This is the best episode of Shoot Your Television yet. Bo, Andy, Steve, and Brian discuss Pete Townshend’s past muses, Aaron Sorkin’s The Newsroom, and America’s knee-jerk reactions to displays of humanity by public figures, to wit: Howard Dean’s fateful Jan 2004 presidential campaign trail rebel yell, Dan Rather breaking up on The David Letterman Show after [...]
In the first new recording in 3 weeks, Andy, Bo, and Steve get the band back together to view and talk about Dario Argento’s Jenifer (2005), an episode from the first season of Showtime’s Masters of Horror series.
Form of… The Polonia Brothers! In the 4th installment of the Buchert Special Series, the gents are subjected to Splatter Farm (1986), a shot-on-VHS masterpiece by twin brothers John and Mark Polonia.
Nashville singer/songwriter Jason White paid a visit to InCtrl Studios to talk with Steve, Andy, and Bo of the Shoot Your Television Podcast about his work and life. He even plays two songs, “Little Pieces of Plastic” and the unreleased “Little Old Me”. Perhaps best known to the casual listener as the songwriter of Tim McGraw’s [...]
The guys review #3 in what has become known as The Buchert Series: horror movies hand-picked by Director David Buchert (Blood Oath, In the Dark) as much for their unique and terrible qualities as their hilarious watch-ability.
Wherein four guys discuss director Josh Trank’s “Chronicle” (2012). I thought the film was a great take on what has become, in the superhero genre, something akin to a recent graduate that keeps haunting next year’s parties: the origin story.
“The Good News About The Dragons” – Vietnam, Game of Thrones, Muppets, and Glenn Frey.
Steve Martin is the only person to host a season premiere, a season finale, and a Christmas show of SNL. He is the only person to host the show three times in a single season. – IMDB
Winterbeast do what Winterbeast do. Claymation demons, mustaches that change scene to scene, flare-guns, and a dubious take on law enforcement make this week’s entry a special one. Christopher Thies’ Winterbeast (1991), is the Honey Badger of horror films. Winterbeast don’t care.
Get Comfortable. And Get to Know Each Other. This is the underlying wisdom of Michael Stanley’s Attack of the Beast Creatures (1985), a wonderfully painful romp through the wilds of someone’s Connecticut back yard. We join this magnum opus in 1920 as a lifeboat of survivors from the recently sunken Obelisk reaches the shore of what one of the [...]
Night of the Creeps and other stories. The full cast of Andy, Bo, Brian, and Steve reconvene to spend perfectly valuable time on a weighty pursuit: watching Night of the Creeps (1986) on Blu-Ray!