Our first official episode of season 5 is here! This week we’re discussing 1997’s T.N.T., a movie wherein Olivier Gruner gives up his life as a mercenary for Eric Roberts and builds a new life with a fake identity, friends, a girlfriend, and a successful business all in less than a year. But before discussing all that, we spend the first couple minutes talking about the show 18 Wheels of Justice for some reason. We also cannot remember Randy Travis’s daughter’s name to save our lives. We’re back baby!

Our long national nightmare is over: Predict-O-Cast is back for Season 5! On this mini episode, we go over the new format for this season, talk about Eric Roberts and Randy Travis, and play a game with some IMDb keywords.

Our full episode on 1997’s T.N.T drops next Monday! 

While we wait for the start of Predict-O-Cast Season 5, enjoy this bonus episode, previously only available on Patreon.

This week we’re prepping for the long holiday weekend with the wholly unnecessary sequel Weekend At Bernie’s II! How have Richie and Larry learned no lessons from the first film (which took place maybe a week ago)? Also, how much did Terry Kiser get paid to be tossed around? We also think about what could’ve been: Pirate Bernie.

Predict-O-Cast Season 5 begins Monday, July 5.

While we wait for the start of Predict-O-Cast Season 5, enjoy this bonus episode, previously only available on Patreon.

We’re talking Don “The Dragon” Wilson’s Bloodfist, a movie that seems like a copy of other JCVD fighting tournament movies, but in fact has some tricks up its sleeve. Along the way, we talk about hats, the dumb-as-dirt character Baby, and how mangoes are neat.

Predict-O-Cast Season 5 begins Monday, July 5.

We’re spending one more day in Eerie, Indiana, in order to bring you this audio commentary for the pilot episode, “Foreverware.” Join us as we talk about how young the cast looks, how messy the Teller house is, and how Syndi has more than one scene! Also, who’s profiting off Foreverware? Plus, did that mailman have a gun? 

Thanks for joining us for this weird detour but it’s time to get back to normal.

Predict-O-Cast Season 5 begins Monday, July 5. 

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

We’ve reached the end of our trip to Eerie, Indiana with the de facto series finale, the extremely meta “Reality Takes A Holiday.” This one is a bit of a letdown (just because it’s the end) but we still have some fun. We puzzle over why Dash X so badly wants to murder Marshall, develop a new game involving Deloreans, and find a new life goal for Josh.

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

The show is on a roll with another great episode: Zombies in P.J.’s! Bob Balaban is back as director for a story that has a lot on its mind, from consumerism to taxes to our former president, even if it’s not clear where they fall on these issues. It’s a solid episode and it’s a bummer the show is almost over. 

Next time: we leave Eerie, Indiana.

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

This time we’re joining a secret society and talking one of the best Eerie episodes “The Loyal Order of the Corn.” There’s a lot to love in this one, from finally getting Dash X’s name to getting a helluva monologue from guest star Ray Walston. Also, Simon goes through the same trauma as his younger brother and Marilyn takes on the patriarchy in Eerie.

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

Today, we get one of the wackiest episodes of Eerie thus far, with body swaps, The Knack, and Simon demanding a cigarette and hot wiring a car. We also discuss Dash X’s history with the Terminator franchise and talk DragonBall Z for some reason.

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Today we’re talking the overall pretty excellent episode “Mr. Cheney.” We’ve got three solid performances from John Astin, Gregory Itzin, and guest Stephen Root, plus some decent werewolf makeup. We also discuss John Cena helping out Make-A-Wish and the best places to sit around a campfire. This episode is brought to you by Big Chunky Beverage.