Hey, do you like murder? This week we watch Inuyashiki, a show about a robot grandpa and his friend, a dog. Miraculously, Josh actually likes this one, which may point to some deep physiological issues once you know the plot of the anime. It’s Trump’s America, we’re just living in it. This is the bravest podcast ever recorded, so prepare yourself and hit me on the ground.
We’re back with another episode of Animaybe After Dark, but this time with a twist. Josh was so mad after the last episode, that he decided that he would pick the next movie himself. He picked Batman Ninja, and who’s to say if he made the right choice. Cars turning into planes, planes turning into bikes, bikes turning into armor, and monkeys turning into a larger monkey that fights a mech made out of buildings. This is quite possibly the weirdest one yet, and we did one with forehead boners. Strap in, folks.
The boys watch a movie that makes Josh Angry, then later sad. He hates it so much that he can’t drop the subject for one second, and Caleb apparently took notes for no God Damn reason, because Josh had to barrel on and on about how much he hated the movie. There are new segments, and much drinking in this first episode of Animaybe: After Dark. Grab a drink, and have a night with us.
This week’s podcast goes perfectly to plan, and we have a perfect recording to prove it. We watched Paprika, and Josh thinks it should take a step back and think about what it has done. We have chair men, thicc bois, butterflies, dreams, thoughts, haunts, chubby chasers, robots, dolls, and much much more!
This week we take on Devilman Crybaby this week, to see if Josh is cool with massive gore and sexual deviance. Maybe he is? You tell me. We also discuss the new Cats trailer, couture pornography, and Dr. Scientist.
The (anime) boys try to convince Josh to like FLCL .He doesn’t, and is not wrong, but maybe not completely right. Who know in this topsy turvy world we live in. We also play anime v erotica (maybe for the last time) and ask if Caleb should be embarrassed by a song (and tattoo), but Mason came late so nothing actually matters.
This week we watch the 2001 Studio Ghibli classic Spirited Away, and Josh actually likes it (sort of). Spirits, gods, radishes, and frogs. All of them somewhat confuse Josh as he dives face first into a stench god to get that sweet, sweet gold. Later, Mason and Josh play a game of Anime or Erotia, and we learn if Caleb should feel bad for having a tattoo. Should you steal bikes? Find that out, and much, much more.
Caleb and Mason force Josh to watch Samurai Champloo, and he likes it better than Megalo Box (but only slightly). They then test him on his knowledge of the show, and Josh tell’s Caleb if he should be embarrassed for liking a song. At one point they all talk about the primary elections, and everyone quickly shifts into jokes, because the truth is depressing. Let’s go, I guess!