Well, friends, it's here. This is the end, but the moment has been prepared for. After 199 episodes and several non-canonical and short things, it's time for Kyle and Lincoln to head off into the distance, but it's not entirely a somber affair. They still have one super rambly, super bit-heavy episode and one final movie to discuss - the 1982 film Conan the Barbarian directed by John Milius, written by Oliver Stone, and starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. What a treat! You'll also learn about the new '70s cop show "Mustache & Hammer" and marvel at the idea of Gene Hackman in a bottle. And, of course, the fellas attempt to hit every square on the WTF Are You Watching?! bingo cards.

It's a journey, everybody, and thanks for going on it with us!

Direct download: 200_-_Conan_the_Barbarian_1982_and_THE_END.mp3
Category:Film -- posted at: 8:30 AM
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Nothing like finishing a trilogy one episode before the end of a thing, right? This week, on the penultimate episode, Kyle and Lincoln are joined by two more very frequent guests, Joey Nicole "DeDang" Thomas and Robert Jahalabad Walker. Rob was our very first guest ever, don't ya know? They're here to finish up our looks at the Indiana Jones movie trilogy (yes, they only made three, I can't hear you, lalalalala) with 1989's Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. Guess what, the movie's great.

We also talk a little bit about Fantastic Four, but this was recorded before it went on to bomb hardcore. So that's fun. Little snapshot of time.

Direct download: 199_-_Indiana_Jones_and_the_Last_Crusade_1989_w_Joey_and_Rob.mp3
Category:Film -- posted at: 2:59 PM
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For their pen-penultimate episode, Lincoln and Kyle have invited two of their most frequent guests to one last time talk about a movie. In Kyle's living room, he's gotten Pharos Projecteer and Hammered Horrorite Paul Heath and in Lincoln's living room, he's gotten, well, his wife Rachel Riendeau-Hayes. Believe it or not, she's harder to book for this.

Together, on top of all the ol' favorites of chat, they discuss Jim Henson and Frank Oz's 1982 puppet-world masterpiece The Dark Crystal and Rachel does her best to explain to Kyle and Paul what the hell happens in it. This carries on into a discussion of that period of time when kids movies were scary, and several of the eerie Disney variety get brought up.

Direct download: 198_-_Dark_Crystal_1982_w_Paul_Heath_and_Rachel_Riendeau.mp3
Category:Film -- posted at: 8:00 AM
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With only four episodes left, Kyle and Lincoln pull out the stops and pretend they've never done an episode before (if their hosting skills are to be believed) for John Badham's 1983 film WarGames starring Matthew Broderick, Dabney Coleman, John Wood, Ally Sheedy, and Barry Corbin. Lincoln hain't never seen this movie before, so that's fun.

On top of all the talk about "back doors" and early computer gaming behemoths, they also discuss weird old movies Kyle's been watching, more about X-Men, a fair amount about piss, a soupcon of people not realizing how to pronounce things or what country they're on, and even some Doctor Who for good measure.

Direct download: 197_-_WarGames_1983.mp3
Category:Film -- posted at: 8:30 AM
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This week, the fellas talk about a lot of disparate things. Lincoln saw Weird Al! Kyle went to Montreal! X-Men movies are cool! Kurt Russell has a great mustache! And the piece de resistance, the main course if you will, they discuss Luc Besson's 1994 film Leon, also known as The Professional, and also Leon: The Professional

Direct download: 196_-_The_Professional_1994.mp3
Category:Film -- posted at: 7:17 AM
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This week, Kyle and Lincoln go to war. Well, not really, but they talk about a movie that has war in it, in the form of John Sturges' 1963 POW epic, The Great Escape starring about a million people, but some of them are Steve McQueen, James Garner, Richard Attenborough, Donald Pleasence, Charles Bronson, and James Coburn.

Kyle's been at Comic-Con all week and didn't edit this episode so he doesn't remember anything else about what he and Lincoln talked about. So it'll be a surprise for everyone!

Direct download: 195_-_The_Great_Escape_1963.mp3
Category:Film -- posted at: 4:12 PM
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After another unexpected week off, Kyle and Lincoln are back to talk about 2008's out-of-nowhere animated film Star Wars: The Clone Wars, a precursor to the TV show of the same name. Featuring the voice of Sir Christopher Lee. They also discuss True DetectiveSense8Orphan Black and lots more.

Direct download: 194_-_The_Clone_Wars_2008.mp3
Category:Film -- posted at: 8:30 AM
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Oh my stars and garters, can you even believe it? After not really being together for about a month, and after a much-needed week off, both Kyle and Lincoln are on an episode without any guests. And it's a rambly one too, you guys. They discuss the 2004 Disney adventure film National Treasure starring one Mr. Nicolas Cage as Overactor McIdiosyncracy. 

Also discussed in detail: Jurassic World and other movies as well!

Direct download: 193_-_National_Treasure_2004.mp3
Category:Film -- posted at: 8:31 AM
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This week, Lincoln had to bow out, so Battleship Pretension's own Tyler Smith joins Kyle (very late at night one evening) to talk about 1995's Congo which, in case you've forgotten, is where YOU are the endangered species. Is the movie as bad as either of them remember, or is it, like star Ernie Hudson believes, some kind of misunderstood piece of throwback serial adventure fun? Also, a whole lot of discussion about Twin Peaks, and a fair amount about Bill Nye the Science Guy and The Real GhostbustersWhat the hell, you guys? Is this Nostalgiacast now?

Direct download: 192_-_Congo_1995_w_Tyler_Smith.mp3
Category:Film -- posted at: 7:00 AM
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It's a veritable podcasting party with frequent guest friends Joey 'DeDang' Thomas and Rob 'Jahalabad' Walker returning to talk about what was once considered the worst Indiana Jones but is now considered leaps and bounds better than that FOURTH one they made, Temple of Doom. It's all about fortune and glory, kid.  Joey also quotes Teen Witch within the first minute of the show, and Rob decides to make up facts about other things. Those scamps.

Direct download: 191_-_Temple_of_Doom_with_Joey_and_Rob_1984.mp3
Category:Film -- posted at: 8:30 AM
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