What's this? Joey and Scott in the same room recording? No! Wait a minute... it's a trick! It appears that The Movie Guys have finally figured out how to harness the limitless power of the Internet using the awesomeness of Skype, and are now recording episode from their respective shelters, the Guida Estates and the Wilson Compound.
With this newfound technological advancement clutched firmly in their hairy knuckles, Episode #41 of Moviesucktastic is structured around Joey's latest movie challenge to Scott, the Jamie Lee Curtis, William Baldwin and Donald Sutherland (which one of these is not like the others) sentient alien life form horror movie Virus! Scott doesn't consider it nearly as painful as some other horror films that have been forced upon him, but he and Joey still find enough to cover extensively.
Virus also receives the honor of launching the newest feature of the Moviesucktastic Podcast Pseudo-Structure: Taking Out the Trash, in which Joey and/or Scott give examples of what they would have done differently in order to make the film at hand more enjoyable, hence effectively removing the bad bits (taking out the trash... get it?) and creating an entirely new and less sucktastic film.
Also featured in this episode are the Top Ten films in the theaters over the past weekend, the latest additions to The Finger List, and the second installment of Scott's Sucktastic Theater, in which he continues reading from the novel which served as the inspiration for the film Gymkata, Dan Tyler Moore's The Terrible Game.
This episode of Moviesucktastic is available on iTunes and Zune, or on Podcast Pickle, Podcast Pup and Pod Feed. If you are on the go, you can stream it on the fly directly onto your smart phone using the sweet-ass Stitcher App. And, as always, you can also download or listen to the show streaming at Moviesucktastic.com.
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