Sunday, June 17, 2012

The NJNM Podcast: Ep. 93 - Tucker & Dale vs. Evil


In this week's episode, Ben and Tyler discuss Eli Craig's 2010 film, Tucker & Dale vs. Evil.



Introduction
Character Name Game Intro - 3:19

Media Consumed
Tyler
Gentlemen Broncos - 5:30
"Life's Too Short" - 10:20

Ben
Cooking A Contemporary Classic: A Conversation with "Breaking Bad" - 12:55
Rounders - 15:18
All Dogs Go To Heaven - 20:20

Review
Tucker & Dale vs. Evil - 28:08

Wrap-Up
Next Time:  Presumed Innocent  - 52:33
Listener E-mail/Voicemail/Twitter - 53:15
Character Name Game - 54:43
Where You Can Find Us - 56:27

Character Name Game Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W7lhkKCHeaE

2 comments:

Bellmore Tallfish said...

Hear he, hear he!

Firstly, Tucker and Dale v. Evil was a great movie, regardless.

Second, and firstly important, you scoffed at the anonymity of Tyler Labine and Alan Tudyk.

Labine, thus you mayn't know, was the lead and driving force of the hilarious (!) network comedies, Sons of Tucson and Mad Love.

Tudyk, on the opposite hand, provides the shot of cumin in the gumbo that is ABC's Suburgatory, a delicious powder of the Gods we shan't live without.

Fourthly, I take earnest disrespect to you talking about Katrina Bowden and Katrina Bowden's midriff for no longer than a media minute. Included is a list of 10 things I would join hands with Bowden in performing:

1. Getting Katrina to wear Lord Stanley's Cup, possible or not possible
2. Fatboy Slim Dancing, really loud
3. Edward 40-hands
4. Algebra (the good kind)
5. A cathartic reading of books by George "Rawr" Martin that aren't Fire and Ice
6. The Spanish Inquisition, revisited and redubbed.
7. Eating brisket with David Bowie
8. Murdering David Bowie
9. Purchasing a car for 400 dollars
10. Guest starring in the live action movie, December Fire.

Dwell on that, and reconsider your priorities. In the meanwhile, great podcast, knuckleheads.

Woot woot,

Bellmore

Ka♥ ty said...

This week’s episode makes me want an All Dogs Go to Heaven Episode or review in the future.I ♥ Charlie! He reminds me of my sister’s dog The Great Bambino.


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