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Lawyer and fellow Mel Brooks fan Brad Culpepper joins me to discuss one of my favorites comedies of all time, 1981's celebration of bad taste, History of the World, Part I

Halloween

Horror author and Haddonfield resident Matt Carter joins me to discuss the greatest horror movie of them all, and the template for just about every other scary movie that came afte...

The Mist

Horror movie fan Jessi Bentley joins me to discuss what I would argue is the greatest and most hardcore Stephen King horror movie of them all, 2007's The Mist

Frailty

Teacher and non-demon Jason Rasmussen joins me to discuss Bill Paxton and axes and religion and the creepy 2001 horror movie, Frailty

The Wicker Man

My own daughter, Vanessa Lanza, joins me to discuss her favorite horror movie of all time, the 1973 gut punch masterpiece, The Wicker Man

Copycat

Actor and screenwriter Mike Harlow joins me to discuss my favorite serial killer movie of all time, the 1995 psychological thriller, Copycat

The Skeleton Key

Movie theater projectionist Will Holston returns to discuss one of the most underrated horror movies of all time, Kate Hudson and the 2005 twist ending creepfest, The Skeleton Key

Open Water

Australian movie fan Cable Brandon joins me to discuss one of the creepiest movies ever made, the 2003 shark/snuff film, Open Water

The Illusionist

Professional DJ Amy Twieg joins me to discuss the better of the two magic movies from 2006, the masterpiece of art and misdirection and showmanship know as The Illusionist

The Prestige

Magic fan and Christopher Nolan expert Bruce Ragas joins me to discuss the better of the two magic movies from 2006, the twist ending masterpiece known as The Prestige

The Crow

Rock music journalist Aaron Conn joins me to discuss the tragedy and the triumph of the infamous 1994 Brandon Lee movie, The Crow

The Karate Kid Part 2

Former video store clerk Michael Allbright joins me to discuss a movie that I have always thought was quite beautiful. It's Tamlyn Tomita and a couple of other people in 1986's The...

Demolition Man

New Zealand science expert Joshua Muir joins me to discuss one of the goofiest sci-fi/action movies ever made, 1993's tribute to verbal morality and anal hygiene, Demolition Man

Titanic

Teacher and history expert Joni Newman joins me to discuss why Titanic never should have faced the backlash it did after it won Best Picture of 1997.

Drop Dead Gorgeous

Podcaster and former pageant winner Mike Bloom joins me to discuss one of the funniest movies of all time, 1999's ode to Jesus and America and young girls everywhere, Drop Dead Gor...

MacGruber

Andrew Dick of the That Week in SNL podcast joins me to discuss one of the most criminally underrated comedies of all time, Will Forte's masterpiece of bad taste, MacGruber

Horror movie fan Brian Farrell joins me to discuss what I would call the one pretty good Friday the 13th movie, 1986's so-far-ahead-of-its-time Friday the 13th Part 6: Jason Lives

Wag the Dog

Political movie fan Peter Haley joins me to discuss one of the great cynical comedies of the late 90's, the movie that predicted how the media would later be used to influence elec...

Johnny Dangerously

Improv comic/icehole George Hanns joins me to discuss one of my all-time favorite movies, the immensely quotable 1984 cult comedy Johnny Dangerously

Trick 'r Treat

Horror movie fan Jack Mourouzis joins me to discuss what might be the best horror movie anthology ever made, 2007's playful and fun, yet still incredibly creepy Trick 'r Treat

White Men Can't Jump

90's movie fan and former Jewish basketball legend Adi Heller joins me to talk about one of the greatest movies of the 90's, 1992's tale of perception and ethics and Jeopardy and s...

A Very Brady Sequel

Comedian and Brady Bunch enthusiast Taylor Cotter returns to the show to talk about 1996's much-darker-but-almost-as-funny-as-the-original A Very Brady Sequel

Borat

Podcaster and comedy historian Vic Shuttee joins me to celebrate what is maybe the funniest movie of all time, Sacha Baron Cohen's 2006 masterpiece, Borat

Mr. Mom

Therapist and child of the 80's Leann Lindsley joins me to discuss one of the great unsung comedies of the early 80's, Michael Keaton and Teri Garr in 1983's Mr. Mom.

The Last Samurai

The always eccentric Coach Benjamin Wade joins me to discuss a movie that had a big impact on his life, 2003's woefully underrated epic The Last Samurai

Ginger Snaps

YA horror author Fiona Carter joins me to discuss yet another great Canadian horror movie that should get a lot more attention, 2000's ode to teen lycanthropy, Ginger Snaps

Jackie Brown

Fellow Quentin Tarantino fan Will Holston joins me to discuss the one Tarantino movie that never got the love it deserved, 1997's ode to South Bay Los Angeles, Jackie Brown

80's movie fan Heather Cannon joins me to pay tribute to what I think was the best teen movie of the 80's, 1982's drama-disguised-as-a-comedy Fast Times at Ridgemont High.

Podcaster and new mom Jessica Liese joins me to talk about the ultimate nanny flick from hell, one of my favorite suspense thrillers ever, 1992's creepy/goofy The Hand That Rocks t...

Quick Change

Former New Yorker Celia Curran joins me to discuss the New York-bashing movie that Bill Murray once called one of the two funniest Bill Murray movies, 1990's woefully underapprecia...

The Last American Virgin

Younger version of me Michael Feeney joins me to discuss the obscure teen movie from the 80's with THAT ENDING that will just punch you right in the face, 1982's Last American Virg...

Blazing Saddles

Former NFL player and fellow Mel Brooks fan Brad Culpepper joins me to discuss the importance and the hilarity of the 1974 western spoof, Blazing Saddles

Mother

Actor and screenwriter Mike Harlow joins me to discuss the 1996 Albert Brooks/Debbie Reynolds masterpiece, Mother

The Sandlot

12-year-old baseball expert Joe O'Regan joins me to discuss the 1993 baseball classic, The Sandlot

Deathstalker 2

Writer/producer/director Jim Wynorski joins me to talk about my favorite B-movie of all time, the ridiculously fun Deathstalker 2 he created back in 1987

Rustlers' Rhapsody

Actor and comedy fan Jay Fischer joins me to discuss the brilliant meta comedy that was so far ahead of its time, it's Tom Berenger's 1985 magnum western opus Rustlers' Rhapsody...

The Changeling

Horror author and reviewer Matt Cowan joins me to discuss one of the greatest ghost story movies ever made, 1980's The Changeling starring George C. Scott

Podcaster and comedy historian Vic Shuttee joins me to discuss what I think was the funniest movie of the 2000's, the insane comedy masterpiece Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story

Clash of the Titans

Teacher and mythology fan Jason Rasmussen joins me to discuss the importance and the awesomeness of the original 1981 Clash of the Titans

Galaxy Quest

Star Trek expert Mark Kalzer joins me as we set our phasers to fun, and we discuss 1999's awesome sci fi parody Galaxy Quest

Fortress

Pop culture writer Robb Posch joins me to talk about a weird little movie that traumatized a lot of unsuspecting kids in the 80's, it's 1985's snuff film/kid's film, Fortress

Drag Me To Hell

Horror author Matt Carter joins me to discuss Sam Raimi's horror/comedy masterpiece, 2009's rollercoaster ride Drag Me To Hell

The Wizard

7-time video game champion Jason Lundgren joins me to discuss Fred Savage and the odd, incomprehensible universe of 1989's The Wizard

Kingpin

Ten-frame bowling Englishman Dennis Goodman joins me to discuss maybe the funniest movie ever that flopped in the theaters, 1996's Farrelly Brothers masterpiece, Kingpin

Loverboy

RHAP's own Rob Cesternino joins me to discuss a movie about sex, pizza, face-down photographs, and anchovies.  It's 1989's Loverboy starring Patrick Dempsey.

Little Miss Sunshine

Ice cream eater and winner Emily Malakoff joins me to discuss that fun little indie movie with the awesome ending, 2006's Little Miss Sunshine

Not Another Teen Movie

Token young guy Kevin Cummins joins me to discuss one of the funniest movies of the 2000's, the masterpiece of bad taste known as 2001's Not Another Teen Movie

Spaceballs

Movie fan and trivia expert Sarah Casa joins me to discuss Dark Helmet, Druish princesses, and the censored vs. non-censored versions of 1987's Spaceballs

Arlington Road

Hollywood screenwriter Brian Scully joins me to discuss maybe the greatest paranoia thriller of them all, 1999's unbelievably vicious Arlington Road

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