#42 – Lacy & Dan Come For a Visit

 

Time Stamps

00:00 – 52:03 Antipasto w/ Lacy Lou & Dan Chase

52:04 – 1:41:39 The Sopranos S1E09 “Boca”

1:41:40 – 1:45:56 Smashing Pumpkins “Bullet With Butterfly Wings”

1:45:57 – 2:43:53 Pet (2016)

2:43:54 – 2:47:29 Harvey Danger “Flagpole Sitta”

2:47:30 – 3:38:43 We Go On (2017)

 

There’s an answer to be found within here. Your associates, Donnie Rings, Baby Joey, Big Bill and Terrible Tanya, escape capture and step into the afterlife with a bang as they discuss and dissect two deep and highly analytical offerings in their new episode. To do this, they recruit friends Dan Chase and Lacy Lou to help them break these down following a nice informative get-together with the first-time paisans, and when pressed with a stuffed Sopranos discussion featuring Dave Zee at the helm, the episode promises to be a darker journey than they expected.

#41 – A Quiet Episode

 

 

We can’t make a sound! Your associates, Donnie Rings, Baby Joey, Big Bill and Terrible Tanya decide to finally speak their first words with a loving look at two films involving a characters’ inability to make noise, first with a giallo styled effort in Mute Witness (1995), and then the newly released creature feature A Quiet Place (2018). As the family continues their Sopranos retrospective with Dave Zee and pass around a wild, loaded antipasto, this is an episode crying out for more noise from the group.

Time Stamps
00:00 – 28:24 Antipasto

28:25 – 1:21:44 The Sopranos S1E08 “The Legend of Tennessee Moltisanti”

1:21:45 – 1:29:05 Neil Young “Cortez the Killer”

1:29:06 – 2:08:47 Mute Witness (1995)

2:08:48 – 2:12:18 Neil Young “Harvest Moon”

2:12:19 – 3:00:53 A Quiet Place (2018)

#40 – If I Only Had a Sequel (Our Top 10)

 

 

 

You’ll never smother us with a pillow! Your associates, Donnie Rings, Baby Joey, Terrible Tanya and Big Bill, decide to return to their roots with a list episode, counting down the hosts’ choices for films that would make potentially enjoyable franchises. First, they spend some time with their buddy Dave Zee to recount the next episode of their Sopranos retrospective to make for a truly epic and engaging show, so let the countdown begin on this fine new episode.

Time Stamps

00:00 – 52:23 Introductions/Sopranos S1E07 “Down Neck”
52:24 – 57:01 Jefferson Airplane “White Rabbit” & “Volunteers”
57:02 – 2:08:05 If I Only Had a Sequel Top 10 through 6
2:08:06 – 2:11:07 Jefferson Airplane “Somebody to Love”
2:11:08 – 2:56:43 If I Only Had a Sequel Top 5 through 1

#39 – Patroni Speciale IV

 

 

Moohop! Haaalp! Easy there, fella, as your associates Donnie Rings, Baby Joey, Terrible Tanya and Big Bill are honoring the request of a beloved Patroni on their new episode to dive into a double-bill of picks tackling the work of one of Asian cinemas most brazen and challenging directorial duo. First, they look into a riotous monster flick and spread The Sopranos love with Dave Zee and special guest James “JMac” McCarthy from the defunct Slice and Dice Dreadcast to really help settle things. So be wary of youthful-looking mothers and psychotic hitmen in this grand new episode.

Time Stamps

[00:00] – [18:33] Introduction/Antipasto Raffle
[18:34] – [48:26] Thunder of Gigantic Serpent (1988)
[48:27] – [1:44:25] Sopranos S5E06 “Pax Sporana”
[1:44:36] – [1:48:35] “Cinta Matiku”
[1:48:36] – [2:18:10] Macabre (2009)
[2:18:11] – [2:21:55] “Air on the String”
[2:21:56] – [2:59:18] Killers (2014)

#38 – We Need To Talk About The Coherence Of Taking Shelter With Kevin… Or Phil Perron

 

 

There’s a storm blowing throughout here! Your usual associates, Donnie Rings, Baby Joey, Big Bill and Terrible Tanya, dive into a triple dose of dramatic selections provided by a long-time friend of the show, Philip Perron of Dark Discussions Podcast, as they go deep into the discussion on these topics. The master chef also schools the food-hungry paisans on a popular dish and helps them analyze these troubling films, along with their usual helping of The Sopranos discussion with Dave Zee (S1E05 “College”). So stay in the proper house as we need to talk about these pivotal movies.

 

Time Stamps:

Introduction/Welcome Phil [00:00] – [14:32]

Food Chat/Recipe “Chicken Madeira” [14:33] – [25:17]

We Need to Talk About Kevin (2011) [25:18] – [1:36:54]

The Sopranos S1E5 “College” [1:36:55] – [2:20:31]

Metallica “The Four Horseman” [2:20:32] – [2:27:14]

Coherence (2013) [2:27:15] – [3:21:42]

Metallica “Welcome Home (Sanitarium)” [3:21:43] – [3:27:42]

Take Shelter (2011) [3:27:43] – [4:28:38]

#37 – Patroni Speciale III & The Sopranos S1E04 (Meadowlands)

 

You gotta shoot them in the head! Your undead associates, Donnie Rings, Baby Joey, Big Bill and Terrible Tanya, celebrate a special double-bill of picks chosen by the Patroni on our Patreon by looking at several zombie picks given to us. As well as diving into yet another strong helping of The Sopranos love with Dave Zee, they also spread around the pasta plate with a big antipasti to shape themselves up for the splatter to come; so prepare yourselves in the finest body armor and check your blood-type in this messy new episode.

Time Stamps

[00:00] – [52:32] Intro/The Sopranos S1E04 “Meadowlands”

[52:33] – [56:02] Perry Como “Prisoner of Love”

[56:03] – [01:47:26] Night of the Living Dead (1990)

[1:47:27] – [1:50:23] KC & The Sunshine Band “Get Down Tonight”

[1:50:24] – [2:29:38] Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead (2014)

#36 – Battle of the Icons (Part II) w/ Newty

 

 

The time to dream is over! Your lovable associates, Donnie Rings, Big Bill, Baby Joey and Terrible Tanya return to Elm Street in this second part of their franchise retrospective on the Nightmare on Elm Street series. Like before, they invite Neil Lemoi from the NFW Podcast to help guide their dreams in this excursion, and as their nightmares become reality they finally tackle the Springwood Slasher head on. Welcome to Prime Time, everybody!


Time Stamps

[00:00] – [02:07] Intro

[02:08] – [34:22] Antipasto

[34:23] – [39:33] “Dream Warriors”

[39:34] – [02:17:33] Nightmare Franchise

[02:17:34] – [02:20:40] “Nightmare”

[02:20:41] – [03:03:55] The Golden Fedora Awards