We wrap up our discussion on Side Out by talking about how cool Zack Barnes is, how the bad guys from this movie are straight out of a video game (for real), and we speculate what happens to these characters after the credits roll. 

We’re kicking off the summer season with a movie that apparently has something to do with beach volleyball (if the cover art and title is to be believed). So far, though, we’ve only gotten a bland white dude, an eccentric white dude, and a not-yet-dead Bernie Lomax. But beach volleyball is certainly coming… probably. 

Part 2 drops Thursday. 

On this mini episode, we tell stories about volleyball, Skinner talks about his brother a lot, and we create a new definition for Urban Dictionary.

This May, we’re letting Patreon supporters pick out films in an event we’re calling Maytreon.

The Diana Clone is as narratively baffling as it is insanely incompetent. Each new scene seemingly erases the intent of the scene preceding it. There are non-sequiturs and “jokes” scattered throughout that clash with the tone they seem to be chasing. With this episode, we go through every last minute of this movie and we still don’t know exactly what was going on. It absolutely must be seen to be believed, and even then, you still won’t believe it.

Big thanks to our Forge Audio pals Rachel (from The Story Song Podcast) and Christy (from Killer Fun) for lending their vocal talents to this episode.

This May, we’re letting Patreon supporters pick out films in an event we’re calling Maytreon.

This week is gonna be special: The Diana Clone (if that’s even what it’s called) is bizarre in lots of ways: a history lesson on the origins of Stockholm Syndrome, a giant whale tail coming out of a building, a very specific time jump, and an actress playing both the main character’s mother and also maybe his love interest. We are in for it. 

Part 2 releases this Thursday.