Charlie's Angels is a 2000 action film about three women detectives with a mysterious boss who retrieve stolen voice-ID software using martial arts, tech skills, and sex appeal.
Good morning, Angels. Of course we are referring to you our dear listeners as the ones who both look great and can fight very well. On this episode, The Vern is joined by Damien Riley (Talking Stars & The Damien Riley Podcast) to discuss their favorite moments from Charlie's Angels (2000). This was the big screen adaptation of three beautiful women (Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore, Lucy Liu), who are detectives for a millionaire that no one can see. Listen as we discuss alternate casting choices and find out why Bill Murray wasn't in the sequel.
Elwood and Lackey return with another double dose of cult TV goodness, this time kicking off with Fringe, a show dismissed by some as an X Files cash in, the guys argue why this show was so much more. Rounding out this double bill is the 1977 public information film Apaches by John Mackenzie, who would go on to direct the classic Brit gangster flick The Long Good Friday. Here though he teaches us about farm safety as a group of kids repeatedly find ever more unique ways to meet their demise. All this plus Doctor Who re-releases, scavenger hunts and questioning if Westworld has become the new Lost ... plus much more!!
Hello Listeners, on this episode, The Vern is joined by two writers to discuss what makes a movie become a cult favorite. Joining him are authors Scot Nolan (The Bargin Bin Reviews) and Michael Vaughn (The Ultimate Guide to Strange Cinema). Listen as they discuss what makes a bad movie so enjoyable and their top underrated and overrated cult films. The episode ends when Scot and Mike go head-to-head in a game of trivia.
Michael Vaughn on Twitter (@StrangeCinema65)
Scot Nolan on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/BargainBinReview/)
Listen to Nolan on the podcast The Lair of the Unwanted ( http://www.thelairoftheunwanted.com/)
Elwood and Stephen are joined by That Moment In.com's very own Duchess of Dark Cinema, Zoe (Zobo With A Shotgun) so of course it made perfect sense that we would be looking this episode at the Korean Romantic Melodrama The Classic. Stephen provides also provides an introduction guide to the genre while Elwood opens the anime vault to look back at Urotsukidoji: Legend of the Overfiend. We also talk cursed jewelry, impressing women with your blood type as well as asking if toothpaste is a good way to counter tear gas ... plus much more!
On this episode, I, The Vern bring you my top five favorite movies I have seen so far in 2018. There's only one rule, that each movie had to be one I saw in theaters. You may agree with me and you may not, so let's discuss in the comments. Be sure to tell me which ones I should have left off and any titles I should have mentioned instead.
Thanks again for your support.
Don't forget to check out bonus episodes on our Patreon Page
Find us on Facebook
and on Twitter
On today's show, The Vern is joined by director Joe Badon and lead actress Linnea Gregg to discuss the independent feature The God Inside My Ear. After Vern comments on his thoughts about the story, Bandon and Gregg talk with Vern and help explain what it's all about. They also get into a great discussion about the best way to promote indie movies in this age of digital streaming.
It's a veritable paranormal buffet on TV Good Sleep Bad this time as we take on both alien invasion and the afterlife in our latest exciting episode!
U.F.O., “Exposed” (episode 2, 1970): Hotshot test pilot Paul Foster puts more than his career at risk when he disobeys orders to investigate an unidentified flying object. He attracts the attention of a top-secret organization called SHADO, who aims to stop Foster’s investigation into the possibility of alien invasion—at any price.
Dead Like Me, “Pilot” (season 1 episode 1, 2003): Georgia Lass’s dead-end life meets its tragic end when a random piece of space debris strikes and kills her. Her afterlife takes a turn for the weird when she’s given a job guiding souls to the next world.
It's official. On Friday July 13th we are starting a Patreon page. There you can get bonus episodes not included here. We will also give you the chance to be on an upcoming show and have you help pick the monthly poll topic.
You can visit the site by heading to thatmomentin.com a clicking on our Patreon link. Bonus episodes post on Fridays. Each month going forward there will be at least two bonus episodes on the page as well. I promise more will be added as time goes on, so be sure to donate.
Today's show. I am giving you a sneak peak of the audio drama "Plan 9 from Outer Space". This was originally aired on The Lair of the Unwanted Podcast. I was a guest for a script read of Ed Wood's cult classic and after we finished, I took the file and added in sound effects and music and turned it into an audio drama. It was a lot of fun and I hope you enjoy this preview. The full audio drama will post on our Patreon page Friday. Below is a list of cast Members that were in the presentation.
Nate Withrow aka Bubbawheat
and The Vern
Bottom season 3 episode 2, “Terror” (1995): Richie and Eddie want to hold a Hallowe’en party and meet women to have sex with, but they have no money, so they go trick-or-treating with an electric cattle prod and attempt to sell their souls to the Devil.
Kindred: The Embraced episode 1, “The Original Saga” (1996): San Francisco police detective Frank Kohanek’s investigation of crime boss Julian Luna takes a bizarre turn when Luna’s bodyguard suffers a bizarre death at the hands of Luna’s rival Eddie Fiori. This in turn leads to a startling revelation: Luna is the leader of a secret society of vampires that also includes Fiori—and Kohanek’s girlfriend Alexandra.
On this latest edition of TV Good Sleep Bad Elwood and Lackey take on two episodes of Black Mirror, the British science-fiction series that’s giving new meaning to words like “prescient.” You go to bed one night in a world that makes sense, and in the morning you wake up only to find that you actually live in the world of “The Waldo Moment.”
In this episode, we discuss:
Black Mirror series 1 episode 1, “The National Anthem” (2011): A mysterious terrorist makes a bizarre demand of Britain’s Prime Minister: fuck a pig on live television or a beloved member of the royal family dies. Starring Rory Kinnear, Lindsay Duncan, Donald Sumpter, Anna Wilson-Jones.
Black Mirror series 2 episode 2, “White Bear” (2013): A young woman wakes up in an unfamiliar house with no memories except for some fractured visions of someone who may have been her daughter. Who is she? What happened to her? And why are all these people in masks chasing her? Starring Lenora Critchlow, Michael Smiley, Tuppence Middleton.