The Movie Jerks, JP Fournier and Shawn Gramiak invited the most positive person they know, the beloved Christian Zyp (CJSR's Moving Radio), to join them as they watch one of 2018 worst rated films. To be fair, they let Christian pick which movie they were going to watch from a pile of 20 unmarked DVD cases, each containing a different movie considered to be one of the worst of 2018. That's right, the Mystery Movie Challenge featuring the worst films of 2018!
What ends up getting selected and watched, is not only the worst movie of the year, but it is something so bad it has to be seen to be believed...but ideally, you don't want to see it for any reason.
This month's feature track is The Betty Alice Effect's "Over My Head"
While Gramiak won the most votes for the Christmas movie he picked "I'll Be Home For Christmas", nobody won in the end. Danny Fournier (Oddball Productions) joins the Jerks in their awakening to what might be the worst Christmas movie ever made.
David Rae gives us another chance, after continuous torment from the JP Fournier and Shawn Gramiak have shown him. This time The Movie Jerks put out 20 Christmas films for him to choose from... and he may have gotten the worst Christmas movie of all time. Did we watch the worst Christmas movie ever, or is there something worse?
In lieu of getting a real life Santa Claus, The Movie Jerks decided to settle with the complete opposite of Santa Claus... James Ross. We still put him in the gauntlet to pick one of twenty films, this time all films were Santa related. What he ended up picking, surprised us all.
Mr. Liam Leroux (https://twitter.com/OttawaHughes) is back. Able to fit us in between his spoken word story telling sessions and writing (http://www.blurb.com/b/8769688-the-slumbering-wasp), Liam let us know his opinions about the two Goon films, which causes a bit of a dispute.
In this episode, the October People Productions (https://www.facebook.com/TheOctoberPeopleProductions) Kat and John Evans join the Jerks in chatting about two magnificent productions by director Jennifer Lynch, "Surveillance" and "Chained".
On this week's episode we talk with director Justin McConnell about his film "Lifechanger". We also dive into two films by visionary French director Jean-Pierre Jeunet, "Alien Resurrection" and "Delicatessens".