Back one last time, David Rae takes on the Movie Jerks once again, regardless of his constant ability to pick the worst films in our Mystery Movie challenge. His final pick may be the most appropriate pick for our final Mystery Movie challenge.
We breakdown our picks for the best and worst films of 2021 with author, Christopher Vander Kaay (Anatomy of Fear), as well bring up three films we believe deserves more attention.
This is the third episode to our finale.
Have Christmas movies gone too far? We chat with Danny Fournier (Oddball Productions) about the exaggerations, the extremities, and the excess shown in Christmas films may affect the way we look at the Holiday Seasons.
Back for his annual Christmas movie visit, we get to chat with Olav Rokne about Dolly Parton Christmas movies (Christmas in Dollywood and Christmas on the Square) while he is in Dollywood. In this episode Olav delivers one of the best description breakdowns of a Hallmark Christmas movie we have ever heard.
Coming back for our holiday tradition, we chat to Christine Lesiak and Ian Walker about Christmas... but still not about movies. We started with watching the yule log, then moved onto Christmas commercials, and now we've moved on up to Christmas television specials. Will we get to your favorite special?
Returning to the our most popular subject (in the States) we bring back Kelly Soloduka and Kevin Alexander to explore horror films with teens being murdered. Our past attempts have lead us to see such classics as "Don't F**k in the Woods", "Hooker with a Hacksaw", and worst of all "Jeepers Creepers 3". Will this round be as successful?
Chris Vander Kaay joins the jerks (JP Fournier and Shawn Gramiak) once again, this time exploring films with Paranormal Police Procedurals.
Halloween is the perfect time to catch up on our classic MGM, Hammer, and other brand of monster flicks. In this episode, Valarie Savard is back on the show to pick a mystery monster flick. Will we pick your favorite monster?
In this episode we take a request from returning guest Liam Leroux, who asked us to persuade Chris Vander Kaay into watching an Ernest P Worrell film. He gladly accepted the challenge and turned the episode into an exploration into clueless heroes. So time to honour some dummies.
We reunite with our beloved comic friend Winston Herbert and dive into the ever adapting subgenre of Body Swapping movies. Our Mystery Movie pick this time might have been one of the more disappointing films.