Dirty Sons of Pitches

The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are carrying on through the 1990s examining one year every episode, and this time it's the movies of 1992, with the guys watching Robert Altman's Hollywood satire and career comeback "The Player" and then a schlocky Full Moon Pictures horror movie Ben has always wanted to watch, "Seedpeople."

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Episode 395 includes:

-R.I.P. Normal Lear, Andre Braugher, but definitely not Henry Kissinger

-"Beau is Afraid" sure is... soemthing, and "Saltburn" leaves a bad taste in your mouth. 

-Behold the tansphobic travesty that is The Daily Wire's sports "comedy" called "Lady Ballers."

-By the Decade -- 1992 -- "Seedpeople" / "The Player"

-The guys work through their disappointment with both movies, discussing why "Seedpeople" grows tiresome despite some killer creature design, and why the comedy of "The Player" might be too droll or inside-baseball to really land as comedy in our modern day and age. 

Direct download: pitch_395.mp3
Category:By the Decade -- posted at: 9:18am EDT