In the tenth episode of Questionable Taste, Jeff and Dylan shake things up by bringing their defensive ways to recent movie news.
In the ninth episode of Questionable Taste, Jeff and Dylan pick up their trusty copies of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy and defend the 2005 film adaptation against those who think it doesn't live up to the legacy of Douglas Adams.
In the eighth episode of Questionable Taste, Jeff and Dylan burst through your screens to defend the 1993 Arnold Schwarzenegger vehicle Last Action Hero, which was sabotaged by nervous studio executives running a confusing marketing campaign. Big mistake!
In the seventh episode of Questionable Taste, Jeff and Dylan fight alongside the X-Men as they make their last stand. Hear the tales of Bone Man and Porcupine Boy, and discover Dylan's secret sewer origins!
In the sixth episode of Questionable Taste, Jeff and Dylan's collective spider-sense goes off when critics and audiences alike trash Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man 2. In the words of Peter Parker: whaaaaaaaaaaaaaat?
In the fifth episode of Questionable Taste, Jeff and Dylan are furious that the 1999 superhero comedy Mystery Men isn't treated as the cult classic it rightfully should be! Temperature rising! Vision blurring! Rage taking over!
In the fourth episode of Questionable Taste, Jeff and Dylan dive deep into the river of slime to rescue a sequel whose only crime was following its perfect predecessor. In the immortal words of Bobby Brown: well I guess we're gonna have to take control.
In episode three of Questionable Taste, Jeff and Dylan ride alongside The Long Ranger as he and Tonto jump from one exploding train to the next in Gore Verbinski's misunderstood and unappreciated modern adaptation. What's not to love? I mean, besides the white guy cosplaying as a Native American.
In episode two of Questionable Taste, Jeff and Dylan welcome the last son of Krypton with open arms upon his return in the much-maligned Superman Returns. Bryan Singer's tribute to the Richad Donner films was taken to task for its lack of action, which ultimately led to us getting Zack Snyder's chaotic Man of Steel. Are you all happy now?!
In the debut episode of Questionable Taste, Jeff and Dylan save Terminator Salvation from being lowered into molten steel by angry Arnold Schwarzenegger loyalists. Christian Bale's meltdown on the set of the film has a better Rotten Tomatoes score than the film itself.