EP020 – A Carol Christmas (2003)

Highlights from Episode 20

  • The GBBMN cast offers their yearly holiday gift to our listeners by watching the regrettable Hallmark Holiday Made for TV film so you don’t have to.  Not that any sane listener would have plans to sit down with this “Christmas Carol” remake stinker on their own anyways.
  • Tori Spelling, Gary Coleman and William Shatner star in this what can only be described as a “pay-check’ film.  Hey, we all gotta eat.
  • Special remote guest Sludge from the Sludgecast Podcast helps us play a game called “SHATNER.”  Tune in to see how it turned out and make sure to listen to listen to all the nerdy goodness over at  Sludgecast.
  • GBBMN does cast out a challenge to Sludge to play a round of Walker.  Stay tuned late in the show as Dave throws down the gauntlet and sets the standard.
  • The Shatner game did get the cast over enthused leading to a few necessary adjustments to the volume to avoid exploding the eardrums of our beloved listeners.

EP019 – Spooky Encounters (1980)

Highlights from EP019

  • The word “Seasonal” seems to be extra difficult to say even BEFORE  we started drinking.
  • Our first beer “vertical” as we compared Southern Tier’s Pumking and the Rum Barrel Aged Pumking.
  • I promised the cast that I would never bring two 9% beers to the show again and I have held true to my word.  Pumking 8.6% Rum Barrel Aged Pumking 13.4%.  Sorry not sorry.
  • Even for 1980, there were two shocking scenes that couldn’t have been filmed in Hollywood.  YIKES!
  • After recording, Troy, Dave and Pete attended the Ohio premier of Christopher R. Mhim’s “Guns of the Apocalypse.”  Check out his entire library on Amazon Prime and visit his website www.sainteuphoria.com

EP018 – The Dungeonmaster: Ragewar (1984)

The Dungeonmaster or Ragewar

Highlights of episode 18

  • Will we forgive Troy for his birthday selection?  We get some full frontal nudity within the first 3 minutes of the film so he may get a pass.
  • Is it really a good idea to have seven different people direct seven different stories? This movie points to “no”.
  • Richard Mull gets a little handsy with our female lead. Gross.
  • We get a special guest appearance of Blackie Lawless giving us some major metal face.
  • What do you do when you run out of ideas but need to end the movie?  You end the movie.

EP016 – Tuff Turf (1985) Super Sized Episode

Highlights from the show

  • Special Guest Host and Superfan Jen schools the cast with one for the best Six-Minute Synopsis the show has ever had.  Clearly, Jen raises the bar for the show and make it way smarter than it was ever intended to be.
  • However, in one swift move, Jen loses points by surprising the cast with beverages that aren’t what one would describe as beer.
  • Star Watch: This film could be described as an Avengers prequel if you were from Bizzaro-World where the Earth is a cube.
  • Jen learned words.  Specifically ABV.
  • Pete stayed relatively sober.  Relative to what is still in question.
  • Dave swore to take the cast down with his as he’s now on a quest to make us all suffer.
  • Jen gave Tuff Turf a Six-Pack Rating of “Less Than Zero.”  I see what you did there, Jen.

EP015 – Werequito: Nazi Hunter (2016)

Episode 15 Highlights (or low-lights depending on your perspective.)

  • GBBMN contributed some moolah to help Christopher R. Mihm make his next feature film; Queen of Snakes (2019) and got our name in the credits!! http://www.sainteuphoria.com/queen.html
  • Christopher R. Mihm’s entire catalog of films can be streamed on Amazon Prime.
  • Please join the cast in thinking of other Crystal references.
  • Two 9% + beers may not have been the best idea as the podcast gets a little loopy and long winded toward the end. And by little I mean sloppy.

EP014 – Speed Racer (2008)

Highlights from episode 14

  • Pete goes off the deep end with his 6-minute synopsis and presents the stunned cast with his own dark fan theory.
  • Summer is here and that means fishing!  We have a taste of Land Grant’s Grapefruit Walleye.  The “Gheory” is tested with this one.
  • Fifty Foot Brewery weaves a tale from an unpublished book, “Adventures in Homebrewing” and shares their new Soma Berry Cider with the cast.
  • John Goodman, Susan Sarandon and Christina Ricci turn in fantastic performances while simultaneously getting their throats slit by the nonsensical storytelling.
  • The bizzare restaurant Kathleen was talking about with the spaghetti Ice cream; Culvers!
  • Kathleen and Pete finally agree on a rating

 

EP013 – Ship of Monsters

Highlights from Episode 13

  • Watch the film on Youtube, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CB2THkkKigU
  • Make sure to send in feedback and make fun of Pete screwing up all the Spanish names.
  • Our hero, Eulalio González, had a long successful career as a norteño comedian.  He’s still got it in this video from 1988. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N60tJMWQh-4
  • Don’t forget to head over to the website and read Troy’s explanation of the Gheory.  http://goodbeerbadmovienight.com/the-gheory/
  • Troy completely lost his shit at Dave’s Uncle Finger reference and we had to cut about 5 minutes of Troy giggling.
  • Central Ohio residents will do themselves a favor by visiting the Kenny Road Market or the Beer Mecca. https://www.facebook.com/KennyRoadMarket/
  • Uk, Tagual and Carasus toys can be found over at the Monsters in Motion website. https://www.monstersinmotion.com/cart/index.php?main_page=advanced_search_result&search_in_description=0&x=0&y=0&keyword=ship+of+monsters
  • Editing…all the editing….

EP012 – Bio-Zombie (1998)

Highlights from episode 12

-Pete’s six minute synapses was rough but still got it in under the allotted time.

-GBBMN first: Kathleen didn’t fall asleep to this one but she did walk out on the film.

-Dave wasn’t drunk but his brain was and it checked out a few times much to the amusement of the rest of the cast.

-Angela Tong was NOT in The Walking Dead as Pete first thought.  Instead she was in Walking The Dead (2010) (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1573485/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1)

 

EP 011 – The Swarm (1978)

Highlights from Episode 11

  • Dave is 2 for 2 in selecting a unanimous 6 beer rating for another poor film choice.
  • There are SIX Academy Award winners in this film which NONE of them earned for this dreadful movie.
  • Dave apologizes to the cast for this film is a unique way.
  • Diesel Punk and Great Lakes Breweries are featured.
  • Who the HELL decided that this turd of a film needed and extended cut?
  • Thankfully we are informed by the ending credits included a disclaimer which reads: ‘The African killer bee portrayed in this film bears absolutely no relationship to the industrious, hardworking American honey bee [sic] to which we are indebted for pollinating vital crops that feed our nation.
  • Phil may have retired. Or has he??