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Scaaaaaaaary!

Scaaaaaaaary!

Goodness gracious! The yearly tradition is here again, as Best of the Best presents the Spooktacular 2016! A wonderful mix of technology fear, AI uprisings and delicious Nabisco products. Everyone should listen and try not to pee your pants with such a bone-chilling tale about the one man who stands between peace and a nuclear war. You know, light-hearted stuff compared to what’s going on in the world now. Listen in by clicking here and let us know what you think, if you wouldn’t mind.

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This drawing is ALSO made of cocaine.

This drawing is ALSO made of cocaine.

Cocaine is no joke. But, cocaine addiction? A laugh riot, apparently. Andrew and Mark look into the white stuff via the 1983 made-for-TV movie, “Cocaine: One Man’s Seduction.” And despite all odds, things turn out pretty okay for the addict in this story. Listen in by clicking here and let us know what you think, if you wouldn’t mind.

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Gotta be honest: This movie is longer than 44 minutes.

Gotta be honest: This movie is longer than 44 minutes.

This week on TV Movie Night, Mark and Andrew dig into ripped from the headlines film, “44 Minutes: The North Hollywood Shootout.” Enjoy as Michael Madsen growls and grumbles about getting those dirtbag bank robbers for a full 90 minutes. Also, watch as Mario Van Peebles preaches the gospel in the midst of a LAPD shootout. You know, normal stuff. Listen in by clicking here and let us know what you think, if you wouldn’t mind.

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Tony Danza, please speak up!

Tony Danza, please speak up!

Everyone is going to have to be very quiet, because you’ll need to pay attention to all these deadly whispers on TV Movie Night. Mark and Andrew get right in each others’ ears and watch CBS’ “Deadly Whisper,” starring Tony Danza and his “Streetcar Named Desire” Southern accent. Also, Pamela Reed is there, too. And a dead daughter, as well. Listen in by clicking here and let us know what you think, if you wouldn’t mind.

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G-g-g-g-ghost!

G-g-g-g-ghost!

Ghosts are everywhere and we run into one in this week’s movie on TV Movie Night! Ernest Borgnine starts in “The Ghost of Flight 401,” a spooky in-flight shlockfest, coupled with all the best ads the late 70s can provide. Andrew and Mark decide that busting makes us feel good as they dig in to this “Jet-age ghost story.” Listen in by clicking here and let us know what you think, if you wouldn’t mind.

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Uh, it's a BLUE light, not an ORANGE light, box art. Get it right, or pay the price.

Uh, it’s a BLUE light, not an ORANGE light, box art. Get it right, or pay the price.

We’ve got construction coming up and those idiots at the home office sent over a Killdozer, instead of the backhoe and driller we asked for. But, we’ve got to get this thing done, so we’ll be strapping in with Killdozer this week on TV Movie Night. Andrew and Mark experience the B-movie madness of a mysteriously controlled piece of construction equipment, all while finding parallels between killer bulldozers and the Nixon White House. Oh, and we welcome Baby Killdozer into the world and look forward to their next appearance on this very podcast. Listen in by clicking here and let us know what you think, if you wouldn’t mind.

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