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!
Listen here for semi-coherent ramblings.
Tim Burton movies have one of the most immediately recognizable visual styles in film which often create a memorable world where his weird quirky stories can be told. But sometimes his movies focus a little bit too much on the vibrant flashbacks and Ketchup blood which ultimately leaves them lacking in the “plot coherence” department. Depending on which member of GBBV you ask, Sleepy Hollow may be such a film.
Listen here if you still have your head
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.
We may actually be a little sorry about this episode, but… listen here.
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.
Listen hear to endure terribly dated 1990s jokes
Episode 21 begins a three part series where we look back on the bad movie of our youths. First up is the painfully Nineties movie Escape from L.A. This unnecessary sequel is basically the same movie as its 16 year predecessor Escape from New York, but is much much worse. Luckily the luscious hair of Kurt Russell makes the movie somewhat tolerable. But only just.
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This past weekend Max, James, and Ryan fulfilled a lifelong dream of seeing a live showing of The Room and also meeting the enigmatic Tommy Wiseau. It was an experience to say the least.
“What a Story GBBV”
For our 20th episode we go back to the movie that started it all and the beer that just happened to get caught up in the events leading to this podcast: Super Mario Bros. and Dragon’s Milk. There is a lot of iconic imagery associated with the Super Mario game series, but don’t worry if you haven’t played any of them as you won’t find any of it here. What you will find is a lot of head scratching and the question: “Why?”
Trust the fungus and listen here