Dan and Sammie are once again joined by Dan's brother Adam Sellers to discuss the 1997 crime drama LA Confidential and speak with special call-in celebrity guests Randy Newman and author James Ellroy.
Sammie and Dan discuss Mel Brooks' 1974 western-comedy classic Blazing Saddles! Some technical issues almost torpedo'd this episode, but the guys pulled it together to offer a unique show about their favorite comedy.
Sammie and Dan discuss the 1996 Barry Levinson drama, Sleepers.
Dan and Sammie are once again joined by special guest Jeff Cochran to discuss Shane Black's 2005 action-comedy-mystery Kiss Kiss Bang Bang.
Dan and Sammie talk about the latest installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Spider-Man: Homecoming, and Sammie talks to the character's creator and a fellow Avenger.
Sammie and Dan are joined by special guest Jeff Cochran to discuss the latest installment in the Alien franchise, Alien: Covenant.
A compilation episode of the various call-in's we've had including actors like Al Pacino, George Takei, Michael Caine, Richard Dreyfuss, along with global figures such as George Lucas, Barack Obama and Donald Trump, and characters such as Kermit the Frog, serial killer Jamie Gumm and Jay & Silent Bob.
Sammie and Dan once again join forces to discuss Steven Spielberg's 1975 shark-horror classic JAWS. Sammie also speaks with actor Richard Dreyfuss and creative guru George Lucas.
Dan and Sammie discuss the 2016 indie comedy Swiss Army Man starring Paul Dano and Daniel Radcliffe, about a marooned man and his friendship with a farting corpse.
Dan and Sammie are joined by their pal and film festival judge Annie Titus to discuss the 1991 horror thriller The Silence of the Lambs. This is the second in a two-part episode. Sammie and Annie talk to legendary actor Al Pacino and the real life Buffalo Bill serial killer.
Dan and Sammie are joined by their pal and film festival judge Annie Titus to discuss the 1991 horror thriller The Silence of the Lambs. This is the first in a two-part episode.
Sammie and Dan are once again joined by special guest Chad Hunt to enjoy some Coors and discuss the 1977 comedy classic "Smokey and the Bandit."
Dan and Sammie discuss filming their latest short horror film Midnight Shift with the rest of the cast and crew on location.
Dan and Sammie talk about Kevin Smith's 1994 indie-cult classic "Clerks." A phone call from Jay & Silent Bob interrupts the conversation about Smith's cinematic universe and career.
Sammie and Dan discuss David Fincher's 1995 horror hit "Se7en" starring Brad Pitt, Morgan Freeman, Gweneth Paltrow and Kevin Spacey.
"This is a Fine Podcast and Worth Listening to. I Agree with the Second Part." - Morgan Freeman
Sammie and Dan are once again joined by filmmaker Jaysen Buterin to discuss Jim Henson's 1982 fantasy cult classic "The Dark Crystal" and some unusual and inebriated guests call in to discuss discontentment and puppetry.
Dan and Sammie are joined by filmmaker Jaysen Buterin to discuss the 1983 horror cult classic "Sleepaway Camp." The guys also speak with the star of the film, Felissa Rose!
Sammie and Dan are once again joined by actor Tom Gore to discuss the 1999 sci-fi comedy Galaxy Quest, live from MystiCon in Roanoke, VA!
Dan and Sammie are joined by special guest Alexander Folmar to talk about the Coen Brothers' 2007 masterpiece No Country for Old Men. The crew dissects this film and looks for deeper meaning within the meaningless.
Sammie and Dan are joined by special guest (and fellow comic book man) Alexander Folmar of the Name Redacted Podcast to discuss one of the MCU's best installments, Captain America: The Winter Soldier. This is the second of a two-part episode and features a couple of phone calls from some prominent politicians.
Sammie and Dan are joined by special guest (and fellow comic book man) Alexander Folmar of the Name Redacted Podcast to discuss one of the MCU's best installments, Captain America: The Winter Soldier. This is the first of a two-part episode, so be sure to listen to the exciting conclusion in episode 38.2!
Dan and Sammie talk about Ridley Scott's 1982 sci-fi classic, Blade Runner, based on Phillip K. Dick's novel "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep." The guys get deep into the amazing visuals, behind-the-scenes, and the deeper meaning of the film. They also discuss the upcoming sequel, Blade Runner 2049.
Sammie and Dan discuss the 1980 comedy-musical, SNL-based classic The Blues Brothers, the John Landis film that stars Dan Ackroyd and John Belushi with special appearances by a plethora of blues legends.
A compilation episode of the various call-in's we've had, including politicians like Bernie Sanders, Donald Trump and Bill Clinton, to celebrities such as Gilbert Gottfried, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Vincent Price and "otherworldly" beings such as Gozer the Gozerian and Pazuzu the Demon.