Barry Carter actually likes 1972's Fritz the Cat. He thinks it a ground breaking cartoon bringing the underground comic to the attention of the masses. Jimmy thinks it an outrage that it traded on an undeserved X-rating. In between there's a lot of discussion about what made this the first - and some would say only - breakout adult animated movie.
Be careful what you ask for. Last year Phil and Chris Wuergler challenged Jimmy to write a better Christmas story than Scrooge – The Musical. So he did – Scrooge, The Sequel which includes a new Christmas song sure to be on everybody’s Christmas playlist: Mind Your Own Business (For Christmas). A Limited Talent Production with a cast of almost twelve!
Saturday Night Fever and Jimmy is overwhelmed when Barry Carter and Chris Wuergler guest. See how long the two of them go before Jimmy gets a word in edgewise.
Thank God It’s Friday with guest Barry 3D Carter. Could a movie this bad have some redeeming value? Barry finds redeeming value; Jimmy finds a cure for insomnia.
Comedian Barry Carter gets down with The Blues Brothers. Jimmy gets down with Metamucil. Together they justify why a movie from 1980 should be included on a podcast about movies from he 60’s and 70’s. Warning: Serious Rationalizing Ahead.
This one was a lot of fun talking about Logan's Run with Jimmy and Philip. You have to listen to the madness.
Comedian Barry Carter visits to talk about his favourite movie, 1976’s Logan’s Run. Is Jim correct that it’s technically challenged? Or should you trust a man who can’t figure out how to text message?
One of my friends and a fellow comedian, Jimmy English, has a great podcast called Back to the Balcony. Jimmy and his sound engineer Philip Meinert have invited me to co host a few times as we go over different movies. Follow them on facebook and check out all their podcast. Trust me that you learn and laugh at the same time. #onenation
You need a mean mutha to talk about the blaxploitation films of the seventies. Instead, you get Jimmy England and comedian Barry 3D Carter just talking about 1971’s Shaft.