It may not be “Devil’s Night” but it’s just as good a night as any to strap into the old leather couch and watch an undead killing machine wreak his vengeance. It is time for The Crow. In Seen It, the theme is crime: Muppet capers, Perdition roads and a not-at-all nice fellow named Zodiac. […]
Take a trip back in time with to old New York in the roaring twenties, when a weirdo with glasses ran around causing all kinds of havoc. His name is Harold Lloyd and the movie’s name is Speedy. In Seen It, we spend a few hours with Cleo, cool our hands with Luke and hear […]
Today the old leather couch will be your “best friend” as we delight in the music, magic and matrimony of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. (Diamonds optional) In Seen It, we discuss musicals: days nights that are hard, treasure seeking muppets and a whole lot of hairspray.
Come join us in the brightly lit, dystopian future of Terry Gilliam as we attempt to solve The Zero Theorem. In Seen It, we discuss prosecuting witnesses, women who are small and Joe and his enemy, a volcano.
Two virus-free friends get together to celebrate the 200th episode of Welcome To The Basement. Travel with us to the future (past) for adventure with Yor Hunter of the Future (past)! In Seen It we talk Sci-fi: killer birds, avenging heroes and the ninth war of the stars.
Cartoon June continues with…clay. It may not be cartoons, but it is animation and it is also the poultry-based jailbreak movie, Chicken Run. Join us on the old leather couch for a little escape. In Seen It, we discuss moves in the night, men of rockets and an unfunny movie about a comedian. […]
We kick off Cartoon June with a young boy’s trippy journey of discover, set to the music of Harry Nilsson. It’s The Point! Come join us on the old leather couch to find out just what the point happens to be. In Seen It, we watch DVDs sent to us by our viewers: wolf kids, […]
Today is no ordinary day here in the basement. It is The Day of the Dolphin, a day when dolphins can talk…and kill! In Seen It, we discuss a talking street, a writer in misery and the musical train wreck that is Cats.