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You know that movie you love? We made a sequel to it!

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Ep. 39 - ¡Cuatro F·R·I·E·N·D·S!

Oops, we made a sequel to the Three Amigos based on the music of one of Bryan’s favorite bands, They Might Be Giants. I feel like you don’t need any more information than that. I think we also earned the distinction of being the first comedy podcast to take 39 episodes to make our first dick joke…and it’s in Spanish. Also, in Bryan’s defense, John Turturro’s character on Mr. Deeds *is* named Emilio.

Spoilers: If you are worried about spoilers to the ¡Three Amigos!, maybe skip this one.


Featured Movie: ¡Quatro F·R·I·E·N·D·S!

Inspired by: ¡Three Amigos!

Directed by: M. Night Shyamalan

Starring: Steve Martin, Martin Short, Chevy Chase, Rita Moreno, Diego Luna, and Danny Devito

Tag Line: You’re never just a hat you know, Hovering Sombrero

Sep 13, 2018
Ep. 38 - The Epic Adventures of Winnie the Pooh: Forever and a Day

Bryan and Houston head in some interesting directions while struggling to keep all of Hollywood’s hottest Chrises and Kristens in line. When Bryan came up with this episode concept, he didn’t consider the fact that there’s currently a film in theaters called Christopher Robin, so we end up going even deeper into the Chris-iverse than we expected. Also, Houston reveals his deep-seated prejudices and character flaws…like laughing way too hard at the phrase “nightmare Pooh”.

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Spoilers: None

Featured Movie: The Epic Adventures of Winnie the Pooh: Forever and Day

Inspired by: Disney’s Christopher Robin

Directed by: Marc Forster

Starring: Ewan McGregor, Chris Evans, Chris Pine, Chris O’Dowd, Christopher Lloyd, Chris Hemsworth, Chris Pratt, Kristen Stewart, Kristen Wiig, Christopher Lee, Chris Daugh [...]

Aug 30, 2018
Ep. 37 - Movie Mash: Oscar Popular Category - Gladiator II

In this Enya-infused episode, we explore the possibilities of the new Oscars “popular” category by giving a second chance to movies that could have won it if it had existed sooner. It’s good we were doing a mashup episode to give us more chances at striking gold because some of the ideas we discuss on this episode are what the movie industry calls “bad ideas for movies”. Luckily, Jackie Chan and Mila Kunis saved the day as always. Also, Bryan keeps talking about Mark Wahlberg Talks to Animals.

Spoilers: Gladiator

Featured Movie: Gladiator II

Inspired by: Gladiator

Directed by: Ridley Scott

Starring: Jackie Chan, Mila Kunis, Djimon Hounsou, Jared Leto

Tagline: Are you still not entertained?!

Aug 21, 2018
Ep. 36 - Mission Impossible: Time Operation

In this episode, we find out Houston is really good at guessing Tom Cruise trivia. Or is he secretly president of the Tom Cruise fan club? Either way, our Mission Impossible sequel is a completely grounded, logical homage to Tom Cruise’s illustrious career. At one point, we missed the opportunity to say “Brooklyn Nein Nein!” and really regretted it. So if you could just think of it when we get to that point? You’ll know when. While we’re doing corrections, pretend we made fun of MoviePass for not letting people into Mission: Impossible and that Bryan pronounced ‘Bass’ in Bassfender like the guitar, not the fish. The joke works better that way. Is there anything else? Nope, I think you’re ready to listen to the episode.

Spoilers: The Mummy (2017)


Featured Film: Mission Impossible: Time Operation

Inspired by: Mission Impossible: Fallout

Directed by: Quentin Tarantino

Starring: Michael Fassben [...]

Aug 01, 2018
Ep. 35 - The Redemption of Adam Sandler - Pixels: The Polygon Method

Honestly, we burned through a lot of the big movies this summer in the last one, so we were left with Hotel Transylvania 3. I think most people agree that Adam Sandler has really found where he belongs with the HT franchise, but we wanted to revisit some of his less successful outings to see what we could do to bring some SilverScreen Redemption-style redemption to this tortured soul. We like to think we made the best Adam Sandler movie of all time. Note: Adam Sandler is not in the film.

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Spoilers: None


Feature Movie: Pixels: The Polygon Method

Inspired by: Pixels

Directed by: Chris Columbus

Starring: Daniel Day-Lewis, Tony Danza, Kevin Hart, and Tim Allen

Tagline: EA meets DDL

Jul 18, 2018
Ep. 34 - Survival: Jurassic World

Okay, so we’re honestly not that psyched about Jurassic World 2: Fallen Kingdom, but we figured we had to do something with it. Basically this is our reality show episode with a few mentions of Jurassic World. I realized after we recorded that some listeners might not know who Corinne from The Bachelor is. Go watch if you really feel the need to know who she is. Or don’t.

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Spoilers: None

Featured Movie: Survival: Jurassic World

Inspired by: Survivor and the movies in theaters on July 4th 2018

Directed by: 1/3 Jeff Probst

Starring: Jeff Probst, Corinne from the Bachelor, and all the stars in movies in theaters on July 4th 2018

Tagline: Reality Life Finds a Way

Jul 06, 2018
Ep. 33 - The Cerebellum Serials: The Dual Identity

The time has come. We’ve been relying on making sequels to other people’s movies for too long. This time we made a sequel to our own movie that we also came up with this episode. We took lessons from some of the world’s biggest franchises: Santo Contra el Cerebro del Mal, Wong Fei Hung, and Scooby Doo. Did I mention that by “big”, I just mean that they have a lot of movies in them? Even Houston hadn’t heard of half of these movies. Also, we try extremely hard to be very diverse in our casting and we end up crashing real hard. We are sorry in advance for being so white.
Anyways, follow along as we create the first 10,000-film franchise in the name of sustainability and profits.

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Spoilers: None

Featured Movie: The Cerebellum Serials: The Dual Identity

Inspired by:

Jun 14, 2018
Ep. 32 - The FroZone Story

I guess we’re not going to wait to see Incredibles 2 before making the next entry in the franchise. This one is all about FroZone and his family. Nope, we didn’t know their last name is Best either or we probably would have given the movie a fun name based on that. Nope, it’s just called The FroZone Story. And we’d like to give a shoutout to Part Time Genius, because I’m pretty sure most of this episode is just Bryan repeating things he heard in their episode about Sesame Street.

Also, is still sponsoring us, so we had some fun with that. Be sure to check out that website to get started on your first novel.”

Spoilers: The divorce episode of Sesame Street


Featured Movie: The FroZone Story

Inspired by: The Incredibles 2

Directed by: Brad Bird

Starring: Samuel L. Jackson and Kimberly Adair Clark

Tagline: This time, the super “suit” is a divorce hearing!

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May 31, 2018
Ep. 31 - Community the Movie

While Houston and Bryan can’t agree on the worst season of Community, they can agree that it deserves #6seasonsandamovie. Continuing to ride the Infinity War high, we create the *next* most ambitious crossover event in history. Also, we have to trick Donald Glover and Chevy Chase into making this one.

Spoilers: Avengers: Infinity War

Featured Movie: Community: The Movie

Inspired by: Community (The TV Series)

Directed by: The Russo Brothers

Starring: Danny Pudi, Donald Glover, Mick Jagger, Gillian Jacobs, Allison Brie, Yvette Nicole Brown, with Chevy Chase and Brie Larson 

Tagline: #6SeasonsAndAMovie #ThisOneIsTheMovie

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May 17, 2018
Ep. 30 - The Perfect Cast: Avengers Infinity War 2 Edition

IF YOU HAVE NOT SEEN AVENGERS INFINITY WAR YET, READ HERE: Houston and Bryan typically like to make up fake spoilers for movies that have recently come out for comedic purposes. However, sometimes those fake spoilers are strangely on point. We make up fake spoilers for this episode, which are not completely accurate, but we do feel the spirit of it them are similar to the events of the movie. We didn’t want to ruin anyone’s experience with seeing Infinity War by chance so we delayed the release of this episode by a week in hopes that more listeners will have already seen it and encourage you, if you are sensitive to spoilers, to hold off listening to this episode before you have seen Avengers Infinity War, just in case we ruin the experience for you somehow. That said, enjoy the episode!……… Houston’s excitement for Infinity War combined with Bryan’s superhero fatigue led to this soft reboot of the Avengers franchise. The fact that we recorde [...]

May 02, 2018
Ep. 29 - Gnome Alone/Gnome-tergeist

Did you know Elton John is the executive producer of Sherlock Gnomes? Yeah, *that* Elton John. That’s why the movies are filled with his gnomber one hit songs. Anyways, we made a sequel to it without knowing that. Man, I bet we could have done some good Elton John references. Like…there could be a gnome who is a Tiny Dancer? Honestly they could have done that in Sherlock Gnomes and Gnomeo and Juliet and we wouldn’t know because we’ve never seen these movies. This sequel is really good though. Also the other sequel. That’s right. We made 2 sequels for your enjoyment this episode–one for the kids and one definitely not for the kids.

Special shout-out to State Your Case! Check it out!

Spoilers: Gnome (None)

Featured Movie: Double Feature: Gnome Alone & Gnometergeist

Inspired by: Sherlock Gnomes, The Nutcracker

Directed by: Christopher Gnome- [...]

Apr 11, 2018
Ep. 28 - Middle School Musical (Feat. Kalen Black)

Houston was sick for this episode, so Bryan and Studio Executive Kalen Black talk about something he has zero to little interest in, High School Musical. Cool, that’s fine, talk about it while he is away. But guess who still had to edit it anyways and is real grumpy about it?…  Did you ever wonder how Troy Bolton got to where he was in high school? Have you ever wanted to see a Disney Channel Original Movie about swimming where the kid doesn’t CHEAT…BECAUSE HE’S A FREAKING MERMAN? (Looking at you, Thirteenth Year) But seriously, there are merpeople in this but not where you’d expect. Now you’re curious enough that you have to listen.

Spoilers: If your that one person who cares about High School Musical 1-3 being spoiled, well, I guess you are out of luck on this one.


Featured Film: Middle School Musical, maybe Middle School Magical, possibly even High School Musical 0: The Middle Ages (Atlantis), who really knows… [...]

Mar 31, 2018
Ep. 27 - Pompeii: The Lost Empire

As we review the best of the best movies that we’ve ever seen, we get nervous about making jokes about actual good movies, so we end up making a great sequel to Atlantis: The Lost Empire, one of the most underrated animated movies of all time. But yeah, this episode feels like an actual movie podcast, weirdly enough.

Spoilers: Good Will Hunting, The Prestige.


Featured Movie: Pompeii: The Lost Empire

Inspired by: Atlantis: The Lost Empire

Directed by: Robert Zemeckis

Starring: Don Novello and Terry Crews featuring Michael J. Fox

Tagline: An Animated Film for Adults, but Without Adult Content.


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Mar 16, 2018
Ep. 26 - Why Girls Are Weird (Feat. Holly Flanagan)

Should you make the movie or read the book first? Holly from the hit podcast Shelley Has Opinions ( has opinions…and helps us make a hit movie based on one of the least likely books to base a movie on. Also, we cure racism on this episode again. Does anyone know if Chloe Kim can act?

Spoilers: None


Featured Movie: Why Girls Are Weird

Inspired by: Moonlight, The S’mores Cookbook, Why Girls Are Weird

Directed by: Barry Jenkins

Starring: Lupita Nyong’o, Chloe Kim, Sean Patrick Flanery, Arnold Schwarzenegger

Tagline: Hitler is not in this movie. Like, not even a little bit.


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Mar 08, 2018
Ep. 25 - Movie Mash: Oscars Edition- Jumanji 3: Welcome to the Jungle, Again (Feat. Bryson Alley)

We bring some real credibility to the show this Oscars Special by bringing on the director (indirectly) responsible for directing The Last Jedi and (even more indirectly) Looper. As we try to make the Best Picture Nominees more relatable for the average moviegoer, we talk about Nazi mimes, why Bigfoot should have been in the Princess Diaries, and a Minions/Shape of Water crossover you’re glad we don’t explore any further.

SPOILERS: Lady Bird, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri, Get Out


Featured Movie: Jumanji 3: Welcome to the Jungle, Again

Inspired by: Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle & Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Directed by: Bryson Alley

Starring: Kumail Nunjiani, Sterling K. Brown, Lea Salonga, and Jack Black

Tagline: Three Jumanjis outside Kansas City, Missouri


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Feb 22, 2018
Ep. 24 - Movie Mash: 2018 Razzies Edition- Pokeformers

In honor of the Golden Raspberry awards, we turn our attention to the worst of the worst of 2017. Somehow, we end up turning the whole thing into a Pokemon thing and revealing that Weird Al is the true “Last Knight” of Transformers. I guess that’s what happens when neither of us know that much about Transformers. Warning: really good puns in this one

Spoilers: None


Featured Movie: Pokeformers: The Series

Inspired by: The 2018 Razzie’s Nominations for Worst Picture

Directed by: The 2018 Razzie’s Nominations for Worst Director

Starring: The 2018 Razzie’s Nominations for Worst Actress/Actor

Tagline: Frogs and Toads are good.


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Feb 08, 2018
Ep. 23 - Ready Player Two (feat. Travis Kingery)

There’s, like, actual spoilers in this one. Why? Because we’re talking about a movie that hasn’t come out yet. How, you ask? Because for once, we actually picked up a book. In this reverse-Jumanji tribute (which is actually just original Jumanji) to younger siblings everywhere, we make up for the fact that the plot is super contrived by flooding you with pop culture references you’ll love (just like the *real* Ready Player One!)

Spoilers: Ready Player One (The Book); Ex Machina

Featured Movie: Ready Player Two (Feat. Travis Kingery)

Inspired by: Ready Player One

Directed by: Casey Affleck and Liam Hemsworth

Starring: George Clooney, Tom Hanks, Jennifer Anniston, Alicia Vikander, Sean Penn, Domhnall Gleeson, Leslie Odom Jr., and Morgan Freeman with Arnold Schwartzeneggar

Tagline: Luigi is ready, are you?

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Jan 24, 2018
Ep. 22 - From Agrabah to Nottingham

Two classic stories that tell the heroic deeds of the lower class come together in one exciting new mashup. Aladdin and Robin Hood–both underdogs who become legends–were always meant to be in a story together…because they both happened to have movies made about them in the early nineties. 

Spoilers: None


Featured Movie: From Agrabah to Nottingham

Inspired by: Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves & Aladdin and the King of Thieves

Directed by: Oops! We forgot one…

Starring: Kevin Costner, Kumail Nanjiani, and Joel Edgerton

Tagline: Racism is bad.


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Jan 12, 2018
Ep. 21- Heartbreakers: A Star Wars Story

We apologize for this coming out a little late. As part of our Tarantino Trek vs. Waititi Wars challenge, we expanded on everyone’s favorite part of the new Star Wars movie–the meaningless side quest in the [redacted]. This episode, we do a pretty good job at not spoiling Episode VIII, except for the part with the [redacted] and the other [redacted]. Man, what a [redacted] movie!

Spoilers: Minor Star Wars VIII: The Last Jedi and no spoilers for Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle


Featured Movie: Heartbreakers: A Star Wars Story

Inspired by: Star Wars VIII: The Last Jedi

Directed by: Taika Waititi

Starring: Justin Theroux, Lupita N’yongo, and Al Pacino.

Tagline: Do Star Wars movies have taglines? I don’t think they do. I am not going to fact check that either and boldly claim that they don’t. 


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Dec 29, 2017
Ep. 20 - Star Trek 14: Reservoir Horses

As the SilverScreen Redemption method for making movies leaks into the real world, we give Quentin Tarantino some tips on his upcoming Star Trek film. We make a lot of decisions real Star Trek fans would probably hate, but sometimes you have to break something down to build it back up again. Also, we don’t know all that much about Star Trek.

Spoilers: Rogue One

Feature Movie: Star Trek 14: Reservoir Horses

Inspired by: Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home

Directed by: Quentin Tarantino

Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Steve Buscemi, Samuel L. Jackson, and John Travolta

Tagline: Star Trek……ON HORSES!!!!

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Dec 12, 2017
Ep. 19 - Hunt for the Wilderpeople: Under the Same Moon (Feat. Jake and Krystal Bush)

Houston was off getting married this week, but we were fortunate to have Jake and Krystal Bush, two of our studio executives with us as we back away from the big-budget Marvel movies of last week and explore a couple of lesser-known, quirky, indie flicks that are more in sync with each other than the Hiphopapotamus and the Rhymenocerous… That’s a Flight of the Conchords reference… They’re in this movie…

Spoilers: Hunter for the Wilderpeople, Moonrise Kingdom, Flight of the Conchords


Feature Movie: Hunt for the Wilderpeople: Under the Same Moon

Inspired by: Hunt for the Wilderpeople, Moonrise Kingdom

Directed by: Taika Waititi and Wes Anderson

Starring: Sam Neill, Julian Dennison, Bill Murray, Bret McKenzie, Jemaine Clement, Rhys Darby

Tagline: No Child Left Behind!


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Nov 30, 2017
Ep. 18 - Movie Mash: MCU Edition - A Tale of Two Detectives: PSYCH! Three

Time to Ragnarok ‘n’ Roll with our Marvel Movie Mash. If you know Kevin Feige (not pronounced like ‘beige’ I found out), you might want to let him know about this episode. He’ll probably take all of the current plans for the MCU and throw them in a dumpster fire so they can make our incredible movie. There are now 3 infinity gauntlets, a mediterranean Kaiju, and it’s a Psych/Sherlock crossover?

Spoilers in this episode: Thor: Ragnarok

Featured movie: A Tale of Two Detectives: PSYCH! 3

Inspired by: Thor: Ragnarok

Directed by: Dule Hill

Starring: Robert Downey Jr., Benedict Cumberbatch, and James Roday

Tagline: All of the Infinity Stones are Bitcoin?

Nov 14, 2017
Ep. 17 - Tim Burton’s The War Before Christmas

The Silverscreen Redemption finds the perfect way to celebrate Halloween… by letting Christmas steal the spotlight! We actually talk about all the Holidays from Thanksgiving to Columbus Day as we do our best to steer clear of social-political overtones in our, believe it or not, third Stop-Motion Animated Film. 

Spoilers: The Nightmare Before Christmas


Featured Movie: Tim Burton’s The War Before Christmas

Inspired by: Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas

Directed by: Chris Columbus

Starring: Gilbert Gottfried, Fran Drescher, and Bill Pullman featuring the vocal talents of Danny Elfman

Tagline: The Holiday to End All Holidays


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Oct 31, 2017
Ep. 16 - Pizza Hut Proudly Presents: All Dogs (and Turtles) Go to Pizza Hut Heaven (Feat. Joseph Young)

Today we get direct help from one of our studio execs, Joseph Young. No dogs die in this movie…because they’re already dead! (No, it’s not a Burton nor a Shyamalan movie.) Let’s be honest: this one got away from us a little bit. But then we got it back and created a wholesome, VHS-only Pizza Hut promotional offer the whole family can enjoy! Plus, we imagine what the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles look like with little neckties. Cuuuute!

Spoilers: Logan (Oddly Enough) 


Featured Movie: Pizza Hut Proudly Presents: All Dogs (and Turtles) Go to Pizza Hut Heaven

Inspired by: All Dogs Go to Heaven 2/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Directed by: Less Anderson

Starring: Charlie Cox, Simon Pegg, Roma Downey, John Leguizamo and Willem Dafoe

Tagline: Available only with a $5 or more order at your local participating Pizza Hut


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Oct 17, 2017
Ep. 15 - The Lego Movie Video Game Movie

Better late than never! This week, we ignore the fact that people are kind of sick of Lego movies and take the franchise in…actually a pretty likely direction. Like, we talk a big game sometimes, but I could actually see Lego making this movie. Seriously, it’s got everything–Lego bricks (not Legos), Chris Pratt, a minor character from Community, programming, and the important lesson to “Be creative…but not *too* creative!”

Spoilers: The Lego Movie

Featured Movies: The Lego Ninjago Movie/The Lego Movie

Inspired by: The Lego Movie

Directed by: J.J. Abrams

Starring: Chris Pratt, Elizabeth Banks, Greg Kromer, and Will Ferrell

Tagline: Because we need to build a spot in every aspect of your child’s entertainment

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Oct 05, 2017
Ep. 14 - Double Feature: HE & brothers!

It’s a double feature this week, kids! It’s a clown sequel and then a clown sequel to THAT clown sequel! We’re kicking off the Halloween season with some Nickelback-infused intrigue and circus-inspired murder shenanigans. In true Silverscreen Studios style, one of them is a musical.

Spoilers: Mild IT spoilers

Featured movies: HE and brothers!

Inspired by: IT and mother!

Directed by: Steve Buscemi

Starring: Chad Kroeger, Bill Skarsgård, Steve Buscemi, Hugh Jackman, and Christian Bale

Tagline: hey brothers…

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Sep 19, 2017
Ep. 13 - The Land Before Time XV: The Prehistoric Hourglass (Feat. Jaik Young)

Today, we get direct help from one our studio execs, Jaik Young. After coming dangerously close to making a Walter Mitty sequel, we dive into the secret life of dinosaurs. Also, I guess we’re really into Christopher Nolan making kids movies into existential dramas.

Spoilers: None

Featured movie: The Land Before Time XV: The Prehistoric Hourglass

Inspired by: The Land Before Time franchise

Directed by: Christopher Nolan

Starring: Jerry Seinfeld, Will Smith, and Christopher Nolan

Tagline: The Land Before Time: Isn’t It About…Time?

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Sep 05, 2017
Ep. 12 - Bang, Joe Bang

I promise we don’t whisper the whole episode. We do, however, say a lot of German-sounding names wrong, despite the fact that Houston speaks German. Also, our Logan Lucky/James Bond crossover ends up sounding suspiciously like the plot of Cars 2

Spoilers: Spectre

Featured Movie: Bang, Joe Bang

Inspired by: Logan Lucky, Spectre

Directed by: Steven Soderbergh

Starring: Daniel Craig, Daniel Craig, Christoph Waltz, Alan Tudyk, Alan Tudyk, Alan Tudyk, etc.

Tagline: He’s Got a License to Grill


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Aug 22, 2017
Ep. 11 - Where’s Rachel?!

Bryan is scared of every single guest on this episode. Houston is suspiciously absent for those parts. We make a movie where Batman is hunting down Waldo. Yeah, like Where’s Waldo. At least the source material has more plot than emojis.


Spoilers: Batman v. Superman

Featured movie: Where’s Rachel?!

Inspired by: The Bro Baby?, Batman v. Superman

Directed by: Phil Lord and Chris Miller Starring: Tony Hale, Will Arnett, Patrick Bateman, and Mel Gibson

Tagline: The World’s Greatest Detective vs. The World’s Greatest Hide-and-Go-Seek Champion.

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Aug 09, 2017
Ep. 10 - The Bro Baby?

Christopher Nolan is at it again. A mind-bending sequel to the film that was just waiting for the Nolan treatment: The Boss Baby.

Spoilers: None

Featured movie: The Bro Baby?
Inspired by: The Boss Baby
Directed by: Christopher Nolan
Starring: Alec Baldwin, Danny McBride, and Tobey Maguire
Tagline: Do you ever feel like the forgotten child?

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Aug 06, 2017
Ep. 9 - Outback Uprising

Alternate titles for our movie this week: Kangaroo Court, The Men Who Stare at Kangaroos, Prison Break: Kangaroo Edition, Kangaroo Max. Apparently talking about apes made us want to talk about kangaroos.

Spoilers: Planet of the Apes (1968)

Featured movie: Kangaroo Court
Inspired by: War for the Planet of the Apes
Directed by: Houston Bodily
Starring: George Clooney and Andy Serkis
Tagline: The Great Kanga-Ruse.

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Aug 06, 2017
Ep. 8 - Spider-M4n

Who’s your favorite Uncle Ben? Cliff Robertson, Martin Sheen…or Bruce Campbell? Everything old is new again in this endlessly rebootable franchise.

Spoilers: Spider-man: Homecoming

Featured movie: Spider-M4n
Inspired by: Spider-man: Homecoming
Directed by: Jon Watts
Starring: Laura Harrier, Willem Dafoe, Andrew Garfield, and Martin Sheen
Tagline: With great power comes great responsibility… to reboot again!

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Aug 06, 2017
Ep. 7 - Jackson Actually

We save the film industry in this experimental episode about experimental film. Samuel L. Jackson’s directorial debut serves as the inspiration for a whole new way to experience theater.

Spoilers: At some point we talk about Optimus Prime eating Mater. If that happens in any real movie, I don’t feel bad spoiling that movie.

Featured movie: Jackson Actually
Inspired by: Transformers, Cars 3
Directed by: Samuel L. Jackson
Starring: Samuel L. Jackson, Michael Jordan, Mark Wahlberg, Shaquille O’Neal, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Weird Al Yankovic
Tagline: I’m sick of these mother-f***ing Dewgongs, in this mother-f***ing movie!

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Aug 06, 2017
Ep. 6 - Ghost of Frankenstein (2017)

Any movie podcast can make fun of Tom Cruise’s failed reboot of the Mummy. We’re the only ones with the guts to actually do something about it. Check out our quirky version of the “”Dark Universe”". It’s got Bill Murray, I guess.

Spoilers: Ghost of Frankenstein (1942)

Featured movie: Ghost of Frankenstein (2017)
Inspired by: Ghost of Frankenstein (1942)
Directed by: Wes Anderson
Starring: Javier Bardem, Daniel Radcliff, Johnny Depp, and Bill Murray
Tagline: A tormenting and surprising story of children, adults, monsters, and their ghosts during the stormy days of the Dark Universe in 2017.

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Aug 06, 2017
Ep. 5 - Lady Killers

Inspired by the recent success of Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman, we figure out what other ways women in Hollywood can be empowered today. Did you realize Sigourney Weaver is in Alien *and* Galaxy Quest? Neither did we.

Spoilers: None

Featured movie: Lady Killers
Inspired by: Wonder Woman/The Expendables
Directed by: Patty Jenkins
Starring: Sigourney Weaver, Daisey Ridley, Angelina Jolie, Uma Thurman, Gal Gadot, Linda Hamilton, Laura Dern, Summer Glau, and Ronda Rousey
Tagline: A male chauvinist’s worst nightmare.

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Aug 06, 2017
Ep. 4 - Pirates of the Caribbean 6: The Sunscreen Subpoena

Time to watch the stars of Baywatch vs. the directors of Pirates 5 in the hallucinogen-fueled grudge match no one asked for. Is Orlando Bloom good at swordfighting or archery or neither?

Spoilers in this episode: None

Featured movie: Pirates of the Caribbean 6: The Sunscreen Subpoena
Inspired by: Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales/Baywatch
Directed by: Gore Verbinski
Starring: Dwayne Johnson, Orlando Bloom, Johnny Depp, Kiera Knightly, Geoffrey Rush, Zach Efron, and David Hasselhoff
Tagline: The curse is real, the tides are strange, and the dead men really do tell no tales…. Also, there are lifeguards.

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Aug 06, 2017
Ep. 3 - Alien: Covenant People

Bryan assumes the Alien franchise is somehow about Jesus just because one of them is called Resurrection. Anna Kendrick narrates an otherwise non-verbal, non-human retelling of the book of Exodus.

Spoilers in this episode: Alien and Predator franchises, the Old Testament

Featured movie: Alien: Covenant People (Alien ^3 vs. Predators: Revelations)
Inspired by: Alien: Covenant
Directed by: Ridley Scott
Starring: Anna Kendrick
Tagline: In space, no one can hear you preach…

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Aug 06, 2017
Ep. 2 - Rocket and Groot Go to Earth

Get your Ooga Chakas ready everyone! It’s time to talk about the galaxy’s favorite guardians. We share our fascination with trailer music and make Rocket and Groot look like Wallace and Gromit.

Spoilers in this episode: Guardians of the Galaxy, vol. 2

Featured movie: Rocket and Groot Go to Earth
Inspired by: Guardians of the Galaxy, vol. 2
Directed by: James Gunn
Starring: Bradley Cooper, Vin Diesel, Paul Bettany, Hugh Laurie, and Robert Downey Jr.
Tagline: You’ve seen Baby Groot; now meet Baby-Friendly Groot!

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Aug 06, 2017
Ep. 1 - La La Land: Legends

In our debut episode, we express our love for La La Land and our frustration with Seb’s hypocrisy. Houston hasn’t seen all of That Thing You Do! and neither of us know anything about John Legend other than he’s in La La Land and has a yellow turtleneck.

Spoilers in this episode: La La Land
Featured Movie: La La Land: Legends
Inspired by: La La Land
Directed by: Damien Chazelle
Starring: John Legend, Ryan Gosling, and Emma Stone
Tagline: From the Academy Award(R) winning movie, comes the Grammy award-winning version.

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Aug 06, 2017