This week on the Intermission Podcast, the Movieguys have no plan! That’s not unusual… Anyway, this week the guys share concert stories, talk about trailers (the movie kind, not the haul stuff kind), and the new Movie Guys Store!!!!!!!!!! It’s an exciting time to be alive.
The Movieguys Store!!!
To start off the week, Craig brags about the iphone app that he hasn’t gotten done yet. Then he brags about something he does have done: the Movieguys t-shirt store!!!! Movieguys t-shirts, sweatshirts, iPhone cases, and even leggings (that’s right ladies) all at a low low price. Make sure on Cyber Monday to use the coupon code “CYBER16” to get everything at an even lower price!!!!
Awesome Concert Stories
Craig regales the guys with his concert story. He won tickets to see Cheval that was opening for some band called Velvet Revolver. Craig had never heard of these guys so he was getting ready to leave and then out walks the one and only Slash. Then, that very same year, whilst across the ocean, he turned on the good old MTV and they were doing live coverage of Velvet Revolver that was right outside his hotel room! Well three blocks away, but he still got to listen.
Guy then trying to outdo Craig, tells his magnificent concert adventure. Guy was in Columbus at a Queens of Stone Age concert and while dancing a girl found her way in his “grind zone” and they start making out while grinding. And at the last song she stops because her girlfriend was getting jealous. So yeah, Guy wins…
The guys watched the new Kong trailer at Guy’s demand, at are very angry at him. The trailer gave WAY too much away, leading Craig to believe that it won’t be very good. Guy is super stoked though, so that’s all that matters. In other news, Grand Tour came out this week! Which is the Top Gear host on an Amazon Prime show. It’s the same show with a different name. It was awesome.
Josh and the Producer went on Josh’s first date in ten years to see Magnificent Beasts and Where to Find Them. Also called not Harry Potter in America. He liked it a lot. Guy watched Central Intelligence, Blood Father, and Tarzan with his daddy. Nothing but good things to say about the films.