Well there, you know how the holidays seem fun and relaxing at first, but now that they are approaching, you just want to get away? Escape, if you will? Well, in honor of that (or, you know, just reaching), this week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we watched the CGI-tastic film Escape from LA (1996), the sequel America clamored for (?)! 

Also, dear friends, if you like live comedy and want to support me, your host, come and watch me do the joke'em'ups as I riff over Santa Claus (1958) (AKA Santa vs the Devil) with Cineprov. Join Larry (our founder and comedy writer for MST3K season 11), Evan (from Evan and Garrett Take On The World and 99x) and me as we "welcome" in the "holidays" as Santa fights the war on Christmas! 

How will you stand when we put your past on trial?

Host: Nicolas

Defendant: Matt

Panel: Erin, Daniel, Matthew

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November 9, 2017

Episode 139: Top Gun (1986)

Hold on to your heterosexuality, this is going to get manly. This week on Myopia: Defend Your Child, we worry whether she lost it, you know...We watched Top Gun (1986), do you feel the need?

And listen through the credits. Trust me.

Please, rate and review us on iTunes!Stitcher! or Podbean! Five stars helps a lot! And if you are a fan of history, we just wrapped on season one of check out my history podcast with Alex CummingsDoomed to Repeat with an episode on Sanctuary Cities; available where ever you get your podcasts!

If you prefer the live comedy, my comedy group Cineprov is riffing over the movie Santa Claus vs the Devil at the Plaza theater on 12/7!

How will you stand when we put your past on trial? 

Host: Nicolas 

Defendant: Nicolas 

Panel: Daniel, Matthew, and Jeremy. 

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Why, hello there! Thank goodness we're done with that really creepy October (unless you want one more spook, than join my comedy group Cineprov is riffing over the movie Gargoyles (1972) at the Plaza theater on 11/2! THE DAY THIS DROPS). So this November, we decided to go with a little bit more family-friendly theme. We picked a handful of films that I, in particular, saw as a kid. All of these make me think of my brothers and family. We watched them together or they were always on. With that, we begin with a real train wreck.

This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we learn that Macaulay Culkin and Christopher Lloyd made bad movies. (I know what you are thinking, but this is where I learned this). We watched The Pagemaster (1994), how would you like to curl up with a good book?

Please, rate and review us on iTunes!Stitcher! or Podbean! Five stars helps a lot! And if you are a fan of history, we just wrapped on season one of check out my history podcast with Alex CummingsDoomed to Repeat with an episode on Sanctuary Cities; available where ever you get your podcasts!

 

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Boo! Did I scare you? Oh good, I hope podcast descriptions don't scare you; that would be weird. I am here to talk to you about your love for us. Please, rate and review us on iTunes!Stitcher! or Podbean! Five stars helps a lot! And if you are a fan of history, we just wrapped on season one of check out my history podcast with Alex CummingsDoomed to Repeat with an episode on Sanctuary Cities; available where ever you get your podcasts!

If you prefer the live comedy, my comedy group Cineprov is riffing over the movie Gargoyles (1972) at the Plaza theater on 11/2! 

This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood we learned that creepy jangly teenage girls were a thing before Ringu (1998). We saw Are You Afraid of The Dark (1990), wait, so do they only hang out for like 15 minutes at a time?

How will you stand when we put your past on trial?

Host: Scott 

Co-Host: Erin and Nicolas

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Well there, buddy guy, Happy Tricks or Treats! Well, if you think all the peoples around deserve a treat, rate and review us on iTunes!Stitcher! or Podbean! Five stars helps a lot! And if you are a fan of history, we just wrapped on season one of check out my history podcast with Alex CummingsDoomed to Repeat with an episode on Sanctuary Cities; available where ever you get your podcasts!

If you prefer the live comedy, my comedy group Cineprov is riffing over the movie Gargoyles (1972) at the Plaza theater on 11/2 for all of your extra boogans!!

This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we type in IDDQD as we enter a portal to hell itself! We watched Event Horizon (1997),  From Hell? You don't believe in that kind of stuff, do you?

How will you stand when we put your past on trial?

Host: Nic Hoffmann

Defendant: Jeremy

Panel: Daniel and Matthew 

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Hey there friend, want to help out a guy? Well, here is the ticket! Rate and review us on iTunes!Stitcher! or Podbean! Five stars helps a lot! And if you are a fan of history, we just wrapped on season one of check out my history podcast with Alex CummingsDoomed to Repeat with an episode on Sanctuary Cities; available where ever you get your podcasts!

If you prefer the live comedy, my comedy group Cineprov is riffing over the movie Gargoyles (1972) at the Plaza theater on 11/2! 

This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we hail to the King, baby! We watched Army of Darkness (1992), Are all men from the future loud-mouthed braggarts?

How will you stand when we put your past on trial?

Host: Nicolas Hoffmann

Defendant: Scott

Panel: Matthew, Erin, Daniel

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First this! Rate and review us on iTunes!Stitcher! or Podbean! Five stars helps a lot!

And if you are a fan of history, we just wrapped on season one of check out my history podcast with Alex CummingsDoomed to Repeat with an episode on Sanctuary Cities; available where ever you get your podcasts!

Finally, if you want to see me in person, you should see the comedy group I am in, Cineprov, as the riff over Devil Dog on TODAY as this comes out at the Plaza Theater in Atlanta (I will riff over the shorts at the beginning). 

In honor of Harrison Ford punching Ryan Gosling, I mean Blade Runner 2049, we divert from our standard spooky October procedure and watch a breathtaking film; Maelstrom...rather Blade Runner! Holy minatures Batman, this movie is excellent. 

How will you stand when we put your past on trial?

Host: Nic Hoffmann

Defendant: Jeremy

Panel: Matthew and Daniel

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September 28, 2017

Episode 133: The Thing (1982)

Hey all! This week we admire some practical effects and love us some mustachioed Wilford Brimley and bemulleted Kurt Russell and get in the mood for some spookier and colder weather. 

Some news! There is exciting things coming to Myopia and Dudeletter Podcasting, so why not follow us on Facebook or join the Facebook Group! Follow us on Twitter @myopiapodcast!

Rate and review us on iTunes!Stitcher! or Podbean!

And if you are a fan of history, check out my History podcast with Alex Cummings, Doomed to Repeat; available where ever you get your podcasts!

Finally, if you want to see me in person, you should see the comedy group I am in, Cineprov, as the riff over Devil Dog on October 5th at the Plaza Theater in Atlanta (I will riff over the shorts at the beginning). 

This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we learn a thing or two about dogs! We watched John Carpenter's The Thing (1982), the best case the 1980's ever made against global warming. 

How will you stand when we put your past on trial?

Host: Nic Hoffmann

Panel: Matthew, Matt, and Abbey

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This week we put on the ol' footie pajamas and watched a Saturday Morning classic, you just better hope the parents were sleeping in. We discuss the John K and Bob Camp classic Ren and Stimpy, focusing mainly on the first two seasons, when John K and Billy West were doing the voices and John K was still on the project. 

For this episode we watched episodes: 

Space Madness

In the Army

Ren's Toothache

Rubber Nipple Salesmen

Sven Hoek

The Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen

Enjoy!

 

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Hey all! I appreciate everyone who came to my Cineprov show and hope everyone survived the storms! We are a humble nostalgic movie podcast, please share the love, join the Facebook group, follow us on Twitter and review us on iTunes!

This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we barely hold on. Jackie Chan fights, drink and drink and drink and fights and we fall in love with that silly man all over again. We watched Legend of the Drunken Master (1994), can you hold your liquor? 

Host: Nicolas Hoffmann

Defendant: Thomas

Panel: Daniel, Matthew and Jeremy.

 

 

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