Episode #151 – Any Which Way You Can

1980 was a simpler time, when you could put Clint Eastwood together with an orangutan, not bother to come up with a story, and release it as a major motion picture called Any Which Way You Can (check out We Hate Movies doing the first film in the “Clint goes ape” series, Every Which Way but Loose HERE). Meanwhile Dan runs through several impeccable celebrity impressions, Elliott explains a rare sex act, and Stu discusses what orangutans did to get orangutan news before Google alerts.

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So this is about a giant floating Clint head? Like Zardoz?

Wikipedia synopsis for Any Which Way You Can

Movies recommended in this episode:
Blue Ruin
I Saw the Devil
Shock Corridor


We’re delighted to be doing a live show at the Alamo Drafthouse (Yonkers, NY branch) — what we hope is just the first of many. We will again be joining with I Love Bad Movies to present a live screening, this time of the Mick Garris/Stephen King “horror film” SLEEPWALKERS. There will be presentations, bits, and of course the Original Peaches riffing over the entire movie. Tickets are already going fast, and seating is reserved, so get yours now!
Saturday, May 10, 2014
7:30 PM
Address: 2548 Central Park Avenue, Yonkers, NY 10710
Phone: (914) 226-3082

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May 3rd, 2014



  1. Wodin says:

    Ooh. This is goin’ to be good. All I have to say is Right turn, Clyde 🙂

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  3. Tim says:

    Two years late:
    Superman never made any money, saving the world from Solomon Grundy.

  4. Christine says:

    Elliott is being very unkind to Dan. Stuart is just following along.. It is not attractive, Elliott. I think, I hope you were raised to be better than that.

  5. Gerald Fnord says:

    Bakersfield is like an amalgam of blue-collar America, though particularly Texas and Oklahoma, but its looking a lot like the rustier parts of the Midwest makes some sense.

    The Black Widows sound like Eric von Zipper’s gang (‘Ratz & Mice’?) from A.I.P.’s ‘Beach Party’ movies.

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