Wow its been like 3 or 4 months since the last one? Well, here’s another SQUACKLECAST.
We talk about how much I hate having “fun” on the 4th of July weekend.
X-Men Apocalypse and Warcraft are the main topics otherwise.
Pixar’s Finding Dory is out, we haven’t seen it, but we talk about how hard it is for us to say which Pixar movies we actually really like for some reason. Who actually asked for a sequel to Finding Nemo anyway?
Clifford the Big Red Dog is also coming to the big screen.
Michael Bay and Roland Emmerich come up. We also talk about their careers.
We then talk about this Uno card game for the PS1, with this amazing opening movie.
I’m probably missing some things. ANYWAY! See ya next time!
On this special Valentine’s Day episode of the Squacklecast, we take a hard look at what makes Valentine’s Day tick in our personal lives. A hate for Candy Hearts and no luck with girls doesn’t prevent us from giving you, our listeners, the very best in dating advice that one can offer when they have absolutely no success or experience in dating.
We talk about what sort of pictures you may encounter or want to have on your dating profile, and what sorts of things an unsuccessful profile (dave’s) has. We also talk about what things NOT to say when you are “flirting” with a potential match.
Taking pictures at the DMV is also covered.
A couple of crazy work stories are also mentioned. Some random customer wanted to “track down” Kevin Smith, the director, and call him on the phone or something to get him to do something.
Kevin Smith’s movie Tusk is discussed a little bit. And we talk about Mike Tyson as an actor, as well as a little bit about the movie Enemy with Jake Gyllenhaal.
We take a Buzzfeed quest for some god-awful reason. Candy Corn vs. Candy Hearts debate. Candy Corn tastes like “not even a good eraser” and Candy Hearts are just compacted chalk.
There is also a “poo physics” lesson. More Transformers/Michael Bay confusion.
This week we watched Chernobyl Diaries, a movie about a bunch of college kids going to Russia to dick around and take Instagrams of ruined buildings and put them in meaningless filters so that they can show off to their friends. They also bring their crazy knife-wielding soccer coach along for the lulz.
Chernobyl Diaries has an old zombie lady masturbating in a closet in an attic of one of the buildings. Gross!
Why does Will Smith like making sequels to movies 10 years after the fact? It’s not like he was doing anything that important in the mean time between movies. If he’s going to make a shitty movie, he might as well make it while it is still relevant.
Street Fighter and The Legend of Chun-Li had it right — only have a story about one character, not 35 million characters at the same time. That’s about the only thing they did right, and the rest of it was so wrong it was right.