In the first of the final three episodes of 2016, Los Angeles critic Jason Rohrer is back to take on Incarnate, Shia Labeouf, and jerks on the Internet, as well as the Pigs themselves. Alixandree Antoine is also on hand for one of the most cruelly funny Pigs episodes ever. Steve Skelton and Todd Anderson share hosting duties while Stephen Falk lends his expertise writing to a very silly sketch. Grab a glass of popcorn and get messed up with the Film Pigs. Now.
It’s the very, very end of November and the Film Pigs just can’t let this magical month pass without some sort of podcast! We had a proper show ready to record but real-life got in the way, so instead Todd Robert Anderson presents another edition of The Bacon! This time, he’s assembled a list of all theatrically released Christmas movies since Skelton was born and forces him to give his recommendations. Skelton thinks this premise is pretty thin, but Todd makes him do it anyway and they both learn about the true meaning of Christmas (barf).
Just in time for your Thanksgiving break, the Pigs are back with outspoken Los Angeles critic, Jason Rohrer. Will he put the Pigs in their place? Will he rip their work to shreds? Who cares? They don’t, they are drunk on popcorn. And here’s a special bonus: favorite recurring guest co-host Alixandree Antoine is back, and it turns out she has another internet show that you’ll get to learn all about. So, lock yourself in the bathroom to get away from your stupid family, and visit with your bestest oldest friends who like to make fun of the movies.
Winston Story! Popcorn! Rash Judgments! Fantastic Beasts! Bleed for This! Mark Ruffalo sketch! Exclamation points!
Winston Story, storied actor of the television stories, triumphantly returns to the Film Pigs to lay down his particular brand of hysteria to Rash Judgments on The Arrival, Shut In, and Almost Christmas. And then the Pigs crack open the fan mail bag to answer all your questions!
Kether “K Dawg” Donohue of You’re the Worst fame is back for more shenanigans with the Piggies. Over some delicious popcorn they discuss Doctor Strange, Trolls, and Hacksaw Ridge, and then impart an important message for people who love the movies. Please watch. Please enjoy. Please fall in love with us.