Gold Diggers is a 2003 movie that marks one of the many teen comedies put under the National Lampoon's brand. It stars Chris "The Sherminator" Owen and Will "Eric Matthews from Boy Meets World" Friedle with Renee "Fran Fine's mother in the Nanny" Taylor and is directed by Gary Preisler, who never directed another film. It ran in cinemas for one week.

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We lost this episode then found it again in way worse quality. With guest Putri McMurray, we talked about 2002's live action Italian version of Pinocchio, directed by and starring Roberto Benigni. Sorry for how bad the audio is, feel free to skip this one.

The boys go off the official list to hold their first ever live show, at the 5th anniversary screening of indie oz-zom-com "Me and My Mates vs the Zombie Apocalypse" in Canberra. With special guest Dan Sanguineti, producer of the movie.

This film stars Alex Williamson, Jim Jefferies, Greg Fleet, Adele Vuko and Andy Trieu and may or may not have been written/directed by Declan from the podcast. It's about three telecom tradesman hiding out in a telephone exchange during the onset of the zombie apocalypse.

This episode is extra long and our last one for 2020. We get to the live stuff about 45 minutes in. The rest of it is us talking about ghosts, Anthony Callea and zombies.

Aussies, watch Mates vs Zombies on Vimeo or on DVD (get the one with the red cover) or iTunes.

Americans, watch it on iTunes or DVD or Amazon Prime

Brits, watch it on iTunes or DVD or Amazon Video

Or you can watch it on YouTube with Indonesian subtitles for free :(

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The gang refuse to subject a guest to Merci Docteur Rey (2002), a comedic French film about a gay man trying to find the killer of his estranged father.

This marks the first potato that the boys all watched together and then recorded the podcast immediately after. Written and directed by Andrew Litvack.

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Scott Owen from legendary rock band The Living End joins the gang via mobile phone to talk through Adam Sandler's first Netflix movie "The Ridiculous 6" (2015) - A comedy western about 6 half-brothers who find out their father is a notorious robber.

The brothers are played by Rob Schneider, Terry Crews, Luke Wilson, Jorge Garcia and Taylor Lautner. The father is played by Nick Nolte. There are also appearances by Will Forte, Steve Buscemi, Harvey Keitel, Jon Lovitz, David Spade, John Tuturro and Vanilla Ice.

As we veer off the 0% list to satiate our first return guest, filmmaker Michael Shanks (NOT the actor from Stargate) convinces us to watch a film with 16% positive reviews.

Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst writes and directs this... thriller? The Fanatic (2019) stars John Travolta as an on-the-spectrum super-fan who breaks bad and stalks a B-list actor with bloody consequences. It's kinda like Joker, Taxi Driver, and that Eminem song Stan...

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Kay Ansah AKA Citizen Kay - Canberra rapper and producer - let us into his studio to talk about 2000's LA street comedy 3 Strikes.

Written and directed by famed hip-hop producer DJ Pooh, who also co-wrote Friday and directed The Wash with Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg, this potato tells the story of Rob who has 2 strikes on his criminal record - and 3 strikes now means 25 to life. Leaving prison, he's picked up in a stolen car later stopped by the police. Can he prove his innocence before he's caught? 

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The potato boiz take a break from talking movies to talk about other things; lawsuits, actors, and movies.

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Michelle Brasier (Aunty Donna, Mad as Hell) joins the gang to talk about 2002's erotic thriller Killing Me Softly starring Heather Graham (Austin Powers) and Joseph Fiennes (Shakespeare in Love).

There's also an appearance from Ronan Vibert who looks exactly like a short-haired Alan Rickman.

It's a very horny and somewhat problematic film, but if you like nudity and passionate sex, ice-climbing and fish-murdering, you might like this.

Directed by famed-Chinese director and Palme d'Or winner Kaige Chen.

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17. Derailed

In this episode, the OG (old geezers) get back on the list to discuss the 2002 direct-to-DVD Jean-Claude Van Damme "bioweapons on a train" movie Derailed. And its mysterious end credits song.

They also discuss how much money they'd need to be paid to break a finger, the discography of Aussie punk/rockabilly band The Living End and Australian TV commercials from the 2000s, with a particular focus on Kellogg's Nutri-Grain.

This episode breaks our rule of "don't make the podcast episode longer than the movie."

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