053 The Angry Birds Movie
This week we ran down our cell phone batteries trying to figure out why someone created The Angry Birds Movie.
037B Side Slop: Bébé's Kids
Jason takes Jon to the land of babies... and somehow everyone survived! Join us at the animated amusement park that is Bébé’s Kids!
031B Side Slop: Cemetery Man
Peter Joins us for the 2nd time and Boots is back for the 3rd officially making him the She of this episode. That's right. Bill's return signals only one thing... its time to dive into the psyche of Francesco as we sift through the slightly morbid, moderately comical and highly surreal film that is Cemetery Man.
020G Spy Hard
Super Movie Ball - Guest Spot
What do you want? This movie is 80 minutes long and on Netflix, okay!
TS: These people need to go to a hospital.
ED: What is it?
TS: It’s a big place where sick people go.
A: Mack and Jon from Cinema Slop talk about the 1996 spoof movie “Spy Hard”.
DR: Can you fly this plane and land it?
TS: Surely you can’t be serious?
DR: I am serious, and don’t call me Shirley.
019B Side Slop: Critters
On a very special Side Slop Jon and Jason finally meet. It's like Cinema Slop has all been one long time travel episode of Doctor Who and we just finally were introduced after a years long romance. If that sort of sentimentality doesn't get you in the cockles... Wait! There's more! We also bring in Special guest Alisa. Her official duties as Jason's wife make the aforementioned romantic rendezvous a little awkward but to break up the tension we played Critter-ball. It's like soccer in that you try to kick the small round thing and Jon is bad at it!
019 The Adventures of Pluto Nash
Last time on Wonder Woman Rosario Dawson was a literal superhuman... today we follow Regular Rosario to the very special location of THE MOOOOOOON. She lands with a hope, a dream and a just enough moxie to be a singing superstar. Now that we have taken the time to establish that lets find out what it has to do with real estate!
004 Men at Work
In todays episode we followed Keith David out of the wintery hell of Antarctica in The Thing(1982) into the comparatively pleasant life of a garbage man in Men at work.
Carl Taylor and James St. James have pellet based hijinks and eco-mayhem ensues in this weeks literal garbage movie Men at Work in which there is shockingly little work being done.