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??
Highlights from Episode 10
- With the Winter Olympics just around the corner we thought it appropriate to take a look at a very inappropriate sex comedy that also happens to have a little skiing in it.
- Troy took one for the team and pulled a 6-minute synapses out of his butt.
- Having seen this film in high school, both Dave and Pete should be ashamed of themselves.
- Four new microphones help the cast sound their best ever. Too bad the movie makes us all want to cry.
- Featured breweries: Fatheads and Columbus Brewing Company
Highlights from Episode 8
- Blame falls squarely on the Spooky Pinball Podcast for our review of Jack Frost. Thanks guys but please don’t do us any more favors.
- Pete abused this month’s beer to the point where it was as bad as the movie. Our humblest of apologizes to the Hoppin’ Frog Brewery. We will do this again.
- The Instagram account has a hilarious video of us pouring out the slush beer. I’m so ashamed of myself.
- The wise cracking killer ship had sailed by 1997 and left Jack Frost behind on shore. I really wish they had taken Jack with them.
Highlights from Episode 8
- Special guest host Donna inexplicably requests to sit in for this pile of turd.
- Had technical difficulties with some strange feedback but got it cleared up. Apologizes.
- Other technical difficulties were caused the positioning of new equipment and a drunk host. Again, apologizes.
- Thanks to Kathleen and Troy we played Hallmark Holiday BINGO. Sadly no one won.
- It will never cease to amaze me the different things that the gals pick up
- Meet the Santas (2005) is a direct sequel.
- BtVS connection with Principal Quark.
- Donna and Dave fixate on Crystal Bernard’s booty.
- IMDB does not have a synopsis yet. I think Kathleen should submit hers.
- The Mulled wine snuk up on the cast and caused some silliness toward the end.
- What happened to Phil this week?
Mulled Wine Recipe
1.5l concord grape wine
1 tbsp mulling spices
Mix everything and put in a crockpot on high until hot. Pour mulled wine through a strainer or cheese cloth into a cup to remove solid spices.
Highlights from Episode 7 – Battle Beyond the Stars
- Big thanks to The Watchercast for letting us try out some new equipment.
- Dave’s baritone voice is so smooth it makes me want to touch myself.
- Roger Croman’s 1980 rip-off of Star Wars and Seven Samurai starring John Saxon, George Peppard, Robert Vaughn and Richard “JohnBoy” Thomas.
- Featured Brewery: Three Floyd’s Brewery from Muncie, Indiana.
- A first for GBBMN’s Six-Pack rating.
- Phil makes his first appearance or does he?
Episode 6 – Legend of the Seven Golden Vampires
-Due to some technical issues we resorted to use a backup recording and it’s obviously MUCH closer to Kathleen and Troy. Sorry folks, I promise to do better next time.
-An inordinate amount of Monty Python references due to the gang just having seen John Cleese present “The Holy Grail” at the Ohio Theatre.
-We go off topic and talk a little about the new It film.
To celebrate his birthday, Troy chose the 1986 Lucasfilm production Howard the Duck. Along with this turd of a film Troy also brought a beer that tipped the ABV scale at 10% and it shows as the podcast quickly descends into drunken madness.
Episode 4 and it’s Kathleen’s first day so it her fault we had to watch this stinker from 1976. Burt Reynolds’ directorial debut and sequel to White Lightning; Gator.
Kathleen also thought it would be a good idea to bring some moonshine along with a couple of beers. Thanks for nothing, Kathleen.
We also debut a new opener by the Tortilla Street Band. TSB’s motto: “The more you drink, the better we sound.” Unfortunately the band got to the beer first and…well….you can let us know what you think.
Six pack rating for Gator:
In this Giant-Sized Episode of GBBMN, we welcome our first guest host Jodi to the podcast as our eyeballs ingest Toho’s 1969 Latitude Zero.
The Toho Kaiju Trifecta as director Ishiro Honda, special effects master Eji Tsuburaya and renowned composer Akira Ifukube team up for the last time in this very weird Scifi/Fantasy. Leading man Akira Takarada make his English speaking debut and Jodi tells an embarrassing story about Pete meeting Takarada-san at G-Fest last year.
We will vertical Fifty Foot Brewery’s Diaweizen that made the trip to G-Fest this year and Hitachino Nest White Ale and compare the two wheat beers.
Disclaimer: I had some audio mishaps at the beginning of the episode and I had to re-record the opening. Apologizes for the weirdness.
Episode two brings us a couple of local breweries and 1985’s Blacksploitation / Kung Fu / Musical The Last Dragon.
Four String Hilltop Lager
Land Grant Pool Party Pilsner