Congratulations to us! We’ve hit EPISODE 050, and we’re celebrating the one-year anniversary of our launch (a couple of weeks early) with this 3 hour and 22-minute show! We hope you’ll permit us a little navel-gazing and come along with us and celebrate with some reminiscing and tangents and weirdness. But we get down to business, too:
EPISODE 050 gives you four feature reviews: Riddick (2013), Sharknado (2013), Prince Avalanche (2013) and The Grandmaster (2013). And then your four favorite movie podcast hosts have four new Top 10 film lists for you! Andy brings you his Top 10 current working actresses under the age of 50 (in his humble opinion), and Karl Huddelston delivers his Top 10 movie soundtracks / scores and why they make the film better, and Joshua Ligairi gives us his Top 10 Best working directors under 50 years old, and Jason Pyles declares his Top 10 Most Influential Films on the Cinema Itself (of the last 50 years)!
This episode is dedicated to Michal and Dorota Rutka, Mr. Scott Teal and all our listeners… Thank you!
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II. Movie Podcast Weekly Statistics on our First 50 Episodes
III. Other Random Coverage:
— Reflecting on the listeners’ responses to our poll question about Karl’s profanity
— Fun Movie Trivia
— Trailers: Robocop, The Fifth Estate
IV. Mini Reviews
Andy: Trouble With the Curve (and later during this segment, London Boulevard)
Karl: Austenland, Hitchcock
Josh: 127 Hours, The Edge (and at the end of this episode: Slither)
V. Andy Howwell’s Top 10 current working actresses under the age of 50 (in his humble opinion)
V. Feature Review of “Riddick”
Ratings and Recommendations for RIDDICK
Jason = 6.5 ( Rental )
V. Karl Huddelston’s Top 10 movie soundtracks / scores and why they make the film better
V. Feature Review of “Prince Avalanche”
Ratings and Recommendations for PRINCE AVALANCHE
Josh = 7 ( Rental )
V. Joshua Ligairi’s Top 10 Best working directors under 50 years old
V. Feature Review of “The Grandmaster”
Ratings and Recommendations for THE GRANDMASTER
Karl = 10 ( Theater / Buy it! )
V. Jason Pyles’ Top 10 Most Influential Films on the Cinema Itself (of the last 50 years)
V. Feature Review of “Sharknado”
Ratings and Recommendations for SHARKNADO
Jason = 5.5 ( Rental )
Andy = —8 ( Avoid )
Karl = 6 ( Rental )
Josh = 0.5 ( Avoid )
X. Karl’s Bonus List of Supporting Actors That We Should See More Of…
NEXT WEEK’S MOVIES: Insidious: Chapter 2 and The Family with special guest Anthony Bruno, author of “The Iceman: The True Story of a Cold-Blooded Killer”
Links for this episode:
Our friend and listener Chad Downey’s incredible home theater
Want to do some inexpensive DVD or Blu-ray shopping? Karl recommends: Deep Discount.com
Josh to be on the reality show Pursuit of the Truth (airs on Sept. 12)
Check this out: Josh’s Mila Kunis visual aide
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Special thanks goes out to singer-songwriter Frederick Ingram and the voice talents of Midnight Corey Graham from The Electric Chair Podcast, Willis Wheeler from the Terror Troop Podcast and Mr. Ron Baird for their help with our recommendation segment intros.
We’d also like to thank The Dave Eaton Element and Dave Eaton himself for the use of his music for our theme song. Today is Dave’s birthday — happy birthday, Dave!
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