Christopher Cross and Dylan Schwan reflect on the remarkable 2010 film Klovn, before finally venturing into the raunchy, uncomfortable world of Klovn Forever. Starring Frank Hvam and Casper Christensen, the movie which is based off the show of the same name, puts the two comedians in very awkward positions and lets us watch as things spiral out of control. However, we ponder things this episode about whether some of it goes too far or if this sequel is less fun because of more disregard for who it might be offensive too.
Dylan also talks about Werner Herzog's new documentary, Into the Inferno, where Herzog takes on a volcano. And he also talks about I Am The Pretty Thing That Lives in The House, which is a new Netflix film that is directed by Anthony Perkins's son, Oz Perkins. We also discuss a lot of ridiculous news and a pretty weak blu-ray release week (including Star Trek Beyond, which we recorded a podcast about). Most importantly though, we talk about the new xXx: The Return of