Hey everyone! Welcome to episode 349 of Motion Picture Meltdown! This week, Phil takes us on a ride in his time machine, and we re-visit the very first episode of MPM in 2009. He introduces a new segment called MPM Classics, where we re-roast movies from the first season, that can’t be found anywhere online. This week, we go back and take another look at Shrooms, as well as the new 2018 flick, Slice! In this episode, you’ll hear us talk about new segments we’d like to add to the show, we talk about the realism of pizza place jobs, and we all get to hear a 10 year-old Cheats screech. Enjoy!Continue reading “MPM: Ep. 349 – The Pizza & Drugs Delivery Service”
Hey everyone! Welcome to another spooky episode of Motion Picture Meltdown! We’re continuing along in our Halloween themed month and I’ve picked a couple of Werewolf movies for us to roast through. I hadn’t seen either of these, and so I thought they’d be good picks. This week, we go through one of three main werewolf movies from 1981, Wolfen, as well as the 80’s movie based on Stephen King’s Cycle of the Werewolf, Silver Bullet. In this episode, we all decide on our favorite movie werewolves, we think we found the first movie with “creature vision”, and we all discuss weremarsupials. Enjoy!
Hey everyone! Welcome to another episode of Motion Picture Meltdown! This week, Dehart, Phil and myself are joined by Phil’s brother and faithful fan and listener, Ed “The Bread” Collins in going through a couple of werewolf movies that we have wanted to cover for a long time! We roast through the 1981 Joe Dante film, The Howling as well as the lesser known film from 2002 lesser known Dog Soldiers. In this episode, you’ll hear us decide what we’d do if our family/significant other became a werewolf, we talk about Dee Wallace having the monopoly on movies where you’re trapped in a car by a canine, and Ed pushes up his glasses big time. Enjoy!
Hey everyone! Welcome to another episode of Motion Picture Meltdown! This week Phil, Dehart and myself roast through a couple of smaller-budget independant films. Going into these with low expectation was a huge surprise as we all found two movies we thoroughly enjoyed! Make sure you go and check out @Wolfcop and @Manborg on Twitter and check both of these movies out! In this episode you’ll hear us try and create movies by adding two random words together, we talk about the importance of the transformation scene in werewolf movies, and Phil tells us how prepared he’d be if he was a cyborg. Enjoy!
Hello everyone! Welcome back to the Monster Month of May! We here at Motion Picture Meltdown have moved on from last week’s Frankenstein episode, to roast through another classic monster movie and its remake. We go through the 1941 classic film, The Wolf Man as well as the 2010 remake The Wolfman. In this episode, you will hear us debate the many uses of Yak hair, argue the use of practical versus computer graphic gore, and talk about the editing of penises. Enjoy!