Previously available only on Patreon, Center of Weirdness: An Eerie, Indiana Podcast is now free for all! New episodes drop every Monday and Thursday.

In today’s installment, Josh and Skinner get an episode tailor-made for them because it’s all about talking dogs. There’s also tooth trauma and murdered kids and the boys realize how much of a small baby Simon really is. 

Previously available only on Patreon, Center of Weirdness: An Eerie, Indiana Podcast is now free for all! New episodes drop every Monday and Thursday.

On the first episode, Josh and Skinner move into the town of Eerie and discuss their memories of the show, why this seemed like the perfect program to recap, and discuss the series premiere “Forever Ware.”

For the first part of 2021, Predict-O-Cast is taking a break from releasing new episodes. While we’re away, we’re releasing episodes previously available only on Patreon. We’ll be back with new episodes sometime in 2021. We promise. 

This week, we’re answering the call and talking about Phone Booth! This is a looser episode than usual because there’s not a ton of story here which is all for the better. Lots of early-2000s culture on display in this one. And maybe the origins of Jigsaw?

For the first part of 2021, Predict-O-Cast is taking a break from releasing new episodes. While we’re away, we’re releasing episodes previously available only on Patreon. We’ll be back with new episodes sometime in 2021. We promise. 

This week, we’re talking 1991’s Stone Cold. It’s weird to be talking about this one after everything that’s happened over the last year, from bad cops and white supremacists to capitol sieges. We still have some fun here but it’s a little heavy up front, fair warning.

For the first part of 2021, Predict-O-Cast is taking a break from releasing new episodes. While we’re away, we’re releasing episodes previously available only on Patreon. We’ll be back with new episodes sometime in 2021. We promise. 

This week, we’re flashing back to one of our most baffling theme months in Rue McClanahan March and talking Mother of the Bride! This is the wackiest film of the trilogy so far, with Motorcycle Dad, Drunk Scheming Dad, and a skeletal wedding planner. Plus, strippers!

For the first part of 2021, Predict-O-Cast is taking a break from releasing new episodes. While we’re away, we’re releasing episodes previously available only on Patreon. We’ll be back with new episodes sometime in 2021. We promise. 

This week, we’re blasting off with our Feb 28, 2020, episode on The Rocketeer! This movie’s got it all: a cool rocket pack (and awesome helmet), a deliciously devilish turn from Timothy Dalton, and a ridiculously silent zeppelin. This was a fun one to revisit.

For the first part of 2021, Predict-O-Cast is taking a break from releasing new episodes. While we’re away, we’re releasing episodes previously available only on Patreon. We’ll be back with new episodes sometime in 2021. We promise. 

This week, we’re proud to revisit our Jan 23, 2020, episode on the friendship-and-Tae Kwon Do-masterpiece Miami Connection! This movie’s got loads of charm, some kick ass martial arts, and a guy who likes putting his feet on his friends’ faces! It’s everything you want.

For the first part of 2021, Predict-O-Cast is taking a break from releasing new episodes. While we’re away, we’re releasing episodes previously available only on Patreon. We’ll be back with new episodes sometime in 2021. We promise. 

This week, we’re releasing our December 2019 episode on Karate Dog! This movie delivers on its title and then some, including a sore-ridden Southern-twang spouting Jon Voight, talking super computers, and an end credit song by a country music superstar. 

For the first part of 2021, Predict-O-Cast is taking a break from releasing new episodes. While we’re away, we’re releasing episodes previously available only on Patreon. We’ll be back with new episodes sometime in 2021. We promise. 

Originally released September 26, 2019, our episode on Blue Demon is full of discussions on the issue of scientists messing with sharks to make them more deadly and why exactly the military would want to use sharks in their operations. Also: Jesus Christ! 

We’re back — sort of! As a special Valentine’s Day treat (and to test out a tweak to our format) we’re releasing a brand-new episode on 1987’s supernatural romantic comedy My Demon Lover! This is a wild movie that doesn’t quite know what it’s trying to do, but is fun all the same in the way only slightly problematic 80s comedies could be!

The hiatus isn’t officially over but we’re going to drop more experiments like this into the feed so stay tuned!