Saturday, May 19, 2018

Tarsem on the Banks of the River Kon

This week, down one Craig, we double dip into dreamlike worlds of wonder. First, we take a nap with our therapist and Satoshi Kon's memory to explore our inner deviled eggs with a dash of Paprika. The we rest and recuperate in a nice old timey hospital as a broken stuntman tries to con a kid into helping him kill himself, as Tarsem Singh giggles to himself in a corner and pushes us towards The Fall.

Saturday, May 12, 2018

Ken Commando

This week Tyler strikes back for last week's dip into Wes Anderson Land with Larry Clark's 2002 drama, Ken Park, featuring all of Clark's staples like a generous helping of questionably legal young flesh. In order to push back against the rage and bitterness this inevitably grows, we also take a look at Arnie's 1985 tongue-in-cheek cult classic, Commando.
Join us, won't we?

Episode 49- Ken Commando

Saturday, May 5, 2018


This week we return to the gritty glitter covered Hollywood Boulevard of 1985 Los Angeles to seek revenge with Avenging Angel. Then we take a skinny dip into the quirk of Wes Anderson's rich white people on a train epic, The Darjeeling Limited... which can only lead to pain for everyone. 

Episode 48- Tweevenge

Saturday, April 28, 2018

Boy Wonder Battle Royale

RotP watches NNNBLAAB (Non-Nolan, Non-Burton Live Action/Animated Batman) theatrical release movies. Batman '66, Batman: Mask of the Phantasm, Batman Forever, Batman & Robin, and The LEGO Batman Movie. Which of these often overlooked and ridiculed entries in the Dark Knight Detective's long cinematic career holds up the best? Which reigns supreme in our esteem? Does the mantle of the Bat really belong to the Animated Series? Does the camp of '66 make people overlook its true brilliance and subversiveness? Was Kilmer just annoyed waiting for his half-caff soy vanilla latte during the whole production? Should we make a pack as a society to completely forget Clooney's time under the cowl? 
Episode 47- Burt Ward's Boy Wonder Battle Royale

Saturday, April 21, 2018

Deadly Diamond Cowboy Donkeys

RotP returns after a technical hiccup last week. First we stand against an evil oil company to save the environment with Steven Seagal On Deadly Ground. After deciding that it's just not worth saving, we head to space with the crew of the Bebop, a hair too late to celebrate Cowboy Bebop's 20th anniversary properly. Learning our skills just aren't up to standards, we decide to stowaway on a leisurely cruise with a pair of showgirls and the US men's gymnastics team learn it's true that Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. Fortunately, after being thrown overboard, we are picked up by some horney Donkey Punch-ing college kids who just don't have the self awareness they seem to be trying to comment on.
Episode 46- Deadly Diamond Cowboy Donkeys

Saturday, April 7, 2018

PB & LP All Dried Up

This week we get a mouthful of dust as we take a look at Peter Bogdanovich's classic 1971 coming of age drama, The Last Picture Show, and Rachel Talalay's cult classic 1995 post-apocalyptic comic book sci-fi action comedy, Tank Girl
Also Dave gets forgetful in his dotage, Craig finds love in the least likely of places, Tyler hits another fan gush, and Kevin has no idea what is going on. Join us, won't we?

Saturday, March 31, 2018

The Fetish Special

This week RotP takes a walk on the wilder side. Have you ever wondered- The best sauce to add for optimum gastric enjoyment and how not to end an affair? New ways to smuggle blood diamonds and how to keep ugly people out of your human carousel? Does being a supermasochist mean that you just won't have time to be a brilliant writer and a goddamn superhero? If a car is travelling east at 44 mph with two people in it, how long until the wreck and screw in the median?

The answers to all these and more will be revealed...whip us, won't you?

Episode 44- The Fetish Episode