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We are a movie-themed podcast! Each episode is filled with a dealer's choice of interviews with interesting actors, filmmakers and other guests as well as lengthy discussions of specific movies. Plus our own brand of ridiculous humor with conversations about trends in Hollywood and changes in the film industry.

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Apr 29, 2010

Movie Meltdown - Episode 75.2

This week's Sofa Theater feature is The Wraith! We enjoy the cool race scenes, we're amused by the "special" group of villains, we cringe at the cheesy dialog and we're awestruck by the hotness of a young Sherilyn Fenn.

Plus we discuss the importance of music in a movie, the confusion of...

Apr 27, 2010

Movie Meltdown - Episode 75.1

In our usual meandering fashion we discuss getting excited for Boobquake and missing Saturday morning cartoons, in addition to…

Zombie singing, getting hit on by a dork, more of being creeped out by Seagal’s sex scandal, Bad Boys 3, our best slam yet on Kristen Stewart, When Good...

Apr 23, 2010

Movie Meltdown - Episode 74.2

Join the gang as we discuss this week's Out on the Town feature - Kick-ass! We talk about the realities of attempting to be a super hero, what this movie means to the studio system, plus Bryan tears up while watching Hit Girl annihilate people. 

“Here Mr. Bitey..."

WARNING: Super-spoilers...

Apr 21, 2010

Movie Meltdown - Episode 74.1

Aside from discovering we seemingly have a new national anthem, we also discuss…

Recording in the new studio, dropping your beer bottle in the movie, Joss Whedon leads The Avengers, shifting boxes, Flu Bird Horror, The Runaways, Seth MacFarLane and his teddy bear, Scarlett Johansson,...

Apr 14, 2010

Movie Meltdown - Episode 73

This week, midway into the move to the new studio, we stray off course from our planned films and give you a two for one bonus - with a parking lot review of the new release The Black Waters of Echo's Pond and a duo Sofa Theater discussion on the "classic" western Lust in the Dust