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This Movie Was A Hot Dog
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September 26, 2016 05:17 PM PDT

Hot Dog #56-This week, Frank-cis and Reverend Zach watched, 1995’s horror film “Evolver.” This film had us asking such questions as; why does this robot never stop asking questions? Why were we so obsessed with VR in the 90’s when we weren’t actually able to make it a reality? Are they expecting parents to spend tens of thousands of dollars to by their children a fully functioning artificially intelligent robot? Where is this VR arcade and why is there no staff? Do you have to buy extra darts and liquid smoke for this robot which must cost as much as a car? Why is this better than a video game exactly? How is the robots nerf canon able to fire steak knives out of it? Why, in movies, are families always drinking milk at dinner? And other questions! Join us for this Hot Dog! Edited by- Zach, Music Composed by Nick April.

September 20, 2016 05:15 PM PDT

Hot Dog #55- This week, Frank-cis and Reverend Zach watched, 1983’s action comedy film, “Fantasy Mission Force.” This film had us asking such questions as; why is Jackie Chan top billed in a movie he is barely in? Why are the Japanese in Canada ? Why does Africa (the entire continent) have its own General? Why is the American General named Abraham Lincoln? Is the main character a Captain or a Lieutenant ? Why are the Japanese Nazis driving American Muscle Cars? Better question, why are there Japanese Nazis? Why does this goofy spoof movie become a serious war movie with a message about the American military industrial complex at the end? And other questions! Join us for this Hot Dog! Edited by- Zach, Music Composed by Nick April.

September 14, 2016 02:47 PM PDT

Hot Dog #54- In celebration of the end of summer and going back to school, we are watching films that, for many, encapsulate that feeling of freedom and summer fun. That’s right, the forgone genre of the boob comedy! Films that were made in one week for almost no money, that were shown on basic cable late at night to an audience of mostly 12 to 16 year olds. And for our fourth and final week of this summer farewell, Matt (a different matt) and Reverend Zach watched, 1979’s sex/boob comedy “H.OT.S.” This film had us asking such questions as; why does one guy seemingly own a hot air balloon that he keeps inflated 24/7? Does this movie really need four B-plots? Why is no one concerned that a fully autonomous cleaning robot appears inside their home? Where did they get a seal, and what is the long term plan to take care of the animal? How can the boob comedy that has the most boobs (out of the four we have now watched) be so boring !? What exactly does the drugged chocolate cake do to Danny Bonaduce’s body? What happens to the fat polish immigrant at the end during the topless football scene? Why does this movie end with a topless football scene that lasts 15 MINUTES !?! And other questions! Join us for this Hot Dog! Edited by- Zach, Music Composed by Nick April.

August 30, 2016 05:23 PM PDT

Hot Dog #53- In celebration of the end of summer and going back to school, we are watching films that, for many, encapsulate that feeling of freedom and summer fun. That’s right, the forgone genre of the boob comedy! Films that were made in one week for almost no money, that were shown on basic cable late at night to an audience of mostly 12 to 16 year olds. And for our third week of this summer farewell Matt and Reverend Zach watched, 1995’s satirical science fiction (soft core porn(?)) boob comedy “Attack of the 60 Foot Centerfold.” This film had us asking such questions as; was this suppose to be a normal movie or a soft core porn? Can a movie have six, several minute long topless scenes, with dialogue, and still be considered a real movie. Did this movie need a B plot, never mind two of them? Where did the circus tent come from? Who made the giant bikini? Did the same company make the giant lipstick? Did the giant hamster that stomped through LA ever get killed? Why didn’t angel explode at the end? Were women's crotches longer in the 90’s? And other questions! Join us for this Hot Dog! Edited by- Zach, Music Composed by Nick April.

August 23, 2016 03:58 PM PDT

Hot Dog #52- In celebration of the end of summer and going back to school, we are watching films that for many, encapsulate that feeling of freedom and summer fun. That’s right, the forgone genre of the boob comedy! Films that were made in one week for almost no money, that were shown on basic cable late at night to an audience of mostly 12 to 16 year olds. And for our second week of this summer farewell Frank-cis and Reverend Zach watched, 1984’s Canadian boob comedy “Oddballs” (no relation to "Screwballs” This film had us asking such questions as; why are we constantly shooting guns at children for laughs? Why is there a coin operated telescope in the boys cabin, pointed at the girls camp? Why is there both an alien and a dinosaur in a movie that also has a rather cute subplot about a young boy's summer crush? Has there even been a movie, before or since, that has had both a Japanese stereotype and a beret wearing french Canadian black kid in it? And other questions! Join us for this Hot Dog! Edited by- Zach, Music Composed by Nick April.

August 17, 2016 03:35 PM PDT

Hot Dog #51- In celebration of the end of summer and going back to school, we are watching films that for many, encapsulate that feeling of freedom and summer fun. That’s right, the forgone genre of the boob comedy! Films that were made in one week for almost no money and were shown on basic cable late at night to an audience of mostly 12 to 16 year olds. And to start this summer farewell Frank-cis and Reverend Zach watched, 1983’s Canadian boob comedy “Screwballs.” This film had us asking such questions as; why are most of these guys not in jail? Who exactly are the snooty old people being led around throughout the whole movie? Why does this school have its own beach? Why does this school have its own airplane repair shop? What is the plot of this movie? Is there a plot at all? Can a movie be legally considered feature length if it's under 90 minutes? And other questions! Join us for this Hot Dog! Edited by- Zach, Music Composed by Nick April.

August 10, 2016 03:05 PM PDT

Hot Dog #50- This week, Frank-cis and Reverend Zach watched, 1984’s science fiction, romantic adventure, comedy film, “The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension!” This film had us asking such questions as; is Buckaroo Banzai the single most important human in the history of civilization? Why did Lord John Whorfin just not travel back to the 8th dimension in 1938? Why did John Lithgow not age a single day in 46 years? Why is Jeff Goldblum dressed like a cowboy? What was that watermelon doing at the Banzai institute? Why is the President having back surgery? Why don’t the black Lectroids just shoot the laser at John Whorfin instead of threatening to instigate WWIII ? How exactly does and an alien space craft fly “like a truck”? How does one become a “Blue Blaze Irregular”? And other questions! Join us for this Hot Dog! Edited by- Zach, Music Composed by Nick April.

August 02, 2016 02:40 PM PDT

Hot Dog #49- This week, Frank-cis and Reverend Zach watched, Neil Breen’s Magnum Opus, 2005’s “Double Down”. This film had us asking such questions as; Is he stopping a terrorist attack or conducting one? What is the story? Is there a story? What is the deal with that magic rock he got from the old man in the desert? Is Neil Breen a genius or a mad man? Why did he write out what is suppose to be such a bad ass character and then have him eat tuna out of the can while driving? Does he commit the terrorist attack or not? Who was the little girl who had brain cancer? Why must we see his balls floating in a pool? And other questions! Join us for this Hot Dog! Edited by- Zach, Music Composed by Nick April.

June 07, 2016 04:07 AM PDT

Hot Dog #48- This week, Frank-cis and Reverend Zach watched 1994’s “Angels in the outfield”. This film had us asking such questions as; who established the rules to dictate angelic influence over an American Baseball game? Why do such rules exist anyway? How on earth has Danny Glover not been fired yet ? What happened to the pitcher after Danny Glover punched him? Did Danny Glover kill the pitcher? Why did the writers feel the need to kill Tony Danzas; never mind that this fact is revealed to a child through divine influence ! Why does the team never have a single away
game? Why is the owner ok with the coach assaulting its own players, but is ready to fire him for believing in God ? And other questions! Join us for this Hot Dog! Edited by- Zach, Music Composed by Nick April.

May 31, 2016 03:50 AM PDT

Hot Dog #47- This week, Frank-cis and Reverend Zach watched 1989’s American cinematic classic, “Roadhouse”. This film had us asking such questions as; how is it possible for Patrick “the swayz” Swayze to be so damn cool? Why is the comical fat guy afraid of a taxidermy polar bear? Why doesn’t Ben Gazara just shoot Patrick Swazyze in the head 10 minutes into the movie? Why does a movie about fist fights have 3 buildings explode? Why does no one call the state police, or do anything at all? And other questions! Join us for this Hot Dog! Edited by- Zach, Music
Composed by Nick April.

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