A faithful furry friend joins us on the old leather couch, as we watch the Disney classic Old Yeller. Woof woof! In Seen It, we take a trip to the theater to watch mysterious men, several weddings and one hell of a muscle car.
In Weekend we find out that hell truly is other people. And car crashes. LOTS of car crashes. Come join us on the old leather couch for the apocalypse. In Seen It, we discuss foreign movies about zany firemen, grey foxes and a spirited woman named Juliet.
The old leather couch transforms into a glitzy tinseltown hot spot as we experience the highs and lows of old Hollywood in A Star Is Born. In Seen It, we discuss Orient Expresses, Sacred Deer and a bear named Brigsby.
It’s bounty hunting time here in the basement as we dive head first into Sam Peckinpah’s bloody ode to violence, vengeance and good old fashioned head-chopping! In Seen It, our continued Oscar discussion features dark hours, swapped names and a very big sick.
You are cordially invited to the basement for a wedding. It’s big, it’s fat, it’s even Greek. The old leather couch has never been this festive. OPA! In Seen It, we talk Oscar contenders: graceful figure skaters, shocking billboards and shapely water.
We kick off Season 7 with literal kicking. If you’ve been looking for a movie where Tae Kwon Do meets Rock n Roll, then Miami Connection is the movie for you. You’ll be shouting “MY FATHER!” in no time. In Seen It, we go into the woods, experience happiness and end up on the waterfront. […]
As we put 2017 to bed, we reflect upon the past year of our show, share some new insights, induct some new Hall of Fame members and watch Wallace and Gromit: A Close Shave. Welcome To The Basement: better than a whole block of Wensleydale cheese. In Seen It, we give you a cross-dressing nanny, […]
You’d better watch out…you’d better not cry…you’d better SCREAM! Don’t you know Krampus is coming to town? The old leather couch is chilly and scary for our Christmas episode. In Seen It, we delve into Matt’s personal DVD collection where English photographers, French jewel thieves and tragic southern belles abound.