Movie Meltdown - Episode 165 (aka: "Greg Makes Sex Sound Disgusting")
The fourth annual Oscar Meltdown party rages on as we enjoy crack... which leads to sex talk. Weird... but then again, maybe those go together just fine. And by the time we get to the “love ewe” discussion... well, after four years of this, you’d think there would be no way we could push the envelope further into the realm of bad taste. And yet... midway into that segment, even I thought... “I can’t believe we are having THIS conversation.” These are the things that crack leads to. Just say no kids...just say no.
We also discuss the Oscar-caliber film “Creature” starring (extended cameo) Klaus Kinski as a lovable space perv. The movie also feature thunderstorms in space, Ferris Bueller’s dad, Simone from “Pee Wee’s Big Adventure” and a cosmic creature that studied with Sanford Meisner. Plus we continue awarding The Foilers for the finest cinematic moments of 2011.
And while we discuss the special ways we care about Rosario Dawson, we also discuss... Midnight in Paris, Land of the Lost was from 2009, seeing other people’s apartments, Invader Zim, naked chicks in space, ads on Facebook, is she wearing poison ivy on her boobs?, getting nothing from Michelle Williams, talking animals movies, The Help, black Woody Allen, Norm Macdonald, for some reason... having women actually be interested in you, living in a breadtruck, Amber Heard, Zookeeper, a west coast fumble, Bobby Brown, OCD sex, being a Nazi, Sinbad’s socks, space pegboard and dryer-vent tubing, meta snaky comments, one more reason Gonzo is awesome, best extra award, Attack the Block, Drive Angry, attractive young actresses and... if Justin Beiber were a football player AND ultra-right-wing Christian.
Foiler Alert: We totally discuss all the goings on of the 1985 movie “Creature”, but as one of the gang says... “And there’s no spoiler-alert, because it’s not fucking possible to spoil this movie.”
“ I mean I thought it was crazy that that was even nominated for best picture. I mean... come on.”