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A one stop shop for all things movies. Mark, John, and John tackle the real issues like "What is Kurt Russell's best sleeveless shirt?". Listen Enjoy Share

A one stop shop for all things movies. Mark, John, and John tackle the real issues like "What is Kurt Russell's best sleeveless shirt?". Listen Enjoy Share


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A one stop shop for all things movies. Mark, John, and John tackle the real issues like "What is Kurt Russell's best sleeveless shirt?". Listen Enjoy Share




Episode 254 (Swimfan)

Mark and Jay continue their epic "Soggy Saga" podcast series with the 2002 film Swimfan. Directed by John Polson, and starring Erika Christensen and Jesse Bradford, Swimfan tells the story of a stalker (who isn't a fan of swimming...) harassing a swimmer. In this episode, they discuss sushi, swimming pools and podcasting while riding mopeds. Enjoy!


Episode 253 (Vertical Limit)

Mark and Tom discuss the underappreciated action film Vertical Limit. Released in 2000, and directed by Martin Campbell (Goldeneye, Casino Royale, The Mask of Zorro), this worldwide hit focuses on people making very bad decisions while attempting to climb K2. In this episode, Mark and Tom discuss Mountain Dew colored explosives, massive jumps and the greatness of Bill Paxton. Enjoy!


Episode 252 (Dracula: Dead and Loving It)

Mark and Chris discuss the 1995 vampire spoof Dracula: Dead and Loving It. Directed by Mel Brooks, this Leslie Nielsen starring spoof riffs on Nosferatu, Dracula (1931), Bram Stoker's Dracula, and Dracula (1958). Audiences and critics weren't fans in 1995, however, it's a fun film that features bug eating, constant gags and massive blood explosions. In this episode, Mark and Chris discuss eating raspberries, vampire lore and garlic. Enjoy


Episode 251 (Street Fighter - 1994)

Mark and Adam discuss the 1994 video game adaptation Street Fighter. This underappreciated (and insane) film went from script-to-screen in one year (which is crazy fast), and it's a miracle the finished product makes sense. In this episode, Mark and Adam ask many questions, discuss the film's insane production schedule, and ponder how much henchmen should be paid.


Episode 250 (The Thing - 1982)

Mark and John celebrate 250 episodes by discussing the 1982 classic The Thing. Directed by John Carpenter, this epic horror film tells the story of a gross intergalactic parasite harassing several very unlucky researchers in Antarctica. The Thing is loaded with beautiful practical effects, stressful paranoia and huge hats. In this episode, they discuss fan theories, Keith David and Kurt Russell's beard. Enjoy!


MFF Trailer Talk (Fast & Furious 9)

Mark and Adam discuss the epic Fast & Furious 9 trailer! In this episode, they discuss the return of Han, magnet planes, and which of the Fast movies focus the most on family. Enjoy!


Episode 249 (Predicting the 2010 Academy Awards)

Mark and Robert lamb continue their yearly trend of predicting the Academy Award winners from a decade ago. This year, they discuss the 2010 Academy Awards and make some daring predictions that may or may not be correct. In this episode, they discuss Paul Bettany action films, the insanity of Coraline and the greatness of The Hurt Locker. Enjoy!


Episode 248 (Piranha 3D)

Mark and Jay (Life Vs. Film - check it out) continue their "Soggy Saga" with Piranha 3D. Director Alejandra Aja (Crawl, The Hills Have Eyes) did an excellent job creating a bonkers 1980's throwback that features insane amounts of blood, copious gore, and a whole lot of gratuity. In this episode, they discuss jet skis, cave diving and decapitated heads. Enjoy!


Episode 247 (Only God Forgives)

Mark and Jonny Numb discuss the underrated classic Only God Forgives. Released in 2013, this brutal (and beautiful) film directed Nicolas Winding Refn received a lot of backlash and wasn't appreciated for what it is (A gnarly movie). In this episode, they discuss ice cream, fist fighting and terrible moms. Enjoy!


Episode 246 (Scream 4)

Mark and David Cross (of the Award Wieners podcast) talk about the underappreciated Scream 4. Released in 2011, Scream 4 capitalized on the remake trend of the 2000's, and found a fresh way to introduce new characters and bring back the old favorites. In this episode, they rank the Stab movies and pick their favorite characters from the Scream franchise. Enjoy!


Episode 245 (Blade 2)

Mark and Kiyon discuss Blade 2, the 2002 film that was directed by Guillermo del Toro. Blade 2 is an underrated comic book adaptation, sequel and action film that's loaded with an insane amount of badass set pieces, crunching strikes and practical effects that are super gooey. In the episode, they discuss vampire mythology, sunglasses and blood raves. Enjoy!


Episode 244 (Bowfinger)

Mark and Chris discuss Bowfinger, the underrated 1999 comedy starring Steve Martin and Eddie Murphy (X2). The movie focuses on a producer named Bowfinger (Martin) and his ragtag crew filming a movie starring Kit Ramsey (Murphy), the biggest action star on the planet. The problem is, the incredibly paranoid Ramsey has no idea he is being filmed, this leads to some hilarious moments involving Ramsey losing his mind as the film crew chases him around. In this episode, they talk about coffee...


Episode 243 (MFF Fake Flix - Sunset Shark Club)

Mark and Adam discuss Sunset Shark Club, the 1986 classic that featured Patrick Swayze surfing with real sharks. The movie centers around three surfers who travel around the world looking to surf with sharks. Their insane ways draw the ire of the locals, who justifiably don't want their kids surfing with them. This leads to a clash between the insane surfers and the local police who try to run them away from their town. In this episode, they discuss insightful one-liners, shark photography...


Episode 242 (Tremors)

Mark and Todd Liebenow (the host of the Forgotten Filmcast) discuss Tremors, on its 30th anniversary. Released on January 19, 1990, Tremors is a fantastic creature feature that is infinitely rewatchable and deserves it spots in the cult classic canon. In this episode, they discuss slimy practical effects, the unique monsters, and rank the movies in the franchise. Enjoy!


Episode 241 (Tusk and Walrus Yes: The Making of Tusk)

Mark and John discuss the Kevin Smith directed body-horror movie Tusk. Released in 2014, this man-becomes-walrus movie is becoming a cult classic because its insane (and we love it) and loaded with some truly memorable moments. In this episode, we discuss free rent, body horror and podcasting. Enjoy!


Episode 240 (The 12 Best Horror Films of 2019)

Mark and Zachary Beckler (director of the wonderful film Interior) discuss the 12 best horror films of 2019., It's been a great year for horror as fantastic films such as Crawl, Us, Midsommar, Climax, Ready or Not and One Cut of the Dead have been critically beloved and lucrative (which is good news for the genre). In this episode, they discuss killer alligators, scissor buying and why you should never go to cult gatherings. Enjoy!


Episode 239 (The 2019 Random Awards)

Mark and Megan hand out the 2019 Random Awards. Since 2011, the Random Awards have been an MFF staple, and this year might be the most random yet. In the episode, we discuss hats, tacos, alien cats and zombie puke. You will love it.


Episode 238 (Dog Soldiers)

Mark and Adam discuss the 2002 werewolf film Dog Soldiers. Directed by Neil Marshall (The Descent, Centurion) this epic werewolf movie focuses on a group of likable soldiers battling jerky werewolves, in the woods of Scotland. In this episode, Mark and Adam discuss the mythology of the creatures, practical effects and decapitated head throwing. You will love it!


Episode 237 (One Cut of the Dead)

Mark and Chris discuss the wonderfully weird One Cut of the Dead. If you haven't heard about One Cut of the Dead, just know that it is a $25,000 budgeted Japanese "horror comedy" that might be our favorite film of 2019. In this episode, they talk about blood explosions, zombie puke and soft water. Enjoy!


Episode 236 (Masters of the Universe)

Mark and Lan Pitts (comic book writer for Boom Studios!) talk about the 1987 cult classic Masters of the Universe. Distributed by Cannon Films, this live-action adaptation of the popular toy line and animated television show featured He-Man (Dolph Lundgren) trying to stop Skeletor (Frank Langella) from doing something evil that will change the fate of the universe. In this episode, Mark and Lan discuss, watching the movie in the 1980s, slaying Buicks and the greatness of Frank Langella....