Comedians from Austin, TX breakdown the hilarious, upsetting, and unusual things about famous films. From masterpiece pictures that haven't aged well to terrible garbage cinema born trash, they'll review any feature and report on exactly what makes these classic movies weird, why, and whether or not it has always been that way. Hosted by Cody Dearing & Matthew Stoner
Home Alone - Ep.157
It's every kid's dream! Being left Home Alone so you can murder society's less desirable members without fear of mommy interrupting or telling you to stop.
We're talking Chris Columbus' 1990 Christmas masterpiece, Home Alone. Starring Macaulay Culkin, Catherine O'hara, Joe Pesci, Daniel Stern, Jon Heard, friggin John Candy and more! (what, you don't think there's more? Umm...Big Pete is in this movie. C'mon.)
The Good Son - Ep.156
Macaulay Culkin just can't stop murdering people in this delightful coming of age comedy. Co-starring Elijah Wood.
We're talking the Good Son in this episode, the drama between the movie and Home Alone 2, & much more. Much much more...it's like an hour and nine minutes worth of more. Ok, byyeeeee.
Urban Legend - Ep.155
What's that? You say you'd like to watch a teen horror comedy that references a bunch of more interesting stories? Well partner, have I got the movie for you...
In this episode we talk about 1998's cookie cutter horror flick, Urban Legends.
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie - Ep.154
We take a closer look at the first Power Rangers movie from 1995. The movie based on a show based on a show. You won't want to miss a single fart sound or pile of purple goo as we talk Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie.
North - Ep.153
North delivers the message other movies were afraid to say, your parents are perfect and no one else is better than them.
Elijah Wood, Bruce Willis, Jason Alexander, Julie Louis-Dreyfus and just about everyone else in Hollywood star in Rob Reiner's, North (1994).
Tremors - Ep.152
Kevin Bacon and friends try to stop murderous underground worms, but never really stop to ask, "why?".
In this episode we're talking about the cult monster movie classic, Tremors.
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Fun movie podcast
This is kind of in the vein of the Nostalgia Critic, but with discussion instead of monologuing and schticking all the way. Although there are two hosts, Cody stands out more while Matt tends to fade into the background. It's generally pretty funny and I like that it's not all about bashing the movies or blind fan worship. Their analysis isn't super deep or cutting, but listening to a semiserious discussion of Thumbelina is pretty entertaining.
I love this podcast! I always learn a little something and it never fails to take me back to my childhood. The hosts are also pretty dreamy, so that helps too.
One of My Favorites!
I love this podcast! Funny and endearing. Definitely "relevant to my interests" since I love bad movies. I like the hosts' commentary about movies I loved as a kid.