Yeah, yeah, we know we missed July. But we’re in some kind of mega-dumb double pandemic and it’s making us forgetful. Get vaccinated, mask up, and listen to the latest Film Pigs podcast about actors who died too soon.
We’re back, baby! For the first time in over a year of pandemic quarantine, the Film Pigs return with a regular podcast! And this time, it’s in person! With only minor mic issues, this podcast is a very special return to form with your favorite movie news, a discussion about the FAST & FURIOUS franchise, courtroom drama, a Todd-enraging game, and so much more. The Film Pigs Podcast: now fully vaccinated!
The Pigs return for a May show with all hands on deck! That’s right, it’s a regular format podcast with all 3 pigs in attendance. Please enjoy our show dedicated to the late, great Charles Grodin. Plus, the usual segments you’ve been missing the past few shows: news, courtroom drama, games, and more!
NOTE: New evidence presented after the court had adjourned appears to exonerate Vanessa Redgrave. The prosecution is expected to drop all charges.
Just under the wire for April, and one Pig short, the Film Pigs present an episode of The Bacon – this time talking Comfort Food Movies: those genres or specific movies you can watch over and over again. But not before extended discussion about the status of Todd’s b-hole. Spoiler Alert: It’s fantastic!
We’ve reached the end of March, and to celebrate the rollout of pandemic vaccines (yes, they are real and they work) the Film Pigs bring you a very special episode of The Bacon! This time, Falk wasn’t available but Todd and Skelton talk Director’s Cuts in a very soothing NPR-ish style that takes a critical but fair look at Zack Snyder’s Justice League and other director’s cuts – most of which are less than FOUR HOURS LONG!
The Bacon: Crying Movies is a listicle episode in which Falk and Todd talk about ten (or fifteen) movies that make them cry. Tough guys do cry! Don’t make fun! Also, they talk about the junk in Todd’s neighbors’ driveways and get in a shame fight about summer homes.