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

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




MFF Trailer Talk - Nicolas Cage Visits Willy's Wonderland

Mark and David Cross (of the Award Wieners Movie Review Podcast) discuss the first trailer for the bonkers horror-comedy Willy's Wonderland. Directed by Kevin Lewis, and starring Nicolas Cage, Emily Tosta and Beth Grant, Willy's Wonderland tells the story of what happens when a mysterious janitor battles evil animatronic puppets. In this episode, we discuss Mandy, puppets and pinball. Enjoy!


Episode 340 (Con Air, Seating Charts, and Bunnies)

Mark and Adam discuss the 1997 action classic Con Air. Directed by Simon West, and starring Nicolas Cage, John Malkovich, Ving Rhames, John Cusack and Dave Chapelle, this bonkers film focuses on what happens when a bunch of criminals have to fight a determined Nicolas Cage. In this episode, they talk about seating charts, rocks, and the excellence of Nic Cage. Enjoy!


Bonus Episode - The MFF VHS Challenge

Mark and Adam hunted down rare VHS tapes and competed in the first ever MFF VHS challenge. Sit down, relax and enjoy the nostalgia. The recording was released on MFF Facebook. Make sure to like the the MFF page!


Episode 339 (The Last Dragon, Sho'nuff, and The Glow)

Mark and Norbert discuss the 1985 film The Last Dragon. Directed by Michael Schultz, and starring Taimak, Vanity, and Julius J. Carry III, The Last Dragon tells the story of how a martial artist nicknamed "Bruce Leeroy" gets "The Glow." It also features him battling Sho'nuff (AKA The Shogun of Harlem), and falling in love with the most excellent Laura Charles. In this episode, they discuss 1980s action cinema, Berry Gordy, and pizza dough throwing. Enjoy!


Bonus Episode - Answering a Random Movie Question About Hot Shots! Part Deux

Mark and Adam answer a random movie question. If you've been listening to the MFF podcast since 2015, you'll remember the random movie questions we used to answer (go back and listen to all the old episodes!). In this episode, the crew tackle a random question about the film Hot Shots! Part Deux. Enjoy! Please make sure to rate, review, share and subscribe.


Episode 338 (A Knight's Tale, Rock Music and Jousting)

Mark and James discuss the 2001 film A Knight's Tale. Directed by Brian Helgeland, and starring Heath Ledger, Paul Bettany, Shannyn Sossamon, Alan Tudyk, Rufus Sewell, and Mark Addy (great cast), A Knight's Tale focuses on what happens when a likable young knight takes his shot at fame and fortune. In this episode, they discuss Chaucer, rock music, and the excellent chemistry of the cast. Enjoy!


Episode 337 (First Reformed, Drano, and Paul Schrader)

Mark and Jonny Numb (of the Last Knock Podcast) discuss the 2017 film First Reformed. Directed by Paul Schrader, and starring Ethan Hawke and Amanda Seyfried, First Reformed focuses on the downward spiral of a minster named Toller (Hawke), who is having a gnarly crisis of faith. In this episode, they discuss barb wire outfits, strategic doors, and drano. Enjoy! Please follow Jonny Numb on Twitter - @jonnyNumb


Bonus Episode - A Non-Spoiler Review of Shadow in the Cloud (2021)

Mark, Megan and David (of the Award Wieners Movie Review Podcast) review the creature feature Shadow in the Cloud.


Episode 336 (The 2020 Random Awards - A Celebration of Movie Randomness)

Mark and Megan celebrate 2020 cinema by handing out 16 Random Awards to movies such as Minari, Tenet, Get Duked!, Sh!thouse, and Never Rarely Sometimes Always. The Random Awards are an institution here at MFF, and Mark and Megan went big (and very random) for its 10th anniversary (Read them all at In this episode, they discuss monster explosions, turtle expeditions, hungry henchmen, and out of control vans. Enjoy! Please make sure to rate, review, share, and...


Episode 335 (The Long Kiss Goodnight, Renny Harlin, and Snowmobiles)

Mark and Kiyon discuss the 1996 action film The Long Kiss Goodnight. Directed by Renny Harlin (Listen to Deep Blue Sea - The Podcast), and starring Geena Davis and Samuel L. Jackson, this underappreciated film focuses on what happens when a badass assassin regains her memory (lots of people are killed). In this episode, they discuss ice skating, kitchen fights, and the excellence of Geena Davis. Enjoy!


Episode 334 (Die Hard, Candy Bars, and Hans Gruber)

Mark, Megan and Adam discuss the 1988 Christmas film Die Hard. Directed by John McTiernan, and starring Bruce Willis, Alan Rickman, Bonnie Bedelia, and Reginald VelJohnson, this epic action movie has gotten better with age, and it's the perfect example of how to balance story, action, characters, comedy, and tension. In this episode, they discuss candy selection, classic action films, and why Die Hard is so good. Enjoy!


Episode 333 (Stargate, Sand, and Kurt Russell)

Mark, John and Megan discuss the 1994 science fiction classic Stargate. Directed by Roland Emmerich, and starring James Spader and Kurt Russell, this big budget action film focuses on a group of soldiers battling an ancient alien. In this episode, they discuss candy bars, alien technology, and Emmerich's filmography. Enjoy!


Bonus Episode - The Sci-Fi Horror Movie Character Draft

Mark, Norbert and Adam got together and drafted their favorite characters from science fiction horror movies. In this episode, they discuss Slither, Phantasm, Pitch Black and Aliens. Enjoy! Please make sure to like the Movies, Films and Flix Facebook page. We unleash a lot of fun videos there.


Episode 332 (2 Fast 2 Furious, Cigar Cutters, and Pockets That Aren't Empty)

Mark and Sean discuss the 2003 sequel 2 Fast 2 Furious. Directed by John Singleton, and starring Paul Walker, Tyrese Gibson, Eva Mendes, Cole Hauser, and Chris "Ludacris" Bridges, this underappreciated sequel focuses on the exploits of two best friends battling a Miami drug dealer (it's amazing). In this episode, they discuss car races, henchmen stomping, and why 2 Fast 2 Furious is the best Fast and Furious movie.


Episode 331 (Trollhunter, Folklore, and Found Footage)

Mark and Zanandi (@ZaNandi on Twitter) discuss the 2010 Norwegian found footage film Trollhunter. Directed by Andre Ovredal, and starring Otto Jespersen, Trollhunter focuses on a shadowy government employee who is tasked with exterminating trolls that venture too far out of their designated territory. In this episode, they discuss troll farts, troll bureaucracy, and beautiful Norwegian scenery.


Episode 330 (About Time, Dinner Parties, and Bill Nighy)

Mark and Niall discuss the 2013 time travel film About Time. Directed by Richard Curtis, and starring Domhnall Gleeson, Rachel McAdams, Bill Nighy, Margot Robbie and Vanessa Kirby, this excellent film focuses on a guy, who on his 21st birthday, realizes he can time travel. In this episode, they discuss the Richard Curtis-verse, dinner parties and the greatness of Bill Nighy.


Episode 329 (The Prophecy, Devil Viggo, and Angel Fights)

Mark and Nathan discuss the 1995 thriller The Prophecy. Directed by Gregory Widen, and starring Christopher Walken, Elias Koteas, Virginia Madsen, and Viggo Mortensen, The Prophecy focuses on the devil, a few angels, and some humans attempting to find an evil soul that might turn the tide of a centuries long battle. In this episode, they discuss whispering devils, Walken telling people to be quiet, and angel fights. Enjoy!


Episode 328 (Face/Off, Evil Smoking and Doves)

Mark and Matteo discuss the 1997 action film Face/Off. Directed by John Woo, and starring Nicolas Cage, John Travolta and Joan Allen, this beautiful film tells the story of what happens when you switch faces with a terrorist (everything goes wrong). In this episode, we discuss Travolta's evil smoking, boat fights, and insane gun fights. Enjoy!


Episode 327 (Sonic the Hedgehog, Austrian Goat Milk, and Doctors Who Love Robots)

Mark and Erik discuss the 2020 film Sonic the Hedgehog. Directed by Jeff Fowler, and starring Jim Carrey, James Marsden, Maddie Wachowski and Ben Schwartz, this videogame adaptation is a lot of fun and features an award-worthy performance by Jim Carrey. In this episode, they discuss the excellence of Jim Carrey, road trips, and the redemption of Farmer Joe. Enjoy!


MFF Final Fights - Episode 31 (Broken Arrow - Vic Deakins vs. Riley Hale)

Mark and Tom discuss the epic train fight between Vic Deakins (John Travolta) and Riley Hale (Christian Slater) in the 1996 film Broken Arrow. In this episode, they discuss bad boxing, crowbar strikes, and slow missiles. Enjoy!