Music Video Countdown: 94 & 93

Unitedcypher Presents returns once again with a new project.  We’re going to be looking into MTV’s top 100 music videos list from 1999.  This week DeHart and Travis start with Gone Till November from Wyclef Jean and Sunday Bloody Sunday from U2.  Check out the videos below, listen to the show, and let us know what you think.

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MPM: Ep. 318 – (Vol)Kano Wins. Flawless Victory!

Hey everyone! Welcome to another episode of Motion Picture Meltdown! This week I chose a couple of big budget natural disaster movies from 1997, Dante’s Peak and VolcanoIn this episodes, you’ll hear us talk about which disasters we would least like to be stuck in, Phil rages about lava bombs, and we solve the mystery of the volcano murder case. Enjoy!

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Music Video Countdown: 96 & 95

Unitedcypher Presents returns once again with a new project.  We’re going to be looking into MTV’s top 100 music videos list from 1999.  This week DeHart and Travis start with Bastards of Young from The Replacements and Faith from George Michael.  Check out the videos below, listen to the show, and let us know what you think.

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MPM: Ep. 317 – There’s Always An Olaf

Hey everyone! Welcome to another episode of Motion Picture Meltdown! This week, Dehart picks a couple of films from a weirdly obscure genre of horror movies about making horror movies. We roast through the 1995 Swedish film, Evil Ed as well a movie made by the awesome crew of Astron 6, The Editor. In this episode, you’ll hear us talk about the easiest jobs to go insane at, butcher Swedish names, and teach you how to scam Amazon Prime. Enjoy!

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Music Video Countdown: 98 & 97

Unitedcypher Presents returns once again with a new project.  We’re going to be looking into MTV’s top 100 music videos list from 1999.  This week DeHart and Travis start with Everybody Hurts from R.E.M. and Don’t You Want Me from Human League.  Check out the videos below, listen to the show, and let us know what you think.

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