The original pilot to Green Light, Red Light, we decided to release this second, because Hausu was such a ridiculous bit of nonsense, but we couldn’t not release it after what we put Eric through. For episode 2, we tackle the 1988 Nicolas Cage movie Vampire’s Kiss. If you ever wondered where the creepy Nic Cage meme came from, you’ve now found it. That’s this movie. It’s actually one of the less weird things Cage does throughout the film. Check it out!
I’ve seen the future, and it’s “Season of the Witch!”
The CPC team is back! In this episode, we start Chapter 2 of the current campaign with an outbreak of zombies in the neighborhood of Ravenswood, home to some of Chicago’s oldest cemeteries. I do some unnecessary voices, and then Chuck tells us about the allowable distances relative to Chuck’s position for ocular irrigation. It’s a hoot!
Oh, BTW, in case you’re one of those people that reads these intros, go check out our new podcast! Sammy from this very show is hosting a movie podcast called Green Light, Red Light, where we watch bad movies and then deal with the psychic backlash thereof. Check it out here!
For episode 2, we tackle the 1988 Nicolas Cage movie Vampire’s Kiss. By this point, Nic Cage had already starred in films like Moonstruck and Raising Arizona, so we knew he was capable of something good, but things take a sharp turn to the absurd in this movie that launched a thousand memes. Seriously, that creepy Nic Cage staring meme? That’s this movie. It’s actually one of the less weird things Cage does throughout the film. Check it out!
I’m telling you, man, I’m going to win an Oscar in 1995!
Vampire’s Kiss is available from Amazon as part of a double feature pack with another vampire based comedy, Once Bitten. That one may be a future episode, too.
Welcome to the first full episode of Green Light, Red Light! This week’s movie is House or Hausu, a 1977 Japanese “horror” movie that follows 7 girls as they try to survive the night in a haunted house intent on eating them. That’s the easy description, though the movie defies almost any attempt to classify it.
Welcome to the first minisode for Green Light, Red Light! In this episode, we’ll introduce ourselves, tell you a little about how the show is going to work, and preview our first movie, the 1977 Japanese “horror” film House.
We’ve been working on this for a while, and now we’re very excited to present our newest podcast, Green Light, Red Light, a podcast where we watch bad movies, hoping they’re so bad, they’re good. In each episode, Sammy Kampersal from 2 Guys, a Girl, and a Goblin hosts, joined by Jim Kliss, also of 2 Guys, a Girl, and a Goblin, and Nate Sullivan, along with a rotating special guest. At the end of the show, we’ll ask the panel to give one of three verdicts on the films: Green Light – You should definitely see this movie, Yellow Light – If it’s available, you should watch a “best of” compilation, or Red Light – Avoid at all costs.
The format of GLRL will be like some other movie related podcasts, where we’ll release minisodes talking about what we’ll be watching next, with full length episodes to follow.
Our heroes have helped Peg Leg Johnny hobble on to the next world and reunited two star crossed lovers, so now there’s just one more task to complete: shaking the hand of mystery. Plus: Jim finds a recipe for fudge in his notebook. All this and more in this exciting episode!
Here’s the link to the video we reference at the beginning of the podcast: Link
Having helped the “Al Capone” ghost to his final rest, our heroes turn our attention to the wandering ghost on the 8th floor and Peg Leg Johnny. True love! Confused hotel employees! Tables! All this and more in this exciting episode!
Chuck lives! Our heroes have survived their battle and put down the evil Nazi ghosts, and now they’re on to tackling the other, considerably less threatening ghosts of the Legislative Plaza Hotel. Excitement! Adventure! Elevators! All this and more in this exciting episode!
In our last episode, the team headed over to the Legislative Plaza Hotel, did some research at the library, visited an old, dying detective and are on the verge of maybe getting their defender killed by ghosts. We ended the last episode with Chuck making his saving throw to see if plummets 120 feet to his death. Let’s hope he rolls well!