Each week the WHM gang force themselves to watch bad movies that were better left forgotten to fuel off-the-wall tangents, inane impressions and unabashed comedic silliness. This is a comedy podcast for movie lovers that can't help but relish pure trash.
On our September 2019 Mail Bag, the gang reads letters about people inappropriately laughing at others' misfortunes in public, creepy campus stalkers, people fighting over seats in a Wanted screening, and one poor soul that got threatened by the late, Italian character actor, Frank Vincent!
On this month's Mail Bag, the guys read letters about Jeff Goldblum being a creep, idiot parents taking pictures of their kids watching Toy Story 4, proms with cheap entertainment, and heinous monsters ruining a screening of Midsommar.
On the season 10 premiere, the gang is in-studio with writer, Keanu Reeves historian, and all-around fantastic person, Angelica Jade Bastién chatting about the absolutely ridiculous, mid-90's, sci-fi dud, Species!
On this month's journey into the magic ribbon known as The Nexus, the gang is chatting about two Trek episodes that may, at first, seem totally unrelated, but when you boil it down, they're both pretty dumb!
On this week's episode, the 2019 East Cage Tour comes to an end in beautiful New York City! The gang rounded things out at the Gramercy Theatre by talking about the absolutely ludicrous horror remake, The Wicker Man!
On this week's episode, the 2019 Summer Blockbuster Extravaganza comes to a close—as does WHM season nine—with a conversation on the absolutely bonkers, but fun-bonkers, blockbuster that started it all, The Fast and the Furious!
On this month's dip into the WHM letter sack, the gang is chatting about a threatening landlady, tire fires, Comedy Central's Premium Blend, watching uncomfortable movie sex scenes with parents, and much, much more!
On this dip into the WHM Mail Bag, the guys address super important issues like: how awkward it can be listening to this show without headphones, stealing concessions from the multiplex you work for, and more!
On this week's episode, the 2019 Summer Blockbuster Extravaganza rolls on as the gang welcomes journalist and friend of the show, Jamelle Bouie in-studio to chat about the 1998 big-budget b-movie, Deep Rising!
On this month's journey into that magic ribbon known as The Nexus, the gang is talking about two fairly ridiculous episodes of Trek—but ridiculous for very different reasons!
First on TOS, it's "Operation - Annihilate!," which originally aired April 13th, 1967. The episode has it all: Shatner wearing a stupid—HEY NOW! This episode is for subscribers only! To access the full show, head on over to our Patreon page and sign up today!
On this month's episode, the gang opens up the Mail Bag to read letters from people who unfortunately wore WHM merchandise to a doctor's office, got caught explaining entire films to old people, and watched abhorrent puppet pornography in film school.
On this month's Animation Damnation, the guys are chatting about the better-than-Shrek, Shrek spinoff, Puss in Boots! What's the deal with this magical—WHOOPS! This episode is for subscribers only. For access to the full show, head over to our Patreon and sign up today!
On this entry into the Gleep Glossary, Eric shares the tale of Momaw Nadon, the famous hammer-headed individual in the Mos Eisley Cantina! Is "hammerhead" a slur? What exactly was in this guy's—WHOOPS! This episode is for subscribers only! If you want instant access to the full show, head on over to our Patreon and sign up today!
On this month's Patreon-listener-requested episode, the gang chats about two episodes of Star Trek, one from Deep Space Nine and another from their beloved Next Generation, both of which are incredibly weird in their own ways!
On this entry into the Gleep Glossary, a very special Listener Request Month edition, the guys learn about the gleep, the myth, the always-available legend, Sebulba! Unlike his constantly-free schedule to appear in films, Sebulba was—WHOOPS! This episode is for subscribers only! To access the full show, head on over to our Patreon page and sign up today!
On this month's journey into The Nexus—our 30th trip into the magic Trek ribbon—the gang is chatting about two very different episodes of the beloved franchise. Over on TOS, it's "The Alternative Factor," which originally aired March 30th, 1967. In this episode, we're shown such enticing things like—WHOOPS! This episode is for paid subscribers only! To check out the full episode, head on over to our Patreon page and sign up today! You're currently missing out on hours and hours of unheard WHM material on Trek, Star Wars, additional bonus episodes, sync-able commentaries, and more!
On this month’s exclusive patrons-only episode, the gang is chatting about Michael Bay’s first ever ‘splosion-filled feature, Bad Boys! What’s with Mike Lowrey walking into—WHOOPS! This episode is for subscribers only! If you want access to the whole show—plus dozens of hours of more sweet WHM content—head on over to our Patreon page and sign up!
On this month's WHM Mail Bag, the guys are reading letters from some people who watched awkward nude scenes in the classroom; others who, as NYC tourists almost tripped over a blood puddle; still others who rented "Faces of Death" with their father, and one person who even oversaw a good, old-fashioned Multiplex Shitpocalypse!
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On this week's episode, the gang brings their (Some of) The Worst of 2018 series to a close with a chat about the almost totally incomprehensible Wizarding sequel, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald!
On this week's episode, the gang celebrates Christmas the only way they know how: talking about the absolutely excellent Tim Burton Batman feature! Is Bruce Wayne drinking the blood of criminals? Was Nicholson calling his own cuts here? And remember the time Jack Palance played Dracula? PLUS: The Joker's plastic surgeon was... not prepared.
Batman stars Michael Keaton, Jack Nicholson, Kim Basinger, Robert Wuhl, Pat Hingle, Bill Dee Williams, Michael Gough, and Jack Palance; directed by Tim Burton.