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The Damn Dirty Drive-In

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A weekly podcast about movie riffing, sci-fi, horror, and anything else from the B-movieverse! In June 2019, this podcast became The Damn Dirty Drive-In. Included are Episodes 1-167, our classic back catalog, dating back to March 2016. Please enjoy! The new Drive-In podcast opens for business with original sketches, movie discussions, interviews, weird food tastings and more at Episode 168. Recorded in Hollywood, California, and in the Roof Lizard Lounge at The Dino Hotel in Lakewood, Colorado.

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A weekly podcast about movie riffing, sci-fi, horror, and anything else from the B-movieverse! In June 2019, this podcast became The Damn Dirty Drive-In. Included are Episodes 1-167, our classic back catalog, dating back to March 2016. Please enjoy! The new Drive-In podcast opens for business with original sketches, movie discussions, interviews, weird food tastings and more at Episode 168. Recorded in Hollywood, California, and in the Roof Lizard Lounge at The Dino Hotel in Lakewood, Colorado.

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35 Ratings
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Episodes 101, 106 & 107 = comedy classics

By EveKaua'i - Feb 26 2020
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Ok so though i can’t handle the rambling format of most of the shows, the above-named Episodes are well worth the wait! Witty, smart and hilarious spoofs of Charlie Brown,Edgar Allen Poe, Ed Wood & Shakespeare are hard to find...actually, probably don’t exist elsewhere; thoroughly recommend. 1 star for the regular shows, 4.5 stars for those 3 episodes.😎👍 Plus, am (mostly) loving the new Reels of Justice segments! Genuinely thought-provoking and fun.

In the not so distant future.

By Russell Carlsen - Mar 07 2016
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Good start. Can't wait to see what they do next. Give it a listen!

iTunes Ratings

35 Ratings
Average Ratings
27
3
4
1
0

Episodes 101, 106 & 107 = comedy classics

By EveKaua'i - Feb 26 2020
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Ok so though i can’t handle the rambling format of most of the shows, the above-named Episodes are well worth the wait! Witty, smart and hilarious spoofs of Charlie Brown,Edgar Allen Poe, Ed Wood & Shakespeare are hard to find...actually, probably don’t exist elsewhere; thoroughly recommend. 1 star for the regular shows, 4.5 stars for those 3 episodes.😎👍 Plus, am (mostly) loving the new Reels of Justice segments! Genuinely thought-provoking and fun.

In the not so distant future.

By Russell Carlsen - Mar 07 2016
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Good start. Can't wait to see what they do next. Give it a listen!
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The Damn Dirty Drive-In

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A weekly podcast about movie riffing, sci-fi, horror, and anything else from the B-movieverse! In June 2019, this podcast became The Damn Dirty Drive-In. Included are Episodes 1-167, our classic back catalog, dating back to March 2016. Please enjoy! The new Drive-In podcast opens for business with original sketches, movie discussions, interviews, weird food tastings and more at Episode 168. Recorded in Hollywood, California, and in the Roof Lizard Lounge at The Dino Hotel in Lakewood, Colorado.

Rank #1: Episode 203: Reels of Justice: Ghost In The Shell + Little Women

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On this episode of The Damn Dirty Drive-In, we tackle the controversial live-action remake of anime classic "Ghost in the Shell" on Reels of Justice. Plus, Greta Gerwig gets a few studio notes in "Little Women", a new sketch written by Robb Maynard and starring Jennifer Lynn Warren and Ryan Smith. Then, Erik and the gang sample Turkish delight in the Damn Dirty Deli. All this and a discussion of whether Socrates got what was coming to him, on this week's episode of The Damn Dirty Drive-In!

Feb 18 2020

1hr 53mins

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Rank #2: Episode Sixty-five - The Mega Soda Review with Joel Hodgson and Ivan Askwith

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ZOMG! It’s happening! We finally got, “Mystery Science Theater 3000” Show runner Joel Hodgson and Kickstarter Guru Ivan Askwith sit down and drink a cooler full of icy pop with us! It’s the Mega Soda Review! Five sodas, three hosts, two V.I.P.s and some insightful chat! Joel has some definite and thoughtful opinions about bottle labels. And Ivan describes one beverage as looking like pale urine. Oh yeah, and we talk about MST3K: The Return. All this, and a warm toast to Joel’s former neighbor Dick Plucker, on this week's episode of the Revival League Podcast!

(This podcast does not represent Alternaversal, Shout Factory or the Kickstarter campaign in any official capacity).

EDITOR’S NOTE: In June 2019, this podcast merged with the Damn Dirty Geeks Podcast and became The Damn Dirty Drive-in. These are our classic back catalog episodes, dating back to March 2016. Please enjoy! The new Drive-In podcast opens for business with original sketches, movie discussions, interviews, weird food tastings and more at Episode 168.

Jun 06 2017

1hr 34mins

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Rank #3: Episode Fifty-four - Baron Vaughn: Part 1 + 10 Backward Premiere Double Feature

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On this episode of the Revival League Podcast, we chat with actor, comedian, and new voice of the old Tom Servo Baron Vaughn! Baron talks about getting the part, his roots as a comedian, and the difference between writing stand-up and writing for MST3K. Also in this episode, "Manos" star Jackey Neyman Jones drops in to let fans know about an attempt to snatch "Manos" out of the public domain, and how you can help prevent that from happening. Meanwhile, Greg insists the Power Rangers movie is the next "Citizen Kane," Kate discusses the science of cats, and Ryan fills us in on the Jean-Claude Van Damme classic, "Cyborg." Plus, James endures "Hercules Against the Moon Men." All this and a cricket deity, on this week's episode of the Revival League Podcast.

BUT WAIT! Don't touch that dial! Immediately following the Revival League Podcast, we're pleased to present the premiere of 10 Backward, the latest podcast on the DENA network. James Rohling and Ron McAdams are tackling "Star Trek: The Next Generation" episode by episode -- but they're doing it in reverse! It's like opposite day, every day! In their pilot episode, Ron and James discuss the TNG finale, "All Good Things."

(This podcast does not represent Alternaversal, Shout Factory or the Kickstarter campaign in any official capacity).

EDITOR’S NOTE: In June 2019, this podcast merged with the Damn Dirty Geeks Podcast and became The Damn Dirty Drive-in. These are our classic back catalog episodes, dating back to March 2016. Please enjoy! The new Drive-In podcast opens for business with original sketches, movie discussions, interviews, weird food tastings and more at Episode 168.

Mar 29 2017

2hr 25mins

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Rank #4: Episode Thirty-one - Jonah Ray Part 2

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This week on the Revival League Podcast, it's part two of our discussion with the one and only Jonah Ray! Jonah talks more about hosting the new season of MST3K, dishes on his favorite robot, and gives some sage advice to aspiring comics. Meanwhile, Greg and Ryan dissect "Rambo III" and sample Ski Soda, James takes a look at "The Final Sacrifice," and Ryan seriously considers killing Greg. All this and Zap Rowsdower on this week's episode of the Revival League Podcast!

(This podcast does not represent Alternaversal, Shout Factory or the Kickstarter campaign in any official capacity).

EDITOR’S NOTE: In June 2019, this podcast merged with the Damn Dirty Geeks Podcast and became The Damn Dirty Drive-in. These are our classic back catalog episodes, dating back to March 2016. Please enjoy! The new Drive-In podcast opens for business with original sketches, movie discussions, interviews, weird food tastings and more at Episode 168.

Nov 02 2016

1hr 23mins

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Rank #5: Episode Fifty-six - Bill Corbett

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On this week's episode of the Revival League Podcast, we chat with writer, performer, and MST3K and RiffTrax legend Bill Corbett! Bill talks about the current slate of RiffTrax live shows (including Samurai Cop, playing tomorrow at theaters everywhere!), as well as how RiffTrax got off the ground. Plus, he chats about getting the job at Best Brains, what it was like to take over as Crow after the departure of Trace Beaulieu, and the development of Brain Guy. Meanwhile, Greg talks at length about a German comedy, but Kate and Ryan doubt such a thing exists. Kate theorizes about what makes a good cover song, and Ryan seems to have a very specific plan in the event he's forced to resort to cannibalism. Plus, James reviews "The Giant Gila Monster." All this and an owl who screams in a human voice, on this week's episode of the Revival League Podcast!

(This podcast does not represent Alternaversal, Shout Factory or the Kickstarter campaign in any official capacity).

EDITOR’S NOTE: In June 2019, this podcast merged with the Damn Dirty Geeks Podcast and became The Damn Dirty Drive-in. These are our classic back catalog episodes, dating back to March 2016. Please enjoy! The new Drive-In podcast opens for business with original sketches, movie discussions, interviews, weird food tastings and more at Episode 168.

Apr 12 2017

1hr 58mins

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Rank #6: Episode 158 - Kirk Thatcher in "Albert Kitschschlock Presents: The Films That Blew Too Much"

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Good evening! The Master of Suspense meets his match in the latest cross-stream production from the Revival League and Damn Dirty Geeks, “Albert Kitschschlock Presents: The Films That Blew Too Much.” Five original Kitschshclock parodies of classic movies so breathtakingly cinematic, only radio can do them justice. Featuring Albert Kitschschlock’s most iconic films: “Batsh!t,” “Dial ‘N’ For Necktie,” “South By Southwest,” “The Squirrels,” and “Non-Acquayances On The Conveyances.”

Featuring the vocal talents of Frank Dietz, Liane Dietz, Tim Blaney, Alexis Iacono, Rico E. Anderson, Jennifer Lynn Warren, Grant Baciocco, Jackey Neyman Jones, Scott Weitz, Ian Morrison, Jack Bennett, Greg Tally, Ryan Smith, Deana Dolphin, Zoe Plait, Brice Cranston, Robb Maynard, Ron McAdams, and Kirk Thatcher as Albert Kitschschlock.

“Albert Kitschschlock Presents: The Films That Blew Too Much” is a work of satire based on the life works of Alfred Hitchcock. Written by Ryan Smith, Scott Weitz, Greg Tally, Frank Dietz, and Robb Maynard. Music by Willy T. Golden. Promotional Art by Daniel Vincent Bigelow.

(This podcast does not represent Alternaversal, Shout Factory or the Kickstarter campaign in any official capacity).

EDITOR’S NOTE: In June 2019, this podcast merged with the Damn Dirty Geeks Podcast and became The Damn Dirty Drive-in. These are our classic back catalog episodes, dating back to March 2016. Please enjoy! The new Drive-In podcast opens for business with original sketches, movie discussions, interviews, weird food tastings and more at Episode 168.

Mar 26 2019

2hr 12mins

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Rank #7: Episode Thirty-eight - Hampton Yount

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On this episode of the Revival League Podcast, we chat with Crow T. Robot himself, the inimitable Hampton Yount! Hampton talks about getting his comedy start in Washington, D.C., his friendship with Jonah Ray, and of course taking on the role of Crow! He also discusses why Star Wars is racist and whether it's morally acceptable to kill baby Hitler. Also on this episode, Greg and Ryan debate whether avant-garde movies are riffable, James talks "Manos," and the guys try yet another sarsaparilla. All this and an aging salesman growing quietly desperate about his increasing irrelevance in a youth-obsessed world, this week on the Revival League Podcast!

(This podcast does not represent Alternaversal, Shout Factory or the Kickstarter campaign in any official capacity).

EDITOR’S NOTE: In June 2019, this podcast merged with the Damn Dirty Geeks Podcast and became The Damn Dirty Drive-in. These are our classic back catalog episodes, dating back to March 2016. Please enjoy! The new Drive-In podcast opens for business with original sketches, movie discussions, interviews, weird food tastings and more at Episode 168.

Dec 14 2016

1hr 34mins

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Rank #8: Episode 147 - Michael Slusher

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On this episode of the Revival League Podcast, Robb, Greg, Ryan and Deana chat about 2019 so far and how to get your hands on some cool merch from the MST3K live shows. Meanwhile, Ron chats with digital archivist Michael Slusher about "circulating the tapes" -- the way many people were first exposed to MST3K. And the gang dissects the cinematic Hindenburg explosion that is "Holmes and Watson". All this and Will Ferrell squandering years of audience goodwill, on this week's episode of the Revival League Podcast!

(This podcast does not represent Alternaversal, Shout Factory or the Kickstarter campaign in any official capacity).

EDITOR’S NOTE: In June 2019, this podcast merged with the Damn Dirty Geeks Podcast and became The Damn Dirty Drive-in. These are our classic back catalog episodes, dating back to March 2016. Please enjoy! The new Drive-In podcast opens for business with original sketches, movie discussions, interviews, weird food tastings and more at Episode 168.

Jan 09 2019

1hr 12mins

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Rank #9: Episode 148 - Dale Maxfield

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On this episode of the Revival League Podcast, Ron interviews K.C. area riffer Dale Maxfield, and Ryan explains to Robb that "the K.C. area riffer" is not a serial killer. Plus Robb, Ryan and Deana discuss the upcoming Commercial Spoof Retrospectacular, why Frankenstein shouldn't fight Godzilla, and whether Phil Collins deserved an Oscar for his terrible "Tarzan" song. All this and the answer to the Phil Collins question (spoiler: it's "no") on this episode of the Revival League Podcast!

(This podcast does not represent Alternaversal, Shout Factory or the Kickstarter campaign in any official capacity).

EDITOR’S NOTE: In June 2019, this podcast merged with the Damn Dirty Geeks Podcast and became The Damn Dirty Drive-in. These are our classic back catalog episodes, dating back to March 2016. Please enjoy! The new Drive-In podcast opens for business with original sketches, movie discussions, interviews, weird food tastings and more at Episode 168.

Jan 16 2019

1hr 6mins

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Rank #10: Episode 140 - The Room's Greg Sestero

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On this week’s episode of the Revival League Podcast, the studio is filled with the pitter patter of MSTie feet as the gang kicks off its Annual Turkey Day Get Together at the Dino Hotel! A slew of special guests join Greg and Ron to sample some rich and creamy Fireman’s Brew Root Beer and discuss their secret crushes! Also, the author of “The Disaster Artist” and co-star of “The Room,” Greg Sestero, makes a surprise visit to the Roof Lizard Lounge and talks about his past, his present, and his future, including his latest film “Best F(r)iends Vol. 2” with Tommy Wiseau! All this and a man being torn in half like a wishbone, on this week’s episode of the Revival League Podcast!

(This podcast does not represent Alternaversal, Shout Factory or the Kickstarter campaign in any official capacity).

EDITOR’S NOTE: In June 2019, this podcast merged with the Damn Dirty Geeks Podcast and became The Damn Dirty Drive-in. These are our classic back catalog episodes, dating back to March 2016. Please enjoy! The new Drive-In podcast opens for business with original sketches, movie discussions, interviews, weird food tastings and more at Episode 168.

Nov 21 2018

58mins

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Rank #11: Episode 107 - Dana Gould In "The Tragicall Historie Of Plan The IX, Part The Two"

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Hearken back to Renaissance England, when Queen Elizabeth I ruled, and Sir Francis Drake circled the globe, and the great playwright and Immortal Bard Edward D. Wood Jr. dominated the stage. The Revival League is proud to present, in radio play form, a classic production of Ed Wood's, "The Tragicall Historie of Plan the IX," with Dana Gould; original theme song by Greg "Storm" DiCostanzo of Paul and Storm; Tim Blaney from, "Men In Black" and "Short Circuit," Frank Dietz from "Zombie Nightmare," and Jackey Raye Neyman Jones from, "Manos: Hands of Fate." And be sure to check out Part 1, with more alien menaces, more undead ghouls, more stupid humans, and more Dana Gould!

(This podcast does not represent Alternaversal, Shout Factory or the Kickstarter campaign in any official capacity).

This radio play was adapted by Greg Tally and Ryan Smith from the theatrical play, “The Tragicall Historie of Plan the IX,” by Ryan D. Smith. Based upon the motion picture, “Plan 9 From Outer Space,” by Edward D. Wood, Jr. And the collected works of William Shakespeare. Dramatization produced and directed by Greg Tally, Robb Maynard and Ryan Smith. Voice Talent: ANNOUNCER 1: Jackey Neyman Jones; ANNOUNCER 2: Tonjia Atomic; CHETLEY BRICKLESTICK: Natalie Ryan; COL. Ryan Smith: Greg Tally; CRISWELL: Troy Schulze; JEFF TRENT: Robb Maynard; PAULA TRENT: Rebecca Herron; DANNY: Darren Hellwege; EROS: Dana Gould; TANNA: Jaime Flowers Ashley; EDITH: Quinn Keating; OLD OLD MAN: Ron McAdams; YOUNG OLD MAN: James Rohling; VAMPIRA: Rachel Jackson; INSPECTOR CLAY: Ryan D. Smith; LT. HARPER: Frank Dietz; PATROLMAN LARRY: James Rohling; PATROLMAN KELTON: Ben Haslar; PATROLMAN JAMIE: Willy T Golden; COL. EDWARDS: Ron McAdams; GEN. ROBERTS: Ron McAdams; RULER: Tim Blaney; FIRST SEXTON: Ron McAdams; SECOND SEXTON: James Rohling; REV. LYNN LEMON: James Young; FARMER: Ian Morrison; OPERATOR: Ben Haslar; FIRST MOURNER: Wily Golden; SECOND MOURNER: Kate Page; SOLDIER: Ian Morrison; MESSENGER: Ben Haslar; Music and sound supervision by Greg Tally; Original foley art and music by Robb Maynard. Audio editing by Ryan Smith. “Plan the IX Theme Song” by Storm diConstanzo; Vintage commercials produced by Ron McAdams. Vintage commercials written and performed by Jackey Neyman Jones, Ron McAdams, James Rohling, Natalie Ryan, Quinn Keating, Robb Maynard, Erica Rodriguez-Hylton, Cory M Hylton, Deana Dolphin, & Greg Tally. Radio play text copyright 2018 by Ryan Smith and Greg Tally. Commercial text copyright 2018 by Jackey Neyman Jones, Ron McAdams, James Rohling, Natalie Ryan, Quinn Keating, Robb Maynard, Erica Rodriguez-Hylton, Cory Hylton, Deana Dolphin, & Greg Tally. Stage play copyright 2018 by Ryan. D. Smith. Production copyright 2018 by Jefferson Hospitality, LLLP. Promotional artwork by Ryan Smith. For further inquiries about performing either play or radio play of the “Tragicall Historie of Plan the IX,” please contact PlanTheIX@gmail.com

EDITOR’S NOTE: In June 2019, this podcast merged with the Damn Dirty Geeks Podcast and became The Damn Dirty Drive-in. These are our classic back catalog episodes, dating back to March 2016. Please enjoy! The new Drive-In podcast opens for business with original sketches, movie discussions, interviews, weird food tastings and more at Episode 168.

Mar 27 2018

1hr 28mins

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Rank #12: Episode Forty-five - Elliott Kalan- Part II

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On this special Hawaiian episode of the Revival League Podcast, Greg continues his chat with Elliott Kalan, former head writer for The Daily Show and current head writer for Mystery Science Theater 3000! Elliott talks about the importance of satire, working with people like John Oliver and Stephen Colbert, and, of course, writing for MST3K! Meanwhile, Greg and Ryan defend the humble taro plant, discuss a horrible Elvis movie, and try an Australian ginger beer. Plus, James endures "King Dinosaur." All this and a priest who's afraid to admit he's lost his faith, on this week's episode of the Revival League Podcast!

(This podcast does not represent Alternaversal, Shout Factory or the Kickstarter campaign in any official capacity).

EDITOR’S NOTE: In June 2019, this podcast merged with the Damn Dirty Geeks Podcast and became The Damn Dirty Drive-in. These are our classic back catalog episodes, dating back to March 2016. Please enjoy! The new Drive-In podcast opens for business with original sketches, movie discussions, interviews, weird food tastings and more at Episode 168.

Jan 24 2017

1hr 38mins

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Rank #13: Episode Forty-Nine - MST3K Red Carpet Premiere

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Recording at the fabulous MSTie Movie Manor in the Hollywood Hills, it’s coast to coast coverage of the “Mystery Science Theater 3000” Red Carpet Premiere. From Manhattan to Wrigleyville to Hollywood, California, the Revival League Gang takes over New York diners, pizza parlors, soda shops and even Disneyland in a variety of meet ups. Greg attends the New York preview, and the whole crew descends upon the Cinerama Dome in L.A. to rub shoulders with Wil Wheaton, Felicia Day, Hampton Yount, Baron Vaughn, Joel Hodgson, Jonah Ray and many, many more! All this, plus an elaborately choreographed Busby Berkley swimming pool musical number, in this very special episode of the Revival League Podcast!

(This podcast does not represent Alternaversal, Shout Factory or the Kickstarter campaign in any official capacity).

EDITOR’S NOTE: In June 2019, this podcast merged with the Damn Dirty Geeks Podcast and became The Damn Dirty Drive-in. These are our classic back catalog episodes, dating back to March 2016. Please enjoy! The new Drive-In podcast opens for business with original sketches, movie discussions, interviews, weird food tastings and more at Episode 168.

Feb 24 2017

1hr 12mins

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Rank #14: Episode 122 - Patton Oswalt

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Recorded live on the set of season 12 of "Mystery Science Theater 3000" -- it's Patton Oswalt! TV's Son of TV's Frank chats with the gang about what it's like to be back for season 12, whether Max is dumber than Frank, and how "Watership Down" scarred a generation of unsuspecting kids. All this and a shockingly violent rabbit story, on this episode of the Revival League Podcast.

(This podcast does not represent Alternaversal, Shout Factory or the Kickstarter campaign in any official capacity).

EDITOR’S NOTE: In June 2019, this podcast merged with the Damn Dirty Geeks Podcast and became The Damn Dirty Drive-in. These are our classic back catalog episodes, dating back to March 2016. Please enjoy! The new Drive-In podcast opens for business with original sketches, movie discussions, interviews, weird food tastings and more at Episode 168.

Jul 18 2018

35mins

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Rank #15: Episode 169 - Damn Dirty Debut: Torture Escalation/Dan's Day in Heaven

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It's the official world premiere of The Damn Dirty Drive-In! On this episode, Rebecca Hanson is prepared to go to any lengths to get the information she needs from Greg Sestero in "Torture Escalation", and a newly dead man (Tim Ryder) is given a tour of a less-than-perfect heaven by St. Peter (Rico E. Anderson) in "Dan's Day in Heaven". Plus, Ryan and Robb chat about the new format, Greg shows up for announcements and is promptly thrown out, Erik force-feeds the gang some summer sausage, and Frank Dietz drops by to discuss the merger with Damn Dirty Geeks. All this and a mutant sloth who's on vacation, because holy smokes, this joke is getting old, on this episode of The Damn Dirty Drive-In!

Jun 19 2019

1hr 2mins

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Rank #16: Episode Forty-four - Joel Hodgson

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On this very special Hawaii episode of the Revival League Podcast: JOEL. EFFING. HODGSON. That's right, we finally got him! The great Joel Hodgson, creator of Mystery Science Theater 3000, chats with Greg and Ryan about getting the new season off the ground, the Kickstarter, and more! Meanwhile, in Maui, Greg and Ryan drive along cliffside roads, the guys discuss the abomination that is "The Blue Lagoon" -- as well as the abominations that are tourists -- and James tackles "Code Name Diamond Head." All this and a dog sadly searching the horizon for an owner who's never coming back, this week on the Revival League Podcast!

(This podcast does not represent Alternaversal, Shout Factory or the Kickstarter campaign in any official capacity).

EDITOR’S NOTE: In June 2019, this podcast merged with the Damn Dirty Geeks Podcast and became The Damn Dirty Drive-in. These are our classic back catalog episodes, dating back to March 2016. Please enjoy! The new Drive-In podcast opens for business with original sketches, movie discussions, interviews, weird food tastings and more at Episode 168.

Jan 17 2017

1hr 41mins

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Rank #17: Episode Twenty - Mona DePlume

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Ever wanted to contemplate Zap Rowsdower, Torgo or Tom Servo indulging in a sultry strip tease? Then prepare to pop a pastie and embark on a journey of arealogical, autoerotical, tubular boobular joy with an all MST3K-themed burlesque show! Ryan and Greg sit down with show organizer and performer extraordinaire Miss Mona De Plume. Mona is the mad genius behind Portland, Oregon’s “We've got Boobie Sign – A Burlesque Tribute to MST3K.” Mona decided to see what happens when burlesque lands on the Satellite of Love. Trust us, the results are spectacular! In “Cheesy Movies We’d Like to See Riffed,” the gang tackles a bandolier and mankini-wearing Sean Connery in the cinematic madness that is, “Zardoz.” And in the “Mini Soda Review,” the fellas wake up by quaffing World Market’s Coffee Soda, while reviewer James reviews the non-movie, “Monster A Go Go” in his “Reviewers in the MSTie” segment. All this and more in this PG-13, slightly NSFW-edition of the podcast!

(This podcast does not represent Alternaversal, Shout Factory or the Kickstarter campaign in any official capacity).

EDITOR’S NOTE: In June 2019, this podcast merged with the Damn Dirty Geeks Podcast and became The Damn Dirty Drive-in. These are our classic back catalog episodes, dating back to March 2016. Please enjoy! The new Drive-In podcast opens for business with original sketches, movie discussions, interviews, weird food tastings and more at Episode 168.

Aug 12 2016

1hr 27mins

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Rank #18: Episode Ninety-six - MST3K Season 11 Director Rob Cohen, Part 1

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Ryan, Ron and Greg chat things up in the first official Revival League Podcast of 2018! The guest interview is with veteran Hollywood director Rob Cohen, who co-directed Season 11 of “Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return” with show creator Joel Hodgson. The podcast gang discusses their podcasting intensive in frigid, thirty-degree “bomb cyclone” Orlando, Florida; the peculiarities of the Magic Kingdom’s Hall of Presidents, Rifftrax’s upcoming London show, as well as a much delayed discussion of “Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi,” and how it relates to the revamped Star Tours ride. Plus, they try a Malta soda from Southeastern grocery-store chain Publix. All this, and a avaricious cartoon mouse not-so-subtly picking a tourist’s pocket of absolutely everything, including the gum wrappers and pocket lint, on this episode of the Revival League Podcast!

(This podcast does not represent Alternaversal, Shout Factory or the Kickstarter campaign in any official capacity).

EDITOR’S NOTE: In June 2019, this podcast merged with the Damn Dirty Geeks Podcast and became The Damn Dirty Drive-in. These are our classic back catalog episodes, dating back to March 2016. Please enjoy! The new Drive-In podcast opens for business with original sketches, movie discussions, interviews, weird food tastings and more at Episode 168.

Jan 10 2018

1hr 29mins

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Rank #19: Episode 188 - Halloween Horror Movie Roundup + The New Patient

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On this Halloween episode of The Damn Dirty Drive-In, Robb, Ryan, Erik and Ian chat about good horror movies, bad horror movies, and the difference between Shirley Jackson's "The Haunting of Hill House", the 1963 classic film, "The Haunting", and the 1999 Liam Neeson movie that had the same title but managed to ruin everything good about the original. Plus, a psychiatrist deals with an unusual patient in "The New Patient", a new comedy sketch written by Ryan Smith and featuring Robb, Ryan, Erik and Ian. And in The Damn Dirty Deli, Erik force-feeds the gang bugs. Again. All this and a mutant sloth buying a sports car as part of a midlife crisis, on this week's episode of The Damn Dirty Drive-In!

Oct 29 2019

55mins

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Rank #20: Episode 124 - The Mads Monster Bracket Challenge

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On this episode of the Revival League Podcast, match wits with the Mads as Trace Beaulieu, Frank Conniff and Carolina Hidalgo count down the greatest monsters from classic films and MST3K! Will Dracula beat the Wolfman? Will Trumpy best the Creeping Terror? And are your own brackets close to the Mads' final picks? Listen to find out! All this and a shockingly crude hobgoblin puppet, on this week's episode of the Revival League Podcast!

(This podcast does not represent Alternaversal, Shout Factory or the Kickstarter campaign in any official capacity).

EDITOR’S NOTE: In June 2019, this podcast merged with the Damn Dirty Geeks Podcast and became The Damn Dirty Drive-in. These are our classic back catalog episodes, dating back to March 2016. Please enjoy! The new Drive-In podcast opens for business with original sketches, movie discussions, interviews, weird food tastings and more at Episode 168.

Aug 01 2018

43mins

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Summer Encore Series - Jonah Ray On MST3K Season Eleven

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Next up in our summer encore series is an episode that aired way back in 2017, when the podcast went by a different name, and starring ‘Mystery Science theater 3000” show host Jonah Ray. Jonah sits down with the original cast of the Damn Dirty Drive Drive-In, featuring Greg Tally and Ryan Smith.

Jun 30 2020

1hr 37mins

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Summer Encore Series - Felicia Day

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Next up in our summer encore series of is an episode that aired way back in 2017, when the podcast went by a different name, when the gang sat down with comedian Felicia Day. The second cast of the Damn Dirty Drive Drive-In featured Greg Tally, Ryan Smith, and Kate Page.

Jun 23 2020

1hr 43mins

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Summer Encore Series - Patton Oswalt

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Next up in our summer encore series is an episode that aired way back in 2018, when the podcast went by a different name, and showcases an interview with Comedian Patton Oswalt. It was recorded on the set of Season 12 of Mystery Science Theater 3000,” at the historic Raleigh Studios in Hollywood, California. This represents the third cast of the Damn Dirty Drive Drive-In, featuring Ryan Smith, Ron McAdams, James Rohling and Robb Maynard, and was produced by Greg Tally. (With special guest host appearance with Ian Morrison)!

Jun 16 2020

36mins

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Summer Encore Series - Soda Tasting with Joel Hodgson and Ivan Askwith

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First up in our summer encore series of, “Damn Dirty Drive-In” is an episode that aired way back in 2017, when the podcast went by a very different name, and involving a good-old fashioned Soda Tasting with Joel Hodgson and Ivan Askwith. The second cast of the Damn Dirty Drive Drive-In featured Greg Tally, Ryan Smith, and Kate Page, who replaced Blake Sanchez on the show.

Jun 11 2020

1hr 36mins

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Summer Off For Much Needed Break

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Hey folks! After four and a half years of podcasting, we're tired and in need of a break. All of us at the Damn Dirty Drive-In (and our mutant sloth) are taking a few months to regroup, write, and recharge. See you in a couple of months! Toodles!

Jun 09 2020

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Episode 217 - "The Tale of How Beowulf Procured Much Mead-Stock" + ROJ: "Osmosis Jones"

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This week, on the Damn Dirty Drive-In, Ben, Robb, and Ryan Luis Rodriguez from the Coolness Chronicles podcast premiere a new sketch written by special guest K.M. Rice, entitled “The Tale of How Beowulf Procured Much Mead-Stock!” Also, Daniel Vincent Bigelow drops by to discuss his work on the animation for The Claudette’s music video, “The Sun Will Fool You.” Then, on the Reels of Justice, the 2001 live-action/animated film “Osmosis Jones” is put on trial for its life. And finally, Erik subjects the gang to Matcha IPA on the Damn Dirty Deli! All this and a mutant sloth struggling to explain its browser history to its poor, disturbed mother, on the Damn Dirty Drive-In!

May 19 2020

1hr 12mins

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Episode 216 - "Wine Pairing" with Theresa Gallagher and Jackie Monahan

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On this episode of The Damn Dirty Drive-In, Robb, Ben and special guest Ryan Luis Rodriguez, host of The Coolness Chronicles, chat about the recent MST3K live riff, then spend WAYYY too much time discussing the pros and cons of various "Invisible Man" movies. Plus, Theresa Gallagher and Jackie Monahan face off in "Wine Pairing", a new sketch by Greg Tally. Then Erik and Ben treat the gang to something called "oyster stout" in The Damn Dirty Deli. All this and a mutant sloth frantically trying to get Microsoft Teams to work, on this week's episode of The Damn Dirty Drive-In!

May 12 2020

1hr 8mins

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Episode 215 - Reels of Justice: Ghostbusters II + Jackey Neyman Jones + "Today is the First Day"

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On this week’s Damn Dirty Drive-In, Greg, Ben and Robb are joined by special guest Ryan Luis Rodriguez, from the Coolness Chronicles podcast, to indict the 1989 comedy sequel “Ghostbusters II” on the Reels of Justice. Also, Jackey Neyman Jones from “Manos: The Hands of Fate” stops by to discuss the premiere of “Manos Returns” on Amazon Prime streaming. Plus, the gang debuts a brand new sketch entitled “Today is the First Day,” featuring Kevin Caliber Thomsen, Jeremiah Benjamin, Jack Bennett, and Robb Maynard. And finally, on the Damn Dirty Deli, Erik treats the entire gang to a refreshing batch of Aloe Vera Drink (yum yum)! All this and a mutant sloth who just wants some friggin’ Ecto Cooler already, on the Damn Dirty Drive-In!

May 05 2020

1hr 40mins

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Episode 214 - Reels of Justice: Gamera: GotU + Matt Gallagher & Jackie Monahan in "Bumper Buddies"

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On this episode of The Damn Dirty Drive-In, Robb, Greg, Deana and Ben tackle "Gamera: Guardian of the Universe" in Reels of Justice. Then, Matt Gallagher, Jackie Monahan, and a host of others star in "Bumper Buddies", a new sketch by Greg Tally. And Erik treats the gang to some garlic dill cheese curds in a brand new Damn Dirty Deli. All this and a mutant sloth wondering why the hell HE never gets to star in a kaiju movie, on this week's episode of The Damn Dirty Drive-In!

Apr 29 2020

1hr 16mins

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Episode 213 - "Kill Bob Hope Dot Com" + Alexis Iacono + Reels Of Justice: Gone in 60 Seconds

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On this week’s Damn Dirty Drive-In, Greg, Ben and Robb debut the new sketch “Kill Bob Hope Dot Com!” Plus, Producer Alexis Iacono drops by to discuss the upcoming remote Scripts Gone Wild shows on YouTube! Then, the gang puts the 2000 Nicholas Cage film “Gone in 60 Seconds” on trial in an all-new Reels of Justice! And finally, Erik tempts us all with the Chocolate Bar From Hell on the Damn Dirty Deli! All this and a mutant sloth belting out ‘O Fortuna,’ on the Damn Dirty Drive-In!

Apr 21 2020

1hr 34mins

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Episode 212 - EASTER ENCORE: "Do Rabbots Dream of Electric Cheepz?: The FINAL Cut"

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A special Easter Encore of "Do Rabbots Dream of Electric Cheepz?: The Final Cut!"

Described as “half-‘Blade Runner’, half-‘Watership Down’, and half-insanity” (which is too many halves), “Do Rabbots Dream of Electric Cheepz?: The Final Cut” is an edge-of-your-seat thrill ride into a futuristic dystopia populated by intelligent rabbits and their chocolate vassals.

This original sci-fi comedy is a work of satire based upon or inspired by Ridley Scott's motion picture “Blade Runner,” Phillip K. Dick's novel “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?,” Karel Čapek's 1920 stage play “Rossum's Universal Robots,” and Richard Adam's novel “Watership Down.”

Written by Robb Maynard and featuring the vocal talents of Tim Blaney (“Men In Black,” “Short Circuit”), Frank Dietz (“Zombie Nightmare”), Carolina Hidalgo (“The Mads Are Back! Podcast,” “SiriusXM”), Jackey Raye Neyman Jones (“Manos: The Hands of Fate”), and all the rest of your favorite Damn Dirty Drive-In Regulars(if any).

(This podcast does not represent Alternaversal, Shout Factory or the Kickstarter campaign in any official capacity).

Apr 15 2020

2hr 17mins

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Episode 211 - Rico E. Anderson in "The Buttermint Seven"

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On this week’s episode of the Damn Dirty Drive-In, Greg and Robb are joined by special guest Ron McAdams, as they debut a brand new sketch starring Rico E. Anderson, a gritty, edge-of-your-seat heist story titled “the Buttermint Seven!” Then, on the Damn Dirty Deli, Erik treats the gang to some Sikhye Rice Punch (yum yum)! All this and a mutant sloth who hopes to one day be the next big holiday animal mascot, on the Damn Dirty Drive-In!

Apr 15 2020

36mins

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Episode 210 - It's the Masque of the Polychrome Death, Eddie Poe!

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Holy Phantasmagoria! In the third installment of the Eddie Poe series, the Poe-nuts find themselves besieged by a polychromatic pandemic! What a perfect time to throw a party! But when an uninvited guest crashes the festivities, will Eddie Poe and the rest of the gang be able to shake off its infectious influence?

“It’s the Masque of the Polychrome Death, Eddie Poe!” is a parody inspired by the works of Charles M. Schulz, and Edgar Allan Poe’s The Masque of the Red Death. Written and directed by Robb Maynard.

Featuring the vocal talents of Greg Tally, Ron McAdams, Liane Dietz, Rico E. Anderson, Jennifer Lynn Warren, Kate Page, Ryan Smith, Robb Maynard, Tim Blaney, Kirk R. Thatcher, and Frank Dietz as Gothic Horror Cartoonist Edgar Allan Poe.

Original “Bossa Nova Walking Theme” by Willy T. Golden. Promotional Artwork by Daniel Vincent Bigelow.

Apr 08 2020

47mins

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Episode 209 - Kirk R. Thatcher in "Shorts in a Bunch: Word Salad"

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Not going anywhere for a spell? Help while away the hours by catching up on the most recent sketches from the Damn Dirty Drive-In in our latest compilation, “Shorts in a Bunch: Word Salad!”

This collection has it all. Renowned detectives bragging! Vampire brides nagging! Old people shagging! Plus, the sentient, shape-shifting stomach of a Zamphronian Devil Worm from Dimension X!

Featuring Rico E. Anderson, Jeremiah Benjamin, Jack Bennett, Maritza Cabrera, Charles Chudabala, Tiffany Yvonne Cox, Deana Dolphin, Trish Geiger, Willie T. Golden, Ben Haslar, Caitlin Kazepis, Erik Koski, Pablo Lewin, Robb Maynard, Ian Morrison, Marisa Parks, Adam Smith, Ryan Smith, Lara Jean Sullivan, Kirk R. Thatcher, Kevin Caliber Thomsen, and Jennifer Lynn Warren.

Written by Robb Maynard, Ryan Smith, Greg Tally, Adam Smith, Zoe Plait, and Robert Campbell. Directed by Robb Maynard and Ryan Smith. Original music by Willy T. Golden. Acid Trance by Shane Ivers, courtesy of silvermansound.com. Antonio Vivaldi’s Spring Movement I by John Harrison and the Wichita State University Chamber Players, courtesy of the Internet Archives at archive.org.

Mar 31 2020

1hr 23mins

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Episode 208 - "Kidz Newz Now!" + "Hash vs. The Evil Deadheads" + "Don't Make A Wish"

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On this episode of The Damn Dirty Drive-In, Ryan, Greg and Robb all stay the Hell inside while strongly urging you to stay the Hell inside too. Also, we premiere three brand new sketches! First, Kidz Newz anchors Jennifer Lynn Warren and Jeremiah Benjamin send correspondent Charles Chudabala to dangerous and exotic locales in “Kidz Newz Now!” Then, Kevin Caliber Thomsen and Caitlin Kazepis battle hordes of undead hippies in “Hash Vs. The Evil Deadheads.” And finally, Marisa Parks has a big surprise for her terminally ill son Maritza Cabrera in “Don’t Make A Wish!” Plus, Erik foists Larvets Worm Snacks on the gang while laughing maniacally on the Damn Dirty Deli! All this and a mutant sloth, laying on his couch, binge watching Twin Peaks, because he understands proper social distancing, on this week’s episode of The Damn Dirty Drive-In!

Mar 26 2020

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Episode 207 - Social Distancing + "The Grammy Awards" and "Mister Nelson's House"

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On this episode of The Damn Dirty Drive-In, Ryan and Robb phone in remotely to practice social distancing, and debate whether Roger Moore's Bond movies were any good. Plus, Robb, Ryan and Willie T. Golden navigate the perils of fame in "The Grammy Awards", a new sketch written by Robb Maynard. Then, Pablo Lewin, Robb and Jack Bennett navigate the perils of doing a PBS children's show in "Mister Nelson's House", a new sketch written by Ryan Smith. And Erik treats the gang on an all-new Damn Dirty Deli. All this and slightly more on this week's episode of The Damn Dirty Drive-In!

Mar 19 2020

52mins

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Episode 206 - Dana Gould in "The Tragicall Historie of Plan the IX: Pt. 2"

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Hearken back to Renaissance England, when Queen Elizabeth I ruled, and Sir Francis Drake circled the globe, and the great playwright and Immortal Bard Edward D. Wood Jr. dominated the stage. The Damn Dirty Drive-In is proud to present, in radio play form, Part Two of our encore performance of Ed Wood's "The Tragicall Historie of Plan the IX," with Dana Gould; original theme song by Greg "Storm" DiCostanzo of Paul and Storm; Tim Blaney from "Men In Black" and "Short Circuit," Frank Dietz from "Zombie Nightmare," and Jackey Raye Neyman Jones from, "Manos: Hands of Fate."

Mar 11 2020

1hr 28mins

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Episode 205 - Dana Gould in "The Tragicall Historie of Plan the IX: Part 1" -- Encore performance

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Hearken back to Renaissance England, when Queen Elizabeth I ruled, and Sir Francis Drake circled the globe, and the great playwright and Immortal Bard Edward D. Wood Jr. dominated the stage. The Damn Dirty Drive-In is proud to present, in radio play form, an encore performance of Ed Wood's "The Tragicall Historie of Plan the IX," with Dana Gould; original theme song by Greg "Storm" DiCostanzo of Paul and Storm; Tim Blaney from "Men In Black" and "Short Circuit," Frank Dietz from "Zombie Nightmare," and Jackey Raye Neyman Jones from, "Manos: Hands of Fate." And be sure to tune in next week for Part 2, with more alien menaces, more undead ghouls, more stupid humans, and much more Dana Gould!

Mar 05 2020

1hr 36mins

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Episode 204: Reels of Justice - Showgirls + The Fertility Clinic

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On this episode of The Damn Dirty Drive-In, Deana, Robb, Ryan and Ben talk way too much about poisoned nipples, and on "Reels of Justice", the gang takes on the infamous "Saved By the Bell" sequel, "Showgirls". Plus, things get awkward for a new patient in "The Fertility Clinic", a new sketch written by Ryan Smith and starring Rico E. Anderson, Tiffany Yvonne Cox, Kirk R. Thatcher and Trish Geiger. Then Erik force-feeds the gang on The Damn Dirty Deli. All this and even more discussion of poisoned nipples, on this week's episode of The Damn Dirty Drive-In!

(Music: Acid Trance by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com)

Feb 26 2020

1hr 54mins

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Episode 203: Reels of Justice: Ghost In The Shell + Little Women

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On this episode of The Damn Dirty Drive-In, we tackle the controversial live-action remake of anime classic "Ghost in the Shell" on Reels of Justice. Plus, Greta Gerwig gets a few studio notes in "Little Women", a new sketch written by Robb Maynard and starring Jennifer Lynn Warren and Ryan Smith. Then, Erik and the gang sample Turkish delight in the Damn Dirty Deli. All this and a discussion of whether Socrates got what was coming to him, on this week's episode of The Damn Dirty Drive-In!

Feb 18 2020

1hr 53mins

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Episodes 101, 106 & 107 = comedy classics

By EveKaua'i - Feb 26 2020
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Ok so though i can’t handle the rambling format of most of the shows, the above-named Episodes are well worth the wait! Witty, smart and hilarious spoofs of Charlie Brown,Edgar Allen Poe, Ed Wood & Shakespeare are hard to find...actually, probably don’t exist elsewhere; thoroughly recommend. 1 star for the regular shows, 4.5 stars for those 3 episodes.😎👍 Plus, am (mostly) loving the new Reels of Justice segments! Genuinely thought-provoking and fun.

In the not so distant future.

By Russell Carlsen - Mar 07 2016
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Good start. Can't wait to see what they do next. Give it a listen!