Hollywood loves nothing more to go back to the well of nostalgia which they believe to be safe. No one ever seems to notice when that well has been poisoned by time or that leaky toxic waste barrel containing the body of the executive who greenlit Batman and Robin. Which explains why we’re going to be treated to such wonderful, and completely necessary, sequels like Mrs Doubtfire 2 and Dumb and Dumber To.
So with all the fraudulent sequels being produced these days we felt it was worth revisiting a seemingly older one in Return to Oz. Instead of being a terrible sequel, it turns out to be an attempt to be more true to the books. This probably doomed it from the get go when audiences were expecting musical numbers rather than creepy men skating around on all fours. Continue reading Popcorn Pulse 16: Lord of Hills
Let us pitch you a movie. A small town with a corrupt sheriff who owns everything. A man and his family transported there begin to clash with the local law enforcement. When he’s finally pushed to the edge, the main character lashes out with the only weapon he has, a goddamned tank.
If that sounds like a movie you’d want to watch, let Tim and Weltall explain why you don’t. Like how James Garner’s character keeps mentioning a dead son that adds nothings to the story. Or C Thomas Howell whining to look what they did to him before he grew a pain, joined the Wolverines and fought off the Soviets. Even better are the parts of the movie that become a documentary on a day in the life of a commanding officer. Continue reading Popcorn Pulse 15: Sherriff Glory
There are movies which, through wonderful accident of providence, are so bad they remain locked in a vault. These abominations presumably remain in the same warehouse along with the Ark of the Covenant and Harrison Ford’s motivation. Until the dark day some ignorant buffoon steals what they believe to be a treasure and unleash it upon the world.
This is how we ended up with Foodfight! on home video. Voice acted by a stable of people that haven’t been relevant since Saddam Hussein was looking for a spider hole, this movie offers Tim and Weltall everything. Watch as Charlie Sheen does an awful Bogart impression and flirts dangerously with an under age girl. Listen as Hilary Duff delivers her lines with the gusto of a McDonald’s patron requesting a combo. Thrill as the CGI makes the puppets of the original Thunderbirds look natural and flawless. Continue reading Popcorn Pulse 14: Super Foods
We discuss an evil corporations Latin cousin, then we invite you to follow us through our adventure of My Science Project. Back in middle school I did a science project about the effects of different color lights on plant growth. I even used a black light which made the damn thing grow like crazy. Oh and the movie was bad.
The Enchanter decides to break our non rules and talk about something you have probably already seen. It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. I have nothing funny or witty to say about this. Just listen to him blab about it.
Weltall is Outraged. Mostly because he can’t seem to describe anything in this movie well enough not to sound like a lunatic. Continue reading Popcorn Pulse 13: Outragous Science
Do you like attacking disabled children? Then we have the movie for you. Chocolate.
No Music for this episode sorry still in the computer freak out episodes.
In his faux buttered episode of Popcorn Pulse Tim and Weltall fall through a wormhole and are assailed by everything bad about the early nineties. Clothes that everyone would be embarrassed to find in their closet? Check. Negligent parents? Double check. The sadest whitest rapping every shoehorned into the end credits of a movie? Check, check, check. Continue reading Popcorn Pulse 11: Dinosaur City
In this great episode we discuss The Frozen Ground. Well first we go off on directors using cell phones instead of real cameras. Then the Enchanter shows Weltall the new Green Goblin annndddd… Wow. Eventually we get to the movie and discover the Enchanters true feelings of “true story” detective movies.
Continue reading Popcorn Pulse 10: Frozen Skin
The purple man is here to haunt you childhood. So in this great episode we compare and contrast the two movies you see below.
Continue reading Popcorn Pulse 8: Phantom's Shadow
Wesley Snipes. That is our celebrity summon for this episode. Please join us in the forums and talk about him. If you don’t know the celebrity summon was born last episode. This episode is it’s infancy. It starts to grow; soon it will be a child and we (hopefully with the help of our listeners) will form what it will be in it’s prime.
Also we discuss some movies.
Continue reading Popcorn Pulse 7: Liberty Shocked