Miscast Commentary

 Gremlins 2: The New Batch - “Man-Todd!”

Published November 23, 2018

We finish November by finishing our first series of movies. The guys are watching Gremlins 2: The New Batch.

They discuss what this, Star Trek and Total Recall have in common, explain why so many of the Gremlins are so uniquely designed and invite Joe's Dog to join the podcast.

We discuss the cast member who was responsible for an actor appearing in Lord of the Rings.

Excuses for why this movie bombed are shared.


Coming Attractions

Published November 16, 2018

Joe comes in solo with a brief tribute to Stan Lee, confirmation of the show's New Year schedule and news about the new Disney Streaming Service. He announces next week's movie and reminds everyone about the new Facebook group and its recent activities.  


Transformers: The Movie - “Pick Your Gangs Wisely, Children.”

Published November 8, 2018

Joe and Todd have "The Touch" this week as they lend their commentary to the 1986 Animated feature Transformers: The Movie.

The guys talk about the legacy of Transformers and its latest iterations, Joe rehashes his pitch for a better Transformers Cinematic Universe and reveals the trick to this movie getting a wider release (and a higher rating).

The guys talk about a connection to The Simpsons, share their biggest complaint about the animated Transformers series and discuss how dark this movie is.

They talk about the toys they had as kids and, for the first time ever, the movie has to be paused so the guys could evacuate the building.

Joe talks about George Lucas' plans (according to an interview) for Episode 7-9.

They highlight Frank Welker's 800+ credit career


Coming Attractions

Published November 2, 2018

Joe and Todd are coming at you today with a look at what's to come for the rest of the year from Miscast Commentary as well as a major announcement for the new year.

The guys talk about the latest developments in Marvel Television and the upcoming Disney streaming service.

They announce next week's movie, Joe recounts encounters with a lazy bully from middle school and the guys talk box office for Halloween.

Joe announces a move to a new Facebook group and a new event that you'll all want to be present for.


Halloween 2 - “Alan Smithee!”

Published October 31, 2018

Happy Halloween!! The guys continue their foray into the Michael Myers story with Halloween 2.

They talk about the movie that the Director put an Alan Smithee on, an upcoming True Lies reunion and how Jamie Lee Curtis met Christopher Guest.

Joe explains the status of Michael Myers' mask and reveals an SNL alum with a very small role.

The guys staff the Hospital with classic horror characters. The guys discuss their opinions about Rob Zombie's Halloween remake and confirm the new Halloween's place within the canon of the franchise.  


Evil Dead - “Calmer Heads Prevailed. We’re Committing Suicide!”

Published October 26, 2018

We open the Necronomicon this week as we enter the universe of The Evil Dead.

Joe talks about some of the low tech techniques used in this movie, compares the budgets of this and another of our classic horror movies and the accommodations for the cast and crew during production.

The fate of the cabin and a time capsule left behind are revealed.

Joe tells a story of how he listened to old tapes and discuss a crew member who went on to be a big time director.

They pitch how we could have put Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash together in an organic way.

They uncover the effort to remove the ban on this movie in certain countries and who was involved.

Joe talks about a college film he made and asks about Religion and Demon fighting.  


Coming Attractions

Published October 19, 2018

Joe and Todd went Live on Thursday night with their podcast and this is the result. Listen to the guys catch up as they reunite after 3 weeks, Todd gives away his makeup plans for the show and Joe gets Todd's opinions on some subjects that were covered in the last Coming Attractions Episode.

The guys react to other people's reactions to Venom and chat about the end of the latest Era of Conan O'Brien on Late Night and talk about how he said goodbye his future projects.

Pot is now legal in Canada and the guys give their thoughts on it. Joe explains how their home Province of Ontario got started in the most lame way possible.

Joe explains the process of deciding to go live just in time to experience a technical difficulty that needs to be fixed on air.

The guys announce next week's movie Plus a BONUS episode to be released on Halloween. Todd breaks Patient-Doctor confidentiality

*NOTE* The talk about losing the audio was specific to the live. There was nothing lost on the podcast. 


Night of the Living Dead (1990) - “Me and Julio Down By the Graveyard”

Published October 12, 2018

The Guys start off a Month of Horror with Tom Savini's 1990 remake of Night of the Living Dead.

They talk about the mythos of Romero's Zombie Universe, share their opinions about what a zombie should be able to do and what heavy-hitting actors were up for the role won by Tony Todd.

They share their Fortnite strategies and discuss their opinions on renting people for... stuff. Joe talks about making one monster the identifiable one in movies and discover (late) a technical issue with the episode.

Joe pitches an idea for a video game. he guys debate how a zombie virus might be contracted.


Coming Attractions

Published October 5, 2018

This week, Joe goes solo as he teases the upcoming month of Horror, talks Russian trolls' role in the Last Jedi Debate, reveals the new look of Rambo and plays the trailer for the next movie.

Stay tuned as a sick Joe returns with some bonus Star Wars News just prior to publishing the episode (NOTE - He says Empire and should have said "the fall of the Empire." Cut him some slack).


Little Shop of Horrors - “I Need a Hammerstein to My Rogers.”

Published September 28, 2018

In this episode, the guys put commentary to the 1986 cult musical Little Shop of Horrors.

The guys discuss the roots of this as an Off-Broadway Musical and who from this cast was in the original stage cast, the resume of Director Frank Oz and the musical connection between this movie and Disney.

Joe talks about a terrible One-Act Play that he wrote in high school.

Todd brings up a hoax that had Disney bringing a park to Toronto and the guys pay tribute to John Candy.

Joe reveals who could have been in this movie and who was almost forced into this movie against Frank Oz's wishes. Joe explains the technical aspect of shooting the singing scenes with the Audrey II puppet.

For Extra Credit, we recast the movie for a modern day remake.


Coming Attractions

Published September 21, 2018

The guys cover a ton of topics from Todd's experience at the Toronto International Film Festival, the Captain Marvel Trailer and the firing of Henry Cavill from the DCEU.

The guys debate the recently released Joker set photos. Todd regales us with a story about a trip to African Lion Safari and Joe desperately tries to segue into the movie announcement.

They talk about Chevy Chase's opinions on SNL and Joe takes the Emmy Awards' In Memoriam to task.

The guys talk Ariana Grande's groping at the Aretha Franklin Funeral and Joe shares a near fire that occurred in his home and announced a podcast guest appearance he is making next week.

The guys also discuss the new Bond Director.


The Breakfast Club - “This Is More Guidance Counselor S#!t.”

Published September 14, 2018

School is back in session and the guys are bringing you The Breakfast Club.

They discuss the incredible legacy of John Hughes, Molly Ringwald's turn to music and reveal which of the Brat Pack members were actually teenagers when this movie was shot.

Todd connects this movie to Matt Groening, and Joe talks about how this movie could have become a series, also pitching ideas for other Hughes Sequels.

The guys share their own detention stories and pitch the idea of this as a play.

The art of the middle finger is discussed and they talk about equal pay in film. They also share stories from high school, share their feelings for everything from Drugs, Alcohol and Dancing.


Coming Attractions

Published September 7, 2018

In this week's Coming Attractions Episode, the guys talk about Canadian Summer Jams, Eminem's new album and M&M Flavours.

They discuss the men who have been accused of inappropriate behaviour returning to work and the Real Doll Brothel coming to Toronto. The Colin Kaepernick Nike ad was talked about and Todd puts forth a challenge to redo an old movie.

A movie that salutes the kids' return to school is announced as the next commentary. 


Diggstown - “A Broken Christopher Lambert”

Published August 31, 2018

Season 3's first movie is the James Woods/Louis Gossett Jr. film Diggstown.

The guys rediscover how good the cast of this movie is, discuss James Woods' controversial twitter presence and name their favourite local son.

An on set affair is revealed and the guys work through the con in this movie.

The guys reminisce about their days as high school wrestlers and cast the would-be remake of this movie with current day actors.


Coming Attractions

Published August 24, 2018

In this week's Coming Attractions Episode, the guys discuss their time apart, Todd shares his Tales From the Sea.

The guys discuss Danny Boyle's exit from the latest Bond Film, including their theories as to what the creative differences were between Boyle and the Studio that caused the resignation.

The first movie of the season is announced and sequels to The Mighty Ducks and Karate Kid are discussed for their role models.

The news of Winona Ryder and Keanu Reeves potentially being married during Bram Stoker's Dracula is discussed and the guys discuss how they might have gotten married to each other. he guys want to hear your favourite methods of getting married in Vegas.

Todd shares an embarrassing moment with a Golf Cart and Joe shares his tales from Camping and how he almost embarrassed himself.

Best of Season 2

Published August 17, 2018

Joe takes you through some of the show's best moments with compilations of the guys talking about Sex, Race and Celebrity Impressions, as well as some of their favourite laughs from the last year. 


Season 2 Outtakes

Published August 11, 2018

We look back at season two over the next two weeks starting with this compilation of never before heard outtakes from the show.


Goldeneye - “He Calls It A Water Birth”

Published August 3, 2018

Our 50th episode covers the guys' introduction to 007 in the theatres, Goldeneye.

The guys talk about an interesting hand double, the path of Pierce Brosnan to the role of James Bond and how Ian Fleming pictured Bond.

Joe talks about the big Fan Theory that changes the way you look at James Bond Movies and the adaptation from this movie into one of the great video games of all time.

The guys compare Bond Themes. A repeat emergency takes place and Todd gives the fans a quiz to win a free T-Shirt.  

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Coming Attractions

Published July 27, 2018

In this week's coming attractions episode, Joe recounts his recent car accident with tangents about his son's 3rd birthday party and the Louis CK sex scandal.

The guys talk about Robert DeNiro being in Talks for the Joaquin Phoenix Joker movie and review San Diego Comic Con trailers for Aquaman, Shazaam, Predators, Godzilla: King of Monsters , Star Wars: Clone Wars, Titans and Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald.

Joe recaps Conan at Comic Con. Next Week's episode, our Season Finale, is announced and the guys tease the upcoming schedule.

Joe finishes up by sharing a story of Todd spitting all over him and announcing new places you can listen to the show.  


Hard Target - “Even If Every Bullet Misses”

Published July 21, 2018

This week, the guys settle in for an early foray into American Film for John Woo as they lend commentary to the JCVD movie Hard Target.

They talk about the original star of the movie, John Woo's American legacy and which up and coming actor wanted Woo to direct him in an early film.

A dispute between Woo and JCVD is detailed and who was hired as a backup director of the movie.

They talk about an old dream cast list for the X-men Movie in the 90's and review the use of slow motion in this movie.