MAX FUN DRIVE part TWO! We talk about The Nutcracker and the Four Realms, which Elliott chose for some baffling reason. Meanwhile, Elliott explains Richard Gere’s Mothman issues, Stuart reveals the scariest number of ghosts, and Dan takes the show off-road to an abandoned farm.
Press the play button above to listen to this episode.Download it here, or paste https://feeds.simplecast.com/EOAFriME into iTunes (or your favorite podcatching software) to have new episodes delivered to you directly as they’re released.
Wikipedia synopsis for The Nutcracker and the Four Realms
Movies recommended in this episode:
LIVE SHOW DATES 2019!
June 8 – PORTLAND – Revolution Hall
July 13 – MINNEAPOLIS – Parkway
September 28 – BOSTON – WBUR CitySpace (TWO shows in one night)
October 12 – LOS ANGELES – The Regent Theater
Hey, Elliott mentioned being disappointed that you guys didn’t get to do the remake Alice in Wonderland films and I just wanted to say, you totally can, it’s your show. In fact, please do! I’d love to hear you guys’ take on them. Personally I hate them so I’d love to hear them ripped to shreds but I’d be equally intrigued to hear what, if any, redeeming parts you peaches could find.
Here’s a low-bitrate version for people with data caps: https://archive.org/details/TheFlopHouseEpisode281TheNutcrackerAndTheFourRealmsLowBitrate
Thanks a million!
Because of this podcast, I will definitely be putting a rat king in the next season of Kaijumax. (as the very lamest cryptid)
Not a horror movie, but I think the Batman villain Hush was (spoilers for a fairly older comic) a childhood friend of Bruce’s who tried to kill his mother because he was jealous that Bruce was an orphan i.e. would inherit his family fortune early. Something like that
The Episode where Stewart predicted the animated “film The Willoughbys”