This week the boys are joined in the Detective Agency by Dr. Matt Zimmerman, Fix A Flick fan and Connor's chiropractor. He brings the bloody and hilarious sleeper classic Dr. Giggles. But the question becomes.... can it be fixed? Should it be fixed? And why does Dr. Giggles giggle?
The boys sit down with friend of the pod Jimmy of Tannins and Tunes fame. We know he loves wine and musical theatre, but it turns out he's also a huge comics nerd! And he's bringing his expertise to the detective agency to give the Fix a Flick treatment to Avengers 2.
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George Roland, very good friend of the show is finally on the show after five, long, years of waiting (Which, you will note, is four years longer then then Fix a Flick has existed). He's got some thoughts on "The Purge", and we're finally giving him the chance to get them off his chest!
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Merry Christmas from the boys in the Detective Agency! In our holiday special we are joined by friend of the pod Timmy Nelson, to have a chat about "Krampus".
We're breaking all the rules! 1) Repeat guest 2) Just barely a year old movie. 3) Star wars! Friend of the pod Frank is back to talk over "Rogue One", and oh boy do they talk about it. Enjoy!
Friend of the pod Paolina joins the boys over Skype to talk about Practical Magic, the 1998 dark, romantic, comedy/drama (horror?) movie. Is it good? No. It's it magical, you bet.
Check out Paolina's Channel "Super Pao" HERE
It's just the boys this week in the Detective Agency talking about Thor: The Dark World, but also about how much we love our friends over at the There Will Be Drinking Podcast! The boys were guests on the There Will Be Drinking Podcast, talking about their lives, the show and Thor: Ragnarok. To make sure you're up to date, they take a crack at fixing Thor: The Dark World.
Friend of the pod, Stuart McNeil returns to the show to discuss the 1995 "classic" Johnny Mnemonic, and pitch us a fix that's a little closer to and respectful of the source material.
You can check out Stu's Instagram @ smcniell
Fix a Flick comes to you LIVE from the PIT Loft in NYC. We recorded on Sept 24th and it was a blast. Special thanks to our judges and everybody that came out. We're looking forward to the next one.
In this episode we talk about the Mummy Returns, and we get two Fixes for the price of one! Peter and Connor go head to head, bringing their own fixes to the party, and having friends of the pod Stu, Matt, and Frank, judge who's fix is best.
WHO WILL WIN!? Listen and find out.
Special thanks to the PIT Loft for having us.
This week, no guest, no flick, just the boys in the Detective Agency looking back a glorious year of fixing flicks AND ANNOUNCING THIER LIVE SHOW ON SEPTEMBER 24th!
This week the boys are joined by the ladies from "There Will Be Drinking"! They'll break down, look deep, and reconstruct the classic, "Armageddon"!
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and be sure to check out their live show September 4th HERE
Take a deep dive into the world and work of Michael Bay and check out Lindsay Elis's series "The Whole Plate" HERE
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This week in the detective agency Peter and Connor welcome a unique guest! Gabriel Barreto has the great honor of being the son of Amy Irving, star of the movie The Fury (1978) our show this week!
Check out Gabriel Barreto on twitter @CricketRamsey.
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Pop quiz hotshot. Peter and Connor welcome Corey Kovoch to the Virtual Detective Agency in their first every Skype podcast. What do you do?
Today the gang is talking about the 1994 classic, Speed.
And go take a listen to our sister show "Tannins and Tunes"
This week our heroes tackle the silliest of all sequels, "Grease 2"? It is a shameless cash grab? Absolutely. Is it any good? Oh no. Friend of the pod Kaira Karnad joins the boys in the Detective Agency to see if we can put this monstrosity of commerce back on course.
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Don't forget to check out this week's Episode of Tannins and Tunes over on their feed!
Friend of the pod Nathan Miller joins the boys in the Detective Agency to bring his new found and hard won knowledge of Environmental Science to bare upon the catastrophic catastrophe movie: "The Day After Tomorrow"
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NYC Radioclubber Molly Schwartz joins the boys in the Detective Agency to discuss the very very pre-Great Recession, Sex and the City: The Movie. Can we pair down the conspicuous consumption, and get down to the bare bones of what Sex and the City really means?
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This week friend of the show Danny Morales joins the boys to repair a Joss Whedon script... yep, you read that right.
In this episode, the boys are joined by Tannins and Tunes co-host Jonathan Cobrda to discuss the 2016 mess of a movie Suicide Squad. Maybe the team will find some diamonds in this rough rough movie.
In this episode, we meet Fix-A-Flick's sister show, Tannins and Tunes!
New hosts, new subject, new show! The Detective Agency podcast network keeps growing.
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Did something weird happen last week? Something feels weird...
But everything is back to normal now! This week improver Aubry Kyburz joins the boys to discuss the classic film "Rookie of the Year", as well as the spring time tradition of the return of baseball. Join us, won't you?
You can find Aubrey on Instagram at Mr_Aubrey. You can also see him performing with his improv team My First Tattoo on 4/24 & 4/25 at the Peoples Improv Theater in NYC.
This week our heroes Matt and Frank, who are your hosts every week, finally dive into Back to the Future, to see if they can save this monstrosity.
As ever, don't forget to visit www.kinnnotosffeaere.comm/fixaflick
Friend of the show Ross Vedder stops by the detective agency with yet another controversial pick of "Disney March", the 2009 Disney classic, "Up". Connor and Peter run off stage dodging rotten tomatoes and insults, as Ross remains making his point.
Check out Ross's work at RossVedder.com
I'm so sick right now.