We look at what happened to the characters in your favorite movies after they end. If this was the real world, what would happen to that girl who survived the summer camp slasher massacre? Who's going to believe the guy who traveled through time? Were the members of The Breakfast Club still friends on Monday morning? These are the questions we're going to answer! And on top of that, every episode includes a fun mini-feature, and we revisit our picks for the top films of a particular year or actor in 100 Years of Hollywood in 100 Episodes!
#130 - Almost Famous, plus Marvel's Black Widow
Phil & Mike go after the ending of 2000’s music drama masterpiece Almost Famous, and then they share their thoughts on Marvel’s latest blockbuster, Black Widow (we do all the non-spoilery stuff first, don’t worry!)
#129 - Top 5 Movie Dads! ATE Recommends!
In this episode (recorded the day after Father’s Day), Phil & Mike share their Top 5 Movie Dads! Plus, they share what they’re enjoying lately in ATE Recommends!
#128 - Shaun of the Dead! Plus: Movies vs. Television!
In this episode, Phil and Mike go after the ending of 2004’s horror-comedy classic, Shaun of the Dead! Then, they discuss movies versus television, or long form storytelling versus short form storytelling. Is one better than the other?
#127 - Top 5 Drill Sergeants! Plus, ATE Recommends!
Phil and Mike share their Too 5 in-your-face, tough-as-nails movie Drill Sergeants! Then, they share what they’re enjoying lately with ATE Recommends!
#126 - In & Out! Plus, The Theater Experience Returns! (But Is It Worth It?)
Phil and Mike celebrate PRIDE Month by going after the ending of 1997’s hit comedy In & Out starring Kevin Kline and Tom Selleck, and then they discuss returning to the theaters in the post-pandemic world and what the experience is like!
#125 - Top 5 Serial Killer Movies, plus ATE Recommends!
In this episode, Phil and Mike break down their Top 5 Movies About Serial Killers. Then, they share what they’re watching/listening to/reading/enjoying in ATE Recommends!
This show is so fun! Definitely give it a try. :)
The concept of the show is super cool. Adding their own spin on some classic movies!
Mike Spring and Phil Edwards have created an amazing concept that combines the love of movies and writing. If you're a fan of either, this podcast is a must listen, seriously. The hosts knowledge of movies is incredibly vast, and this is supplemented with their ability to move the story along after the final fade out, sometimes to hilarious conclusions! This is a MUST LISTEN podcast!