Our Summer Poll is here, and we're happy to present four (hopefully) very fun options for you. Let us know which one suits you best!
Polish mermaid electro-pop horror-musical allegory about sexism. Whaddya need, a road map? Aaron & Pete watch THE LURE.
You can find us on iTunes, TuneIn, Stitcher, or in the heavenly voice of a mermaid.
We Love to Watch... na-na-na-na, na-na-na-na, na-na-na-na, na-na-na-na, BAD MOVIE!
Aaron & Pete give Burton Batman month the kiss of death with BATMAN & ROBIN, to guarantee that we're ready to put ole Bats and the gang to bed for awhile.
We're joined by Morgan Runice, who is kicking off a new podcast soon, and we'll post you about that as soon as we have details.
You can find us on Stitcher, iTunes, TuneIn, or as a signal in the sky.
Marcus Jones and Pete Moran go ahead and sidebar a bit after the pain and misery that is Ernest Goes to Africa, so that we might start at the beginning of Ernest's cinematic journey.
Dr. Otto was the first feature film to have Ernest in it, and boy is the first half of this sentence stretching the truth. However, this is ALSO the film debut of other Worrelverse characters like Dr. Otto and Auntie Nelda.
We Love to Watch... what has a guest and took 2 months off? These guys!
Burton Batman Month takes a drastic turn in another direction, loses most of a Burton, and gains the power of yelling. YOU WANT TO TALK ABOUT BATMAN FOREVER?! WELL, SURF'S UP, BIG KAHUNA!!!!
We're joined by Luke Seckington, as we get kissed by a rose and a riddle.
You can find more of us on Stitcher, TuneIn, ITunes, throwing our boss out of an office window because our oral review was disappointing, and Google Play.
We Love to Watch Penguin Pallbearers!
Burton's Batman month continues with BATMAN RETURNS, perhaps the most horny Batman movie of all time.
You can hear us on iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn, or playing inside the Batmobile.
We Love to Watch you dance with the Devil in the pale moonlight!
Our Burton Batman Month kicks off the only way we know how, with Burton's Batman movie, Batman: Dawn of the Modern Superhero Vs. Joker.
We chat about our history with the Caped Crusader (that's a classy name for Batman), and also the movie Batman, featuring the character of the Batman.
You can find us on ITunes, Stitcher, TuneIn, wanting us to get nuts and then, in fact, getting nuts, and Google Play.
For the final section of NOSTALGIA AUDIT month, bustin' makes us feel good with GHOSTBUSTERS II, the flawed but ultimately unfairly treated sequel to the comedy classic.
You can find us on Stitcher, TuneIn, iTunes, and being broadcast from that creepy oil painting in your living room.
Hope you'll forgive this interruption of Nostalgia Month, because we're celebrating our 100th episode the only way we know how:
Talking about 2017's most creechy movie, Monster Trucks! We're joined by Douglas Laman from Land of the Nerds. Thanks to all of you for helping us get to 100 episodes!
You can find more of Douglas as landofthenerds.blogspot.com, and you can find us on Stitcher, TuneIN, ITunes, trying to find our monster parents, and Google Play.
Maverick! It has Mel Gibson in it! You already know if you want to watch it.
For nostalgia month, we travel back to the old west (well, to the old television's version of the old west) to follow around a con man in a world full of con men.
You can find us on Stitcher, Tunein, iTunes, or on your ceiling. No, you can't find it on your ceiling. I have duped you, as conmen do. And now, I'm gone!
Nostalgia Month gets to the meat of the month, with the Kevin Bacon-starring, Tremors.
We're joined by our favorite dynamic duo, Dustin and Adam Koski. You can find their podcast, Vanishing Point, on ITunes,
You can find us on ITunes, Stitcher, Google Play, leaving this two-bit podcast for better things in the big city, and Tune-In.
We Love to Watch Disney take a gamble on a mysterious unknown, Paul Mall!
Disney is often associated with its animated features - and that's no mistake. All over its theme parks, its branding, and every media outlet, the giant associates itself with fan favorites like TInkerbell, Genie, Simba, and other animated heroes. Most of the time, their live action movies slip between the cracks of Disney history. Flight of the Navigator is just one of those Disney classics that is sadly neglected by the public - but not by Aaron Armstrong, who chose it as his pick for Nostalgia Audit month this year! Another fan of this movie as a kid is our guest, Beth Powder.
Featuring the voice of Paul Reubens, err, Paul Mall, this sci fi family film is a first for Pete Moran.
Beth makes fantastic playlists that are available on Spotify:
You can find us on iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn, and was placed by aliens in your body and can be made audible when translated through a NASA computer. iTunes is easier, I think.
We Love to Watch H.P. Lovecraft's EuroTrip!
Much like a relationships that can't last because one of you is a Lovercraftian monster, so too must our LOVE AND MONSTERS month comes to a close.
But we're ending with an absolute gem of a movie in 2015's Spring. See you next month for a trip down memory lane with a NOSTALGIA AUDIT MARCH.
You can find us on ITunes, Stitcher, Google Play, asking you for just 24 hours of listening to our podcast on a road trip to get to know us better, and TuneIn.
Hey WLTW fans!
Liz Lerner and Rick Kelley are back for our second episode of our occasional podcast, POD'S NOT DEAD. We talk about movies made for Christians, by Christians, and whether they work as "movies." Spoiler alert, so far... 0 for 2.
You can find our previous episode on this very feed back in August of 2017!
We Love to Watch... 'twas beauty killed the beast. Beauty-ful bullets
Ann Darrow is an actress, a performer, someone who knows how to put on a show. King Kong is a 25 foot gorilla who loves to smash dinosaurs. Opposites attract in this wacky 2005 remake of the classic romantic comedy, King Kong.
For Love & Monsters Month, we get to talk about a different kind of love, one that doesn't necessarily fit neatly into any specific box.
You can find We Love to Watch on iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn, or in the eyes of your lover.
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LOVE AND MONSTERS month flaps its little wings, and flies along with 1992's Bram Stoker's Dracula.
We're joined by Ethan Warren, who knows a little bit about making a movie with Keanu Reeves, expect for the part about Keanu Reeves (he made a movie is what we're saying).
You can find Ethan's work at westofher.com and ethanrawarren.com. You find us on ITunes, Stitcher, Google Play, defying death itself to seek revenge, and TuneIn.
We Love to Watch.... y'know. You know.
Aaron & Pete kick off Love & Monsters month with Guillermo Del Toro's romance-monster-drama about a woman who feels incomplete, and the "monster" who just may help with that.
You can find us on iTunes, Stitcher TuneIn, but if this bathroom is a leakin' a massive amount of water, don't you go and bother.
We Love to Watch full-frontal Tim Curry!
Ridley Scott followed up the one-two punch of Alien and Blade Runner with 1986's Legend. And we're following up the one-two punch of our last two episodes with another episode, *about* the movie Legend. Coincidence?
We're covering the much improved Director's Cut, but even if you've never seen that version before, we actually do our job, and tell you what's different!
You can find us on ITunes, Stitcher, disobeying the rules of the forest, and TuneIn.
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David Bowie, Jim Henson, Terry Jones, George Lucas, Elaine May all worked on a fucking movie, and that fucking movie is Labyrinth.
The story of a girl taking responsibility and learning a lesson, all set in a fantasy world built out of Jim Henson's imagination. Full of illusions, tricks, jokes - not to mention great puppetry - this movie has something for kids of all ages.
You can find us on iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIN, Google Music, and inside a crystal ball handled by a world class juggler.
We Love to Watch horses drown in sadness... no, not Bojack Horseman!
It's our second week of 80s fantasy month! We decided to pour you a shot and chaser, as we talk about The NeverEnding Story, and, as briefly as we can, its sequel.
We're joined by our own luck dragon, Carrie N., as we go through the magical world of Fantasia and the less magical world of also Fantasia, but shitty looking.
You can fine Carrie's work at:
And you can find us on ITunes, Stitcher, seeing the reflection of our audience in a mirror, and TuneIn.