Buonasera abitanti del seminterrato (Good evening basement dwellers) and get ready to celebrate a belated Valentine’s Day on the old leather couch as we check out the Italian classic Marriage Italian Style. Buona fortuna! In Seen It, we talk romance: The Shop Around the Corner, Love Actually, Bound and Palm Springs.
Season 10 begins with the basement crew taking a trip straight to Hell. And by Hell I mean Frogtown. Join us on the old leather couch and thrill to the exports of pro wrestler “Rowdy” Roddy Piper and his disagreements with some frogs: In Seen It: Da 5 Bloods, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, Dr. No and […]
It’s been a long year and season 9 is now complete. We wrap up a very weird year with the silent movie weirdness of The Mystery of the Leaping Fish. I guarantee you’ve never seen a movie like this. In Seen It, we talk about gifted people, caged birds and the flaws of one of […]
I hope your fragile psyche can withstand the insidious manipulation of Gaslight. Come to the old leather couch and find out with us. In Seen It we dip into our mail crate for fan-sent DVDs: we get striking moons, Madonna Street deals and divorcing women.
We dive right into the Christmas season with the full force of a speeding locomotive…or possibly a Polar Express. Get ready for some serious animated motion-capture adventures (motion cap-ventures?) on the old leather couch! In Seen It we discuss various Christmas Carols featuring Blackadder, Mr. Magoo and Muppets.
There’s no rule that says you can’t join us on the old leather couch for some mindless fun with Air Bud. The dog plays basketball…need I say more? In Seen It, we visit the crossroads, cruise through Nashville and attend Rachel’s wedding.
Ghosts, bleeding stairways, a portal to hell — The Amityville Horror checks all of the Halloween boxes. Just be sure to bring your flyswatter. In Seen It we get real scared of not dead dead, invisible men and the daughter of a black coat.
The old leather couch gets triple the horror this week as we commune with the Italian horror anthology Black Sabbath. Ghosts, Wurdalaks, Karloff, what more can you ask? In Seen It we discuss art house cinema: cool mediums, bloody poets and dinner with a fellow named Andre.