Fri, 30 June 2017
The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" have several new movies to talk about, which include two of the best movies of the year and one of the worst. On top of that, there's seismic news on the "Star Wars" front with the ongoing drama lingering from the directors of the Han Solo spinoff being fired.
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Episode 181 includes:
-What the hell is going on in the world of the "Star Wars" spinoffs?!
-The new "War for the Planet of the Apes" is a blockbuster with soul and everything missing in big-budget movies.
-The guys review a slew of movies starting with B (Bad Batch, Beatriz at Dinner, Below Her Mouth), and all of them disappointing.
-The fifth "Transformers" movie almost killed Ben.
-"Spider-Man: Homecoming" is the best Spider-Man film and arguably the best MCU film yet.
Mon, 19 June 2017
The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are taking the unexpected role of serving as defenders of the much-derided Tom Cruise action film, "The Mummy." The guys explain why they don't understand all the hate. They then follow that by pitching the rest of the Dark Universe, the latest cinematic universe meant to combine all the classic monsters from Universal's older era. Also, Ben is forcibly capped at five "Wonder Woman" name references.
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Episode 180 includes:
-R.I.P. Adam West, the man who saved Batman.
-Terry Gilliam achieves the previously unachieveable and Kevin Smith surprises by being able to keep his mouth shut.
-Does the 2017 "Flatliners" have the worst music choice of any trailer ever? Listen for yourself.
-"Cars 3" is the worst Pixar movie and the laziest.
-Why are the funniest parts of the bachelorette party gone wrong comedy "Rough Night" the parts with ScarJo's fiance?
-Surprise, "The Mummy" is a very enjoyable B-movie and Ben and Nate tackle and counter the biggest charges against this film.
-This Week's Pitch -- Dark Universe!
-Ben and Nate pitch the ongoing Dark Universe films and their monster adventures.
Thu, 15 June 2017
The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are bringing out the lasso of truth to analyze the big-budget, highly anticipated close-up for Wonder Woman. Ben has a lot to say on the matter and further develops his thesis about the perils of low expectations. The guys talk so much about Wonder Woman that only Ben takes a turn pitching female superhero stories. Stay for conversation on cartoons shooting above the heads of their audience the weird things you might find in vending machines, Yelp reviews for dentists, Ben's stance on all non-Dragon Force music, and the power and detriment of holding onto a hilariously anachronistic article of facial hair.
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Episode 179 includes:
-News on the Monster Universe and the Dark Universe a.k.a. the Universal Monster Universe.
-What kind of life awaits the talking toilet in "Beauty and the Beast"?
-Nate and Ben think the French cannibal horror film "Raw" could have been a bit rawer.
-"Wonder Woman" symbolizes everything wrong with moviegoing audiences for Ben, whereas Nate found some enjoyable things. This is a wide-ranging discussion that lasts for a solid half hour. Stay tuned at the end for a discussion over a big, bushy mustache.
-This Week's Pitch -- Female Superheroes!
-Ben shares some of his prior pitches and characters from his complicated comic book universe of ideas.
-This Week's Game -- No Game!
Fri, 2 June 2017
The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are going back in time to the most awesome of decades, the 90s, in honor of the not-so-good remake of the 90s international hit of blondes and boobs, "Baywatch." The guys pitch TV shows from the 90s to be rebooted into movies and take a stroll down memory lane essentially recounting all the various TV shows, known and little known, that they loved.
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Episode 178 includes:
-RIP Roger Moore, Caitlin Bree, and Zach Snyder's daughter.
-Ben sets the record straight for the "Star Trek" fans upset about the TV show being diverse.
-Ben and Nate differ on "Pirates 5" but agree Johnny Depp isn't even trying anymore.
-"Baywatch" is a movie that doesn't know what it wants to be.
-This Week's Pitch -- 90s TV Reboots!
-Nate pitches reboots for "Lexx," "Walker Texas Ranger," "G vs. E," "Brimstone," and several more.
-Ben pitches reboots for "Beast Wars," "Mummies Alive," "Secret World of Alex Mack," "Clarissa Explains it All," and several more.