Movie Podcast Weekly Ep. 273: Darkest Hour (2017) and Molly’s Game (2018) and Insidious: The Last Key (2018)

Episode 273 - Insidious: The Last Key

It’s 2018 on Movie Podcast Weekly, the Most Offensive Family-Friendly Podcast on the Internet. In Episode 273, Jason / Andy / Karl bring you Feature Reviews of Darkest Hour (2017) and Insidious: The Last Key (2018) and Molly’s Game (2018). We also bring you our postmortem of the 75th Golden Globes, which was somewhat notable for a dumb awards show… Join us!

If you’re new to our show… Movie Podcast Weekly typically features four hosts — Jason, Andy, Karl and Geek Cast Ry — along with frequent guests. We give you our verdicts on at least one new movie release from the current year that’s currently playing in theaters, as well as several mini reviews of whatever we’ve been watching lately. New episodes release every single week!


I. Introduction
— Go listen to William Rowan Jr’s NEW Movie Moments Podcast!

[ 0:04:22 ] II. MPW’s 75th Golden Globes Postmortem

[ 0:29:33 ] III. Mini Reviews
Karl: Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee
— Jason’s awkward massage stories –
Andy: Bright and Shimmer Lake (both on Netflix)
Jason: The Toys That Made Us (on Netflix), Jason is called out for excluding Horror films from his Top 10 list… Hear the HMP Top 10 of 2017 show!

IV. New in Theaters This Past Weekend [ Friday, January 5, 2018 ]:
Insidious: The Last Key
In Between
The Strange Ones
Molly’s Game
Day of the Dead: Bloodline
Devil’s Gate
Surge of Power: Revenge of the Sequel


[ 0:47:42 ] V. Feature Review: MOLLY’S GAME (2018)
Karl = 8 ( Rental )

[ 0:58:13 ] VI. Feature Review: INSIDIOUS: THE LAST KEY (2018)
Jay = 3 ( Avoid )

[ 1:03:50 ] VII. Feature Review: DARKEST HOUR (2017)
Karl = 8.5 ( Strong Rental )

VIII. Wrap-Up / Plugs / Ending
— January 2018 movie preview

Episode 274 where we’ll be reviewing “The Post” and “The Commuter” and “The Greatest Showman.” Join us!


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6 thoughts on “Movie Podcast Weekly Ep. 273: Darkest Hour (2017) and Molly’s Game (2018) and Insidious: The Last Key (2018)

  1. Okay, I have nothing to say about the movies or the reviews… but then you guys started to talk about moviepass and I knew I needed to get the message out.

    Okay, here is how Moviepass makes their money- and it’s not from the subscription service. They are data-mining. This is a huge industry at this point in time, especially with a flailing business like the box office (Struggling to get people to theaters for anything other than a blockbuster is extremely difficult, art house and independent theaters are going bankrupt at alarming rates.) So moviepass is offering a double service… one, to customers that really only pays for certain costs involved in maintaining the service. And second, for datamining. they are collecting information regarding viewer trends, advertising, et al. and they are selling that information to the same marketing companies that production companies, theater companies, and other business models aim to target.

    That leaves you with Pros and Cons:

    If you are a regular attendee at random movies, you are paying $10 a month to see as many movies as you wish within that month.

    Your information is not private.
    You will be contacted, via email, to answer questionnaires.
    You must purchase your ticket within 30 minutes of showtime

    As a person on a fixed income, I am saving a LOT of money by purchasing the moviepass. The full ticket price is still paid to the theater company (And this moviepass thing is actually SAVING a local art house theater in my community), I have leftover money for concessions, and I’m able to see movies that I was otherwise on the fence about because it won’t cost me the extra cash that I may not have. We only recently had theaters start to engage in “assigned seating” (Barbarism, seriously?) so most of our theaters are first come first serve. I don’t mind so much with the art house as I show up early enough that I get the seat I want for the most part, but kind of have to guess where in the theater that seat is.

    Luckily, most other “early seaters” seem to enjoy the back row where they can feel like they’re watching the show at home as the screen is about the size of a television. Seriously… why bother?

    I don’t mind sharing info, mostly. I take part in polls all the time… gallup, Nielsen, etc etc. I like trending things a bit weird by representing my bizarre demographic.

  2. Jay, I don’t know if anyone has brought this up, but the notifications by email don’t work anymore. They haven’t worked for a long time now. Maybe you decided to do away with them, but I miss them. It’s a great way to keep up with the boards.

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