John & Pat once again amuse themselves by recasting movies with the casts of other movies. The listeners might amuse themselves by switching over to another podcast.
John & Pat look at the differences between movies nominated 30 years ago and those nominated today. They agree on one thing both eras have in common, though: not nearly enough Andrew McCarthy!
John & Pat do their annual Golden Globe predictions, and maintain their tradition of picking winners even though they haven’t seen the majority of the nominations. That’s how things work in Trump’s America! Their lack of knowledge doesn’t prevent them from explaining at length why the Hollywood Foreign Press sucks, either. You suck, HFP!
Finally, the whole stupid year is over, so it’s time for our annual recap of the few good things that actually happened. Spoiler: The Emoji Movie didn’t make the cut. We’re rebels!
We apologize for not having a special “227” episode for our 227th episode. Wait until you hear Episode 90210, we’ll more than make up for it!
Michael Morris joins the guys to give you the best Christmas gift ever: detailed descriptions of two movies so you don’t ever have to suffer sitting through them yourself. You’re welcome!
Pat’s friend Yvonne joins the guys to discuss The Thing and Get Out, two of the best horror movies of all time. Also two of Pat’s favorite things to shout at strangers from a passing car.
Pat & John finally finish their series on the best films of each decade with the ’20s and ’30s, so if you’re under the age of 187, you can probably skip this one. Sorry, millennials!
John & Pat continue their journey into the past with a look at the films of the 1940s, which millennials may recognize as the decade most of the jokes on The Big Bang Theory come from.
John & Pat take a look at the best films from a decade remembered fondly exclusively by old white men. Which could be any decade, really. You’ll just have to listen to find out which! Or read the episode title.
Laura Bagnato returns to talk about two classic gang movies from the ’70s. Violence is never the answer, kids! Except in these films, where it solves everything.