Mamo! is the show about movies and popular culture, hosted by Matthew Price and Matt Brown. We record live in real locations, giving our show a unique sound and feel. We examine why and how movies connect with all of us, and ten years in, we still have a lot to say.
Mamo 587: Professor Hulk
SPOILER WARNING! Summer is here and so are the Avengers, perhaps for the last time! We desperately attempt to recap our AVENGERS: ENDGAME glee in a crowded restaurant before laying out our guesswork for which films will come in below ENDGAME in the summer's top ten list. Join us for a slice, won't ya?
MAMO 500: Fantastic Crimes And Where To Grind Them
Can you believe we've done 500 of these? Neither can we! It's time to convene a Wizengamot on the future fates of the Harry Potter Expanded Universe, as evidenced by the lukewarm-at-best reaction to J.K. Rowling and David Yates' FANTASTIC BEASTS 2: THE CRIMES OF GRINDELWALD.
Deathwatch Episode 1: HARRY DEAN STANTON (1926-2017)
Hello Mamo listeners! The Matts are off on a new adventure, a monthly podcast for the Modern Superior network profiling the recently deceased in our pop culture community. Give a listen, and subscribe, follow, and enjoy as you see fit! We're in iTunes, Libsyn, the Play Store, and at modernsuperior.com.
Mamo 475: The Man, The Myth
Less about the Joss Whedon clusterfuck than one of its underlying questions: what's the deal with aspirational morality?
Mamo 474: The End Times
The year is 2017. Orange Hitler is the president. And as Mamo predicted at the turn of the decade, movies are on their way out. Let's discuss.
Mamo 473: Dear White People
As Mamo gets near the end of its first season, we take in the formal mastery of DUNKIRK while wondering aloud: just white people? Really? And at least one of the Matts is a pretty hefty fan of GAME OF THRONES but greets this CONFEDERATE news with a hefty: really, white people? Really?
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Been listening for years
I love their laid back style.
It's been real
This was of the most fun and entertaining podcast on pop culture. But it's seems to be going in different direction and frankly just too negative for my taste. It was fun while it lasted.
I love the casual yet quality conversations about film. The matts are great