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Welcome to the complete collection of Yeah, It's That Bad, containing every episode previously uploaded to iTunes, as well as every premium episode and After Dark special. Yeah, It's That Bad was a movie podcast that reviewed movies that are considered to be awful remakes, box office bombs, useless sequels, and other critically hated films. At the end of each episode, Joel, Martin, and Kevin ask the question: "Is it really that bad"?

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Welcome to the complete collection of Yeah, It's That Bad, containing every episode previously uploaded to iTunes, as well as every premium episode and After Dark special. Yeah, It's That Bad was a movie podcast that reviewed movies that are considered to be awful remakes, box office bombs, useless sequels, and other critically hated films. At the end of each episode, Joel, Martin, and Kevin ask the question: "Is it really that bad"?

iTunes Ratings

195 Ratings
Average Ratings
167
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15

Everything I like in a movie podcast

By Buddy_McCue - Mar 08 2020
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They stay on subject, they do unusual movies, they make me laugh, and they do research.

One trillion out of five stars

By Drewcifer Jones - Mar 23 2019
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I miss you YITB. At least I can relive the beefcake inside joke telling podcast.

iTunes Ratings

195 Ratings
Average Ratings
167
5
5
3
15

Everything I like in a movie podcast

By Buddy_McCue - Mar 08 2020
Read more
They stay on subject, they do unusual movies, they make me laugh, and they do research.

One trillion out of five stars

By Drewcifer Jones - Mar 23 2019
Read more
I miss you YITB. At least I can relive the beefcake inside joke telling podcast.
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Yeah, It's That Bad - Complete Archive

Latest release on May 24, 2015

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Welcome to the complete collection of Yeah, It's That Bad, containing every episode previously uploaded to iTunes, as well as every premium episode and After Dark special. Yeah, It's That Bad was a movie podcast that reviewed movies that are considered to be awful remakes, box office bombs, useless sequels, and other critically hated films. At the end of each episode, Joel, Martin, and Kevin ask the question: "Is it really that bad"?

Rank #1: Twilight

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In 2008, Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson starred in this adaptation of the super successful novel of the same name by Stephanie Meyers. Twilight is an extremely controversial subject, with an equal amount of haters and supporters on each side. We toss our two cents in the ring and ask the question: is it really that bad?

May 23 2015

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Rank #2: Watchmen

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Although it has a fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes, there are few that believe Watchmen lived up to its potential, and even less that believe it lived up to its source material.

May 23 2015

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Rank #3: Green Lantern

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Ryan Reynolds starred in 2011's Green Lantern, now considered to be one of the worst comic-book movies ever made. Should DC fans at least have given it a pass?

May 23 2015

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Rank #4: Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

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In 2008, movie fan's prayers were seemingly answered when the latest installment of the Indiana Jones series was released, but just like the Star Wars prequels, this movie was met with extreme backlash and hatred from all sides. We take a look at the movie that ruined the internet's collective childhood, and see if it really is as bad as people say.

May 23 2015

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Rank #5: Batman and Robin

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Batman is a character that was born to be in movies, and one of the most anticipated films of 1997 was the sequel to Batman Forever: Batman and Robin. This movie is infamous for its campy tone and silly style. It has been said that this film nearly killed the Batman franchise, but is it really that bad?

May 23 2015

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Rank #6: Starship Troopers

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In 1997, Starship Troopers dazzled audiences with its interesting special effects, but was there more beneath the surface of this action movie?

May 23 2015

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Rank #7: Batman Forever

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In 1995, the Batman film franchise got a new director and a new Batman; did these changes save or sink the series?

May 23 2015

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Rank #8: Donnie Darko

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We continue our exploration into the works of Richard Kelly with his 2001 cult classic Donnie Darko.

May 23 2015

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Rank #9: Godzilla

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In 1998, the master of disaster Roland Emmerich directed a summer blockbuster based on the classic movie monster Godzilla. The film failed to excite movie goers, and it managed to anger a legion of Godzilla fans worldwide.

May 23 2015

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Rank #10: The Mummy

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The Mummy was meant to be a fun, Indiana Jones style adventure story starring Brendan Fraser. The movie was a box office success back in 1999, but critics were divided in their opinions. Can Brendan Fraser carry a multi-million dollar summer blockbuster?

May 23 2015

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Rank #11: Twister

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In 1996, Twister blew into theaters and quickly became a financial success, but this special effects blockbuster was not well received by critics.

May 23 2015

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Rank #12: The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1

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Bella Swan and Edward Cullen attain dizzying new heights of romantic bliss in this penultimate installment of the Twilight Saga.

May 23 2015

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Rank #13: Battleship

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In 2012, Hasbro continued their relentless mission to turn random toys into movies, but does Battleship stack up to its spiritual predecessor, Transformers?

May 23 2015

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Rank #14: The Happening

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Much has been said about M. Night Shyamalan; his first film was met with much acclaim from critics and movie goers alike. But as his filmography progressed, his supporters quickly turned against him, making M. Night as one of the most polarizing directors of our generation. 2008's The Happening received an extreme level of hatred from all sides, but is it really that bad?

May 23 2015

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Rank #15: Saw

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In 2004, a small independent horror film about a serial killer that creates elaborate traps for his victims took the world by storm. The series spawned multiple sequels, but the vast majority of them are disliked by critics. We take a look at the first installment of this popular franchise.

May 23 2015

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Rank #16: The Twilight Saga: New Moon

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We celebrate our 50th episode by watching the sequel to one of the first movies we ever watched for the podcast. The Twilight series has its fair share of lovers and haters; we dive into New Moon to see if it really is as bad as some people claim it is.

May 23 2015

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Rank #17: Mortal Kombat

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Mortal Kombat was an extremely popular video game during the early 90's. Millions of kids around the world became hooked on its fun gameplay and shocking violence. It was only inevitable that something so popular would spawn a movie adaptation, but is Mortal Kombat a Flawless Victory, or does it deserve to be dumped into The Pit?

May 23 2015

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Rank #18: Showgirls

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With its NC-17 rating, gratuitous sex and nudity, Showgirls quickly became one of the most controversial movies of 1995. Despite all the hype surrounding it, the movie bombed at the box office and received extremely negative reviews. Ultimately, Showgirls found new life on home video and is now widely regarded as a cult classic; does this movie deserve to be "so bad, it's good", or is it just bad?

May 23 2015

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Rank #19: The Twilight Saga: Eclipse

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In honor of our 75th episode, we dive back into the world of Twilight and catch up with Bella and the gang.

May 23 2015

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Rank #20: The Amityville Horror

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Michael Bay's Platinum Dunes has made a name for itself remaking horror classics for a new generation. The Amityville Horror starring Ryan Reynolds was one of their earliest attempts. Did it pay off?

May 23 2015

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Final Episode

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Thanks for listening! (Complete Archive uploaded by Jon F. Email me at yeahitsthatbadshow@gmail.com, or follow me on Twitter @Grizeus)

May 24 2015

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The Mummy Returns

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We continue our look at the works of Stephen Sommers and Brendan Fraser in this 2001 follow up to The Mummy.

May 24 2015

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Anaconda

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In 1997, Jennifer Lopez starred in this supposed cult classic about a giant snake in the jungle. Does this movie deserve the "so bad, it's good" praise it gets?

May 24 2015

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The Island

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Michael Bay tends to shoot film first and ask questions later, but 2005's The Island dared to explore deep philosophical ideas and concepts.

May 24 2015

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The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

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We continue our look at the Platinum Dunes series of horror remakes with 2003's Texas Chainsaw Massacre.

May 24 2015

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The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2

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We conclude our exploration into the world of Twilight with Breaking Dawn - Part 2! Come join us as we say goodbye to Bella Swan and Forks, Washington.

May 24 2015

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Fantastic Four

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We continue our exploration of comic-book movies with 2005's Fantastic Four, a film that neither comic-book fans nor critics enjoyed.

May 24 2015

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Rocky IV

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In 1985, the Cold War was heating up, and Hollywood was eager to pander to anti-soviet sentiment. Rocky IV was given mixed reviews by critics, but was a box office smash hit. The Yeah, It's That Bad team dives deep into this piece of Americana to find out if this is a typical action movie sequel, or something more.

May 24 2015

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The English Patient

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In 1996, The English Patient was released to universal critical acclaim, yet it proved to be extremely polarizing with average moviegoers. We decide once and for all if this movie deserved its nine Academy Awards.

May 24 2015

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After Dark 9: Meeting Shane Carruth

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In this episode of After Dark, we ignorantly discuss deep philosophical issues and tell the tale of when we met film director Shane Carruth.

May 24 2015

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Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl

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In 2003, Johnny Depp starred in the first of the mega-successful Pirates of the Caribbean movies, a series of films beloved by people the world over... except for one member of the Yeah, It's That Bad team.

May 23 2015

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Starship Troopers

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In 1997, Starship Troopers dazzled audiences with its interesting special effects, but was there more beneath the surface of this action movie?

May 23 2015

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Antichrist

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In 2009, Lars von Trier released Antichrist, a film so shocking that it divided critics and moviegoers alike.

May 23 2015

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The Fifth Element

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In 1997, The Fifth Element confused audiences and critics alike with its over-the-top depiction of the future. The film has achieved a cult following over the years, but a member of the Yeah, It's That Bad crew does not share the love.

May 23 2015

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The Lawnmower Man

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When The Lawnmower Man was released to theaters in 1992, audiences were wowed by its state-of-the-art visual effects, but critics were less than impressed. We investigate this film to find out if it was truly ahead of its time.

May 23 2015

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After Dark 8: Luxury Keyboards

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Enjoy this After Dark special while you wait for The Lawnmower Man to boot up.

May 23 2015

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V for Vendetta

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We continue our exploration into the film adaptations of Alan Moore's graphic novels. How will this film stand up against Watchmen and The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen?

May 23 2015

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Mindhunters

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We continue our exploration into the world of Val Kilmer films with 2004's Mindhunters.

May 23 2015

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Cube

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We review the Canadian cult classic: Cube.

May 23 2015

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Twister

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In 1996, Twister blew into theaters and quickly became a financial success, but this special effects blockbuster was not well received by critics.

May 23 2015

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iTunes Ratings

195 Ratings
Average Ratings
167
5
5
3
15

Everything I like in a movie podcast

By Buddy_McCue - Mar 08 2020
Read more
They stay on subject, they do unusual movies, they make me laugh, and they do research.

One trillion out of five stars

By Drewcifer Jones - Mar 23 2019
Read more
I miss you YITB. At least I can relive the beefcake inside joke telling podcast.