Two dudes that have had movie discussions their whole life take their conversation to the mics as they discuss a plethora of things in the current pop culture zeitgeist that surrounds Hollywood. After the credits roll, these two movie buffs dig into things, holding nothing back as they discuss movies, tv shows, and everything that goes into making and consuming them. Listen in for a format that isn't about assigning a rating, but instead is a conversation you might have with a friend. These guys are passionate about it, and hope to inspire the same in you.
306 Shutter Island (Drew Hated This One)
There is always some madness in love. But there is also always some reason in madness.
305 The Goonies (Say Die At Least Four Times)
Welcome to The Post Credit Podcast’s 50th episode! It had to be something special and, though this movie ticks that box, it’s also with admiration and solemn spirits that we discuss this movie, The Goonies, a movie by director Richard Donner who passed away last week at the age of 91. The Goonies is as much a staple in Hollywood adventure films as Indiana Jones, National Treasure, or the ‘Pirates’ franchise but puts kids in the driver’s seat and let’s the adventure fly. Join Mikey, Brand, Andy, Data, Stef, Mouth, Chunk, and of course sloth, as these Goonies explore the caves and underground of Astoria Oregon in search of One-eyed Willy and his treasure that could same the home they are about to lose. If you’re looking for adventure, The Goonies are “good enough for you!”
304 Terminator 2: Judgement Day (Not With A Bang But With A Lot Of Bangs)
Join us today as we break down T2: Judgement Day, the finale of James Cameron’s epic tale of one man, destined to save mankind by first sending his father on a suicide mission to save his mother and later using a machine to save the soul of his mother Sarah, broken by loss and fear of the future. Listen in as we explore what the terminator was able to learn, find deeper meaning in Sarah’s disconnect, and discuss the love John needs to feel if he is to save humanity. Also, the T-1000. ‘Nuff said.
303 The Terminator (The Future Is Not REset)
This Saturday is the 30th anniversary of Terminator 2: Judgement Day and to celebrate, Matt and Drew are tackling James Cameron’s Pre-apocalyptic 2-movie epic, starting with part 1, The Terminator. Join us as we try to deconstruct the mindset of an adult John who has to send his father Kyle back in time to protect his mother so John can exist, knowing the journey, Kyle’s mission, is not only a one-way ticket to destiny and new life but to Kyle’s ultimate fate. Listen in as we discuss a soldier out of time, a literal and relentless killing machine, and the most important figure of all, above even John himself, the legend, Sarah Connor. And don’t forget, next week, ‘We’ll Be Back’ with our conclusion, covering Terminator 2: Judgement Day.
302 Mean Girls (3 Tens And A Maybe...)
This week on the PCP, we discuss the iconic movie Mean Girls! This 2004 comedy by Tina Fey was meant to highlight and critique the gossiping and bullying toxic girl culture that existed, and still exists today. The movie resulted in being one of the most quotable and popular movies of a generation. Today we invite our training technical producer (and Drew’s daughter) Keeley onto the show to discuss her opinion of this, one of her favorite movies, as well as that same mean girl culture she sees in her own school (Shoutout to this introvert for getting on the mic!) So get into the show, loser, we’re going podcasting!
301 Say Anything (A Little Ditty About Lloyd And Diane)
On the Season 3 premiere of The Post Credit Podcast its finally time to talk about Drew’s favorite movie, Say Anything, the greatest teen romance movie ever made and one of the great all-time love stories. Join us as we discuss Diane’s introduction to the real world via Lloyd and how that introduction changes the meaning of the phrase ‘Say Anything’ for Diane and her father forever. So raise your Boom Box, grab your pen, and toss the Keymaster your keys as we start Season 3 off with a banger. Take it away Mr. Gabriel!
They are awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Matt & Drew are AWESOME! Great podcast! Keep up the great work guys.
I love this show! The hosts are entertaining and they break down movies and TV in a way that appeals to everyone. If you want to go deeper on your favorite movies, definitely add this show to your list!