When you’re in a grim post-apocalyptic world and you need a bodyguard who can do the splits, look no further than Jean-Claude Van Damme in 1989’s Cyborg. As JCVD treks across the outskirts of what we assume is Pittsburgh we drink Bell’s Expedition Stout before the weather gets too warm for dark heavy beer.
We’ve actively been avoiding Adam Sandler movies as even we have our limits, but 2015’s Pixels was too enticing not watch for the podcast. Only once though, which means the return of Good Brews Blind Views where Max, James, and Ryan are going in without knowing what lies in store for this movie.
In this episode we take a step out of our 1990s adaptation comfort zone and into the dreaded genre known as Romantic Comedies. At the suggestion of our guest for this episode Katy, we delve into a movie about one of the worst holidays: Valentine’s Day. Tremble at the ensemble of noteworthy actors who star in this obvious date-night movie! Ponder at whether or not George Lopez’s character actually exists or is a figment of Ashton Kutcher’s imagination! And maybe give a few honest chuckles whenever Queen Latifah is on screen.
No one really expected Good Brews Bad Views to make it to 25 episodes, so for the monumental episode Max, James, and Ryan sit down and talk about how this boozy bad movie podcast has gone so far and what the future holds for GBBV.
This episode’s beer is from our friends at Bell’s Brewery. Thanks Bell’s!
We conclude our 3-part series on terrible movies from our childhood with the 1994 live action Double Dragon adaptation. Packed with bad puns, terrible special effects, a culturally appropriating villainous Robert Patrick, and some utterly bizarre cameos, Double Dragon may be the worst movie we’ve done on the podcast so far.
Continuing the Bad Movies from our Youth and Terrible Third Installments series is Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III. This time featuring time travel to feudal Japan, this movie sadly is nowhere near as cherished as the time traveling video game. What it does feature is a much more interesting story that mostly happens off screen sadly.