Joel and Andy start the month with John Carpenter's 1998 film Vampires, which suffers from being released the same year as the far-superior Blade.
Joel Murphy and Lar Periwinkle celebrate their 600th episode of Hobo Radio with fellow Peak Sloth podcasters Marty McGuire and Jonathan Monroe from We Have to Ask.
We chat with Jean Villepique about her guest work on shows like The Office and Terriers, the lyrical way Paul F. Tompkins said her name on Spontaneanation and Mike O'Brien's obsession with spaghetti on A.P. Bio.
Joel and Lars end the month with Grand Isle, a film filled with ridiculous Southern accents, a no-nonsense detective played by Kelsey Grammer and a truly confounding ending.
Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle discuss the recent trend of hyping films as from the mind or imagination of the director. They also look at the cast of the recently announced Super Mario Bros. animated film and set the record straight on The Dark Knight trilogy.