We Love to Watch… the only time Aaron has been called a “gentleman”
We're kicking off our third incarnation of Musical May with the great Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. We're joined by wonderful laugher, Anthony Pizzo, and all of us, are so, so, so, so sorry for what you're about to endure.
Like....I don't know what this is. But we're back on track next week with Singin' in the Rain!
DEATH TO PETER MORAN. DEATH TO AARON ARMSTRONG. WE LOVE TO WATCH!
"What is Real, man?" Month hits the "weird one" with 199's eXistenZ, David Cronenberg's pseudo follow up to Videodrome.
It's a good one, but tell me the truth, are we still in the podcast?
Join us next week as we wrap up the month with Tron and Tron: Legacy!
We Love to Watch “I stink, therefore I am.. The Thirteenth Floor!” - Desfartes
We Love to Watch when the world stops being polite and starts being real
As our April Month starting late or is it just a glitch in The Matrix? We'll find out as we kick off "What's even real?" Month with the Wachowskis' 1999 masterpiece.
Next week, we stay in 1999 (or do we?) for The Thirteenth Floor!
WE LOVE TO WATCH A MOVIE FOR THE 150TH TIME!
Our 150th episode has arrived, and to celebrate, we're watching the worst movie we've ever done for the show, probably.
A Ted Danson vehicle, a Macauley Culkin vehicle, or a Gaillard Sartain vehicle? Who can say. Let's not get mad, let's get even. With Dad. That's the title of the movie.
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We Love to Watch… Aaron, is it just me, or is this movie a little xenomorphobic?
We wrap up space horror month with the one that started it all, 1979's Alien! Hope you're ready for us to rip this one to sheds....with love.
Join us next month as we kick off, "What's Even Real, Man?" Month with 1999's The Matrix!
We Love to Watch PINBACKER: ORIGINS
This week, Aaron & Pete talk Danny Boyle and Alex Garland's SUNSHINE, a movie about blowing up the sun to save it.
You can find us on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, Tunein, and inside your sunroom.
We Love to Watch X GONNA GIVE IT TO YA
Welcome to our second episode of our Space Horror month where we cover the best Friday movie (yes, really) Jason X!
We also talk a lot about flat earthers, because have you seen Behind the Curve? Wow.
Join us next week for Danny Boyle's Sunshine!
We Love to Watch h a s s u c h o k o k t h i n g s t o s h o w y o u
SPACE HORROR month kicks off with the cult horror movie Event Horizon, thus completing our Sam Neill Goes Fucking Nuts trilogy with Possession and In the Mouth of Madness.
You can find us on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, and on a video screen on an abandoned space ship.
We trek forward into Star Trek II: the Wrath of Khan, surely the first time a movie podcast has ever covered this movie. Pretty obscure stuff, not sure if any nerds like this one. We did!
We're joined by the eloquent Andrew Bloom, writer for the Consequence of Sound, and his own blog, The Andrew Blog.
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We don’t love to watch Germans causing mischief
America's Very Specific Sweetheart's Month goes out with a whimper, as we learn the hard way why Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan should only star opposite each other.
Grab a drink, because we're getting through 1994's I.Q. and 1986's The Money Pit in a battle for which is worse! (Spoiler: It ends in a tie).
We Love to Watch the story of how Aaron & Pete met
For our last good movie of Meg Ryan & Tom Hanks' Rom Com month (aka, MEG'S GONNA GIVE IT TO YA!), we decided to do another Nora Ephron movie, and bring on resident sweetie David Clarke. David has started a new job editing content at Drawfee.
Here's the Dark Souls video we referenced:
Here's his twitter:
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We Love to Watch suffers from an incurable brain cloud!
For our first entry in our Tom Hanks/Meg Ryan month, MEG'S GONNA GIVE IT TO YA, we start with the oddball adventure film, Joe Vs. the Volcano!
We Love to Watch ill-timed parental explosions!
We're wrapping up our second 80s Fantasy Month with our first Terry Gilliam movie, Time Bandits!
We Love to Watch knows to never trust a man whose eyebrows meet!
Up next in our Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy Month/Double Fantasy Side Two (The Yoko Side) we're covering Neil Jordan's THE COMPANY OF WOLVES, a feminist fairy tale re-imagining based on Angela Carter's stories.
You can find us on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, or in the eyes of your wolf lover.
We Love to Watch hosts, Peter Moran and Aaron Armstrong, officially begin their 5 year mission, to teach Peter about Star Trek.
We begin by showing Peter the first movie, along with the TOS episodes, “Devil in the Dark,” “Amok Time,” and “City on the Edge of Forever.”
We’re pleased to kick off our mission with guest, Bruce “Glorbes” Ross. Listen in horror as Peter asks straight-faced questions like, “What’s guy with the Scottish accent’s name?” and thinks we’re kidding when we tell him Ricardo Montlaban is Khan.
Next month, we’re covering The Wrath of Khan, and “Space Seed!”
We Love to Watch the death of a generation’s innocence!
Our Dark Fantasy Month marches on with 1985's Return to Oz, the movie that terrified many. Not us though, since we're brave boys who waited until our 30s to watch it.
We're joined by Senior Editor for Consequence of Sound, Andrew Bloom!
Check out his awesome companion essay at www.theandrewblog.net/2019/01/15/ret…f-the-rainbow/ and find more of his writing at consequenceofsound.net/author/andrew-bloom/ !
We Love to Watch… Incelot!
John Boorman, lovable oddball, was kind enough to bless us with perhaps the definitive cinematic version of Camelot with EXCALIBUR. Will Aaron & Pete be able to pull the sword from the stone? Probably not, but this description body needed more words so here we go!
You can find us on iTunes, Spotify, TuneIn, Stitcher, or coming from the voicebox of the Lady of the Lake.
We Love to Watch… the best movies of last year!
Happy 2019! We're celebrating the only way we know how! By finally getting around to ranking the best movies of 2017, with guest Joseph J. Finn!
I hope enjoy hearing us discuss movies you're all sick of talking about, while real critics are talking about 2018!