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🎥 +🍻 Does the world need another movie podcast? No – it needs this one, dammit! A couple of Okies & their buddy in the bayou host in-depth discussions about the latest films, pit seminal classics against one another, and catch up the cinematic staples they’ve somehow overlooked. PLUS! beer + movie pairings, recommendations, and a whole lot more!
 
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or: I Was At A Cracker Barrel, And I Was Like, ‘Yeah, I’ll Listen To This.’ IT’S A T. HANKS-GIVING MIRACLE!! The Dudes gather around the table to regroup, discuss what we’re all thankful for and discuss Steven Speilberg’s breezy 2002 Christmas Caper, Catch Me If You Can. SHOW NOTES 00:07:16 – Review – Catch Me If You Can 01:03:42 – Beer Pairing: Ni…
 
or: The Estuary Between Order and Chaos Jacob ranks The Darjeeling Limited at the tippy top of Wes Anderson’s filmography and Chris ranks it dead last. Can we convince our co-hosts to reassess their respective positions on the Whitman brothers’ futile quest for enlightenment? PLUS! Get your fix of really rad recommendations, Chris’s Darjeeling beer…
 
or: That Bombay Talkie Theme Slaps! All aboard as The Dudes don their finest suits, hop on The Darjeeling Limited, and delve into one of Wes Anderson’s most contentious films to date. Everyone knows this is Wes Anderson’s worst movie, what this review presupposes is …maybe it isn’t? SHOW NOTES 00:09:38 – Review – The Darjeeling Limited 01:16:40 – B…
 
or: I Have the Solution to Make Daniel Day-Lewis Happy Again Peterson Hill returns to The War Bunker to help The Dudes decide a victor in the toughest Civil War Showdown to date! It’s a brutal no-holds-barred brawl that’s been a decade in the making. In one corner, we have There Will Be Blood’s Daniel Plainview armed only with a verbal venom and a …
 
or: Get Them All Liquored Up And Take Them To The Peach Tree Dance The Dudes brew up some healthy competition within themselves to revisit Paul Thomas Anderson’s 2007 oil-drenched epic, There Will be Blood. They wield their best (read: horrible) Daniel Plainview impressions to tackle this tale of early 20th century individualism set against the bui…
 
or: If You’re Not Against Me Don’t Cross This Line. The Dudes chart a course through unprotected waters and take a dive into Wes Anderson’s seafaring adventure-comedy, The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou. Secure your sidearms. Slide into your speedos and red knit caps. And board our own submersible boat as we set out to slay this white whale Jaguar …
 
or: A Riddle that I Wasn’t Trying to Solve The Dudes need some extra muscle to take onBarry Egan in PTA’s Punch-Drunk Love, so Casual Cinecast’s Justin Herring drops by to help them wax philosophical about the greatness of the one and only Philip Seymour Hoffman and examiners the varying flavors of male rage that PTA brings to this unconventional r…
 
or: That’s Right, We’ve Got Another Body Buried Here This week, as we continue to conform to commands of quarantine, listen as The Dudes adorn themselves in printed shirts, double breasted suits, and exceptional bow ties to hash out their thoughts in the friscalating dusklight. Vamonos, amigos as we continue our exploration of the ouvere of two gre…
 
or: It Was Just Dogslaughter Come take a trip with the Masters of the Muff as we peel back the layers of PTA’s sprawling LA story, Magnolia. Do the dude’s dig into Tom Cruise’s tighty whities? Do they wax philosophical on the kindness of Philip Seymour Hoffman? Do they know the answers to the questions Quiz Kid Donnie Smith just can’t stop searchin…
 
or: The One with an Hour of Scott Stapp Banter on the Cutting Room Floor Are The Dudes discussing Billy Shakespeare’s Hamlet …or did Jake just compare Max Fischer to the titular Shakespeare character? Can Peterson throw enough shade at Wes to provide Jake & Chris to attempt to smash him like a pancake with an elaborate tree-rigged booby trap? Join …
 
or: How much do you squat? The Dudes return to disect PTA’s breakout sphomore picture, Boogie Nights! Will Jake finally understand why PTA belongs in the discussion next to the likes of Wes Anderson? Will Peterson sing ‘The Touch’ in its entirety? Can Chris find a beer massive enough to pair with this 2.5 hour epic? Let’s find out! SHOW NOTES 00:05…
 
or: Through the Wes Anderson Prism This week The Dudes break out of the nut house to embark on a fulfilling life of petty crime. SHOW NOTES 00:07:40 – Review – Bottle Rocket 01L13:48 – Beer Pairing: Mostly Harmless by Eureka Heights Brew Co “Dairy Queen” – Beau Jennings and the Tigers 01:19:33 – Really Rad Recommendations Continue reading The post …
 
or: Shock-a-locka-do, Old Timer! The Dudes kick off the inogural episode of The Magnificent Andersons with a discussion of Paul Thomas Anderson’s first feature – Hard Eight. SHOW NOTES 00:10:14 – Hard Eight 01:09:00 – Beer Pairing: Oak-Aged Maple Pecan Porter Reserve by 903 Brewers “A List of the Virtues” – Generationals 01:13:52 – Really Rad Recom…
 
or: Patriotic Pornography The crew adds a new member to the team, and Chris from the Casual Cinecast podcast joins the dudes (’cause we’re gonna need as much manpower as we can get) to discuss one of the most divisive films ever added to the Criterion Collection – Michael Bay’s Armageddon! SHOW NOTES 00:06:40 – Review – Armageddon 01:02:41 – Beer P…
 
or: Sleep Tight, Sugar It’s the end of an era! Chris & Jake wrap up their epic journey into John Carpenter’s colossal canon with a surprising little gem. PLUS! We’ve got a big announcement for the next War Starts at Midnight limited series. SHOW NOTES 00:08:18 – Review – The Ward 00:50:23 – Beer Pairing: Wake Up Dead Nitro by Left Hand Brewing Comp…
 
or: Something, Something, Megazord Jacob & Chris drill deeper into the core of John Carpenter’s filmography to discuss The Master’s penultimate film. SHOW NOTES 00:02:15 – Review – Ghosts of Mars 00:50:30 – Beer Pairing: Karbachtoberfest by Karbach Brewing Co “What Kind of World Are You Living In?” – Dragon Inn 3 00:55:31 – Really Rad Recommendatio…
 
or: I Can’t Believe Luke Didn’t Kill All of the Bad Guys With a Light-Sword for Three Hours Surprise! While conducting some much-needed post-holiday-hibernation housekeeping, we found this entire long-lost review of Space Bear Star Wars: The Last Jedi. By now, you’ve already heard every hot take imaginable for this film – but where are all of the c…
 
or: A Brief Introduction to All of the John Carpenter Lagniappe We Have to Offer It’s finally here! A brand new Halloween film … and more importantly – a brand new John Carpenter score! The Dudes review David Gordon Green’s Halloween (the direct sequel to John Carpenter’s Halloween that has absolutely nothing to do with Rob Zombie’s Halloween), pla…
 
or: All the parents are goin’ away. All the teenagers are babysittin’. And all the former child murders are murderin’. We’ve reached the end of an era. With this episode, we can no longer endlessly taunt Jake for one of the most shameful cinematic sins ever confessed on the War Starts at Midnight and The Carpenter Shop, because today Jake finally w…
 
or: Campires Jacob & Chris hunt down the final movie in John Carpenter’s rocky 90s filmography and find out if it’s a hidden gem or a plague on the entire Carpenter Canon. With a name like Vampires, this has gotta be right in The Master of Horror’s wheelhouse, right? SHOW NOTES 00:02:56 – Review – John Carpenter’s Vampires 00:48:00 – Beer Pairing: …
 
or: Come on, Garry! The Dudes discuss yet another horror remake by John Carpenter …but is it another hidden gem buried deep in The Master’s 90s filmography? Or are we left wondering why exactly John Carpenter’s name rests above the title? SHOW NOTES 00:03:02 – Review – Village of the Damned 00:40:58 – Beer Pairing: Golden One by Anthem Brewing Co. …
 
or: I Used to Butt-Chug Beers Like You in Prison The Dudes are joined once again by Maxx Crawford to discuss Chris’s War Crime/Maxx’s favorite movie of all time – Road House! *PLUS* we create our own rules for the Road House drinking game and Chirs highlights a double IPA that you should try next time you visit the Double Deuce. SHOW NOTES 00:03:22…
 
or: This Whole Premise is Sweaty Jacob and Chris fight off delirium in a late night discussion of John Carpenter’s first film of the 90s, Memoirs of an Invisible Man. PLUS! Chris pairs this perplexing picture with a confoundingly clear beer and Jake revisits a noir classic. SHOW NOTES 00:01:16 – The John Carpenter News Wire 00:10:31 – Review – Memo…
 
or: He has four arms, but his shoulders are his greatest weakness. Jason Yang (aka Work More or Less / Invisible Element) returns to the Jedi Council for a spirited (and belated) discussion of Solo: A Star Wars Story. PLUS Chris recommends a funky fruit-forward farmhouse ale and a surprise guest drops by! SHOW NOTES 00:07:20 – Review – Solo: A Star…
 
or: Wait, a Pickle?! Chris & Jacob discuss John Carpenter’s final film of the 80’s – They Live! You don’t have to listen, but we’re giving you a choice: either put on this podcast or start eatin’ that trash can! SHOW NOTES 00:01:09 – Prince of Darkness: Revisited 00:08:36 – Review – They Live 00:50:09 – Beer Pairing: Miller High Life by Miller Brew…
 
or: Very Subtle Hilarity Ensues Do you like to listen? Special guest and Fantasy Movie League royalty Phil Lucia (aka School of Rock) joins Chris & Jacob in the War Bunker to discuss a personal War Crime, Hal Ashby’s Being There. SHOW NOTES 00:03:36 – Review – Being There 00:23:57 – SPOILERS – Being There 00:45:41 – Beer Pairing: Hazelnut Brown Nec…
 
or: Stop Trying to make ‘P.o.D’ Happen! The Dudes descend to the seventh layer of the cinema to review Prince of Darkness! Is the second film in John Carpenter’s “Apocalypse Trilogy” a heck of a good time – or does it deserve to stay buried in the bowels of movie hell (a.k.a. the $5 bin at Walmart)? *PLUS* Chris picks up a sour blonde…we’re talking…
 
or: Adam Sandler is the Comedic Nick Cage Jacob & Chris call on resident Paul Thomas Anderson expert, Peterson Hill, to dive deep into his latest film, Phantom Thread. Dress up in your finest ensemble (nothing chic!) and join us as we discuss breakfast, debate the effectiveness of Johnny Greenwood’s lush score, and wrestle with Reynolds Woodcock’s …
 
or: The Important Thing With Tank Tops is Layering Chris & Jacob climb aboard the Pork-Chop Express as Kurt Russell re-teams with John Carpenter – this time as a mindless motor-mouthed truck driver in Big Trouble in Little China! While out on the long haul, The Dudes pick up a drifter named Maxx Crawford and offer him a ride in exchange for his six…
 
or: The Estuary Between Order and Chaos Jacob ranks The Darjeeling Limited at the tippy top of Wes Anderson’s filmography and Chris ranks it dead last. Can we convince our co-hosts to reassess their respective positions on the Whitman brothers’ futile quest for enlightenment? PLUS! Get your fix of really rad recommendations, Chris’s Darjeeling beer…
 
or: BRB, Going to Write a Kurt Russell vs. Jeff Bridges Western Jacob & Chris embark on a death-defying cross-country journey to discuss one of the biggest outliers in John Carpenter’s canon – Starman! SHOW NOTES 00:07:19 – Review – Starman 00:37:52 – Beer Pairing: Texas Honey Cider by Austin Eastcider Coffee Pairing: Ethiopia, Yirgacheffe, Koke Co…
 
or: Boy, That Escalated Quickly SUBSCRIBE: Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Pocket Casts | Stitcher SAY HELLO: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Jacob and Chris take a journey into the hidden heart of Africa and climb the vibranium mountain to review Ryan Coogler’s Black Panther. Find out if the newest entry in the MCU holds up to the hype and discover …
 
or: Ernest Borgnine Looks Like a Puppet from ‘Lazy Town’ The year is 2018. The once vibrant and promising frontier known as The Information Superhighway is now a cesspool of hate and division. Two disgraced podcasters are must venture into the depths of this World Wide Web and recover a Microsoft Zune containing a long-form discussion of John Carpe…
 
or: I Was Not Expecting the Existential Crisis The Dudes finally close the books on 2017 with their favorite new releases & War Crimes of the year. PLUS! Dust off your top hat, because it’s time for the classiest arbitrary award ceremony you’ll never attend – The Third Annual Blimpy Award! SHOW NOTES “Ten Twenty Ten” – Generationals 00:06:54 – Favo…
 
or: That Sounds a lot Better than the Nancy Loomis Crossover Graphic Novel I’m Reading Right Now Ahoy, maties! This week the Dudes batten down the hatches and try to weather the storm while gushing over John Carpenter’s 1980 throwback horror classic, The Fog. SHOW NOTES 00:13:35 – Review – The Fog 00:53:20 – Beer Pairing: Puff by Sixpoint Brewery “…
 
or: I Can’t Believe Luke Didn’t Kill All of the Bad Guys With a Light-Sword for Three Hours Surprise! While conducting some much-needed post-holiday-hibernation housekeeping, we found this entire long-lost review of Space Bear Star Wars: The Last Jedi. By now, you’ve already heard every hot take imaginable for this film – but where are all of the c…
 
or: I Have the Solution to Make Daniel Day-Lewis Happy Again Peterson Hill returns to The War Bunker to help The Dudes decide a victor in the toughest Civil War Showdown to date! It’s a brutal no-holds-barred brawl that’s been a decade in the making. In one corner, we have There Will Be Blood’s Daniel Plainview armed only with a verbal venom and a …
 
or: Seahorse Ronin The Dudes discuss John Carpenter’s sophomore effort, Assault on Precinct 13, and one of them seriously considers classifying this cult classic as “Just for Johnny’s Mommy”. Who should you address that hate mail to? LISTEN AND FIND OUT! SHOW NOTES 00:12:10 – Review – Assault on Precinct 13 01:05:03 – Beer Pairing: Vape Tricks by P…
 
or: I Didn’t Even Get to Pagina-Man War Starts at Midnight returns as The Dudes review Noah Baumbach’s latest, The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected), and discuss the shortcomings (and benefits) of Netflix’s “day-and-date” distribution model, compare Adam Sandler to Nicolas Cage, and ponder the outcome of a duel between Vanilla Ice and Mark Twai…
 
or: This is the Creepiest Buddy Holly has been Since He was Played by Gary Busey Buckle up! The Dudes kick this episode into high gear to discuss John Carpenter’s 1983 adaptation of Stephen King’s novel about a ravenous roadster with a motive for murder. Yup! We’re talking about that candy apple red 1953 Plymouth Fury, Christine, and you better wat…
 
or: All the parents are goin’ away. All the teenagers are babysittin’. And all the former child murders are murderin’. We’ve reached the end of an era. With this episode, we can no longer endlessly taunt Jake for one of the most shameful cinematic sins ever confessed on the War Starts at Midnight and The Carpenter Shop, because today Jake finally w…
 
or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Bomb No. 20 This transmission was recorded 20 years ago on a spaceship blasting through the cosmos and only recently found its way to Earth. It is the private audio diary of two podcasters known as Beardo and Crawdaddy – two intergalactic podcasters with one mission: seek out and discuss every single film…
 
or: #DonaldForEveryone Chris and Jacob get in the biggest pickle they’ve ever seen when they pit The Sandlot vs. Stand By Me in a head-to-head Civil War Showdown! Will the ever-quotable baseball flick live on FOR-EV-ER as the essentialiest coming of age summer film of all time? Or will River Phoenix and the legend of Lardass rally to win the pinnat…
 
or: Never Trust a Geriatric Youngster Riding a Bicycle The Dudes critique Carpenter’s cosmic horror flick In The Mouth of Madness! Does the trio get turnt over Carpenter’s insane spectacle? Is the final film in the “Apocalypse Trilogy” a Lovecraftian let-down? Does it even matter what we thought because none of us actually exist and reality is a cr…
 
or: The Case of the Curious Time Hole The Dudes discuss Dunkirk! Does Christopher Nolan’s ferocious war epic give a fresh new take on a familiar genre – or is sitting through the film a fight for survival? *PLUS* Chris continues his “Summer of Sours” with a red-wine-barrel-based beer, Hunter chips in with the Budweiser of British brews, and Jake gi…
 
or: Stop Trying to make ‘P.o.D’ Happen! The Dudes descend to the seventh layer of the cinema to review Prince of Darkness! Is the second film in John Carpenter’s “Apocalypse Trilogy” a heck of a good time – or does it deserve to stay buried in the bowels of movie hell (a.k.a. the $5 bin at Walmart)? *PLUS* Chris picks up a sour blonde…we’re talking…
 
or: Can I Borrow Your Flamethrower? To celebrate the launch of our new limited series, The Carpenter Shop, we’re re-broadcasting our special Halloween 2016 review of John Carpenter’s The Thing. Do The Dudes see the humanity in this film, or is it as cold and alien as a creepy crawly head-spider? Grab a flamethrower and handful of dynamite, because …
 
or: It’s Not a Car Chase; It’s a Car Fight! You’ll laugh. You’ll cry. You’ll fall in love. And you’ll throw your iPod Classic across the room in utter rage while listening to this episode! Collider.com’s Adam Chitwood returns to the War Bunker for a double feature review of Bong Joon-ho’s Netflix original movie, Okja, and Edgar Wright’s musical hei…
 
or: Analyzing Schrödinger’s Dream Jacob and Chris field a listener request and set out on a long journey to review John Maclean’s Slow West. Does this Fassbender flick capture the spirit of the Western genre and score a direct hit? Or is it just left to bleed out on a dusty wooden floor? PLUS – The guys give their take on the girl with the metal cu…
 
or: It’s Like Somethin was Wearin James Carville. Like a Suit… a James Carville Suit. In Part II of this very special War Crimes: Civil War episode, The Dudes pit two essential sci-fi flicks against each other to determine which is essentialier – Alien vs. Aliens! Does Ridley Scott’s atmospheric, outer space spine-tingler scare up the win? Or do th…
 
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