Welcome to a very somber episode of Movie Podcast Weekly. After hearing of the loss of Philip Seymour Hoffman and a disappointing Super Bowl, your hosts Jason Pyles and Karl Huddleston bring you an unusually pensive movie podcast. But we’ve still got some good films for you to check out. (Andy and Joshua were unable to join us this week, but they’ll return next Monday.)
Movie Podcast Weekly typically features four hosts (and frequent guests), who give you their verdict on at least one new movie release that’s currently in theaters, mini-reviews of what they’ve been watching lately, and specialty recommendation segments. New episodes release every single Monday.
— Quick thoughts on the Super Bowl
II. Remembering Philip Seymour Hoffman
III. Mini Reviews
Karl: Saving Mr. Banks, Drinking Buddies
Jason: Midnight Express, Breaking and Entering
IV. Feature Review: LABOR DAY (2014)
Jason: 5.5 ( Rental )
V. Specialty Recommendation Segments:
ROBOTIC ROMANCES WITH KARL HUDDLESTON:
Romance: Heroes (1977)
JAY OF THE DEAD’S CREEPS AND CRIME:
Crime: Very Bad Things (1998)
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Jason talks pop culture: The Donut Show
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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