No more toxic friends in 2021. This includes Wonder Woman. There’s also a new segment on the show that’s not about a dude’s teeth.
The elves were the least funny part of Lord of the Rings, but somehow like those Minions, they got their own spinoff. Special guest Steph Infection from TMITuesday joins us to discuss this new Xmas classic.
Revisiting Warren Beatty’s 1990 carnival of grotesques recalls the bold, brassy magic of musical theater by way of Dario Argento. Also Alexx reveals a dark secret about his mysterious past.
Children of Men is the prequel to Boss Baby.
Join John and Alexx on the Ark of friendship (and snarky comments) to discuss Darren Aronofsky’s “Noah”. Joke goes here.
Happy Halloween! To celebrate we watched a film so scary, it caused Alexx to wet himself on the bus three weeks before he even saw it! Then to calm down, we recorded an episode about Verotika.
It’s bad! The kind of bad you don’t want to talk about, but we did.
Resident optics geniuses John and Alexx discuss 2020’s The Invisible Man. Spoiler alert: He’s probably hiding underneath your bed, or so the prophecy lead us to believe.
Apologies for the slightly crappy recording quality, Alexx did a dumb. Still sounds better than your show though, newb.
Explorers in the further regions of experience, demons to some, angels to others, movie reviewers to all- John and Alexx continue Spooky October with Clive Barker’s “Hellraiser.” Enjoy… or find pain… they are the same within the murky climes of podcasting.
Two men with dark pasts. Stranded by forces beyond their control. Bound by anger, repressed love, and fear…spiral into madness as they talk about The Lighthouse.
Portland is awful right now, so John and Alexx skipped this week. So please enjoy an old Alexxcast wherein John is a guest and they discuss Neil Breen’s Fateful Findings. Show resumes in two weeks with “The Lighthouse”.