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‘We Hate Movies’ is here for a night of jokes, bad movies, and hopefully no dogs

The NYC-based podcast readies a cannon of jokes at Nicolas Cage’s expense to start the week at Laugh Boston

The last time we saw the We Hate Movies podcast team make its way to Boston in 2015, they were in a room that fit around 70 people, with no seats, three people walked out, and someone brought a dog.

Needless to say, when they return to the city to hit up Laugh Boston on Monday night (April 22) as part of their East Cage Tour, where they discuss four Nicolas Cage “classics” in four nights, they’ll most likely be able to avoid repeating at least three of those instances. With the show nearly sold out as of press time, the quartet is bringing the cringe of Cage’s 2009 Knowing — and for those of you who may be unaware of what to expect, co-host Stephen Sajdak wants to clue you in a little bit.

“In Boston, we’re doing Knowing, which is [Cage’s] weirdo, end-of-the-world, kind of-aliens, ‘I look like a scarecrow now’ movie,” says Sajdak. “We run you through the movies, and we make a ton of bad jokes. But we’re not just running you through the movie. We run on tangents, we do impressions, and we just put on a fun show.”

With co-host Eric Szyszka stating that their live shows are really “just comedy shows that are sprung from a movie,” each of the guys have their own favorite aspects of what a live edition does for the show. 

Having done live shows all over the country since 2012, they’ve been able to inject some improv into the performances, as well as impressions, and they’ve really learned to keep an eye out for the things that aren’t supposed to happen, like walking into beams while making their way to stage or poorly-timed

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