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We're bringing some controversial opinions to the table this week, as we tackle Charlie Kaufman and Spike Jonze's Adaptation! Nic Cage is as good as ever, but we just can't escape the feeling that we'd rather be following Donny than Charlie. Please don't get mad at us.niall, morgan による
 
It's all about family this week, as we boost some cars, deal with the realities of naming a character Freb, marvel at bizarre set design, contrived heroin subplots and whatever that thing is on Angelina Jolie's head - it's Gone in Sixty Seconds, and it whips.ryan, niall による
 
We've got the inscrutable Travolta passion project that is L. Ron Hubbard's Battlefield Earth this week, and hoo boy, this one's a doozy. Bizarre camerawork, Korn meets Tom of Finland costuming, Forest Whitaker being debased by the movie, and for some reason Barry Pepper in a leading role. Folks, the vibes are rancid.…
 
We've got yet another BDP classic this week, as we tackle 1998's Snake Eyes! Cage brings the fire as corrupt cop Ricky, and while De Palma hits us with all his usual flair, it's hard not to second guess some of the messages being thrown out by an otherwise fine movie.ryan, niall による
 
We're fully on board with the Golden Age of Cage this week, as we take a look at maximalist action masterpiece, The Rock! Watch out for Ed Harris' green orbs of death, Sean Connery's incredible drone metal hair, Tony Todd's absolutely hilarious death, and the return of an old friend.ryan, niall による
 
We're joined this week by good friend of the show Alex Keswick (@cellobuster) to discuss the actually pretty damn good Get Shorty! James Gandolfini is bringing the fire, Danny DeVito is the best around, and Travolta actually kinda feels like a movie star! You can find Alex's music at https://drn-007.bandcamp.com/…
 
After nearly six months of freedom, Borat is back with the absolutely excruciating Borat Supplemental Reportings. It's an hour-forty of the worst goofs and gags imaginable, so you know we had to suffer through it. Sacha Baron Cohen, please retire.ryan, niall による
 
Ahead of next week's return to Borat Hell, we're making some predictions about what'll surely be an agonizing experience, as well as tackling the Nic Cage classic (?) Tapped in Paradise! Is this the most miserable comedy ever made? Is Dana Carvey the worst to ever do it? What was the point of putting Madchen Amick in this turd?…
 
We've hit Cagolta Club's first major milestone this week, with what is probably Travolta's most iconic role and best performance. Quentin Tarantino may be a real creep, but Pulp Fiction still (mostly) shine thanks to great performances - including from our boy - and a great sense of style.ryan, niall による
 
Sometimes a movie is just good, is the thing. That's certainly the case this week, as we take a journey down to Wyoming to watch Red Rock West! It's the most perfect TV movie possible, as three of the greats face off in a western noir that your dad definitely would love to find on TNT on a Thursday afternoon!…
 
We can scarcely believe it possible, but we've finally found a movie that's almost as bad as Bruco; 1993's Deadfall! It's Cage at his absolute worst in a movie that nobody could give less of a shit about, but hey, at least the wig's great! PLUS we run down the horrible, dreadful Borat news! Pray for us.…
 
This week we're tackling what could've been one of the funniest movies ever made, if only it wasn't so fucking boring, Staying Alive! Nothing happens in this movie, but that's okay, because we're back with Tony Manero for some absolutely hilarious Travolta closeups, and more Frank Stallone than you could ever want or need!…
 
What happens when you make a fan-fic film based on Elvis' greatest hits? Apparently you get Honeymoon in Vegas, a movie that not only features no honeymooning, but also barely any Vegas! Instead, Cage goes absolutely wild, Sarah Jessica Parker really wants to conform to gender norms, and it all gets really, really racist when Peter Boyle shows up.…
 
It's an absolutely monumental moment in Cagolta Club history this week; they said it couldn't be done, but we've finally found it, a good movie with John Travolta in the lead. Sure, that's partly down to Brian de Palma, John Lithgow, and the world's most bizarre frog sound effects, but we did it.ryan, niall による
 
We're joined once again by our good friend Rose to discuss 1990's Wild at Heart, by David Lynch! An incredible film, featuring one of the most grotesque men to ever live, Nic Cage's Elvis impression, and a heaping helping of Twin Peaks cast members.ryan, rose, niall による
 
How does a movie that features dudes in mesh shirts, people getting incinerated by lightning, eggs everywhere, and a mechanical bullriding contest also manage to be one of the most boring romance-dramas ever made? Just add Travolta and a terrible Texan accent!ryan, niall による
 
We've finally arrived at possibly the greatest performance of Nic Cage's career, Vampire's Kiss! A masterpiece of overacting, soured somewhat by a very 1980's understanding of mental health issues, Vampire's Kiss is still a heck of a time.NEXT WEEK: 1980's Urban Cowboy!ryan, niall による
 
It's an all singing, all dancing episode of Cagolta Club as we review Grease! What's up with all these 45 year olds playing teens? Why is one of the Scorpions a full on leatherman? Most importantly, are the songs any good?Stay tuned, because next week it gets crazy, with Vampire's Kiss!ryan, niall による
 
It's yet another Italian-American Stereotype extravaganza this week, as we tackle 1987's Moonstruck! Do Nic Cage and Cher have any chemistry? Why is nobody singing? What's the one missing element that would put this totally fine flick over the top? PLUS, a bite-sized look at Cage's newest movie, Willy's Wonderland, which sucks!NEXT WEEK: Grease!…
 
Cagolta Club takes a turn for the worst this week, as we dissect 1977's Saturday Night Fever, a movie that for all its hilarious outfits and disco beats, forgets to ever have anything approaching a likeable or sympathetic character.Next week: Moonstruck!ryan, niall による
 
We're joined this week by poet Arlyn LaBelle to talk 1987's Coen Brothers classic, Raising Arizona! Is this the best movie we've ever done for the show? Almost definitely. Does this movie hate cops and Reagan? Hell yeah it does. What's it like to watch a movie with a smile again? Only one way to find out!See you next week for 1977's Saturday Night …
 
It's time for possibly the most bizarre movie we've done yet, as John Travolta dons his Among Us spacesuit for The Boy in the Plastic Bubble! Marvel at Travolta's plastic coffin, his sociopathic tendencies, and a completely uncooperative child actor! Charge those JO crystals, 'cause this one's wild.NEXT WEEK: 1987's Raising Arizona!…
 
We're taking Nic Cage on for the first time on this week's Cagolta Club, with the absolutely wretched Valley Girl, from 1983! Wooden acting, a dreadful script, an unmoving camera, and a hot MILF; it's Cage without any of the fun.Next week: 1976's The Boy in the Plastic Bubble!ryan, niall による
 
A new day has dawned her at Subsequent Moviepodcast, as our new year long series, Cagolta Club debuts! We're kicking things off with 1976's Carrie, directed by Brian de Palma and based on Stephen King's novel of the same name. It's the most 70's ass movie of all time, and while our boy John Travolta only has around 10 minutes of screentime, he sure…
 
After over a year of waiting, the day of Retribution has finally arrived. Niall and Ryan tackle God's Perfect Film this week, as Paul W.S Anderson and Milla Jovovich's opus, Resident Evil: Retribution is on the docket. Clones, catsuits, and corporations collide in a titanic battle, with only winner, and he's sitting in the Oval Office.…
 
The internet's premier Albert Wesker fancast is here to talk the fourth instalment of God's Perfect Franchise this week, as Alice, Claire and some dead-meats get locked up in LA. Chris is there too, I guess, but what's really important is that Shawn Roberts, the world's greatest actor, has made his grand entrance.…
 
We're back with a brand new mini-series to warm you up over the holiday season! We're cozying up with Uncle Paul and Aunt Milla to tackle the astonishingly goofy Resident Evil films, and we start this week by descending into The Hive for the only one of these that is sort of an actual movie. Marilyn Manson, roundhouse kicks, laser hallways and awkw…
 
We did it! After 52 miserable weeks, we're once again joined by good friend John Michonski to finally put a bow on Borat, with our fourth and final viewing of Borat 2, the most aggressively pointless film ever made. See you next week, for Bruno Club!ryan, niall, john による
 
We're joined by returning friend of the show @scottblah this week to ring in the election in style! Ryan has the scoop on the results, we run down all eights laughs that the movie offers up, and continue to unravel the real mysteries of who among the cast is real, and who's a plant.scott, ryan, niall による
 
Fresh off our commentary track/live reaction, we go hard on Borat 2 with the most in-depth review we could possibly muster. Is this movie any good? What works and what doesn't? Is it possible to like this even less than the original? We're gonna talk it out.ryan, niall による
 
The big day is here at last! In part one of episode 49, the boys watch and react to Borat 2. Watch along, or just listen to their pain as they experience SBC's newest banger. Has an unlucky Texan been pranked in both movies now? Are there any laughs to be had here? Raw, uncut, and unhinged, we're here to find out.…
 
The boys reach the ultimate milestone this week, as they view the original Borat for the 48th and final time. Have we seen Azamat's balls more than anyone else alive? How do we feel about the journey, and the future, with Borat 2 now a week out? Most importantly, which of our favourite three characters would we fuck, marry, and kill?…
 
So, here we are. Borat 2 has an official release date, as well as a trailer, and a "hilarious" accompanying Twitter account (@KazakhstanGovt). The boys are unhappy to say the least, as they seek to be put of their misery at last. Will purgatory ever end? Yes; in just a couple weeks.ryan, niall による
 
As the boys tense up over Borat 2's impending release, Ryan has an intimate viewing experience, we cast the Borat slasher movie, come to terms with how profoundly sad SBC's cries for attention are, and ask the important question: what if this movie is good, actually?ryan, niall による
 
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