On this week’s mini-episode, Cory interviews Jeff about his first trip to LA COMIC CON. They discuss all things horror, Kevin Smith and Zombieland Double Tap. Stay Gold, Switches!
2013 Best Picture Part 2 Al and our hosts return this week to reveal which movie from 2012 deserved to have its name scrawled on the 2013 Best Picture envelope. After Cory eats crow about last weeks cummerbund mishap, and a few of Al’s Useless Hollywood Facts, we dive deep into our limited field of […]
2013 BEST PICTURE PART 1 This week Jeff sent Al on a vacation, and with out his useless facts to get Cory to guess the year, our hosts try out a new segment and attempt to stump each other with 2012 movie trivia. Cory takes us Behind the Oscars and discover taht first time/last time […]
1986 Best Picture Part 2 This week our hosts get down to brass tacks about which movie really deserved the Academy Award for Best Picture in 1986. Will Out of Africa hold onto its award, will The Color Purple be vindicated after being shut out of any Oscar wins, or will a non-nominated modern classic […]
1986 Best Picture with Nikki O. This week we welcome the host of Riff Laff’s newest podcast Sex With Candy, Nikki O., and Al takes our them back…in tiiime, to a year when the world was introduced to New Coke, Michael Jordan, and Calvin and Hobbes. Cory takes us behind the disaster that was the […]
1991 Best Picture Part 2 This week we conclude our trip to 1991s Academy Awards and decide which film should have won for Best Picture. We’ll take you through our metric and break down the scores for all the nominees plus our alternate, Edward Scissorhands, to see if any of 1990’s best can dethrone Dances […]
1991 Best Picture Part 1 Welcome back, Switches, to season 2 of Switch the Envelope! We put on a new coat of paint and gave Al an upgrade for a whole new batch of Oscar switching. This week Al sends our fearless duo to the year 1991 to find out if Kevin Costner’s epic directorial […]
1987 Best Director Part 2 On this episode we get to the thrilling conclusion of our first Best Director Category. 1987’s Best Director award went to Oliver Stone, but a year that was packed with great movies and directors makes for some tight competition. Our hosts review the nominees and their alternates before taking us […]