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Episode 162 – The Story of Brando’s Oscar

6/19/2017
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After a brief discussion on Wonder Woman, Garrett talks about his favorite Cynthia Rothrock flicks, and Jim creates categories for different strong female characters in film. None of this compares to the stories and myths surrounding Marlon Brando’s 1972 Oscar statue. Jim puts all the twisted facts on the table including rumors involving Charlie Chaplin, … Continue reading

Duration:00:37:28

Episode 161 – How Not To Make a Great Film

5/23/2017
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…You cannot keep a good gripe down. Jim has seen Alien:Covenant, and he wants to walk you through spoiler-free reasons why this does not work as a universe. Garrett watched Guardians of the Galaxy, and he has nothing unique to report on it. Both agree that the only unique franchise that deserves a bigger universe … Continue reading

Duration:01:02:52

Episode 160 – Mind-Blowing Sci-Fi Lo-Fi

9/22/2016
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….. This episode has a list of 7 mind-blowing films that Jim swears will make your head explode like Scanners at a picnic. Garrett discusses “Tooken” and other parody films. What is Daddy/Daughter Action films? Is it a new sub-genre. Mel Gibson explains. Also, Joe Manganiello has been cast to play Deathstroke in Affleck’s upcoming … Continue reading

Duration:00:44:50

Episode 159 – Preview – Suicide Squad & Rocketeer 2

8/3/2016
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… The Suicide Squad has been a throwaway Comic Book title for the DC universe since the 80s, but that fits the villains who live in those books. It is no small feat turning ridiculous characters such as Captain Boomerang and The Enchantress into a bad-ass super squad. Listen to our Preview episode of the … Continue reading

Duration:00:29:59

Episode 157 – With Ivan Djurovic

5/18/2016
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— Usually, Garrett and I sit in on the podcast and complain about what is wrong with film, but that day is not today. Instead we are giving you a conversation with a writer, producer, actor and oh, did I mention suit actor, Ivan Djurovic. Fresh off his performance as Kifo the lovable gorilla in … Continue reading

Duration:00:46:27

Episode 156 – Zoombies

5/1/2016
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—– When the writer from Asylum sends you a copy of his movie about zoo animals infected with a zombie virus and picking off college interns, you watch that movie. Do you want to hear about raged-filled giraffes or blood-thirsty koala bears? If yes, you are heading in the right direction. Click play to hear … Continue reading

Duration:00:43:34

Films Without Filters S1E03 – Fright Night (1985)

11/13/2015
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Welcome to the experiment. During this 10-part podcast, Jim and Jen team up to dissect different films from another era to see how they hold up in the world we live in today. At one time, they were perceived as relevant, pop-culture hits when they graced the screen. While Jen checks off some movies she has never watched before, Jim vows to view them without his nostalgic filter and with a fresh perspective. Tune in to see if they still stand the test of time! You can reach Jen on Twitter...

Duration:00:31:12

Episode 153 – KYLO REN WILL AVENGE VADER

10/25/2015
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It is official. Like the rest of the universe, we have advance tickets for Star Wars The Force Awakens. We talk about the trailer, our anticipation, and what will be our middle-aged Star Wars plans. We also discuss a few film gems for this Halloween that may have slipped through your fingers for a home … Continue reading

Duration:01:01:48

Films Without Filters S1E02 – Silence of the Lambs (1991)

9/1/2015
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Welcome to the experiment. During this 10-part podcast, Jim and Jen team up to dissect different films from another era to see how they hold up in the world we live in today. At one time, they were perceived as relevant, pop-culture hits when they graced the screen. While Jen checks off some movies she has never watched before, Jim vows to view them without his nostalgic filter and with a fresh perspective. Tune in to see if they still stand the test of time! You can reach Jen on Twitter...

Duration:00:34:16

Films Without Filters S1E01 – Welcome to the Show

8/28/2015
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Welcome to the experiment. During this 10-part podcast, Jim and Jen team up to dissect different films from another era to see how they hold up in the world we live in today. At one time, they were perceived as relevant, pop-culture hits when they graced the screen. While Jen checks off some movies she has never watched before, Jim vows to view them without his nostalgic filter and with a fresh perspective. Tune in to see if they still stand the test of time! You can reach Jen on Twitter...

Duration:00:13:25

Episode 152 – Attica: The Films of 1975

6/11/2015
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Jim DeSantis is joined by film critic, Cameron Meier to discuss the importance of American Cinema in the 1970s. After a 35mm print screening of “Dog Day Afternoon,” Jim and Cameron go down the rabbit hole of other 1970s films that made it a unique decade on the big screen. Cameron also discusses his … Continue reading

Duration:01:10:24

Episode 151 – MAD MAX FURY ROAD

5/28/2015
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….We are talking about Mad Max Fury Road for an entire hour. In this episode we talk about Immortan Joe, The Bullet Farm, Gasland, Mad Max, Furiosa, Rictus Erectus and Nux. If you know what those words are, you should listen to this podcast. Follow us on Twitter @Moviebrainrot

Duration:01:03:03

Killer Picks 2 “When Animals Attack”

5/22/2015
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Killer Picks are approved Movie Brain Rot films that have a common link to provide you with a great double feature. Both flicks picked for this episode have giant animals that attack people. Tobe Hooper's "Eaten Alive" (1977) & George P. Cosmatos' "Of Unknown Origin" (1983) Follow us on Twitter @Moviebrainrot

Duration:00:09:59

Episode 150 – Drug-Inspired Fetus Flick

3/3/2015
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Sometimes we just shoot the shit. We have a lot crammed into such a short episode. We talk Killer Mermaid Movies, I, Frankenstein , The Colony, And Josh Martin’s “Uncomfortable Brunch.” Yes, Josh thought it would be a killer idea to show a flick about a drug addict’s out-of-body experience and witness a dead fetus. … Continue reading

Duration:00:35:47

Episode 149 – 2014 Movie List to 2015 Movie Lust

1/17/2015
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Join the dynamic duo once again for some more rants on Movie and Pop Culture. What have you seen in 2014 and what do you want to see in 2015. Follow us on Twitter @Moviebrainrot

Duration:00:53:40

Episode 148 – Sony Hacks Reveal Bigger Problems

12/20/2014
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…A rant, by Jim DeSantis. The SONY hack has been fodder from entertainment industry, but the wound cuts deeper than that. However after the dust clears, we are left with the plans from SONY in 2015. I have big problems with those plans. Plus, stick around until the end. There is a tacked on pilot-podcast … Continue reading

Duration:00:53:22

Episode 147 – Misjudged Movies

11/21/2014
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We are talking Liam Neeson, Keanu Reeves, Demon flicks and the differences between Lobo the Bounty Hunter from the 80s and the sad, excuse for a badass Lobo DC is handing off to us now. Oh, and did we mention, Evil Dead the TV show? Well, we did now. Follow us on Twitter @Moviebrainrot

Duration:01:00:36

Episode 146 – Sounds To Make You Shriek

10/19/2014
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Kids, don’t pass on this episode of Movie Brain Rot. We examine the Halloween records that you grew up on that feature chains rattling, werewolf howls and ghost stories. Scare your friends and keep your enemies closer. It is time for a Haunted Movie Brain Rot. Follow us on Twitter @Moviebrainrot

Duration:00:54:50

Episode 145 – A Sinful Dwarf Is Full Of Sin

10/10/2014
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Who is the next to die on “The Walking Dead”? We have an odds on favorite to bite the big one. We also explore the 1973 Norwegian dwarfsploitation film, “The Sinful Dwarf,” talk about Gordon and Bullock’s relationship on Gotham, and talk about the endless Asylum zombie TV show on Syfy, “Z Nation.” Follow … Continue reading

Duration:00:54:05

Episode 144 – Acting Roles Of A Lifetime, Almost

8/14/2014
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— Imagine a world where Neil Diamond played the role of Superman, Robin Williams was a 90s-version X-men’s Wolverine and Kurt Russell played a more subdued Han Solo in Star Wars. That world was almost a reality. Join Garrett, Jim and guest co-host, Josh Martin of the Florida Film Festival, as they plow through “what … Continue reading

Duration:01:16:47