Flick Fights #19 – “First It’s A Wreck, Then It’s Shrek.”

Travis Betz & Devin Barry

Travis Betz and Devin Barry are two movie lovers, who are also obsessed fans of the film ranking website, Flickchart. Join them as they pit movies against each other, waging verbal cinematic war while building a “best of” list on the blood of the defeated.

You may also like...

5 Responses

  1. trent says:

    At the very end when someone says “We hope you touch yourself”, at that exact moment I was itching my balls and I got SUPER creeped out.

  2. Nathan Chase says:

    This week’s cast sounds great. Stereo problem fixed. Segments are tight. Guest is lovely. Thanks for all the awesomeness.

  3. Koursaros says:

    Good to hear a woman around there, great podcast once again! But no “I went to see sth”? That’s a shame.

  4. johnmason says:

    Bruno ranks so much lower than Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me because it’s newer to the database. It has far fewer rankings than Austin Powers, so it doesn’t rank as high. (Anyway, I can’t really comment on the match up because I haven’t seen Bruno….)

  5. Hannah says:

    I subscribed to this on iTunes and forgot there was a blog, so I already left one of these comments over on the Twitter page: Edward Scissorhands has indeed been immortalized as a… ballet? Or some kind of dance adaptation? http://www.edwardscissorhands.co.uk/ I know very little about it, however.

    Also, I’m still making my way through back issues of the podcast so I’m not sure if you’ve addressed this film on the bad movie segment (although you almost certainly haven’t because I have NEVER found anyone else who has seen this movie where I wasn’t involved in the recommending somehow) but my all-time favorite bad movie is Sinbad of the Seven Seas. Not Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas, the animated flick. No, this is a 1989 movie starring Lou Ferrigno as Sinbad, a brave warrior who must save the world from an evil villain who wants to… um… marry the princess? Make peasants randomly smash into each other’s carts? Be the ruler? Just kill everyone he doesn’t like? Have some sacred gems? Destroy some sacred gems? I’ve seen it about eight times and I still have no idea what the guy’s ultimate goal was.

    It is the most brilliantly horrible movie I’ve ever seen. Definitely a must-see for lovers of bad movies.