The only podcast where the Mayor of Christmas will watch and review every Christmas, Thanksgiving, New Year, and otherwise midwinter holiday film to firmly establish the new holiday canon.
HAPPY THEME MONTH! Our theme this year is "garbage sequels made LONG after anyone cared", and what better way to start than with 2022's "Home Sweet Home Alone", which isn't the worst Home Alone movie, but SURE IS the one I like the least!
Welcome to the Pumpkin Patch, y'all! Brian and Lara from the Halloween universe, beset by fading batteries, review Brian's deepest childhood terror, a dumb comedy movie for little children.
This episode is almost exactly 50% disgusting medical chat and 50% Colleen and I risking divine obliteration for our blasphemy.
I'm on medical leave for a couple of weeks due to... well, I'll probably do a B.A.D. about it, so I'll save you the gory details for now. Pun intended. But in the meantime, here's Colleen and I reviewing "The Littlest Angel", a semi-religious 70s TV movie with a truly weird cast.
This week, Courtney and I become the first people in history to compare "Richie Rich's Christmas Wish" to "Hamlet".
Flonk and Brian and the BRAND NEW (at the time) Spider struggle to remember the made-for-TV Kelsey Grammer vehicle "Mr. Saint Nick".
Anton and the Mayor look at Paul Feig's first big movie, "Unaccompanied Minors", a semi-fairly maligned but quite unfairly forgotten pretender to the Home Alone throne. Which is to say a movie where kids get up to unsupervised shenanigans at the expense of a character actor.
This week, Colleen and I look at what happens when one of Hollywood's most sullen and thuggish leading actors needs a hit of good publicity and agrees to be the guy in a pretty generic romcom. It's "Holiday Affair"!
Happy April First! I'm in a hurry, hope I don't upload a commentary by mistake or something.
Another Broken Arm Dispatch, I'm afraid, as I take stock of the many delays we've faced, vent about the lingering effects of the pandemic, and OFFICIALLY schedule our next posted episode.
On this Broken Arm Dispatch, the mayor plays a game of "Why Brian So Busy", featuring King Charles III, Studs Terkel, and a little kitten that taught America to love again.
Brian and Courtney review "Bell, Book, and Candle", in which a very talented cast plays almost exclusively roles they're poorly suited for. Also, this was recorded before I got Spider, which is a shame, there's a lot of cat content in here.
AAlgar and Maggie join Flonk and I to review the second sequel to a spinoff of a spinoff of a movie about a dog who plays sports. Surprisingly, it's not very good.
Amanda and Brian take a look at "Turbulence", a semi-erotic 90s thriller that is remarkably Christmassy, especially when you consider it came out on January 10.
AAl, Amanda, and I review another Downton, now with more Molesley! This episode is set in August, but it's a Christmas special, so we're allowed. Also: Shrimp-eh.
"Brian and Katie review 90s kids books" is back, with a look at the most entitled American Girl, Samantha, and her film debut, with eventually includes some limited amounts of Christmas.
Tim and I are joined by Brenda, a self confessed fan of hot goss and general trash, to review the latest comeback attempt of someone who has been well-represented in both of those categories. It's "Falling for Christmas"!
Brian and Lisa ring in the new year with "New Year's Eve", an overstuffed, undercooked mess of a - HOLY COW, IS THAT JENSEN?!
Better late than never, it's time for the state of the canon! And since said state is pretty lonely again, it's time for some analysis! Topics include why nothing got added this year, what can be done to avert this going forward, and Spider's Big Day Inside.
Rounding out Category Six month, Emily, Spencer, and Brian look into "The Wizard of Oz", a movie that is weirdly considered a Christmas movie by many people for no particular reason. Emily takes an anti-Toto stance, Spencer smells toast, and Brian tries DESPERATELY to talk about the book only when directly relevant.
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