Category: Defendant: Scott

Weird Science

This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, John Hughes brings us back to a time were you couldn’t use computers to look at pornography, so you had to use them to just make the women! What a crazy backward era! Also, crazy backward gender politics in a movie from someone who we thought knew better

Army of Darkness (1992)

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The Rock (1996)

This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, we watch your favorite non-canonical Bond movie. You know, the maniac with the crazy base and the plan to destroy a major city, the British Secret Agent who had been thrown in prison, and the handsome American agent. We watched The Rock, who gets the prom queen? How

Rookie of the Year (1993)

This week in an emergency recording, we are celebrating the most dramatic World Series teams in a long time, the Cubs vs the Indians! After rewatching Major League (1989), we decided that Rookie of the Year is more up our alley. So, now, Daniel Stern’s directorial debut! How will you stand when we put your

Evil Dead II: Dead By Dawn (1987)

This week on myopia: Defend your childhood we learn the dangers of academia. At least, academics done in the woods. We watched Evil Dead II, who says sequels are worse than the originals? How will you stand when we put your past on trial? Host: Nicolas Hoffmann Defendant: Scott Panel: Daniel S. and Matthew Quinn

Batman Forever (1995)

This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood we learned that you smash cut to a codpiece! We watched Batman Forever, who’s afraid of the big black bat? How will your past stand when we put it on trial? Host: Nicolas Hoffmann Defense: Scott Panel: Matthew, Daniel, Erin

Space Jam (1996)

This week we learn that, had he made it to the center of the Earth, Jules Verne would have had to play rounders with Felix the Cat or competitive pedestrianism betwixt Pogo and the Katzenjammer Kids. Do you have a basketball jones?