Suppose they gave a Nicholas Cage-Nicole Kidman movie, and nobody came? The answer: Joel Schumacher’s Trespass. Meanwhile Elliott reveals the other podcasts in our podcasting empire, Zhubin steals the love of our fans, and Dan lashes out about his verbal shortcomings.
0:00 – 0:33 – Introduction and theme.
0:34 – 6:41 – We introduce our special guest, fellow Daily Show writer Zhubin Parang, and extend thanks to all who came to the live show.
6:42 – 37:15 – We discuss Nic Cage’s latest Flop House joint, Trespass, which approached Delgo levels of failure.
37:16 – 39:50 – Final judgments
39:51 – 52:55 – Flop House Movie Mailbag
52:56 – 57:00 – The sad bastards recommend.
57:01 – 59:27- Frackcast, theme, and outtakes.
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Wikipedia synopsis of Trespass.
Flop House Plugs Corner
Elliott screens Dead End at 92Y Tribeca.
Wednesday, February 1 at 7:30 pm
92YTribeca SCREENING ROOM
200 Hudson Street, NY, NY
Bullshit. I am totally calling you guys out for making up the plot of this one on the fly. There’s no way that the movie actually involves that many twists. We want diamonds! For a kidney transplant! Now were gonna cut your daughter open for her kidney! Nah we’re just kidding we don’t need the kidney but give up the money! There’s no way this really happens in this movie. I mean I expect nothing from Mr. Schumacher and Co. especially this late in his career, but wait, wha? C’mon.
Fuck the haters, Dan. Pronouncing “pin” and “pen” as homophones is perfectly normal in regions where the Pen-pin Merger has occurred. Sorry, but linguistic prescriptivism always gets me fired up.
Also, I think I may have seen part of this movie on TV once: it was like watching someone’s fever dream, but not in a fun or interesting way.