We're baaaack! Did you miss us? The Medieval Times Hospital we were in last week just didn't have good enough wi-fi for a podcast... Sorry! But the good news is we're alive and kicking - some of us are even kicking from inside the womb now! Yes, the baby officially has ears and can hear us as we rattle on about this week's movies - The Vow and the little-known Defending Your Life. Just don't let the baby hear what this podcast is really all about (murder, office whore-ery, purgatory, love flatulence, apathetic amnesia and Candace Cameron Bure) and we'll be just fine. So please enjoy this week's podcast - but only if you're a "good person." If you're not.... Krissy will see you at the office soon. Rated PG-16(ish)!
Archive for February 2012
The power of LANDIS compels you! Yes, it's a Landis family double feature this week as we watch our first movie of 2012 in the theaters, Chronicle (written by Max Landis) and pair it with Krissy's first John Belushi movie EVER, 1978's Animal House (directed by Max's dad, John Landis). And between grumbling about jobs, exhaustion, lack of sleep, pregnancy brain, etc., we discuss moving things with our minds, the suspension-of-disbelief-a-meter, rainbows and third-world countries, flying pitstops, filthy fraternities, Eddie Murphy and the Knights and much much more! We're practically moving your finger to push play right now...WITH OUR MINDS!!!!!! Rated PG-15!
BREAKING NEWS! The So I Married a Movie Geek foray into Director's Month is being abbreviated - cut short! ended! sayonara! - to make room for an important announcement and subsequent podcast... Whatever could it be? Are J and K moving to the Ukraine, becoming gypsies and hiring Maggie as their manager?? No. But we promise the news and ensuing discussion are pretty EPIC. And by epic, we definitely mean 'crazy' and 'all over the place.' Parenthood and Hugh Grant's Nine Months make for some good in-between conversation, but really, this podcast is all about US. Because we are VERY ATTRACTIVE and PEOPLE CARE ABOUT US!!!!!! ...Or so we have deluded ourselves to believe. This podcast is rated PG-13!