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Not Quite the End
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April 14, 2014 12:26 AM PDT
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As the men of WGSG come to their journey's end we ask "What have they learned?" Nothing, probably.

Cruz and James will carry on with their new show "A Quality Interruption." The inaugural episode will be on "Faster Pussycat! Kill! Kill!"

Join us, won't you?

Of Course It Had to End with Hackers (1995)
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April 02, 2014 11:07 PM PDT
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Episode 77-- The WGSG boys have found themselves driven to the edge of madness and starvation. Stranded in the Canadian wilderness after their tour bus flipped over the boys are forced to contend with the very worst the Great north has to offer. With only a VHS copy of the film Hackers and a will to survive, our heroes will find out that man is the most delicious game of all. . .

Theme by Andy Kneis.

End song is "Into the West" by Annie Lennox.

“Cyberspace. A consensual hallucination experienced daily by billions of legitimate operators, in every nation.”

Wes Study's The Serpent and the Rainbow (1988)
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March 31, 2014 12:26 AM PDT
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Episode 76-- Upon finding an orphaned wastrel in the forest Cruz and James, the two most elligible, legitimate men of Whiteguise House enter into a gentleman's dare: Can they turn this rapscallion into a proper gentleman? And then make him fight peacocks for money? Meanwhile, back at manor, the downstairs has taken to watching the 1988 horror film The Serpent and the Rainbow. And then Bartmore the valet gets stuck in a butter churn.

Theme by Andy Kneis.

The end song is "I Put a Spell on You" by Screamin' Jay Hawkins.

"And it’s happening in the same area that voudon shit goes down."

Wasn't Near Dark an N64 Game?
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March 26, 2014 01:56 AM PDT
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Episode 75-- Bitten by a rabid dog, one half of the WGSG squad finds himself slowly losing his sanity, driven only by the urge to watch Kathryn Bigelow's 1987 film "Near Dark." Meanwhile, north of the border, the other half of the podcasting crew finds himself falling headfirst down a hole of debauchery and carnal black magic. Is this the end for the SS White Guys, Square Glasses?

Theme by Andy Kneis.

End them is "Fever" by The Cramps.

Follow us @goldenagecruz and @kislingtwits. E-mail us at WGSGshow@gmail.com. Like us on that Facebook. Review us on iTunes. Please. Anything.

"What's that one where everyone is pretty?"

The Catching Battle Royale Fire Games
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March 16, 2014 10:26 PM PDT
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Episode 74-- The WGSG cadre finds themselves washed up on a desert island. With nothing but their wits and a portable DVD player and a copy of Battle Royale, our heroes are forced to play a cat and mouse game against a crazed Texas millionaire. How will they get out of this pickle? Will Cruz catch fire? Will James finally discover the true meaning of Japanese Christmas?

Theme by Andy Kneis.

End song is "Hey! Beat Takeshi" by Ambulance.

Art by Adam Rabalais. (http://adamrabalais.deviantart.com/gallery/).

Follow us @goldenagecruz and @kislingtwits. E-mail us at WGSGshow@gmail.com. Like us on that Facebook.

For the record Battle Royale II is raw diarrhea in a blender.

Friends Don't Let Friends Watch The Toxic Avenger
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March 10, 2014 07:37 PM PDT
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Episode 73-- The WGSG crew watches The Toxic Avenger. All is lost.

Theme by Andy Kneis.

End song is Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa (Sad Song) by Otis Redding.

Follow us @goldenagecruz and @kislingtwits. E-mail us at WGSGshow@gmail.com. Like us on that Facebook.

My God. What have I done?

Goon, Narratology, and You!
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March 03, 2014 11:59 PM PST
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Episode 72-- Despite the efforts of the dispicable General Diablo, the plucky crew of the SS WGSG carry on! On this thrilling episode, they watch Goon, a move about a guy who finds his vocation in punching people. For whatever reason this causes the crew to launch into a half-baked discussion about narrative and character and Martin Scorsese, because, of course it does.

Theme by Andy Kneis.

End song is "Friends" by Flight of the Conchords.

BY A DAMN CAT HAIR.

Bernie Made James Hate America
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February 26, 2014 02:36 AM PST
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Episode 71-- This time on the WGSG Show, we watch Bernie and learn that, in the end, aren't we all part of the same family? The World Family? No, we aren't. Save that shit for Bono. Some parts of this fine land of ours is just chock full of crumbums just mucking about. Get it together, other parts of the country, we're trying to make a rambling, disjointed podcast! Duh!

Theme by Andy Kneis.

End song is "The Crane Wife Pt. 3" by The Decemberists.

E-mail us at WGSGshow@gmail.com and follow us @goldenagecruz and @kislingtwits.

If you get the opportunity, I suggest you kill yourself.

The Title Elite Squad: The Enemy Within Does Not Lend Itself to Parody
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February 17, 2014 02:02 AM PST
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Episode 70-- The boys in the WGSG crew find out that the enemy was within them the whole time. In this episode they screw up their streak of bad movies and bad ideas with a solid crime epic. Their shame is in not having done it sooner. They wax about crime, violence, and probably mention The Wire one too many times to be taken seriously by anybody. Ever.

Theme by Andy Kneis.

End song is "Queen Bitch" performed by Seu Jorge.

Cover from Rio de Janero Travel Information.

E-mail us at WGSGshow@gmail.com and follow us @goldenagecruz and @kislingtwits.

"I HAVE A PROBLEM WITH YOU TURNING PEOPLE INTO GLUE."

It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad Madhouse
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February 10, 2014 02:36 AM PST
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Episode 69-- Continuing our Legacy of Shame (TM) the WG,SG crew watches "Madhouse," a movie mostly filmed while Vincent Price was asleep. It wasn't very good, but it was kind of fun? Maybe? I feel like either we didn't go into it with either enough sincerity or enough irony. It's a baffling film. It was a lot of fun to talk about though and maybe that comes across. Also, I'm pretty sure there's a vacuum cleaner on this episode.

Next time we're watching Elite Squad: The Enemy Within.

Theme by Andy Kneis.

The end song is "Thriller" by Michael Jackson. Because, duh.

Step on it, Jody.

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