Tue, 17 April 2018
The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are back and extra restful from the time off. There's a lot of news items to cover and several good to great movies as well, making this a bountiful and thankful podcast. The guys record after dark and get a little punchy, a little more absurd, and a little more provocative. If you've ever wondered more about the difference between Allison Mack and Alex Mack and the usefulness of turning into a puddle of liquid metal, then your day has come.
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Episode 208 includes:
-Groomers of the Week: Channel Awesome, Allison Mack, and Jon K.
-Stan Lee's blood stolen, which leads to a bizarre KISS anecdote that Ben thinks is the most amazingly metal thing ever.
-R.I.P. Isao Takahata, Milos Forman, Art Bell.
-John Krasinski's horror hit "A Quiet Place" is a simple idea brilliantly executed.
-The sex comedy "Blockers" is charmingly progressive and quite funny.
-"Rampage" is a big, dumb monster movie that works well at being a big, dumb monster movie.
-This Week's Pitch -- None!