Qt3 Movie Podcast: The Last Witch Hunter

Title Qt3 Movie Podcast: The Last Witch Hunter
Author Tom Chick
Posted in Movie podcasts
When October 27, 2015

This week we see Vin Diesel in the opposite of an origins story..

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Dingus, you used Close Encounters of the Third Kind in the directors as actors 3x3. It was your #3 for that.

I had to pull off the road today because I was laughing so hard during Kelly's opsis. Actually happened.

Ah. I forgot that! Was it Truffaut I was talking about?

Thanks Chris!

I jumped to the part of the podcast where I mention that only the other two jokers have used Close Encounters, and never me. I love that you caught that!

You are the best. Please keep it up, Chris.

Done. And yes, it was Truffaut.

My favorite thing about this is that Truffaut is actually mentioned as I prattle on. And I totally missed it.

And once again I worry about laughing too much on mic. But what can you do when podcasting with a [inter]national treasure? It's a difficult line to walk.

I have to side with Kelly on this one. Hearing you and Tom laugh just enhances the opsis so there is no need to mute yourselves.

If you listen to the Under the Skopsis, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Jourpsis, The Blackhopsis and the Prometheopsis, they are all made even better with you guys cracking up.

Prometheopsis is the second-best thing on the internet. Upstream Colopsis is the best. You heard me.

Thanks, man. For once I hope not too many people were gravely injured.

Tom's not an easy laugh, so if I don't hear him, I feel like I've failed. You're Old Faithful.

Someday maybe I'll be able to handle listening to one...

"Sylvester Stallone on meth." Excellent, excellent.

Actually, Tom's an exceedingly easy laugh. His laugh is just more subtle now, so it's tougher for you to hear it over my cackling. I assure you he's laughing just as much as I am, if not more.

That said, happy to be considered the Giggling Old Faithful. So masculine.

I like you.

Those are some provocative words, Peter.


Rated PG-13 for Frown Lines

Holiday Inn (1942) Calendar shots throughout. Bing, Fred, blackface, White Christmas.

If it all gets too much, please do rest your head upon this comforting basket of walnuts. Kelly, you're the bestest.