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Sims and Wilson

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Chris Sims and Matt Wilson love movies. The kinds you would pick up on VHS on a Friday afternoon and have to watch that weekend, no matter how terrible it was. They also love to hate them. Movie Fighters is a celebration of that. Each episode, they watch a movie, recap it, and try to make sense of it. They often don't.

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We went to a snack Mecca in Ohio. Listen as we describe its glory and wonder, then try some local-favorite chips, exotic jerky and assorted sodas. Plus, Matt ruins his mouth with hot sauce.

It's our second time going to a movie theater for a Movie Fighters and our second video-game-based movie starring Dwayne Rocky "The Rock" Maivia Johnson, as we watch the 2018 blockbuster Rampage for this week's show. Guess what:... more

We're wrapping up our run of Faux-nans with a 1983 barbarian movie led by a woman, and that might just rule.

A listener sent us some candy bars and chips from Ecuador, and we're psyched to try them!

Matt lost a trivia contest fair and square, so he has to try some truly gross Oreos. Or are they? See how he liked Hot & Spicy Cinnamon, Cinnamon Bun, Peeps and Red Velvet flavors of a cookie that really shouldn't be messed with.

Is it a movie? Is it a TV series? Is it an OAV? Whatever it is, we're watching the three-episode Netflix series about the Pony Girls. None of our questions are answered. (Also: Apologies for some poppin' p's. We weren't using our usual... more

The series we've lovingly dubbed No-nans is back as we watch 1982's Ator the Fighting Eagle, a Conan ripoff that was at the very least timely, if nothing else.

It's that time of year, so we're trying some tasty treats sold by the Girl Scouts!

We visited JJ's Red Hots in Charlotte, NC, for a very special meal situation! Chris, Matt and special guest Chad Bowers each tried one or more specialty hot dogs, as well as some famous sides!

Look, everybody. We needed this. To kick off 2018, we're watching a classic. That's right. The 1982 film The Beastmaster, directed by Don Coscarelli, is kicking off a series of fantasy films! It's on Amazon Prime if you want to watch along.