Sun, 23 August 2015
The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are joined by George this week because of George's adoration of the so-bad-it's-good series, "Left Behind." The gang pitches faith-based movies and get far too caught up in their conversational tangents to have a game this week. The guys also talk about the purposes of plugs, TV Catwomen actress orgies, the logistics of chasity belts, whether the Roger Corman "Fantastic Four" is the best version of the characters on screen, Jared Fogel's new slogans, the bad aging of CGI effects, the needless early 90s VR sene in "Disclosure," the eligibility of "The Day the Clown Cried" in ten years time, sighing in someone's face, the exact number of books George has read in his life which can be counted on two hands, what to do and what not to do with the Anti-christ, and Dolly Parton's singing voice.
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Episode 118 includes:
-What if "Star Wars" sucks? Think about it, won't you?
-George talks about his thoughts on "Ant-Man," "Ted 2," "Spy," "Fantastic Four," and "Trainwreck."
-Ben says "Straight Outta Compton" turned him into a Republican voter.
-Nate says "The Man From U.N.C.L.E." is fizzy fun and better use of Guy Ritchie's skills, even if nobody remembers the TV show.
-Nate and Ben are truly shocked to find "Little Boy" to be competent even after it implies God dropped the atom bombs.
-This Week's Pitch -- Faith-Based Movies!
-George explains his love of the "Left Behind" movies and books.
-Nate pitches an inspirational movie where a boy puts his faith in Cthulu.
-Ben pitches an atheist with Messiah syndrome, an inter-faith bowling team, and a priest and rabbi who fight gangs together.
-This Week's Game -- None!