HypeCast Episode #34: Guilty Pleasures and Robert Rodriguez
April 11, 2007
News: Rob Zombie's Halloween Teaser; First Look at Bratz The Movie; Adam Sandler in Bedtime Stories
Main Topic: Guilty Pleasures
Director Spotlight: Robert Rodriguez
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Hey guys! Great show. I wanted to tag along on the Guilty Pleasures. You mentioned 8 Legged Freaks, and we just got done talking to David Arquette about his new flick, The Tripper. During the interview, we talked about another guilty pleasure, Ready to Rumble. It is Scott Cahn before he was "Scott Cahn." Scenes where a toilet paper truck crashes into a sewage truck just can't be ignored... And by the way, Killer Clowns from Outer Space nearly ruined my childhood...
Neil on Apr 12, 2007
funny show- I've got some crap movies I confess to watching over and over: Caddyshack 2 Nothing But Trouble- Both with Dan Aykroyd and Chevy Chase- see a pattern here. Memoirs of an Invisible Man- Another Chevy Chase! Directed by Carpenter. Disney's Robin Hood- cheap animation, but great characterizations and catchy songs. Kuffs- fricken hilarious Christian Slater as a smart ass rookie cop avenging his brother's death. The Wizard- The ultimate video game/road trip movie- also hilarious...Christian Slater is in this one too. Think of the Rain Man character as a kid. The power glove scene is a classic. Mermaids- because I feel like a pussy every time I own up to it, but it's actually a good film. Darkman- awesome B-movie. Big Top Pee Wee- a talking pig and hot dog trees...and Benicio Del Toro in his first film as Duke The Dogboy. Valeria Golina is HOT!! Remo Williams- Fred Ward is trained to be a super cop who can walk on water, dodge bullets and eat nothing but rice in order to please his hilarious master played by Joel Gray. Check out the brawl atop the Statue of Liberty. A low-grade Bond movie with breath-taking stunts and some corny but memorable dialogue- one of the best guilty pleasures ever. Howard the Duck- so terrible it's fascinating. Tim Robbins and Jeffrey Jones are great for some laughs though.
Marty Mcfly on Apr 14, 2007
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