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Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



fatherboxx posted:

I mainly listen to WHM over other bad movie podcasts because of the impressions that can quickly slide into improv comedy madness. Like Tom Berenger's character in The Substitute participating in Mortal Kombat.


Someone should do this in a Star Wars Minute fashion.

"We know we're doing a Ted Levine impression. Yeah, but its like if you left him out in the sun for too long." Ohmygod I'm gonna kill em, ohmygod I'm gonna kill em, ohmygod I'm gonna kill em.

Highly recommend Canvas, Mrs. Doubtfire, Volcano, The Good Son, Abraxas, The Running Man, and Hard Target, Rocky IV, Boondock Saints II , I think they did a double shot of Superman III and IV. Those guys have mentioned they have a subredit as well.

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Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



BlameSpacePod posted:

You're right. Sorry for posting guys! The best trick the devil ever pulled was posting on SA and then, poof: Slenderman.

I'm out! Thank you!

You guys are doin a great job I have about probably above 30 episodes on my phone listening when I'm driving around, or at my job cleaning offices. The comradeship between you guys is pretty great in shared enthusiasm in liking cinema and talking Staten Island dump mountains of poo poo on movies you end up hating. Plus as someone that's never been to NYC its neat to hear caveats about how you guys grew up around there. Also as someone that lives in Texas yes there are beep boop future cigarette vending machines as well as old timey knob yanking ones as well in our bars. Mainly in Austin. Gotta get you guys to come do a live show out here. If you haven't been to the Draft house or Nighthawk out there yet you'd really like the Original Alamo Drafthouses down here. End rant take it easy Eric Movie.

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



SilentChaz posted:

For anyone wondering what Keanu Reeves movie the guys are doing next week, they gave a big hint on Twitter. It's not Bogus Journey. It's three movies.

Source

One can only hope its A Walk in the Clouds, the time traveling mailbox movie, and Branaugh's Much Ado About Nothing/ Dracula. Basically anything that has him be romantic and a normal human being or an awful English accent. :v:

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



Sleeveless posted:

That video game, The Matrix: Path of Neo, is the one that came out years after the trilogy ended and let you actually play as Neo, it was mostly just kind of mediocre. The one that came out at the same time Reloaded was Enter The Matrix, which was an amazing shitshow in that huge amounts of the plot of the sequels tied into the game but the game was obviously unfinished and rushed to market. So you get a hilarously awful disparity of quality where there's tons of celebrity voice acting and motion-captured kung fu but the basic run animation is janky as gently caress and the agents just kind of dance when you shoot them because they didn't add a motion blur.

There was also the MMO that was supposed to be a sequel to the movies, where Morpheus dies in the stupidest way possible and Neo is reincarnated as a woman because Lana Wachowsky can't stop inserting herself in every other thing she makes.

I played two of those three. I played Enter the Matrix when it came out, and remember liking some of the combat but holy gently caress that running animation. :stare: Also that loving airport terminal level can eat a dick when you're supposed to fight off the helicopter. I never finished the game. Path of Neo was somehow EVEN WORSE, I don't think I even bothered to play past the second level especially after seeing that stupid as gently caress final boss on youtube. I did find the storyline of the MMO to be hilarious though.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WoZZcZgoBp8

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



Going back and listening to the Revolutions episode, I can't help but feel in the minority for liking it more than Reloaded. I always felt as though in the first movie the gunplay was necessary in order to have some kind of even footing against agents. The kung fu was a last resort in an "oh gently caress I'm going to die better stall the agent so everyone else can get away" tactic unless they were going up against regular cops and SWAT. Even though agents were stronger and faster they're still bound by the rules of the world and would still be unable to function with bullets lodged in their heads.

Reloaded was just ALL martial arts fighting, and not a lot of gunplay. So to me I would see more and more flaws in how they'd perform and make it look decent for Western actors trying to do wire work. Plus just fatigue setting in especially when the brawl scene turns Neo into a cgi spinning top. I really liked in Revolutions they went back to physically destroying a set with bullets in the beginning. And I liked seeing the attempted defense of the dock with those beer belly exo suits, its the Neo poo poo that was so loving BORING, up until he gets his eyes melted shut, and him and Trinity permanently whisper all their monotone dialogue that is somehow NEGATIVE acting.

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



Everyone call in and suggest every gloriously lovely movie that Roddy Piper starred in. :colbert: Aside from the obvious "They Live" of course. I'm gonna suggest Sci-Fighters, Hell comes to Frogtown, and Jungleground.

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



MinionOfCthulhu posted:

I was planning on calling in about Hell Comes To Frogtown earlier but now I'm not so sure. It's not quite the same but it's like requesting a Robin Williams or Paul Walker movie. Tougher to do now. Or maybe it isn't. #donotworryaboutpaulwalker

Either way everyone should watch Hell Comes to Frogtown. "Youuuu have aroused the three snakes!!"

Walker and Robin went kinda traumatically. Piper was steeped in schlock and he knew it and breathed it in to just throw it back at you. Piper also went in his sleep was livin life and had beaten cancer was making fun of Austin with a really good ep. :smith: I just think it be a nice tribute cause he seemed like the kinda poo poo talker that the podcast would admire especially Steve. Plus it would also buck the trend of them making fun of a guy two weeks before they died like with Robin Williams and Paul Walker.

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



The Unnamed One posted:

I think they're only madder in the Boondock Saints II, Easy Rider: The Ride Back and Blame in it on Rio episodes.

The Easy Rider one is special because Eric is so pissed he sometimes can barely form sentences correctly.

Pretty much this and Cat People '82. The hate they have for 8 Crazy Nights is only matched by the pitch perfect impressions of Whitey and the tangents they go off with it. Also I shamelessly enjoy watching 8 Crazy Nights. I am the problem.

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



Time to listen to New Nightmare. :( RIP Weis Craven. But I will be watching original The Hills Have Eyes.

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



Really enjoyed the episode and the comparison they made to Cage getting killed to having Cabin killed in the first five of the new episode. Also Sonja mud fight with Jax looking on...alllllright. :smug:

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



Whoever called CYBER SEDUCTION was spot on. This is some good poo poo.

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



The Vosgian Beast posted:

Wait did Face/Off not look ridiculous at the time?

Only in the sense that you had Travolta and Cage at the time way out of their known character roles doing hardcore gun fights stylized Hong Kong choreography, kinda sorta playing against type. And just balls to the wall action that no normal Western cinema viewer had really ever seen before. Not many people had access to watch Hard Boiled, or The Killer.

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



Mr Jaunts posted:

New episode is up and... no one was right. The movie is the Clint Eastwood movie "The Dead Pool," which is old enough that Jim Carrey is credited as James.

AND Liam Neeson is in it both I forgot about being in that movie.

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



bobkatt013 posted:

This week is not Death Spa. Instead it is Killer Workout

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mxP2HKqEL4g

Wasn't there a best of the worst episode done that had it as one of three? I gotta find this. October always sends me into a frenzy to find the most schlocky of 80s horror/softcore/slasher/ROWSDOWER

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



Arturo Ui posted:

They already did a bad Brosnan, so I'd guess this is going to be either a Roger Moore movie or Never Say Never Again. I'd bet on any of the following:

Live and Let Die (horrible racist caricatures)
Moonraker (batshit crazy plot)
Octopussy
A View to a Kill

The Living Daylights, The World is Not Enough, Octopussy for crazy circus shenanigans, and The Man with the Golden Gun. Also Never Say Never Again.

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



I called in twice for Steven Segal once for Hard to Kill and for Contract to Kill. Same actor different vintages all is crap.

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



http://www.whmpodcast.com/2017/03/episode-294-power-rangers.html?m=1

Looks like new episode is out and they are covering the new Power Rangers movie.

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



Have they made any mention on twitter about doing an onscreen of Justice League or a full blown ep? I wonder if they'd save it for worst of 2017.

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



Invalid Validation posted:

I still like Men in Tights and Spaceballs but they are very much of their time. Same thing with petty much any Leslie Nielsen movie.

Besides, Richard Lewis is NOWHERE near the best parts of that movie, "Men in Tights". That goes to the Sheriff of Rottingham, he will always be amazing as to how much he dives straight into lunacy, his lines are forever quotable.

He rivals Alan Rickman in scenery chewing in their respective movies.

While I agree that the third Naked Gun is very much of it's time and begrudgingly the second as well. The first is loving timeless.

Jiro fucked around with this message at 20:50 on Nov 21, 2018

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



TTBF posted:

It's We Love Movies!

1) Terminator 2: Judgement Day
2) Back To The Future
3) It's A Wonderful Life
4) Batman (1989)
5) Star Wars: A New Hope - Patreon
6) Batman: The Animated Series (episode TBD) - Animation Damnation/Patreon
7) Star Trek 2: The Wrath of Khan - The Nexus/Patreon
8) Commando - Commentary/Patreon

Awwww I was hoping that eventually "It's a Wonderful Life" would be a We Hate Movies episode.

I AM THE NEW BEGINNING, LOVE LIVE THE NEW FLESH MUD!!! LOOOONG LIVE THE NEW FLEEESSSHHHH!!!

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



SamuraiFoochs posted:

Like, okay, the concept of the movie is gross and all by itself but THAT LINE. WHO OKAYED IT?!

Dude that director and, minus Demi Moore and what's her face, cast are rumored to be totally complicit in the making of that wretched film. Filmed in a country they could get away with it.

It's a similar feeling with all the Bo Derek movies of just general sleeze and unease, just on a larger budget as opposed to a 70s porno budget.

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



It still baffles me that they prefer Die Hard 4 to 5. Just on the stand alone that 4 is a freaking PG-13 movie. It has less physical stunts than 5, and 5 knows well enough to pack in enough ridiculous poo poo into 90 mins. But the transformation of John McClaine into a T-800 model 101 is just sad to me. Dude barely has any battle damage by the end of the 5th even when essentially free falling down a garbage chute and crashing through a glass ceiling into a pool of water while a helicopter explodes right in front of them.

Also that's like one of the top three best shot scenes in the movie.

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



END ME SCOOB posted:

The Patreon app is such an incredible piece of poo poo that more than a few people suspected last week's flirtation with "you can't download audio files from the website anymore" which they undid immediately was a desperate attempt to drive people to use that steaming pile.

Avoid at all costs if able.

Oh okay so it wasn't just me that was like why the gently caress can't I download the Patreon episode? I had to open up the web browser console and find the embedded link for the .mp3 file through trial and error. Was really not looking forward to having to do that permanently for the future.

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



Eric Szyska is essentially our Rex Manning. Also I dig the neon pink head portrait illustrations, they look like they were done by the people that drew "Ugly Americans". I miss that show.

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



I always enjoyed the idea of Salvation, finally taking place after Judgement Day, everything is blown to poo poo. Early models of Terminators just wandering around obliterating anything organic in their path. Like Fallout but no Super Mutants and Radscorpions and Roaches. I REALLY liked the concept of purposing a human and resurrecting him to be a sleeper cyborg, that poo poo is way WAY more advanced than your Ahnuld model T-800. It was just squandered on Worthington, and on Bale.

There's a lot to like about the movie from the cool designs of all the Skynet robots, making the T-800 project this massive research undertaking and making it a huge scary threat again, the character of Kyle Reese. But something about Bale's acting and Worthington's acting is just pretty drat bad and generic.

Seconding forever love to The Goonies, Monster Squad is just bad.

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



I think I'm the only one of my friends that really enjoys the first 3 POTC movies and all the bullshit twists and turns it's just absolutely gorgeous to look at. The 4th one is boring as sin and you made Ian McShane boring as sin and Geofrey Rush boring as well. 5th one was decent if only due to villain design and the early part of the film dragging an entire building practical effect.

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



thrawn527 posted:

Is part 4 worth watching at all? This movie killed my will to live, so I never bothered with the rest of the series. This attempt at a rewatch is reminding me why. And I haven't even gotten to the Pirate Lord Council yet, which I remember being a thing that happens, for some reason.

IMO Pirates 4 is boring as gently caress, new director, color palate gets somewhat more grey, it's a criminal waste of a badass looking Blackbeard played by Ian McShane, a waste of a female pirate antagonist played by Penelope Cruz, and none of them are good straight men foils for Johnny Depp who goes into overdrive on his Sparrow bullshit, and the movie somehow is SO loving BORING. The 5th movie is marginally better in neat physical set pieces, interesting macguffin, and new cursed drowned ghost Spanish sailors.

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



sponges posted:

The korn cast was pretty good.

I listened to that nu Metal poo poo in high school and holy hell has it aged poorly. Just this directionless white boy angst.

I kept laughing harder and harder at just how low and miserable they kept feeling after every song. If there had actually been a concert I'm sure they would have drank all the expensive Bud Light beers since Korn has like five (?) more albums since Issues came out I think. It would have been all new all terrible poo poo, sung from that mic Jonathan Davis still has that's now rusting in some spots.

So far Double Jeopardy is pretty drat funny. I'm looking forward to the 2020 Spooktacular to see what horror films they can drum up that accurately embodies the horror of the real world. And maybe The Fly for the Patreon feed.

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



When did the prime show move away from Art19 hosting? Weird. I usually download the episode and catalog it ep number, genre, season etc etc etc.

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



Is it just me or is Headgum making it harder to direct download WHM Prime eps? Not to mention the album info being all jumbled up without proper season and episode number that they had when they were hosted at art19 is driving my OCD nuts when trying to organize it on my phones SD card.

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



Angry_Ed posted:

Yeah I'm having a hell of a time just finding the episode if it's not on the whmpodcast site

https://headgum.com/we-hate-movies

For some reason the main headgum site will have it up first and eventually the WHM site will put it up, Episode 570 is the Patreon Ep of American Werewolf in London followed by 571, American Werewolf in Paris.

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



For their next anniversary/milestone episode or just a loving paragraph on the mailbag

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qjV0bB2V0Q

If you have access to the archives Rocky IV is loving amazing for early WHM.

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



https://omny.fm/shows/we-hate-movies/halloween-h20-20-years-later

New episode is up. Cheers.

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



Iron Crowned posted:

I do think it's low-key funny how poorly they read the copy. Other podcasts tend to at least make it sound like they're not reading the ad copy. Wouldn't mind Andrew trying to make it sound like a Squatty Potty changed his life though.



Nothing can ever compare to Chris Jericho's transition into Omaha Steaks on his podcast.

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



I just assume they kinda hate it all.

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



Any goons making it to any of the live shows have a trip report? I doubt they'll come back to Texas, rightfully so. :smith:

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



https://www.avclub.com/troy-duffy-is-making-another-boondock-saints-and-he-wa-1847977686

Behold the gaping maw of the Void and despair.

The year they did Boondock Saints 2, they loving haaaaaaaaattted it. I remember watching it and my gf at the time absolutely loved it and kept repeating to me over and over how "I was HER Mexican" after we finished watching it. I straight up told her I wasn't Mexican and to cut that poo poo out, when I first stumbled across this podcast way back then it was super cathartic to hear other people just poo poo all over this loving movie. I still need to get around seeing that documentary about Duffy.

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



AceOfFlames posted:

You are clearly a more patient man than me because if this happened to me, I'd have broken up with her on the spot.

I was really really close to it at the time, even going so far to explaining that hearing a white lady, her, claim ownership over a person by pointing out their ethnic ancestry, in Texas, THE loving SOUTH, is a weird uncomfortable look. Hand wave dismissal of not taking it like a joke and blah blah blah blah. Listen up kids, crazy people with their usually good crazy sex only gets you so far in relationships.

Apologies for not re-imagining the entire scene with cowboy hat and dancing.

Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



jojoinnit posted:

Not to drag this dumb thing out, but what kind of psychopath downloads episodes and keeps them saved for years instead of streaming or downloading and deleting as you listen?! :stare:

Like yes, obviously in that case whatever was inserted then will still be there.

Someone who drives through a lot of rural areas with poo poo signal/and or is on a plane flight for a while. I've been listening since "I Come in Peace", and I have all eps backed up on my laptop and on a microSD on my phone. I really need to go through and make a concerted effort to have them numerically ordered and divided up by seasons.

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Jiro
Jan 12, 2004



I hope they chose M4trix as Worst of 2021 next year.

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