In this episode, out 24th, I make a truly bizarre slip of the tongue, and it, weirdly, becomes the title of the episode. I think I was trying to describe the stupidity of Michael Bay’s movies, and it just came out. I apologize.
In addition to weird slips of the tongue, William Bibbiani and I discuss the John Carpenter’s latest, “The Ward,” which is his first film in a decade. We also gush about the brutal sexuality of the Cannes winner “Leap Year,” and discuss why it’s good.
During the episode, we talk about how Bay wants to do a smaller movie, so our addendum article is about what happens when big-name directors go small. Do read it. It’s good.