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November 17, 2014 05:47 PM PST

Get ready to quack with Joe, Nick, and Vern as they look back at the 90's family sports franchise. The Mighty Ducks. The guys review each film in the trilogy and discuss it's charms as well as it's faults.

Also on Tap.

Reviews of
Dumb and Dumber to
and Nick's thoughts on John Wick.

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Opening Song.
Outfukd by The Drug Budget

Closing Song.
All Mine by Portishead

November 10, 2014 06:36 AM PST

For our bonus episode this week. The Vern sits down and talks with the filmmakers of a really fun horror movie called All Cheerleaders Die. Directors Lucky McKee(May) and Chris Siverston(Jack Ketchum's Lost) discuss some fun behind the scenes factoids in this short,but fun interview.

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Opening and closing song
Look Out Young Son by Grand Ole Party

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November 02, 2014 10:14 PM PST

It's been a while but we are back with a brand new season of The As You Watch Podcast. For the next several episodes. Nick Joe and Vern will be discussing a different movie franchises. For their first episode being so close to Halloween. They thought a good franchise would be a horror series that helped relaunch the genre back in the mid 90's. Wes Craven's meta horror satire Scream. Join Vern Joe and special guest Jason Soto of Your Face (no Nick this round) as they discuss all four movies in this series.

Also on Tap

Reviews of
John Wick
Birdman or The Unexpected Virtues of Ignorance.
Rob Zombie's Halloween 2

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Opening Song: OUTFUKD by The Drug Budget

Closing Song: Hayling by F.C. Kahuna

October 01, 2014 06:46 AM PDT

If you were expecting a regular episode with Nick, Joe, and The Vern, this will not be it. But we urge you to listen anyway because this show is a lot of fun and very informative. Especially if you are serious at considering a career in the profession of acting. Our guest this week is actress Victoria Guthrie and although she may not be a name you recognize right away. She is actively working and has way over 39 roles to her career since 2008(according to IMDB). This doesn't even include any of her stage or commercial work. On the show Victoria and host The Vern talk about her work in the romantic comedy "April Grace",the horror movie "Alpha Girls", odd audition stories, her newest features and much much more.

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Opening Song .
Take California by Propellerheads

Closing Song
Cowboys by Portishead

September 19, 2014 05:02 AM PDT

While the show is on a bit of a hiatus between seasons. The Vern was lucky enough to get an interview with the actors and director of a fun new horror, comedy, musical with zombies and time travel. It is called Potpourri and you can watch it right now on Netflix. I ask that you at least hear the show first and then watch the flick. After that, tell your friends to watch it and then tell them to tell other people and so on.... On the show are writer/director Elliot Diviney, and cast members Shannon McDonough, and Ryan Kiser. They talk about the making of this fun movie,a little bit about Doctor Who and The Vern reveals something interesting about his past. Even though there were a few audio hiccups, it's still a fun show and we hope you all really enjoy it.

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Opening Song "Doctor Who Theme" by Fuzzy Machete.

Closing Song "Winners Will Win" by The Drug Budget.

September 12, 2014 04:41 AM PDT

Joe, Nick and The Vern are saying their farewells to you all this week with the final episode of season 3. They are going back to their basics with just the three of them and no guest. Vern was also a bit lazy in editing ,so the show will be somewhat live. This makes sense because the topic this week is best performances by past SNL cast Members. There were tons of cast members to choose from, but they each only chose three. It was a lot of fun to record, and we hope you enjoy listening to it.

Also on Tap.

A quick look at Potpourri. A horror comedy musical with zombies from Writer, Director Elliot Diviney, now available on Netflix. Interview with Cast and Crew coming soon.

Battle of Wits

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September 05, 2014 04:27 AM PDT

On this episode, Nick and Vern are joined by Todd of Forgotten Films ( and The Walt Sent Me Podcast ( to talk about the films of Christina Ricci. They each list their top three favorite films from this actress and then finish up with a fun game of Battle of Wits. Sadly, Joe could not make this show, but he should be on the next one.

There are a few audio hiccups that could not be fixed, but it is still a good episode.

Also on Tap.
Todd's Top 3 favorite movies of all time.

A preview of "House of Mason" Starring Ryan Kiser, Tristan Risk, and Devanny Pinn.

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Opening and Closing Song.
"That Girl" by Esthero

August 27, 2014 06:55 AM PDT

We greatly apologize for being so late in posting shows, but there were some major audio problems from the last show that could not be fixed. In any case this show is still a lot of fun and being that it is so much fun. We thought that it would be cool to post it now instead of later. Our show this week is all about actress Tilda Swinton. She has been making quite a splash this year with movies like "Only Lovers Left Alive", "Grand Budapest Hotel", and "Snowpiercer" and she has more to come out soon. Nick and Joe could not make this episode, but The Vern is joined by two great guests to talk about their three favorite films from this lady.

James of and David of

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Opening Song "Rebel Girl" by Bikini Kill

Closing Song "All Mine" by Portishead

August 15, 2014 04:55 AM PDT

This week we lost a very funny comedian, a talented actor, and a wonderful humanitarian. Robin Williams has been with us for many generations, and it is sad to see him go. Vern and Joe each discuss their three favorite performances from this actor and then are joined by Fredo of Film Yarn to discuss his choices. Featured on the show are various clips of Mr. Williams in movies, stand up routines and interviews. Despite a few audio problems in the 2nd half, we still feel that this is a very good and very funny tribute to a man that was known to make us all laugh.

Rest in Peace Robin Williams.

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August 08, 2014 07:22 AM PDT

Today's episode is about an actor who can do both comedies and dramas without any problems what so ever. John C. Reilly is a guy who can make any movie better, just with his appearance. Joe, Vern, and Nick are joined by Jeremy of Southern California who happens to be one of their biggest fans to talk about their three favorite movies from this actor. They close out the show with a brand new Battle of Wits that delivers the laughs.

Also on Tap.
Reviews of
A Most Wanted Man

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Opening Song "Hooked on a Feeling" by Blue Suede
Closing Song "All Mine" by Portishead

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