Mark Ellis & Kristian Harloff are the Schmoes, and their weekly live show features a motley crew of regulars engaging in movie banter, pop-culture shenanigans and wild party games. Fast-paced, quick-witted and with personality to burn, the show has evolved from a fun movie discussion into an all-out two hour extravaganza that frequently features celebrity guests and high-profile giveaways. Tune in now and become a permanent resident of Schmoeville!
The year before THE LORD OF THE RINGS changed cinema forever we finally got a live-action movie based on the RPG game DUNGEONS & DRAGONS... and it sucked. With an embarrassingly low budget, a cast of actors who are either out of their element or way too good for this, and a story that seems to be missing whole scenes, it's one of the most embarrassing adventure films of the century.
So why is DUNGEONS & DRAGONS the perfect double feature with THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD, the iconic 1938 action-adventure classic starring Errol Flynn? And why does ROBIN HOOD play so much better today than a film made in recent memory? You'll have to listen to THE TWO-SHOT to find out! Film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold talk about the best and worst of cinema, every single week!
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