The last of our preview episodes before we decided it wasn’t fun for us, including advice on Child Rearing, praise for Tim Burton and Vincent Price, and more Kristen Bell slobbering in the case of Tom.
Our First Annual Halloween Suggestions Episode is here! Join the Boys From Brooklyn as they discuss with more enthusiasm than facts six of their favorite horror films that you might not have considered. From the classic-but-near-forgotten Phantasm to the insanely wrong-headed (in the positive sense) Cemetery Man, we’re sure to turn you onto something that’s perfect for your tastes. Also, Tom and Derrick talk about the charms of both versions of The House on Haunted Hill, and we let the cat out of the bag about what we’ve got planned for the month of December. It’s a gruesome grab bag of cinematic chillers, so reach your hand in by clicking the download button!
It’s time to kick the Better In The Dark Halloween festivities off in earnest, and what better way to do that than to release an episode focusing in Marvel Comics’ bad-ass Vampire hunter, Blade! From his origins as a supporting character in one of the scariest comics of the 70’s to his total redesign as a signature role for Wesley Snipes, Tom and Derrick tackle it all! Of course, it wouldn’t be an episode without digressions and divergences, so we also explore the phallic nature of Spike TV’s name and try to answer the eternal question of “Jessica Biel: What gives?” It’s a fangful of fun, so get to downloading!
It’s our latest Review Program, as Tom and Derrick talk about the movies they’ve seen for the months of May through July of 2007. Join The Boys Outta Brooklyn as they discuss 1408, 28 Months Later, and Fantastic Four: Rise of The Silver Surfer…plus witness the havoc as both our hosts go thoroughly postal on Spider-Man 3! You don’t want any old podcast, you want to click on the download button now!
The Boys Outta Brooklyn finally return to the fan favorite series on Marvel characters in the media by focusing on everyone’s favorite tortured mutants, The X-Men! From their origin as one of Marvel’s biggest failures to their dominance of televised animation to the movie trilogy that cemented the present age of Marvel movies, Derrick and Thomas cover it all. Plus, more repetitions of the phrase ‘Kill ‘Em All!’ than you can handle, more questions about Canada, and Derrick reveals he knows what you’re really doing. It’s a Homo Superior good time, so click that download button!
The Boys Outta Brooklyn dig into their cinematic storerooms to come up with a number of films you probably haven’t seen but should. From the sci-fi noir of Dark City to the psychological weirdness of Black Narcissus, we cover six films that may have drifted under your radar. Okay, we say it’s six–but Thomas and Derrick go off on tangents to discuss a number of other movies you might want to check out, including Office Space and the legendarily odd Captain Kronos, Vampire Hunter. It’s a movie-a-thonic celebration–so get to clicking!
In time for Rob Zombie’s big screen remake, the Guys Outta Brooklyn unleash their biggest episode ever–almost ninety minutes of filmic goodness. Join Thomas and Derrick as they go through the entire eight-film cycle, from the John Carpenter classic to the dumb-ass sight of Busta Rhymes kung fu-ing Michael Meyers. No film goes unmentioned or unpunished! Plus speculation on the new version…and it starts right with one little click.
It’s the Darkest Part of the Movie Season, where every studio dumps the projects it doesn’t know what to do with–so of course Thomas and Derrick are there, putting their two cents in to let you know what’s worthwhile! Join The Guys From Brooklyn as the talk about The Bourne Ultimatum, Stardust, Saw 4 and more–and hear them discuss pop princesses (yes, you heard that right), what Hollywood does to Hong Kong directors, the movie Tom hates above all else and more…so get to clickin!
The Boys From Brooklyn go mucking about the skeletons in their cinematic closets to talk about the Movies That Suck That They Love. From the big-budget disaster that was The Avengers to the befuddling William-Shatner directed debacle of Star Trek 5, Derrick and Tom come clean about the films no one likes that they just keep watching!