The last of our Halloween-centric episodes is here and we aren’t sure if this film is a trick or a treat. What do a porn director, Orson Welles, and the Log Lady from Twin Peaks all have in common? This movie! Josh also declares his choice of best Halloween snack, and much like Skinner’s choice last episode, it probably isn’t something you’d expect.

We’re getting into the Halloween season by talking about horror movies (we’ve never done that before right?)! Actually, we talk more about “Halloweenifying” our names on twitter than we do about the movie we’re discussing next week.

This mini episode was recorded during my visit to Minnesota and as a result, Skinner’s daughter Holly picked the movie that we’ll be talking about in full next week. Listen in on this mini as we predict the movie’s plot just based on its (rather descriptive) title. We also invent a fake Subway restaurant chain and quiz Holly on armadillos.

We recorded this episode together in the same room for the first time ever! The experience was great; we’re just sorry the movie we picked isn’t better. You can literally chart how far our excitement falls from Part 1 of this episode into Part 2. We really thought it was gonna be a good one! Why did they think calling this Robot War was a good idea when there is literally only one robot in the film? Why doesn’t every sci-fi movie have a character named Decker? Why is Kyle such a nothing character? Listen in as we explore this and many other topics in today’s episode.

For this mini episode, we decided to try something different: recording in the same room. For the first time, we recorded an episode in person. Because this is a special occasion, Skinner decided to put our fate in my hands with something he called a Redbox Challenge. Will I pick something good? Will we survive? There’s only one way to know for sure!

We prepare for the end of summer by revealing the last movie in our Summer Scare-a-thon Spooktacular Special Marathon (or WHATEVER we’ve been calling it). If only Dr. Hackenstein was actually about a computer hacker and not a lame retread of Frankenstein (probably! We haven’t watched it yet!).