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.
John & Pat once again compare the ’80s to the ’10s, and once again prove the past was a huge load of crap. Of course, they also prove that so is the present. Why even bother doing anything? Just quit your dumb job and collect unemployment.
John & Pat don their hallucinogenic jackets, Beatles style haircuts, and counter culture shoes and talk about the movies of the ’60s. Funny coincedence, they always wear those outfits in September. 30 days hath it!
Ami joins Pat & John to discuss two films that are virtually mirror images of each other – as long as you ignore genre, quality of acting, plot, cinematography, and critical acclaim.
John & Pat pick their 10 favorite movies from the decade they were born. Unfortunately for them (and you), they weren’t born 2 decades later, so the Problem Child franchise is off the table.
John & Pat pick their favorite movies from the ’90s – hope everybody loves hearing about Jim Carrey for an hour!
Michael returns to discuss a pair of horror movies – one legitimate, one where the horror come from the realization you spent an hour and a half watching garbage when you could have been folding laundry. So i’s all a good metaphor for life in general.