The MovieByte Podcast is a show to discuss, praise, lament, or sometimes even lampoon movies, TV shows, culture and more. Sometimes we talk about specific movies, or sometimes we talk about a movie series, or even TV shows. And sometimes we talk much more broadly about movie themes or topics.
The MovieByte Podcast #150: They’re Woody and Buzz
Join TJ, Joe, and Chad for the last episode of the show to discuss ‘The Man from U.N.C.L.E. That is of course after reminiscing about the fun times had over the last few years of working on the show. The guys discuss their favorite episodes and movie reviews, they talk about the upcoming reboot of the show, and then they get to film news such as the ‘Star Wars’ super cut, the Honest Trailer for ‘Mad Max’, the Harry Potter fan theory, Dumbledore as Death, and ‘Jurassic World’ in 90 seconds as told by Legos.
The MovieByte Podcast #149: The World Was Black and White
This week, Joe and TJ and joined by Alexis Johnson to discuss the fine film, ‘Mr. Homes.’ Mr. Holmes follows the story of an aging and senile Sherlock trying to piece together what went wrong on his last case 30 years ago. The three also discuss Will Smith rebooting ‘The Fresh Prince of Bel Air’, the upcoming ‘Heroes Reborn’ TV show, the ‘Inside Out’ short film coming this fall with the home entertainment release, Pixar’s plans for ‘Toy Story 4’, and the trailer for Quentin Tarantino’s ‘The Hateful Eight’.
The MovieByte Podcast #148: Drunk Driving in a Teleporter
Joe and TJ are joined by Tim Smith to talk about just how bad ‘Fantastic Four (2015) really is. And boy is it ever a doozy! All can agree that it is the lamest movie of the year so far. And that’s taking Terminator Genisys into account! Also up for discussion, the upcoming ‘Steve Jobs’ film by director Danny Boyle and writer Aaron Sorkin, Batman fighting Batman in the latest ‘LEGO Dimensinos’ trailer, and a retrospective on the making of ‘Back to the Future’.
The MovieByte Podcast #147: The Evil Half of My Brain
TJ and Joe are joined by Clark Douglas to talk about Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation — and what a fantastic film it turned out to be. There’s really not a lot more one could wish for in a summer action blockbuster! They also discuss the possibility of ‘Spider-Man’ having a larger role in ‘Captain America: Civil War’ and ‘Spider-Man’ fatigue, the current state of Marvel television, JJ Abrams visual style and what that could mean for ‘Star Wars’, and Paramount confirming that ‘Mission Impossible 6’ has been green lit.
The MovieByte Podcast #146: He Wasn’t Wearing His Storm Trooper Helmet
TJ and Joe do something crazy this week; they review THREE film! Mission Impossibles 2, 3, and Ghost Protocol (4) in a lead up to next week’s film in theaters: ‘Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation’. Also in discussion: whether Michael Douglas will return as Hank Pym for ‘Ant-Man 2’, the ‘Full House’ sequel, ‘Fuller House’ has cast Eva LaRue as Danny’s wife, ‘X-Men’ and ‘Fantastic Four’ will be getting a cross over (says Bryan Singer), and how many shots in ‘Star Wars VII’ are completely CGI?
The MovieByte Podcast #145: Broke Evangeline Lilly’s Heart
TJ and Joe discuss the last film in Marvel’s Phase 2: ‘Ant-Man’. And while it may have it’s problems here and there it’s a pretty fantastic film and certainly one of the better films Marvel has turned out lately. Also don’t miss the discussion about ‘The Good Dinosaur’ first full length trailer, Sam Raimi looking forward to ‘Spider-Man’ in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and ‘Pacific Rim 2’ begins shooting this November. Also, don’t forget to buy your MovieByte T-Shirt!
Love this! Disciplined, focussed and organized. No rambling and wide detours off topic like podcasts where u don't know what u are listening to for an hour. Listen to it every week. Also check out the wrap by TJ.
I really enjoy this movie podcast. I've been going through all their old one. It's gonna be really sad when I get through all of them and I'm going to have to wait a whole week for each new one :(
This is, hands down, my favorite movie review podcast. They keep it lively and always family friendly. Although I don't always agree with Draper and or his guests, its always nice to get a second opinion.