Thankfully through Gramiak's lack of social cues, we were able to speak to Comedian Darryl Lenox. Darryl easily switches gears on our usual podcast and has us talking about some of the great movies out there, plus delivers one awe inspiring tale of going to the movies that put perspectives on taking your own path in life. Finally Gramiak's lack of social cues pays off.
Fan favourite Liam Leroux is back. This time taking on the "Mystery Mystery Movie Challenge". This time we laid out 20 movies that we have no idea what they are besides knowing the title. Even we don't know what the movies are.
The Movie Jerks used to tease director Galen Pendleton, that we would trick him into watching his own film with us... so he finally gave in and brought the film to us. Is this brave or something else?
We brought in our biggest Star Wars fan, comedian Howie Miller (Caution: May Contain Nuts), and put out 20 Star Wars knock off films in front of him. As excited as he gets with his pick, nothing can prepare him for how bad the film turned out to be.
Also in this episode, artist of the month Kane Incognito with their latest single "Devil's Gold".
David Husereau (http://icanteachyouhowtomakethat.com/) is back. This time he takes on the Mystery Movie Challenge picking "Buddy Cop Films" as his genre. His pick will bring us to one of the most anger fueled episodes we have had in some time. @EvilHuse
With the third book by Kathleen Fenandez-Vander Kaay and Chris Vander Kaay, "Indie Science Fiction Cinema Today" getting released, we invite Chris Vander Kaay back on the show. We talk about his new documentary, indie science fiction films, and delve deeper by exploring two indie Scifis that play out within the confines of a single room, "Exam" and "Infinity Chamber".
After showing him one of the nastiest films we have done on the podcast, we were able to convince David Rae to come back with the promise that all the 20 movies in the Mystery Movie challenge would be family friendly film. Will this work in his favor... probably not.
Winston Herbert is back to announce his upcoming Pinball Podcast. In honor of this news, we asked him to watch Ken Russell's psychedelic 1975 musical "Tommy". Spoiler alert: One of us dances in a pile of beans.
Megan Dart ("Dead Center of Town") joins the Jerks to update them on this years Chinook Series. She asks us to watch Tarsem Singh's "The Cell" (2000) so we asked her to watch Stephen King's "Cell" (2016). Every now and then we have to remind people that the Movie Jerks are actual Jerks.
We took a look at two Taylor Lautner actioners, "Tracers" and "Abduction", with the one and only Kent Tilley, AKA Kaotic Kent.
Artist of the month is Keltie, and her hit "Someone Tell Her."