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Many topics covered this week, including Brett Ratner, geography, and most of all... old-man penis... The show will never be the same.
John and Jon go overtime to discuss the new sci-fi failure.
Casey and Mark discuss Ernest Cline's Sci-Fi epic, Ready Player One!
Bloody Mary, Bloody Mary, Bloody Mary!
The BGH crew debates the finer points of evolutionary biomechanics...
Lucky (May) Mckee's latest leaves the crew a little uncomfortable...
The two fanciest BGH podcast members strike out on their own for a spinoff show. Don't forget your monocle!
Even Daniel Craig's amazingly sculpted abs couldn't save this flick from mediocrity...
Everyone makes room on their "Best of the Year" lists as we review this raucous British horror comedy.
A review of Kevin Smith's latest film... and John Goodman's neck-fat.
Gwenyth Paltrow's loose morals kill a million people. That's the basic gist of the film.
Grab your shaky-cam and all the MRE's you can carry...
Find out why this summer horror film has the crew all in a tizzy.
Colin Farrell's pec's jump off the screen in three dimensions...
Elaborate deaths in 3D, this time with a twist!
Prepare to add the phrase "Brian Cox's Monkey Jail" to your vocabulary...
Everyone questions Eric's judgment as the crew takes on the summer blockbuster "Cowboy & Aliens".
Out of left field comes "Stake Land", a cleverly written post-apocalyptic vampire tale. Plus, Danielle Harris whimpers...
We review the quasi-remake of an Italian comic book from the 1980's.
We go back to the 90's, a magical time of hardcore rap and refried beans, with a review of the Spike Lee-produced anthology film "Tales From The Hood".
John Carpenter's latest, plus a lively debate on the Netflix price hikes.
This week it's time for Jon's staff pick, David Cronenberg's "Shivers". We talk about orgies, parasites, and Disco Stu...
Hearing Schnaars synopsize this film is worth the price of admission alone...
Molly is pretty lovely, but is the film?
So... short people are creepy, amiright?
Rob Zombie swings... and misses.