Steve, Miros and Jake pick apart the latest Hollywood horror remakes and recap the first half of the latest season of 9-1-1, AKA THE GREATEST TELEVISION SHOW EVER.
Optimism Vaccine all-stars Til Knowles and Stephen Kohlmann return to the OpVac Cast to talk about the state of stand up comedy.
This week on Caustic Content, Miros tries melt Steve’s brain with Kracker Jack’d, a Friday meets Friday the 13th blaxploitation horror comedy. Steve taps into the current political climate by forcing Miros to watch The Remedy—the self proclaimed “smartest indie movie ever made,” and a hodgepodge of banal centrism, stoner humor and moralizing.
BONUS: Miros interviews the director of Blood Dynasty, Chris Alexander
Shawn’s spooktacular October journey concludes with an introduction to the films of Jean Rollin; the cinematic king of spooky vampires, lesbians and spooky vampire lesbians.
Caustic Content returns with another episode to test the willpower and mental fortitude of Steve and Miros. This week, it’s Da Pinche Code a manic action comedy up against an insufferably pretentious art film titled Antlers of Reason.
Optimism Vaccine continues the time-honored October tradition of introducing Shawn to great horror auteurs. This year, for really no good reason at all, we chose Joe D’Amato. Yeah, seriously. Join us as Shawn experiences classic like Beyond the Darkness, Anthropophagous, Absurd and… umm… Porno Holocaust.
his week, Jake Tropila joins Steve and Miros as the very first Caustic Content guest. We’re also going big budget (well, by our standards) for the first time. Miros unleashes the Troma-endorsed butthole horror classic, Hellitosis: The Legend of Stankmouth. Steve counters with an art house edge lord slice of extreme horror, Tempus Tormentum.
Upon its release in 1974, Guy Hamilton’s final bond movie was derided for its lighthearted tone. Is Roger Moore enough to buoy this James Bond film, or is the The Man with the Golden Gun still a dud over 40 years later?
A rare ALMOST TIMELY episode from the OV crew. This week, we hit the local multiplex to check out critical darlings Searching and The Little Stranger. Oh and Shane Black’s new dumpster fire, The Predator, too. BONUS: dramatic reading of a classic David Ehrlich review and the return of the official Optimism Vaccine Went to the Movies theme song.
With Shane Black’s sequel finally landing in theaters, Steve introduces Shawn to the 1987 testosterone-fueled, action masterpiece, Predator
On the verge of the film's 30th anniversary, Shawn shares his love for Pedro Almodóvar's breakout 1988 film, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown.
A faux-documentary pick from Steve collides with Miros' self-important, ELEVATED HORROR art house choice in a head-to-head battle between awful vampire films.
The age of single screen horror is upon us! The OV crew talks Unfriended and its sequel, Unfriended: Dark Web as well as the lesser known Friend Request. BONUS: unfunny sex jokes and mocking alt-right internet figures.
Film has a long and storied history of iconic, acclaimed musicals so why not subject yourself to the worst the genre has to offer? This week, Miros subjects us to the ultra low-budget punk rock space opera, Psycho Bettys From Planet Pussycat and Steve counters with the self-proclaimed "first gay steampunk musical," Prof. Tomfoolery Saves the Planet!
The OV crew shares their experiences from THE BINGE: A one time event where all four Purge films are watched and discussed. Remember, government officials ranking 10 or higher must remain unharmed, the use of weaponry above Class 4 is forbidden and police and emergency services are suspended.
Roger Moore makes his James Bond film debut and special guest Adam Miros makes his For Your Ears Only podcast debut! Join the boys as they discuss Live and Let Die: A hodgepodge of blaxploitation cliches and Paul McCartney music.
Moldy fridge or murderous alien creature? This week, the Bebop crew puts bounty hunting on the back burner to fight off a mutant lobster that has invaded the ship. Steve and Colin also take a look at the life and history of Steve Blum--American voice actor for Spike Spiegel.
Spend too much time on POPULIST CINEMA and the art house crowd starts to cry out for more content. The OV Crew obliges. Join us as we talk about the best films of 2018 so far that might not make it to your local multiplex, including The Rider, Let the Sunshine In, You Were Never Really Here, First Reformed and more!
Four episodes in and it's finally happened. Steve and Miros have found the worst film ever made. Is it Carrie Cain-Sparks James Bond parody, The Spy Who Boned Us or Z-grade horror/thriller, Fire Worms?
George Lazenby is OUT and Sean Connery is BACK (for the small price of a record-breaking salary). Jack and Jake settle in for this campy, divisive Bond flick featuring martinis and a moon buggy. What else do you need in film, really?
The Bebop crew visits Jet's old stomping ground, Ganymede, and encounter his ex-girlfriend along with her new criminal boyfriend. Plus, Steve and Colin take a the history of Jet Black's voice actor, Beau Billingslea.
A24 horror and Blumhouse RoboCop storm the cinema and the OV Boyz are here to tell you how to spend your hard earned money (or maybe just your daily MoviePass screening allotment).
On this episode of Caustic Content, Steve discovers a new sub-genre of films that rely entirely on green screen and antiquated CGI for EVERY. SINGLE. SCENE. This one also happens to be a super hero parody called The Amazing Bulk. Adam counters with an ostensibly erotic thriller called SheChotic that hates women almost as much as the director hates proper lighting and developing characters.
This week on Woolong Club, Steve and Colin discuss the Nazca Lines, terrible improv records featuring the Rolling Stones and the latest addition to the Bebop crew.
The cinematic trash train rolls on with two zero budget oddities. Steve subjects Miros to Love on a Leash, the story of a sassier, sexier Air Bud looking to get to the bone zone with a deeply disturbed woman so he can convince a magical fountain to turn him into a human. Miros counters with Revenge of The Animals; an AWARD-WINNING comedy (?) from Adam Griswold about murder, fame, camping and animal liberation...or something. God help us.
Jake introduces Shawn to Jim Jarmusch's psychedelic monochrome western, Dead Man.
The Bebop Crew chase down a handful of bounties (and a priceless medicinal plant) while Steve and Colin give you the story of the show's English voice director, Mary Elizabeth McGlynn
New episode and a NEW Bond: Jake and Jack take a look at George Lazenby's first (and only) appearance as James Bond in 1969's On Her Majesty's Secret Service.
Netflix, Amazon and Hulu might boast an impressive collection of films, but there's a lot of trash to wade through to get to the classics and hidden gems. So what happens when two friends ignore the good stuff, travel to the heart of darkness and seek out the absolute worst of the worst streaming online to pit them against one another in head-to-head competition? Pain. Suffering. Hopefully a mildly entertaining podcast.
Space truckers, obscure 80's metal bands and even a potential Cowboy Bebop spin-off that never made it off the ground. All this (and more) this week on Woolong Club.