Hey everyone! Thanks for tuning into Episode 8 of The Curly Mustache Podcast! Each week, we take two villains, one real-life and one fictional, and we discuss their histories, crimes, possible connections, fun facts, and decide whether they are redeemable or not with our trusty Bowler Hat Scale. This week, we go over the “The Bandit Who Wouldn’t Give Up”, Elmer McCurdy, as well as the ruler of Snake Mountain, Skeletor. Enjoy!Continue reading “The Curly Mustache Podcast: Ep. 8 – Elmer McCurdy | Skeletor”
The Garbage Pail Kids | Clue | Transformers: The Movie | GI Joe: The Movie | Transformers | GI Joe | Battleship – Games Into Movies Special – Hello everyone! Welcome to episode 110 of Motion Picture Meltdown! Mark, Philip, Dehart, and myself decide to roast through a plethora of mostly shitacular movies in a genre that seems to be seldom talked about amongst the movie world (and rightfully so!). We go through movies based on popular toys and board games! Roasting through the timeline of movies, we touch up on early films like Clue and The Garbage Pail Kids, 80’s cartoon movies like Transformers: The Movie and GI Joe: The Movie, all the way up to current blockbuster movies like Transformers, GI Joe, and Battleship. In this episode, you will hear our votes for the worst game-movie that could possibly be made, or college knowledge on battleship anchors, and touch more Philip’s inner fear of Tim Curry. Enjoy!
On this episode of unitedcypher presents – Evan and DeHart play some “news” clips from our precious and informative media, two gunshop owners vie for your dollar, and one brave political candidate mounts his anti-gun campaign not knowing that his true nemesis lies in wait… Skeletor!
The Punisher | Masters of the Universe – Welcome back, Motion Picture Maniacs! Mark and I have stayed with our word to continue to be motivated to podcast every week, and this week we’ve decided to dive back into the late 80’s with foreign action star, Dolph Lundgren. We’ve decided to rip apart the 1989 version of The Punisher as well as the 1987 nerd classic Masters of the Universe.
The gang discusses the importance of being “money,” what the Rocky series would be like if were dubbed into Chinese and then dubbed back into English from that translation, and being a He-Man character.