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  • Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

    Terry Gilliam takes audiences on a wild hallucinogenic ride in, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998). Join Terence and Hollis as they discuss hitchhiking in the desert, uncomfortable elevator encounters and what happens when you take ALL the drugs.

  • Arachnophobia

    Frank Marshall’s, Arachnophobia (1990) offers a good balance of comedy and horror, sure to make your skin crawl. Join Hollis and Terence as they confront their shared fear and discuss how they might handle a spider invasion. Grab your asbestos glove, pump up that pesticide tank and check your popcorn bowl, its spider time.

  • Tommy Boy

    Business road trips don’t have to be a drag, especially when you have Chris Farley and David Spade in the car. Terence and Hollis buckle up and laugh down the interstate as they discuss, Tommy Boy (1995). Directed by, Peter Segal.

  • Gremlins

    Gremlins (1984) poses an interesting question, is it actually important to follow the rules? Hollis and Terence lean toward yes, especially when the rules pertain to a magical creature unknown to the western world.

  • American History X

    Tony Kaye’s, American History X (1998), is an affecting film about racism set in late nineties Los Angeles. Listen along as Terence and Hollis offer up some of their insights into the themes and characters in this intense drama.

  • Swingers

    Swingers (1996), is set in LA, but coined the exclamation, “Vegas, baby!”. Hollis and Terence discuss all things Trent and Mike, swing dancing, and the importance of having good friends. Directed by, Doug Liman.

  • Harlem Nights

    In Eddie Murphy’s directorial debut, Harlem Nights (1989) Terence and Hollis venture back into the underground gambling world, only this time there’s jokes.

  • Clash of the Titans

    This week Hollis and Terence discover the ramifications of angering the gods in, Clash of the Titans (1981). They discuss Perseus’ misuse of weapons, whiney Calibos and of course, the Kraken. Directed by, Desmond Davis.

  • Big Trouble in Little China

    Hitch a ride on the Pork Chop Express and marvel at the sorcery in John Carpenter’s, Big Trouble in Little China (1986). Terence and Hollis talk green eyed girls, the three storms, personalized first-aid kits, and that ancient dude, Lo Pan.

  • Pet Sematary

    Pet Sematary (1989) is pretty messed up when you really think about it, right? Hollis and Terence acknowledge that fact, and then discuss what they might do if they were in Dr. Lewis’ shoes.

  • King of New York

    Christopher Walken is a sight to behold in, King of New York (1990). Terence and Hollis discuss Frank White’s efforts to reclaim the crown and all the carnage therein. Directed by, Abel Ferrara.

  • Pulp Fiction

    Damn it feels good to be a gangster, or does it? Quentin Tarantino delivers one of the most memorable films of the nineties, Pulp Fiction (1994). Hollis and Terence get all caught up in this one because it is just so excellent. Come along and ask yourself the important questions about foot massages, family heirlooms, and what really makes a miracle.

  • Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark

    Are you ready for adventure 1936 style? This week it’s Steven Spielberg’s, Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the lost Ark (1981). Terence and Hollis cover the Peruvian cave of boobytraps, Egyptian archeological digs, and why you should never trust a monkey.

  • Point Break

    Bank robbers, FBI agents and surfers, oh my! This week Hollis and Terence discuss, Point Break (1991). Directed by Kathryn Bigelow.

  • Rounders

    John Dahl invites us into the world of high stakes poker in his film, Rounders (1998). Terence dreams of playing with the big boys, Hollis doesn’t have the guts. Come along as they discuss big money, bigger personalities, and finding your purpose.

  • Total Recall

    Get ready, it’s our first Arnold Schwarzenegger movie, Total Recall (1990). Paul Verhoeven ushers us to Mars for a wild virtual vacation, or is it all a dream? This week, Hollis and Terence discuss memory implantation, talking alien appendages, and instant atmospheres.

  • Beverly Hills Cop

    This week Terence and Hollis are in stitches after watching the hilarious Eddie Murphy in his first box office smash, Beverly Hills Cop (1984). Directed by, Martin Brest.

  • Mrs. Doubtfire

    Press your face in a cake and get your limes ready because this week Hollis and Terence are talking about Mrs. Doubtfire (1993). Robin Williams shines as always in this dramatic comedy directed by, Chris Columbus.

  • Goodfellas

    Martin Scorsese’s, Goodfellas (1990) is a top pick for both Terence and Hollis. They get all wrapped up in their favorite scenes and aspects of this fantastic film.

  • Village of the Damned

    Village of the Damned (1995) is a John Carpenter film that most people missed. Hollis and Terence talk all about the shiny eyed children (especially Mara) that are supposed to scare, but never quite meet the mark.

  • Silver Streak

    All aboard! Silver Streak (1976), is an action, romance, comedy with a mellow pace and a wicked cast. Terence and Hollis discuss the ways the plot surprises, but mostly can’t stop talking about Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor in this Arthur Hiller film.

  • Young Guns

    At the time, Young Guns (1988) had all the star power you could imagine. Hollis and Terence discuss the regulator’s quest for justice, Billy the Kid, and the drug induced musings of Doc in this Christopher Cain film.

  • Weird Science

    John Hughes made some of the most memorable films of the 80’s, Weird Science (1985) is no exception. Terence and Hollis discuss the unbelievable plot, Lisa’s antics, and the most amazing hair they’ve ever seen.

  • The Karate Kid

    The Karate Kid (1984) is a movie that still gives Hollis and Terence all the feels. Come along as they discuss this coming of age story, directed by John G. Avildsen.

  • The Wiz

    Before it reached cult classic status, The Wiz (1978) was a broadway hit. Terence and Hollis peer into this imaginative adaptation that presents a different take on the land of Oz. Directed by Sidney Lumet.

  • The NeverEnding Story

    This week Hollis and Terence tackle, The NeverEnding Story (1984). Come along as they discuss other realms, magical creatures, and the very scary nothing in this Wolfgang Peterson film.

  • National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation

    Doesn’t matter if you were naughty or nice, you still get a bonus episode! Gather around the yule log as Hollis and Terence chat about, National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (1989). Directed by Jeremiah Chechik and written by John Hughes.

  • The Blues Brothers

    The Blues Brothers (1980) may not have broken box office records, but this John Landis film has become a cult classic. Terence and Hollis talk about the amazing music, behind the scenes stories, and the legendary John Belushi.

  • Top Gun

    Top Gun (1986) has been ridiculed over the years, but Hollis and Terence really like this Tony Scott film. Throw your aviators on and enter the danger zone to talk about Maverick, Goose, Ice Man and Charlie. 

  • The Jerk

    Steve Martin is unforgettable in, The Jerk (1979). Terence and Hollis discuss pizza in a cup, Patty versus Marie and the man at the center of it all, Navin R. […]

  • Silence of the Lambs

    This week things get a little creepy as Terence and Hollis talk about Silence of the Lambs, Jonathan Demme (1991).

  • Blazing Saddles

    Hollis and Terence discuss Blazing Saddles, directed by Mel Brooks (1974).

  • Monty Python and The Holy Grail

    Terence and Hollis discuss Monty Python and The Holy Grail, directed by Terry Jones and Terry Gilliam (1975).

  • The Lost Boys

    Hollis and Terence discuss The Lost Boys, directed by Joel Schumacher (1987).

  • Starship Troopers

    Terence and Hollis discuss Starship Troopers, directed by Paul Verhoeven (1997).