Holden Daniels is back on the show, this time taking the on the Mystery Movie Challenge. He chose "Critically Acclaimed Box Office Bombs".
Liam Leroux is back again with vengeance... or at least with the hankering to watch a film with 1 or many Cyborgs in it. Liam agrees to take on The Movie Jerks' "Mystery Movie Challenge" and ends up watching something he might have never seen.
Matt Alaeddine requested The Movie Jerks watch 2 specific favorite films, Canada's own "The Peanut Butter Solution" and the independent comedy "Never Been Thawed". Joyously both films are beyond bizarre.
Galen WE Pendleton takes on the Mystery Movie Challenge, choosing Found Footage as his topic. Oh and JP Fournier and Shawn Gramiak were there too.
We are joined by Tom Brent from "Tomb and the Dead Language" who asked us to watch "Boyhood" a film that took 12 years to film, so in return we asked him to watch "Victoria" a film that literally was filmed in 2 and a half hours (might have been the third take, but still...). We also feature Mitch Malloy as the artist of the month, who was a member of Van Halen for a short period and wrote this song during that time.
Ken Hicks is our latest contestant in the mystery movie challenge. He picked 80s action films as his genre and we go from there.
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.