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We'll See You In Hell
Comedian Joe DeRosa and writer Patrick Walsh discuss or provide commentary on a different horror/ sci-fi/ fantasy film each week. The guys go off on tangents aplenty, break balls, and test the limits of their friendship while riffing on classics, underrated gems, and plain old crap. Watch along or just listen and laugh -- you've got options, babe! So without further ado, on with the show and ON... with the Joe!!!
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4.7 stars from 673 ratings
Rebuttal to a one star review
It’s very funny and they barely discuss the movie!!👍👍👍😂 Five hogs way up.
tk koza via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/04/19
You’ll See Me In Heaven
This is my favorite show to pop up in my subscription feed, I press play on every episode that drops IMMEDIATELY. I love the candid nature of these conversations and how little of the show is about the title film. I don’t think there’s anyone whose take on movies I continually disagree with more...Read full review »
Gibbelz via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/15/19
You wish you could do this
Folks, If you listen to this podcast expecting a detailed movie review you may be disappointed. The fun of this show is listening to Joe and Pat bicker about anything that passes in range of their comedic radar.
aploz4u via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/10/19
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