Matt Alden has returned along side with Alice Kelly, in hope of watching a film with an alien in it. Did he succeed? Well let's just say there was at least an alien in the title.
After seeing "Upgrade" we noticed that a lot of science fiction films feel the need to show body upgrades and modifications. So we bring back Kevin Alexander to explore films with biological upgrades.
To celebrate our beloved country, we brought on our favorite Canadian, Liam Leroux. Liam has unconsciously been one of the biggest fans of Canadian film, so instead of our usual 20 mystery movies we laid out 20 cases with two films each. Liam picks the case then Gramiak picks one of the two films to watch. The results redefine us as The Movie Jerks.
This episode we take a look at body horror films with Paul Matwychuk (Trash, Art, & the Movies). What we watch is so bizarre that it has to be seen to believe... or just listen to us watch it and discuss can do the trick too.
Artist of the Month is 2018 Edmonton Music Award Nominee - Kane Incognito. www.kaneincognito.com.
We take our second chance at finding a film that will make Shawn Gramiak cry. Mr. Sensitive himself, Nathan Semenyna has returned to take the challenge too. This time the film tackles one of our darkest moments in history. Will a realistic look at one of our most inhuman acts be enough to make these two shed a tear?
Dungeons & Dragons expert, Mark Meer joins us as we delve into the anti D&D propaganda phenomenon known as "Mazes and Monsters". Can the talented Tom Hanks persuade our opinions and beliefs about dangers of using your imagination? Listen in to find out.
In this Mystery Movie Episode, our guest James Ball thought he could water down the picks by choosing a topic that is filled to the brim with great films... yet he still picked a film worthy of The Movie Jerks.
On this week's episode, we gathered up movies most requested by our listeners. Trent Wilkie (https://theundad.com/) takes on the Mystery Challenge, understanding perfectly well the weird and bizarre films our listener-ship would encourage us to tackle.
Matt Alaeddine makes a triumphant return to the Movie Jerks, by breaking contracts, ignoring warnings, and defying petitions. We all look at two documentaries focussing on two individuals who broke the molds on internet rights, social norms, and set the roads for everyone to learn from, "The Internet's Own Boy", and "We Live in Public".