The Flop House: Episode #41 – 12 Rounds

Dan was out of town this weekend, so he didn’t have time to write full show notes for this episode, but he did have time to post it, and HERE IT IS!

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Here are the links for the plugs in this episode:

Mr. Whitepants’ Comedy Hour
a sketch show
Friday, July 24 @ 7 PM
@ The Magnet Theater
254 W. 29th Street, NY, NY
Tix $5 – Cheap beer available too!
Duration – 1 hour (Mr. Whitepants 30 min set)

Elliott’s film series
Next film: Love Me Tonight
Wed, Sep 9, 2009, 8:00pm
92YTribeca, 200 Hudson Street

Alexander Delicious
(Stuart’s friend/ his friend’s album)

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July 20th, 2009



  1. BHay says:

    Not to be one of the geek jerks, but Renny Harlin’s Mindhunters did get a theatrical release. I know because I saw it in a theater on opening day. There were about 3 of us in the theater. It was in May 2006 or maybe even 2005.

    But Stuart’s right: Mindhunters is ridiculously awesome. People are frozen and shattered, hung up like puppets, and even blown up by tainted cigarettes. Also, Harlin gives already twitchy character actor Clifton Collins Jr a physical handicap, allowing him to reach Vincent D’nofrio heights of scenery chewing.

    And Renny did go straight to DVD with his next film, The Cleaner.

    Keep up the great podcasts. I enjoy running to them.

  2. Dan McCoy says:

    Did we say that Mindhunters went directly to DVD? If we did, I blame Stuart, since I was certainly familiar with it as an actual release.

    I’m glad you enjoyed Mindhunters. A wonderful, terrible Harlin film. On the other hand, The Coven was just a dull, terrible Harlin film.

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