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Two Assholes Watch Sharks in Venice

Baldwin!

Here it is! The long-awaited return of Two Assholes Watch a Movie! Today we’re going to take you on a journey to the fantastic world of Sharks in Venice. I am not even joking. This movie stars none other than Stephen Baldwin, and uses every last ounce of public domain shark footage they could find.

This time, we’re trying something a little different. I’ve created an enhanced podcast in the AAC format, however, I can’t seem to make it work with iTunes and you can subscribe via iTunes below or download it manually here.

To listen in your browser, click play below.

Lastly, to subscribe via RSS feed or download in MP3 format, visit this link.

EDIT: Attempting to get the Enhanced version of the podcast working with WordPress was one of the most painfully frustrating things I’ve ever done. I’m probably never going to bother with it again unless someone can show me an easier way. I’m going to go punch myself repeatedly in my Baldwin, now. That being said, I will do my best to get the pictures that are on the enhanced podcast uploaded for you to see soon.

EDITEDIT: I’ve figured out how to put .m4a files in properly. For those of you watching this unbearable train wreck as I update and re-update to make AAC files embeddable and iTunes-ified, I do apologize. I believe I’ve got it all ironed out, now.

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10 Comments

  1. I’m totally downloading this now. Next up, a recording of your comments during the movie, a la MST3K. :-)

  2. I’m totally downloading this now. Next up, a recording of your comments during the movie, a la MST3K. :-)

  3. The enhanced Podcast was well worth the effort, Justin! It’s great! :-) For your reading enjoyment, a review from IMDB:

    I had pretty low expectations of this film just because of the ridiculous title,but this was even worse than expected.It was one of the the worst films I’ve seen all year,or any year.Quite frankly,it is shit of the highest order.I was hoping for enjoyable,tongue in cheek nonsense like Snakes On A Plane,but this was outrageously bad.I don’t know which was the more embarrassing,the rubber looking shark or Stephen Baldwin’s man boobs.

    Seriously,there is nothing whatsoever to recommend this film apart from the fairly catchy title.I just dread the day when we see films like The Great Thames Piranha Invasion, or Silverback Gorillas Take Manhattan….

    It may be called Shark In Venice,but it was actually made in Bulgaria.Judging this film,I will be careful to avoid any ‘Bullywood’ films in the future.

  4. The enhanced Podcast was well worth the effort, Justin! It’s great! :-) For your reading enjoyment, a review from IMDB:

    I had pretty low expectations of this film just because of the ridiculous title,but this was even worse than expected.It was one of the the worst films I’ve seen all year,or any year.Quite frankly,it is shit of the highest order.I was hoping for enjoyable,tongue in cheek nonsense like Snakes On A Plane,but this was outrageously bad.I don’t know which was the more embarrassing,the rubber looking shark or Stephen Baldwin’s man boobs.

    Seriously,there is nothing whatsoever to recommend this film apart from the fairly catchy title.I just dread the day when we see films like The Great Thames Piranha Invasion, or Silverback Gorillas Take Manhattan….

    It may be called Shark In Venice,but it was actually made in Bulgaria.Judging this film,I will be careful to avoid any ‘Bullywood’ films in the future.

  5. “Next up, a recording of your comments during the movie, a la MST3K.”

    This is actually something we kicked around before watching this movie, because we knew it was going to be that kind of movie. It’s certainly something that I’ve always dreamed of doing, and have done in the past (the original Planet of the Apes is one that always turns out really well).

    I’m glad you liked the podcast this week and I hope that you get to hear another one soon.

  6. “Next up, a recording of your comments during the movie, a la MST3K.”

    This is actually something we kicked around before watching this movie, because we knew it was going to be that kind of movie. It’s certainly something that I’ve always dreamed of doing, and have done in the past (the original Planet of the Apes is one that always turns out really well).

    I’m glad you liked the podcast this week and I hope that you get to hear another one soon.

  7. maybe you all can get a deal whereby while you watch a DVD there is a “Director’s Commentary” button as well as an “Asshole Commentary x2” button. That would be sweet. My Asshole Commentary button is stuck in the “on” position, personally…

  8. maybe you all can get a deal whereby while you watch a DVD there is a “Director’s Commentary” button as well as an “Asshole Commentary x2” button. That would be sweet. My Asshole Commentary button is stuck in the “on” position, personally…

  9. I’ve fixed the iTunes feed so that it now displays the title properly and lets you download the enhanced version directly to iTunes. Hooray! I recommend unsubscribing and resubscribing to prevent duplicate downloads.

  10. I’ve fixed the iTunes feed so that it now displays the title properly and lets you download the enhanced version directly to iTunes. Hooray! I recommend unsubscribing and resubscribing to prevent duplicate downloads.

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