It’s January, so essentially the Film Pigs are here to tell you everything in the theatres is garbage. Luckily, the luminescent Alixandrée Antoine is on hand to help the medicine go down. And look for some special guests, all drunk on popcorn, when the Pigs talk the worst movies they’ve ever seen!
It’s a New Year special the likes of which you haven’t seen since Jamie Kennedy did that thing one time! Jonathan Mangum, Joshua Butler, Alixandrée Antoine and Shannon Hillary join Steve, Steve and Todd to ring in the new year Film Pig style! New Year resolutions, Rash Judgments, and popcorn! Huzzah!
Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the GeekNation studio, not a creature was stirring, except a bunch of those crazy Pigs! And Shannon Hillary was there to bring cheer and there was a bunch of surprise guests talking about their favorite trips to the movies on Christmas. Also, the egg nog has no eggs or nog in it, just booze. And Rash Judgments on the big Christmas Day releases came on the crest of a new fallen snow. Merry Christmas to all, and let’s all stay up all night…watching movies! Happy holidays, folks.
Joshua Butler (@TheJoshuaButler), award-winning director of TV shows like The Vampire Diaries and The Following, drops by for some holiday cheer in the style of Pigginess. He takes us behind the scenes of a pitch meeting after talking about this week’s much anticipated major sci-fi movie release…Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip. (And here we put the words “Star Wars” as a cheap way to get extra viewers.)
Special guest Jonathan Mangum of Let’s Make A Deal and Whose Line Is It Anyway? joins the Film Pigs for a surprisingly positive round of Rash Judgments, including a look at the RoboCop reboot. And a special bonus: an exclusive look at Alexander Payne’s upcoming feature film. It’s in black and white. The rest of the show is in glorious color.
In addition to discussing this week’s big releases including the new Oz picture, Steve Falk falls down a wormhole of meta insanity, and special guest Jonathan Mangum gives the guys an intense lesson on how to be a commercial actor. This may be our most important episode yet.