Tue, 28 March 2017
The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are recording after dark and are a bit punchy, as quickly evidenced from their opening conversation. In honor of the horror B-movie "The Belko Experiment" the guys are pitching movies based around an office setting. Enjoy this especially energized podcast as the guys come to their 5-year podcasting anniversary. Also listen in on playgrounds in theaters, a possible "Matrix" reboot, why the Enchantress would leave helpful magical items to the Beast she cursed, whether Belle and the Beast had sex, Vampire Ice-T, and the latent labial nature of human-possessed wardrobes.
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Episode 169 includes:
-Watch as a conversation about Chuck Berry possibly being in hell goes to anatomical lengths never before imagined.
-What do Russia and Alabama have in common?
-Surprise, "Beauty and the Beast" is a charmless, inferior version! Do not be our guest.
-Ben defends Netfix's "Iron Fist" from attacks, and also berates those who complained about "Passengers" but excuse the Stockholm syndrome of "Beauty and the Beast."
-"The Belko Experiment" is a bloody, entertaining, good enough B-movie.
-This Week's Pitch -- Office Life!
-Nate pitches an office workplace comedy set in Heaven trying to make sense of God's contradictory demands. And then God goes missing.
-Ben pitches an office building during a zombie apocalypse, an Everything Evil office setting, two men competing to build the tallest building, and a Die Hard on take your child to work day.