November 8, 2019
This week Jim and Teal get off track from the get-go, and begin the Podcast with a discussion on James Cameron's Director's Cut of Aliens. Next Jim talked about another Herschell Gordon Lewis film, The Gore Gore Girls, which Jim claimed was the best worst film he's ever seen.
Next Jim mentions The Lighthouse, which he insists Teal must see. And then it is on to the main event, Boon Joon Ho's Parasite. Jim and Teal both saw it, and they have a lot to say. The conversation has *Spoilers* that begin at around the 29 minute mark. So if you haven't seen Parasite, and don't want to know too much, enjoy the first half hour of the Podcast and save the rest for later.
At the end of the episode, Jim and Teal start to discuss a hidden gem, but Teal's audio got disconnected so it will be talked about at a later date.
October 25, 2019
Film-making great Martin Scorsese kicked off a bit of controversy with his stance on Marvel films and their place in cinema. What do Teal and Jim think of the dust up? What do you think Teal and Jim think?
This controversy launches the boys into a discussion of what is cinema, and what is happening to the cinematic experience.
And since it's October, Teal and Jim would be remiss if they didn't talk a little bit about horror movies. This episode, the two talk gore films, with the low-rent gore-master, Herschell Gordon Lewis, the subject. Jim caught up with Lewis' blood-and-guts classic, Blood Feast, playing right now on the Criterion Channel.
October 12, 2019
This episode focuses on the film Joker. Spoiler Alert! If you haven't yet seen the film, you may want to skip this one until you have.
This week Jim and Teal are joined by listener, Sarah Bobara, who is on to provide her unique perspective on the film.
Despite some technical audio difficulties, Jim presses on with some more of his infamous theories on what the ending of the film means.
September 25, 2019
Jim and Teal are back with more tales from the streaming service underground. A few weeks back, they discussed a couple of hidden gems, Buzzard and Los Angeles Overnight, both available to stream on Amazon Prime. At that time, Teal had not seen Los Angeles Overnight, but now he has, and the boys spend some quality time discussing this quirky low-budget Los Angeles Neo-Noir.
Also on the program, Jim discusses another early 80s sex comedy, The Beach Girls. Is there a reason no one has ever heard of this Skinamax classic?
Wait, what's that? Are Jim and Teal about to get into an argument over the new Joker movie? Let the sparks fly.
Finally, get Teal's take on the second season of Mindhunter. It's all going down on this episode
September 15, 2019
This week's episode is a tribute to those trashy teen sex comedies of the early 80s; It's 90 minutes long! Jim and Teal begin the program with a shout out to a new listener. Then they dive right in to the 80s experience by discussing a documentary on Amazon Prime called At The Drive-In, about the popular Mahoning Drive-In, in LeHighton, PA.
In the past few years, the Mahoning has become a legendary spot for Drive-In enthusiasts to catch their favorite films of the 70s, 80s and 90s on 35mm.
Soon, this discussion dovetails into a classic staple of the drive-ins in the early 1980s, the teen sex comedy. Always R-rated, and filled with gratuitous nudity, Jim and Teal re-examine this genre for how inappropriate it all was. From disturbing compromised sex scenes in films like Revenge of The Nerds and Private Lessons, to the sketchy behavior in John Hughes films, Jim and Teal soon realize they are going to have to come back to this topic in future episodes.
September 5, 2019
Jim and Teal are back this week with an episode filled with recent streaming action. First: Jim mentions a couple of quick hits, Operation Finaleand Northern Soul. Then Teal presents his hidden gem of the week, Buzzard (2015.) This low-budget indie from director Joel Potrykus scratches Teal where he itches.
Jim feels the pressure to match Teal with an Amazon Prime streaming oddity of his own. His pick? Another bizarre low-budget indie called Los Angeles Overnight. Is this bizarre caper flick worth your time? Jim provides answers.
Somewhere in the midst of all this excitement, Jim reveals a viewing that is so bad, he considers it the worst film he's made it all the way to the end of. If that doesn't get your curiosity going, nothing will.
Wrapping things up, Jim and Teal discuss Widows and John Wick 3. Jim finally caught up with Widows and Teal got his Wick on. Find out what each one thinks.
There's a lot of film stuff discussion in one super-sized episode. Set your podcast phasers on stun.
August 24, 2019
Jim and Teal review Hobbs and Shaw. Who believes this film is the most fun movie of the summer, and who thinks it is the ultimate Doritos flick? You're going to have to listen to the episode to find out. First up: Jim and Teal are not done talking about Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. Jim recounts his second viewing of the film, but this time in 70mm. Does rapid texting of a cinema patron spoil Jim's good time? Where does this film now rank on Jim's list of favorite Tarantino movies? All of this excitement, plus a couple of movie warnings from Jim and Teal, are revealed in this exciting catch-up episode.
*Warning!* Some mild spoilers of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood occur during this episode.
August 10, 2019
Jim and Teal are back with their self-proclaimed 35th episode of Stuff We've Seen. And coincidentally, Quentin Tarantino is also back with his self-proclaimed 9th film, Once Upon a Time In Hollywood. And not to be left out of the fun, The Willennial is back for another guest appearance. Did he get his mic situation fixed this time?
This episode is all about director Quentin Tarantino, and focuses on Jim, Teal, and Will's experiences seeing Tarantino's films, especially his latest. Jim got to check it out in 35mm, while Teal and Will had to settle for local theater digital projection. Who loved the film? Who had some issues with it? Does Tarantino have anything to say with his latest offering?
Jim and Teal dive head-first into some of the controversies: The Bruce Lee scene, the lack of dialogue for Margot Robbie's, Sharon Tate, and all those bare feet shots. It's a long episode, but so are Tarantino films. Jump into your Karmann Ghia, take a drive down the canyon, and turn out your podcast listener, and get set for the ultimate movie hangout episode.
WARNING!! THIS EPISODE CONTAINS PLOT SPOILERS FOR THE FILM ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD. IF YOU HAVE NOT SEEN THE FILM YET, PLEASE DO NOT LISTEN TO THE EPISODE.
July 20, 2019
It's been a while since a film's come around steeped in so much mystery. Many people are discovering this odd gem from A24 films, yet few have been able to decode all of the clues and answer definitively what director, David Robert Mitchell, is up to. Jim and Teal take a whack with this deep-dive episode of Under The Silver Lake. They discuss many of the theories people have about this loopy Los Angeles Neon Noir, and pose a daring theory of their own. Stuff We've Seen invites you to take a trip down the rabbit hole, and immerse yourself in an unreliable world of conspiracies, puzzles, cults, and hidden pop-culture meanings. Brace yourself for Under The Silver Lake.
**Warning!** Under The Silver Lake is a film with many mysteries to uncover and puzzles to solve. This episode is filled with spoilers and is recommended for those who have seen the movie, and are looking for a deep dive. UTSL is now streaming on Amazon Prime. We suggest watching the film, and then get set to have your mind blown by our far-out assessment. You may just want to go back and watch the film a second, or third time!
July 14, 2019
If it's mid-July, that can only mean one thing: it's time for a fun round of 'Skin the Fool!" Grab your May pole, kettle of mushroom tea, and get set for an hour of midnight sun hilarity as Jim and Teal tackle Ari Aster's mind-bending psychological, horror, thrill-ride, Midsommar. Hear Jim lose his cool when Teal goads him about the latest entry from the gang at Marvel, Spider Man: Far From Home. Take sides in the Teal-sponsored, Kill List challenge. Love Midsommar? Can't get enough of this messy-relationship pagan folk cult mostly daylight horror revenge flick? Get the 411 on many of Hollywood's other cult-movie offerings in this week's episode.
A warning to the devoted: Jim and Teal can not tell the tale of Midsommar without a heaping amount of spoilers, so if you haven't seen the film, you may want to skip this episode after the first ten minutes, because once they get into it, they really get into it.
And don't worry about that bear in a cage; we promise, it is just a bear in a cage.