Episodes

Episode 294 - Power Rangers  
On a very special episode, the gang interrupts their originally scheduled programming to bring you a recap of the absolutely ridiculous—but somehow watchable—new reboot, Power Rangers! A perfect entry point for a #trypod recommendation, this week's episode asks the hard questions like: Why does everything have to look so dark and shitty? Who thought autism was a great device to play for laughs? And where the hell are Bulk and Skull?!? PLUS: Alex Jones eulogizes a friend while Gallagher loses out on ANOTHER role!

Power Rangers stars Dacre Montgomery, Naomi Scott, RJ Cyler, Ludi Lin, Becky G., and, somehow, Bryan Cranston, Elizabeth Banks, and Bill Hader; directed by Dean Israelite.

Episode 293 - Ultraviolet  
On this week's episode, the gang fights tooth and nail to talk about the absolutely wretched "film," Ultraviolet! What's the story here—are they vampires, or what? What's with the script using the word "huh" so many times so rapidly? And what on Earth brought Stephen from Charlotte to see this movie in the theater?!? PLUS: A fake heist film where a bunch of Heat-like criminals rob a sperm bank. The title of which is... Unfortunate.

Ultraviolet stars Milla Jovovich, William Fichtner, Cameron Bright, and Nick Chinlund; "directed" by Kurt Wimmer.

Episode 292 - Highlander III: The Final Dimension  
On this week's episode, Listener Request Month continues with a terrifying anonymous call requesting, Highlander III: The Final Dimension a.k.a. Highlander 3: The Final Conflict a.k.a. Highlander III: The Sorcerer! Marvel as this film totally retcons out Highlander II: The Quickening without a care! Behold Mario Van Peebles' pierced nipples and... other parts! Avert your eyes as Christopher Lambert and Deobrah Kara Unger film not one, but two intense, totally unnecessary, sex scenes! PLUS: Highlander Captain Cragen!

Highlander III: The Final Dimension stars Christopher Lambert, Deborah Kara Unger, Mario Van Peebles, and Mako; directed by Andrew Morahan.

Families with Bad Taste, Irrational Fears of Yoda, and Dudes Who Love "Grown Ups 2"  
On this month's Mail Bag, the guys read letters from folks who have family with bad movie taste, irrational fears of Master Yoda, dated dudes who love Grown Ups 2, caught folks pleasuring themselves to other Sandler films, sexy-looking parents, and more!

If you have questions for the gang, or want you weird stories read on the air, write in to the Mail Bag: weallhatemovies@gmail.com!

Episode 291 - The Last Airbender  
On this week's episode, the 2017 Listener Request Month kicks off with the totally wretched M. Night Shyamalan disaster, The Last Airbender! Making it the fourth time one of Night's films has made it onto the show, this train wreck brings up questions like: couldn't they find a single big name celebrity to appear in the film in any capacity? Why didn't they try and step up the violence? And what in the WORLD is with all the white people? PLUS: Who has, and has not, won a BAFTA—and what they did with it.

The Last Airbender stars Noah Ringer, Dev Patel, Nicola Peltz, Jackson Rathbone, Shaun Toub, Aasif Mandvi, and Cliff Curtis; directed by M. Night Shyamalan.

Episode 290 - Tango & Cash  
On this week's episode, the gang has a long-overdue conversation about the ridiculous 1989 action comedy, Tango & Cash! Was Jack Palance wilder here or in Batman? What's with Brion James' horrendous accent? And why did that bartender have those drum sticks? PLUS: A fake Kurt Russell podcast that could turn into a real Kurt Russell podcast!

Tango & Cash stars Kurt Russell, Sylvester Stallone, Jack Palance, Teri Hatcher, Brion James, and the great James Hong; directed by Andrey Konchalovskiy.

WHM On-Screen: The 89th Academy Awards  


On a very special WHM On-Screen, the fellas gather 'round to chat about the upcoming Academy Awards ceremony. The 89th of its kind, the ceremony will be broadcast live this Sunday at 8:30pm Eastern on ABC. Topics covered on this episode include: "Where's Amy Adams," "The Awfulness of Florence Foster Jenkins," "Racist Mel Gibson," and, you guessed it, "Frank Stallone!"

Does anybody have an ETA on Nicholson?

Episode 289 - Retroactive  
On this week's episode, the gang welcomes favorite show punching bag, Jim Belushi, back with 1997's ridiculous time loop thriller, Retroactive! What's with Jim Belushi's terrible accent? How is this experiment so poorly guarded by the government? And was that Olympic-themed Lucky Charms? PLUS: Mrs. Doubtfire travels through time!

Retroactive stars Jim Belushi, Kylie Travis, Shannon Whirry, Frank Whaley, and the great M. Emmet Walsh; directed by Louis Morneau.

And don't forget about our upcoming live dates in Brooklyn, Atlanta and Portland!

Episode 288 - My Father the Hero  
On this week's episode, the gang gets grossed out by the 1994 daddy-daughter comedy, My Father the Hero! Couldn't the production have given Gérard a better haircut and nicer fitting clothes? How are we supposed to feel anything for this cold-blooded ice monster that Katherine Heigl plays? And how did we not get any more Tobo in this stinker? PLUS: Our greatest fake movie yet, Fat Spies!

My Father the Hero stars Gérard Depardieu, Katherine Heigl, Dalton James, Lauren Hutton, Faith Prince, Ann Hearn, and the great Stephen Tobolowsky; directed by Steve Miner.

Episode 287 - Bee Movie  
On this week's episode, the guys finally get around to tackling the poorly animated, poorly written, poorly acted, Bee Movie! Why have human bee-ings in this movie at all? What's with all the bee-related sexual innuendo? And really, honestly, why was this movie even made? PLUS: Bee puns until the cows come home!

Bee Movie stars Jerry Seinfeld, Renée Zellweger, Matthew Broderick, Patrick Warburton, John Goodman, Chris Rock, Kathy Bates, Barry Levinson, Larry King, Ray Liotta, Sting, Oprah Winfrey, Larry Miller, Megan Mullally, and Rip Torn; directed by Steve Hickner & Simon J. Smith.

WHM Mail Bag - Potentially Lethal Duck Movies, Cinematic Conspiracy Theories, and Confirmation on Amy Adams' Niceness  
On this month's Mail Bag, the guys read letters about cinematic conspiracy theories, Amy Adams being pleasant at a coffee shop, someone almost dying watching Howard the Duck, phony film professors, Thomas Haden Church crushing children's dreams, and much more!

If you want your weird stories read on the air, or have burning questions for the gang, write in to the Mail Bag: weallhatemovies@gmail.com!

Episode 286 - Independence Day: Resurgence  
On the final (Some of the) Worst of 2016 episode, the guys tackle the total who-was-asking-for-this sequel, Independence Day: Resurgence! Why does the CGI look so terrible in this major blockbuster? Why did we need to squeeze back in the characters played by Vivica A. Fox and Judd Hirsch? And are we really aping Aliens this much? PLUS: This film officially dethrones Super Mario Bros. for having the absolute most audacious sequel setup in film history!

Independence Day: Resurgence stars Jeff Goldblum, Liam Hemsworth, Jessie T. Usher, Bill Pullman, Maika Monroe, Sela Ward, William Fichtner, Judd Hirsch, Charlotte Gainsbourg, and Brent Spiner; directed by Roland Emmerich.

Episode 285 - Gods of Egypt  
This week on the show, the guys chat about the silly, gold-bleeding, CGI dump, Gods of Egypt! Why was it so hard to cast even one Egyptian actor in a lead role here? What's with all that gold blood? And who thought that this human/god height difference idea was so cool? PLUS: Until he lost his eye, Peter Falk was totally an animorph!

Gods of Egypt stars Brenton Thwaites, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Gerard Butler, Bryan Brown, Chadwick Boseman, Elodie Yung, Courtney Eaton, and Geoffrey Rush; directed by Alex Proyas.

Episode 284 - Suicide Squad  
This week on the show, our (Some of) the Worst of 2016 month continues with one of the most requested films in show history, the wretched Suicide Squad! Why do we need every single back story in here? Why jam pack so many characters in that no one cares about and not kill off most of them? And didn't this feel like a two-hour video game cut scene? PLUS: A lot of RAAAAAAAANDOM screenplay decisions make this the most EXTREME comic book movie to date!

Suicide Squad stars Will Smith, Margot Robbie, Viola Davis, David Harbour, Jared Leto, Common, Jai Courtney, Jay Hernandez, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Cara Delevingne, and Joel Kinnaman; directed by David Ayer.

Episode 283 - Dirty Grandpa  
On this week's episode, the gang takes a look at the ridiculous Big Box comedy, Dirty Grandpa! Why did that beach scene need to be so extreme? Do the makers of The Hangover have a case here? And why can't Dirty Grandpa just have sex and be done with it?! PLUS: We dig up a story about an actor's racist Halloween costume that was, indeed, a bad idea.

Dirty Grandpa stars Robert De Niro, Zac Efron, Zoey Deutch, Aubrey Plaza, Jason Mantzoukas, Dermot Mulroney, Julianne Hough, Adam Pally, and Danny Glover; directed by Dan Mazer.

Episode 282 - Collateral Beauty  
On the first episode of the new year, the guys hunker down for a month of chatting about some of the worst films of 2016! Up first is the pathetic excuse for a grief drama, Collateral Beauty! What's with this insane scheme? How does no one go to jail for this? And are you kidding us with those twist endings?! PLUS: Steve presents an alternative for ladies who are just tired of regular, boring, old sperm banks!

Collateral Beauty stars Will Smith, Edward Norton, Kate Winslet, Helen Mirren, Michael Peńa, Naomie Harris, Keira Knightley, Jacob Latimore, and Ann Dowd; directed by David Frankel.

WHM Mail Bag - Screaming Substitute Teachers, Dying at the Movies, and "Pump Up the Volume"'s Legacy  
On the final WHM Mail Bag of the year, the guys chat about insanely fed-up substitute teachers, street brawls outside theaters, correcting people when you know you're right, whether Pump Up the Volume holds up, which movies they'd like to die to, and more!

If you want your weird, wild stories read on the air, or have questions for the gang, write into the Mail Bag: weallhatemovies@gmail.com!

Episode 281 - Batman & Robin: Live! at the Hollywood Improv  

On the year-end episode of WHM, the guys are releasing their second of two shows—the first being Suburban Commando, released a few weeks back—recorded live in front of a sold out room, it's Batman & Robin: Live! at the Hollywood Improv! What was Mr. Freeze's endgame with that rocket? Was anyone surprised by all the penises and butts and nipples? And how doesn't Bane instantly commit suicide upon peering at his ghastly visage for the first time? PLUS: Steve spits all over the audience!

Batman & Robin stars Arnold Schwarzenegger, George Clooney, Chris O'Donnell, Uma Thurman, Alicia Silverstone, Michael Gough, and Pat Hingle; directed by Joel Schumacher.

WHM On-Screen: Rogue One  
On this very special WHM On-Screen, the gang gather 'round to chat about the new Star Wars film, the pseudo-standalone prequel, Rogue One! Did we really need this many characters crammed in? What's with Forest Whitaker's robot feet? And was Peter Cushing on the Polar Express? PLUS: Mads Mikkelsen critiques Disney World.

Rogue One stars Felicity Jones, Diego Luna, Alan Tudyk, Donnie Yen, Ben Mendelsohn, Forest Whitaker, and Mads Mikkelsen; directed by Gareth Edwards.

Episode 280 - The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause  
On this week's show, the gang brings the Christmas cheer as they rag on the sad sequel, The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause! What's with the weird Mrs. Claus Stockholm syndrome situation? Why do we need the counsel of lame holiday figures? And why are we doing this It's a Wonderful Life/Back to the Future II alternate timeline crap? PLUS: Michael Dorn opens up a t-shirt factory.

The Santa Clause 3 stars Tim Allen, Elizabeth Mitchell, Eric Lloyd, Judge Reinhold, Wendy Crewson, Spencer Breslin, Martin Short, Ann-Margret, Alan Arkin, Art LaFleur, Aisha Tyler, Kevin Pollak, Jay Thomas, and Michael Dorn; directed by Michael Lembeck.

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