Bob has a chat with his good friend, talented filmmaker, musician, writer and PHANTASM super-fan Michael J. Epstein! They talk about the horrors of making people watch something you made, lamenting the film tastes of others and Michael's myriad of upcoming projects!
Bob has a chat with filmmaker Austin Allan James, director of the feature film Who's With Me?, a movie about isolation made BEFORE 2020! The two talk about influences, single location movies and their mutual love for the one and only David Wain!
Bob has a blast chatting with an independent filmmaker he very much admires, Joe Badon, director of the features The God Inside My Ear and Sister Tempest. They talk about what exactly counts as a "weird movie" while also outpouring their love for Tim and Eric, Ken Russell and the music of Ray Lynch. They also talk about Joe's two upcoming short films The Blood of the Dinosaurs and The Wheel of Heaven (WHICH HE IS CURRENTLY FUNDING THROUGH KICKSTARTER! BOB DONATED YOU SHOULD TOO.)
Jamie, Jimmy and Bob are cursed with too many questions while breaking down the script to The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It.
Bob sits down with his good buddy, Floridian filmmaker, creator of the Sick 'n' Wrong Film Festival, the one and only Stephen Stull. The two of them spend hours catching up on the important subjects like small penis humiliation, Michael Bay, videos of bloody fecal matter, why they both look like edgelords, and MENSA. They also talk about how he's producing a delightfully gross movie and DONATING TO THE FAT FLESHY FINGERS KICKSTARTER CAMPAIGN IS A GREAT IDEA! BOB DID...THREE TIMES!
Bob Rose and his buddy, musician Mike Walls, are honored to have a chat with the new Anti-Capitalist Master of Twitter himself, the lead vocalist, songwriter and bassist for Eve6, Max Collins! The guys run through the gamut of today's most important subjects such as shitting in grocery stores, the filmography of David Lynch and a mutual respect for the band Rancid. Yes, they discuss why the 1998 hit "the heart in a blender song" isn't officially called "The Heart In The Blender Song."
Jamie, Jimmy and Bob get their thoughts connected about the script for Netflix's newest animated feature The Mitchells vs the Machines.
Jeremy Herbert is a Rondo-Nominated filmmaker, freelance writer and lover of theme parks. Jeremy and Bob have been friends online for a while. This episode is the very first time they really got a chance to "talk" with their mouths, together. Join them as they spend almost four hours discussing VHS technology, lesser movies by great directors and why National Lampoon's European Vacation is the Temple of Doom.
Jamie, Jimmy and Bob form a flying V so they can breakdown Stephen Brill's script to the Disney classic The Mighty Ducks!