Movie Podcast Weekly Ep. 014: Django Unchained (2012) and The Best Movies of 2012

It’s New Year’s Eve of 2012, and we have a tremendous celebration of the cinema for you here in Episode 014. This show clocks in at just about 3 hours! For starters, we review Quentin Tarantino’s new film, “Django Unchained,” with special guests DAVE “DR. SHOCK” BECKER from Land of the Creeps Horror Movie Podcast and DVD — as well as — “WOLFMAN” JOSH LIGAIRI, the co-director of “Cleanflix.”

In addition to our feature review of “Django Unchained,” we also list off The Best Movies of 2012, our Most Anticipated Movies of 2013, and much more!

I. Intro
II. Feature Review: “Django Unchained”
Ratings and Recommendations for DJANGO UNCHAINED
Jason = 9.5 ( Theater / Buy It! )
Karl = 9 ( Theater / Buy It! )
Dave Becker = 9.5 ( Theater / Buy It! )
Josh Ligairi = 9.5 ( Theater / Buy It! )

III. Biggest Disappointments of 2012
IV. Honorable Mentions for 2012
V. Top 10 Best Movies of 2012
VI. Other Critically Celebrated Films That We Haven’t Seen or Mentioned
VII. Some Stats About 2012 Movies From IMDb
VIII. Most Anticipated Movies of 2013
VI. Wrap-Up

NEXT WEEK’S MOVIE: Texas Chainsaw 3D with special guests Craig “Terror” Tovey and Kyle “Dr. Walking Dead” Bishop

Links for this episode:

Dave “Dr. Shock” Becker:
Land of the Creeps
Dave on Twitter: @DVDInfatuation

Wolfman Josh Ligairi:
Find “Cleanflix” at this link or stream it on Netflix Watch Instantly
Josh’s Web site:
The Documentary Blog Podcast
Gary the Unicorn Comedy Skits: On Facebook
Josh’s horror podcast: Land of the Creeps
Josh on Twitter: @IcarusArts
Considering the Sequels Podcast episode about: Cleanflix

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We’d also like to thank The Dave Eaton Element and Dave Eaton himself for the use of his music for our theme song.

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