To close out the Halloween specials, the Jury takes you back to 1986 to review the British made for TV movie “The Worst Witch” starring Tim Curry, Diana Rigg, Charlotte Rae, and Fairuza Balk. Then they bring you right back to 2015 to review the recently released comic “Trick r Treat: Days of the Dead”. Happy Halloween.
Handsome Dan gives his thoughts on Alberto Del Rio’s return to WWE and the effect it will have on Lucha Underground. Also, a move executed during the Divas’ Championship match at Hell In A Cell gets our host on a rant about the subtle art form of professional wrestling and just how badly from it the business has departed. Your IQ will DEFINITELY be raised listening to this episode!
One of the Jury’s most cherished times of the year has arrived again! In this first Halloween episode of 2015, Mike, Adam and Cal review 1981’s HALLOWEEN II. Michael Myers is back to make life at Haddonfield Memorial Hospital a living hell, and the Jury gives you their thoughts. Happy Halloween all!!
One week away from our Halloween episodes and the Jury can’t wait. Mike, Adam and Cal bring you inside WLW Studios in Philadelphia to review “Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master” and do October right!!
Part Two of Handsome Dan’s conversation with wrestling blogger and intelligent bloke, Jimmo Workman. After crying in their beer over the sad state of WWE, the boys perk up and talk about something they actually enjoy: Lucha Underground! Come expand your noggins!
Mike and Adam are in studio to review ECW Wrestlepalooza ’98 from the Cobb County Civic Center outside Atlanta. They open up a special gift sent in by listeners, and thank everyone for all the kind words coming off our 100th episode. Our Arizona correspondent “Handsome” Dan Lopez also chimes in with his thoughts on the event. Here’s to the next 100!!!
Jimmo Workman, a wrestling blogger & all-around good mate, joins The Smartest Man Not In Professional Wrestling for a scholarly discussion. They hit on multiple topics including the sad state of affairs in WWE and the gradual decline of wrestling in general. Did it happen overnight? Or was it a long time coming? And what was the cause of it all? Find the answers here!