Minisode 132 - The Last Minisode of 2020!
Well, that was the year that was. 2020 is fading in the rear-view mirror and soon it will be forgotten. THIS is the last Minisode of this cursed year. We will be back THIS FRIDAY with Episode 131 and then we will be back in your feeds from Monday 4th January, 2021!
So, without further ado, Minisode 132 - The Last Minisode of 2020!
Topics this week include BECKY and TALES FROM THE LODGE! Plus, we have the next entry in Andy's side-quest where he delves into the world of NATURE GONE WILD with the over-sized reptilian antics of ROGUE!
Also, there's another installment of MITCH'S PITCHES!
Due to his well documented ignorance towards films, Mitch is shown a film poster with all titles, taglines etc removed and tasked with attempting to decipher the plot. Will it go well? The poster* image can be seen below...
*"Hi folks, Andy here. In the interest of transparency, I should say that I have hoodwinked Mitch a little bit with this one. This is NOT, in fact, the poster for a horror film from years gone by. It is, however, a t-shirt design from FrightRags. The film in question? NATIONAL LAMPOON'S CHRISTMAS VACATION! Is it a horror film? No. The image touches horror enough to tickle me and, ultimately, allows me to have some fun at Mitch's expense. Also, it's fucking Christmas!"
We also announce the film for this week's main episode...
In addition to all this, we dig into your posts and messages in the Feedback section and tell you what you should be watching as we look at what's arriving on streaming platforms this week!
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