Episode #172 – Legends of OZ: Dorothy’s Return

There’s just something about a terrible kids’ movie that brings out the best (?) in us, so we dive headfirst into the CGI flop Legends of OZ: Dorothy’s Return. Meanwhile, Stuart gives important advice to our kidnapped listeners, Dan inadvertently pitches the new hit movie “Uncatchable,” and Bizzarro Elliott makes an appearance.

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Somehow more terrifying than Return to OZ.

Wikipedia synopsis for Legends of OZ: Dorothy’s Return

Movies and TV recommended in this episode:

Logan’s Run

Come see Stuart introduce a rare 35mm screening of Castle Freak at the Alamo Drafthouse, Yonkers on Feb 21. The freak himself will be in attendance!

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February 21st, 2015



  1. Wildride says:

    OK, I got my hand free and removed my blindfold. The only obvious exit is Dennis. There is a flask here, but I cannot get ye flask. Any advice.

  2. Wildride says:

    Weirdest setup/payoff is White House Down which has the setup of the main character missing his daughter’s flag thing, not to set up that he’s a bad dad, but to establish that she knows how to wave a flag. That way we aren’t surprised when she grabs that flag and it doesn’t explode or I don’t know what.

    • Gzoref says:

      That’s really funny. I did catch that, and I’ll be damned if at the end she didn’t wave that huge flag for all she was with.

      I can’t think of a stupider one right now, but I’m sure it exists.

  3. Peter Tupper says:

    Not one “Surrender Dorothy” joke? For shame.

  4. Andy says:

    Great episode, Peaches. Dan finally told one of his co-hosts to “shut the f*** up” which was hilarious and strangely cathartic for me. I like empowered Dan.

  5. Jeff says:

    Elliott asked for it, so here it is: a poster for THE DARK KNOTT.

    Not the one-sheet the premise deserves, but yada yada you get the idea…


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