Months ago we recorded this "bonus" episode of absolute trash for a Patreon we don't have.

We held onto it until a time when we didn't have any new episodes ready. 

Now it is time to release it.

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Comedian and TV personality Concetta Caristo joins the gang talk about the 2016 remake of Eli Roth's independent horror hit Cabin Fever.

Released 14 years after the 2002 original, it found itself on the 0% list. At its core, its a gory violent horror film about 5 friends going to a cabin in the woods and succumbing to a flesh-eating virus. They virtually used Roth's original script and our recommendation is go watch the original, which is offensive and outdated, but still better.

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And listen to Concetta's podcast Big Natural Talents.

Joining the gang on this episode, from a Brisbane balcony surrounded by birds during hotel quarantine, is Reuben Styles from platinum selling Peking Duk and his latest outfit Y.O.G.A (You're Only Great Always).

In this episode, we covered 2009's Stolen, starring Mad Men's Jon Hamm with a goofy haircut, Josh Lucas and Dawson's Creek's James Van Der Beek with appearances from Rhona Mitra, Jessica Chastain and Morena Baccarin.

It is not to be confused with the 2012 Stolen also starring Josh Lucas and Nic Cage.

Logline: A detective deals with the loss of his own son while trying to uncover the identity of a boy whose mummified remains are found in a box buried for fifty years.

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In completion of her redemption arc, Putri McMurray joins us to talk through the latest 0% from our trusty bible: A Thousand Words (2012) starring Eddie Murphy, written by Steve Koren ('Click' and 'Jack & Jill')and directed by Brian Robbins (who also made Eddie Murphy movies Norbit and Meet Dave).

This movie takes Eddie Murphy's skill in saying funny things and asks the question, what if every word he said brought him closer to death? It was also filmed in 2008, around the time of The Love Guru and also involves a holistic healer character, but not played by Mike Myers.

We recorded this shortly after the 20th anniversary of 9/11, so that was weighing heavily on our minds.

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In a special double-movie episode, the OG crew reunite to talk through 2010's 0% CGI, rat-Nazi extravaganza 'The Nutcracker: The Untold Story (in 3D)' as well as the new Space Jam movie starring LeBron James.

What do you need to know? The Nutcracker movie stars a young Elle Fanning and also Nathan Lane  as Albert Einstein, and it's based on a Russian ballet. It's kind of like Alice in Wonderland and the Narnia Chronicles, like The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe.

And Space Jam 2 is the Looney Tunes and LeBron, with cameos from every Warner Bros property they own.

We also do an update on how far through the list we are.

One of these movies gets ONE recommend from our four movie-buff genius hosts. You'll never guess which one!

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In this special bonus lockdown episode, Declan and Hayden catch up without the knowledge or permission of the rest of the gang.

On this episode of Australia's toughest podcast, the gang tackle 2009's Transylmania (AKA College Vampires) a college-based teen sex comedy, with a buttload of vampire stuff. Directed by David and Scott Hillebrand and starring a lot of 30 year olds playing college kids, this movie features an animated opening credits sequence and a song by The Darkness.

Morgan was away on special COVID duties, so we brought in comedian, television personality and podcaster Bec Charlwood - host of the Ladies Guide to Dude Cinema podcast. It turns out, contrary to what you've all heard, Bec is really nice and cool, so follow her on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter.

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In this episode, the Potato Crew cover the Halle Berry 2012 shark movie Dark Tide.

directed by John Stockwell, the guy who also directed water-based movies like Into the Blue with Paul Walker (RIP) & Blue Crush.

We're joined on Skype by special guest Benjamin Stevenson, one half of twin-brother comedy duo The Stevenson Experience (who recently performed opening night at the Melbourne Comedy Fest All Stars show!) and published crime fiction author!

His latest projects are Either Side of Midnight and the Audible original novella Find Us (free on Audible for subscribers).

Follow the Stevenson experience on Facebook and Instagram. They also have a podcast called Effed Up Families.

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After Misha Barton left The O.C, she found herself in "horror" films like Homecoming (2009), directed by Morgan J. Freeman (not to be confused with Morgan Freeman the actor everyone knows).

Follow our guest comedian Frankie McNair on Twitter, instagram, facebook and listen to her podcast Worst Gigs.

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After hosting this podcast for 18 months, the boys talk through their experiences on making the show, their favourite guests, movies, lawsuits and how they've dealt with the fame the show has brought. Part 2 of 2.

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