In this mini episode, we prepare ourselves for a film suggested by listener and comic artiste Felipe Sobreiro (@therealsobreiro on twitter). We haven’t been looking forward to a movie this much since the release of Crow Stab.
In this episode we take a look at Equals, a sci-fi romance suggested by previous guest Beau North. Spoilers: We absolutely nail the predictions this week, so really no need to listen to the second half of the episode. But if you do, you’ll hear our thoughts on the nature of love, what it must be like to feel emotions for the first time, especially in regards to kissing and boners, as well as whether this future understands what werewolves are, and we predict what an Equals sequel might look like.
Beau North, our special guest on last week’s City Island episode, sticks around to reveal the film she chose to fall prey to our prediction powers.
In this episode, we’re joined by author-podcaster Beau North to discuss the 2009 family dramedy City Island. We talk bad Marlon Brando impressions, accents, secret smoking, feederism, and introduce a new term into the Predict-O-Cast lexicon that’s sure to capture the hearts and minds of everyone listening.
Find out more about Beau North (as well as purchase her books) at her website BeauNorthWrites.com. Her podcast Excessively Diverted: Modern Austen On-Screen (with co-host Sammi C) can be found on iTunes. Josh and Skinner were guests on the recent episode covering Scents & Sensibility and it’s a must-listen.
Beau will also be joining us on next week’s mini episode to pick our next movie for us.
In this mini episode, we have two things to reveal: the film we’ll cover next week as well as the name of the special guest who will be joining us!
There’s fewer goofs than normal in this one mostly because (SPOILER ALERT) we really enjoyed this movie! Listen in to find out if, in fact, Deidra and Laney do rob a train (SPOILER ALERT: yep!).
We learned our lesson with Army Dog, so now we’re prepared for a movie to shake off the premise of its title at minute 11. Still, what ELSE could a movie called Deidra and Laney Rob a Train be about?
In this non-prediction Special Report mini episode, we discuss an Easter-themed horror short that manages to accomplish a task in 10 minutes that Bunnyman Massacre couldn’t in 100: be good.
In this special Easter episode, we cover TWO horror movies with bunnies at their centers, just like the delicious prizes inside plastic Easter Eggs. These films certainly didn’t put us in the mood for eating chocolate, though we wouldn’t turn down some greasy breakfast meats or jerky if you had some.
We provide some clues as to the TWO films we’ll be covering on next week’s Easter special. Can YOU solve the riddle?