Top 5 Worst Movie-Going Experiences (guest: Mike Catherwood)

Loveline’s Mike Catherwood joins Anderson and Bryan once again to share stories of embarrassment and frustration for the TOP 5 WORST MOVIE-GOING EXPERIENCES.

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16 thoughts on “Top 5 Worst Movie-Going Experiences (guest: Mike Catherwood)

  1. Was there ever an episode where Fight Club wasn’t mentioned? Jeezuz
    Fight Club and Shawshank should be banned from getting mentioned on this podcast ever again.

    Other than the above little pet peeve of mine, this was actually a very excellent episode! Bryan’s chemo journey did not get old. It made me giggle a few times. Come to think of it, this is probably the most ethically acceptable instance when it’s okay to laugh ‘about’ someone’s brain tumor. lol

    Mike was a terrific guest! Bring him back anytime


    Posted by thedandyman | May 22, 2012, 11:24 AM
  2. I was at the Davis Square theater once watching 9 1/2 weeks. At the hottest point in the movie, some quimbledon jizzed all over the back of my head.


    Posted by Bruce | May 8, 2012, 7:15 PM
  3. As a youngster I snuck into the Davis Square Somerville theatre balcony for a late night showing of 9 1/2 weeks carrying a concealed weapon of comedy: a squirt gun filled with Jergens hand lotion. During the hottest part of the movie, I squirted the Jergens onto the audience member below which caused a near riot. Dropped the weapon and ran for my life.


    Posted by brian | May 8, 2012, 7:18 AM
  4. Great Episode !!!!


    Posted by drew | May 8, 2012, 5:43 AM
  5. I prefer topics about movies worth seeing.

    That said, the stories in this episode were plenty entertaining.


    Posted by J. | May 7, 2012, 5:30 PM
  6. Mike has a girlfriend? My day has just been ruined. 😦


    Posted by Virginia | May 7, 2012, 5:04 PM
  7. Great episode, gentlemen. The summer between 5th & 6th grade, I finally got the courage to ask a girl who I’d been pining over since the 2nd grade on a date. The movie, The Sandlot. My mom was going to drop us off and go shopping, then pick us up afterwards. When we got to her house, I knocked on the door. The girl answered, only to tell me she didn’t want to tell me “no” before, but she didn’t want to go. I watched the movie by myself, with only my tears keeping me company.


    Posted by kleeberg | May 5, 2012, 11:13 AM
  8. Another fine episode. Catherwood is always a great guest. Any topic which requires stories are always welcome. Fine work.


    Posted by Wendy | May 4, 2012, 10:41 PM
  9. Independence Day.


    Posted by Wendy | May 4, 2012, 10:33 PM
  10. Way Nay? Way Yea? Way Gay!


    Posted by Adam Yauch | May 4, 2012, 6:12 PM
  11. Anderson looks like he is planning a murder in that picture.


    Posted by eliotdolson | May 4, 2012, 2:14 PM
  12. The day before my finals i decided to see a movie to relax and soothe my nerves. I decided on a movie called “Circle of friends”, you know, nothing heavy, feel good type of thing. After finally finding my place in the multiplex, munching on some popcorn, the movie started ominously with some rumbling unsettling low frequency sounds, no credits whatsoever. I found it strange that the movie started in black and white but expected the soothing autumnal yellow of “Circle of friends ” to kick in soon. Little did I know. A tall strange man with the weirdest fucking hairdo appeared on screen, moping around, doing NOTHING for the next 10 minutes! He was listening to sounds, checking a sink, I could not make ANY sense of the plot By now I had figured out that this was probably not Chris O`donnells latest flick. I decided it had to be a pre-movie short made by some disturbed budding film maker. I just had to ride out these 15 minutes and I was home free. No such luck, it went on! I had of course gone into the wrong theatre and was watching David Lynch`s “Eraserhead”. I was so embarrassed I remained seated through the whole fucking nightmare. At one point, i think it was the dying fetus, someone started to cry behind me, it was fucking horrible! I was totally worn out by the whole thing and of course I had my finals the next day!


    Posted by Stig | May 4, 2012, 11:19 AM
  13. Hmm. Worst movie going experience? The only recent one I can remember would be War Horse, not only because the movie wasn’t good, but because all the old women kept making audible reactions to EVERY SINGLE THING THAT HAPPENED.
    *horse falls over*
    “Gasp! Oh dear no. Goodness.”
    *someone almost shoots horse*
    “Oh no! Gasp!”
    *horse galloping through pretty countryside*
    “Oh my, isn’t that just lovely?”

    Another note on War Horse. Hey Steve, if you wanna make a heartwarming story about a horse, that’s fine. And if you want to make a war movie, that’s also fine. Combining the two movies? Bad idea. How am I supposed to care about a fucking horse when thousands of soldiers are dying all around it?


    Posted by Bruce | May 4, 2012, 10:44 AM
  14. When I was 9 I went to see “Woman in Red” with my older sister. About 1/4 of the way through the film I got sick to my stomach and being a polite young man I decided that it would be better to try to catch the puke in my shirt rather than let it splash all over the theater floor. Obviously that plan didn’t work and both the floor and my shirt (and shoes) were covered in vomit. The asshole kid working the snack counter was kind enough to let me use the phone to call my mom but made me wait for her out on the dark sidewalk.


    Posted by Rusty Merkin | May 4, 2012, 10:29 AM
  15. I got so excited for “The Crystal Skull” that I refused to watch the trailer for the film. Several times while seeing other movies I would get up and leave the theater when I would know that the “Indiana Jones” trailer was coming on. I went to the Wednesday midnight screening on a first date with a super hot chick who I had been hyping the movie up all week. It was truly an out of body experience the entire film. I knew right away that this was going to be a terrible film when that fucking marmot popped its head out of the mount of dirt that was supposed to resemble the Paramount pictures emblem. I never spoke to that girl again, nor wanted to.


    Posted by Joey Shanks | May 4, 2012, 8:30 AM

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