125 episodes

Mark Reynolds and Tom Swain talk about the movie, media and entertainment industries, focusing on several original screenplays and the challenges of getting a film produced in Hollywood with a few fart jokes peppered in... Okay, fine... It's pretty much all fart jokes.

Make My Damn Movie Mark Reynolds & Tom Swain

    • Comedy
    • 5.0 • 10 Ratings

Mark Reynolds and Tom Swain talk about the movie, media and entertainment industries, focusing on several original screenplays and the challenges of getting a film produced in Hollywood with a few fart jokes peppered in... Okay, fine... It's pretty much all fart jokes.

    Fade Out | Ep. 125

    Fade Out | Ep. 125

    It’s time to bid a fond farewell to all the listeners and reflect a bit on this, the final episode of the Make Damn Movie podcast. After almost two and a half years, it’s time to say “goodbye”. It’s been a long ride, but a fun one (for the most part). Thanks so much for your support and all the texts we’ve received over the past 124 episodes. Your listenership put the Make My Damn Movie podcast in the top 10 percent of all podcasts globally, and we greatly appreciate you. Please join us on our other podcast, Radioactive Rant, but if you simply can’t walk away from MMDM, we’ll have a link to the Make My Damn Movie Archives where all 125 MMDM episodes will reside on our website, Radioactiverant.com on the homepage in the navigation bar at the BOTTOM of the page. Just click on MMDM Archives, or listen wherever you get your podcasts. Thanks again for listening and participating. Take care of yourselves…

    — Mark Reynolds and Tom Swain

    • 7 min
    Why Was This Movie Made? | Ep. 124

    Why Was This Movie Made? | Ep. 124

    Mark and Tom try to figure out why a particular movie was actually produced and distributed. Mark feels as though people he comes in contact with pity him. Mark and Tom also invite everyone to checkout their other podcast, Radioactive Rant. Also, messages from listeners, The Movie Quotes Game, Classic TV Trivia, Staff Picks and more pity...

    • 20 min
    Clear Goals | Ep. 123

    Clear Goals | Ep. 123

    Mark brings up a seventies movie called "Macon County Line", a dark drama set in 1950s Texas and surprises Tom on who one of the stars that also produced the film is. Also, messages from listeners, The Movie Quotes Game, Classic TV Trivia, Staff Picks and more darkness...

    • 27 min
    Screenwriting Ageism | Ep. 122

    Screenwriting Ageism | Ep. 122

    Mark and Tom get into ageism in Hollywood and wonder if it's mostly younger writers who get a nod. Maybe, maybe not, but they discuss it. Mark watches a documentary called "Dark Side of the 90s". Also, messages from listeners, The Movie Quotes Game, Classic TV Trivia, Staff Picks and possibly more. Can't tell. We're really old...

    • 22 min
    Writing A Buddy Screenplay | Ep. 121

    Writing A Buddy Screenplay | Ep. 121

    Mark and Tom wonder where all the great buddy movies are. Mark mentions the new project called "Weird: The Al Yankovic Story" from Roku. Also, listener messages, The Movie Quotes Game, Classic TV Trivia, Staff Picks and some other things and stuff...

    • 24 min
    Choosing The Perfect Genre | Ep. 120

    Choosing The Perfect Genre | Ep. 120

    Mark and Tom talk about picking the genre that best suits a writer's style. Mark brings up the Netflix show called "Swap Shop" and wonders why people buy other people's crap. Also, listener messages, The Movie Quotes Game, Classic TV Trivia, Staff Picks and possibly other stuff...

    • 18 min

Customer Reviews

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10 Ratings

10 Ratings

Nickthenameo ,

Like watching a movie with 2 buddies

These guys are fun. It’s like talking movies with your friends.

jimmyjane2 ,

Entertaining Screenwriting podcast

This duo gives some pretty good insights into screenwriting.

freem1 ,

Great show

This podcast is hilarious and gives screenwriters great advice.

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