Comedian Ben Proulx takes on the Mystery Movie Challenge, choosing the category of "Unfunny Comedies". Since Ben is making us watch something unfunny, we brought in the man with the biggest and loudest laugh we know... Liam Leroux. Tune in to find out what unfunny film we endure.
There is no way we can prepare ourselves for a conversation with Mike Wilmot, besides having the comfort in knowing that it's going to be amazing. Mike met up with us before his stand up show in Edmonton and we couldn't be happier.
The Movie Jerks bring back Kelly Soloduka and Kevin Alexander to take on the Mystery Movie Challenge. Soloduka picked the category of horror movies where the sexy teens get murdered while vacationing in an unknown deserted destination. What we ended up watching... well it fits the category.
The much anticipated (AKA Make Gramiak Cry) episode is here. This time we didn't anticipate the level of emotions that would leak out. Our guest is the stone cold Nathan Semenyna.
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This week comedian Carina Morton picks Romantic Comedies as the topic for Mystery Movie Watch. That movie turns out to be the one and only "Zapped!" 1982, sex comedy with Scott Baio. Due to some frequency issues, we ended up loosing the introduction but luckily out lovely dissecting of this film is here for everyone's listening pleasures.
Holden Daniels is back on the show, this time taking the on the Mystery Movie Challenge. He chose "Critically Acclaimed Box Office Bombs".