What’s up, Frotcast fans. It’s a huge week, in that Matt Lieb just got married. He’s currently in Mexico, so it’s a good thing that we recorded this Frotcast just before he left. We brought back Joe Sinclitico, comedy extraordinaire and current winery food truck proprietor, with whom we discuss all things weddings, the movie Top Gun, Joe’s Jessica Alba Story, Seth Green’s stolen Bored Ape NFTs and more. We hope you all enjoy at LEAST enough to subscribe on the Patreon, where for the low low price of $5 you can obtain access to the full episode as well as all manner of past full episodes. Tumescent episodes. Turgid episodes, with which to fill your ear holes with content cream. Oops I have to go, got too horny.
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Comedian Joe Sinclitico and ex-film critic/Whoop Dreams star Laremy Legel drop by the virtual Frot studios to talk about Daniel Kaluuya’s (ALLEGED) new crystal guru manager, fatherhood, the planned Jackie-Jormp Jomp Billy Joel musical that will be made without any of the rights to Billy Joel’s likeness or songs, and of course, The Batman, the longest Batman movie ever made. Subscribe now and become a glorious piggy. You won’t regret it. Probably.
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This week Matt and Vince and guest Jessica Sele watched the first ever Daily Wire produced movie “Shut In” starring one of Andie MacDowell’s daughters. Not Margaret, the other one. It’s truly a terrible movie that you should never watch, which is why we did the work for you. We also talk about some new crypto guys.
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Happy New Year! Our New Years resolution? More CONTENT! This week, Matt and Vince and PYAG producer Brent Flyberg talk about Gal Gadot playing Cleopatra, the 76ers weird new sponsor Colorstar which is impossible to explain in this description text, and the Nicolas Cage masterpiece “Pig” about a man and he fattest best friend. Ring in the New Year with this amazing episode.
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This week on the Frot, Matt Lieb is in Costa Rica dropping acid with spider monkeys, changing his whole perspective on shit, but in order to fill the mustache-shaped void, we’ve got comedian Joey Avery and Whoop Dreams star Laremy Legel filling in. As for discussion topics, it turns out Steven Seagal isn’t the only celebrity with the unique physiological reaction to arousal. That’s right, we’re talking about Will Smith and his latest weird story about how he once had so much sex it started to make him puke. And hey, did his family adopt his girlfriend when he was a teen? Also, we’re comparing Will Smith’s performance as Richard Williams in King Richard to the actual Richard Williams. There’s also Joey’s trip to Jacksonville, Laremy’s experience growing up in Florida, and Thanksgiving food. I hope you enjoy it super duper hard.
Here’s a teaser from this week’s Patreon episode of the Frotcast, in which we talk Marvel’s Eternals but also we talk about the wedding of Frotcast favorite Joe Sinclitico. It was… my god dude.
It’s finally here! Matt, Vince, and guest Bobby Hacker have now all seen Marvel’s Eternals and by god it’s time we talk about it. No more discourse, no more discourse about the discourse, no more counter discourse about the etc etc, in this week’s episode we finally discuss the plot of Eternals. What happens? Who’s in it? Why did they do it? All great questions.
Also, we talk about the last time we all met in person. Joe Sinclitico’s wedding. Probably the most Joe wedding of all time.
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Howdy, Frot fans! Matt Lieb is off living his dreams on Maui, drinking virgin daquiris and getting his picture taken with parrots like a 10-year-old, but as we know, the Frot sleeps for no one, not even when they’re getting lei’d. This week your old pals, comedian Joe Sinclitico and Whoop Dreams star Laremy Legel, are in the virtual Frotquarters to talk about how we’re old and nothing works anymore (…societally), and how it sucks that when you become a father you lose the ability to get in fights with local teens, even when they’ve been very unfair to you. Joe saw the James Bond, No I Will Not Go Out And Die Tonight, so we discuss that, and how we could fix the James Bond franchise. After that, we discuss the latest NFT scandal, with the Evolved Ape NFTs and try to understand what the hell NFTs even are. And whether it counts as fraud if you get ripped off in the act of trying to participate in a Ponzi scheme. Meanwhile, Laremy reveals that he owns NFTs himself, and that he’s heavily invested in animals who play in gutters. We also talk Dave Chappelle, and far too late into the show, Joe reveals that he recently became the inadvertent center of a culture war incident and damn near got himself torn apart by an angry mob. In all honesty, that’s the way I always assumed Joe would go.
One thing I’m annoyed that I didn’t say in the show is that I really wish Ben was still alive to make fun of NFTs. Whenever we talk about them I think about how no one I know would appreciate the humor of NFTs like Ben would. As long as you think about Ben riffing on NFTs with us, maybe a little bit of Ben is still alive in our hearts.
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Hey, Frotcast fans. I’ve gotten mostly positive feedback on the interviews I’ve shared, so I thought what the hell, I guess I’ll keep posting them.
This week I got to talk to Noomi Rapace and Valdimar Johansson from the movie Lamb. Valdimar directed it and Noomi Rapace stars. You may also know her from such films as Prometheus, the original Swedish versions of the Girl with The Dragon Tattoo movies, and The Drop. Which, just as an aside, to me was the superior dog revenge movie, though it got got unfairly overshadowed by John Wick.
Anyway, that’s neither here nor there. Like I said, the movie is called Lamb, it’s from A24, and it’s out in theaters this weekend. It’s about a couple, named Maria and Ingvar, who live on a farm in Iceland, who sort of have their lives changed by this baby lamb. I thought it was beautifully shot and just enjoyably weird.
We don’t get into too much spoiler territory in this, at least nothing that’s not in the Trailer. Aaaaand. Well, I’m pretty sure that’s all you need to know. Anyway, hope you enjoy it, and if not we’ll have lots of regular Frotcasts coming your way.
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An interview with AJ Galante, the son of an alleged mobster whose father bought a hockey team to run when he was in high school.
Hey, Frotcast fans. Matt is in Portland helping Francesca with a live show this week and we already recorded a new Pod Yourself A Gun, but I’ve got another interview for the Frotcast feed this week.
So, this week there was a new episode of Untold, the sports documentary series from Netflix. They already released a Malice At The Palace episode and a couple others. This latest one is from Maclain Way and Chapman Way, the brothers who did Wild Wild Country. This latest one is about a hockey team called the Danbury Trashers. Basically there was this alleged mobster named Jimmy Galante who ran a trash hauling empire from Danbury, Connecticut. His son AJ was a hockey player, but in his senior year AJ had a really bad injury that ended his hockey career. So in 2004 his dad ends up buying a minor league hockey team and he makes AJ, who was 17 at the time, the general manager.
AJ finds all the best goons and basically turns them into real-life Slapshot. I got to interview AJ this week, and it felt relevant to the Frotcast fans for obvious reasons. With Jimmy Galante in the trash business in a New York suburb, and having a teenage son named AJ, the Sopranos parallels are pretty obvious. In the doc they say that the Sopranos might’ve been partially based on them, but I haven’t found a source for that. Anyway, AJ was a lot of fun to talk to, and I thought it would be a lot more fun to actually hear his voice than just reading it on Uproxx. So, I hope you like it. As always, we have a lot more free stuff on the Pod Yourself A Gun feed, but we’re doing our best to keep that content slop flowing. Hope it fills your snouts.
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