Poor Tonn Slingdog showed up to do his usual DTV Corner segment, but found out he was alone. No Pigs showed. In an attempt to respect the podcast’s listeners in a way the usual hosts clearly do not, Tonn yammers for nearly half an hour about some horror movies featuring killer animals he vaguely remembers. Rambling and without a real point, at least this Pigs Podcast is…well, here.
Once more unto The Bacon! We assumed the last episode of the Film Pigs Podcast featuring The Bacon would be so well received we went ahead and immediately recorded another one, Matrix-style! Since we’ve run out of hosts to interview, this episode focuses on one movie and one movie only: Road House. Possibly the greatest B-movie ever made, and a personal favorite of the hosts, you will surely be enthralled by the discussion until a polar bear falls on you. (Music by Adam Blau.)
Here comes a fresh episode of The Bacon! This time, we’re focusing on the maddening psyche of Film Pig Todd Robert Anderson. Why is he an actor? No, seriously, why is he an actor? How does he approach his craft? When is it kind of pointless to use “craft” on set? What movies excited him as a child? Why don’t movies excite him in the same way now? What is the root of his terrible DVD collecting problem? Why won’t we stop asking him so many questions? Plus, where’s Falk? (As always, awesome music by Adam Blau.)
We’re back with another exciting episode of The Bacon, where the Film Pigs veer off their regular format to focus in on a particular subject. This episode, we batten down the hatches and steam full speed ahead into Stephen Skelton, even though we know it’s very rude to batten down hatches and run full steam into someone. Insightful questions lead to perplexing answers about how someone could possibly drive band nerds away with something even nerdier, an example of how Roger Moore is awesome and Jean-Claude Van Damme is kind of a dick, and a truly haunting selection for a threesome.
This episode, the Film Pigs Podcast takes off in a bold new direction with The Bacon! We cast off our regular podcast format and delve deep into the mysterious psyche of Stephen Falk, whom we get to know on a deep personal level within the confines of the 37-minute running time. No detail is spared, including how many copies of pornographic VHS tapes he’s been gifted with over the years.