Movie Podcast Weekly Ep. 178: Race (2016) and Risen (2016) and The Witch (2016) and the Story of the Ill-Fated Don’s Plum (1996) and MPW’s Top 10 Films That We Love (But Are Ashamed to Admit It)

Episode 178

Not for the faint of heart, Episode 178 of Movie Podcast Weekly is our most embarrassing episode yet (and we’ve had a few PR black eyes over the years)… In this show, your four MPW hosts bring you our Top 10 Films That We Love (But Are Ashamed to Admit It). We also bring you three great Feature Reviews of Race (2016) and Risen (2016) and The Witch (2016). We also bring you The Story of the Ill-Fated “Don’s Plum” (1996). You probably should skip this one, but just in case you don’t, you’ve been warned… Continue reading

Movie Podcast Weekly Ep. 156: Black Mass (2015) and Everest (2015) and Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials (2015)

Episode 156

Welcome to Movie Podcast Weekly, Episode 156. Better late than never! In this episode, your favorite hosts bring you Feature Reviews of Black Mass and Everest and Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials. We also have a quick little impromptu from special guest Natalie Pyles, Jason’s wife. Join us! Continue reading

Movie Podcast Weekly Ep. 155: The Visit (2015) and Child 44 (2015) and Cop Car (2015)

Episode 155

Welcome to this week’s pared down version of Movie Podcast Weekly. This is Episode 155. In this show, Jason and Karl hold down the fort, as Andy and Ryan deal with The Plague or something akin to it. This week we bring you Feature Reviews of M. Night Shyamalan’s The Visit and Child 44 and Cop Car. We’d love for you to join us, even if we are podcasting with a skeleton crew this week. Thanks for listening.

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. And we usually provide specialized genre recommendations. New episodes release every single Wednesday. Continue reading

Movie Podcast Weekly Ep. 154: The Transporter Refueled (2015) and A Walk in the Woods (2015) and Cinderella (2015) and MPW’s 2015 Fall / Winter Preview

Episode 154

Happy birthday to Ryan this week! He’s 14 and has facial hair. It’s time for Movie Podcast Weekly, the most offensive family-friendly podcast — ever! This is Episode 154. This is the episode where Andy says a crescent wrench can be considered pornography…

In this show, your four hosts bring you our MPW Fall / Winter Preview of all the upcoming new releases for the remainder of this year. We also reveal MPW’s plan for ramping up to our coverage of “Star Wars Ep. VII: The Force Awakens.”

This episode of Movie Podcast Weekly brings you three Feature Reviews of The Transporter Refueled, which is a PG-13 action movie that inspired Andy to write and read a heartfelt and passionate open letter that he penned for the movie industry and parents. This movie also inspired Jason to do some soul-searching about the direction his life has taken…

After denying Andy the opportunity to see the film — but going to see it himself — Karl brings us a Feature Review of A Walk in the Woods. And even though Jason and most listeners probably had no interest in the new, live-action Cinderella, Jason brings a surprising Feature Review of that film, as well. Join us! Continue reading

Movie Podcast Weekly Ep. 153: No Escape (2015) and Z for Zachariah (2015) and Sinister 2 (2015) and Meru (2015) and MPW’s 2015 Summer Blockbuster Recap

Episode 153

Welcome to Movie Podcast Weekly. This is Episode 153. Your four usual hosts and special guest William Rowan Jr. (of The Sci-Fi Podcast) are back this week to bring you four Feature Reviews of No Escape and Z for Zachariah and Sinister 2 and Meru.

In this episode, we also bring you a 2015 SUMMER BLOCKBUSTER RECAP and some movie-related highlights from the Guinness World Records 2015 edition. We also engage in a rousing (albeit speculative) “Man on Wire” versus “The Walk” trailer debate. Don’t miss this one! Continue reading