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.

Peter Moran

We Love to Watch White Knighting a Pig! 

Disney's 25th Animated Feature almost ruined the company. Overbudget, delayed multiple times, abandoned by multiple directors, hampered by producer oversight, and, perhaps worst of all, hemmed in by Disney's apprehension to sequels forcing a lot of content in a small movie. All of that makes for a trouble production, but does that make for a troubled movie? Aaron & Pete decide if The Black Cauldron is worth a shot for fans nostalgic of Disney.

You can find We Love to Watch on Stitcher, Tunein, ITunes, and deep within the murky waters of a prophetic pig's trough.

Peter Moran

We Love to Watch... the best movies from last year!

While all your fat cat critics friends get 'press passes" to watch new movies, the Watchboys finally caught up with the old ones!

Join us, and guest Joseph J. Finn, as we count down the best movies of 2016.

Peter Moran

We Love to Watch Geena Davis get a leading roll, which is unfortunately rare as women over 40 are phased out of Hollywood.

We're giving 2017 and our Very Shane Black Christmas Month the long kiss goodnight, by talking about a little movie called, Cube 2: Hypercube*

*This is a lie. It is The Long Kiss Goodnight. We're working on our honesty for our New Year's Resolution, and we're very sorry to end the year with a blatant falsehood.

You can find us on ITunes, and in the confessional.

Peter Moran

We Love to Watch this movie in 2004, preferably!

Two podcasters. Aaron carries a microphone. Peter is one. He's the only podcaster on ITunes registered as a LETHAL TALKER.

We're keeping on the Shane Black Express with a stop at his first big movie, Lethal Weapon. Joining us, is writer/director Zach Grooten.

You can watch Zach's film Subletting on Vimeo (, and you can find us on ITunes, Stitcher, chained to a radiator, and Google Play.

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Peter Moran

We Love to Watch what are we doing here, like a subtitle or something? Seems like more trouble than it's worth.

A Very Shane Black Christmas rolls on with KISS KISS BANG BANG, Black's triumphant come back after the financial failure of A LONG KISS GOODNIGHT. We really didn't do this month in the right order at all, did we?

Part Hollywood satire, part neo-noir, part buddy comedy, and with Shane Black in the director's chair, this is the writer/director at his most pure. Is that a good or a bad thing?  

You can find us on iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn, and playing in your head as a self-conscious narrator.

Peter Moran

We Love to Watch white-washing be redeemed!

Oh, the weather outside is frightful/

But Shane Black's movies are delightful /

And since, why the fuck not? /

It's A Very Merry Shane Black Christmas on We Love To Watch!

We're kicking it off with Iron Man 3, and joined by Land of the Nerd's Douglas Laman.

If you like the MCU, buckle up, because we'll probably never talk about it again!

You can find Doug's writing at

You can find us on Stitcher, Soundcloud, ITunes, TuneIn, by going to our home address that we taunted the villain with, or Google Play.

Peter Moran

We love to Watch... Aaron, you alright buddy?

Aaron & Pete conclude our tribute month to the late great George A. Romero with Land of the Dead. Just the two watchboys this week, so we might better protect our sweet precious angel Land of the Dead. It really tries so hard, and you just have to give it a chance.

You can find us on iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn, or just look at the fireworks up in the sky.

Peter Moran
WLTW Presents: Hey Vern, it's a Podcast! ERNEST GOES TO JAIL
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Marcus Jones (Crushed Celluloid, Jean-Pod Van Damme) and Pete Moran continue their limited run series for the WLTW network, Hey Vern, it's a Podcast! with ERNEST GOES TO JAIL.

You can find us at and

Our show is found on Stitcher, TuneIn, iTunes, and your podcatcher of choice.

Peter Moran

We Love to Watch... the jocks vs. the nerds in this laugh-a-minute 80s comedy!

Some days are Thursday. Sometimes, Monday. Others, the Days of our Lives. Very rarely, you can be In Between Days.

But there's only one, DAY OF THE DEAD. Thankfully, there's two Koski brothers, Dustin and Adam and we got 'em both to talk about George Romero's third entry in his dead series.

Make sure and check out the Koski's new podcast, The Vanishing Point, on ITunes.

And you can find more We Love to Watch episodes on ITunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Soundcloud, doing scientifically dubious experiments on corpses, and TuneIn.

Peter Moran

When there's no more room on the radio, the dead will start a podcast.

Our Romero month continues with Dawn of the Dead, the movie that proves that sometimes it's best to hit the snooze button first thing in the morning (*canned studio laughter*)

We're joined by special guest star, Salim Garami, who knows what happens when it's truly morning in America....for zombies. (*light studio chuckles*)

So grab your Mall Talk game and join us! (*studio audience asks to be moved to Fallon*)

You can check out Salim's great work and writing at: 


You can find us on ITunes, Stitcher, Google Play, Soundcloud, escaping bloody mayhem on a helicopter, and TuneIn.

Peter Moran

We Love to Watch Aaron succumb to an infection caused by a mysterious bite...

A thing came from the treeline. At first we thought it was just some drunk who got lost in the backwoods, so we tried not to look. But he came right for us. Right for us. And he got Aaron. Right on his arm. We managed to get away - the guy was slow, clumsy - but Aaron's not responding. So it looks like Marcus Jones of Crushed Celluloid/Jean-Pod Van Damme is going to have to step up and take control.

This week, We Love to Watch, will talk NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, one of the most important horror movies of all time, and the first entry in our George A. Romero tribute month.

We're joined by the multi-talented Ethan Warren - author, playwright, filmmaker, and all-around Good Boy.

You can find us on Stitcher, TuneIn, Soundcloud, or if you hold the bunny ears juuuust right on an old battered television

Peter Moran
DECEMBER POLL: Shane Black Christmas Vs. Christmas Horror

For our second public poll on We Love to Watch, we're reaching out to you to determine the fate of our December.

We've got two great ideas, but we want YOU to tell us what you want to watch. There's a twist though: this time, we'll provide what the options are, so you can make your most informed decision. 

For our first option, Aaron and Pete will delve deeper into the Christmas Horror canon, and come up with two international versions of a killer Christmas.

Sick of horror? Sick of killer Santas? Well, then Shane Black, famous-Christmas lover, will provide our alternate option. 


Option 1: Christmas Horror, Vol. 2

Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale

Christmas Evil

Santa's Slay



Option 2: A Very Shane Black Christmas

Lethal Weapon

Iron Man 3

The Long Kiss Goodnight

Kiss Kiss Bang Bang

Peter Moran
Our RESIDENT EVIL Halloween Spooktacular!

We love to watch corporate zombies!... No, literal corporate zombies.

For our Spooktacular Spooktober Special, Aaron & Pete will discuss... a video game?

In a WLTW first, we'll be discussing the original Resident Evil game (well, actually the 2002 remake), the script that George A. Romero tried to get made adapting that, and the Paul W.S. Anderson adaptation we actually got. Would George have done the original more justice? has the game gotten a decent adaptation yet?

You can find us on iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn, and on your official Umbrella Corporation password-encrypted computer.

Peter Moran

We Love to Watch the movie that got David Cronenberg evicted!

We are sad to report that Slugfest has passed away, at the ripe old age of four weeks.

This recording is the last time Aaron and Peter will speak in the language of the gods, The Slugfest voice.

In lieu of flowers, please listen to our episode on David Cronenberg's Shivers.

You can find us on ITunes, Google Music, TuneIn, Stitcher, heading to the city to infect the residents, and Soundcloud.

Peter Moran
Spooktober is here with SLUGFEST 2017!


It's the most wonderful time for some fear! 

It's time for We Love To Watch’s most sacred time of the year, Spooktober! (we’re PresyBOOtarians). Both of the Watchboys are trying to watch at least 31 new-to-us horror movies in celebration. As well, we have a whole slew of spooky surprises to celebrate the monster wonderful time of the year! 

SLUGFEST starts next week with 1988’s SLUGS by Juan Piquer Simón. 

Then, we're going to tackle the zombie camp classic by Fred Dekker, NIGHT OF THE CREEPS.

After that, we're going to watch a nice companion to Creeps, and also, one of James Gunn's first movies before he became a darling of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in SLITHER. We'll be joined by Morgan Runice, first time guest!

Then, we're going to end SLUGFEST with David Cronenberg's SHIVERS, aka, the Apartment Complex That Couldn't Stop Having Orgies. 

Like all good things, Slugfest must then come to an end, and with it, Spooktober...



We've got two more Spooky surprises for your Spooktober listening!

The first is Ernest Scared Stupid, for WLTW Presents: Hey Vern, It's a Podcast with Marcus Jones, and this time - featuring our own Aaron Armstrong as guest.

Then, we will finally cap our month with a Spooktober Special that will transition us into the George A. Romero Memorial Month in November - we're doing a three-way Spooktober Halloween Special that covers:

1. Resident Evil (2002) - the original horror game, remade with shinier graphics and some new content. See where the franchise all began. 

2. The script by George A. Romero and Peter Grumwald adapting that game.

3. The Paul W.S. Anderson adaptation of the source, Resident Evil. 

We're going to compare and contrast the source of Resident Evil and its two adaptations.

Here are what Aaron and I are watching on our own this month:

Happy Halloween, slugs and slugettes!

Peter Moran
WLTW Presents: Hey Vern, it's a Podcast! ERNEST SCARED STUPID

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Episode two of Hey Vern, it's a Podcast is out now, and this week we're joined by WLTW co-host, Aaron Armstrong. 

This is Aaron's first Ernest movie, and let's just say he's not impressed. Can Marcus and Pete convince Aaron to live, laugh, and love Ernest P. Worrell? Or will our mighty heroes fall to the tyranny of a bad opinion haver? Tune in to find out!

Peter Moran

We Love to Watch a really bad case of Lyme disease!

Aaron and Pete continue SLUGFEST with James Gunn's SLITHER, a sluggy zombie movie about a toxic relationship and the collateral damage it causes when an alien gets involved.

We're proud to welcome Morgan Runice, who wants to plug this fun project below:

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You can find us on Stitcher, Tunein, iTunes, and in the mass-consciousness of an alien slug race.

Peter Moran

We Love to Watch... I Pledged With A Zombie!

Slugfest 2017 rocks on with 1986's NIGHT OF THE CREEPS!

If you think I'm doing the Slugfest voice as I type this out, brother, you are right on the money.

Listen to this episode while you can; next year, all of Slugfest is going to be in the Slugest voice. One of us is going to end up hospitalized.

Curious about our Spooktober countdowns and progress? Check out our lists below!

You can find us on ITunes, Stitcher, Google Music, Soundcloud, exploding out of Tom Atkins' skull, and TuneIn.

Peter Moran