This week we finished our series of rogue-loose-cannon-forgot-the-rulebook cop movies with this beauty.
This week we watched a throwback to the era of self-determination, lone vigilantes, and a time when the helpless citizens cried out for a cure for rampant violent crime. No, it wasn’t Charlton Heston’s fever dream, it was a Stallone movie. Perhaps his greatest.
This week we start our loose-cannon-cop-that-plays-by-his-own-rules month. Lad’s choice:
This week we’re doing our part for the Andy Sidaris podcrawl, Y’all. It’s an inaugural event to commemorate the formation of the the Podratic Equation, a new podcast network full of shows almost as sleazy (in one way or another) as we are. We thought it would be appropriate to watch some sleazy but fun movies to celebrate so many sleazy but fun shows coming together. So, we give you Picasso Trigger. Continue reading
We’ve joined The Podratic Equation, a brand new network of similarly sleazy, low-tech, but unbelievably fun podcasts.
To celebrate, we and all the other shows in the network so far, That’s Cool That’s Trash, Dadbodcast, Wax On Wax Lyrical, and Paths of Glory have agreed to watch some of the sleaziest, most low-tech, and fun movies ever, from filmmaker Andy Sidaris, patron saint to sleazeballs everywhere (love you, Andy!).
This is the man that gave us renowned performers Kym and Patticakes, who are and always will be the best thing I’ve ever seen in a movie.
That’s Cool That’s Trash has already released the first in this Andy Sidaris podcrawl, which will eventually take you through many of his early classics. Go and download their “Hard Ticket to Hawaii” episode here.
We’re up next with “Picasso Trigger,” which will post later this week. See you then!
This week we’re bringing you a beautiful story about a man who returns from space or the grave or whatever to avenge his own death by racing cars and exploding people over and over and over again. Continue reading
Ready to celebrate dairy like they only could in the early sixties? Then let’s go! We had a lot of fun with this one and we thought we’d see if you all enjoy it, too. If you like it and want to see more shorts, let us know in the comments below or go here to find out how to find us on Twitter and email.