Originally aired on August 27, 2022.
You can download the video version of this episode from the Odysee website.
Weirdness Really Bad Movie
If you grew up in Northeast Ohio chances is you tuned in to Ghoulardi, Hoolihan and Big Chuck, or Big Chuck and Lil' John. Presenting some really bad movies they not only made them tolerable - but made us tune in to them every Friday night, and then later Saturday nights. These shows were made great because of the comedy sketches that interrupted the movies. We would splash our faces with water or run around the room just to keep awake so we could keep awake for the pajama party after the movie.
Big Chuck left the movie hosting duties a few years back and I got to missing the fun that they gave us every week, so I got some friends together to make some of our own fun and squeeze our sketches into public domain movies. We don't have the time to do this every week but we are able together one show a month. We will also stream some of our shows here as well and share some of our sketches here with you.
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