In addition to reviewing Steven Soderbergh’s new film, “Side Effects,” your hosts of Movie Podcast Weekly have incorporated new recommendation segments, where each host specializes in one or two genres, and we give you movie recommendations from those genres!
II. Mini Reviews
Karl: Bullet to the Head, Stand Up Guys, Saturday Night Fever and Karl’s cost-effective TV plan
Jason: Stand Up Guys, Seven Psychopaths, The Snowtown Murders, Lovely Molly, V/H/S
Andy: Savages, Chain Letter, The Way
Josh: An Honest Liar, (The Lords of Salem trailer), Looper, Witness, Fat Kid Rules the World, High Lane
III. Feature review of “Side Effects”
Ratings and Recommendations for SIDE EFFECTS
Jason = 4.5 ( Avoid )
Andy = 4.5 ( Avoid )
Karl = 7.5 ( Rental )
IV. Genre Recommendation Segments
ANDY’S ABSURD ASSOCIATIONS: Movies That You Want to Be Able to Talk About That Suck But Make You Feel Like a Film Person:
1. Doctor Zhivago (1965)
2. Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966)
3. Citizen Kane (1941)
JOSHUA LIGAIRI’S CONTINUING EDUCATION:
Documentary: The Imposter (2012)
Classic: Rio Bravo (1959)
JAY OF THE DEAD’S CREEPS AND CRIME:
Horror: Home Movie (2008)
ROBOTIC ROMANCES WITH KARL HUDDLESTON:
Sci-Fi: Silent Running (1972)
NEXT WEEK’S MOVIE: A Good Day to Die Hard with special guest Joel Robertson
This episode is dedicated to Caidy Min. Movie Podcast Weekly loves Asians — especially Koreans.
Links for this episode:
Don’t forget to watch Josh’s documentary “Cleanflix,” which is currently streaming on Netflix Watch Instantly.
Midnight Corey’s The Electric Chair (horror movie audio and video podcast)
Boss Butcher’s Terror Troop Podcast
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