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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




Episode 362 (Blade, Blood Raves, and Ice Skating Uphill)

Mark and Jack Austin (From the Alter Ego Podcast) discuss the 1998 superhero film Blade. Directed by Stephen Norrington, and starring Wesley Snipes, Stephen Dorff, Kris Kristofferson and N'Bushe Wright, the film focuses on what happens when ambitious vampires try to ice skate uphill. In this episode, we talk about the excellence of Wesley Snipes, grounded action, and 1990's comic book adaptations. Enjoy! Please make sure to follow and listen to the Alter Ego Podcast.


MFF Final Fights - Episode 36 (Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace - Qui-Gon Jinn & Obi-Wan Kenobi vs. Darth Maul)

Mark and Megan talk about the iconic Duel of the Fates battle in The Phantom Menace. The fight between Qui-Gon Jinn (Liam Neeson), Obi-Wan Kenobi (Ewan McGregor) and Darth Maul (Ray Park) is an all-timer, that features beautiful choreography, lots of flips, and a killer soundtrack. Enjoy!


MFF Final Fights - Episode 35 (Gone in 60 Seconds - Memphis Raines vs. Raymond Calitri)

Mark and Adam (of the Go Figure YouTube show) discuss the final fight between Memphis Raines (Nicolas Cage) and Raymond Calitri (Christopher Eccleston) in Gone in 60 Seconds. If you are into brawls that feature chair destruction, impressive leaps, and front kicks, you will love this episode. Enjoy!


Episode 361 (Dark Shadows, Eva Green and Tim Burton)

Mark and Zanandi (@ZaNandi on Twitter) discuss the 2012 film Dark Shadows. Directed by Tim Burton, and starring Johnny Depp, Eva Green, Michelle Pfeiffer, Chloë Grace Moretz, and Helena Bonham Carter, the $150 million budgeted film focuses on the strange happenings in a quaint fishing town. In this episode, they discuss Depp-fatigue, werewolves, and horror movies that make people happy.


MFF Final fights - Episode 34 (Under Siege 2: Dark Territory - Casey Ryback vs. Marcus Penn)

Mark and Adam discuss the final fight between Casey Ryback (Steven Seagal) and Marcus Penn (Everett McGill) in Under Siege 2: Dark Territory. In this episode, they talk about lettuce, knife fighting, and the way Seagal absolutely wipes out his opponents. Enjoy!


Bonus Episode - Predicting the 2011 Academy Award Winners

Mark and Robert predict the 2011 Academy Awards (Yep...2011). In this bonus episode, they talk about The King's Speech, The Social Network, and cutting checks. Enjoy!


Episode 360 (We Summon the Darkness, Heavy Metal, and Twinkies)

Mark and Zanandi (@ZaNandi on Twitter) discuss the 2020 thriller We Summon the Darkness. directed by Marc Meyers, and starring Alexandra Daddario, Maddie Hasson, and Amy Forsyth, the film focuses on a wild night of violence involving knives, cooking sheets, and boat motors. In this episode, Mark and Zanandi discuss fun horror, Johnny Knoxville, and cheeky characters. Enjoy!


Episode 359 (Super Dark Times, Swords, and Primitive Radio Gods)

Mark and Jonny Numb (@jonnyNumb on Twitter) discuss the 2017 film Super Dark Times. Directed by Kevin Phillips, and starring Charlie Tahan, Owen Campbell and Elizabeth Cappuccino, the film focuses on the super dark times that follow a tragedy. In this episode, they discuss 1990's nostalgia, film theories, and convenience store squid. Enjoy!


MFF Final Fights - Episode 33 (Thor: The Dark World - The Battle of Greenwich)

Mark and Megan discuss the final fight in Thor: The Dark World. The Battle of Greenwich pits Thor, Jane Foster, Darcy Lewis, Erik Selvig, Ian Boothby, and Mew Mew, against Malekith the Accursed and his Dark Elves. It's a fun brawl that features portals, punches, and a very epic smack 'em up (this term is invented during the episode). Enjoy!


Episode 358 (Prince of Darkness, Math, and Science)

Mark and John discuss the 1987 film Prince of Darkness. Directed by John Carpenter, and starring Donald Pleasence, Victor Wong and Dennis Dun, the film is part of Carpenter's "Apocalypse Trilogy" and focuses on what happens when a mysterious green liquid awakens, and causes funky things to happen. In this episode, they talk about cheeky humor, heavy themes, and sturdy walls. Enjoy!


Episode 357 (The Dark and the Wicked, Goats, and Great Horror)

Mark and Zanandi (@ZaNandi on Twitter) discuss the excellent horror film The Dark and the Wicked. Directed by Bryan Bertino, and starring Marin Ireland, Michael Abbot Jr. and Julie Oliver-Touchstone, the film focuses on what happens when an estranged family comes up against something truly dark and wicked. In this episode, they talk about atmospheric horror, jerky demons, and the filmography of Bryan Bertino. Enjoy!


Episode 356 (Darkman, Sam Raimi, and Helicopter Explosions)

Mark and David (of the Award Wieners Movie Review Podcast) discuss the 1990 film Darkman. Directed by Sam Raimi, and starring Liam Neeson, Frances McDormand and Larry Drake, this bonkers movie focuses on what happens when a scientist survives an explosion, becomes a maniac superhero, and attempts to take down a crime boss. In this episode, they discuss 1990's superhero cinema, Sam Raimi, and helicopter explosions. Enjoy!


Bonus Crossover Episode - Which Movies Should've Had a Toyline?

It's a crossover episode! Mark was joined by Adam and Steven of the GoFigure YouTube channel, and That Junkman (check out the That Junkman YouTube channel) to discuss which movies should've received a toyline when they were released. This is a fun episode, that features an in-depth conversation about whether or not the 2011 film The Lincoln Lawyer should've received its own toyline (it 100% deserves a line of action figures). Please make sure to subscribe to the GoFigure and That Junkman...


Episode 355 (Joe Dirt, Fireworks, and Auto Trader)

Mark and Nathan discuss the 2001 film Joe Dirt. Directed by Dennie Gordon, and starring David Spade, Christopher Walken, Brittany Daniel and Adam Beach, the movie focuses on the adventures of Joe Dirt, a super plucky guy who is trying to find his parents after they left him at the Grand Canyon. In this episode, they discuss positive heroes, bad jobs, and Christopher Walken's dancing.


MFF Final Fights - Episode 32 (Cliffhanger - Gabe Walker vs. Eric Qualen)

Mark is joined by Megan and Adam to discuss the legendary final fight in the 1993 film Cliffhanger. Directed, by Renny Harlin, the brawl between Gabe Walker (Sylvester Stallone) and Eric Qualen (John Lithgow) is jam-packed with thrills, gut punches, smack talk, winches, biting and explosions. It's a wonderful fight, and we had a great time talking about it. Enjoy!


Episode 354 (My Best Friend's Wedding, Jello and Karaoke)

Mark and Erik discuss the 1997 romantic comedy My Best Friend's Wedding. Directed by P.J. Hogan, and starring Julia Roberts, Cameron Diaz, Rupert Everett and Dermot Mulroney, the film focuses on what happens when a food critic attempts to sabotage her best friend's wedding. In this episode, they talk about Julia Roberts huge run in the 1990s, bad karaoke, and good romantic comedies. Enjoy!


MFF Final Fights - Episode 32 (The Jet Ski Chase Finale in Police Academy 3: Back in Training)

Mark and Nick Rehak (@TheRehak on Twitter) discuss the final fight in the 1986 film Police Academy 3: Back in Training. This final fight is a highlight of jet ski cinema, as it features a 10-minute jet ski chase that involves sweet jumps, beautiful screaming, and a character named Sweetchuck taking a sweet shortcut. Enjoy!


Episode 353 (Dawn of the Dead, Solid Remakes, and Fast Zombies)

Mark and Doug discuss the Zack Snyder directed Dawn of the Dead. Released in 2004, this excellent remake was written by James Gunn and features fun performances from Sarah Polley, Ving Rhames, Jake Weber and Ty Burrell. In this episode, they discuss fast zombies, Richard Cheese and what makes this remake work. Enjoy!


Episode 352 (Celebrating One Year of Bloodshot)

Mark and David Cross (of the Award Wieners Movie Review Podcast) celebrate the one year anniversary of Bloodshot! In this episode, they discuss likable characters, fun fights and gym repair. Enjoy!


Episode 351 (Last Action Hero, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Explosions)

Mark and Niall discuss the 1993 action film Last Action Hero. Directed by John McTiernan, and starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Charles Dance and Austin O'Brien, this incredibly expensive meta-action film tells the story of what happens when a kid is magically sucked into a fictional action movie that is full of explosions, clichés, and one-liners. In this episode, they discuss the gigantic production, script rewrites, and why it's a cult classic. Enjoy!