Wooohooo it’s time for another Dave On . . . episode!
For a brief moment I considered having us do a Top 5 Power Trios, with both of us contributing our own lists. However, when it comes to music I am just a listener and I realized that I may not even know what the fuck a Power Trio even is. And apparently, I was right. I really didn’t have a grasp on what makes a Power Trio a Power Trio.
Dave to the rescue!
In this episode he tells us what the true elements of a Power Trio are AND which ones, in his opinion, are the best.
I also read to him from ranker.com’s list of Rock Power Trios to see if he agrees or disagrees with their choices.
At the front end of the show we also have a Glenn Scarpelli update brought to you courtesy of New York City’s own Mark Levitt (twitter.com/wiggybloogy) who, for reasons we won’t divulge, has his finger on the pulse of all things Glenn Scarpelli.
We discuss some other things — and there is some pot talk — but mostly we’re all about the Power Trios!
Happy 4th of July everyone!
Heyooo good people! We’re back with a new episode.
In this one we discuss each of our top 5 favorite movies. Mind you, these are not the top 5 best movies ever made. Just our favorites.
As you may or may not know, it is very difficult for Dave to rank things. That’s fine, really. It all adds to the fun.
We discuss each of our picks and play the trailer as well. Surprisingly I agree with a lot of Dave’s movies (except his #3, I can’t even understand that pick) and — not surprisingly — he has neither heard of nor seen most of mine.
Enjoy the show! And thanks so much for tuning in!
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We're back this week with a movie review/discussion. We watched 1978's The Boys from Brazil based on the novel by Ira Levin of the same name. The Boys from Brazil is available to watch FREE on youtube. I'll link to it below.
Fair warning! There be spoilers ahead and throughout the podcast.
Recently I read Bill O'Reilly's book "Killing The SS." It is all about Jewish Nazi hunters who searched the world for escaped Nazi war criminals. It is a fascinating read. One of the many things that stuck with me was how eager or willing people were to move on and put the crimes of the Nazis behind them. Some of these criminals had escaped and traveled by boat to South America, where they continued living their lives with little fear of being found. You'd think more would have been done to go and find those folks.
Anyhoo, reading Killing The SS reminded me of this movie for various reasons. Dave had never seen it, and it's free to watch on youtube, so here we are.
We start off with the trailer, which is extremely misleading when it doesn't have to be.
It really plays as if this is a full-out horror movie and it's probably because of how popular horror movies were at the time. The Omen II, Magic, Halloween, and Jaws 2 were just some of the films The Boys From Brazil was competing against. So, yeah. I get why the trailer is misleading.
The movie stars some top notch classic actors. Gregory Peck, Sir Laurence Olivier and James Mason. And though Olivier's health had begun to decline, he is absolutely perfect as Ezra Liebermann, the aging Nazi hunter who pieces together Josef Mengele's diabolical plan to bring the Third Reich back to its former glory. Gregory Peck's Mengele is equally as good, though the shadow of his ..
Once again it’s time for Dave to scrutinize!
This week we go through three TOP 10 ALBUMS OF ALL TIME lists and he gives his opinions on their entries.
The lists in question are from Ranker.com, NME and Rolling Stone.
While Dave doesn’t agree with any one list entirely, we both felt like NME’s list was absolute shite, plain and simple. Their list is bad and they should feel bad. NME or EN EM EE? You feel me?
Anyhoooooo, out of the thirty entries we discuss there was only one black person included (and Dave is not a fan of his) and zero women. Are these lists racist and chauvinistic? REEEEEEEEEE
After we go through the lists we discuss what bands/artists we feel should have been included. Sorry KISS, you didn’t make the cut. But the news is good for you Van Halen!
We won’t be putting this up on youtube because the last time we had a show and included a clip from a certain band we got a strike! Even though it is definitely considered “Fair Use.” So, sorry folks, itunes, bitchute and our website only this time!
Thanks so much for listening! Feel free to drop us a note and let us know what your top ten album list looks like!
Well if you had half a brain from the get-go you knew this shit just wasn’t true. It couldn’t be true.
Picture if you will:
MAGA-hat-wearing Trump supporters lurking outside of a Subway in the dead of night, dealing with the frigid Chicago temperatures in hopes of assaulting a third rate actor from a shitty Fox show. . .
Lol, just no.
But for whatever reason (Liberalism Is A Mental Disorder!) people really really really wanted to believe this horse shit. And they did. Some doubling down even after a few of the more dubious facts started to emerge. (Lol, Sara Gilbert you dope!)
And then! The charges were mysteriously dropped, and his record wiped clean.
I smell cover-up, and cover-up smells a lot like Kamala Harris to be honest.
Dave and I go over the Jussie Smollett time line, we play clips here and there and give our reactions to them.
Truth be told there are a shit ton of fake “hate” hoaxes out there, and most of the time they are perpetrated by the “victims” themselves. Have a gander at this website: http://www.fakehatecrimes.org/
After that nonsense, we speak about last week’s episode and how one of our beloved listeners had an uncle who was considered a jazz great!
Anyhooooo, as always, thanks for listening, guys!
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Hi there folks, welcome to episode number forty-three! As the title states, we discuss some major stories that have seemingly disappeared from main stream media’s radar.
Before we start, however, Dave and I discuss and watch the “trumpet fight” video which is insane and deserves more views in my humble opinion.
Dave also has a giggle fit but refuses to share exactly what it is that has made him laugh so uncontrollably.
On to the meat and potatoes! For this episode I picked three stories that are either falsely reported on or not reported on at all any more.
How in the world do we go from Fukushima being #2 on a Top 10 Nuclear Disasters list to playing host to the torch ceremony AND baseball and softball games for the upcoming 2020 Olympics?
#2 LAS VEGAS SHOOTING
After a full year of investigating the events surrounding the largest mass shooting in American history the FBI came up with just a scant three page report saying, in essence, “Nothing to see here.” Seriously? Thanks to the tireless efforts of the de-twittered Laura Loomer, we know that’s just not true.
#3 NEW MEXICO JIHADI CAMP
Wait, you’re telling me that the son of a prominent imam who kidnapped his own special needs toddler, and then murdered him in an Islamic exorcism ritual [at a camp where he was training 11 emaciated children to become jihadist school shooters] was released on bail by the local authorities? What the fuck is happening here? Oh and did I mention that the compound and a shit ton of evidence was destroyed?
I think you’ll agree that each of these stories deserve some more digging. And while we can’t count on #fakenews outlets to tell us the truth, I am praying that independent journalists like Ms. Loomer and networks like OANN will keep us up-to-date on what’s really happening out there.
Other than these news stories, Dave reveals that he has a new favorite drummer. I’m sorry Steve Gadd, Dave Weckl has taken your place in Dave’s heart. For now. Dave explains why he’s into Weckl and his new trio.
Thanks again for tuning in folks, it means the world to us!
Hey everyone! I forced Dave to watch a movie this weekend! Wooo!
When the trailer for this one first came out I was soooo excited. I like Melissa McCarthy (and her husband!), I love muppets and also have a fondness for R-rated funny movies. With all this being said, The Happytime Murders seemed like it would be right up my alley, and I truly thought Dave would also enjoy it.
Anyhoooo. We also talk about Jussie Smollett and his literally bordering-on-insane absurdness along with the idiotic people who actually entertained his clearly bullshit story for even a single second. Fuck them. Every one of ’em.
We talk baseball — just a tiny bit — and Dave reveals his secret identity on Classmates.com.
Thanks so much for joining us!
Ahhh Fyrefest, that music festival no clear-thinking person even thought about going to. And maybe that’s the whole point, really.
Fyre Fraud is a Hulu documentary not only about the disaster that was the music festival itself, but also about the disaster that is the generation of the would-be attendees. To me, that was the bigger take away after watching their doc.
Dave and I discuss the festival, its players [Mcfarland, Ja Rule, FuckJerry, etc] as well as the millennials who happily and blindly buy into anything and everything an “influencer” puts out on social media — I really have no confidence in this segment of their generation when it comes to the future of this country.
We recommend the Hulu version as opposed to the Netflix version because Netflix actually put theirs together with Vice [fake news, sworn enemy of our beloved Gavin McInnes] AND FuckJerry media who are implicated in the $100MM law suit that is going forward regarding the festival. So, I’m not sure about its level of truthiness.
Anyway, thanks for tuning in! We appreciate you!
Now, normally you’d see the title of this particular episode and think to yourself “Ah, Dave is going to go in-depth about James Brown and his music.”
And perhaps you’d be right if it weren’t for an absolutely-draw-droppingly-explosive investigative piece done by Thomas Lake for CNN.
In his article, LOST IN THE WOODS WITH JAMES BROWN’S GHOST — THE CIRCUS SINGER AND THE GODFATHER OF SOUL, Lake presents the facts surrounding James Brown, his death, the death of his third wife and others associated with the James Brown “Machine.”
If you have not yet read this article, we both cannot recommend it enough.
It is amazing, it is infuriating, it will make you question everything you think you know about the music business.
And just as a side note, I mention briefly how CNN used one of James Brown’s funeral photos for the article. It just seemed disrespectful for me to even have pictures like these taken. When I went to put together the picture that accompanies this podcast not only did I find more of these types of pictures from James’ funeral but there were photos of people POSING with James’ body. One of those people was Reverend Al. What a fucking ghouls that monsters is. Then there is also a shot of 4 or 5 fellas standing in front of the casket smiling. What the fuck is wrong with these people?
Anyhoooo, I hope you enjoy the show!
Hey there everyone!
We’re back and today’s episode is all about the Super Bowl!
We don’t really watch football but because we knew there’d be a liberal meltdown if the Patriots won, we decided to check out the big game and root for New England.
In this episode we discuss the game a little, but mostly that son of a bitch Adam Levine, the half time show and the hard-to-watch commercials.
So as most of you know an article was finally printed about Hollywood Predator Bryan Singer. Here is a link to that story.
‘Nobody Is Going to Believe You’
The Bohemian Rhapsody director Bryan Singer has been trailed by accusations of sexual misconduct for 20 years. Here, his alleged victims tell their stories.
But before there was this article, there was the documentary, An Open Secret. Wikipedia describes the film thusly: An Open Secret is an American documentary film directed by Amy J. Berg exposing child sexual abuse in the film industry in California. The film features interviews with victimized performers, who were targeted when they were young boys, as well as industry figures, the predators themselves, and journalists.
An Open Secret is a damning indictment of a group of men in Hollywood who have spent decades abusing young vulnerable boys. We are certain it is just the tip of the iceberg and that there are many other Bryan Singers, Kevin Spaceys, Bob Villards, etc out there.
The documentary is free to watch on vimeo [click here].
There's a clip from Gabe Hoffman's appearance on Info Wars that we use. You can see that entire interview here:
We also briefly touch upon R. Kelly though he really should be his own show. Honestly right now I can't stomach the thought though.
Here's the video of the song we play from him. Fucking bat shit crazy.
Anyhoo, that's it for this week! You really should read the article from the Atlantic and definitely make time to watch An Open Secret. And then stop supporting these fiendish criminals with your entertainment dollars.
Thanks for listening!
Sorry this one is late Bitchute friends. Sometimes Bitchute doesn't grab our vids from youtube and I'm late to figure that out.
Happy New Year everyone! I hope 2019 is the year all your dreams come true!
Until then, there’s our show.
Today’s episode is all about Nicholas Cage. Did you know he had a new movie that just came out recently? Us neither. Did you know that he made 24 movies in the past 5 years? US NEITHER.
What the hell is going on with Nicholas Cage?
The other day we sat down and watched his most recent, Between Worlds. Holy shit awful. Inappropriate laughing, disturbing soft core porn elements, ever changing accents and shit that just doesn’t make sense.
We only watched it for Nicholas Cage, and he delivers in his own train wreck kind of way. But seriously, the movie wasn’t worthy of him.
This leads us to talk about and speculate about why it is he is doing these types of movies.
Other than that, Dave reveals to me that certain members of our population think white people smell like wet dogs. I had no idea that was a thing. HAHAHAHAHAHA.
Thanks for tuning in!
Woooo! Well here we all are, Episode 36!
Just about a month ago Netflix released a movie called Bird Box. It was everywhere for a hot second, it even had its own hashtag that seemed to be causing some hijinx out and about in the world.
I forced Dave to watch it. And then forced him to talk about it.
Hahahahahaha. It goes exactly as you’d expect it to for the most part, yet we do manage to spend some time talking about Michael Keaton too.
Also I see wordpress has forced me to use a new template for posting these shows when I had no desire to do so. That’s annoying as fuck to be quite honest. I don’t need wordpress telling me I have to use something I don’t want to use. This is the state of the world today. Spoon fed everything because apparently we’re all children who can’t do shit for ourselves.
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Yay it’s time for another Conspiracies, Unsolved Mysteries & Deep Dark Secrets episode!
Dave picked Deep Dark Secrets first. Once again we hit up CrazyDaysAndNights.net and once again they did not disappoint. This lengthy blind item is about secret UFO and first contact footage plus a certain A++ list director who has access to said footage.
Here is a link to the UFO documentary we discuss in relation to this blind item.
Next up, the unsolved mystery. I find this really interesting because when we finished recording this episode it popped up in my feed that someone had JUST confessed to little JonBenet’s murder. Personally I’ll be happy when he is found guilty and the poor Ramseys (the ones that are still alive) can live the rest of their lives in peace, while spending the shit ton of cash CBS had to pay them for making a 2 night extravaganza of fake news regarding the family’s involvement in the murder. What dicks.
Anyway here is a link to an article about the confessed killer. We had no idea this was happening as we were talking about it. #IsThisRealLife
And finally! Our Conspiracy Theory! The Moon Landing, fact or fiction? Dave listens a lot to Owen Benjamin. Agree with him or not, the man has a right to speak his mind. The fact that so many try to silence him, get his gigs canceled, dox him, etc. is just so fucked up. Anywhoooo, Owen Benjamin is completely convinced we did not go to the moon, so we tackle this on this episode.
The points we discuss can all be found on Unredacted.com:
Here is a link to the Apollo documentary that NASA put out commemorating the moon landing.
Ho ho ho! Merry Christmas everyone!
Today's episode is me trying to discuss Christmas things with Dave and then Dave doing what he does best, which is throw a wrench into everything.
Have a great couple of holidays and we'll see you in 2019.
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Today’s watch a long is Black Heat, a blaxploitation action flick from 1976.
It is low budget but somehow manages to star Russ Tamblyn (West Side Story), who creeps me the fuck out in just about every scene he’s in. He’s either over-acting or he is a lot like his character, Ziggy, a handsy douchebag with a bad mustache.
The plot of this movie is not too hard to follow, there’s cops, there’s gun running, there’s three chicks (one we start calling Dr. Zeus, one I insist is a hooker and one who somehow is always out and about filming news B-roll in Compton) who live together? are friends? I don’t really know why they all pal around but they’re there, palling around.
Anywhooo, 3 chicks a couple of cops, an informant, bad guys and a shit ton of polyester. So much leisure suiting!
The real kicker is Dave sometimes is annoyingly silent during this movie because he fucking loved it. I’d look over at him and he was just sitting there grinning his ass off while I was hashtagging metoo in my head every time Russ Tamblyn acted inappropriately, which was all the time.
I give you a countdown at the beginning of the movie so it is easy to sync up our comments.
Enjoy! We sure did!
Also props to PopcornFlix for providing these fun movies for free on youtube! Subscribe to them for more great stuff!
As you may or may not remember there was a shit ton of hype around this movie.
“Greatest action movie of all time!!” type of hype.
Does it live up to that?
No of course not. Not even close.
Dave and I kind of review this latest installment of the MI series, but also talk about how it is that a movie like this (or Black Panther) get such a ridiculously high rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
I’m sure you can just imagine how that goes.
Come on in and sit a spell!
Thanks so much for tuning in!
Hiyoo! Here we are again! Welcome to Episode 30.
We start off this episode with a dramatic Glenn Scarpelli update!
Then we go right into today’s topic, which as the title states, is shows that couldn’t be made today. The seedy PC / SJW underbelly of Hollywood has basically shut down anything that celebrates differences in cultures, races and sexes. It’s pretty gross and quite frankly it’s one of the reasons we don’t have cable. Who among us actually wants to pay to watch that shit? Not me, good friend, not me.
So Dave and I have a sit down and discuss said shows . There are a few that you’ve probably come up with at the top of your head but there are others you may not have thought of at all.
Enjoy and thanks for tuning in!
Happy Thanksgiving, friends!
Way back in 1999 I began working on a very independent documentary about singer/songwriter Buzzy Linhart.
Buzzy was an absolute staple of the 60s and 70s New York City folk rock scene. It’s still difficult to pinpoint exactly what his particular genre is because his music borrows from just about every where. Whimsical, with a message and catchy as hell is the best way to describe Buzzy and his music.
I first heard of Buzzy in 1989. He had made an appearance on the Howard Stern show and during the course of their conversation he mentioned he’d be attending a NORML rally in Washington Square Park the next week. Although I had no idea what he looked like, I ventured to the rally that day and began searching with my ears. And I had great success! Buzzy had done some cartoon voices while on with Stern, and I just happened to be walking by him when he was doing them once again.
I was instantly a fan. I saw quite a few shows of his that summer/fall and even managed to give him a ride to and from some gigs. And then, poof!, back to the west coast he went.
I purchased some of his albums from Bleeker Bob’s and introduced Dave to his music when we started dating in ’96. Dave loved his stuff immediately. And you know Dave, he’s chomping at the bit to HATE everything!
Fast forward a decade and Buzzy had returned to NYC and was playing at the Triad on 72nd. Dave and I were both really excited to see him. Those ten years had not been kind to Buzzy as far as his physicality. He was having a hard time moving around but he still sounded exactly like he had when I had last seen him. And that was great.
At the Triad show I turned to Dave and said, “He needs a documentary. More people should know about Buzzy.” Dave nodded and after the show I approached Buzzy and asked him if he’d mind if I tried to put together something. He was up for it and quite a few years later, it was finished.
And now here it is for you to listen to. The video version is up on my youtube channel, but it works really well as an audio doc.
A nice change of pace for your Thanksgiving weekend.
I hope you enjoy it!
For more information about Buzzy you can go to BuzzyLinhart.com. Please share this episode and get the word out.
XOX Have a happy and safe Turkey Day weekend!
PS The disadvantage of “audio only” is of course you can’t see who is actually speaking. Here’s a quick list in order of appearance (all amazing people here — please search them out!):
Mark “Moogie” Klingman
Sherry Rayn Barnett
Jesse Colin Young
It’s time for another Scrutiny episode!
This time we go through three Greatest Guitarists Of All Time lists. The lists in question are provided by Rolling Stone, Spin Magazine and Ranker.com.
Spin Magazine’s list is so horrid I can’t help but think the people putting it together were actively trying to bankrupt the company. And truth be told, I think it worked.
We go over each list’s entries and Dave gives his opinion. We also hear about guitarists that make his personal top ten greatest of all time, though he is loathe to put them in any specific order.
Dave is in his element here for sure.
Take a drink every time you wish bad things would happen to the people at Spin Magazine. (Psssst, don’t take said drinks if you are driving!)
Thanks again for listening to our somewhat skewed vision of reality!
Oh yeah! I got Dave to watch another comic book movie!
In general he absolutely hates them, but once in a while he is forced to admit that he's enjoyed one. I'm not sure that a spoiler alert is needed but if you haven't seen this one and you've also not read any reviews or watched a trailer, then maybe stay away.
Of course this comic book movie stars someone who is BELOVED in this house. Mister Paul Rudd. We've never hated anything he's been in. And honestly I'm not sure why we haven't done a Paul Rudd episode yet. We just adore him. Ok I just adore him. Dave does really like him too though.
Anyway, since Dave is involved in this podcast we also veer off course a few times and for reasons unknown we also chat briefly about Morena Baccarin, George Clooney, James Woods and Bob and The Church of the Subgenius.
I mention my hopes and dreams of taking a road trip to Alaska and Dave has his opinions on that too.
We really do appreciate you all for tuning in!
PS Sorry this one's a little late, we had ourselves a good ol' fashioned upstate NY power outage last night.
It's the last of our October Halloween specials!
This week we have a very special [trick or] treat for you. We've returned to our beloved Conspiracies, Unsolved Mysteries & Deep Dark Secrets series.
The Mandela Effect is the Conspiracy we tackle. Dave is a disbeliever even though he gets Mandela'd more than once in this conversation.
Next up our tragic Deep Dark Secret. The sad tale of a little girl abused so badly by Hollywood pedophiles her death was the shocking result. A blind item brought to you by the good folks at CrazyDaysAndNights.net.
And finally we have our Unsolved Mystery. Or is it? We go over the Black Dahlia case. The facts that are known and maybe some new ones you hadn't heard about. If you are interested in learning more about this murder as well as the other murders with nearly identical MOs I strongly recommend checking out Steve Hodel's website at SteveHodel.com.
And now for the bad news. Once again we had a very strange technical glitch. It happened while we were talking about the Black Dahlia. We caught it when it happened and then started recording once again. We both checked the program to make sure everything was fine and then continued on with the show.
When I began editing the show, however, all of the new stuff was no longer there.
So, the ouija board session is GONE. I had to hastily re-record an ending without Dave because he had already moved on to whatever it was he moved on to.
I hope this marks the end of our glitches since it definitely marks the end of our spooky series of shows for October.
See you next time!
Hey hey hey! It's episode #24! Our third in our Halloween / Spooky series of podcasts for the month of October.
This one is off the rails, folks. I fully intended for it to be all about the various ghost shows. And, to my credit, I try my hardest to keep this ship righted. However, Dave doesn't care about my show prep or show topics. Why would he when he can just as easily reference other things he finds way more exciting. These things include but aren't limited to Dave Davies, Maury Povich's ass crack and Bongtel Williams' inability to offer refreshments to his show's audience. You feel me, right?
I'm not going to lie. I do get full on frazzled. Since our last episode where Dave ranted at the ghosts "SHOW ME!" we've had some interesting shit happen around here. Technical glitches during recording is a big one not to mention the things that have been going bump in the night.
Anywhoooooo, In this episode we talk about what is considered to be the first show devoted to the paranormal, and where the template for today's ghost shows come from.
We highlight some specific shows like Ghost Hunters, Ghost Adventurers, Paranormal State and Dave's favorite, Dead Files.
We also talk about some psychics and I reveal how my heart was broken when I realized my beloved Chip Coffey doesn't approve of my choice in presidential candidates. Like REALLY doesn't approve. It's ok, I will always love him even if he doesn't love me.
I remind Dave about that time he ruined a Crossing Over With John Edward taping,
AND! We reveal that we now have a hotline! You can call it up and leave a message, a comment, a song, a sonnet or a little inside info on something you've seen or heard. We will most likely play it on the show, so there's that.
The phone number is 707 MACK 043. Easy to remember, right? Give it a try, leave your message. All the cool kids are doing it.
There's a new ghost hunting type youtube channel that just started a few weeks ago. The guy seems like he is a tatted up..
I told you I would try my best to continue on with the spooky theme for the month of October! Promises made, promises kept.
This week's episode is all about the fantastic dutch colonial that can be found at 112 Ocean Ave in Amityville, Long Island.
"Bullshit!" you say? Well then I'd say perhaps you hadn't heard the entire story.
Think about it for a bit. In 1975 there were no ghost shows to promote your story. Zack Baggins and those two guys from Roto Rooter weren't yet driving around the country with their night vision gear and their EMF meters and their spirit boxes.
Why would two people make up a story like this? Rumor was that they couldn't afford the house and they wanted to sell it. Well, have you ever bought a house? I have purchased 3 in my life time. The first month mortgage is paid in your down payment, you don't actually start paying down the mortgage until the second month.
The Lutz family didn't make it to the second month. They didn't make it past the first.
Danny Lutz — who was just a child at the time of the events that took place on Ocean Avenue — had, for a very long time, not spoken about what happened in their short stay in the house. And for good reason. Who among us would want to deal with the constant ridicule that his family had to deal with once the media decided it was all a hoax?
Move along folks, nothing to see here.
Danny's memories of those 28 days and his convincing testimony in the documentary "My Amityville Horror" just may change the way you view the Lutz family's story. He takes us back to the winter of 75/76 and discusses the real story behind one of the most famous hauntings in modern history.
PS. Dave is totally angry through most of this show. I blame poltergeists!
It's October folks!
For me that means a full month of celebrating Hallowe'en! Well, I don't really celebrate it, but I do dig the spooky decorations and the awesome costumes people come up with. And the motherfucking candy, y'all. Those little baby Hershey's bar variety packs will always be my favorite. Don't you dare touch my Special Darks and Krackels. You can have all of the mystery candy wrapped in colored wax paper though. You're welcome.
Anywho, this week's episode, in keeping with the Hallowe'en theme, is all about scary movies! We each pick five scary movies that have permanently damaged us in some way.
Spoiler alert! None of them are from this millennium.
So lock your doors, dim the lights, and listen along as we play trailers from and discuss some pretty damn scary movies!
PS Here is the playlist including all of our official Top 5 picks trailers! (There are 9 trailers because there was one movie that we both had on our lists!)
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