Episode 175: Spider-Man: Far From Home

fb27670d6fbaab8492d0096dbf4ba186d27c023fSpider-Man is back in theaters with this week’s Far From Home, and the MovieFilm Podcast is here with our reactions to the webslinger’s latest adventure in the Marvel Cinematic Universe! In addition, we chime in on the death of Mad Magazine, ponder whether Quentin Tarantino really means it when he says he’s retiring, and celebrate the impending arrival of another Bill & Ted movie! Listen to it all through the embed below or at iTunes, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, and Spotify! Also, as always, please make sure to visit our Facebook page or e-mail moviefilmpodcast@gmail.com to let us know how we’re doing!

Episode 174: MIB: International + Toy Story 4

nullThe MovieFilm bring the curtain down on the dog days of June with brief, spoiler-free conversations on Men in Black International and Toy Story 4! In addition, they work their way through the MovieFilm Mailbag, discuss some of the new headlines out of Hollywood, and talk up the latest Star Wars news! through the embed below or at iTunes, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, and Spotify! Also, as always, please make sure to visit our Facebook page or e-mail moviefilmpodcast@gmail.com to let us know how we’re doing!

The MovieFilm Commentary Track: Batman ’89

Batman89-1Thirty years ago today, Tim Burton’s Batman hit theaters and changed the course of movie history. The DC Comics adaptation starring Jack Nicholson and Michael Keaton marked the first time anyone dared to take the Dark Knight seriously in live action, and its staggering box office success laid the groundwork for every single cinematic superhero battling it out in multiplexes ever since. It all happened because of Batman. As you can imagine, this one hit us at exactly the right time, so it’s a pretty important movie moment for both of us, and we had an absolute blast watching, reminiscing, and sharing anecdotes, and we hope you’ll enjoy listening along! You can hear it through the embed below or at iTunes, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, and Spotify! And like always, be sure to visit our Facebook page or e-mail moviefilmpodcast@gmail.com to let us know how we’re doing!

The MovieFilm Commentary Track: Speed

keanu-reeves-speedPop quiz, hotshot: The MovieFilm Podcast has just dropped its latest commentary track. What do you do? What do you do? That’s right, this week we’re celebrating the twenty-fifth anniversary of one of our favorite movies, Speed! Listen as Brian and Zaki offer up behind-the-scenes anecdotes, the production history, and their own personal histories with the vehicle (no pun intended) that cemented Keanu’s action hero bona fides and put Sandra Bullock on the map! Buckle up and feel the G’s via the embed below or at iTunes, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, and Spotify! Also, as always, please make sure to visit our Facebook page or e-mail moviefilmpodcast@gmail.com to let us know how we’re doing!

Episode 173: Dark Phoenix

5F4C5A4C-C8E3-4EEB-83D5-05407E28A08EDark Phoenix flies into theaters this weekend and brings the curtain down on nearly twenty years of Twentieth Century Fox’s X-Men franchise! The MovieFilm boys are ready to go with their spoiler-filled take on this twelfth X-opus and whether it’s a finale worth that’s worth rising from the ashes for. But that’s not all! Robert Pattinson is confirmed for The Batman, Godzilla doesn’t roar quite as loudly at the box office as expected, and we have some theories to discuss regarding Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker! Listen via the embed below or hear it at iTunesStitcheriHeartRadio, and Spotify! Also, as always, please make sure to visit our Facebook page or e-mail moviefilmpodcast@gmail.com to let us know how we’re doing!

The MovieFilm Commentary Track: Godzilla (’98)

godzilla1998With Godzilla stomping through theaters once again, we take the opportunity to hop back in time and re-watch the first attempt to Americanize the big guy: 1998’s infamous disaster Godzilla, directed by Roland Emmerich and produced by Dean Devlin — two men who know from disasters. This movie was such a well-known debacle that it rendered the character radioactive (sorry) stateside for the next sixteen years. But is the Matthew Broderick monster mash as terrible as its rep? Tune in to get our takes! Listen via the embed below or hear it at iTunes, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, and Spotify! Also, as always, please make sure to visit our Facebook page or e-mail moviefilmpodcast@gmail.com to let us know how we’re doing!

Episode 172: Aladdin + Godzilla: King of the Monsters

Godzilla-King-Monsters-poster-1000-01The king is back! This week’s Godzilla: King of the Monsters sees the big guy stalking screens again after a five-year break, and the MovieFilm boys weigh in on Warner Bros.’ big budget monster mash. In addition, they offer thoughts on Keanu Reeves‘ ultraviolent sequel John Wick: Chapter 3, Disney’s all-new Will Smith-starring Aladdin, and more! Listen to it all through the embed below or hear it via iTunesStitcheriHeartRadio, and Spotify! Also, as always, please make sure to visit our Facebook page or e-mail moviefilmpodcast@gmail.com to let us know how we’re doing!

The MovieFilm Commentary Track: Alien

Alien (1979)  Sigourney Weaver Credit: 20th Century Fox/Courtesy Neal Peters CollectionIt was forty years ago this week that Ridley Scott’s Alien came to theaters and scarred an entire generation of filmgoers the process. The space-based horror opus has cast a very long shadow on cinematic history, and Brian and Zaki are here with a new commentary track to mark the occasion. Listen as they delve into the film’s roots and influences, production history, and thematic parallels, plus much more! Like always, stream it below or listen at iTunesStitcheriHeartRadio, and Spotify. And like always, please be sure to hit “like” on our Facebook page and let us know how we’re doing by writing a review!

The MovieFilm Commentary Track: Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

Indy 2The man with the hat is back! And so are the MovieFilm boys, this time joined by special guest Sean Coyle (Disney’s Puppy Dog Pals) for a brand new commentary track marking the thirtieth anniversary of the third Indiana Jones adventure! Listen in as Sean, Brian, and Zaki watch Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade and share behind-the-scenes stories, personal anecdotes about the Steven Spielberg-Harrison Ford-George Lucas trilogy capper, and have plenty of fun and laughs as they re-watch one of their favorite movies of all time. As always, you can stream the episode below, or listen via iTunesStitcheriHeartRadio, and Spotify. And please make sure to hit “like” on our Facebook page and let us know how we’re doing by writing a review!

Episode 171: Avengers Fallout + Detective Pikachu

detective_pikachu_marketingThe MovieFilm boys reconvene to take stock of the record-shattering success of Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame! Also: Quick thoughts on Detective Pikachu and the Game of Thrones controversy! In addition, we remember the late John Singleton, Tim Conway, and Peter Mayhew, speculate on what’svnext for Star Wars, and chime in on other headlines of more! Stream the episode below, or listen via iTunes, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, and Spotify. And please make sure to hit “like” on our Facebook page and let us know how we’re doing by writing a review!