It's time for one of our favorite things, watching a sequel to a movie even though we never watched the first one. Although in fairness, this movie has nothing to do with the first one anyway.
This movie serves as a warning about why you should never take a child's puzzle-based erotica and threaten to burn it.
Canada serves us up this tale of hole monsters and wildly inappropriate expressions of puberty in ways only the 1980's could provide.
We let the Horrorshow Hot Dog gents have a taste of that sweet, sweet Slaughterhouse Princess lifestyle and let them record our episode celebrating Take Your Ghost to Work Day, while we take a stab at their format. So check us out over on their site and see why we only do one movie a week.
We learned something this week, sometimes it takes time to wrap your head around something, to really appreciate it, and to take in the nuance of a work. And sometimes you ignore those facts and record a podcast 10 minutes later anyway.
Something possessed Brett to skip this week, so it was just the two of us. Don't worry, we decided we could make it if we tried. Also Skype sucks.
Nothing says Happy Holidays like corpse slaves that are shorter than when they were alive because of gravity. God bless us, everyone.
We venture into Tromaville this week, and some of us wished we hadn't. One thing we could all agree on, it was the best musical we have done on this podcast.
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