Haul out the holly for a double shot of holiday fun. First up, Erica and Emily head to the future to discuss animation in the post-apocalypse with Infinite Santa 8000. After much merriment with cyborgs and mechanical reindeer, the ladies head to the sunnier south with the surprisingly NON-holiday themed Joyful Noise, starring none other than the Goddess of All Things Ever, Dolly Parton. It's also about Asbergers. And the economy. And heart conditions. In other words, fun for your December! Head to our Facebook page to share you love of all things Dolly and to learn more about where to find Infinite Santa 8000. Merry Hanaxmaswa to all!
Sunday, December 15, 2013
Sunday, December 1, 2013
Chestnuts are roasting and eggnog is toasting on our special holiday edition of GleeKast. Erica and Emily open the studio to special guest star Santa Claus, aka Fozziebare the Great himself. The trio team up to tackle 2009's Nutcracker: The Untold Story, aka The Nutcracker In 3D, aka The Weirdest $90 Million Ever Spent. Join Elle Fanning, Richard E. Grant, John Turturo, and Nathan Lane as they deal with creepy CGI heroes, steampunk decor, Madonna's discarded wardrobe, Andy Warhol haircuts, crying children, dead sharks, singing Albert Einsteins, figure skating, decapitation, original songs (sorta), and a thinly veiled metaphor for Holocaust gas chambers. It's EXACTLY what every children's Christmas movie needs!
Friday, November 15, 2013
Taking a break from traditional song and dance format, Erica tries to convince Emily that The Fast & the Furious franchise is like a series of musicals with cars standing in for performances. Or something. The point is, it's The Fast & the Furious when articles and linking words were still cool. The ladies discuss it. Discuss back on our Facebook page or email us email@example.com. Now if you'll excuse us, we need to go fill up on NOS.
Thursday, October 31, 2013
Hop on your finest horse and join us for a very shbadoinkle episode as Erica and Emily tackle Trey Parker's 1993 horror/musical/comedy Cannibal! The Musical. Much is discussed about Erica's history with the South Park crew, as well as Emily's inability to just BUILD a snowman unless it can be done to the music from this movie. We also talk about some new fall TV, including American Horror Story. And just cause, there's some Buffy talk. Just. Cause. Hit us up on our Facebook group or email firstname.lastname@example.org. As always, have a shbadoinkle day.
Tuesday, October 15, 2013
There is no future. There is no past. Unless you're Erica and remember EVERYTHING about the stage production of Rent and how it differs from Chris Columbus' 2005 film adaptation. The ladies have a passionate discussion about the original show, disappointing film, and 2008 video recording of the final Broadway performance. Expect to feel very, very old. Share your hipster ranting over at our Facebook page or email email@example.com. We'll be in our rocking chairs, pointing our canes at those lazy youths of America with all the fire of tax-paying citizens.
Tuesday, October 1, 2013
It’s a two for one sale on this installment of GleeKast as Erica and Emily tackle two versions of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Jesus Christ Superstar. First up is Norman Jewison’s 1973 film adaptation (available on Netflix Instant), followed by the 2000 London video recording of the stage show (free on YouTube). As you’d expect, there’s also talk about hats, Raelians, and The Rachel. Share your thoughts over at our Facebook group where we shall greet you in our finest bell bottoms.
Sunday, September 15, 2013
Shoot up your zydrate (it comes in a little glass vial) and put on your prettiest detachable face as Erica and Emily plunge into the future with 2008’s horror musical, Repo! Between Paris Hilton’s surprising acting chops and Paul Sorvino’s operatic tenor, it’s something very, very different. We also have quite a history with the show, so expect some personal anecdotes that just might involve the world’s rudest waiter at a fondue restaurant. We’re quite curious how the movie works for you, so be sure to share your thoughts over on our Facebook group. We promise not to pull your organs out. At least, for now.