Boot up that hard drive (it'll take a while, this is the 80s after all!) and listen to AJ and Mike talk about the computerized musical fairy tale of 1984's "Electric Dreams".
AJ and Mike take a break from their ketchup and macaroni tragedy-based craftwork to talk about the true family affair that is the 1997 dark comedy "The House of Yes."
AJ relives the horrors of jury duty and Mike makes a surprising video game connection to the 1996 drama "Primal Fear," which unleashed Edward Norton (or Roy Norton, depending on the time of day) onto the Hollywood scene.
AJ and Mike pull off the lid to talk(hyon) about John Carpeter's 1987 supernatural film "Prince of Darkness." Alice Cooper cameo not guaranteed.
AJ and Mike try not to turn a blind eye as they take a snapshot of 1991's Australian drama "Proof."
The guys give their takes on Hal Hartley's 1990 film "Trust," while AJ reveals his personal history with Adrienne Shelly and Mike volunteers to fix TVs.
AJ's back from a boating accident and Mike's evil twin has escaped from the mental institution, which means it's time to review 1986's "slasher" film "April Fool's Day"!
AJ and Mike log their conversation on their modern brand of ham radio as the two "little chief"s recap 2000's "Frequency".
AJ and Mike talk about the frankness (and Frankness) of David Lynch's "Blue Velvet," one of AJ"s favorite films, and how it cost him a job at Universal Studios.
AJ and Mike have a gas trying to break down the who, what, and especially why of the 2006 thriller "Unknown."