The Flop House

by Dan McCoy · · · · 20 subscribers

The Flop House is a comedy podcast devoted to the worst in recent film. Your hosts (Elliott Kalan, Dan McCoy, and Stuart Wellington) watch a questionable film, then engage in an unscripted discussion about the movie's shortcomings and occasional delights, while never being afraid of a pointless, silly digression or two hundred.

A gift to moms everywhere.
The Carnage that was teased at the end of [Venom]( has arrived, albeit with much straighter, non-[Ronald McDonald looking hair]( on Woody Harrelson's head. Cowards. But that's the ONLY part of [Venom: Let There Be Carnage]( that's less goofy than the first one. Hear us dissect this movie like a …
Griffin McElroy of My Brother My Brother and Me, The Adventure Zone, and Wonderful joins us to talk about the family "comedy," The War with Grandpa.
Weirdly, a constantly-wisecracking Ryan Reynolds isn't _less_ irritating when you add a child version of him making the same smug jokes. Are Netflix's widely-reported woes because they churn out dreck like [The Adam Project]( The world may never know! [Wikipedia entry for The Adam Project]( Movies recommended in this episode: …
Fiendish gamemaster Dan quizzes Elliott and Stu about the hardest working men in showbiz.
Ep. #366 - Deep Water April 9, 2022
The Flop House boyz (tm) ponder some Deep Water.
Our Oscars chat is back, baybee!
The original peaches go guestless to talk Ghostbusters: Afterlife, a movie no one has ever had any opinions about on the internet previously.
In honor of our Masters of the Universe streaming show tonight, Elliott takes us on a very silly tour through some of his favorite movie toy tie-ins.
Chuck Bryant from Stuff You Should Know helps us chase our Bliss.
An update on our bonus content commentary bracket.
Update on who's winning the bracket for our bonus commentary!
Alison Rosen drops by to discuss the Oscar-nominated Being the Ricardos, a movie that expresses Aaron Sorkin's not at all bizarre understanding of how comedy works
The first results from our donor bonus content commentary bracket!
We introduce a bracket to decide which previous FH fave we'll do a donor bonus commentary for.
Blockbuster children's book author and illustrator Adam Rex joins us to talk about 2000's misbegotten RPG adaptation, Dungeons & Dragons.
Erik Marcisak, the man who introduced Elliott and Dan, joins us for a discussion of Nukie and just to reminisce.
We're joined by two of the credited writers of Accidental Love, who seem just as baffled by the film as we are.
Scott Meslow, author of "From Hollywood With Love: The Rise and Fall (and Rise Again) of the Romantic Comedy," joins us to explain the surprising interconnectedness of Netflix's holiday romcoms.