Baconsale Episode 127: Hipster Horror Flick Picks

Nightmare on Elm Street? Friday the 13th? The Ring? Those are sooooo mainscream. On this episode of Baconsale, we’re discussing horror films you’ve probably never heard of—well, we hope haven’t seen any of our picks. Kent, Joel and Jacob have each chosen an obscure number (4) of little-known scary movies they want to recommend to you and to each other. Joel’s choices are a bit too popular, Jacob’s are old, and Kent’s are. . .well. . .disturbing.

Press play to see if we’re the Halloween hipsters we think we are!


KENT’S PICKS:
I Saw the Devil (2010)
The Invitation (2015)
Splinter (2008)
Stage Fright (2014)

JOEL’S PICKS:
Frailty (2001)
Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon (2006)
Let the Right One In (2008)
Day of the Triffids (1962)

JACOB’S PICKS:
Trollhunter (2011)
Burn, Witch, Burn (1962)
Tucker & Dale vs. Evil (2010)
Asylum (1972)

Baconsale Episode 125: SEGA!

Welcome to the next level! Today, Baconsale is discussing what the Sega Genesis does that Nintendon’t. Kent and Joel were (are) both mega Sega boys, and they want to pitch their ideas for 20 titles they think should be included on a Sega Classic system. And even if you’re a fan of other consoles, or you’re not into video games at all, you’re sure to appreciate the guys’ infectious enthusiasm on the subject as well as our blast processing!

So press ABACABB and let’s get started!

Baconsale Episode 122: End of 2017 Movie Preview

Look, we all know everyone is looking forward to Justice League and Star Wars: The Last Jedi, but what about the other films that are coming out before the end of the year? Kent and Joel have each brought a list of their top five most anticipated movies that have yet to come out, as well five flicks they want to flop. Plus, you’ll get to hear Joel’s movie trailer voice, Kent’s real voice and Jacob’s potty humor.

So press play and let us guide you through the fall and winter of 2017.

Baconsale Episode 120: Millennial-Approved Dating Etiquette

After Baconsale’s last dating etiquette show, our friend Paige asked to come on the show in order to give a fresh, female, millennial perspective on courtship in the modern world. So here she is! And she brought along her friend Jordyn (and Courtney and Amelia) to discuss how dates have changed since Joel and Jacob were last in the game, as well as some tips for Kent to help him improve his game and not get murder-kidnapped.

So, whether you’re a man, a woman or “Bent Bunn” himself, press play and enjoy our latest episode!

Baconsale Episode 116: Best Westerns

Well, howdy there, pardner! Baconsale is ready to rustle up a discussion about some of our favorite Western movies. However, Kent and Joel aren’t as well-versed in the world of cowboys, Indians, sheriffs, settlers, gamblers, bandits and bandanas (much to Jacob’s delight), so they’re also going to discuss the gaps in their knowledge and talk about the iconic Westerns they haven’t seen.

So get your John Wayne impersonation ready and saddle up your horses. It’s time to listen to the latest episode of Baconsale!

Baconsale Episode 105: Baconsale-Approved Dating Etiquette

Hey, are you busy right now? Because…we were wondering…if…uh…you wanted to listen to our podcast sometime?

Now that Kent is single and entering the dating world once again, it’s time for Baconsale to talk about proper date etiquette. We’ve gathered courting do’s and don’ts from both guys and girls as well as horror stories from you, the listener. Along the way, we discuss topics such as the Joel’s theme dates, Kent’s creeping pinky and Jacob’s mom.

We’ll see you on the doorstep at the end!

Baconsale Episode 104: 2017 Summer Movie Preview

In a world where every movie seems to be a remake, a reboot or a sequel, three men will do their best to guide you through the cinematic minefield. Baconsale has created their lists of which films they’re most excited for during the summer of 2017, as well as the movies they want to bomb. Joel admits some mistakes he’s made in the past, Jacob references “growly pants,” and Kent banishes both of them from movie screenings.

Hurry and press play! The summer movie season is almost upon us!

Baconsale Episode 101: Documentary Starter Kit

And here we have Baconsale in its natural habitat: talking about movies. Not just any movies, though. They seem to be discussing documentaries. Kent, the critic of this species, has joined with Joel, the dominant comedian, to create a list of 10 non-fiction films that will help people understand that the word “documentary” does not necessarily mean that the movie will be boring or dry. In fact, they seem to have piqued the interest of a nearby creature named Jacob – a reluctant observer.

Let’s listen and see what happens.

Baconsale Episode 96: Hipster Flick Picks

Have you heard of this podcast called Baconsale? It’s this cool, out-of-the-way podcast not many people know about. Anyway, Kent, Joel and Jacob — totally obscure guys — are the hosts and, in this episode, they’re discussing films you’ve probably never heard of. Well, they’re hoping you’ve never heard of them, because they’re each recommending four films to you. Why four? Because three and five are so mainstream.

Below are the movies they recommend in the episode. If you want to know why they think you would enjoy these films, you’ll have to press play and listen.


KENT’S PICKS:

Red Riding Trilogy (2009)
Song of the Sea (2014)
The One I Love (2014)
Fish Story (2009)

JOEL’S PICKS:
Waking Ned Devine (1998)
The Fall (2006)
He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not (2002)
Steamboat Bill, Jr. (1928)

JACOB’S PICKS:
It Happened One Night (1934)
Kingdom of Heaven – Director’s Cut (2005)
Rope (1948)
The Rundown (2003)

Baconsale Episode 91:Baconsale-Approved Movie Theater Etiquette

It’s time to kick off your shoes and enjoy our latest episode. Well, maybe you’d better keep your shoes on, because we’re talking about movie theater (theatre?) etiquette. We discuss cell phones, we debate about loud talking and we chat about bringing noisy little kids to R-rated horror films. We also argue about your suggestions regarding stinky food, bathroom breaks, candy wrappers, PDAs and more basic guidelines for going to the movies.

So whether you go to the Cinemark, the Megaplex, AMC or Regal Cinemas, press play and let us teach you some lessons on basic human decency at the movie theatre (theater?)!