Episode 75 – Mars Attacks!

In this ack-isode, John and Alexx continue their exploration of Tim Burton by discussing Mars Attacks! Spoiler: Alexx is a green skeleton, whilst John is red.

Episode 74 – Beetlejuice

Our look at the films of Tim Burton starts now with the 1988 comedy/horror classic Beetlejuice. Alexx asks some hard-hitting questions about 80s teeth, Winona Ryder and spelling; while John gets tossed into the worm-ridden wastes of Saturn.

Episode 73 – 12 Monkeys

Enjoy your quarantine from a deadly disease by listening to the now-bunkered boys talk about a fictional deadly disease. This 1995 film has it all, bootstrap paradoxes, Bruce Willis’ butt cheeks and, I dunno, Brad Pitt. Also Alexx handles the lockdown by unleashing an insane conspiracy theory…or is it just crazy enough to work.

Episode 72 – Scott Pilgrim vs The World

Special guest comedian/actor/writer Ted Douglass tries to convince us that this movie isn’t terrible. We mostly agree, but man everyone in this movie sucks. Except Knives and that one guy with the face, he’s cool.

Alexx’s comic is on sale now at Gumroad: https://gumroad.com/l/sYgoE or Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/listing/772153218/wyrms-addition-issue-1

Ted’s FB page: https://www.facebook.com/TedDouglassInc/

Episode 71 – Altered States

Hallucinations, living with dolphins and dick bones. Also this Ken Russell film is discussed at some point.

Episode 70 – Super

Episode 70, in which our heroes watch “Super” then beat each other to death with crescent wrenches. Spoiler alert! Alexx’s skull breaks first.

Episode 69 – Alien Covenant

What if God was one of us? Just a slob like one of us? Trying to make the perfect being out of black goo and leg bones of other people like one of us?

Episode Sick Day – The Perfect Weapon

John was too sick to handle watching Ready Player One. So here’s an old Alexxcast episode where John and Alexx discuss Steven Seagal’s “The Perfect Weapon.”

Regular JAHS returns next episode with Ready Player One.

Episode 67 – Doctor Mordrid

This doctor is a little…strange, but teaches us to laugh about love and inter-dimensional wizardy.