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"On this episode of The Flop House we review Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance."

Movie SummaryEdit

PremiseEdit

StoryEdit

  • Discussion about the Ghost Rider's penis (or lack thereof) leads to revelation that Stuart has talks with his grandmother about boners. @30:05

Worse ThanEdit

Final JudgmentsEdit

  • Stuart gives it "bad-bad" (but thinks it might be a "good-good" if viewed in 3D).
  • Elliott was bored and rates it "bad-bad."
  • Dan concurs.

Episode HighlightsEdit

  • Dan remains very surprised that they are doing a podcast and needs to be reminded of the premise of the enterprise.
  • It is noted that The Woodman (Woody Harrelson) once played a character named Barcelona Jones, a detective hired by Vicky to catch Christina after Christina runs off with the drug money
  • Very amusing Popeye digression @11:55

TangentsEdit

Movie PitchesEdit

  • Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance: Catch That Kid
    Elliott describes an alternative-reality version of the film, which eventually devolves into Elliott just naming films randomly @33:55

QuotesEdit

Listener MailEdit

LettersEdit

"Mail Title" from Hector Lastnamewithheld @Time
 
Immediate digression regarding Elliott's dismay that somebody is posting under his name in the AV Club comments. Hector wants the Peaches to review more films featuring ding-dong mutilation.
"Mail Title" from Matthew Lastnamewithheld @Time
 
Regarding Prometheus and what constitutes "canon" in a fictional universe.
"Mail Title" from Dan Lastnamewithheld @Time
 
A suggestion that Stuart should exclaim "Sacrebleu!" during the climactic moment in Elliott's recounting of any given film's plot.

RecommendationsEdit

  • Deathdream (1972) by Bob Clark (Elliott) @Time
  • Space Jail (2012) by Stephen St. Leger, James Mather (Stuart) @Time
  • Topkapi (1964) by Jules Dassin (Dan) @Time
Deathdream is notable for its reasonable '70s clothes.
Elliott didn't know that Merlin aged backwards. They propose a pornographic film called Asian Backwards starring John Merlin, who isn't proud of what he did.



This episode was brought to you by Cage's Cages, the only cages strong enough to hold Nicolas Cage.

Elliott sounds off with a poem about himself, and the episode ends with an appearance by the The Flop House House Cat.


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