Double Edged Double Bill has a new batch of films to talk about on an episode about long delayed sequels! Adam & Thomas welcome Heather Powell of The Friday Nightmares Podcast to look at two sequels that came out a bit too long after their predecessors. First, there’s Independence Day: Resurgence which
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Each week, Adam Thomas and Thomas Mariani will come to the table to discuss the randomly selected yin and yang of a double feature. Then, both will have to pick a number between one and ten in order to seal their fates for the next episode. One will have two good movies. The other two bad ones. Let the chaos begin!
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A month ago, we lost iconic cult director Stuart Gordon. So, we’re celebrating his career with a Double Edged Double Bill! Adam and Thomas grab Desmond Alexander Peele from an alternate dimension to cover two of his most bizarre films. First, Jeffrey Combs and Barbara Crampton fight off pink tinted
They can’t leave the house, but Double Edged Double Bill is heading on a cinematic road trip! First, Adam & Thomas try to move a clunky Robin Williams vehicle off the road with RV. Then, the boys laugh, cheer and cry as they go down the road of the masterful John
Turn on the spotlight and get ready to belt out a Double Edged Double Bill! Adam and Thomas turn duet into a trio with special guest Scott Johnson as they cover two musical films in honor of Trolls World Tour singing its heart out. First, Paul Williams and Brian De Palma
Today is Francis Ford Coppola’s birthday and Double Edged Double Bill is celebrating with two very different films from this eclectic director. First, Gene Hackman hears the sounds of conspiracy in The Conversation. Then, Robin Williams plays a very sad boy in the children’s film for no one Jack. Together,
That’s right, folks. It’s the 100th episode of Double Edged Double Bill! Adam and Thomas are celebrating by giving two previously unchosen films a chance at redemption! First, a homeless Rutger Hauer shoots his way through Canadian drug lords in Hobo With a Shotgun. Then, a boy genius with a
On March 8th 2020, the world lost the iconic actor Max Von Sydow. With an acting career that spans over 70 years, Double Edged Double Bill has no choice but to stan via devoting a whole episode to him. First up is Thomas’ good pick The Seventh Seal, a true
Kurt Russell is celebrating his day of birth today and so is Double Edged Double Bill! Adam Thomas and Thomas Mariani are here to Russell up some thoughts on two films from this iconic actor’s career. First up is the bad pick Stargate, which has a few good ideas except for
Nothing says prestige like farting corpses and spooky ghost sheets! In honor of their upcoming film First Cow, Thomas Mariani and returning guest host Ryan Corderman talk about A24 productions this week on Double Edged Double Bill! The “bad” pick is Swiss Army Man, a tale of one young man’s journey
Double Edged Double Bill is ready to fire a rocket launcher from the hip! Adam and Thomas are taking a look at two films from the infamous schlock machine production company Cannon Films! Cannon Films made all of your favorite films so-bad-they’re-good films of the 1980s and our duo has
Double Edged Double Bill Episode 95 – Bride of Frankenstein Meets The Mummy in a World of Gods and Universal Monsters
With a new version of The Invisible Man nearly here, Double Edged Double Bill is taking a look back at the Universal Monsters! In true spooky fashion, Adam has mysteriously vanished, leaving the mysterious Ryan Corderman to sub in as the Ygor to Thomas’ Dr. Frankenstein! First up is Thomas’ good
Double Edged Double Bill is getting so weird as Thomas has chosen a topic that makes Adam’s blood boil. In honor of his birthday, John Travolta – Adam’s least favorite actor – is the subject dujour for the week. First up is the good pick Get Shorty, which even Adam