As the boys enjoy the dog days of Summer they’re joined by podcaster and ring announcer extraordinaire Adam Salzer (@TheSalzerEffect) as they review WWF Summerslam 1992 headlined by Bret “Hitman” Hart defending the Intercontinental Championship against “The British Bulldog” Davey Boy Smith.
THE GIRLS ARE BACK IN TOWN and the boys are here to review them as Mike, Lumberjake, and JC sit down for Episode #31 of Three Way Theater talking about the first five episodes of GLOW Season 2!
Theorizing that one could time travel within his own lifetime, Doctor Sam Beckett led an elite group of scientists into the desert to develop a top secret project, known as QUANTUM LEAP. Pressured to prove his theories or lose funding, Doctor Beckett, prematurely stepped into the Project Accelerator and vanished. He awoke to find himself in the past, suffering from partial amnesia and facing a mirror image that was not his own. Fortunately, contact with his own time was made through brainwave transmissions, with Al, the Project Observer, who appeared in the form of a hologram that only Doctor Beckett could see and hear. Trapped in the past, Doctor Beckett finds himself leaping from life to life, putting things right, that once went wrong and hoping each time, that his next leap will be the leap home… and not get murdered by Terry Funk.
It’s celebration time as we kick off Three Way Theater’s two year anniversary with a very special episode of Best In Show as we look back to the final Pay-Per-View of Extreme Championship Wrestling, ECW Guilty as Charged 2001! Joined by referee extraordinaire Rob “Buddy Christ” Greer (and Gay Tazz!) the boys look back on the sad demise of ECW and try to reconcile the ECW they loved with its final PPV from the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City.
Did you ever want to see an 86 year old Oscar winner get stoned and fuck as many frat boys as possible? Did you ever wonder about the gal who sang pop perfection with the song ‘Gloria’? Were you curious if Three Way Theater would truly stretch the premise of ‘Pro Wrestling Movie’ with a flick about mud wrestling? Well then do we have an episode for you! It’s Episode #28– Mugsy’s Girls!
A MOVIE FOR KID’S OF ALL AGES. a nostalgic tribute to the ever popular Mexican wrestling movies of the 50’s and 60’s. Fast Mexican wrestling action, colorful costumes, and a positive message for kids of all ages. Atomic Blue is an every man; a person among us who personifies heroism in the small actions and gestures of respect, fair play and honesty.
The Mexican wrestler is both a statement and an icon. Where a mask shields, it also points to the reinvention of humanity. The masked wrestler is a shape shifter, a messenger and a prophet. Atomic Blue: Mexican Wrestler, aside borrowing from the symbolism and history of modern Mexican mythology, is intended to be a fun film.
It’s time to Peacock!
Mike, Lumberjake, and JC look back on the year that was with Three Way Theater’s huge awards show the Peackies! After a trip to the red carpet Lumberjake serenades everyone with a musical medley from the films watched in 2017, JC blows the lid off of TWT’s best conspiracy theories, Mikey revisits his hatred for Bruce Springsteen, and Marissa Tomei gets robbed. Listen to all this and so much more now at the 2017 Peacock Awards!
VOTING HAS ENDED! Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2017 Peacock Awards. Take a listen this Friday December 22 on ThreeWayTheater.com, Podbean, & iTunes to see who won!
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!
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).
Crooked but lovable Harry Sears manages a pair of sexy young female wrestlers, Iris and Molly, who call themselves the California Dolls. Struggling on the lowest rungs of the journeyman wrestling circuit, the Dolls dream of making the big time and battling their ultimate rivals, Diane and June, the Toledo Tigers. But first they have to take on a sleazy promoter who makes their lives difficult.