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First you see nothing, then you see a glimmer, and then you're dead. We watched the last major Seagal studio movie and boy oh boy was it a doozy. Credit card razors? Check. Monsoons in LA? Check. Powdered Deer Penis? You bet your ass. Please join us for this blatant rip off of Se7en.
 
KUMATE! It's commentary time for a flawless movie starring everyone's favorite Belgo-American Jean Claude Van Damme. Playing the functioning mute Frank Dux, JCVD must win a deadly martial arts tournament to bring honor to his dying burglary victim slash teacher.
 
Charlotte didn't let her circumstances and the discouragement of others stand in the way of her goal of becoming a published author; she got knocked down over and over before she was able to present the world with one of the most beloved heroines in literary history. Along the way, we have a chance to talk about the lives of her literary sisters: E…
 
We'll take you to the bank...the blood bank! Steven Seagal is Mason Storm and apparently he is hard to kill. Oh he also "grew up in the Orient"...that's a line in this movie. It's a delightfully good time to watch. One of Seagal's best movies, which isn't saying much. Just listen to up ramble and gush over Seagal.…
 
(whispering) The Octagon...he knows...we know...nothing about what the fuck is going on in this movie. Clearly made on a shoestring budget and mostly in a mexican restaurant and/or a desert. Chuck Norris whispers his way towards defeating ninjas or his brother, it's unclear
 
If someone you love is diagnosed with cancer you want them to get the best treatment from the best doctors. In 2013, patients in Michigan thought Farid Fata was that doctor. Between his prestigious education, years of experience and pleasant bedside manner, Fata was everything you could want in a doctor. But he was not who he appeared to be. From W…
 
A new spin-off focusing on sci-fi/space type movies and we are starting with Ridley Scott's Alien which neither of us have seen. We discuss face huggers, 2% milk blood, scurrying xenomorphs, and how that cat was both the most and least valuable member of the Nostromo...oh plus a new theme song.
 
A JCVD classic...a group of wealthy psychopaths hunt the deadliest game of all, MAN! But more specifically they try to hunt the mullet attached to Jean Claude Van Damme. John Woo directs, bullets fly, New Orleans does not come out looking great...oh and Wilford Brimley is there too doing a cajun/creole nonsensical accent.…
 
We finish up our two-part series on women who ran for the US presidency in days gone by. Belva Lockwood ran in 1884 and 1888, and Shirley Chisholm threw her hat into the POTUS ring in the 1972 election. Neither candidate won the office, but they were both victorious at shattering glass ceilings to make room for women to come. Remastered from 2016.…
 
Here in the US, voting for the 2020 Presidential election has begun so we're revisiting the life of the very first woman to run for the American Presidency in 1872. Victoria Woodhull crafted a life for herself from very raw materials, she traveled from an abusive childhood to an aristocratic end and, throughout it all, was a woman ahead of her time…
 
Once upon a time in the dark ages of podcasting, two friends set out on a quest to bring the stories of historical women to your ears. In this episode, we have some speculative history, a few predictions about the future, and a peek behind the curtain in this, our tenth year! Thanks for listening!
 
Sisi was a shy young noblewoman who was plucked from obscurity and shoved onto the world stage with very little warning. She found the limelight a difficult place in which to live, but her beauty and her genuine concern for the common people earned her the status of a reluctant icon. Sisi's ultimate death shocked the whole world.…
 
Our last canonical Bond movie, we dive into Spectre. From great henchmen, to fantastic women, to a mediocre villain, but maybe most importantly...what is the custodial services situation like at Blofeld's desert lair? We ask the important questions, damn it. Finally, we do a little bond DFS draft at the end of the pod.…
 
We celebrate and mourn our last available Roger Moore film. It does not disappoint as 007 goes to Greece to square off against the greek underworld and also a hockey team at one point. We've got underwater scenes, women half Roger's age, car chases, Game of Thrones actors, and crossbows!
 
A new commentary based mini series where we experience the glory that is the Mission Impossible movies. Why did we start with the second and worst of them? Unclear, but friend of Whiskey Wednesday Andrew will be joining us for this grand expedition into the world of MI.
 
Do you like aged 80's action stars? Regrettable puns? Bad CGI blood squibs? Shallow characters and premium shots of Eastern Europe? Well friendo, have we got the movie for you...Expendables 2! Our good friend Erik the Red joins to break down not the best action movie but certainly the MOST action movie in quite a while.…
 
We thought we could all use an example of a woman who faced an unexpected disaster of titanic proportions and not only survived, but used her brains, bravery, and wits to help others also survive in the process. Join us as we revisit our 2012 coverage of Margaret "Molly" Brown, and our own Field Trip to visit the Titanic (sort of) on the 108th anni…
 
Our first recording on the new equipment so hopefully we are less abrasive on the old earballs. This is a movie with Dolph Lundgren and Brandon Lee...it's only 75 minutes too. It contains some of the strangest buddy cop moments ever. It's simple amazing.
 
A 15 minute boat/balloon chase to open the movie, Denise Richards as Dr. Christmas Jones, A masterclass in ouchy faces by Pierce...this movie is everything and nothing at the same time. We try to dissect it but there is so much going on as we view Desmond Llewelyn's last turn as Q.
 
No, Licence is not spelled wrong it's just spelled British-like. Bond goes rogue to avenge Felix in a very 80's way...we're talking sharks, drugs, boats, bar fights, budweisers, and more. Not to mention the strangest cameo I've seen in a while courtesy of Wayne Newton.
 
Much has been made of hair-care mogul Madam CJ Walker, but before the Walker empire existed, there was her mentor Annie Turnbo Malone, whose innovation, drive, and concern for her fellow humans have been overshadowed by her more flamboyant protegée. We're going to tell you both of their stories today.…
 
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