Cemetery Man (1994)
Joe and Trace head abroad to Italy to walk Rupert Everett through his existential crisis in Michele Soavi's bizarro 1994 (or is it 1996?) zombie horror comedy. While both boys struggle with the bad dubbing, Joe is more appreciative of the film's mix of dry wit, philosophy and art history references than Trace, who reluctantly becomes more appreciative of the comedy as the episode progresses.
Along the way, they discuss queer trailblazer Rupert Everett's fall from leading man status, the film's comic origins and reference Brandon Routh A LOT. Finally, the sexist nature of the film's online reviews prompts Trace to make a listener request that should turn Twitter into an R-rated raunchfest for the next week.
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