Highlights from episode 43.
- How boring is this movie? Troy will let you know.
- Dave shared his uncanny knowledge of the Backstreet Boys and other 80s boy bands.
- Troy wishes the GBBMN listener movie poll would go away. Send up feedback whether or not it should stop or continue.
- Reminiscing about Pat Dailey always triggers Kathleen to start singing.
- Our first beer we try is Narragansett Beer which is the beer featured in Jaws. #crushitlikequint
- Second beer of the night paid tribute to the latest Bill and Ted film, Bill and Ted’s Most Excellent Stellar. Thanks to our friends at Perfect Pour for finding this rare beverage.
Troy – 6
Pete – 5
Dave – 4
Kathleen – 3
Join the hep cats of GBBMN as we groove to this far out movie! Don’t listen to what the squares say, it’s totally dynamite!
Highlights of the episode:
- Find out that Troy doesn’t know what state Baltimore is located in…moron!
- Learn all about the God-awful snacking habits of Pete’s extended family. (now THAT’S horror!)
- Just watch this video of Piccolo Pupa singing the song “Skateboard”. That kind of gives you an idea of what you’re in for with this movie. Sorry. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fRpEVqP6U7k
- Discover why Pete wants to bring a flashlight into the bathroom next time he pees!
- Oh yeah, and we watch the movie that killed the Beach Blanket Bingo franchise!
- And Quinn O’Hara IS actually seriously hot.
Sour Me Unicorn Farts – DuClaw Brewing Co.
Tides Sour Ale – North High Brewing
Highlights from episode 40.
- This month the “fans” got to select a film for our viewing displeasure. Don’t feel too bad though, all of the selections were turds. This one probably let us down the most.
- Don’t miss the outtakes for something special.
- Dave does a great Karen Carpenter.
- Who knew the a Jelly Bean Martini could make Kathleen so freaking mad?
- Beers enjoyed:
- White Magick of the Sun from Voodoo Brewery
- Fog Cutter Double IPA from Lost Coast Brewery
It’s the most shocking episode of GBBMN ever, as the crew review not one. Not TWO! BUT THREE short films for our Independence Month show…which all culminates in a surprising confession from Kathleen.
Highlights from Episode 39
- The first short we discuss, a cartoon made by friend of the show Mark Bailey, is called It Came From The East River It is a multiple award winner. Not a phrase you will usually associate with films reviewed by GBBMN.
- The next short, CandyLand, is also by a friend of the show, this time a brother of the son of a cousin of Pete (or something like that) made a student film that actually turned out pretty damned good.
- The THIRD short, Howl From Beyond The Fog, started as a Kickstarter campaign.
- Good Beer Bad Movie Night actually appears in the credits of HFBTF! (Please don’t hold that against them)
- Dave recalls fond memories of adults giving him alcohol at the ripe old age of three. It explains a lot.
- Pete needs to learn new descriptors, because we will ALWAYS laugh at “pillowy mouth-feel“
Beers of the episode
You know, as much as we bitch about these polls, you would think that we’d stop making them. But NOPE! Here we are again. Polling you…our sadistic audience…to choose our next form of torture. And this time? We’re being tortured by SUPERHEROES!
The cast reviews the winner of last month’s poll: Country Strong, starring Gwynneth Paltrow, Tim McGraw, eighton Meester, and Garrett Hedlund. On a related note, we may not be doing any more polls, as it’s clear our listeners are cruel, cruel monsters.
Highlights from Episode 37
- Did you know Kathleen hates Gwynneth Paltrow?
- Everyone in the main cast sings except Tim McGraw, who is the only professional singer. In a movie about country music.
- The movie is darker and much more melodramatic than the cast is accustomed to. Well, darker anyway.
- One of the main characters is named Beau Hutton. Get it? Bow Hunting? Sigh.
- Is it possible to discuss Gwynneth Paltrow without mentioning candles, steaming, or stones in relation to lady parts?
- Invoking George Carlin, Dave brings up whether dressing in a cowboy hat and boots is a costume akin to wearing a viking outfit.
Beers of the episode
Six Pack Rating
- Pete: 6
- Troy: 3
- Dave: 4
- Kathleen: 4
We again leave choosing the next movie in your ruthless, barbaric hands. Read the descriptions and make your selection at the bottom.
But choose wisely, for while the true Grail will bring you life, the false Grail will take it from you. Or us.
Ghost Rider (2007)
When motorcycle rider Johnny Blaze sells his soul to the Devil to save his father’s life, he is transformed into the Ghost Rider, the Devil’s own bounty hunter, and is sent to hunt down sinners.
Nicholas Cage’s head is on fire. Other stuff happens too.
Country Strong (2010)
A rising country-music songwriter works with a fallen star to work their way to fame, causing romantic complications along the way.
A country music story in which Gwyneth Paltrow sings, yet Tim McGraw does not.
Country Strong (2010)
When thugs prey upon innocent factory workers, a small-time scammer trains for revenge by studying the moves of Shaolin temple monks.
Classic Shaolin Monk-ey business. Get it? MONK? Whatever—they can’t all be home runs.
The Core (2003)
The only way to save Earth from catastrophe is to drill down to the core and set it spinning again.
Hilary Swank and Aaron Eckhart drilling. No, not that kind of drilling. No, not that kind either.