“Monkey Island” meets “Discworld” as Madhog and Devar revisit a beloved title from their childhood and try not to get consumed by the rose-tinted memories of gaming past… Which is a task made simpler by the bewildering presence of Arnold Rimmer from “Red Dwarf” in the role of a snarky 15 years old boy. Let the journey begin!
Terror! Suspense! Romance! Science! Compelling Dialogue! Emasculation! All of that and so much more in this classic 1950’s sci-fi schlock about the dangers of Martian Feminism!
Originally posted on YouTube on July 2014. This version has an improved audio commentary and includes the “unreleased” parody trailer.
Madhog and Devar stare unbelieving at the Misfit Unicorn (and her grossly undersized wings), wondering how did they get here and what’s the deal with Mickey Rooney leading a secret society of magical equines from beyond time and space. This show is something special…
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Podcast experts, Madhog T. Master and Devar A. Varron, celebrate Christmas (in September) by analyzing a timeless Chuck Jones’ TV special from 1978 starring everyone’s favourite Devil-possessed dolls, Raggedy Ann and Andy – along with some random dog. When Santa’s shop is threatened by Wile E. Coyote’s British cousin and his late-stage capitalist agenda, the two siblings must step in and try to stop him! Can they succeed? The answer is a resounding: “YEEEEEAAAAAASSSS!!!”
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Open the door. Get on the floor. Everybody PUNCH the dinosaur.
Felix must save his baseball team from a crushing defeat by making it rain… Literally.
Join Madhog and Devar as they drunkenly stumble through the well animated, abysmally scored, nigh unwatchable, 1977’s classic musical adventure that has the critics RAVING!!!
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Why does a chicken Chrono Cross the road?
Oh bother… It’s time to suffer.
It’s a western, a slasher flick, a sci-fi schlock and an entry level furry fanfiction all rolled into one, tonally dyslexic mess of a film! It’s Osamu Tezuka’s Daishizen no Majū Bagi and it’s coming right up your face!