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Chris Dobson and Nick Nobel discuss the finer points of bad movies in the Your Stupid Minds podcast. This bad movie podcast is updated every other Thursday and features an in-depth analysis of a wide variety of B, genre, camp, and otherwise bad films.

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New podcast episodes are released every other Thursday.

Special thanks to the very talented Max Mechanic for creating our theme song.

Episode List


01 - The Avengers - Not the one you think!

02 - Howard the Duck - George Lucas adapts a comic no one read. Also, duck titties.

03 - 12 Rounds - Wrestler John Cena rips off Die Hard with a Vengeance.

04 - Eragon - Jeremy Irons = Obi-Wan. Dragon = The Force. Kid Who Plays Eragon = Luke. Also Robert Carlyle plays a Dracula.

05 - The Hottie & the Nottie - Paris Hilton stars in one of the WORST MOVIES EVER. Nick falls asleep before it ends.

06 - Battlefield Earth: A Saga of the Year 3000 - John Travolta pays homage to Scientology with a horrible adaptation of a probably horrible book.

07 - Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! - Russ Meyer's homage to fast cars, meaningless murder, and absurdly large-breasted women.

08 - Cool Dog - Cool Dog drives. Cool Dog plays the banjo. Cool Dog eats Twizzlers. Cool Dog orders hot dogs for homeless people. Also this movie is insane.

09 - Lockout - Guy Pearce must infiltrate a floating space prison to rescue the president's daughter played by (guess who?) Maggie Grace.

10 - The Fantastic Four (1994) - An awful adaptation produced by Roger Cormon made to retain copyright and never released.

11 - Night of the Creeps - "The good news is your dates are here. The bad news is... they're dead."

12 - In the Name of the King 2: Two Worlds - Uwe Boll and Dolph Lungren team up (FINALLY) in this RenFest time travel travesty.

13 - X-Men Origins: Wolverine - Why is he called Gambit? Where is Master Mold? Why must Ryan Reynolds insist on playing everyone?

14 - Highlander II: The Quickening - A movie so bad not even Highlander fans like it.

15 - Supergirl - Faye Dunaway chews the scenery and Supergirl chews some delicious Popeye's chicken.

16 - Atlas Shrugged: Part I - It's mostly about trains. Nick and Chris promise not to alienate the listeners with political talk but then talk politics anyway.

17 - Jack Frost - Michael Keaton plays the coolest Blues singing undead snowman you've ever witnessed on the silver screen.

18 - Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2 - With special guest Emily Phillips. Where the infamous "GARBAGE DAY" scene originated.

19 - Terror in Beverly Hills - Frank Stallone must save the president's daughter from really incompetent terrorists.

20 - Teenage Caveman - Nick rides in on a skateboard, recommends this movie to everyone, and kills himself.

21 - Death Wish 3 - Charles Bronson engages in a side-scrolling action adventure against some 1980s street toughs.

22 - Showgirls - The closest we'll ever get to a feminist movie. Also it has a nice box.

23 - Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone - Very little hunting in space, and the zone is not all that forbidden.

24 - Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li - Call me Nash. Interpol.

25 - Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel - Animals with children's voices sexualized for profit. Rated PG.

26 - Gabriel Over the White House - The stirring story of a man getting hit on the head and hearing angelic voices that tell him to heroically bully his way into becoming a benevolent dictator.

27 - Barbarian Queen - Sword and sandal sexploitation romp starring Phil Spector's murder victim.

28 - The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift - Lucas Black plays the most convincing 30 year old southern teenager transplanted into Japan who learns advanced driving skills in about a week.

29 - Jade - David Caruso and that lady from Dogma star in this semi-erotic thriller. Known for its Chinatown car chase.

30 - The Last Airbender - M. Night Shyamalan ruins an otherwise perfectly good pre-teen cartoon show.

31 - The Spy Who Loved Me - With special guest Vincent Goodwin. Roger Moore insults women drivers and Egyptian construction for some reason.

32 - Robot Jox - Giant robots duke it out for minerals and timber and stuff.

33 - House of the Dead - Uwe Boll pulls out his bag of tricks and gameplay footage transition wipes. With special guest Nathan Smith.

34 - Cool World - Who Framed Roger Rabbit? for perverts.

35 - Jonah Hex - Special guest Patrick Regan gives us insider knowledge of this 81 minute comic book masterpiece.

36 - Gigli - An "inept hitman" and a "lesbian assassin" cram 20 minutes of plot into a two hour movie with rambling monologues and mentally handicapped blackface.

37 - Ready to Rumble - The movie that single-handedly killed WCW wrestling.

38 - LOL - Miley Cyrus twerks her way through France.

39 - Dracula 3D - Dario Argento FINALLY gives his take on the Dracula lore. Featuring special guest Adam Pecht.

40 - Vampirella - Based on a comic book that only perverts have read. Starring The Who's Roger Daltrey as a puffy-shirted space vampire.

41 - The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen - British literary figures blow up CGI everything. With a special appearance from fake Ira Glass.

42 - American Strays - A bunch of C-List actors star in this grad school Pulp Fiction ripoff. With special guest Sarah Long.

43 - Dungeons & Dragons - The famous tabletop RPG gets the Hero's Journey treatment. RIP Snails.

44 - Hard to Kill - Steven Seagal is in a coma for seven years and then runs around like a toddler.

45 - Generation X - 90s TV pilot for a really 90s X-Men reimagining.

46 - Bailey's Billion$ - Kind of like Cool Dog, if Cool Dog was voiced by Jon Lovitz and chloroformed in every other scene.

47 - D.E.B.S. - Your favorite secret lesbian romcom spy movie. Featuring special guests Valeah Beckwith and Danielle Nasr.

48 - King Solomon's Mines - It's like Raiders of the Lost Ark except somehow more racist.

49 - Torque - Is it excess? Is it satire? Regardless, Kid Rock, Dane Cook, and Nickelback are there.

50 - Fateful Findings - Celebrating our 50th episode, we review one of the greatest (and most difficult to acquire) bad movies out there.

51 - Another Pair of Aces: Three of a Kind - Kris Kristofferson and Willie Nelson traipse around early 90s Austin, Texas and Chris's doppelganger makes an appearance as a skeezy murderer.

52 - The Barbarians - Two beefy twin brothers look for a ruby to shove into a bellyhole so a transvestite and other circus folk can have a queen or something.

53- One Tough Bastard - Hard to Kill meets The Crow, with MC Hammer too.

54 - Godzilla vs. Hedorah - Destroying pollution one anthropomorphic representation at a time.

55 - Lucky Number Slevin - Our special lost pilot. Just in case you couldn't get enough Tarantino ripoffs with no-way named protagonists.