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The award-winning comedy podcast that celebrates bad movies. Comedians and actors Paul Scheer (The League), June Diane Raphael (Grace and Frankie), and Jason Mantzoukas (Big Mouth) break down the very best of the worst films ever made—we’re talkin’ blockbuster flops, cheesy 80s action movies, Lifetime thrillers, obscure cult classics, and if we’re honest… most Nic Cage and Jason Statham movies. Pl... more

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From LA to NY to DC to… space?! Scott Aukerman (Comedy Bang Bang) returns to discuss the extensive list of celebrity cameos in 2015’s Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! They also get into Fin’s running style, President Mark Cuban, the Universal Studios VIP fro... more

38 hours ago

Writer/comedian Jordan Morris chats with Jason & Paul about comic books, music, movies, and his new horror-comedy graphic novel Youth Group. But first, Paul dives into corrections and omissions from Shark Attack 3: Megalodon, shares bonus content fro... more

5 days ago
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Scott Aukerman (Comedy Bang Bang) jumps back into the HDTGM waters to discuss 2014's Sharknado 2: The Second One. They talk all about Tara Reid's baby handwriting, Al Roker & Matt Lauer stabbing a shark to death, the bloody Statue of Liberty, the mil... more

9 days ago
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We're celebrating Hot Shark Summer all July and kicking things off with 2002's Shark Attack 3: Megalodon—a movie that asks, "What if Jaws happened in Porky's?" LIVE from London, the HDTGM crew discuss the best line in cinema history, the comically la... more

12 days ago
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4.8 out of 5 stars from 31.8k ratings
  • When Jason compares a pastry to a "bush", the whole crowd got behind ya. Then everyone starts stepping up Pretty cool

    Podcast Addict
    5
    yobroiunknow
    a month ago
  • Laugh out loud

    The only problem with this podcast is that it has caused me to laugh so hard while running or walking for exercise that I had to sit down on the curb to catch my breath — but surely that much joy counts as cardio, yes?

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    5
    Erin with a K
    Canadaa month ago
  • Thumbs up

    Started with Howard the duck. I have tried to watch this movie before gave up thinking I was missing vital information but after listening to this podcast realized it’s not going make sense and just enjoy the movie.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Awe man…sogood
    United Statesa month ago
  • Congratulations Paul!!!

    Congrats are clearly in order for Paul, a newly minted New York Times bestseller. When you finish reading his book, pick up a copy of mine, The not so wild adventures by Johnathan Freeman on Amazon. You’re gonna love it!!!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Awesome 2235
    United States2 months ago
  • Fun & Informative

    The hosts know film (they’re all actors, as well.) They’re also hilarious! Great way to discover some wacky bad films to check out. Start with the “Samurai Cop” & “Bats” episodes.

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    5
    Boba Net
    United States2 months ago

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