Someone’s Favorite Movie
April Fools Day (1986) and Batman Meets Godzilla

April Fools Day (1986) and Batman Meets Godzilla

April 1, 2020

April Fools Pranks/ Tiger King on Netflix (5:30)/ Mandy (9:00)/ Drag Me To Hell (12:50)/ Amazon Prime (14:38)/ Aerobicide (aka Killer Workout) and a challenge for Dan from Netflix n’ Swill (16:30)/ Batman meets Godzilla (20:23)/ Batman meets the Ninja Turtles and Elmer Fudd (26:00)/ April Fool’s Day (29:10)/ April Fool’s Day as a meta movie before Scream (33:10)

 

(Episode 15)

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Intro: “Feel the Buzz” by Dan “D-Boy” Amboy

Check out his music: https://soundcloud.com/dan-amboy

Randy juggles two jobs and is the miserable retail slave of the two. He lives outside beautiful Flint, MI, USA and struggles with being a lazy, yet overworked dreamer and a struggling, but barely trying writer.

 

Tommy also lives outside Flint, MI with The Beloved and his two step daughters. He's a stand up comedian and a man of questionable common sense. Check out his stand up dates at tomethompson.com

 
 
Dial Code Santa Claus (3615 code Pere Noel)

Dial Code Santa Claus (3615 code Pere Noel)

March 12, 2020

This time, Randy and Tom Coe cover the French film 3615 Code Pere Noel (Dial Code Santa Claus, also known as Deadly Games). It’s a movie about a boy who is home alone on Christmas Eve and sets up elaborate booby traps to protect himself from the intruder that broke into his home to attack him. Sound familiar? Did Dial Code Santa Claus inspire Home Alone or did Home Alone completely rip it off? It’s a deranged Santa vs the Wet Bandits, it’s a 9-year old with a mullet vs Kevin McAllister. It’s Dial Code Santa Claus vs Home Alone as we give our thoughts on the similarities between the two films. Plus, a whole bunch of fun stuff.

 

Swept Under the rug (3:00)/ what are you watching - Fargo the series (8:00)/ Lonesome Dove (10:17)/ High Fidelity on Hulu (12:16)/ Zoe Kravitz is cool (13:07)/ keeping movie lists (15:48)/ the Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise (16:20)/ The Lighthouse (17:43)/ Tammy and the T-Rex - the Gore Cut (18:27)/ Randy Shoe Diaries - Red Shoe Diaries episode 3 (21:23)/ Wizard magazine and the Marvel Swimsuit Specials (22:00)/ Quality Question - if you drop a Mogwai in the sea, will it spawn forever? (29:43)/ Drop Dead Fred and the wonder of Phoebe Cates (30:10)/ download free streaming channels like Tubi and Crackle (31:00)/ the rules of Gremlins and Mogwais are baby Yoda with fur (32:28)/ Dial Code Santa Claus (35:38)/ Santa’s Slay with WWE champion Bill Goldberg (37:47)/ what’s a minitel (39:00)/ Home Alone is a rip-off of Die Hard (50:16)/ Did Home Alone plagiarize Dial Code Santa Claus and the legacy of John Hughes (51:00)/ The impact of Home Alone on Randy (54:50)

(Episode 14)

Check out this latest episode and let us know some movies we should cover in the future by emailing us at: someonesfavoritemoviepodcast@gmail.com

 

Like what you hear? Check out Randy and Tommy on Miserable Retail Slave - an improv comedy show that has been making folks laugh for 7.5 years.

Check out the Tom Coe's podcast Jake and Tom Conquer the World!

Intro: “Feel the Buzz” by Dan “D-Boy” Amboy

Check out his music: https://soundcloud.com/dan-amboy

Randy juggles two jobs and is the miserable retail slave of the two. He lives outside beautiful Flint, MI, USA and struggles with being a lazy, yet overworked dreamer and a struggling, but barely trying writer.

 

Tommy also lives outside Flint, MI with The Beloved and his two step daughters. He's a stand up comedian and a man of questionable common sense. Check out his stand up dates at tomethompson.com

13. My Bloody Valentine

13. My Bloody Valentine

February 13, 2020

It's Valentine's Day, which means it's time to check out Quentin Tarantino's favorite slasher, My Bloody Valentine. 

Describe by the director as "the deer hunter" of slashers, My Bloody Valentine has become a cult favorite and was also subjected to a 2009 remake - My Bloody Valentine 3D.

Find out what Randy and Tom Coe think of this classic horror flick. Send them an email and let them know what you think of this episode, My Bloody Valentine, or just check in with your favorite cult movie!

Check out this latest episode and let us know some movies we should cover in the future by emailing us at: someonesfavoritemoviepodcast@gmail.com

 

Like what you hear? Check out Randy and Tommy on Miserable Retail Slave - an improv comedy show that has been making folks laugh for 7.5 years.

Check out the Tom Coe's podcast Jake and Tom Conquer the World!

Intro: “Feel the Buzz” by Dan “D-Boy” Amboy

Check out his music: https://soundcloud.com/dan-amboy

Randy juggles two jobs and is the miserable retail slave of the two. He lives outside beautiful Flint, MI, USA and struggles with being a lazy, yet overworked dreamer and a struggling, but barely trying writer.

 

Tommy also lives outside Flint, MI with The Beloved and his two step daughters. He's a stand up comedian and a man of questionable common sense. Check out his stand up dates at tomethompson.com

 

 

12. 12:01 PM

12. 12:01 PM

February 2, 2020

12:01 pm was a movie that premiered in 1990 and earned an Academy award nomination, but how many people have actually heard of it? Here's a summary: a man finds himself relieving the same day over and over again. Sound familiar? The producers of this movie sued the producers of Groundhog Day for plagiarism. Did they have a case? Find out what we think.

 

Plus, finding rare movies, a scavenger hunt challenge for all of our listeners, and a review of episode 2 of the Red Shoe Diaries, just to keep things spicy

 

Suckers for numbers/ tracking down specific elusive movies (4:35)/ LA Rules: The Pros and Cons of Breathing (7:24)/ the scavenger hunt - possessed hands (9:00)/ The Ewok movies (12:00)/ Avengers: Endgame (15:00)/ Red Shoe Diaries episode 2 review (17:40)/ 12:01 pm - did this movie inspire Groundhog Day? (23:40)/ comparing Happy Death Day to Groundhog Day (39:09)/ 12:01 (46:30)/ Groundhog Day: Like Father, Like Son - the sequel to Groundhog Day (50:22)/ Tammy and the T-Rex and shoutout to Vinegar Syndrome (56:40)

Check out this latest episode and let us know some movies we should cover in the future by emailing us at: someonesfavoritemoviepodcast@gmail.com

 

Like what you hear? Check out Randy and Tommy on Miserable Retail Slave - an improv comedy show that has been making folks laugh for 7.5 years.

Check out the Tom Coe's podcast Jake and Tom Conquer the World!

Intro: “Feel the Buzz” by Dan “D-Boy” Amboy

Check out his music: https://soundcloud.com/dan-amboy

Randy juggles two jobs and is the miserable retail slave of the two. He lives outside beautiful Flint, MI, USA and struggles with being a lazy, yet overworked dreamer and a struggling, but barely trying writer.

 

Tommy also lives outside Flint, MI with The Beloved and his two step daughters. He's a stand up comedian and a man of questionable common sense. Check out his stand up dates and plan a trip to throw tomatoes at http://tomethompson.com

 

11. Roar

11. Roar

January 30, 2020

 It's been called "The Most Dangerous Movie Ever Made." Featuring 150 untrained lions, tigers, panthers, cheetahs, and cougars, it certainly lives up to that nickname. But is it worth watching? Find out.

Plus, a review of the first episode of the Red Shoe Diaries, in order to up the sex appeal of the podcast.

And, all sorts of nonsense. Including, that time my mom got peed on by a lion, the scrambled porn generation, and the Tiger in my grandparent's neighborhood.

 

Jake is jealous (2:30)/ Tommy was afraid of Roar (4:00)/ what are you watching: Lilyhammer, Baskets, Dr Sleep, Electric Dragon 80000v (5:41)/ Bringing the sex appeal: Red Shoe Diaries episode 1 review (16:12)/ Roar - the most Dangerous Movie Ever Made (28:00)

 

Check out this latest episode and let us know some movies we should cover in the future by emailing us at: someonesfavoritemoviepodcast@gmail.com

 

Like what you hear? Check out Randy and Tommy on Miserable Retail Slave - an improv comedy show that has been making folks laugh for 7.5 years.

Check out the Tom Coe's podcast Jake and Tom Conquer the World!

Intro: “Feel the Buzz” by Dan “D-Boy” Amboy

Check out his music: https://soundcloud.com/dan-amboy

Randy juggles two jobs and is the miserable retail slave of the two. He lives outside beautiful Flint, MI, USA and struggles with being a lazy, yet overworked dreamer and a struggling, but barely trying writer.

 

Tommy also lives outside Flint, MI with The Beloved and his two step daughters. He's a stand up comedian and a man of questionable common sense. Check out his stand up dates and plan a trip to throw tomatoes at http://tomethompson.com

10. The Silent Night, Deadly Night Franchise

10. The Silent Night, Deadly Night Franchise

December 29, 2019

This time on the program, we look at the entire Silent Night, Deadly Night franchise! It's a franchise that's filled with eyerolls, hilarity, killer Santas, psychic powers, giant bugs, Clint Howard, and evil toys. It's a franchise that's as unique as it is perplexing. We also talk about the history of Santa Claus slashers, an update on Tammy and the T-Rex and Black Christmas 2019, and the obscure b-movie, Elves. 

More notes:

Black Christmas 2019 flops (6:12)

Tammy and the T-Rex hits Shudder and the beauty of director's commentaries. (8:00)

Elves 1989 review (11:40)

santaphobia (19:00)

Silent Night, Deadly Night (20:40)

...And All Through the House from the 1972 Tales from the Crypt movie (27:44)

To All a Good Night (30:29)

Christmas Evil (31:46)

Silent Night, Deadly Night 2 and Garbage Day (41:19)

Silent Night, Deadly Night 3: Better Watch Out! (1:06:22)

Silent Night, Deadly Night 4: Initiation (1:14:24)

Silent Night, Deadly Night 5: The Toymaker (1:21:53)

Silent Night (2012) (1:32:19)

Check out this latest episode and let us know some movies we should cover in the future by emailing us at: someonesfavoritemoviepodcast@gmail.com

 

Like what you hear? Check out Randy and Tommy on Miserable Retail Slave - an improv comedy show that has been making folks laugh for 7.5 years.

Check out the Tom Coe's podcast Jake and Tom Conquer the World!

Intro: “Feel the Buzz” by Dan “D-Boy” Amboy

Check out his music: https://soundcloud.com/dan-amboy

Randy juggles two jobs and is the miserable retail slave of the two. He lives outside beautiful Flint, MI, USA and struggles with being a lazy, yet overworked dreamer and a struggling, but barely trying writer.

Tommy also lives outside Flint, MI with The Beloved and his two step daughters. He's a stand up comedian and a man of questionable common sense. Check out his stand up dates and plan a trip to throw tomatoes at http://tomethompson.com

 

9. Black Christmas

9. Black Christmas

December 8, 2019

Christmas Chiller season begins as Someone's Favorite Movie looks at Christmas horror movies.

This time, it's Black Christmas, a Canadian horror movie from 1974 that is a clear source of inspiration for slasher movies to come. In this episode, we talk about "the babysitter and the man upstairs" urban legend, how John Carpenter may have taken some inspiration for Halloween from this movie, and the upcoming Blumhouse remake of Black Christmas coming out on Friday the 13th. Don't worry. We also cover the 2006 remake, Black Xmas, and discuss how that movie got it all wrong.

Check out this latest episode and let us know some movies we should cover in the future by emailing us at: someonesfavoritemoviepodcast@gmail.com

 

Like what you hear? Check out Randy and Tommy on Miserable Retail Slave - an improv comedy show that has been making folks laugh for 7.5 years.

Check out the Tom Coe's podcast Jake and Tom Conquer the World!

Intro: “Feel the Buzz” by Dan “D-Boy” Amboy

Check out his music: https://soundcloud.com/dan-amboy

Randy juggles two jobs and is the miserable retail slave of the two. He lives outside beautiful Flint, MI, USA and struggles with being a lazy, yet overworked dreamer and a struggling, but barely trying writer.

Tommy also lives outside Flint, MI with The Beloved and his two step daughters. He's a stand up comedian and a man of questionable common sense. Check out his stand up dates and plan a trip to throw tomatoes at http://tomethompson.com

 

8. Tammy and the T-Rex

8. Tammy and the T-Rex

November 27, 2019

Tammy and the T-Rex is a 1994 cult classic in which a murdered teen's brain (Paul Walker) is put inside a mechanical T-Rex body. It's up to his girlfriend (Denise Richards) to find him a new body or love him just the way he is. It's the first starring roles for Paul Walker and Denise Richards, so that's a fact to win your local bar trivia with. It's fun, it's ridiculous, it's worth listening to us laugh at it.

Tammy and the T-Rex is being released this Black Friday in an R-rated, "Gore" cut by Vinegar Syndrome. 

Like what you hear? Check out Randy and Tommy on Miserable Retail Slave - an improv comedy show that has been making folks laugh for 7.5 years.

Check out the Tom Coe's podcast Jake and Tom Conquer the World!

Intro: “Feel the Buzz” by Dan “D-Boy” Amboy

Check out his music: https://soundcloud.com/dan-amboy

Randy juggles two jobs and is the miserable retail slave of the two. He lives outside beautiful Flint, MI, USA and struggles with being a lazy, yet overworked dreamer and a struggling, but barely trying writer.

Tommy also lives outside Flint, MI with The Beloved and his two step daughters. He's a stand up comedian and a man of questionable common sense. Check out his stand up dates and plan a trip to throw tomatoes at http://tomethompson.com

 

7. The Wicker Man

7. The Wicker Man

November 21, 2019

In this episode, we talk about the legendary horror-thriller-musical? The Wicker Man. This is the 1973 version. Not to be confused with the very meme-able 2006 remake starring Nicolas Cage. For good measure, we talk about the similarities to Ari Aster's Midsommar. 

If this is your first episode, thanks for listening. If you like what you hear, the best thing that you could possible do is suggest this show to a friend.

Like what you hear? Check out Randy and Tommy on Miserable Retail Slave - an improv comedy show that has been making folks laugh for 7.5 years. 

Check out the Tom Coe's podcast Jake and Tom Conquer the World!

 Intro: “Feel the Buzz” by Dan “D-Boy” Amboy

Check out his music: https://soundcloud.com/dan-amboy

Randy juggles two jobs and is the miserable retail slave of the two. He lives outside beautiful Flint, MI, USA and struggles with being a lazy, yet overworked dreamer and a struggling, but barely trying writer.

Tommy also lives outside Flint, MI with The Beloved and his two step daughters. He's a stand up comedian and a man of questionable common sense. Check out his stand up dates and plan a trip to throw tomatoes at http://tomethompson.com

 

 

6. The Star Wars Holiday Special

6. The Star Wars Holiday Special

November 17, 2019

Just think. You’re 3 years between movies…desperately waiting for The Empire Strikes Back…ravenous for more Star Wars content. Engaging in all sorts of hypothetical debates with your friends…you hear that there is going to be a Star Wars Holiday special and you anxiously count down the days to spend time with your favorite characters again.

 

And then…this is what you get.

 

A massive load of bantha fodder.

 

The Star Wars Holiday Special aired only one time on November 17, 1978 and with good reason. The special features cameos from all of your favorite Star Wars characters, but mainly focuses on Chewbacca’s family. That’s right. The protagonists of your show are characters that can only roar and subtitles are not provided. Better brush up on your Wookiee language skills!

 

Listen in as Randy and special guest TRB from “Welcome to Rantyville” discuss this one of a kind curiosity. How did the special come to be, what’s in it, and what did the writers and directors think of their project? Find out!

Like what you hear? Check out Randy and Tommy on Miserable Retail Slave - an improv comedy show that has been making folks laugh for 7.5 years. 

Check out the Tom Coe's podcast Jake and Tom Conquer the World!

 Intro: “Feel the Buzz” by Dan “D-Boy” Amboy

Check out his music: https://soundcloud.com/dan-amboy

Randy juggles two jobs and is the miserable retail slave of the two. He lives outside beautiful Flint, MI, USA and struggles with being a lazy, yet overworked dreamer and a struggling, but barely trying writer.

Tommy also lives outside Flint, MI with The Beloved and his two step daughters. He's a stand up comedian and a man of questionable common sense. Check out his stand up dates and plan a trip to throw tomatoes at http://tomethompson.com