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Hindsight is Horrifying

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Are you a grown-up who grew up in the TV Generation? You're in the right place! Hindsight is Horrifying is THE show for the TV Generation!

Hindsight is Horrifying is the podcast where three allegedly grown-up (and certainly somewhat cynical) hosts mine the TV shows and movies of our youth for the "grown-up" humor we just didn't get as kids.

At least that's the idea. We also do a lot of talking about movies and TV shows in general, and sometimes we even make sense!

Recorded in Alpharetta, Georgia, Hindsight is Horrifying is the show to check out if you grew up on TV and ended up just a bit cynical.

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Charlton Heston kills Vampires! It's "The Omega Man" on HiH.
Charlton Heston kills Vampires! It's "The Omega Man" on HiH.
Check out the video version on Rumble!Armageddon has descended. The world has succumbed to the devastating results of biological warfare. A former TV newscaster has subsequently transformed into an albino, light-sensitive, technology-hating zealot. So, who will keep the public informed? How will Las Angeles know to stay classy?? CAN WE GET RON BURGUNDY ON THE PHONE??? WE DON’T KNOW WHAT WE’RE YELLING ABOUT!Oh wait, none of this matters, because everyone is dead or undead except for Charlton Heston.In all honesty, Dr. Robert Neville (Heston) appears to be living the post-apocalyptic bachelor dream as he forages for supplies in the fanciest abandoned cars that L.A. has to offer. Yeah, those cars are occasionally set aflame by the albino "zompires," but that just makes survival interesting. Neville spends his considerable amount of spare time heckling the one remaining movie (MST3K style) and playing chess with a statue of Julius Caesar. So…there’s some silver lining to the End of Days, right? All good things must come to an end, however. Neville is kidnapped by a woman literally posing as a mannequin who is somehow NOT Kim Cattrall. He didn’t know it was a ruse, the big dumb idiot. Neville winds up getting laid, but most certainly pays the price. Women…The Summer of 70s continues! Join Darth, Jason, and Adam, for their somewhat riveting discussion of The Omega Man. Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
Leo DiCaprio and the Quasi-Commie Hellhole! It's "The Beach" (2000)!
Leo DiCaprio and the Quasi-Commie Hellhole! It's "The Beach" (2000)!
What would you do for a Klondike bar? Would you bark like a dog? What would you do to maintain the secret of Nirvana? Would you murder a shark-bitten Swede? Leo DiCaprio sure would! In Danny Boyle’s 2000 film The Beach, some intrepid travelers seek a hidden island paradise for non-parasites in Thailand, a country where marijuana was recently legalized! After their deeply disturbed fellow traveler, Daffy, commits suicide on the Khao San Road, Richard discovers a map bequeathed to him by Daffy that leads to a forbidden beach so perfect, it was formerly thought of as nothing more than an urban myth. Richard’s bizarre journey includes a French couple, Etienne and Francoise, who like to have loud sex. The threesome’s difficult travels pay off when they finally arrive at The Beach, but this fairy tale land-turned coveted reality conceals a dark truth. The Beach is occupied by a group of hippie psychos who viciously guard their seaside commune, which also happens to be equipped with a manipulative ice queen and dangerous drug farmers who favor a Thai variation of Russian Roulette. There is almost too much to unpack when it comes to The Beach. Suffice it to say that, in this movie adapted from Alex Garland’s far superior debut novel, we discover that when paradise comes at too steep a price, it’s not the journey or the destination so much as the escape. Join Darth, Jason, and Adam for a dive into The Beach.  Hosted on Acast. See for more information.