In Episode 063, your host, Jason Pyles, calls his shot for 2013 and points to the centerfield bleachers, naming Out of the Furnace “the very best film of 2013” and “a bona fide masterpiece.” Jason also may be suffering a heart attack in this episode. Meanwhile, his co-hosts Andy and Karl make very controversial and politically incorrect statements that are sure to offend every single one of our listeners in one way or another… And Josh Ligairi, innocent by exclusion, did not make this episode, as he was traveling back from shooting a documentary in Los Angeles. Lucky, Josh…
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.
— Que’s Comment: What Movie Podcasting Is All About
— The Amazing Spider-Man 2 trailer and The Rhino
II. Mini Reviews:
Karl: Thor: The Dark World, Homefront, The Book Thief, two Gene Wilder interviews
Andy: Only God Forgives, Gangster Squad, Identity Thief, Zombie Lake
Jason: The Walking Dead – Season 1, Megaquake: Hour That Shook Japan
III. Feature review of OUT OF THE FURNACE:
Jason = 10 ( Theater / Buy it! ) – A Masterpiece! The best film of 2013!
Andy = 8 ( Rental )
VI. Recommendation Segments:
ANDY’S ABSURD ASSOCIATIONS:
Animated Christmas Movies That Andy Hates, and One He Loves:
Hates: Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1964)
Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town (1970)
Loves: How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (1966)
ROBOTIC ROMANCES WITH KARL HUDDELSTON:
Romantic love of Karl’s favorite Christmas specials while growing up: Santa and the Three Bears (1970)
JAY OF THE DEAD’S CREEPS AND CRIME:
Creeps: Friday the 13th (1980)
Note: If you’d like to hear a much more in-depth review of this film, listen to Jason on The Resurrection of Zombie 7 podcast: Ep. 70: Friday the 13th
— Andy inevitably gives a list of fatal celebrity car crashes
— Karl says buy the Chromecast device so you can watch Almost Human, The Agents of Shield, Black List and Elementary
— Jason says listen to The Donut Show, Ep. 017: Geeks and Geek Culture and Horror Movie Podcast, Ep. 004: Maniacs, Grabbers and Gary Busey
What’s coming up?
— Episode 066 will cover the best movies of 2013, so subscribe to Movie Podcast Weekly on iTunes to make sure you don’t miss it! Subscribe FREE here!
— Recording Love Actually commentary to release later this week! Watch for it!
Next Monday on MPW we will review The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug with special guest Cody Clark, as well as The Last Days on Mars, and Paul Walker’s Hours
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