Hey everyone! Welcome to another episode of Motion Picture Meltdown! Dehart goes outside of his normal movie box and chooses a couple Wizard Of Ozmovies for us. This week, we roast through the remake The Wiz, as well as a direct Disney sequel to the original (book), Return To Oz. In this episode, we talk about “children’s” movies from our childhoods that were really just nightmare fuel, Phil get angry about a simple little couch moose, and we ask ourselves just how many songs need to be in a movie. Enjoy!
Hey everyone! Welcome to another episode of Motion Picture Meltdown! We go back to the 80’s to roast through a couple of perfect podcast movies that Cheats picks in Deadly Prey andHands Of Steel. In this episode, you’ll hear about the famous people we’d like to see in a “Dangerous Game” scenario, we talk about the benefits of killing in Daisy Dukes, and discuss the logic of rattlesnake arm-wrestling. Enjoy!
Hey everyone! Welcome to another episode of Motion Picture Meltdown! I pick the movies this week and decided to hit us with some perfect podcast flicks. We roast through a couple of 80’s monster movies, Basket Case and The Terror Within. In this episode, you’ll hear us discuss our favorite “tiny movie monsters”, we talk about how annoying it is that so many movies rip off Alien, and how sometimes mutant meatball brothers need some love too. Enjoy!
The Holidays have arrived! Welcome to another episode of Motion Picture Meltdown! Historically, December is a month where we let our listeners choose a shit-show of movies for us to torture ourselves with. This year, we’ve decided to try something new. Each week in December, three of us come together and decide on a gift of movies for the other co-host. This week, Dehart, Cheats, and Phil picked movies for me (Stephen). In this episode, we roast through Dead Heat and Game Over(3615 Code Pere Noel). You’ll hear us come up with our own creative Christmas weapons, we talk about the benefits of having three noses, and wonder if Home Alone was Game Over first. Enjoy!
Hey everyone! Welcome to another episode of Motion Picture Meltdown! Dehart picks a couple of Australian movies for us to watch this week, one based on the The Most Dangerous Game, called Turkey Shoot as well as a lesser-known 80’s creature feature, Razorback. In this episode, we create our own Australian deadly Cryptic animals, Phil does really terrible Aussie accents, and we definitely don’t promote downloading things illegally. Enjoy!