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Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast. Allen and Katie watch horror movies from all eras and of all qualities and then discuss them in a not-so-academic way (just as the name "Werewolf Ambulance" might imply!) and then discuss and rate them. The episodes do contain spoilers, so please watch the films before listening if that bothers you!
 
Two Monday morning cage fighters that love all things MMA. Raf is a freelance MMA writer/Comedian/MMA practitioner located out in sunny LA. Kevin is a Comedian/MMA Practitioner living out in sunny Denver, Co. Together they are analyzing fights, mocking each other, and keeping everyone humorously in tune with the world of MMA. Listen to one, you'll be sure to download more.
 
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In this week's episode, we're trying desperately not to pronounce "clown" as "clahn" as we discuss the 2017 film "It." We'll be talking Chapter 2 next week but for now, special topics for your consideration include: 90s rock star fights, well-cast teens even if teens are kinda awful, a masterclass on practical vs. computer-generated effects, trying…
 
Raf was on the commentary team this week over at Subversiv the Teams Competition and did some amazing work with legends. He recaps some noteworthy moments, highlights the teams, and gives us some exclusive insight. Kevin did very little, but he is present. Listen in as they kinda cover MMA and all the way cover BJJ.…
 
We do our best to watch as much grappling and fighting as we can, but this was a tough weekend. Listen in as we recap what we did see, and hint at the boxing results as well. Just Raf and Kevin this week, and you won't want to miss the glee of fight watching weekend.Av Raf Esparza and Kevin Phillips
 
*dj air horn* It's our 350th episode! We actually didn't realize until...well, right now. But that's okay, because we think it's a pretty good one. This episode represents our return to the Wan-iverse with James Wan's newest film, "Malignant." Special topics for your consideration include: some more life advice from your friends who know nothing-- …
 
In this week's episode, we're exploring what happens when you take a charming Canadian slasher film and reimagine it as much, much worse: you'll get the 2008 movie "Prom Night" (and you'll deserve it!) Special topics for your consideration include: "that guy from that thing," a message to teens from your pals here at Werewolf Ambulance, a lil trip …
 
EMTs, what better way to wrap up our 'horrors of the sky' rock block with a movie that does not contain enough movie to fill an entire podcast episode? We're talking about the 2020 film "Shadow in the Cloud." It is what we in the industry call "a doozy." Special topics for your consideration include: a healthy amount of "what's in the booooox?" tal…
 
We have the very talented creator of MixedMartialArtish.com back on the show to recap what was an insane last 72 hours of the UFC. From Jon Jones Hall of Fame to Jon Jones arrest, and all the UFC 266 action we have you covered. Thanks again to our friend Bobby for coming on. Enjoy.Av Raf Esparza and Kevin Phillips
 
We're back from a brief pre-recorded break to deliver some much needed humor. We have on MixedMartialArtish.com on the show and we have an absolute blast playing Over/Under Kevin UFC 266. Kevin's still distracted, Raf is on point, and the podcast is funny. Listen in.Av Raf Esparza and Kevin Phillips
 
EMTs, it is good to be back in the attic! This week we've got the 'fasten seatbelts' sign on with the first half of our airplane horror rock block-- we're discussing the new Netflix original film "Blood Red Sky." Special topics for your consideration include: a real missed opportunity when it came to naming this film, more questions about the vampi…
 
Hi EMTs! Katie again, re-releasing one of my all-time favorite episodes as Allen takes a little break. I realized that this one, covering the Stephen King classic (?) "Thinner," is the genesis for so many of our favorite jokes and we just had such a great time talking about it. I hope you enjoy it. As of right now, we're planning to be back with a …
 
Meg He joints the show to offer much needed guidance on jiu-jitsu and how to keep gyms safe and conscious about sexual assault. This is a problem of when, not if, and we must bond together to be proactive. Meg is also amazing, and you should check out everything she does: https://linktr.ee/meghe. Please listen, we really valued the conversation wit…
 
Hi EMTs, Katie here, holding down the fort while Allen takes a bit of much-needed time off. I had suggested to him that I pick a few episodes to re-release that could use a bit more love, so I'm starting off with what is probably my all-time favorite: the 2007 Lindsay Lohan spectacle "I Know Who Killed Me." Guys, this film is the greasy pizza-shape…
 
The episode starts with some questions about the Jake Paul Tyron Woodley fight, and ends with some applause for the UFC for going back to social distancing (we think thats why they didn't have fans, we're not sure). Tune in for some UFC updates and speculation around if boxing is a real thing. Cheers!…
 
We weren't able to record this week, so we're giving you a sneak peek into the Patreon files-- this week's episode is "The Terminator" from 1984. It's kind of a horror movie crossover anyway! This grittier, less blockbuster-y first film in the franchise is pretty dark and we had a great time breaking it down for our Patreon audience. We'll getcha s…
 
In this week's episode, we are bidding farewell to the "Fear Street" trilogy with the third entry into the series, "1666." Special topics for your consideration include: ye olde horny teens, not faring well in a small town...or an old timey town...or anywhere really, the "Hell House LLC" effect on the third film in a three-part franchise, unforgivi…
 
It has been an informative and tough week in the grappling and jiu-jitsu community. We have Averi Clements on to help us navigate the entire story. She and the folks at JiuJitsu Times have really put the work in. Journalism doesn't get the credit it deserves when its done well, it only gets the spotlight. We stand with the integrity of their report…
 
In this week's episode, we're covering the remake of the film we both loved-- the 2011 version of "Fright Night." Special topics for your consideration include: objectification sweatpants, an amazing cast of people that we are basically obsessed with (besides Colin Farrell, sorry I guess), more questions about vampires, a criminal underutilization …
 
We have Hunter Colvin back on the show fresh after answering the call to fight for his country on about 24 hours notice. He recaps the event, the how it happened, and the emotions as he fought for Team USA. Then, we have a bet to settle. UFC 265 in all its glory and we recap what we could. Listen in, Hunter is at the top of the game.…
 
In this week's episode, we're back to the Netflix original "Fear Street" series with the second entry in the series: 1978. A very good year! Special topics for your consideration include: probably incorrect opinions on witches, beets and asparagus talk, looking like a postgrad, glowering teens, bullying teens, surly teens, confusing teens, horny te…
 
This week, in a shocking twist, we discover that there is a heavy metal horror movie from the year of our lord 1988 that ALLEN HAS NOT SEEN. How can this be? Regardless, we're remedying the situation by watching and discussing "Black Roses," available on Shudder. Special topics for your consideration include: shitty 80s moms and dads, really pushin…
 
As a tribute to the great Jackie Mason - who passed away this weekend - we have a reprise of our episode on Caddyshack 2. Jackie starred in the movie - which has the notoriety of being the worst sequel OF ALL TIME! Jackie took on the Rodney Dangerfield role for the movie - in this classic battle of the snobs vs. the slobs, (Spoiler Alert: The slobs…
 
In this week's episode, we decided to see what all the fuss was about with the new Netflix release "Fear Street Part One: 1994." Special topics for your consideration include: a lot of strong opinions about 90s rock, a lot of strong opinions about 90s fashion and the revisionist history therein, teen television: is it for us? (probably?), early int…
 
We have a lot of headlines / fights / franchise reboots to catch up on. Raf and Kevin watched all the Space Jam's so you wouldn't have to, but you should and join us. We also talk Miesha Tate, and the state of current grappling headlines. Listen in, the guys had too much this week.Av Raf Esparza and Kevin Phillips
 
In this week's episode, we're discussing one of the finest vampire films of all time in my (Katie's) humble opinion, though we realized about halfway through recording it that we were kinda just laughing about it. We're talking about the 1987 Kathryn Bigelow-directed film "Near Dark." Special topics for your consideration include: just trying to im…
 
Legendary comedian Rick Overton joins us to talk comedy. Rick's IMDB page is the size of a phone book; which includes Beverly Hills Cop, playing Matt Damon's boss in Steven Soderbergh's, The Informant! - to Showtime's: I'm Dying Up Here. Rick also has a new comedy special, out called: Rick Overton's Set List. We do a deep dive into Rick's comedy or…
 
In this week's episode, we're talking farms and sheeps and the great outback with the 2006 New Zealand horror comedy "Black Sheep," not to be confused with the extremely popular American 1996 non-horror comedy of the same name. Special topics for your consideration include: environmental activist conspiracy theories, farm talk from two people who k…
 
From the archives: Sasha Baron Cohen plays activist Abbie Hoffman in the Netflix film, The Trial of the Chicago 7. As seen in the film, by day, Hoffman was in the courtroom - fighting conspiracy charges. By night, he would regularly perform at The Second City. Hoffman's stage appearance marked a transition at the theater - from a bunch of squares d…
 
We are so excited to have on BJJ legend Tim Spriggs! Kevin was in South Dakota, Raf was in LA, its time to Podcast to the bottom of this insanely packed UFC card. Ya, you read that right, we're actually excited about the card this time. Please go visit all of the timspriggsbjj.com experience, and be sure to leave both of us a 5 star review for this…
 
In this week's very special episode, we are returning to a film we covered early in our podcasting career- the 1985 horror comedy "Return of the Living Dead." Special topics for your consideration include: revisiting old jokes and writing better new jokes, the national treasure that is Linnea Quigley, the national weirdo that is Glenn Danzig, extre…
 
In this week's episode, we're getting back into the folk horror genre with the 2018 film "Apostle," a Netflix production. Special topics for your consideration include: a dirty and glowering Dan Stevens, cult recruitment tactics, using a standard-issue receptacle incorrectly, blaming god for literally everything, and the fact that folk horror is al…
 
In this week's episode and in honor of Pride Month, we're discussing what the internet described as "the gayest horror movie of all time." It's the second entry into the "Nightmare on Elm Street" franchise, "Freddy's Revenge." Special topics for your consideration include: wanting to be good allies but also being mad at corporations, the concept of…
 
To bookend the pandemic, we have a CH101 reprise on comedy helping to deal with tragic events. We look at comedy right directly after 9/11. They said irony was dead - but comedy help us pull through tragedy - especially with The Onion, SNL, Letterman, The Daily Show, and Gilbert Gottfried's legendary joke at the Friar's Club Roast.…
 
If UFC 263 was WILD, but the post-presser was straight up bananas. We recap all the fights, chat with a Diaz brother, and bring back the lovable Gian Carlo to help us look at this weekend's PPV from all angles. Kevin ain't here this episode, but that doesn't stop us from revealing who won on this installment of "Over/Under Kevin." So tune in and be…
 
In this week's episode, we discover that a crappy book is likely to make a crappy movie with the 2008 adaptation "The Ruins." Special topics for your consideration include: a running theme of terrible doctors named Jeff, our inability to keep a running pun throughout an episode (but also, some pretty siiiick plant-related puns), secretly wishing fo…
 
Our guest is Art Bell; the man who pitched the idea that became Comedy Central. Art was also the head of programming at the network. We do a deep dive into the origin of such iconic shows as Mystery Science Theater 3000, South Park, The Daily Show - and talk about the early careers of Jon Stewart, Marc Maron, and Bill Maher. Art also has a new book…
 
From the archives: I talk to David Litt- former head joke writer for President Obama. We dive into what made Obama funny in the Oval Office; and contrast that to Trump's vastly different sense of presidential humor. (Trump's humor wheelhouse: mocking a disabled reporter and making fun of a sexual assault victim.) You might also know David Litt from…
 
In this week's episode, we tackle perhaps our most boob-heavy film of all time: the 1990 Frank Henenlotter horror/comedy/exploitation film "Frankenhooker." Special topics for your consideration include: an extremely loose interpretation of Mary Shelley, a substantial amount of science mumbling, the beauty that is "Basket Case," misremembering films…
 
From the archives: In 1961, Dick Gregory was the first African American comedian to headline a white club. A pioneer in the world of stand-up comedy, Gregory's material mocked the bigotry and racism of the time. Gregory is equally known for his activism as well as his comedy. He's one of the most influential comedians in comedy history; inspiring t…
 
Well, is this the scarecrow film we've been waiting for? I'm actually not sure and for that, I apologize. Regardless, we're talking about it! This week's movie is the 2010 film "Husk." Special topics for your consideration include: knowing basically everything you know about corn from "Field of Dreams," burlap: a terrifying fabric, wishing for the …
 
Raf and Kevin take a stroll around the topics of MMA, PGA, UFC, and Sub Underground. We're huge fans of the people fighting around the world and we have just the idea to fix the UFC!!! Listen in. Oh also, some things were said about Dick Wolf and the Chicago Dramas.Av Raf Esparza and Kevin Phillips
 
This week, Ed & Lorraine Warren are back on their bullshit and frankly, we are not having it. Furthermore, how does this movie have 80% on Rotten Tomatoes? It's madness. Speaking of madness, special topics for your consideration include: ghosts who enjoy the work of Margaret Thatcher, ghosts who can tell riddles that the demons who inhabit them can…
 
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