J. Todd Anderson is an incredibly talented storyboard artist who’s been connected to the Coen Brothers dating back to 1987’s Raising Arizona. But for me Anderson will best be known as the director and co-writer of The Naked Man, a surreal film about Edward Bliss Jr. (Michael Rapaport), Psychiatrist by day, wrestler by night. Continue reading
It’s the end of the year for Three Way Theater as the boys decided to kick back, relax, and take a look at some of the best wrestler cameos in films that aren’t Pro Wrestling Movies! Continue reading
It’s time once again for The Annual Peacock Awards! It’s the biggest night of the year for Three Way Theater as we celebrate the movies, TV shows, and wrestling events we reviewed throughout 2017. Who will walk away with a Peackie this year? This time around you get to help us decide! From now until December 17th you can cast your vote and help us choose the very best in show! Go back and listen to our previous episodes, or just check out the movies yourself and cast your vote today!
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Testing out their fancy new audio equipment, the boys hang out in the back of their rented box truck and do a little house cleaning heading into Three Way Theater’s big crossover special coming up at the end of the month with The Mack-Cast. Continue reading
Aging wrestler Randy “The Ram” Robinson (Mickey Rourke) is long past his prime but still ready and rarin’ to go on the pro-wrestling circuit. After a particularly brutal beating, however, Randy hangs up his tights, pursues a serious relationship with a long-in-the-tooth stripper (Marisa Tomei), and tries to reconnect with his estranged daughter (Evan Rachel Wood). But he can’t resist the lure of the ring and readies himself for a comeback.
Professional wrestling promoter Frank Bass (Ed Asner) has to deal with the pressures of running a professional wrestling promotion, facing the pressures of constantly finding new wrestlers to pull in the crowds, keeping the wrestlers he has under contract under control and especially dealing with the fact that the top man, the champion of “the League” Mike Bullard (Verne Gagne) is getting old and there is pressure to replace him with a younger wrestler. One such possible replacement is the latest challenger Billy Taylor (Billy Robinson).
It’s finally here! Part Two has arrived! It’s Episode 18! Also known as ‘The One With The Gummi Worms’ Mike, Lumberjake, and JC sit down to review the final six episodes of the Netflix Original Series GLOW after dealing with some audio issues. Things devolve from there once the gummi edibles Jake provided kick in. All this plus much more on Three Way Theater!
Desperate to jump-start her career, struggling actress Ruth Wilder (Alison Brie) heads to a casting call at an LA gym — and quickly realizes it’s not a typical audition.