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Cinema Smackdown Episode 14: I Know What You Did Last Summer

Cinema Smack Down

In our final Summer Smackdown selection, Fraser and Scott navigate the sewage that is I Know What You Did Last Summer. A movie so stiff they had to had their own adult movie scenarios into the review to keep it interesting.

If you are easily offended, there are multiple swears.

Cinema Smackdown Episode 13 – Speed: Cruise Control

Cinema Smack Down

In our unlucky # 13 episode, Fraser and Scott have the bad luck to endure Speed: Cruise Control, possibly the most unnecessary sequel of all time. Along the way they offend a Canadian Icon, shout-out to comedian Jeremy Hotz and explore ornithological sexual orientation.

If you are easily offended, be aware of the swears.

Cinema Smackdown Episode 12 – Crocodile Dundee 3

Cinema Smack Down

In part 2 of the Summer Movie smackdown, Fraser and Scott take a bite out of the pitiful Paul Hogan offering Crocodile Dundee 3, a movie so riddled with Dundee’s atrocious personality flaws it should probably be banned, and along the way reveal the details of greatest awful sequel EVER (hint: Eddie Murphy was involved) that didn’t happen.

If you are easily offended, there are a few swears.

Cinema Smackdown Episode 11 – Jaws The Revenge

Cinema Smack Down

In the kickoff to our summer movie trilogy, Fraser and Scott dive into the detritus that is Jaws: The Revenge. Along the way a beloved Canadian teen TV series makes an appearance, and the guys try to figure out if “haunted by a stalking Shark” is something that guys might find attractive in a girlfriend.

This podcast is exactly 21:37, and if you are easily offended, there are a few swears.

Cinema Smackdown Episode 10 – Daredevil Vs. Elektra

Cinema Smack Down

In episode 10 (and really…did anyone expect us to get past one?) Fraser and Scott present a special head to head version of the Smack Down, by pitting the pathetic productions of Daredevil and Elektra against one another to decide which is the worst.

Along the way Fraser attempts to link diabetes to superpowers, and Bette Midler gets involved.

As per usual, there is some racey language for the easy to offend.

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