Sat, 14 April 2012
The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" gang knocks their heads together to discuss the appeal of 3D movies, or lack there of, and China's decision to ban the re-release of "Titanic" due to "3D nudity." The trio also have to pitch a movie based on a classic board game, then lastly the guys play Adapt the Unadaptable and adapt their own podcast into a board game. Of course the boys get caught up in strange subjects like boomerangs that don't come back, the real-life animated "Titanic" movie and its rapping dog, the different versions of the game Guess Who? for hate groups, the negative consequences of combining your gory scenes with your T&A, "Twister" in twisters, the sad Elephant Man-like existence of Mr. Bucket, Ben's adoration of "Critters 2," and, most often, the topic of third-boob erotica as popularized in "Total Recall."
Episode 5 includes:
This Week's Pitch -- Board Games!
This Week's Game -- Adapt the Unadaptable
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Sun, 8 April 2012
The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" welcome special guest George to the crew. The gang's focus this week is on the inordinate amount of remakes and sequels in risk-averse Hollywood. The pitch this week is a sequel or remake to a movie over 20 years old. The game this week is What That Is?, where the host gives a title and cast and the other guys have to fake a plot synopsis. But of course, what really happens is that this foursome takes several detours of the scatological and bizarre variety, like reverse glory holes, the "Air Buddies" franchise and puppy milk, Roman Polanski's Hot Tub Time Machine, the Russian Roulette handbook, "Space Jam" as a documentary, and a powerful misunderstanding of the female anatomy. Catch us on YouTube as well now, folks.
Episode 4 includes:
-This Week's The Pitch -- Sequelize It!
-This Week's Game -- What That Is?
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Sun, 1 April 2012
The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" gang talk about the rating squabble of the anti-bullying documentary "Bully," which leads into a lengthy discussion about the weird rules of the MPAA and its inconsistent rulings. The boys then play their movie-related games while hopping from one ridiculous idea to the next like the theoretical tiny feet of Turkish people, how many F-bombs it takes to ruin a child's innocence, rating grief on an R.L. Stein scale, the shocking dark backstory to Thumper in "Bambi", and making obscure pop-culture references that no one in their right mind should know ("Theodore Rex"?). It is our curse and our gift.
Episode 3 features:
-This Week's Pitch -- Adapt the Unadaptable
-This Week's Game -- Disney-fy It!
Sun, 25 March 2012
We're back and we've brought the third member of our crew, Eric. The threesome discuss the name change to "Dirty Sons of Pitches", talk about recent movies seen, and then play their series of movie-related games while bouncing around a series of ridiculous ideas like Transformers going against the Bible, twist endings becoming twist middles, and zombie nature documentaries narrated by Morgan Freeman.
Episode 2 features:
-This Week's Pitch -- Zombie-fy It!
-This Week's Game -- Porno-ize It!
Sun, 18 March 2012
Welcome to the "Dirty Sons of Pitches" ladies and gentlemen of the Interwebs. Our inaugural show introduces the world to regular hosts Nate and Ben as they talk shop with movies and play a series of movie-related games while bouncing around a series of ridiculous ideas such as why the "B" encyclopedia section was cherished, Dirk Dinklage, and Ben's Super Mario Brothers fan ficiton. Yes, you read that right -- Super Mario Brothers fan fiction.
Episode 1 features:
-The implications of the absence of encyclopedias
-Ben's "special four-leaf-clover hat"
-Dispute over the ape revolution
-Discussion over "Silent House" and gimmicks, HBO's "Game Change"
-This Week's Pitch -- Sequelize It!
"Pluto Nash Meets Dave in Geosynchronous Norbit"
-Eddie Murphy: a force more powerful than God?
-This Week's Game -- Defend Yourself!
Ben defends "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen"
Nate defends the "Super Mario Bros." movie