"On this episode of The Flop House we discuss Fireproof starring Kirk Cameron, America's number one religious star — if you don't count Mel Gibson."

Official Show NotesEdit

"Sometimes even the best of intentions, combined with a deep and abiding religious faith, can still result in a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad movie. We watch Fireproof. Meanwhile, Elliott reveals why he's so easily amused, Stuart reminisces about a nacho altercation, and Dan talks like a little girl (intentionally this time)."

Movie SummaryEdit


­This is an hour and 58 minutes (I believe is the runtime on this) to tell a kitchen-sink story about a marriage in trouble — sort of trouble — then the husband decides to treat his wife nice for a change, and then things turn out all right.
     —Dan @07:50


Final JudgmentsEdit

  • Bad-Bad Movie (Stuart) @29:20
  • Bad-Bad Movie (Dan) @30:15
  • Good-Bad Movie (Elliott) @30:40

Episode HighlightsEdit


Movie PitchesEdit

  • Coal Land @11:45
  • President by Day @29:40
  • Fireproof 2: Proofin' It @32:45


  • ­Don't watch Babylon A.D.
         —Stuart @01:15

Listener MailEdit

Mailbag SongEdit



"Flop House Movie Criteria" from Fed Lastnamewithheld @36:25


  • Timecrimes (2007) by Nacho Vigalondo (Stuart) @46:05
  • Excitebike (1984) by Shigeru Miyamoto (Stuart) @47:39
  • Transsiberian (2008) by Brad Anderson (Dan) @48:21
  • Gomorrah (2008) by Matteo Garrone (Elliott) @51:44
  • The Devil and Daniel Webster (1941) by William Dieterle (Elliott) @53:16

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