There are Flop House movies that are actual flops, and then there are huge blockbusters that need the flop treatment. We take a look at one of the latter. Meanwhile, Elliott takes us on a trip through the thesaurus entry for “muscular,” Stuart shows his anti-romantic streak, and Dan reveals one of the many ways in which he’s like a teenage girl.
0:00 – 0:34 – Introduction and theme
0:35 – 37:36 – Hail, hail, the gang’s all here. Which gang? All of the supposedly-full-time Flop House co-hosts! A podcast with all three floppers together comes along once in a blue moon. Or in this case, a new moon. A Twilight: New Moon. …Remind me never to hire myself as a copywriter.
37:37 – 39:33 – Final judgments
39:34 – 43:31 – The long-awaited WINNERS of the “Give Dan a Hook” contest!
43:32 – 51:19 – The sad bastards recommend.
51:20 – 52:13 – Goodbyes, theme, and outtakes.
If you didn’t win the”GIVE DAN A HOOK” contest, but still want to hear the DVD commentary we did for John Ott’s short horror film, STULL, you can just purchase the thing outright, by going here.
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Great, great podcast! As someone who watched the first movie at 5 am while trying to get my sick 2 year old daughter to sleep, it was great to listen to the sequel made fun of. The plot sounded so bad that I blanked out in the middle of the synopsis. Loved Elliott’s stream of descriptions for how buff the wolfmans were.
Thanks for taking the piss out of the newest module of “Twilight” aka “Up With Emos.”
If Shakespeare could’ve seen what would become of Romantic Tragedy, he’d’ve made Romeo & Juliet a farce.