This week, the FilmDrunk Frotcast returns for another exciting Quarantine Era Zoom-cast, featuring comedian Joe Sinclitico (Adam Devine’s House Party, catering). Joe has some thoughts on 90 Day Fiancee, leading into a brand new Vince Segment, Vince’s Media Complaint Corner. This week I’m complaining about the new Netflix movie The Lovebirds, and the action-comedy concept in general. After that I get to Run, and how British writers can’t write American cops. Then I’m onto the Winds of Change podcast. After that, Matt regales us with stories from the recent “City Roast” he participated in, in which he represented San Francisco. Which brings us to Matt Lieb’s brand new character, “Roast Matt.” I have to say, Roast Matt is really mean. You probably wouldn’t want Roast Matt to meet your mother or girlfriend. Finally, Matt brings back the Royalty Freestyle. We have fun, we really do.
Hey everyone! Wow what a weird time to be alive (for now). As you are all probably aware, a virus has spread throughout the world that is threatening to kill our parents. And now that we are forced to stay inside our homes and think about what we did to deserve a mass extinction, we figured this is the perfect time to frot. This week, Matt and Vince welcome Frotcast legend Joe Sinclitico to the virtual Frotquarters to discuss his very recent decision to hide out from the virus at an undisclosed location in Washington state. In this episode, we discuss everything from coronavirus to quarantine to cancel culture to Corey Feldman.
If you are unfamiliar, Corey Feldman recently premiered a documentary about himself and Corey Haim called My Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys – which you can read about here. We also discuss a recent article in The New Yorker in which Fiona Apple explains the exact moment that lead her to quitting cocaine – being stuck with a coked out Quentin Tarantino and Paul Thomas Anderson.
It’s a great episode of a great film podcast and you really should listen. Please patronize us at Patreon.com/frotcast.
In this week’s bonus episode, Joe Sinclitico joins Vince to discuss Rambo: Last Blood, a stupendously racist, fantastically gory rape-revenge fantasy that seems to be aimed squarely at the Dads-who-watch-knife-smithing-shows-on-the-History-Channel demographic. Or as Joe likes to think of it, Home Alone for psychotic preppers. Naturally, we had a good time with it. We discuss Stallone’s refreshingly honest takes on HGH and his preternatural understanding of the average America bro-CHUD brain, and marvel at the myriad ways Mexican drug cartel soldiers can be brutally murdered on screen with rebar and punji sticks. You truly do not want to miss this one.
This week on the Frotcast, your fave Joe Sinclitico from Adam Devine’s House Party is back. And joining us for the first time, our old friend Johan Miranda, creator of “Why Johan Miranda Should Be Deported” and previously seen on Larry Charles’ Dangerous World Of Comedy. We discuss Midsommar, for some reason, and of course ask Johan about his show while chanting “SEND HIM BACK.” Luckily that still leaves lots of time for Joe to reminisce about the heyday of gonzo-style early aughts adult films, not to mention your voicemails and emails, and the Royalty Freestyle.
Listen now, and you too will find yourself saying “Yeah, give it to her, JJ.”
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Happy Father’s Day, Frot fans. This week, I took Joe Sinclitico to see a movie about three generations of men named “Shaft.” Luckily Samuel L. Jackson was one of them. The big question with Shaft: is Samuel L. Jackson enough of a national treasure that it’s worth sitting through an otherwise kind of weak Shaft movie? The answer is…. yes? Please enjoy this bonus movie review Frotcast. We should have a new Frotcast out soon, but in the meantime, you can find lots of bonus movie review Frotcasts available right now by subscribing at patreon.com/Frotcast.
Joe Sinclitico joins to discuss this week’s movie, Dark Phoenix. Subscribe to get the full episode at Patreon.com/frotcast. You’ll never be lonely when you have the Frotcast.
Ask and you shall receive: back by popular demand on this week’s Frotcast, it’s Joe Sinclitico. Joe is freshly engaged to be married (!!!), which doesn’t stop him from talking about his stint as a porn cameraman in his mid 20s (another listener-requested story). Comedian Jason Webb is also joining us this week, talking about his preacher father, his North Carolina upbringing, and the incredible story of the time a man used prayer to cure his plantar wart (you have to hear this one).
We also talk the best Tom Selleck movies, and of course Game Of Thrones. We answer all the burning questions, like whether Bran is the Night King and which Stark kid is the best. Is Game Of Thrones the best normie-approved cultural phenomenon we can hope for? Or is it the cultural juggernaut known as the FilmDrunk Frotcast? As always, subscribe to our Patreon for this week’s bonus content and leave us a review on iTunes (and thanks for the recent ones, you guys).
You’ll never be lonely when you have the Frotcast.
It may look like we only did one Frotcast this week, but actually we did two. The other one is a review pod, with me (Vince) and Joe Sinclitico discussing Steve McQueen and Gillian Flynn’s Widows. That’s available here for our Patreon subscribers. Don’t you want to support the Frot? Yeaaaah, you do, you know you do. Seriously though, your support means a lot. AND the more you support us, the less we have to worry about dumb crap like making the show clean enough for advertisers or not getting in trouble at our other jobs (imagine if Bret could’ve been able to make pod, paranoia free… the impossible dream…).
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Sup Frot fam! Specifically the patreon-subscriber subsection of the Frot fam! It’s time for your double dose of content of the FilmDrunk Frotcast and boy have we got one hell of a bonus episode for you! This week Joe Sinclitico returns along with first time guest, comedian Mike Mulloy. We discuss a wide range of topics: from the break up of Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande, to Joe and Matt’s reoccurring dream of autofellatio. Also Vince and Matt watched Girls Trip together and discuss the film juuuust long enough for this podcast to still be considered a film podcast. We also talk about the movie Halloween at some point which quickly degrades into a discuss about how hot Jamie Lee Curtis was in the movie True Lies. Eat the beans, my dudes. Eat. The. Beans. (-Matt Lieb)