The imfamous Kelly Dakus is back, this time taking a turn for the norm and throwing to us a movie that he loves, Sam Raimi's comic book western, "The Quick and the Dead", so to show our appreciation we returned with "The Ridiculous 6", an Adam Sandler film.
Episode 223: Mystery Movie Episode: Scifi with Dallas Friesen Synopsis - Dallas Friesen ("The 11 O'Clock Number") takes on the Mystery Movie challenge. He picked scifi/horror as the genre and we provided 20 unmarked dvds in that genre. What he picks we must all endure together.
We welcome fellow podcasters Alec Loney and Ivan Theriault, hosts of "The Awesome Hour. They asked us to watch "Thrashin'" so we returned by asking them to watch "Gleaming the Cube". We tackle 80s skateboarding in high form plus April Fools Day.
Douglas Mitchell (Edmonton Unplugged) gets us to watch "Hacksaw Ridge", so we ask him to watch "Life is Beautiful", two films where believing in a fantasy world may help get you through the horrors of war.
Originally posted Feb 7, 2017
We have a jam packed episode with guests, Murray Utas, Megan Dart, and Amber Alexander joining us to talk about 5 timeless romances that are still as relevant today, as the day they were released. We also hear about the Chinook Series, combining three amazing festivals (Expanse, Canoe, and The Fringe) into one amazing series. Plus you get to hear it here on the Movie Jerks first, the debut of Klusterfunk's new single "Bad Feeling's".
Originally posted: Feb 13, 2017
Matt Lisac was kind enough to ask us to watch "Practical Magic". Mistaken that as a kind gesture, we asked him in return to watch "The VVitch". We still like Matt, but damn was his pic sinister.
Originally posted Feb 27, 2017
Playing off the Oscar Buzz we analyze two iconic films that changed movie making as we know it, Citizen Kane and... what? Really? The Greasy Strangler? What ever. At least we have Liam Leroux back.
Originally posted Feb 21, 2017
Stacey Brotzel (CTV) has returned once again in what may be a tradition of watching the "50 Shades" film. To balance our mood and demeanor we went to Tasty Tom's for breakfast. Good food helps to digest one terrible film.