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July 1, 2020
This week we leave the traditional Alien Franchise, but return to the sweet and confident embrace of Ridley Scott for an art film with a bonkers ending.
June 29, 2020
Every week on The Twilight Zone Zone,we go down Donald Liebenson’s list The 26 Episodes We Talk About When We Talk About The Twilight Zone from Vanity Fair, chronologically by release date and compare two episodes and choose which one to recommend. This week we watched “The Obsolete Man” and “A Game of Pool”
June 25, 2020
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we watch Ed O'Neill fight Rick Moranis and we all learn a little something about....well, I could have sworn I learned something....We saw Little Giants, do you think nicknaming a preteen girl "Ice Box" could lead to neurosis?  If you have not yet, check out the Patreon! We have old episodes and special episodes that are exclusive! Check in to hear us talk about the Alien franchise! In the meantime, please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere?  Facebook? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here (including other movies with kids playing sports like Rookie of the Year (1993) and The Mighty Ducks (1992)) How will Little Giants hold up when we put it on trial? Host: Nic Panel: Daniel, Lauren and Matthew
June 22, 2020
Every week on The Twilight Zone Zone,we go down Donald Liebenson’s list The 26 Episodes We Talk About When We Talk About The Twilight Zone from Vanity Fair, chronologically by release date and compare two episodes and choose which one to recommend. This week we watched "The Long Distance Call” and “Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up?” “Long Distance Call” You can explore the vast reaches of The Twilight Zone and not find an episode as profoundly messed up as this one. On her deathbed, a five-year-old boy’s grandmother bemoans how lonely she will be “far away,” and wishes aloud that her beloved Billy could go with her. Worst. Grandma. Ever. “Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up?” Take mysterious footprints leading away from a pond where an unidentified flying object has crashed, a snowbound diner, and six (or was that seven?) stranded bus passengers, and you’ve got yourself a “regular Ray Bradbury.” Which one of them is the monster from outer space? This entertaining episode plays like a supernatural William Saroyan play (complete with a colorful coot portrayed by Jack Elam), with one of the series’s most famous reveals. There are many paths in life, but which one will you travel down in the Twilight Zone, Zone… Host: Nic Hoffmann Panel: Matt and Daniel
June 15, 2020
Every week on The Twilight Zone Zone,we go down Donald Liebenson’s list The 26 Episodes We Talk About When We Talk About The Twilight Zone from Vanity Fair, chronologically by release date and compare two episodes and choose which one to recommend. This week we watched "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet" and "The Living Doll." We are always joined this week by guest Ben Worcester (co-host of the Hooked on TJ Hooker Podcast, check it out for more William Shatner talk!)  “Nightmare at 20,000 Feet” The Twilight Zone knows what scares you—like flying, or the desperation you might feel when when you’re the only one who knows of an impending disaster, but no one believes you. One of the series’s most famous episodes mostly gets its rep from the before-he-was-Kirk casting of William Shatner, as a man just released from a mental hospital who tries to—wait for it—klingon to his sanity when he spies outside his window seat a monster tearing at the airborne airplane’s wing. The costumed boogeyman hasn’t aged well, but Shatner is first class. “Living Doll” June Foray, the voice of Rocket J. Squirrel and Natasha Fatale on The Bullwinkle Show, was the also the original voice of Chatty Cathy, the iconic pull-string talking doll released by Mattel in 1959. Chatty Cathy said sweet things like, “Let’s play house.” But Talky Tina, also voiced by Foray, says things like, “My name is Talky Tina, and I’m going to kill you.” This she says to Telly Savalas, a grumpy new stepdad who resents his stepdaughter’s new doll. Like Tina warns, he’ll be sorry. In the meantime, please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere?  Facebook? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here (including other TV Shows). There are many paths in life, but which one will you travel down in the Twilight Zone, Zone… Host: Nic Hoffmann Panel: Ben Worcester
June 11, 2020
This week on Myopia Movies, we watch the classic film about shrinkage, Honey, I Shrunk the Kids! I cannot wait for Rick Moranis to return to acting!  If you have not yet, check out the Patreon! We have old episodes and special episodes that are exclusive! Check in to hear us talk about the Alien franchise! In the meantime, please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere?  Facebook? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here (including other movies with crappy robots and weird racism like Wild Wild West!) How will Honey, I Shrunk the Kids hold up when we put it on trial? Host: Nic Panel: Daniel, Lauren and Matthew
June 8, 2020
Every week on The Twilight Zone Zone,we go down Donald Liebenson’s list The 26 Episodes We Talk About When We Talk About The Twilight Zone from Vanity Fair, chronologically by release date and compare two episodes and choose which one to recommend. This week we watched "Eye of the Beholder" and "Twenty Two." “Eye of the Beholder” A desperate woman, her face encased in bandages, is awaiting the outcome of her 11th operation to make her look “normal.” “I want to be like everybody,” she pleads. In a state where “ugliness” is a crime, she faces segregation to a ghetto with other unfortunates like herself. Douglas Heyes’s artful misdirection keeps the quintessential Zone reveal under wraps. “Twenty Two” This episode offered a plum role to Barbara Nichols, often cast in films as brassy comic relief (as in Where the Boys Are). Here, she plays a stripper (excuse me; professional dancer) hospitalized for a nervous breakdown. She is haunted by a recurring dream—or is it?—that brings her to the door of room 22, the hospital morgue, where a nurse greets her by saying, “Room for one more, honey.” In the meantime, please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere?  Facebook? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here (including other TV Shows). There are many paths in life, but which one will you travel down in the Twilight Zone, Zone… Host: Nic Hoffmann Panel: Daniel and Jeremy
June 1, 2020
Every week on The Twilight Zone Zone,we go down Donald Liebenson's list The 26 Episodes We Talk About When We Talk About The Twilight Zone from Vanity Fair, chronologically by release date and compare two episodes and choose which one to recommend. This week we watched “A World of His Own” and “The Howling Man.” From the Article: “A Nice Place to Visit” The Twilight Zone also delighted in dicking around characters in need of retribution. Another case in point: Rocky Valentine, a petty criminal shot to death. A jovial guide (Sebastian Cabot) in the afterlife tends to his every desire, giving him a swinging pad, sure-thing bank robberies, and beautiful dolls on demand. Sounds like heaven, right? This was the first episode to employ a classic Twilight Zone trope, in which the come-upper gets the last maniacal laugh at the eternal expense of the come-upped. (See also on this list: “The Grave” and “Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up?”) “The Howling Man” You’re lost in a torrential storm. You seek refuge in a foreboding castle. Inside are members of some kind of fanatical religious cult that is keeping a man imprisoned. The cult leader insists the man is actually the devil himself. Who are you going to believe: the desperate man pleading to be set free, or a staff-carrying John Carradine? In the meantime, please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere?  Facebook? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here (including other TV Shows). There are many paths in life, but which one will you travel down in the Twilight Zone, Zone... Host: Nic Hoffmann Panel: Daniel, Jon and Matthew Quinn
May 28, 2020
This week on Myopia Movies, we look back and we see how Michael Bay made his millions and why Matt wanted to remake this lost episode, we watched Transformers, who knew you could sexualize teens this much and still be considered a blockbuster.  Last week we released an episode preview for Casino Royale (1967), sign up for the Patreon for the full episode! Join us, for all the back catalog, special episodes, and monthly newsletter! There will even be an additional full movie episode this month, as we slip into more recent Alien movies, starting with Prometheus next month! In the meantime, please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere?  Facebook? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here (including other movies with crappy robots and weird racism like Wild Wild West!) How will Transformers hold up when we put it on trial? Host: Nic Panel: Daniel and Matthew
May 21, 2020
Why hello there! This is a peak behind the Patreon paywall! Today, if you were a Patreon member (even at the $1 level, you would get a full episode on 1967's Casino Royale, the Bond spoof no one wanted, even some of the actors. Peter Sellers (who left midway through production), David Niven, Orson Welles (who insists on doing magic on film, which then loses the point, since it is on film), Woody Allen, Deborah Kerr, William Holden, and John Huston (who is one of the five directors). Even costarring former Bond actors including Ursula Andres.  Sign up for the Patreon for the full episode of 1967’s Casino Royale for the Patreon only! Join us, for all the back catalog, special episodes, and monthly newsletter! There will even be an additional full movie episode this month, as we slip into more recent Alien movies, starting with Prometheus.  Host: Jon Panel: Nic
May 19, 2020
Every week on The Twilight Zone Zone,we go down Donald Liebenson's list The 26 Episodes We Talk About When We Talk About The Twilight Zone from Vanity Fair, chronologically by release date and compare two episodes and choose which one to recommend. This week we watched “A Nice Place to Visit” and “The After Hours.” This week, there is going to be a Patreon bonus! Regular Jon called in for a special Mission Briefing episode! Sign up for the Patreon for 1967's Casino Royale for the Patreon only! Join us, for all the back catalog, special episodes, and monthly newsletter! There will even be an additional full movie episode this month!  “A Nice Place to Visit” The Twilight Zone also delighted in dicking around characters in need of retribution. Another case in point: Rocky Valentine, a petty criminal shot to death. A jovial guide (Sebastian Cabot) in the afterlife tends to his every desire, giving him a swinging pad, sure-thing bank robberies, and beautiful dolls on demand. Sounds like heaven, right? This was the first episode to employ a classic Twilight Zone trope, in which the come-upper gets the last maniacal laugh at the eternal expense of the come-upped. (See also on this list: “The Grave” and “Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up?”) “The After Hours” A.k.a. the “Marsha episode.” Anne Francis stars as a department-store shopper who gets some very off-putting service by a strange clerk when she purchases a thimble on the otherwise-completely empty ninth floor. Her eerie odyssey begins when she complains to management, only to be told that the store has no ninth floor. Locked in overnight, she will come face to face with her reality. In the meantime, please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere?  Facebook? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here (including other TV Shows). There are many paths in life, but which one will you travel down in the Twilight Zone, Zone... Host: Nic Hoffmann Panel: Daniel and Matthew Quinn
May 15, 2020
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we try to get a man's bike back. We watched Pee-wee's Big Adventure, some say Pee-wee's bike is still out there...wait, Tim Burton directed what? Hey there beautiful, our Patreon is now live. For the past five and a half years, we have offered content, which has not only improved, but trained me in comedy and gathered lots of fans, thousands of downloads, and tens of thousands of streams. As a way to reward those who want more content and keep this show viable, we are offering a Patreon with extra episodes, exclusive content and much more. In the mean time, some old stuff is going behind the paywall while we gather funds for an editor to fix them and 100 hours of exclusive content and a building archive of never before heard stuff. In the meantime, please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere?  Facebook? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here (including other children's show come movie Follow that Bird!) How will Pee-wee's Big Adventure stand when we put it on trial? Host: Nic Panel: Matthew, Daniel, and Adam
May 11, 2020
Every week on The Twilight Zone Zone,we go down Donald Liebenson's list The 26 Episodes We Talk About When We Talk About The Twilight Zone from Vanity Fair, chronologically by release date and compare two episodes and choose which one to recommend. This week we watched “The Hitch-Hiker” and “The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street.” By the way, some of you may be wondering, where the episode was last week? Well, last week we released a full episode on Alien Resurrection for the Patreon only! Join us, for all the back catalogue, special episodes, and monthly newsletter! There will even be an additional full movie episode this month!   From the Article: “The Hitch-Hiker” One of The Twilight Zone’s most insinuating nightmares. There are a couple of effective jump starts, but for the most part, this is a slow dread of an episode. Inger Stevens stars as 27-year-old Nan Adams, driving cross-country. Emerging unscathed from a blown-out tire (“By rights . . . somebody should have called for a hearse,” a mechanic tells her), she is haunted by a seemingly omnipresent hitchhiker. You can probably guess where this one’s heading, but like the “shabby, silly-looking scarecrow man” himself, this episode is hard to shake. “The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street" “We are in a time where we fear the other,” Jordan Peele told his audience following the premiere screening of Us at South by Southwest. “Maybe the monster that we’re looking at has our face.” This was a recurring theme on The Twilight Zone—and it reached its bleakest apotheosis in this first-season nightmare, in which an idyllic suburban street runs riot from a creeping paranoia that pits neighbor against neighbor. “For the record,” Serling intones at the episode’s end, “prejudices can kill and suspicion can destroy . . . and the pity of it is that these things cannot be confined to the ‘Twilight Zone.’” It’s like Serling was looking right into our souls. In the meantime, please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere?  Facebook? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here (including other TV Shows). There are many paths in life, but which one will you travel down in the Twilight Zone, Zone... Host: Nic Hoffmann Panel: Daniel and Matthew Quinn
May 4, 2020
Well, you know how at first, the party is novel? The second time its different, but great? Well, this is day four and you don't know if it is the same century or not. Welcome to Alien Resurrection, a hangover of a movie.  Host: Nic Panel: Daniel, Matt and Adam
April 27, 2020
Every week on The Twilight Zone Zone,we go down Donald Liebenson's list The 26 Episodes We Talk About When We Talk About The Twilight Zone from Vanity Fair, chronologically by release date and compare two episodes and choose which one to recommend. This week we watched “One for the Angels” and "Walking Distance." From the article:  “Time Enough at Last” Burgess Meredith gives a tour-de-force performance as a milquetoast bespectacled bookworm married to a shrew (again with the shrews!) who denies him his precious reading time. An atomic explosion leaves him the last man on Earth, with all the time in the world. He joyously finds his lifesaving Eden—but The Twilight Zone wasn’t big on happy endings. Along with the episode “Night Call,” this is possibly the series’s cruelest half-hour. “Third from the Sun” On “the eve of the end,” with a nuclear holocaust a mere 48 hours away, two scientists and their families plan to escape on an experimental spaceship. Their getaway, under the suspicious and watchful eye of their superior, is the meat of this tense episode—but strap yourself in for the reveal, one of the series’s best. Our Patreon is now live. For the past five and a half years, we have offered content, which has not only improved, but trained me in comedy and gathered lots of fans, thousands of downloads, and tens of thousands of streams. As a way to reward those who want more content and keep this show viable, we are offering a Patreon with extra episodes, exclusive content and much more. In the mean time, some old stuff is going behind the paywall while we gather funds for an editor to fix them and 100 hours of exclusive content and a building archive of never before heard stuff. In the meantime, please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere?  Facebook? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here (including other TV Shows). There are many paths in life, but which one will you travel down in the Twilight Zone, Zone... Host: Nic Hoffmann Panel: Daniel and Matthew Quinn
April 23, 2020
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we watch the l'ilest Rain Man. We saw The Wizard, so like the Power Glove was a complete waste of everyone's time, right? Hey there beautiful, our Patreon is now live. For the past five and a half years, we have offered content, which has not only improved, but trained me in comedy and gathered lots of fans, thousands of downloads, and tens of thousands of streams. As a way to reward those who want more content and keep this show viable, we are offering a Patreon with extra episodes, exclusive content and much more. In the mean time, some old stuff is going behind the paywall while we gather funds for an editor to fix them and 100 hours of exclusive content and a building archive of never before heard stuff. In the meantime, please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere?  Facebook? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here (including other bad video game movies). How will The Wizard stand when we put it on trial? Host: Nic HoffmannPanel: Daniel, Evan, and Matthew
April 20, 2020
Every week on The Twilight Zone Zone, we go down Donald Liebenson's list The 26 Episodes We Talk About When We Talk About The Twilight Zone from Vanity Fair, chronologically by release date and compare two episodes and choose which one to recommend. This week we watched “One for the Angels” and "Walking Distance." From the article:  “One for the Angels”Throughout the series, Serling and company displayed great compassion for society’s seemingly commonplace and unimportant denizens. Case in point: Sidewalk pitchman Lou Bookman (a perfectly cast Ed Wynn), who outwits Death to earn a stay on Earth—but at what price? The Twilight Zone could make you scream, but there are several episodes, like this one, that can also make you cry. “Walking Distance”Gig Young stars as Martin Sloan, age 36, an ad man “living in a dead run,” who finds himself back in his hometown during the summer when he was 11 years old. This is the best of Serling’s midlife-crisis reveries—certainly more optimistic than the downbeat “A Stop at Willoughby.” Between Serling’s poetic closing narration and Bernard Herrmann’s moving score, if you cried at the end of Field of Dreams, this episode will wreck you. our Patreon is now live. For the past five and a half years, we have offered content, which has not only improved, but trained me in comedy and gathered lots of fans, thousands of downloads, and tens of thousands of streams. As a way to reward those who want more content and keep this show viable, we are offering a Patreon with extra episodes, exclusive content and much more. In the mean time, some old stuff is going behind the paywall while we gather funds for an editor to fix them and 100 hours of exclusive content and a building archive of never before heard stuff. In the meantime, please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere?  Facebook? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here (including other TV Shows). There are many paths in life, but which one will you travel down in the Twilight Zone, Zone... Host: Nic Hoffmann Panel: Daniel and Matthew Quinn
April 18, 2020
Dear Friends and well wishers! Did you know there a pandemic on? Well, the boys here sure caught on! They invited former (and future) guest Candace to shoot the breeze and provide an update for the show, thank the Patrons, and explain a new and upcoming show, The Twilight Zone Zone! Host: Nic Hoffmann Panel: Daniel, Matthew and Candace.
April 10, 2020
Dear All!  Welcome from the Bunker! We are social distancing and have burned through all of the back catalog of our favorite shows and realized we were late here! Don't worry though, we are planning fun new stuff to share with you and keeping it afloat! Stay safe and healthy! This month on the Patreon's only feed, we attempt to breathe fresh life into the franchise by going in a new direction and go too far! It's Aliens 3, turns out the Heaven's Gate Cult made it to space!  Host: Nic Panel: Steve, Matt, and Daniel
April 9, 2020
This week on Myopia Podcast, we are doing the movie you have wanted us to cover for years now and I've got a bad feeling about this. We watched the Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, and meesa thinks this may be the best prequel. That being said, our Patreon is now live. For the past five and a half years, we have offered content, which has not only improved, but trained me in comedy and gathered lots of fans, thousands of downloads, and tens of thousands of streams. As a way to reward those who want more content and keep this show viable, we are offering a Patreon with extra episodes, exclusive content and much more. In the mean time, some old stuff is going behind the paywall while we gather funds for an editor to fix them and 100 hours of exclusive content and a building archive of never before heard stuff. In the meantime, please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere?  Facebook? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here (including other Star Wars Prequel Revenge of the Sith). How will Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace stand when we put it on trial? Host: Nic HoffmannPanel: Daniel and Matthew
March 26, 2020
This week on Myopia Podcast, we are going stir crazy with you as we watched Leprechaun IV: In Space for St Patrick's Day! Wait, it was how long ago? Eeesh, what have I been doing.... This is a followup to another Cineprov show as well! That being said, our Patreon is now live. For the past five and a half years, we have offered content, which has not only improved, but trained me in comedy and gathered lots of fans, thousands of downloads, and tens of thousands of streams. As a way to reward those who want more content and keep this show viable, we are offering a Patreon with extra episodes, exclusive content and much more. In the mean time, some old stuff is going behind the paywall while we gather funds for an editor to fix them and 100 hours of exclusive content and a building archive of never before heard stuff. In the meantime, please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere?  Facebook? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! How will Leprechaun IV: In Space! stand when we put it on trial? Host: Nic Hoffmann Panel: Daniel and Matthew
March 14, 2020
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we leave the zero and get with the hero! We watched Cool As Ice, Robert Matthew Van Winkle foray into acting! Or Rebel without an Actor. That being said, our Patreon is now live. For the past five and a half years, we have offered content, which has not only improved, but trained me in comedy and gathered lots of fans, thousands of downloads, and tens of thousands of streams. As a way to reward those who want more content and keep this show viable, we are offering a Patreon with extra episodes, exclusive content and much more. In the mean time, some old stuff is going behind the paywall while we gather funds for an editor to fix them and 100 hours of exclusive content and a building archive of never before heard stuff.  In the meantime, please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere?  Facebook? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Host: Nic Hoffmann Panel: Daniel and Matthew
March 6, 2020
This month's exclusive Patreon episode is actually a pretty damn good movie. We watched bad-ass ladies and one child in Aliens!  An action movie brought to you by Jim Cameron nonsense.  Panel: Nic and Daniel
February 27, 2020
This week on Myopia:Defend Your Childhood, we watch the Jackie Chan movie that you have been dying for, the one where Chris Tucker yells for about two hours. Here we go! Do you understand the words coming out of his mouth? That being said, our Patreon is now live. For the past five and a half years, we have offered content, which has not only improved, but trained me in comedy and gathered lots of fans, thousands of downloads, and tens of thousands of streams. As a way to reward those who want more content and keep this show viable, we are offering a Patreon with extra episodes, exclusive content and much more. In the mean time, some old stuff is going behind the paywall while we gather funds for an editor to fix them and 100 hours of exclusive content and a building archive of never before heard stuff.  In the meantime, please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook?  Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here!
February 13, 2020
This week is a big week on Myopia! We open our Patreon with exclusive content! (Appeal in a minute) To attempt to capitalize on that, we will be covering Alien vs Predator (AVP) this week to coincide with our Patreon exclusive episode on Alien, the start of a movie series wherein we will cover the entire series, like we did with Bond movies.  That being said, our Patreon is now live. For the past five and a half years, we have offered content, which has not only improved, but trained me in comedy and gathered lots of fans. As a way to reward those who want more content and keep this show viable, we are offering a Patreon with extra episodes, exclusive content and much more. In the mean time, some old stuff is going behind the paywall while we gather funds for an editor to fix them, to join more than 100 hours of exclusive content and a building archive of never before heard stuff.  In the meantime, please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook?  Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! How will Goonies stand when we put it on trial? Host: Nic HoffmannPanel: Daniel, Matthew
February 7, 2020
Myopia: Defend Your Childhood starts up with this series. After almost six seasons of avoiding them, we will do episodes on each on each of the Alien movies, starting strong and ending with Covenant, which I have yet to bother to watch.   We start with the space horror, Jaws rip-off, Alien! Enjoy this incredible cast and subtle score as we watch this amazing film.
January 30, 2020
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we follow up the fantastic last episodes two Coreys movie with a one Corey movie! Goonies, the movie everyone is uncomfortable with us covering.  If you want to support us, we are joining with Geekly Oddcast and Here Be Tygers for a Patreon! We will start to have exclusive content there!  Releasing tomorrow! We will be live streaming there again soon and releasing a Patreon exclusive! Thanks to everyone who came out to Cineprov to watch us mock Keifer Sutherland in this movie. On February 6th we will be riffing the Vanilla Ice movie Cool As Ice! Join us! Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook?  Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! How will Goonies stand when we put it on trial? Host: Nic Hoffmann Panel: Daniel, Matthew
January 16, 2020
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we follow up the fantastic Cineprov riff with the homoerotic Joel Schumacher music video that is The Lost Boys! Remember when vampire movies were less terrible? If you want to support us, we are joining with Geekly Oddcast and Here Be Tygers for a Patreon! We will start to have exclusive content there! We will be live streaming there again soon and releasing a Patreon exclusive! Thanks to everyone who came out to Cineprov to watch us mock Keifer Sutherland in this movie. On February 6th we will be riffing the Vanilla Ice movie Cool As Ice! Join us! Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook?  Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! How will The Lost Boys stand when we put it on trial? Host: Nic HoffmannPanel: Daniel, Matthew
December 31, 2019
Happy Holidays! This week on Myopia Defend Your Childhood, finish a Disney month, thanks to Disney+! We finish our traumatic Disney Movies month with The Black Cauldron! A montage of exposition! If you want to support us, we are joining with Geekly Oddcast and Here Be Tygers for a Patreon! We will start to have exclusive content there! Did you hear us live stream this episode? No? Thanks, you are not a Patron! We will start having further exclusive episodes there at the end of January! Thanks to everyone who came out to Cineprov to us ruining childhood memories on December 5th! Starting in 2020, we will do a year of real movies. Starting with January 1/2 and Lost Boys! Watch me mock Keifer Sutherland! Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook?  Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! How will The Black Cauldron stand when we put it on trial? Host: Nic Hoffmann Panel: Daniel, Matthew
December 25, 2019
Merry Christmas and Happy Chanukah from Myopia: Defend Your Childhood! This week, we learn the true meaning of the holidays, that they move too quick to learn any sort of message! We watched Mickey's Christmas Carol, the third version of a Christmas Carol we have covered! (Scrooged! and Muppet Christmas Carol)  If you want to support us, we are joining with Geekly Oddcast and Here Be Tygers for a Patreon! We will start to have exclusive content there! Further, if you are reading this the day it comes out, 12/13, sign up for the Patreon and we will be live streaming Myopia as we watch our next film! Thanks, Disney+ Thanks to everyone who came out to Cineprov to us ruining childhood memories on December 5th! Starting in 2020, we will do a year of real movies. Starting with January and Lost Boys Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! How will Mickey's Christmas Carol stand when we put it on trial? Host: Nic HoffmannPanel: Daniel, Matthew
December 13, 2019
Happy Holidays! This week on Myopia Defend Your Childhood, we start our traumatic Disney Movies month with Bambi! A boring film about parent death, which as I say it is most of Disney's films. If you want to support us, we are joining with Geekly Oddcast and Here Be Tygers for a Patreon! We will start to have exclusive content there! Further, if you are reading this the day it comes out, 12/13, sign up for the patreon and we will be live streaming Myopia as we watch our next film! Thanks to everyone who came out to Cineprov to us ruining childhood memories on December 5th! Starting in 2020, we will do a year of real movies. Starting with January and Lost Boys Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook?  Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! How will Bambi stand when we put it on trial? Host: Nic Hoffmann Panel: Daniel, Matthew
November 28, 2019
Happy Thanksgiving! Please enjoy our confusing voices on the way to your awkward family dinner. This week on Myopia Defend Your Childhood, we see Harrison Ford stop the Troubles. We watched Patriot Games, Sean Bean is in this one, so I guess his fate is not spoiler territory. Thanks to everyone who came out to Cineprov to watch Snowbeast! In December we will be ruining childhood memories on December 5th, see you there! If you want to support us, we are joining with Geekly Oddcast and Here Be Tygers for a Patreon! We will start to have exclusive content there! Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook?  Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! How will Patriot Games stand when we put it on trial? Host: Nic HoffmannPanel: Daniel, Matthew
November 14, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, it was the one-armed man! We watched The Fugitive and Harrison Ford is totally going to jail! Thanks to everyone who came out to Cineprov to watch Snowbeast! In December we have two shows! See Christmas Evil on December 5th and we will be ruining childhood memories on December 19th! Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook?  Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! How will The Fugitive stand when we put it on trial? Host: Nic Hoffmann Panel: Daniel, Matthew
October 31, 2019
Happy Halloween! This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we have such wonderful sights to show you! We watched Hellraiser, the one you made us watch on a poll...thanks..... The Action Star poll is in full effect ends today! We have already run 55 rounds! Keep checking the Twitter, where we put up polls constantly! You will help us choose a December theme soon! Want to see me live? Thanks to you all who showed up on October 3rd, to see us riffing Terminator with Cineprov! Come out on November 7th to see Snowbeast! Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook?  Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! How will Hellraiser stand when we put it on trial? Host: Nic HoffmannPanel: Daniel, Matthew, and Steve
October 31, 2019
Happy Halloween! This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we have such wonderful sights to show you! We watched Hellraiser, the one you made us watch on a poll...thanks..... The Action Star poll is in full effect ends today! We have already run 55 rounds! Keep checking the Twitter, where we put up polls constantly! You will help us choose a December theme soon! Want to see me live? Thanks to you all who showed up on October 3rd, to see us riffing Terminator with Cineprov! Come out on November 7th to see Snowbeast! Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook?  Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! How will Hellraiser stand when we put it on trial? Host: Nic HoffmannPanel: Daniel, Matthew, and Steve
October 17, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we see the wet fart that started an iconic franchise, we watched Friday the 13th, the movie where nothing happens. The Action Star poll is in full effect! We have already run 22 rounds! Keep checking the Twitter feed where we will put up each poll for two days (check the end of the string for the most up to date poll) and the Facebook group if you want to see the pictures! You have also helped us pick the final movie of the month, Hellraiser! Help us all... Want to see me live? Thanks to you all who showed up on October 3rd, to see us riffing Terminator with Cineprov! Come out on November 7th to see Snowbeast! Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook?  Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Friday the 13th stand when we put it on trial? Host: Nic HoffmannPanel: Daniel, Matthew, and Steve
October 17, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we see the wet fart that started an iconic franchise, we watched Friday the 13th, the movie where nothing happens. The Action Star poll is in full effect! We have already run 22 rounds! Keep checking the Twitter feed where we will put up each poll for two days (check the end of the string for the most up to date poll) and the Facebook group if you want to see the pictures! You have also helped us pick the final movie of the month, Hellraiser! Help us all... Want to see me live? Thanks to you all who showed up on October 3rd, to see us riffing Terminator with Cineprov! Come out on November 7th to see Snowbeast! Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook?  Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Friday the 13th stand when we put it on trial? Host: Nic HoffmannPanel: Daniel, Matthew, and Steve
October 9, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we lean into our insomnia as we watched the classic, A Nightmare on Elm Street! A tale of creepy janitors and feeling dozy. The Action Star poll is in full effect! We have already run 22 rounds! Keep checking the Twitter feed where we will put up each poll for two days (check the end of the string for the most up to date poll) and the Facebook group if you want to see the pictures! You have also helped us pick the final movie of the month, Hellraiser! Help us all... Want to see me live? Thanks to you all who showed up on October 3rd, to see us riffing Terminator with Cineprov! Come out on November 7th to see Snowbeast! Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook?  Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will A Nightmare on Elm Street stand when we put it on trial? Host: Nic HoffmannPanel: Daniel, Matthew, and Steve
October 9, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we lean into our insomnia as we watched the classic, A Nightmare on Elm Street! A tale of creepy janitors and feeling dozy. The Action Star poll is in full effect! We have already run 22 rounds! Keep checking the Twitter feed where we will put up each poll for two days (check the end of the string for the most up to date poll) and the Facebook group if you want to see the pictures! You have also helped us pick the final movie of the month, Hellraiser! Help us all... Want to see me live? Thanks to you all who showed up on October 3rd, to see us riffing Terminator with Cineprov! Come out on November 7th to see Snowbeast! Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook?  Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will A Nightmare on Elm Street stand when we put it on trial? Host: Nic HoffmannPanel: Daniel, Matthew, and Steve
September 26, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we return to Gary Busey town and he brings the greatest backup cast for a 'B' movie ever; including Rutger Hauer, Ice-T, Charles S. Dutton, F. Murray Abraham, John C. McGinley The Action Star poll is in full effect! The category round pulled in 3600 votes and now we are hitting the brackets! Check the Twitter feed where we will put up each poll for two days (check the end of the string for the most up to date poll) and the Facebook group if you want to see the pictures! Stay tuned for more polls in the future! In October we are doing a heavy hitters month of slasher films. We have chosen Freddy Krueger and Jason Voorhees, but you will chose the third on October 1st, watch for the poll! Want to see me live? On October 3rd, I will be riffing Terminator with Cineprov! Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook?  Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Surviving the Game stand when we put it on trial? Host: Nic HoffmannPanel: Daniel
September 26, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we return to Gary Busey town and he brings the greatest backup cast for a 'B' movie ever; including Rutger Hauer, Ice-T, Charles S. Dutton, F. Murray Abraham, John C. McGinley The Action Star poll is in full effect! The category round pulled in 3600 votes and now we are hitting the brackets! Check the Twitter feed where we will put up each poll for two days (check the end of the string for the most up to date poll) and the Facebook group if you want to see the pictures! Stay tuned for more polls in the future! In October we are doing a heavy hitters month of slasher films. We have chosen Freddy Krueger and Jason Voorhees, but you will chose the third on October 1st, watch for the poll! Want to see me live? On October 3rd, I will be riffing Terminator with Cineprov! Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook?  Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Surviving the Game stand when we put it on trial? Host: Nic HoffmannPanel: Daniel
September 12, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we watch a classic JCVD and John Woo film, Hard Target! And we learn why Wilfred Brimley gets to act! The poll for our next month is closed! Please enjoy this hunting humans for sport month you all chose! Currently we are running an action movie star bracket on our twitter and already 1300+ votes have been cast! Stay tuned for more polls in the future! In October we are doing a heavy hitters month of slasher films. We have chosen Freddy Krueger and Jason Voorhees, but you will chose the third, watch for the poll! A quick thanks also for those of you who came to see me perform Mega Shark Versus Giant Octopus with Cineprov. Next month in October, we are riffing Terminator! Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Hard Target stand when we put it on trial? Host: Nic HoffmannPanel: Daniel, Matthew, and Steve
September 12, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we watch a classic JCVD and John Woo film, Hard Target! And we learn why Wilfred Brimley gets to act! The poll for our next month is closed! Please enjoy this hunting humans for sport month you all chose! Currently we are running an action movie star bracket on our twitter and already 1300+ votes have been cast! Stay tuned for more polls in the future! In October we are doing a heavy hitters month of slasher films. We have chosen Freddy Krueger and Jason Voorhees, but you will chose the third, watch for the poll! A quick thanks also for those of you who came to see me perform Mega Shark Versus Giant Octopus with Cineprov. Next month in October, we are riffing Terminator! Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Hard Target stand when we put it on trial? Host: Nic HoffmannPanel: Daniel, Matthew, and Steve
August 29, 2019
Welcome to our 200th movie! Along the way there have been repeats and side quests, but 200 different films have graced our screens and we have settled on the oft requested and much maligned Wild Wild West! One would think the star and director of Men In Black would put together a better movie, but they would be much mistaken. Does it have a mechanical spider that is the subject of Kevin Smith's best story? Sure does! Do you see Will Smith's nakedness (yep, from behind after having sex in the town's water supply). Is it stunningly racist? Hoooooo-boy is it ever! Fun? Nope, not a bit! Here's to 200 more! The poll for our next month is closed! We are hunting humans for sport in September! Stay tuned for more polls in the future! In October we are doing a heavy hitters month of slasher films. We have chosen Freddy Krueger and Jason Voorhees, but you will chose the third, watch for the poll! A quick thanks also for those of you who came to see me perform Mega Shark Versus Giant Octopus with Cineprov. Next month on September 5th, we are riffing Robot Holocaust! Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Wild Wild West stand when we put it on trial? Host: Nic Hoffmann Panel: Daniel, Matthew, and Steve
August 29, 2019
Welcome to our 200th movie! Along the way there have been repeats and side quests, but 200 different films have graced our screens and we have settled on the oft requested and much maligned Wild Wild West! One would think the star and director of Men In Black would put together a better movie, but they would be much mistaken. Does it have a mechanical spider that is the subject of Kevin Smith's best story? Sure does! Do you see Will Smith's nakedness (yep, from behind after having sex in the town's water supply). Is it stunningly racist? Hoooooo-boy is it ever! Fun? Nope, not a bit! Here's to 200 more! The poll for our next month is closed! We are hunting humans for sport in September! Stay tuned for more polls in the future! In October we are doing a heavy hitters month of slasher films. We have chosen Freddy Krueger and Jason Voorhees, but you will chose the third, watch for the poll! A quick thanks also for those of you who came to see me perform Mega Shark Versus Giant Octopus with Cineprov. Next month on September 5th, we are riffing Robot Holocaust! Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Wild Wild West stand when we put it on trial? Host: Nic Hoffmann Panel: Daniel, Matthew, and Steve
August 15, 2019
We have returned in triumph to talk about the cripplingly boring film, The Dark Crystal! We love Jim Henson, but wow. Anyway, welcome to Season 6! This season we are changing a few things. First, as mentioned at the end of last season, we will be going down to every other week. While this means less episode, it should mean more quality and an opportunity to do more fun episodes and random bonuses. Next, we are still doing theme months, but we are going to let you pick most of the themes! Check Twitter and Facebook for the categories and vote! Finally, thanks for listening in for five seasons, here is to many more! A quick thanks also for those of you who came to see me perform Mega Shark Versus Giant Octopus with Cineprov. Next month on September 5th, we are riffing Robot Holocaust! Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will the Dark Crystal hold up when we put it on trial? Host: Nicolas HoffmannPanel: Matthew and Daniel
August 15, 2019
We have returned in triumph to talk about the cripplingly boring film, The Dark Crystal! We love Jim Henson, but wow. Anyway, welcome to Season 6! This season we are changing a few things. First, as mentioned at the end of last season, we will be going down to every other week. While this means less episode, it should mean more quality and an opportunity to do more fun episodes and random bonuses. Next, we are still doing theme months, but we are going to let you pick most of the themes! Check Twitter and Facebook for the categories and vote! Finally, thanks for listening in for five seasons, here is to many more! A quick thanks also for those of you who came to see me perform Mega Shark Versus Giant Octopus with Cineprov. Next month on September 5th, we are riffing Robot Holocaust! Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will the Dark Crystal hold up when we put it on trial? Host: Nicolas HoffmannPanel: Matthew and Daniel
July 18, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood - Mission Briefing Summer ReRelease, we rewatch Thunderball, kinda. We saw Never Say Never Again! Sean Connery's last stint as James Bond, for reals this time. Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Thanks to all of you who came out to watch Larry, Evan, and Candace riff at Atlanta Comic Con! In August come watch me do a mystery riff! A fan will pick the movie out of a sack of selections! See the mystery riff! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! Host: Nicolas HoffmannBond Panel: Jon and Daniel
July 18, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood - Mission Briefing Summer ReRelease, we rewatch Thunderball, kinda. We saw Never Say Never Again! Sean Connery's last stint as James Bond, for reals this time.
July 13, 2019
This week, Bond finds Bambi and Thumper and starts a weird naming fetish. We see the final Sean Connery Bond Movie, or do we? We watched the slapstick Diamonds are Forever! Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Thanks to all of you who came out to watch Larry, Evan, and Candace riff at Atlanta Comic Con! In August come watch me do a mystery riff! A fan will pick the movie out of a sack of selections! See the mystery riff! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Sean Connery’s James Bond Hold Up! Host: Nicolas HoffmannPanel: Mark, Jon, Jeremy
July 13, 2019
This week, Bond finds Bambi and Thumper and starts a weird naming fetish. We see the final Sean Connery Bond Movie, or do we? We watched the slapstick Diamonds are Forever!
July 6, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, Mission Briefing returns to On Her Majesty's Secret Service because they wouldn't pay Sean Connery more then the minimum. Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Thanks to all of you who came out to watch Larry, Evan, and Candace riff Red Dawn! In July we will be riffing at Atlanta Comic Con and keep an eye out for additional shows that may pop up! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will George Lazenby's James Bond Hold Up! Host: Nicolas HoffmannPanel: Steve T and Matt P
July 6, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, Mission Briefing returns to On Her Majesty's Secret Service because they wouldn't pay Sean Connery more then the minimum.
June 27, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we revisit a moment where Bond gets racist! Like, Scotish Sean Connery turns Japanese, I really think so. Also, he was so popular as Bond at this point, that it affected the movie shoot. Also, Ninjas! Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Thanks to all of you who came out to watch Larry, Evan, and Candace riff Red Dawn! In July we will be riffing at Atlanta Comic Con and keep an eye out for additional shows that may pop up! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Sean Connery’s James Bond Hold Up! Host: Nicolas HoffmannBond Experts: Jon and Steve
June 27, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we revisit a moment where Bond gets racist! Like, Scottish Sean Connery turns Japanese, I really think so. Also, he was so popular as Bond at this point, that it affected the movie shoot. Also, Ninjas!
June 20, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we go under the sea for our summer rerelease followed by taking a little nap. We watched Thunderball! Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Thanks to all of you who came out to watch Larry, Evan, and Candace riff Red Dawn! In July we will be riffing at Atlanta Comic Con and keep an eye out for additional shows that may pop up! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Sean Connery’s James Bond Hold Up! Host: Nicolas HoffmannBond Experts: Thomas, Matt P
June 20, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we go under the sea for our summer rerelease followed by taking a little nap. We watched Thunderball!
June 14, 2019
Today on Myopia: Summer Reruns, we watch probably to most popular Bond of the Connery Era, Goldfinger! My moving process is going slowly, but we are working to bring you new stuff soon. In the mean time, lets listen to a classic ep! Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Thanks to all of you who came out to watch Larry, Evan, and Candace riff Red Dawn! In July we will be riffing at Atlanta Comic Con and keep an eye out for additional shows that may pop up! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Sean Connery's James Bond Hold Up! Host: Nicolas HoffmannBond Experts: Thomas, Jon, Matt P
June 11, 2019
We have returned with From Russia With Love, a bond classic, that unfortunately gets dwarfed by its sequel. However, the summer reruns continue to roll on and we continue to work to bring you solid content! We will have new stuff soon, but for now enjoy dusting off this classic episode! Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Thanks to all of you who came out to watch Larry, Evan, and Candace riff Red Dawn! In July we will be riffing at Atlanta Comic Con and keep an eye out for additional shows that may pop up! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Sean Connery's James Bond Hold Up! Host: Nicolas HoffmannBond Experts: Thomas, Jon, Mark
June 6, 2019
Welcome to Summer 2019! Since there has been all sorts of Bond 25 news like new directors, new settings and whether Daniel Craig will ever walk again, we thought a Bond summer would be perfect! After polling the old Mission Briefig team, they all wanted a Sean summer! For the next few weeks, we will trapse through Connery with some bonus materials along the way!  Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Want to see a funny show, in fact, Creative Loafing’s People’s Choice Award for Best Comedy Show? Cineprov is riffing at the Plaza June 6th the 1980's John Milius and Patrick Swayze classic Red Dawn! Wolverines! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Sean Connery's James Bond Hold Up! Host: Nic Panel: Matt P, Mark, and Jon
May 30, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we end Daniel's series on the rise and fall of Michael Eisner. From the Little Mermaid, which we will not cover, to Atlantis: The Lost Empire, which we already did. I would like to thank Daniel for his work on this series and Jon and I for quickly forgetting it. Let us know if this series interested you, because we could do something similar again soon! Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Want to see a funny show, in fact, Creative Loafing’s People’s Choice Award for Best Comedy Show? Cineprov is riffing at the Plaza June 6th the 1980’s John Milius and Patrick Swayze classic Red Dawn! Wolverines! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! As we remember Michael Eisner's fall at Disney! Host: DanielPanel: Jon and Nic
May 23, 2019
As we wrap up season 5, we take the second to last meander down the path of Michael Eisner. Daniel is rapidly speeding toward Eisner's decline and, like all good Americans, he can partially blame the French. Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Want to see a funny show, in fact, Creative Loafing’s People’s Choice Award for Best Comedy Show? Cineprov is riffing at the Plaza June 6th the 1980's John Milius and Patrick Swayze classic Red Dawn! Wolverines! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! Host: DanielPanel: Jon and Nic
May 15, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we learn the power of Technicolor. We watched the Wachowski's Speed Racer! Who would have guessed it, but appearantly I have always wanted to see John Goodman kill a ninja... Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Want to see a funny show, in fact, Creative Loafing’s People’s Choice Award for Best Comedy Show? Cineprov is riffing at the Plaza June 6th the 1980's John Milius and Patrick Swayze classic Red Dawn! Wolverines! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Speed Racer stand when we put it on trial? Host: NicDefendant: EvanPanel: Matthew, Daniel, Evan
May 8, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we look back on how Jason Alexander and Robert DeNiro used all their good will and fame from the early 90s. We saw Rocky and Bullwinkle, MOOSE AND SQUIRREL! Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Want to see a funny show, in fact, Creative Loafing’s People’s Choice Award for Best Comedy Show? Cineprov is riffing at the Plaza June 6th the 1980's John Milius and Patrick Swayze classic Red Dawn! Wolverines! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Rocky and Bullwinkle stand when we put it on trial? Host: NicDefendant: NicPanel: Matthew, Daniel
May 2, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we wrap our 2019 Public Defender Month! The Month of movie you wanted to defend, and we wrapped with a precocious kid classic! We saw Jonathan Taylor Thomas (or JTT as the girls I was in middle school with called him) and Chevy Chase (or douchebag as the actors who work with him called him) in Man of the House!  Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Want to see a funny show, in fact, Creative Loafing’s People’s Choice Award for Best Comedy Show? Cineprov is riffing at the Plaza May 2nd and I will be on this episode! We will be riffing on the movie Boogeyman (1980) Weeee! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Man of the House stand when we put it on trial? Host: NicPublic Defendant: ErikPanel: Matthew, Daniel, Charlie
April 25, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood we dust of an AOL disc with 100 free hours! What a deal! We watched Hackers, the sexiest movie about hackers since Silicone Valley (the porno version of Silicon Valley).  Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Want to see a funny show, in fact, Creative Loafing's People's Choice Award for Best Comedy Show? Cineprov is riffing at the Plaza May 2nd and I will be on this episode! We will be riffing on the movie Boogeyman (1980) Weeee! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Hackers stand when we put it on trial? Host: NicPublic Defendant: ScottPanel: Matthew, Daniel
April 18, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we reinforce the cliches of high school, root for a man who grabs an unwilling teenager by the crotch, and witness an authority figure threaten and hit a child. We watched the Trump Documentary, I mean, The Breakfast Club, will you forget about me? Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Want to see a funny show, in fact, Creative Loafing's People's Choice Award for Best Comedy Show? Cineprov is riffing at the Plaza Saturday! Usually we perform today, but instead this Saturday, we will be doing a special Saturday show on the Roger Corman Fantastic Four! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will The Breakfast Club stand when we put it on trial? Host: NicPublic Defendant: LaurenPanel: Adam, Daniel
April 11, 2019
After technical issues, we are starting Public Defender Month with a selection from Kels on our Twitter feed who selected the movie that proves, after accidentally killing a man, Matthew Broderick will act in anything. We watched Inspector Gadget, how do you get such a simple movie so very wrong? Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Interested in stroking my ego and seeing me live? Well, after doing the bizzare Hanger 18, we have decided to not cover the sequel Hanger 19, Hangerin' for More! Instead we are covering the Roger Corman not released cult classic Fantastic Four! As a special Saturday episode on April 20th! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Inspector Gadget stand when we put it on trial? Host: NicPublic Defendant: KelsPanel: Matthew, Daniel, Kelsey
April 1, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood we watch a movie in which Johnny Depp takes advantage of friendship for profit, leaving people disappointed in him...awkard. We watched Finding Neverland, Dustin Hoffman is in this because he played Captain Hook in Hook...sigh... Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Interested in stroking my ego and seeing me live? Well, after doing the bizzare Hanger 18, we have decided to not cover the sequel Hanger 19, Hangerin' for More! Instead we are covering the Roger Corman not released cult classic Fantastic Four! As a special Saturday episode on April 20th! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Finding Neverland stand when we put it on trial? Host: Nic Hoffmann Defendant: Dan Panel: Daniel, Matthew
March 28, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we learn that video games are made by only one person.  We watched the Disney live action remake, 101 Dalmatians, man Glenn Close really showed up for an embarrassing movie. Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Interested in stroking my ego and seeing me live? Well, after doing the bizzare Hanger 18, we have decided to not cover the sequel Hanger 19, Hangerin' for More! Instead we are covering the Roger Corman not released cult classic Fantastic Four! As a special Saturday episode on April 20th! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will 101 Dalmatians (Live Action - 1996) stand when we put it on trial? Host: NicDefendant: DanielPanel: Matthew, Charlie
March 21, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we learn about clothing alternatives. We watched the Disney Animated Classic, 101 Dalmatians, so the name Cruella De Vil didn't raise any flags, huh...weird how she was the villian. Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Interested in stroking my ego and seeing me live? Well, after doing the bizzare Hanger 18, we have decided to not cover the sequel Hanger 19, Hangerin' for More! Instead we are covering the Roger Corman not released cult classic Fantastic Four! As a special Saturday episode on April 20th! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will 101 Dalmatians (Animated -1961) stand when we put it on trial? Host: NicDefendant: DanielPanel: Matthew, Charlie
March 14, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we get excited and just can’t hide it. We saw Nutty Professor (Remake – 1996), man remember when Eddie Murphy had a career. I bet there is at least one prostitute who remembers…. Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Interested in stroking my ego and seeing me live? Well, after doing the bizzare Hanger 18, we have decided to not cover the sequel Hanger 19, Hangerin’ for More! Instead we are covering the Roger Corman not released cult classic Fantastic Four! As a special Saturday episode on April 20th! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will The Nutty Professor (Original – 1996) stand when we put it on trial? Host: NicDefendant: DanielPanel: Matthew, Kelsey
March 7, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we see the origin of Professor Frink. We watched the Jerry Lewis classic The Nutty Professor (Original - 1963), so the hero who learns something still gets the girls at the end, but the girl is his student...the 1960s were weird... Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Interested in stroking my ego and seeing me live? Well if you are getting this the day it comes out, my comedy troupe Cineprov is riffing Hanger 18 today at the Plaza! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will The Nutty Professor (Original - 1963) stand when we put it on trial? Host: NicDefendant: DanielPanel: Daniel, Adam, Lauren
March 7, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we see the origin of Professor Frink. We watched the Jerry Lewis classic The Nutty Professor (Original - 1963), so the hero who learns something still gets the girls at the end, but the girl is his student...the 1960s were weird... Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Interested in stroking my ego and seeing me live? Well if you are getting this the day it comes out, my comedy troupe Cineprov is riffing Hanger 18 today at the Plaza! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will The Nutty Professor (Original - 1963) stand when we put it on trial? Host: NicDefendant: DanielPanel: Daniel, Adam, Lauren
February 28, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we try to convince Daniel that Alice in Wonderland (the book) is as undeciferable as the movie.  We watched Alice in Wonder! No, not that one, or that one, the one with Christopher Lloyd, Gene Wilder, and Haggrid. No, not that one either. Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Interested in stroking my ego and seeing me live? Well, I am a member of Cineprov (or on Facebook), we riff movies like MST3K (which one of our members wrote for on Netflix) or Rifftrax. Recently, we have riffed Road House, Gamera: The Invincible, WarGames, Halloween VI: The Curse of Michael Myers, Troll 2, Rocky IV, and The Year without Santa Claus (see full list since the return in 2017 here). We perform at the Plaza Theater in Atlanta, the first Thursday of the month. Join us in March for Hanger 18! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Alice in Wonderland stand when we put it on trial? Host: NicDefendant: ThomasPanel: Daniel, Charlie and Matthew
February 28, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we try to convince Daniel that Alice in Wonderland (the book) is as undeciferable as the movie.  We watched Alice in Wonder! No, not that one, or that one, the one with Christopher Lloyd, Gene Wilder, and Haggrid. No, not that one either. Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Interested in stroking my ego and seeing me live? Well, I am a member of Cineprov (or on Facebook), we riff movies like MST3K (which one of our members wrote for on Netflix) or Rifftrax. Recently, we have riffed Road House, Gamera: The Invincible, WarGames, Halloween VI: The Curse of Michael Myers, Troll 2, Rocky IV, and The Year without Santa Claus (see full list since the return in 2017 here). We perform at the Plaza Theater in Atlanta, the first Thursday of the month. Join us in March for Hanger 18! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Alice in Wonderland stand when we put it on trial? Host: NicDefendant: ThomasPanel: Daniel, Charlie and Matthew
February 21, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we learned where June Lockheart was hiding. We watched the 1992 TV movie that is mostly LOST, Danger Island (AKA The Presence, after the pilot was not picked up). Matthew chose this movie because the evil government plan has the same name as my daughter. Whee!!! Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Interested in stroking my ego and seeing me live? Well, I am a member of Cineprov (or on Facebook), we riff movies like MST3K (which one of our members wrote for on Netflix) or Rifftrax. Recently, we have riffed Road House, Gamera: The Invincible, WarGames, Halloween VI: The Curse of Michael Myers, Troll 2, Rocky IV, and The Year without Santa Claus (see full list since the return in 2017 here). We perform at the Plaza Theater in Atlanta, the first Thursday of the month. Join us in March for Hanger 18! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Danger Island stand when we put it on trial? Host: NicPanel: Daniel, Charlie and Matthew
February 21, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we learned where June Lockheart was hiding. We watched the 1992 TV movie that is mostly LOST, Danger Island (AKA The Presence, after the pilot was not picked up). Matthew chose this movie because the evil government plan has the same name as my daughter. Whee!!! Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Interested in stroking my ego and seeing me live? Well, I am a member of Cineprov (or on Facebook), we riff movies like MST3K (which one of our members wrote for on Netflix) or Rifftrax. Recently, we have riffed Road House, Gamera: The Invincible, WarGames, Halloween VI: The Curse of Michael Myers, Troll 2, Rocky IV, and The Year without Santa Claus (see full list since the return in 2017 here). We perform at the Plaza Theater in Atlanta, the first Thursday of the month. Join us in March for Hanger 18! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Danger Island stand when we put it on trial? Host: NicPanel: Daniel, Charlie and Matthew
February 14, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we forgot about Valentine's Day and while we hide from significant others, here is a movie! Before the think pieces starring Michael Fassbender, Ashton Kutcher, and Justin Long, there was a movie about how Steve Jobs was an asshole and it was on TV! We watched the Pirates of Silicon Valley, the Linux story was never this sexy! Today is your last day to recommend a movie for Public Defender Month! Please DM, Email (myopiapodcast@gmail.com), or call and leave a VM @ (770)835-5578 and tell us the movies you would defend (or at least hear us try to explain). Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Thanks to those of you who came out to Road House! Up next month is Hanger 18! (Yeah, I don't know it either). Interested in stroking my ego and seeing me live? Well, I am a member of Cineprov (or on Facebook), we riff movies like MST3K (which one of our members wrote for on Netflix) or Rifftrax. Recently, we have riffed Gamera: The Invicible, WarGames, Halloween VI: The Curse of Michael Myers, Troll 2, Rocky IV, and The Year without Santa Claus (see full list since the return in 2017 here). We perform at the Plaza Theater in Atlanta, the first Thursday of the month.  We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Pirates of Silicon Valley stand when we put it on trial? Host: Nic Defendant: NicPanel: Charlie, Daniel and Matthew
February 14, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we forgot about Valentine's Day and while we hide from significant others, here is a movie! Before the think pieces starring Michael Fassbender, Ashton Kutcher, and Justin Long, there was a movie about how Steve Jobs was an asshole and it was on TV! We watched the Pirates of Silicon Valley, the Linux story was never this sexy! Today is your last day to recommend a movie for Public Defender Month! Please DM, Email (myopiapodcast@gmail.com), or call and leave a VM @ (770)835-5578 and tell us the movies you would defend (or at least hear us try to explain). Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Thanks to those of you who came out to Road House! Up next month is Hanger 18! (Yeah, I don't know it either). Interested in stroking my ego and seeing me live? Well, I am a member of Cineprov (or on Facebook), we riff movies like MST3K (which one of our members wrote for on Netflix) or Rifftrax. Recently, we have riffed Gamera: The Invicible, WarGames, Halloween VI: The Curse of Michael Myers, Troll 2, Rocky IV, and The Year without Santa Claus (see full list since the return in 2017 here). We perform at the Plaza Theater in Atlanta, the first Thursday of the month.  We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Pirates of Silicon Valley stand when we put it on trial? Host: Nic Defendant: NicPanel: Charlie, Daniel and Matthew
February 7, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we start our month watching TV with Sam Neill in the Cliff's Notes version of a classic tale Jurassic Park, I mean Merlin (1998 - The Made For TV Mini-Series). Helena Botham Carter could never play, say a banker, could she..... Hello friends! From now until Valentine's Day, we are taking requests for movies for an upcoming Public Defender Month! Please DM, Email (myopiapodcast@gmail.com), or call and leave a VM @ (770)835-5578 and tell us the movies you would defend (or at least hear us try to explain). Was there a disappointing sequel, precocious kid movie, Muppet, Monster, or Miscellaneous movie we missed? Let us know! This time we put your past on trial! Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Interested in stroking my ego and seeing me live? Well, I am a member of Cineprov (or on Facebook), we riff movies like MST3K (which one of our members wrote for on Netflix) or Rifftrax. Recently, we have riffed Gamera: The Invincible, WarGames, Halloween VI: The Curse of Michael Myers, Troll 2, Rocky IV, and The Year without Santa Claus (see full list since the return in 2017 here). We perform at the Plaza Theater in Atlanta, the first Thursday of the month. February 7th, come see us as we riff on Road House! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Merlin stand when we put it on trial? Host: NicolasDefendant: ThomasPanel: Matt and Daniel
February 7, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we start our month watching TV with Sam Neill in the Cliff's Notes version of a classic tale Jurassic Park, I mean Merlin (1998 - The Made For TV Mini-Series). Helena Botham Carter could never play, say a banker, could she..... Hello friends! From now until Valentine's Day, we are taking requests for movies for an upcoming Public Defender Month! Please DM, Email (myopiapodcast@gmail.com), or call and leave a VM @ (770)835-5578 and tell us the movies you would defend (or at least hear us try to explain). Was there a disappointing sequel, precocious kid movie, Muppet, Monster, or Miscellaneous movie we missed? Let us know! This time we put your past on trial! Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Interested in stroking my ego and seeing me live? Well, I am a member of Cineprov (or on Facebook), we riff movies like MST3K (which one of our members wrote for on Netflix) or Rifftrax. Recently, we have riffed Gamera: The Invincible, WarGames, Halloween VI: The Curse of Michael Myers, Troll 2, Rocky IV, and The Year without Santa Claus (see full list since the return in 2017 here). We perform at the Plaza Theater in Atlanta, the first Thursday of the month. February 7th, come see us as we riff on Road House! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Merlin stand when we put it on trial? Host: NicolasDefendant: ThomasPanel: Matt and Daniel
January 31, 2019
The week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we 'celebrate' 200 episodes by watching Matrix Revolutions! Not the one you are thinking of, there is no space orgy rave, Neo is stuck in a subway station for 20 minutes (then disappears for most of the movie) the Oracle is recast, and Morpheus doesn't matter! Wooo! Don't worry we have a doozy planned for the 200th movie. Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Interested in stroking my ego and seeing me live? Well, I am a member of Cineprov (or on Facebook), we riff movies like MST3K (which one of our members wrote for on Netflix) or Rifftrax. Recently, we have riffed Gamera: The Invincible, WarGames, Halloween VI: The Curse of Michael Myers, Troll 2, Rocky IV, and The Year without Santa Claus (see full list since the return in 2017 here). We perform at the Plaza Theater in Atlanta, the first Thursday of the month. February 7th, come see us as we riff on Road House! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Matrix Revolutions stand when we put it on trial? Host: NicPanel: Daniel and Matthew
January 31, 2019
The week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we 'celebrate' 200 episodes by watching Matrix Revolutions! Not the one you are thinking of, there is no space orgy rave, Neo is stuck in a subway station for 20 minutes (then disappears for most of the movie) the Oracle is recast, and Morpheus doesn't matter! Wooo! Don't worry we have a doozy planned for the 200th movie. Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Interested in stroking my ego and seeing me live? Well, I am a member of Cineprov (or on Facebook), we riff movies like MST3K (which one of our members wrote for on Netflix) or Rifftrax. Recently, we have riffed Gamera: The Invincible, WarGames, Halloween VI: The Curse of Michael Myers, Troll 2, Rocky IV, and The Year without Santa Claus (see full list since the return in 2017 here). We perform at the Plaza Theater in Atlanta, the first Thursday of the month. February 7th, come see us as we riff on Road House! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Matrix Revolutions stand when we put it on trial? Host: NicPanel: Daniel and Matthew
January 24, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we learn why they stopped calling this movie "The Mummy III." We watched The Scorpion King! In which Daniel convinces me that the Rock is not always the charismatic heroic hunk I thought he was, what can I say except you're welcome. Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Interested in stroking my ego and seeing me live? Well, I am a member of Cineprov (or on Facebook), we riff movies like MST3K (which one of our members wrote for on Netflix) or Rifftrax. Recently, we have riffed Gamera: The Invicible, WarGames, Halloween VI: The Curse of Michael Myers, Troll 2, Rocky IV, and The Year without Santa Claus (see full list since the return in 2017 here). We perform at the Plaza Theater in Atlanta, the first Thursday of the month. Februrary 7th, come see us as we riff on Road House! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Scorpion King stand when we put it on trial? Host: NicPanel: Daniel and Matthew
January 24, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we learn why they stopped calling this movie "The Mummy III." We watched The Scorpion King! In which Daniel convinces me that the Rock is not always the charismatic heroic hunk I thought he was, what can I say except you're welcome. Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Interested in stroking my ego and seeing me live? Well, I am a member of Cineprov (or on Facebook), we riff movies like MST3K (which one of our members wrote for on Netflix) or Rifftrax. Recently, we have riffed Gamera: The Invicible, WarGames, Halloween VI: The Curse of Michael Myers, Troll 2, Rocky IV, and The Year without Santa Claus (see full list since the return in 2017 here). We perform at the Plaza Theater in Atlanta, the first Thursday of the month. Februrary 7th, come see us as we riff on Road House! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Scorpion King stand when we put it on trial? Host: NicPanel: Daniel and Matthew
January 21, 2019
Daniel returns for a special bonus episode about Michael Eisner, right? I am not sure, I have not heard it yet either. I am so excited! Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Interested in stroking my ego and seeing me live? Well, I am a member of Cineprov (or on Facebook), we riff movies like MST3K (which one of our members wrote for on Netflix) or Rifftrax. Recently, we have riffed Gamera: The Invicible, WarGames, Halloween VI: The Curse of Michael Myers, Troll 2, Rocky IV, and The Year without Santa Claus (see full list since the return in 2017 here). We perform at the Plaza Theater in Atlanta, the first Thursday of the month. Februrary 7th, come see us as we riff on Road House! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Michael Eisner stand when we put his past on trial? Host: DanielPanel: Nic and Jon
January 17, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, Matt yells "Noooooooooooo!" for 20 minutes. We watched Star Wars - Episode 3 - Revenge of the Sith, I guess this is the good one, maybe? I mean, it was the chosen one..... Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Interested in stroking my ego and seeing me live? Well, I am a member of Cineprov (or on Facebook), we riff movies like MST3K (which one of our members wrote for on Netflix) or Rifftrax. Recently, we have riffed Gamera: The Invicible, WarGames, Halloween VI: The Curse of Michael Myers, Troll 2, Rocky IV, and The Year without Santa Claus (see full list since the return in 2017 here). We perform at the Plaza Theater in Atlanta, the first Thursday of the month. Februrary 7th, come see us as we riff on Road House!  We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Star Wars - Episode 3 - Revenge of the Sith stand when we put it on trial? Host: NicolasDefendant: NicolasPanel: Matthew, Daniel, Kelsey
January 17, 2019
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, Matt yells "Noooooooooooo!" for 20 minutes. We watched Star Wars - Episode 3 - Revenge of the Sith, I guess this is the good one, maybe? I mean, it was the chosen one..... Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Also, for those of you who are truly film folks, I have created a Letterboxd page! Check out what episodes we have done here! Interested in stroking my ego and seeing me live? Well, I am a member of Cineprov (or on Facebook), we riff movies like MST3K (which one of our members wrote for on Netflix) or Rifftrax. Recently, we have riffed Gamera: The Invicible, WarGames, Halloween VI: The Curse of Michael Myers, Troll 2, Rocky IV, and The Year without Santa Claus (see full list since the return in 2017 here). We perform at the Plaza Theater in Atlanta, the first Thursday of the month. Februrary 7th, come see us as we riff on Road House!  We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Star Wars - Episode 3 - Revenge of the Sith stand when we put it on trial? Host: NicolasDefendant: NicolasPanel: Matthew, Daniel, Kelsey
January 10, 2019
How do you end up with a classic like Speed 2? Well first you need a classic, like Speed. Ah, the movie making process. First, you get a script together, match it with producers with the vision, who find directors who see that vision, cinematographers who can bring the vision to celluloid, actors who fulfill that vision, and the music and effects that bring it to life. Ah, the sequel making process. First, the director (now also the producer), gets a script, then has a dream that causes him to throw out the original script and rewrite it. This causes the big star of the movie to leave (causing the movie studio to make up a lie involving the actor's band).  Then proceed to add a subplot about a deaf girl (14) in love with the new male lead (to make him seem less like a robot), show the female lead watching Lolita to nail subtext, add leeches and Willem Dafoe, give it a catchy subtitle, like "The Boat that Couldn't Slow Down," or "Cruise Control," and pow! You've got a movie! Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Speed 2 stand when we put it on trial? Host: NicolasDefendant: NicolasPanel: Matthew, Daniel
January 10, 2019
How do you end up with a classic like Speed 2? Well first you need a classic, like Speed. Ah, the movie making process. First, you get a script together, match it with producers with the vision, who find directors who see that vision, cinematographers who can bring the vision to celluloid, actors who fulfill that vision, and the music and effects that bring it to life. Ah, the sequel making process. First, the director (now also the producer), gets a script, then has a dream that causes him to throw out the original script and rewrite it. This causes the big star of the movie to leave (causing the movie studio to make up a lie involving the actor's band).  Then proceed to add a subplot about a deaf girl (14) in love with the new male lead (to make him seem less like a robot), show the female lead watching Lolita to nail subtext, add leeches and Willem Dafoe, give it a catchy subtitle, like "The Boat that Couldn't Slow Down," or "Cruise Control," and pow! You've got a movie! Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Speed 2 stand when we put it on trial? Host: NicolasDefendant: NicolasPanel: Matthew, Daniel
January 3, 2019
Welcome to 2019 everyone! First of all, thanks for listening to a podcast entitled 'Blues Brothers 2000,' it was hard on us to watch it. Our infinite love and appreciation to you and yours in this new year. Further, we would like to thank you for your continued support this year with the podcast. We grew in leaps and bounds this year and there are exciting things to come! How do we start the year off? With movie sequels that disappointed us! What fun? I mean, what fun! Remember that musical comedy from the 80s? It was a two-hander with a great comedy team with one more stoic than the last, with great musical guests and a mission from God? Well, what if 18 years later, we made a sequel with one of them dead, added a kid, and added magic? Sounds terrible right? Well, at least the soundtrack is good… Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Blues Brothers stand when we put it on trial? Host: NicolasDefendant: NicolasPanel: Evan, Zach, Daniel
January 3, 2019
Welcome to 2019 everyone! First of all, thanks for listening to a podcast entitled 'Blues Brothers 2000,' it was hard on us to watch it. Our infinite love and appreciation to you and yours in this new year. Further, we would like to thank you for your continued support this year with the podcast. We grew in leaps and bounds this year and there are exciting things to come! How do we start the year off? With movie sequels that disappointed us! What fun? I mean, what fun! Remember that musical comedy from the 80s? It was a two-hander with a great comedy team with one more stoic than the last, with great musical guests and a mission from God? Well, what if 18 years later, we made a sequel with one of them dead, added a kid, and added magic? Sounds terrible right? Well, at least the soundtrack is good… Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Blues Brothers stand when we put it on trial? Host: NicolasDefendant: NicolasPanel: Evan, Zach, Daniel
December 27, 2018
This week we present an additional Bonus episode! Thomas (regular and Geekly Oddcast host) compare Kermit the Frog impressions and we round out his Muppet month with a discussion on the Muppets as an art form.
December 27, 2018
This week we present an additional Bonus episode! Thomas (regular and Geekly Oddcast host) compare Kermit the Frog impressions and we round out his Muppet month with a discussion on the Muppets as an art form. Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Thanks to all of those who voted to make Cineprov the People's Choice for Best Comedy Show in Atlanta 2018! It has been one hell of a year and there is so much more to come! Between now and Spring Break we are riffing Santa Claus (versus the Devil), we ruin some childhood classic TV specials, Hercules in the Haunted World, and Road House. And that is just until February. Miss a month and miss a lot! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon!
December 25, 2018
We post a little early to welcome you a our version of a Merry Christmas, a Michael Caine Musical! Join a self aware narrator and a movie I know so well, I didn't need to rewatch it, though I did anyway. Because, I am a professional. We watched the Muppet Christmas Carol, So enjoy!  I want to thank you all for making 2018 the best year yet! After iTunes deleted over half my reviews, more of you stood up to be counted and I appreciate that! People came to say 'hi' at Cineprov, which is award winning now, for which I am also grateful. I keep doing this because you keep encouraging me and I love you for that! Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will The Muppet Christmas Carol stand when we put it on trial? Host: Nicolas Defendant: Nicolas Panel: Thomas, Daniel and Matthew
December 25, 2018
We post a little early to welcome you a our version of a Merry Christmas, a Michael Caine Musical! Join a self aware narrator and a movie I know so well, I didn't need to rewatch it, though I did anyway. Because, I am a professional. We watched the Muppet Christmas Carol, So enjoy!  I want to thank you all for making 2018 the best year yet! After iTunes deleted over half my reviews, more of you stood up to be counted and I appreciate that! People came to say 'hi' at Cineprov, which is award winning now, for which I am also grateful. I keep doing this because you keep encouraging me and I love you for that! Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will The Muppet Christmas Carol stand when we put it on trial? Host: Nicolas Defendant: Nicolas Panel: Thomas, Daniel and Matthew
December 20, 2018
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, a girl becomes a women, or falls in love with her new step dad, or is charmed by David Bowie. We watched Labyrinth, is your step brother REALLY worth it? I mean, that bulge though.... Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Thanks to all of those who voted to make Cineprov the People's Choice for Best Comedy Show in Atlanta 2018! It has been one hell of a year and there is so much more to come! If you are listening the day it is released, we are performing today (12/20) and riffing over two Rankin/Bass classics, The Year Without Santa Claus and Santa Claus is Coming to Town! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Labyrinth stand when we put it on trial? Host: NicolasDefendant: NicolasPanel: Charlie, Daniel and Matthew
December 20, 2018
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, a girl becomes a women, or falls in love with her new step dad, or is charmed by David Bowie. We watched Labyrinth, is your step brother REALLY worth it? I mean, that bulge though.... Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Thanks to all of those who voted to make Cineprov the People's Choice for Best Comedy Show in Atlanta 2018! It has been one hell of a year and there is so much more to come! If you are listening the day it is released, we are performing today (12/20) and riffing over two Rankin/Bass classics, The Year Without Santa Claus and Santa Claus is Coming to Town! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Labyrinth stand when we put it on trial? Host: NicolasDefendant: NicolasPanel: Charlie, Daniel and Matthew
December 13, 2018
This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we watched Alex Jones' favorite Muppet movie, Muppets in Space. Filled with government conspiracy, Dr Teeth (but no singing), and Miss Piggy as a conspiracy TV show host role, this movie is a mess, but still Muppets-ish. Please continue to rate and review us! We are on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and now Spotify and could use the support; the more ratings you give the easier it is for others to find us. Also, do you follow us elsewhere? Facebook? Instagram? Twitter? Myopia? Thanks to all of those who voted to make Cineprov the People's Choice for Best Comedy Show in Atlanta 2018! It has been one hell of a year and there is so much more to come! Between now and Spring Break we are riffing Santa Claus (versus the Devil), we ruin some childhood classic TV specials, Hercules in the Haunted World, and Road House. And that is just until February. Miss a month and miss a lot! We are a proud member of the ESO Network! Please join the ESO Patreon! How will Muppets in Space stand when we put it on trial? Host: NicolasDefendant: NicolasPanel: Charlie, Daniel and Matthew
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