What’s going on all – the Somethings are on vacation, but that doesn’t mean you get to be…
What it does mean is that we are diving into the bin of episodes you’ve never heard and popping out with something cool. The only reason I’m mentioning it is that this episode was recorded quite a bit ago. If you are wondering why we’re not social distancing – there’s your reason.
That said – it is going to drive by you at 1.21ghz – we are talking about the things in movies that are the unsung heroes.. the vehicles the heroes drive. From big muscle cars to tricked out sci-fi contraptions, we are about to talk about cars that get you from place A to place B in style or are so cool the whole movie is about them.
It’s time again for the Somethings to journey into the last of a series and see whether or not it holds up. This time, the boys have headed to the Grove – a place where foreigners show up to a small town and all sorts of strangeness goes on.
When the show ends, there are relationships asunder, big fights between monsters, and – well – really a lot of things one of the Somethings wasn’t too sure about.
So settle in – we hope you lychan this episode…
Also! Don’t go away, as the last episode of Stories To Amaze: D E M starts right after the episode ends!
It’s time to head back into the Somethingverse – the place where the mystical, the magical, the unbelievable, the quasi-believable, and the weird all converge on two know-it-all jackasses in New Jersey.
What is the topic this week? Why, none other than the biggest cryptid in America – the one that is so big he has an agent… how has the legacy of Bigfoot held the test of time on the internet? Is Sasquatchamania still running wild?
The only way to find out is to head out into the woods… put on your headphones, and dip your toe into the Somethingverse.
Well – we now have a record for ‘The Oldest Movie’ that we have ever reviewed in The 5000 Fingers of Dr. T – which is a movie that was put together by noneother than Dr. Seuss… and it shows a couple of things:
With a good name behind it, you can make anything!
There’s a reason Seuss only did cartoon movies in his later years
A weird collection of acid trip fever dreams, pulls from other more famous movies, but a LOT of interesting stage and set design and one amazing song… Dr T is a thing we saw, and you should too.. just to say you did.
So join us and the Aquabats (No, they’re not on the show) as we talk Dr. T and what it all really means.
Every year, when we hit this month, we try and do something special.. we’ve had live shows, we’ve done big mass parties – well this year we have a lot in store for you – a special opener – a live show (which you can make sure you don’t miss the next one by heading to Twitch) – a new episode of DEM, and an episode.. ALL IN ONE!
So what do we talk about? Why the number 7 of course – and the many forms it takes. Our favorite 7’s, shaggy dog stories, Al Pacino, and a whole helluva lot more.
This is also our first official episode branded with our new Podcast Family – ACPN.
Last but not least, after the episode there is a list of thank you’s to so many of the people that have supported us the last few years, been guests, had us as guests, and have been a part of our journey. Thank you to each and every one of you.
So now – once again, for the 7th year – Ok, here we go!
If there is one sect of the movieverse we don’t touch on a lot – it is horror. That’s not because we don’t love horror.. Hatton has spent most of this quarantine binge watching Shudder – so we’re going to do our best to change that a little bit moving forward.
Enter Children of the Corn: Part 1, with an eventual desire to do all of the other parts. Is this classic horror movie worth a cob? We get into that and a whole lot more about things completely unrelated to Children and Corn….
And – after the episode is over, be sure to stick around as CHAPTER 4 of STORIES TO AMAZE starts right after that!
She’s lovely and bright with soft curls… that’s right, she’s a smalllll wonder – and we are looking back to a simpler stranger time: the late 80’s where a sitcom didn’t necessarily have to be funny to get multiple seasons.
So what happens when your every day common American family build their own human looking roboslave? Oh – the shenanigans they have… and by shenanigans, we mean the more we peel this onion, the darker it gets.
A couple of weeks ago, if you’ve been listening to the bumpers for the last two months – you would know we were given a slot on Livestream For The Cure. Four days of podcasts to donate money to The Cancer Research Institute.
During that hour Podcast Rob and Hatton discussed their ‘Hero vs Villain’ team – where each person got to add one monkey wrench…
We thought if you happened to have missed the stream, you shouldn’t miss the fun. So please, settle in and listen to the boys do good – and if you want to do good, you can head over to https://www.cancerresearch.org/ and make a donation.
Thanks to the Epic Film Guys for hosting this amazing event and we look forward to being a part of it again next year.
With the state of things, it didn’t feel right or respectful to post Rob and I talking about our usual pop culture nonsense. Instead, we are taking part in #PodcastBlackout by talking less and listening more.
Joining us this week is stand-up comedian and New Jersey native, Gordon Baker-Bone talking about the murder of George Lloyd, racism past present and future, and what we can do to help today and tomorrow. You can find Gordon on Instagram and Twitter and you most definitely should.