Category Archives: Comedy

Treatment 247- Back to the Future

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For November, Matt and Doug have decided to destroy all of everyones’ childhood favorites just like your family did around the Thanksgiving dinner table. To start off us, we’re going to go back in time to the future with…

Back to the Future!!

Doug ruins the career of Huey Lewis!

Matt breaks down why Back to the Future ruins the life of Lorraine McFly!!

Next week: Next up on the chopping block is Gremlins. It is toast.

Psst! Hey! Watch this thing!

Well, we’ve talked about it on the show before, I’ve gone on other podcasts to promote it, but it’s never actually been posted to the Schlock page… until now! Here’s the first scene of

Juan Johnson and the Warriors of Magic Time: Showdown in the Desert of Doom!

Doug and I wrote it. I spent years animating it. And it’s not even done yet! This is only the first scene! Later scenes will include the voices of some of your favorite podcasters (Matt, Doug, and Marc, to name a just a few), so get excited now because the final episode will probably be done in as little as 10 years from now!
OK, enough jibber jabber. Enjoy the cartoon, you ding dongs.
<3,
Kirk

Treatment 238- Maverick

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The Matt and Doug Show head back into the old West and become a couple of smart talkin’, gun-slingin’, poker playin’, backstabbin’ hooligans while covering Mel Gibson, Jodie Foster, and James Garner in

Maverick!

Doug completely misses the big plot twist in the movie!

Matt tries to figure out “peak Mel Gibson.”

Next week: We kick off a brand new thing! A full month of Sylvester Stallone to be known as Stallonetember starting with the Rob Schneider acting turn Judge Dredd.

Treatment 236 – Madhouse

Go Crazy! The Schlock Treatment family grows by one this week, kind of like when the Batman family adds a new Batwoman. We’re doing them one better, though, because we’ve got Danielle Henderson! Speaking of guests, Danielle brought us a tale of overstayed house guests in the John Larroquette/Kirstie Alley vehicle (actually, that’s a house)…

Madhouse!

Doug lays down lessons on old Netflix business models and Build-a-Bear insurance!

Matt defines Gotham for Beginners and NYC couch planning!

Danielle gives a sneak peek into horror-loving pyromaniac grandmas!

Next week: We’re staying topical with one of the main subjects of Straight Outta Compton! That’s right, we’re looking at you, Ice Cube, in xXx: State of the Union!

Treatment 235 – Hell Comes to Frogtown

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With Matt away this week, Doug invited a few people over to Schlock Industries for an impromptu wake of one of our heroes, the late Roddy Piper. Amazingly, this is only our second Piper movie (we started at the top). Join Doug, Abby, Marcus, and the LeopardactylsKirk and Rollie, as we scavenge the nuke-blasted future of…

Hell Comes to Frogtown!

We discuss wrestling action figures, about which Abby makes a massive faux pas!

We talk Piper’s wrestling tactics and accomplishments, leading to Virgil getting an inordinate amount of podcast time!

Targets falling under our scrutiny include [name redacted], film violence “for women’s own good,” and the iWatch!

Next week: We’re back to our regularly scheduled programming, and special guest Danielle Henderson takes us to a Madhouse (a madhouse)!

Treatment 232- Baywatch/Baywatch Nights

hqdefaultThis week finds our heroes in the most dangerous place they’ve traveled to date: Venice Beach! The Matt and Doug Show, aka Schlock Treatment, aka the New New Rockers, aka Cool Sandwich Bros., have a lot on their plate (besides sandwiches). We’re nose-to-nose with world champion wrestlers, unfrozen viking warriors, and skin cancer when we sail to…

Baywatch & Baywatch Nights!

Matt and Doug try to puzzle out why Baywatch Nights happened!

Doug comes to the table with a new character…who should have come around the week prior!

Matt uncovers some secrets Mario Van Peebles would rather stay hidden!

Next week: Returning guest Maggie Serota wants the airwaves, baby, so The X-Files stays alive! Believe in Clyde Bruckman’s Final Repose and  Bad Blood, because they’re out there!