Movie Podcast Weekly Ep. 048: The World’s End (2013) and You’re Next (2013) and Austenland (2013)

Episode 048 is a great time! Movie Podcast Weekly reviews “The World’s End,” “You’re Next” and “Austenland” — with the help of special guests BOSS BUTCHER of the Terror Troop horror movie podcast and DEADBOXMIKE INGRAM of Streaming Terror.com.

During this show we also give our opinions on Ben Affleck’s casting as Batman. We talk about a “Fargo” TV series slated for 2014? And Jason insists that everybody learn what a “fly board” is by clicking here… (Trust me. The intro is unnecessarily long, but wait for it.)

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SHOW NOTES — with Time Stamps!
( 00:00:00 ) I. Intro
— Welcome special guest Boss Butcher
— Welcome special guest Deadboxmike

( 00:03:38 ) II. MPW Announcements & News
– For Episode 050 we’ll bring you an epic show with four new Top 10 lists and a discussion of 50 different movies!
— Ben Affleck cast as Batman
— A “Fargo” TV series for 2014?
— Jason says check out Fly Boards

III. Mini Reviews:
( 00:19:48 ) Boss Butcher: Killing Ariel, Happy People: A Year in the Taiga, Stranded
( 00:24:13 ) Andy: The Uninvited, Spring Breakers, Mary Poppins
( 00:31:39 ) Deadboxmike: Happy birthday to Deadboxmike!, Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn, Dog Soldiers
( 00:41:42 ) Karl: The delayed release of All the Boys Love Mandy Lane, Wedding Crashers, Serpico, Lee Daniels’ The Butler
( 00:53:16 ) Josh: Troubled Water
( 00:59:07 ) Jason: 30 Days of Night, 30 Days of Night: Dark Days

( 01:12:25 ) IV. Feature Review of “The World’s End”
Ratings and Recommendations for THE WORLD’S END
Karl = 8 ( Theater / Buy it! )
Josh = 8.5 ( Theater / Buy it! )
Deadboxmike = 9 ( Theater / Buy it! )
[ William Rowan Jr. = 8 ( Theater / Buy it! ) ]

( 01:27:03 ) V. Feature Review of “Austenland”
Ratings and Recommendations for AUSTENLAND
Josh = 5 ( Rental )

( 01:32:57 ) VI. Feature Review of “You’re Next”
Ratings and Recommendations for YOU’RE NEXT
Jason = 9 ( Theater / Buy it! )
Boss Butcher = 8 ( Theater / Buy it! )
Deadboxmike = 7.5 ( Buy it! )

VII. Specialty Recommendation Segments

( 01:50:45 ) ROBOTIC ROMANCES WITH KARL HUDDLESTON:
Romantic comedy: Silver Streak (1976)

( 01:46:12 ) ANDY’S ABSURD ASSOCIATIONS: “Film Sets That Andy Visited This Past Weekend”
National Treasure 2
Dances With Wolves
Close Encounters of the Third Kind
Paul

( 01:57:49 ) JOSHUA LIGAIRI’S CONTINUING EDUCATION:
Classic: Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956)

( 02:04:19 ) JAY OF THE DEAD’S CREEPS AND CRIME:
Horror: The Strangers (2008)

( 02:08:43 ) VIII. Wrap-Up

NEXT WEEK’S MOVIES: Getaway and Closed Circuit and Blue Jasmine

Links for this episode:

Boss Butcher’s horror podcast: Terror Troop

Boss Butcher on Twitter: @BossButcher

Follow Terror Troop on Twitter: @TerrorTroop

Deadboxmike’s movie review site: Streaming Terror.com

Deadboxmike on Twitter: @Deadboxmike

Jason says check out Fly Boards

Jason recommends watching “London Boulevard.” It’s streaming on Netflix Watch Instantly.

Josh says if you’re worried about Ben Affleck as Batman, then he recommends watching: 10 Reasons Why Ben Affleck Will Be an Awesome Batman

Joe Carnahan Daredevil Sizzle Reel

Follow Movie Podcast Weekly on Twitter: @MovieCastWeekly

Follow Joshua Ligairi on Twitter: @IcarusArts

Listen to Jason’s Movie Stream Cast here: Movie Stream Cast.com

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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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6 thoughts on “Movie Podcast Weekly Ep. 048: The World’s End (2013) and You’re Next (2013) and Austenland (2013)

  1. I finally actually liked a film that you recommended Josh! I really enjoyed Spring Breakers. The Britney/piano scene was my second favorite. The “smoking gun” (if you get my drift) scene was my favorite. I’d give it like a 7.5 almost an 8.

  2. Thanks? Oh, come on. You kind of liked TABLOID and PONTYPOOL. I’ll be shocked if you don’t like THE WORLD’S END. Actually, there are all kinds of movies that we both like, you just don’t like the more challenging ones that go out on a ledge. And speaking of challenges, I dare you to watch and not like MOTHER and THE IMPOSTER. Then, I can up my “Hammer likes it” quota.

  3. I loved Pontypool, but that wasn’t on your recommendation. Unless you recommended it to Jay. I’m just messing with you though. Actually, The Faculty is a great movie and if you don’t think so (like Ron) then you’re insane! Speaking of Ron, Kevin Williamson scripts and Werewolves, he likes Cursed… what say you on that one?

  4. The guy who directed The Butler also directed The Paperboy? Seem extremely different kind of films based on what I’ve heard. Also I’m pretty sure you can’t copyright movie titles, unless they are titled after a copyrighted character like Harry Potter or Spider-man, so I don’t really understand how The Butler is copyrighted. Maybe it is a copyrighted character? It still seems that the fact it is a profession would make it okay. There are two films called Crash, Drive, The Uninvited etc.

  5. 3 called THE UNINVITED that I know of! And Andy picked the only of the 3 that isn’t any good. The one that is NOt the American0zed version of A TALE OF TWO SISTERS is in the Criterion Collection.

    I really like THE FACULTY, but I would call it a guilty pleasure in many ways.

    I do not, however, like CURSED. I’ve only seen it twice (once in the theaters and once when I bought the DVD), but have not revisited since I’ve become a Jesse Einsenberg fan, so I will, but I hated it as far as I can remember (yes, I buy movies I hate sometimes for the special features). I also just bought DOG SOLDIERS, thanks to Deadbox Mike, so looking forward revisiting that to see if I still hate it.

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