Dirty Sons of Pitches
About This Show
Every week, Nate, Ben, ad Eric, with the occasional special guest, talk movies and then play a series of movie-related games, including the central game, The Pitch, wherein our heroes take a concept and try and turn it into a working movie. Most of the time the podcasts will just descend into girlish laughter.
Other reoccurring games include Defend Yourself, where one person must defend their enjoyment of an indefensible movie, Sequel-ize It, Porno-ize It, Recast It, Genre Swap, Adapt the Unadaptable, Disney-fy-It, and Vanity Project, wherein our heroes tailor a movie project to a star.
Most Recent Episode
Ep. 208: Quiet Place, Rampage, Stan Lee's Blood and Groomers of the Week
2 days ago
The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are back and extra restful from the time off. There's a lot of news items to cover and several good to great movies as well, making this a bountiful and thankful podcast. The guys record after dark and get a little punchy, a little more absurd, and a little more provocative. If you've ever wondered more about the difference between Allison Mack and Alex Mack and the usefulness of turning into a puddle of liquid metal, then your day has come. Available on iTunes. Episode 208 includes: -Groomers of the Week: Channel Awesome, Allison Mack, and Jon K. -Stan Lee's blood stolen, which leads to a bizarre KISS anecdote that Ben thinks is the most amazingly metal thing ever. -R.I.P. Isao Takahata, Milos Forman, Art Bell. -John Krasinski's horror hit "A Quiet Place" is a simple idea brilliantly executed. -The sex comedy "Blockers" is charmingly progressive and quite funny. -"Rampage" is a big, dumb monster movie that works well at being a big, dumb monster movie. -This Week's Pitch -- None!