Mulder and Jones discuss the Oscars before getting into some other exciting movie news.
Mulder and Jones give their Oscar predictions, rehash their lists from last year, and discuss their top 10 films of 2017 in this JAM-PACKED episode!
Mulder, Jones, Wolfie, and Jason discuss the delightful 1980 comedy classic, 9 to 5! Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, and Dolly Parton (in her film debut) team up to take down their chauvinist boss in this 1980 comedy.
Mulder, Jones, Wolfie T, and Jason discuss the recent Uma Thurman/Quentin Tarantino controversy ad nauseam before discussing recently seen films. Movies discussed in this episode: A Futile, and Studpid Gesture (2018), DRUNK STONED BRILLIANT DEAD: The Story of National Lampoon (2015), El Topo (1970), Tentacles (1977), Friday the 13th Part III (1982), and Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1984).
Mulder, Jones, Wolfie T, and PJ talk about the newly revealed Oscar nominations before getting into another round of What Did You See? Movies discussed in this episode: American Made (2017), Friday the 13th (1980), The Rose (1979), The Naked Prey (1965)
Mulder, Wolfie T, and Producer Jason discuss Jamie Lee Curtis' least known horror film, 1980's Terror Train!
Mulder, Wolfie T, and Producer Jason recap the Golden Globes and the Times Up movement before getting into recently seen movies.....which includes a Last Jedi Rant from Mulder. Movies discussed in this episode: Brawl in Cell Block 99 (2017), Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017), and Never Too Young to Die (1986).
Celebrate the holidays with the whole WTM crew as they discuss the 1984 Christmas Classic, Gremlins! The guys debate American vs. Foreign culture, try and figure out how many people are actually killed, and go off into a tangent with The Mandela Effect. It's SPIKE, not STRIPE!
Mulder and Jones speculate over the Tarantino/Star Trek news before getting into what they've seen lately and trashing the Golden Globes a bit. Movies discussed in this episode: The Disaster Artist (2017), Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (2017), Wind River (2017), and The Polar Express (2004)
Mulder and Wolfie T discuss the Canadian Classic, Black Christmas (1974). Join the guys as they get into the Yuletide spirit with one of the first Slasher films ever. 5 years before Halloween, there was Black Christmas.
It's a jam packed episode as Mulder, Jones, and Wolfie T welcome a new addition to the show, discuss film news and movies they've seen lately before going through their Top 5 Movies to be thankful for! Movies discussed not including the Top 5 lists: Justice League (2017), Coco (2017), T2: Trainspotting (2017)
Wolfie T joins Mulder to discuss the opening of Justice League, Tom Cruise's possible involvement in Tarantino's next film, and recently seen movies. Movies discussed in this episode: The Accountant (2016), Fistfight (2017), Race With the Devil (1975), Something Wild (1986), CB4 (1993), Solaris (1972).
Wouldst Thou Like to Live, Deliciously??" Listen in as Mulder and Jones break down The Witch! (2015)
Jones is back fresh off his honeymoon so he and Mulder discuss the Wedding, Harvey Weinstein, and what they've seen lately. Movies discussed in this episode: Blade Runner 2049 (2017), Logan Lucky (2017)
Mulder and Wolfie T discuss the underated slasher The Prowler from 1981. We discuss Tom Savini's incredible special effects work, another round of is Mark a MARK, and how the hell is Major Chatham getting around his house?
Mulder and the Wolfman break down Friday the 13th Part 6 and all it's Meta-filled glory.
Mulder and the Wolfman discuss the latest controversy surrounding Harvey Weinstein before getting into what they've seen lately. Films discussed in this episode: Mother! (2017), Shut-In (2016), Powder (1995), The Howling (1981).
Mulder and Wolfie T take a look at Fred Dekker's fun horror movie, The Monster Squad! Dekker was on a role in the mid-80's as this film came out only a year after Night of the Creeps (1986). Listen in as we learn about the un-PC 80's, virgins, and the Wolfman's anatomy.
Mulder is back with Wolfie T to discuss some recent Film news including the death of a Film Icon. Mulder later rants about his terrible experience trying to watch "It" at the theatre. Movies discussed in this episode: It (2017), It Comes At Night (2017), Goon: Last of the Enforcers (2017), Dangerous Minds (1995), Colors (1988), Observe and Report (2009)
Mulder, Jones, and Wolfie T celebrate their 100th episode with the Blockbuster that started it all, Jaws! This episode wraps up our Summer of Fun and our Summer Down Under as there is an Australian influence on the film. This episode also marks the start of our Horror Extravaganza as we'll be focusing on Horror Movies the next TWO months!