Episodes

Episode 278 - End of Days  
On this week's episode, the gang goes to Hell with Arnold & Gabriel Byrne in the ridiculous paranormal action movie, End of Days! What's with that breakfast Arnie blends? Can the Devil fart grenades? And who saw that Udo Kier death coming? PLUS: Darren McGavin is resurrected to play his classic character one last time in the new F/X series, Kolchak: The Nut Stalker!

End of Days stars Arnold Schwarzenegger, Gabriel Byrne, Robin Tunney, Kevin Pollak, CCH Pounder, and Udo Kier; directed by Peter Hyams.

Episode 277 - Surviving the Game  
On this week's episode, the gang welcomes a We Love Movies title as they talk about Ernest Dickerson's Surviving the Game! What's the cannibalism situation here? How did they allow Busey's character to get killed off so quickly? And what's with that trophy room? PLUS: Coming to NBC this Fall—it's the new hit comedy, Grave Diggers!

Surviving the Game stars Ice-T, Rutger Hauer, Charles S. Dutton, Gary Busey, John C. McGinley, and F. Murray Abraham; directed by Ernest Dickerson.

WHM Mail Bag - Hurricane Late Fees, Parking Lot Hitchhikers, and Movie Theater Perverts  

On this month's WHM Mail Bag, the guys read letters about insane Blockbuster Video late fee policies, creepy multiplex parking lot hitchhikers, one totally insane X-Men marathon, and a creepy dude getting creepy in the wrong kind of movie theater. PLUS: Chris Cabin—total babe.

If you want your questions answered, or your weird/creepy stories read on the air, write in to the Mail Bag: weallhatemovies@gmail.com!

Episode 276 - Suburban Commando: Live! at the Hollywood Improv  
On this special Thanksgiving edition of WHM, the gang gives thanks for jokes by releasing a special live show—the first of two shows taped at the LA Podfest Preview Night—it's Suburban Commando: Live! at the Hollywood Improv! Recorded in front of a sold-out crowd, the gang weighs in on such important Suburban Commando matters like: why is Shep Ramsey offered a vacation after killing the space president? What kinds of artistic decisions was the Hulkster, as executive producer, making on set? And is Christopher Lloyd doing Hulk Hogan cosplay? PLUS: What's going on with this alien's genitalia?

Suburban Commando stars Hulk Hogan, Christopher Lloyd, Shelley Duvall, Larry Miller, and Mark Calaway; directed by Burt Kennedy.

Episode 275 - The Happening  
This week, the guys welcome Justin J. Case back to the show to discuss the ridiculous nature disaster film, The Happening! How did Night think Marky Mark would make a believable science teacher? What's with Leguizamo's character letting that wedding secret slip? And seriously guys, what's happening to all the bees? PLUS: An extended—and we mean extended—conversation about hot dogs.

The Happening stars Mark Wahlberg, Zooey Deschanel, John Leguizamo, Alan Ruck, and Frank Collison as the Hot Dog Guy; directed by M. Night Shyamalan.

Episode 274 - Fantastic Four (2005)  
On this week's episode, the gang targets the second of three times the Fantastic Four has been "introduced" to film audiences when they chat about 2005's Fantastic Four! What is with the random nature of that cosmic storm? How do you not film a launch sequence when you send all main characters into space? And what's going on with the Thing's... ya know? PLUS: The guys create what will soon become the most popular comic book character of all time, who will then go on to be played by Bruce Dern in the film adaptation.

Fantastic Four stars Ioan Gruffudd, Jessica Alba, Chris Evans, Michael Chiklis, Kerry Washington, and Julian McMahon; directed by Tim Story.

WHM On-Screen: Doctor Strange  
On this On-Screen episode, the guys welcome back good friend, Justin J. Case, to chat about the latest—and greatest?—Marvel movie, Doctor Strange! Credit where credit's due, this run time is amazing! How do they rate Benedict Cumberbatch's American accent? And what's with these lazy stingers? PLUS: Stan Lee almost catches Steve Ditko with his rake!

 

Doctor Strange stars Benedict Cumberbatch, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Rachel McAdams, Benedict Wong, Mads Mikkelsen, Benjamin Bratt, Michael Stuhlbarg, and Tilda Swinton; directed by Scott Derrickson.
Episode 273 - Don't Tell Her It's Me  
On this week's show, the gang goes back to Rom-com Land to talk about the totally insane, and genuinely creepy, Don't Tell Her It's Me! Also known as The Boyfriend School, the gang tears apart the film by asking such questions as: what's with the wardrobe at this romance novel convention? Why did Guttenberg's character pick the mullet? And does the creator of Ziggy have a case here? PLUS: Is that picture of the fat twins on motorcycles one of the greatest photos of the twentieth century?

Don't Tell Her It's Me stars Steve Gutenberg, Shelley Long, Jami Gertz, Kyle MacLachlan, and Mädchen Amick; directed by Malcolm Mowbray.

Episode 272 - Ghosts Can't Do It  
On this week's episode, the gang finds themselves stuck in a strange realm somewhere between the Halloween Spooktacular, A Side Order of Sleaze, and the closest they'll come to an election special, with the totally disgusting and ridiculous, Ghosts Can't Do It! What is with the way they're filming Anthony Quinn as a ghost? Is Bo Derek's character a Stockholm Syndrome-suffering hostage? And is that really Donald Trump? PLUS: In an alternate timeline, Donald Trump loses the election to the dancing chicken from Werner Herzog's Stroszek, who also happens to be a member of the Communist party.

Ghosts Can't Do It stars Bo Derek, Anthony Quinn, Don Murray, Julie Newmar, and Donald Trump; allegedly directed by John Derek.

WHM On-Screen: Ranking the "Halloween" Franchise  
Happy Halloween!

On this special WHM On-Screen, the gang chats about the entire Halloween franchise and ranks each film! Where do the guys put Halloween III: Season of the Witch? What is the worst sequel? And what about those Hellbilly Zombie movies?

Coming 2017: The Elm Street franchise?

Cover Art by Felipe Sobreiro

WHM Mail Bag - WHM Origins, Break-up Recovery Films, and The Absolute Worst Way to Ruin Blade II for Someone  
On this month's WHM Mail Bag, the guys reveal some WHM origin stories, recommend their favorite post-break-up recovery films, read a story about abhorrent films to watch with your parents, and find out the absolute worst way one human being can ruin Blade II for another. PLUS: Hamster man a-comin'!

If you want your questions answered on the air, or have some crazy issues you need us to help you work through on the air, write in to the mail bag: weallhatemovies@gmail.com!

Cover art by: Felipe Sobreiro

Episode 271 - Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation  
On this week's episode, the gang concludes their Halloween Spooktacular by heading back into Franchise Town by discussing the insane sequel, Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation! What's with the bionic leg McConaughey's sporting here? How many times are we playing that flashbulb drop? And are you kidding with that drive-thru pizza?!? PLUS: Leatherface and the Sawyers need to stop the rich jerks from buying the slaughterhouse and turning it into a country club!

Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation stars Renée Zellweger, Matthew McConaughey, Robert Jacks, Toni Perensky, and James Gale as Mr. Rothman; directed by Kim Henkel.

Episode 270 - Ernest Scared Stupid  
On this week's episode, the Halloween Spooktacular gets a hot stupidity injection as the gang chats about the final franchise entry to be released theatrically, Ernest Scared Stupid! Why aren't these parents doing more to keep their children away from Ernest? How is Ernest the only sanitation worker in this entire town? And what's with all the child kidnapping and peril in a supposedly family-friendly film? PLUS: A furniture malfunction sidetracks the guys for a few Dom Deluise-laugh-inducing seconds.

Ernest Scared Stupid stars Jim Varney, Eartha Kitt, Austin Nagler, Shay Astar, and Jonas Moscartolo; directed by John Cherry.

Episode 269 - Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers  
On this week's terrifying episode, the gang dives deeper into the Halloween Spooktacular as they take a look at the wretched sequel, Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers! Look how terrible this mask is! Is Michael Myers the only movie monster that can drive a van? And who's responsible for cleaning up that bloody bus station?! PLUS: Several wishy-washy Donald Pleasence impressions!

Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers stars Donald Pleasence, Paul Rudd, Marianne Hagan, Mitchell Ryan, Kim Darby, and George P. Wilbur as The Shape; directed by Joe Chappelle.

And be sure to catch us at the Jacob Burns Film Center on October 21st as we talk over the cult classic Death Spa as part of the third annual Halloween Movie Marathon! Get your tickets before noon on 10/12 to receive an early bird discount on your marathon pass! Other films screened that night are: Phantasm, Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, Jigoku, The Greasy Strangler, a totally twisted preview right out of the Sundance Film Festival, and more!

Episode 268 - Pet Sematary II  
On this week's episode, Chris Cabin makes his grand return just in time to kick off the 2016 Halloween Spooktacular as the gang riffs on the direct-to-video Pet Sematary II! Why did we need this stupid fake movie fake-out? What's with Clancy Brown's behavior at that funeral? And why does Eddie Furlong briefly become a villain? PLUS: Do NOT take your pet to Anthony Edwards' veterinary clinic!

Pet Sematary II stars Edward Furlong, Clancy Brown, Anthony Edwards, Lisa Waltz, Jared Rushton, Jason McGuire, and Sarah Trigger; directed by Mary Lambert.

And don't forget, gang, we've got some brand new merch available, so head on over to our Tee Public shop to check out the latest designs!

WHM Mail Bag - Theater Walkouts, Haneke High School and Movie Theater Parking Lot Sex  
On the first WHM Mail Bag of season seven, the gang chats about what films they've walked out of, checked-out teachers showing their students the original Funny Games, projection booth flubs, horrendous Pittsburgh Batman fans, and listeners spotting people having sex in movie theater parking lots.

If you have questions for the gang, or want your crazy/wild/weird/embarrassing/gross stories read on the air, write into the mail bag: weallhatemovies@gmail.com!

And take a look at the great new WHM Mail Bag cover art, designed by friend of the show, the incredibly talented, Felipe Sobreiro!

Episode 267 - Hollow Man  
On this week's episode, the gang puts on their heat vision goggles to spy on Kevin Bacon in Hollow Man! What's with all this Nobel Prize talk? How does being invisible make him as strong as Jason Voorhees? And is that scientist looking at pornography at work? PLUS: Meeeeeeeeeeeeme watch!

Hollow Man stars Kevin Bacon, Elisabeth Shue, Josh Brolin, Kim Dickens, Greg Grunberg, Joey Slotnick, William Devane, and Rhona Mitra; directed by Paul Verhoeven.

Episode 266 - Anaconda  
On this week's episode, the gang decides to tackle one of the most infamous "bad" movies out there: Anaconda! How do you have a scroll with no narration outside of Star Wars? What's with that Danny Trejo suicide? And what in the world is Jon Voight doing with that accent? PLUS: Welcome to Slithers, the latest location in WHM's stable of fake drinking establishments!

Anaconda stars Jennifer Lopez, Jon Voight, Ice Cube, Eric Stoltz, Kari Wuhrer, Owen Wilson, and the great Frank Welker as the snake noises or something; directed by Luis Llosa.

Episode 265 - The Substitute 2: School's Out  
On this week's episode, the gang goes back to school with Treat Williams in, The Substitute 2: School's Out! Is he really bringing luggage to a funeral? How many mercenaries retire to become teachers? And is that janitor living in the school's boiler room? PLUS: Rudy Giuliani goes for The Dip.

The Substitute 2: School's Out stars Treat Williams, Christopher Cousins, Susan May Pratt, and BD Wong; directed by Steven Pearl.

Episode 264 - The Amazing Spider-Man 2  
On the sooner-than-expected return of We Hate Movies the gang gathers back together early to chat about The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (and also to plug their newly added second show at the Hollywood Improv)! Why do we need to see so much Campbell Scott: Super Spy? Why bother cramming The Rhino into this already crowded mess? And are we really ripping off the Christopher Nolan Batman movies this much? PLUS: Stan Lee lights a jay and steals tons of other people's ideas!

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 stars Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Jamie Foxx, Dane DeHaan, Colm Feore, Felicity Jones, Paul Giamatti, Sally Field, Embeth Davidtz, and Campbell Scott; directed by Marc Webb.

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