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Last update: 2015-03-26

EP 50 - COCKTAIL (SPECIAL EPISODE)

2015-03-26 :: guiltyfilm.com

Break out the booze cause we're celebrating our 50th episode! We've experienced our first full year of Guiltyfilm, so join us as we broach life-altering topics such as why Coughlin's Laws are so crucial, why poetry in nightclubs is dumb, and what to do when the doorman and butler gang up on you. Other segments in this special episode include what our favorite reviewed movies are, our favorite episodes, and a Stable of Lobbyists who decide which movies deserve sequels the most. Also, we officially announce our Patreon campaign for those that would like to support the show and in turn receive rewards. Find it here: GUILTYFILM ON PATREON…

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EP 49 - OVER THE TOP

2015-03-19 :: guiltyfilm.com

Guiltyfilm has yet to tackle a Stallone flick, and what better film to start with than the arm wrestling extravaganza Over the Top! Greg Jackson returns to the panel to dish out his undying love for the movie as does Andrew - whose young life in New Jersey was partially forged by Lincoln Hawk and his truck. The panel discusses vests in the 80s, angry Robert Loggia, and chasing someone down in a limo. The Stable of Lawyers condemns gratuitous advertising in movies, and we wrap up with a candy-filled anti-guilty pleasure. …

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EP 48 - CONGO

2015-03-12 :: guiltyfilm.com

We're heading into the jungle and bringing our martini shakers because Congo is our latest guilty pleasure! The epic journey of an ape with a power glove and a whole cast of goofy characters is a favorite of Kevin's, and Dr. Stephanie Bogart returns to the show to tell us how all the science in the film sucks. During the episode the panel discusses topics such as eating sesame cake, yet another great Tim Curry performance, and what it takes to become a silverback. The Stable asks the pressing question, "animals, whyyyyy?!" and finally the anti-guilty pleasure had a little too much to drink last night.…

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EP 47 - THE RUNNING MAN

2015-03-05 :: guiltyfilm.com

Stalkers are on the panel's tail this week as they break down this 80's Schwarzenegger one-liner fest. Will the panel embrace the dystopian, game show filled movie, or send it packing down a long metal tube to nowhere? The panel talks about Maria Conchita Alonso sweating in her skivvies, how to memorize a sequence of numbers, and how John Hughes snuck into an Arnold action film. Afterwards, the Stable prosecutes movies that ruined the actor, and finally the anti-guilty pleasure gives us a dose of Old Time Rock and Roll and prostitutes. …

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EP 46.5 - PODCAST AWARDS FINALIST

2015-03-02 :: guiltyfilm.com

Guiltyfilm is a finalist for the 2015 Podcast Awards! We owe so much to you, the fans, who helped get us to where we're at today! VOTE for Guiltyfilm to WIN here (you will be required to verify your vote through email): VOTE FOR GUILTYFILM TO WIN Please help us find new fans by rating us on iTunes via this link (use the "view in iTunes" button once there): RATE US IN ITUNES HERE And finally, if you want to become a patron of Guiltyfilm and reap rewards: VISIT OUR PATREON PAGE HERE…

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EP 46 - ZOOLANDER

2015-02-26 :: guiltyfilm.com

Can the panel strike the right pose to succeed in the world of male modeling? You'll have to listen to find out! Andrew hosts a discussion that is anything but serious about the 2001 more-than-absurd comedy Zoolander. During the episode they discuss such daunting topics as when it's okay to go blackface in a coal mine (the answer is: never), the sound you make during the ultimate wedgie, and Ben Stiller's annoying voice. Following the review, the Stable of Lawyers questions when characters get time to pee, and our anti-guilty pleasure is on a movie that Daniel Day-Lewis simply butchered.…

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EP 45 - THE THREE MUSKETEERS

2015-02-19 :: guiltyfilm.com

Put on your tunic and grab your sword, because it's time to SAVE THE KING! The live action Disney version of The Three Musketeers is our guilty pleasure du jour, and boy does it have a lot of brutal killings! Join the panel as they discuss such adventuresome topics as the greatest cleavage shot in film history, gruff voices, and lovely flowing hair. After the movie the Stable takes down the annoying young bucks of film, and we finish on an anti-guilty pleasure that's both American and some sort of pastry.…

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EP 44 - CAN'T BUY ME LOVE

2015-02-12 :: guiltyfilm.com

We're all nerds just trying to be cool in this 80's-tastic episode! Special guest and actress/model/cosplayer Tifani Ahren Davis joins the panel to discuss the classic Patrick Dempsey rom-com. During the episode the panel discusses such topics as why the movie should have taken place in Mexico, what your mom's skeevy boyfriend sounds like, and why you should refrain from defecating on your friend's house. The Stable of Lawyers unleashes hell on Misleading Titles, and finally our anti-guilty pleasure is a movie where a certain Ziggy Stardust wears a giant codpiece.…

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EP 43 - WILLOW

2015-02-05 :: guiltyfilm.com

Are you an expert at making pigs disappear? Or maybe morphing people into pigs? Then Willow is the movie for you! Join us as we discuss the 1988 nostalgia-laden action fantasy that George Lucas had a hand in making. Fortunately for us, Ron Howard directs and we find out that our childhood memories haven't betrayed us - it's still pretty good! During the episode the panel talks about cutting off a piece of your body, snowballs, and living the life of a peck. The Stable of Lawyers convicts some lawbreakers that are unnecessarily disgusting, and our anti-guilty pleasure is a mob movie that's funny like a clown. …

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EP 42 - OUT COLD

2015-01-29 :: guiltyfilm.com

It's winter and we're all hitting the slopes with a review of the 2001 ski comedy Out Cold! Returning guest John Duym joins the panel this week so that he and Andrew can declare to the world why this Jason London headliner is great for watching when you're drunk or high. During the episode the panel discusses topics such as why this movie was ten times better due to David Koechner, why you shouldn't alienate the cute blonde girl, and what is actually talked about in lesbian chat rooms. Following the review, the Stable of Lawyers convicts comic relief that ain't funny, and finally the anti-guilty pleasure is an Antonio Banderas flick that's too cool for its own good.…

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EP 41 - BURLESQUE

2015-01-22 :: guiltyfilm.com

Show a little more, show a little less, it's time to Burlesque! Or at least what this movie thinks Burlesque is. Guiltyfilm regular Stephanie stops by with a movie she's seen as many times as they've shown it on cable (which is a LOT). Join the panel as they discuss important topics such as the modernized chicken dance, how hot Eric Dane really is, and how Stanley Tucci is really, really good at playing gay characters. Following the review, the Stable of Lawyers cracks down on janky choreography, and finally we wrap it all up with an anti-guilty pleasure that has all that jazz.…

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EP 40 - THE LEGEND OF HERCULES

2015-01-15 :: guiltyfilm.com

Nominated for 6 Razzie Awards this year, The Legend of Hercules has disappointed many. However, Kevin steps up to defend 2014's potentially worst film and claims it as his guilty pleasure. During the episode the panel discusses such pressing issues as the smells that Zeus leaves behind, poor-man's Gerard Butler, and when it might be time to arm your bitches. A Stable of Lawyers prosecutes films that are way too serious, and finally the anti-guilty pleasure criticizes a 90's movie that's chock full of campy aliens.…

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EP 39 - CAN'T HARDLY WAIT

2015-01-01 :: guiltyfilm.com

It's party time! As we ring in the new year at Guiltyfilm, we all sit down to discuss a high school house party for the ages. Yes, Jennifer Love Hewitt seemed to capture everyone's heart and Jason Segel makes a weird appearance with a watermelon - but is Can't Hardly Wait a good movie? The answer may surprise you! During the episode the group handles such topics as how to be a successful rock band, when memories guy has a boner, and how to dress for your meeting a the train station. Following that, our Stable of Lawyers grumbles over bad hair in movies, and we wrap it up with an anti-guilty pleasure that is an all-time sci-fi classic. …

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EP 38 - JINGLE ALL THE WAY

2014-12-18 :: guiltyfilm.com

Happy Holidays from Guiltyfilm! For the final episode before Christmas, we bring back multi-episode guest and review contributor Melanie Jura, as well as special guest Alex Gertsma from the Throw It Away Podcast. Delving into one of Arnold's infamous family comedies, we discuss the busy life of a mattress salesman, why Sinbad disappeared after the 90's, and try to understand the logistics of the Christmas toy black market run exclusively by Santas. Following that, the Stale of Lawyers adjudicates subplots that were unnecessary and unacceptable, and the anti-guilty pleasure addresses an oscar-winning fantasy trilogy.…

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EP 37 - DIE HARD 2

2014-12-11 :: guiltyfilm.com

Terrorists have taken over Guiltyfilm and John McClane is the only man who can stop them! The sequel to the seminal action classic Die Hard is on tap, and the panel has some choice words for it. During they show they talk about the senator that works at the airport, the ongoing awesomeness of William Sadler, and why you shouldn't take your jacket off when you're in a blizzard. The Stable of Lawyers has a go at rappers acting badly, and finally the anti-guilty pleasure is an artsy-fartsy war flick. Wait, that doesn't sound right...…

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EP 36 - JURASSIC PARK III

2014-12-04 :: guiltyfilm.com

Cue the epic John Williams score, cause we're headed to Jurassic Park! Well, the second, less interesting island at least. Join the panel as they delve into a sea of raptors, pterodactyls, a pissed off Spinosaurus, and severely grumpy Sam Neill. During the episode, they chat about why you shouldn't take massive hits off a life jacket, who the secret badasses are, and why oatmeal keeps showing up in strange places. Following that, our Stable of Lawyers takes on film crimes in the realm of "That's Physically Impossible!" Finally, our anti-guilty pleasure addresses the movie that was Bill Murray's closest shot at an Oscar.…

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EP 35 - AN AMERICAN TAIL

2014-11-27 :: guiltyfilm.com

Did you have a bit of Fievel in your childhood? The panel did, and after many years it was time to revisit his trek to America. Was it just as magical and epic as they remembered? During the episode they chat about how Don Bluth loves everything gritty, the vast number of characters and events that scared Jen Day, and how a boy mouse becomes a man mouse. Plus, there's a surprise appearance by the editor of the podcast! The Stable of Lawyers adjudicates wardrobe malfunctions, and the anti-guilty pleasure concerns America's pastime and corn fields.…

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EP 34 - SPICE WORLD

2014-11-20 :: guiltyfilm.com

Zig-a-zig-ah! Yes, believe it or not, someone out there claims Spice World as their own personal guilty pleasure...and we brought her to the podcast! Pauline Lampert of the Flixwise Podcast sits in the guest seat this episode and defends...er...talks about the 1997 absurdist comedy and critically despised Spice Girls movie. Let's just say she finds more support from the panel than Kevin does for 75% of his choices. During the ep, they discuss Geri Halliwell's breasts, Alan Cumming's aquatic adventure, and how to jam a million celebrity cameos into your movie. The Stable of Lawyers attacks actors who try new genres, and they finish with an anti-guilty pleasure that happens to be a very recent, and much loved, Marvel movie.…

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EP 33 - THE GOLDEN CHILD

2014-11-13 :: guiltyfilm.com

This is the episode that proves not everything from your childhood is sacred. Kevin's choice of Eddie Murphy's 1986 action-fantasy-comedy turns out to be a bit painful to revisit years later. During their chat the panel discusses riveting topics such as the greatest magazine to ever hit newsstands, the qualifications for being a "chosen one," and why Pepsi is Andrew's drink of choice. Following that we unleash the Stable of Lawyers on "terrible movie accents," and finish up with an anti-guilty pleasure that is horrifyingly extra-terrestrial.…

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EP 32 - X-MEN ORIGINS: WOLVERINE

2014-11-06 :: guiltyfilm.com

Hey bub, it's our first comic book film episode, and where better to start than Marvel's 2009 disastrous Wolverine origin tale. During the episode the panel discusses the mutant abilities that come with being a woman, why The Blob may be the worst character of all time, and to what degree Ryan Reynolds loves swords. After that they thoroughly discuss what could have made it 10x better (answer: nothing). Finally, the Stable of Lawyers is unleashed on the topic of "characters that ruined the movie."…

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EP 31 - SILENT NIGHT

2014-10-30 :: guiltyfilm.com

Wrap up horror month with the baddest of the bad, the 2012 remake of Silent Night, Deadly Night. The panel knew this was going to be crap, but had to watch it to know what kind of crap it was classified as. Answer: TOTAL. During the podcast they talk about Malcolm McDowell's four different personalities, which is faster - the gun or flamethrower, and the brattiest girl in the history of the world. The Stable of Lawyers adjudicates movie to be continued's, and the anti-guilty pleasure is a highly regarded film that drinks your milkshake.…

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EP 30 - THE MONSTER SQUAD

2014-10-23 :: guiltyfilm.com

Let's call this meeting to order! We need to know at least two ways to kill The Wolfman in this spooky episode of 1987's semi-forgotten cult classic The Monster Squad. During the episode, we discuss what The Mummy was really doing in a young boy's closet, Kevin and Stephanie find some marital dischord, and we discuss the merits of a dynamite-throwing Dracula. After some crazy shenanigans with our "Nudity Gone Wrong" topic on the Stable of Lawyers, the anti-guilty pleasure touches on a seminal comedy classic from Harold Ramis.…

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EP 29 - THE 'BURBS

2014-10-16 :: guiltyfilm.com

Special guest from The Hollywood Outsider podcast Aaron Peterson sums up this episode succinctly: it's not a horror film, but it's a great Halloween film. Welcome to The 'Burbs! Apparently we love Joe Dante because this is his second movie in 3 episodes. During the podcast we discuss what Bruce Dern and Abe Vigoda have in common, why the hot mom in the neighborhood never wears any clothes, and an alternate ending that could have made Corey Feldman a God. After some further shenanigans we wrap it up with Aaron's vitriol towards a seminal horror classic.…

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EP 28 - THE EXORCIST III

2014-10-09 :: guiltyfilm.com

Evil needs more exercise! In our second horror film of October we tackle the third go-around in William Peter Blatty's Exorcist series. First time guest Marcus Toran helps us navigate the ins and outs of scary demons and angry George C. Scott. During the episode the panel discusses a hatred of all fish, the difference between being a bad character and a bad actress, and one of Kevin and Andrew's favorite cinematic moments ever. Following that, we hit up an anti-guilty pleasure with an ending so horrific that Mark is just plain indignant.…

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EP 27 - GREMLINS 2: THE NEW BATCH

2014-10-02 :: guiltyfilm.com

We dive into our first ever horror month with evil creatures taking the big apple by storm! In this bananas horror-comedy, the panel sings the praises for a film that is like no other in many ways. During the episode the panel discusses Howie Mandell supplying the voice of Gizmo (yes, it's true), drunk old women using the microwave, and racially profiling Daffy Duck. We kick off a new and improved Stable of Lawyers that includes you, the listeners! Finally, we wrap it up with a horror genre anti-guilty pleasure that Kevin is angered to have sat through.…

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EP 26 - JEFF, WHO LIVES AT HOME

2014-09-24 :: guiltyfilm.com

The panel gets strangely serious this week talking about the Duplass Brothers' 2011 dramedy. That's okay, though - for once they get to flex their actual filmmaking knowledge instead of making poop and boob jokes. Poop and boob...ha!! During the episode the panel talks about Susan Sarandon and her waterfall picture, when coincidence goes too extreme, and one of the greatest film scenes of the last 10 years. Finally, the anti-guilty pleasure wraps it all up with a yet another discussion of a James Cameron epic. …

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EP 25 - MOONRAKER

2014-09-18 :: guiltyfilm.com

James Bond conquers villains, outer space, and now Guiltyfilm! Join the panel as we break down the 1979 Bond-meets-sci-fi blockbuster. During the episode the group discusses being a henchman that takes your work seriously, getting the opportunity to have access to the ENTIRE glass store, and the awesome actor that played Jaws - the late Richard Kiel. After the review, our first time guest Joe Zappa gets really angry about a recent multiple Oscar nominee as his anti-guilty pleasure.…

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EP 24 - XANADU

2014-09-10 :: guiltyfilm.com

What the HELL did we just watch?? It's Xanadu, everyone! Join the panel as we discuss the roller-skating, flashy neon VFX, Olivia Newton-John-fueled musical and have many choice words for it. Our first time guest Greg Jackson pours all the love he has for the movie into this episode, and we remain astonished to this moment. We chat about sad sack artists that annoy us, an 80's fashion montage for the ages, and Gene Kelly doing everything he can to save the movie. Finally, we wrap it up with an anti-guilty pleasure that seems obvious, yet defies common sense.…

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EP 23 - DRUMLINE

2014-09-04 :: guiltyfilm.com

Get our your snare and prepare to march to our beat as we review the marching band sensation from 2002 - Drumline! Mark, Andrew, and Kevin were none too pleased that Jen brought this film to the table, but there's certainly plenty to discuss regarding Nick Cannon's rise to the top of the percussion ranks. During the episode the panel discusses topics such as chewing on your chin strap in a disgusting manner, boot camp drill sergeants getting all creepy sexual, and how Riverdance can make you seriously horny. Following that, our anti-guilty pleasure sends Jen and Kevin into utter disbelief when Mark throws down on a war movie that couldn't keep his focus.…

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EP 22 - JOHN CARTER

2014-08-21 :: guiltyfilm.com

Time for some hardcore sci-fi with a movie that bombed so hard it actually made Disney flinch. Join the panel as they break down the 2012 Edgar Rice Burroughs adaptation of his 1917 "A Princess of Mars" novel. They discuss chopping off various bodily appendages, the delicate art of making a movie with names that don't drive you crazy, and how hot movie stars can potentially save your movie. Afterwards, the anti-guilty pleasure deals with a whole different adaptation of a novel, of which the live action film couldn't live up to its cartoon roots.…

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EP 21 - THE KARATE KID

2014-08-14 :: guiltyfilm.com

If you don't listen to this episode you might go *squish* just like grape! Join the panel as they break down what is seemingly the most important movie in Andrew's entire life. Will it bring harmony to the group, or will it fail to look eye (always look eye). They discuss Elizabeth Shue needing MUCH more screen time, the logistics of falling down a hill, and old women in swimming pools. The anti-guilty pleasure takes a surprising stance against a beloved half-animated film of the late-80's.…

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EP 20 - THE WIZARD

2014-08-07 :: guiltyfilm.com

Don't be late for the tournament! The gang talks about the road trip/massive product placement movie that is The Wizard. It's definitely a product of its time, but can it still be an enjoyable movie? The answer may surprise you...or will it?! The panel discusses topics such as a hidden gangster movie vibe, a special cameo appearance by a famous (according to Andrew) truck, and sweating profusely whilst playing Super Mario Brothers. Afterwards we finish it up with an anti-guilty pleasure of cars and angry, angry people.…

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EP 19 - MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE

2014-07-31 :: guiltyfilm.com

We join the panel, or as Skeletor would say, "A curious quartet..." to talk about the majesty that is 1987's He-Man movie starring none other than Dolph Lundgren. Although in retrospect, it's more like a Skeletor movie, and we're not complaining. The group discusses the worst mercenaries of all time, Courtney Cox being Courtney Cox, and what Karg REALLY looks like. As usual we discuss what could have made it 10 times better, and square off in court with our stable of lawyers. Finally, the anti-guilty pleasure criticizes a trio of women and their boss Charles. …

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EP 18 - CHASING LIBERTY

2014-07-24 :: guiltyfilm.com

What do you get when you mix equal parts Mandy Moore, the Presidential family, and a longing to be a regular teenager? You get First Daughter of course! Oh wait, sorry wrong movie. This week the group is talking about Chasing Liberty, a similar movie that came out the same year. During the episode we chat about Jeremy Piven's construction lunch break personality, how everyone in Europe is super nice, and McGruff the A-hole. Finally, we have our last Trope Award for a while and it deals with the actors that excel at being extra creepy! VIEW THIS EPISODE'S TROPE AWARDS VIDEO…

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EP 17 - THE CARE BEARS MOVIE

2014-07-16 :: guiltyfilm.com

Behold! Care-a-lot! Join us in the clouds as we review the 1985 children's film (or giant commercial), The Care Bears Movie! It's three against one as most of the panel tries to figure out what the hell is wrong with Kevin as he likes this film a wee bit too much. A lot of discussion on how much nostalgia influences our guilty pleasures is had. The panel also discusses terrible fake cackling, The Great Fettuccine, and whether or not the Smurfs are better than the Care Bears. During our Anti-guilty pleasures, Kevin and Mark go to bat for a certain pirate movie when another panel member unveils a distaste for it.…

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EP 16 - EUROPEAN VACATION

2014-07-10 :: guiltyfilm.com

This is what happens when the Griswolds win on the "Pig In a Poke" game show: a tour of insanity across Europe! The panel does not come to any kind of consensus on whether European Vacation is a comedic classic or a boring blunder of a movie. Regardless, they pick apart the 1985 road trip film and discuss a surprise appearance by Johnny from the Karate Kid, the worst use of Stonehenge ever, and whether or not he's going to pork her! Also, prepare to consume some Grimace proportions because our anti-guilty pleasure has us watching a slow-burn Ryan Gosling film. …

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EP 15 - NATIONAL TREASURE

2014-07-02 :: guiltyfilm.com

Are you ready for action, adventure, and treasure? If so, then it depends on who you ask as to whether this movie has what you're looking for. Loved in concept but heavily debated on in execution, National Treasure is one of those movies the critics hate and audiences love. Join the panel as they discuss the logistics of a nationwide treasure hunt, Diane Kruger in an Urban Outfitters, and Jon Voight's old man smell. Following that they discuss what could make the movie 10 times better, the crimes against filmmaking, and Stephanie shocks everyone with her choice for the worst name in the movie! …

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EP 14 - THE PROPOSAL

2014-06-26 :: guiltyfilm.com

Is it the men vs. the women in the battle of this modern romantic comedy? Or is it something much, much more sinister? The panel takes on the Sandra Bullock/Ryan Reynolds match up and argue over almost every aspect of the film, right down to the five different ways the movie should have ended. Other topics of note include a discussion on Craig T. Nelson being a dick, the dexterity of Eagle's talons, and that creepy perverted guy that shows up at parties. This week we introduce some new segments such as Name Shame which calls out the worst character name in the film, and we consult our Stable of Lawyers. Finally, our anti-guilty pleasure has the gall to criticize a Pixar film! …

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EP 13 - HACKERS

2014-06-19 :: guiltyfilm.com

It's time to boot up your pentiums and take a trip back to the 90's! This week's discussion of Hackers includes special guest, and younger brother of Andrew, Daniel Nitsch. Daniel is our go-to expert on all things hacking, whether it be the sub-culture, its origins, and why this movie is so goddamn weird. During the review we discuss Angelina Jolie's penchant for wearing her pants like a 90-year-old man, the surprise appearance of a Latin pop sensation, and why Penn Jillette should stick to magic. Our anti-guilty pleasure takes a Tom Hanks Oscar winner to task, and our Trope Award goes to a classic action movie staple. VIEW THIS EPISODE'S TROPE AWARDS VIDEO…

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EP 12 - THE SCORPION KING

2014-06-12 :: guiltyfilm.com

Are you ready for a lot of oily pecs and campy action? Then The Scorpion King is the movie for you! The panel breaks apart the 2002 action vehicle for The Rock, which is Kevin's favorite guilty pleasure of all time. During the podcast they talk about fight scenes that blatantly defy the laws of physics, Oscar winner Grant Heslov as the bumbling comic relief, and Kelly Hu's magic boob-covering hair. Our Anti-guilty pleasure questions if a Francis Ford Coppola film is actually a classic (it probably is, we're not too bright). Finally, our Trope Award looks at awesomely delicious brutal movie kills. VIEW THIS EPISODE'S TROPE AWARDS VIDEO…

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EP 11 - SISTER ACT

2014-06-05 :: guiltyfilm.com

Hallelujah! The panel gets all spiritual and chats about the singin' swingin' sisters from 1992's Sister Act. If there's one thing they can agree on, it's that this is a true guilty pleasure because while they all love the film, each one of them is embarrassed because of it. We get holy talking about angry old ladies, Bill Nunn's oddly shaped body, and creepy movie couples. After that, our anti-guilty pleasure involves a movie with both robots AND monsters. Finally, we wrap the episode up with a viewer e-mail and a Trope Award subset called Stupid Movie S#!T with talking dinosaurs. VIEW THIS EPISODE'S TROPE AWARDS VIDEO…

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EP 10 - THE CUTTING EDGE

2014-05-29 :: guiltyfilm.com

Toe pick! The panel tackles their first ever romantic comedy. Will it be divisive or bring them all together in sweet harmony? With a film that has figure skating, 9 montages, and Terry O'Quinn (Locke from Lost), the answer may surprise you. During the episode the panel discusses being raised in a barn, terrible slow shutter speed photography, and epic limo driving music! For our anti-guilty pleasures we discuss a gritty David Fincher classic and one of Kevin Smith's movies from the View Askewverse. Finally, our Trope Award features an actor who's always moving at full speed. VIEW THIS EPISODE'S TROPE AWARDS VIDEO…

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EP 09 - BILL & TED'S BOGUS JOURNEY

2014-05-22 :: guiltyfilm.com

Excellent! The panel discusses the totally non-heinous, absurd Bill & Ted sequel from 1991. Along the way, we all agree on something more than the panel has ever agreed on anything: that William Sadler is a God amongst men. Also, we get to learn what our names spelled backwards sound like, hope for random guitar riffs to play in our daily lives, and decide Pam Grier taking off her clothes may not be something we want to see. During our anti-guilty pleasures we go all Bond and also discuss a certain boxer from Philadelphia. Finally, the Trope Award paints a bullseye on the movie trailers that are ruining our lives. VIEW THIS EPISODE'S TROPE AWARDS VIDEO…

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EP 08 - THE X-FILES: I WANT TO BELIEVE

2014-05-14 :: guiltyfilm.com

The truth may be out there, but you probably won't find it in this movie. We have a all-time record panel of five to discuss the 2008 second sequel to the fantastic X-Files series. You can't avoid the constant science vs. religion symbolism in this film...unless you are momentarily distracted by Xzibit's "acting" skills. Also of note are creepy Russian dudes, pedophile priests, and who doesn't love shaving their big bushy beard at 2AM!? Our anti-guilty pleasures involve one of the greatest comic book movies ever as well as a classic musical. Finally, our Trope Award involves a certain hispanic actress who needs some cheering up. VIEW THIS EPISODE'S TROPE AWARDS VIDEO…

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EP 07 - KULL THE CONQUEROR

2014-05-07 :: guiltyfilm.com

Kull rocks! Well, maybe not so much. Our Kevin defends Kevin Sorbo's 1997 action-fantasy. Is it so bad it's good? Or just plain bad? Either way, there's plenty of axes, swords, Tia Carrere, and sloppy make-out sessions to talk about. During our anti-guilty pleasures, we complain about Wes Anderson and Sandra Bullock. Finally, our Trope Award goes out to the ridiculous training sequences of cinema. VIEW THIS EPISODE'S TROPE AWARDS VIDEO…

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EP 06 - MANNEQUIN

2014-04-10 :: guiltyfilm.com

We discuss the most 80's-est movie all all time, Mannequin! If you thought you knew what ridiculous was, then you clearly haven't seen what this film has to offer. Let's put aside that it's about an ancient Egyptian-turned-mannequin-turned-human, because it also has greasy James Spader, a bulldog cop, hang gliding in the mall, and so much more. Also, we welcome Jennifer Day to the panel for the first time and she brings the ha ha's, the hoo hoo's, and the hee hee's. Our anti-guilty pleasures involve racism and a movie classic, and our Trope Award showers praise and hatred on musical moments in movies that are totally out of place. VIEW THIS EPISODE'S TROPE AWARDS VIDEO…

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EP 05 - EQUILIBRIUM

2014-04-03 :: guiltyfilm.com

We bring together a full panel to investigate who really directed Equilibrium: was it Kurt Wimmer, or a 17-year old high school student? The movie has a little bit for everyone including puppies, Nazi symbolism, poetry by Yeats, and some kick-ass action sequences. Bottom line, the movie is nuts. Later on, our anti-guilty pleasures deal with two heavy hitters of film: James Cameron and Quentin Tarantino. Finally, the Trope Award is given out to a man who probably really, really doesn’t like children (but we won’t swear to it. Please don’t sue us). VIEW THIS EPISODE'S TROPE AWARDS VIDEO…

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EP 04 - UNDERWORLD

2014-03-27 :: guiltyfilm.com

Underworld is one of those unusual films that critics hate but audiences love...except for Kevin. The panel discusses the 2003 action/fantasy/horror and touches on Hungarians with whips, Bill Nighy being in a completely different movie, and blond chicks whose name no one remembers. Later in the podcast our anti-guilty pleasures both share a common theme - not being able to relate to the protagonist at all (even though the rest of society apparently can). Finally, the Trope Award recognizes that much like Frosty the Snowman, one actor's hats are magical. VIEW THIS EPISODE'S TROPE AWARDS VIDEO…

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EP 03 - THE RELIC

2014-03-20 :: guiltyfilm.com

With Tom Sizemore and Penelope Ann Miller at the forefront, you know a movie can’t lose. The panel tears apart The Relic, a horror flick from ’97. We discuss teleporting monsters, the mayor’s wife’s rack, and the greatest coroner ever. Kevin finally gets his due on the anti-guilty pleasures, and his choice will shock you! The Trope Award goes out to an actress who often forgets to put on any clothes. VIEW THIS EPISODE'S TROPE AWARDS VIDEO …

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EP 02 - TOP GUN

2014-03-13 :: guiltyfilm.com

Go sky high with hosts Andrew and Kevin as they discuss the 80’s pop culture sensation Top Gun. The panel members duke it out regarding whether this film is worthy of it’s “classic” status or is just a dud. As usual, our anti-guilty pleasure choices will probably anger 99% of the public, and Tony Scott gets the nod with our latest Trope Award. VIEW THIS EPISODE'S TROPE AWARDS VIDEO…

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EP 01 - MORTAL KOMBAT PART 2

2014-03-02 :: guiltyfilm.com

FINISH HIM in the concluding segment to our premiere episode! We wrap up Mortal Kombat with a lively discussion about the element which brings life, Goro’s rock-hard balls, and sweaty bulging biceps. Following that, we choose our first two anti-guilty pleasures (which will shock you), and end with our first recipient of the acclaimed Trope Award! VIEW THIS EPISODE'S TROPE AWARDS VIDEO…

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EP 01 - MORTAL KOMBAT PART 1

2014-03-02 :: guiltyfilm.com

Prepare to defend the Earth Realm in our premiere episode! The Guiltyfilm panel, hosted by Kevin McKee and Andrew Nitsch, discusses what qualifies as a guilty pleasure and then begin to reveal the majesty that is Mortal Kombat. From Christopher Lambert’s mellifluous voice to why Sonya Blade may be the worst martial artist ever, we enter combat to decide if MK is a movie for everyone.…

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At Guiltyfilm we provide a hilarious, informative and delectable podcast where we talk about our favorite cinematic guilty pleasures weekly. Along the way we also chat about our anti-guilty pleasures (films we hate that everyone loves), and bring crimes against film to trial with our Stable of Lawyers!

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