Fuck this podcast. This week Red Planet is the topic of discussion for the dynamic duo. Topics covered include Carrie Anne Moss’s shower habits, Tom Sizemore’s selfishness, and one of the greatest behind the scenes feuds in movie history. Also Ryan fights with every ounce in his body to convince Kevin that Red Planet is not a 1/10 movie but actually is a robust 4/10. Get to the Podcast this week and listen to an episode that is guaranteed to be more entertaining than the movie itself.
This week we have subjected ourselves to reviewing Alone in the Dark. This labor of love involves discussing why a 90 second crawl screen was also read to an audience and whether Christian Slater stayed on set past lunch time while filming. Also we debate whether giving Kevin 20 million dollars and zero formal training could yield a better movie than this Uwe Boll atrocity, so Get To The Podcast but DEFINITELY don’t watch the movie.
This week on GTTP, Kevin and Ryan debate the existence of God and religion's place in modern society; just kidding we make fun of the stupid twist ending of The Book of Eli for about 70 minutes. Is the duo able to explain away every plot hole of the movie? (Spoiler alert: the answer is yes). What was more disappointing: Dreamcatcher or TBOE? Is a stoic Denzel Washington an entertaining Denzel Washington? Find out the answer to these questions and more and Get to the God Damn Podcast already.
This week we're reviewing Aliens, wait, no, sorry I got confused there. We're reviewing Pitch Black, the Keith David/Vin Diesel ripoff of the classic. An overly stylized film where characters have arcs and at one point they try to kill a 14 year old girl for no reason other than to make the two leads fight. Get to the Podcast with us as we attempt to figure out how big the "Space Raptors" are and whether Vin Diesel is super human or just hits the gym a lot.
This week GTTP tackles their first Marvel movie with Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. A Marvel movie in which one of the main characters actually dies. Unfortunately for Marvel to take that unheard of risk they had to hammer home every single aspect of Vol. 1 that made it popular...to death. At least we got some Kurt Russell to talk about. Enjoy this Labor Day edition of the show and Get to the BBQ when it’s done.