Andrew shares some of his Oscars 2019 picks with the audience. Which of the films will win best picture? How do he and Scott and Courtenay differ on their picks? Find out here and on Twitter, where Andrew will be tweeting out his picks. See their ballots below and follow along here:
Courtenay is on to talk about the recent Aladdin trailer, news of a Coming to America sequel, and to review the Lego Movie 2. Is it good, or nearly as good as the original? Does it have enough meta jokes? We also look forward to the Disney release schedule for this year and how they will rule the world. Join us!
Lenore and Andrew discuss a bevy of topics this week, from the Bill Murray documentary, to a potential new Batman, and top it off with a review of Peter Jackson’s World War I documentary, They Shall Not Grow Old. Follow along with their discussion of who could be the next Bill Murray and Batman.
Happy New Year’s! For the end of the year special, Andrew and Scott Dreamcast their way through the X-Men and Fantastic Four, looking forward to when Disney does it. Which former Doctor Who star is their pick for Magneto? Which Wolverine pick is disqualified due to being in X-Men previously? How many times can they switch Colossus? Find out this week!
Time for another showdown! This year, Scott joins Andrew, Lenore, and newcomer Carly to debate Christmas songs across eras. Which carol did Andrew hate and get no support for? Which modern Christmas song do our panelists think is too condescending for love? Find out which songs we love and hate here!
We’re finally back! Scott and Andrew talk about the latest Marvel news, discuss some DC/Warner Brothers news, and talk about the future of Filmstruck. Then the guys decide to generate some Christmas spirit by playing the Hallmark Christmas Movie Generator! Pick some jobs and cameos from a hat, and they are ready to go. Come along with us on this super fun game you can play at home too!
Cameron comes on the podcast to talk all about the video games from 1998, widely considered one of the best years in history for video games. Which ones have the hosts played? How spoiled are they for living through this great year? Come for the nostalgia, stay for the nostalgia!
This week Scott and Andrew talk briefly about some streaming services: Filmstruck (RIP), Netflix and its original properties, and the Disney streaming app’s newest news. Sorry about the lack of podcast last week, Andrew explains what happened! Also, Andrew is streaming the Harry Potter movies, continuing with Order of the Phoenix Sunday night! Join us below:
Courtenay stops by to do an episode of GAFFED: Hocus Pocus! Andrew doesn’t really like the movie, why is that? Join us for an exploration into the terrible high school teacher, the spirit from the 1940s that is trapped in the film, and why kids love Garry Marshall. Also, the two discuss the Aladdin live-action teaser that came out last week.
Join Andrew on Twitter as he live tweets the Harry Potter franchise! First one on Monday! Come along!
Cameron comes on to the show to take down Spider-Man 3 from 2007, while Andrew defends it! What’s up with that strut down the street? How ridiculous is the drama? Why did that meteorite fall so close to the only superpowered being on the planet? Find out who wins this week!
Also, the guys talk about Jon Favreau’s The Mandalorian TV Series and the new Into the SpiderVerse trailer. Come along with us!
Alfred Hitchcock’s remake of Zorro? Jordan Peele’s take on The Truman Show? Taika Waititi’s Magnificent 7 as a Spy Movie? This week Scott and Andrew remake some movies with new directors and genres. Find out how we make the Truman Show into a horror film and Avatar into a JJ Abrams family film!
Scott comes on this week to talk a bevy of Marvel and DC news, as well as reviewing the streaming app DC Universe. Find out if it’s worth your time and money here! The guys also talk about the Captain Marvel trailer, as well as the newly announced Marvel TV shows on the Disney streaming app starring Loki and Scarlet Witch.
Thanks to listener Griffin for the suggestion to use Apples to Apples to come up with Simpsons subjects for the Simpsons Quote Time game! Scott and Andrew reach back into their brains to come up with quotes from topics like the Renaissance, outlet malls, fly fishing, and more.
We have a huge show this week! Courtenay is here to discuss two Netflix properties for review, first is Sierra Burgess Is A Loser, and the second is season 2 of American Vandal! What movie is Sierra Burgess a spiritual successor to? Is season 2 of American Vandal as captivating as the first? Will Andrew gush on and on about one of the properties? Yes! Which one? You guess!
The two then chat about Henry Cavill and Ben Affleck’s departures from the DCEU and what it means for the future of that franchise. This leads them to this week’s game, DREAMCAST where they get to cast the Justice League with whomever they want from actors from previous comic book movies! Which Daredevil star gets the Super treatment? Which voice actor from Teen Titans Go! To The Movies gets to be the big bad? Which actor with a super minor role in the Dark Knight trilogy gets to be Green Arrow? Find out this week!
This week Courtenay from Pop Culture Footnotes stops by to chat about the Captain Marvel spread from Entertainment Weekly before continuing Month of Games with Netflix and Fill-In-The-Blank 2! We go through some obscure and well-known properties on Netflix and give them a new genre. Listen along for some fun!
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This week kicks off Month of Games for Pop Pop Culture! We start this week with the new game GAFFED, the Grand American Film, Fun, and Entertainment Debate. Shannon from Pop Culture Footnotes comes on to defend the 1997 film Batman and Robin, and Andrew is here to tear it down. Who has the better arguments? Let us know on Twitter and Facebook! How do the Bat Butts and toy promotions fit into a narrative about Batman? If you believe Andrew, not well.
They also talk news of the week, including Star Wars Episode IX casting and Disneyland attractions, and Alec Baldwin’s sudden disappearance from the Joker film. Come along!
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Scott comes along with Andrew to talk summer movies and news! What movies did the guys like seeing this summer? Which do they regret? Which one gets the guys to chat about the Oscars for a while? Which franchise movie did they both really like and think was underrated? Join us this week and find out! (Sorry about the strange audio quality, our audio specialist was gone today).
Courtenay from Pop Culture Footnotes stops by to talk about Matt Groenig’s new show on Netflix Disenchantment. Is it any good? We’ll tell you all about it this week. We also get into the Oscar’s new Popular Film category. Will it do more harm than good for the Academy? Join us this week!
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This week Courtenay from Pop Culture Footnotes joins Andrew to talk about Set It Up on Netflix and the future/rebirth of the romantic comedy. Is Set It Up any good? Why is it so popular? They also talk about the Wreck It Ralph 2 teaser from this week, and the news/speculation of Idris Elba playing the new James Bond. Come along with us this week and hear a tired man spout every Rom Com reference he knows!
This week Andrew is all by himself (with the exception of a brief cameo from a childhood friend) and is playing Sad Childhood Remake! This is where Andrew takes a childhood movie and tells you what the sad adult remake would be, in the vein of Christopher Robin that was released this week and Hook from the 90s. What would Heavyweights, Recess, The Mighty Ducks, Little Giants, and SpaceCamp look like remade today? Find out with Andrew this week!
Double Review! Double Review! It’s time for a double review week! Scott and Andrew review the (oddly punctuated) Mission: Impossible-Fallout and Teen Titans Go! To The Movies this week! Andrew, fresh from his crisis during Skyscraper, discusses the fun he had this week at the movies. We also get Scott’s opinion on the Titans trailer from Comic Con and the DC Streaming App as a whole. Come along for some fun!
Cameron stops by with Andrew this week to discuss some of the trailers that came from San Diego Comic Con 2018 this week! They discuss Titans, Doctor Who, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Godzilla: King of the Monsters, Fantastic Beasts, Disenchantment, Aquaman, and Shazam! Which ones were good? Which look real bad? Which ones didn’t really show us anything? Find out this week as we look forward (sometimes reluctantly) to the big announcements!
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Scott is here to talk all about Skyscraper and if it is any good. Andrew is also there, but he is having quite the crisis over the movie and movies in general due to his experience in the theater. Come for the jokes, stay for the existential crises about how to “correctly” watch films!
The guys also play Remake once again, but this time putting the Rock in the starring role. How is Mamma Mia different with the Rock as a former wrestler? How is the Sound of Music different with the Rock as a former Navy SEAL? How could we possibly have the Rock star in Casablanca? Tune in to find out.
Andrew is going to be live tweeting the Mission: Impossible franchise in the lead up to Mission: Impossible: Fallout (I think that’s how it’s punctuated). Monday night will be MI:2 and Thursday night will be MI:3.
Courtenay from Pop Culture Footnotes joins Andrew to talk about Ant Man and the Wasp! Was it good? Was it funny? How many shrinking things are in there, and how many big things are there? Find out this week! They also discuss their favorite Marvel stand alone film ensemble casts. Find out which controversial pick is Andrew’s favorite! This plus talk about Star Wars casting news and speculation on who the character might be.
Andrew will be live tweeting the Mission: Impossible franchise starting Thursday night with MI: 1. Join him on Twitter!
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This week Andrew is joined by Mike Tharme from 3 Arm Creations to talk the Jurassic Park franchise, CG animation, stop-motion animation, and Ray Harryhausen’s work and influence on films. They also discuss the future of the Jurassic World films and the direction they may take, so spoilers for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom!
Mike also tells us about the project he is working on to recognize the work of Ray Harryhausen. It sounds like an amazing project, support him as you can!
Andrew is also celebrating the anniversary of this podcast by giving you his recommendations for his favorite episodes! Follow along with us this week for some fun!
Find Mike on Twitter @miketharme, also check out his Etsy shop here. Listeners of the podcast get a 10% discount with offer code PPCP2018 when you spend more than £4.
This week Scott joins Andrew to review Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Due to a scheduling conflict, Andrew couldn’t see it, so Scott gives his recommendation on it. Should you see it? Join us to find out.
In light of the trending Last Jedi remake on the internet from this week, the guys give the movies they’d like to see remade first, but to be honest, both of them really liked Last Jedi so any movie would be a better choice. How would Andrew redo the DC movie universe and another beloved movie franchise? What absolute classic does Scott want to see remade? Find out this week!
Also, coming this week from Pop Pop Culture and Pop Culture Footnotes, the first episode of Approximate Heroes will be coming! Follow @approxheroes on Twitter, Facebook, and Gmail for more updates.
This week Cameron joins Andrew to talk all kinds of stuff: Incredibles 2 review (is it good? Yes! How good? Find out!), Dumbo trailers, Star Wars fans, and finally, we reveal our favorite Pixar movies via a fun bracket that we can’t stop complaining about! Which Pixar movies are the worst? Which beloved Pixar movie is Andrew not on board with? And get ready to hear the opinion of the only guy who likes Brave more than Up. All this and more on this week’s episode!
Andrew is live tweeting the remainder of the Jurassic Park movies this week! Join him on Monday for Jurassic World 3 and on Wednesday (probably) for Jurassic World.
This week Christian joins Andrew to talk Ocean’s 8. How does it stack up to the other Ocean’s movies? Does it need to stack up to the Ocean’s movies? What did we want to see more of? Find out this week. The guys also talk trailers for Wreck-It Ralph 2, Bumblebee, and Mortal Engines, and some sports talk. Join us!
Andrew is going to live tweet the Jurassic Park franchise next! Join him Monday around 9 PM MST on Twitter as he dives into one of his favorite movies of all time, the original Jurassic Park, and Thursday at the same pop-time, same pop-channel for The Lost World.
Scott and Andrew have a grab bag of stuff to talk about this week, including a whole bunch of news: Spider-Man Homecoming sequel villains, Mowgli trailer, James Mangold’s Boba Fett movie, and more. Andrew tells a story of his haunted house, and Scott shares his thoughts on Solo: A Star Wars Story and Star Wars fans in general.
The guys also share their thoughts on Arrested Development Season 5, The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, and Roseanne. Come along with us this week for some fun on the 50th Episode!
Join Andrew tonight (June 2) as he live tweets the 2001 version of Ocean’s 11! Monday night (6/4) will be Ocean’s 12, and Thursday night (6/7) will be Ocean’s 13 in the lead up to the 6/8 release of Ocean’s 8.
Andrew is Solo-ing his review of Solo: A Star Wars Story this week in honor of his favorite Star Wars character, Dexter Jettster. Just Kidding! He’s doing it for Han Solo! How is the movie? Will we find out where Han got his blaster? How about his ship? And his devil-may-care attitude? Find out all this in the episode. Plus, James comes on and talks his ranked Star Wars films and compares them to Andrew’s list.
This week, we break the fourth wall of podcasts with a review of Deadpool 2! Ha! Now the genre is on its head, what are you gonna do? How is it? We unveil a new review method with Courtenay from Pop Culture Footnotes! We recommend whether or not to see this movie. Should you? Wait and listen to find out!
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This week Scott returns to make his thought about Avengers: Infinity War known, completing our Avengers Review of Avengers!* We also talk some fun news about the Star Wars live-action TV show, the return of Arrested Development, and news about Bill and Ted: Face the Music.
The guys also try out a new game called Netflix and Fill (In the Blank), where we have to match the Netflix description of a show to a new genre by adding one more line to the description! If you’ve ever wanted to hear how an Adam Sandler movie could be turned into a spy thriller, then you’ve come to the right place and you probably have too much time on your hands.
*Until, you know, someone else wants to join our Avengers Reviews.
This week, we have double the guest stars! First, we have Cameron talking about some news of the week, then Shannon from Pop Culture Footnotes gives her opinions on Avengers: Infinity War, and as a part of this Avengers-style review of the Avengers-style film, Cameron gives his opinions.
Andrew and Cameron then go on to look forward to the Summer movie season! Which movies look the best? Which could flop? Which one has a moustache that Andrew can’t wait to see? All these answers and more in this week’s episode!
Here is the link to the Cribs style walkthrough of the Millenium Falcon from Donald Glover:
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The time has come for a review of Avengers Infinity War! Courtenay from the Pop Culture Footnotes podcast joins Andrew to talk the movie event. Was it good? Yes (sorry for spoilers). How many times should you see it? Who dies? Was Andrew right in his analysis? Stay tuned for more speculation as well! Also, in what is becoming a recurring segment, Courtenay trashes James Cameron for his comments about the Avengers franchise.
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Remake is back, this time with a Superhero flavor! Iron Man in a Film Noir? Black Widow in the Revolutionary War? Aquaman in a Western? Yes, all these and more are discussed by Andrew and Christian this week as we get ready for Infinity War! How would Captain America be played by Oscar Isaac? Could the Hulk work as a spy film? Find out here this week! We also discuss a superhero movie for Spielberg, Deadpool 2’s new trailer, and discuss a Harry Potter reboot.
This week Scott and Andrew talk all about Rampage! How many monsters are in it? Is it fun? Why can’t Andrew shut up about Christmas Inheritance in this episode? Find out all that here this week! Also, the guys talk about the trailers for Ocean’s 8, Incredibles 2, and Solo: Solo Cups for All; and both Andrew and Scott wind up talking about Rogue One in their lead up to Solo’s trailer.
This week Andrew is joined by the hosts of the Pop Culture Footnotes, Courtenay and Shannon, to discuss Netflix’s Jessica Jones Season 2. Is it good? Worth your time? How does it stack up with the rest of the Marvel Netflix properties? Join us here to find out!
Andrew is the Player One in Ready Player One this week as he lays down the references hard! How Ready is this Player One? Pretty Ready! How was Ready Player One? Well, Andrew was surprised. Watch him eat his words this week as he goes over how fun Ready Player One is. Also hear his top five favorite and bottom five least favorite references from the movie.
Pacific Rim Uprising is upon us! Is it any good? Andrew and Scott give their opinions on it and whether you should see it or not. Scott also gives us his newest Batman theory, and a potential Force Awakens character in Solo: A Solo Movie About Han Solo. Andrew also talks about the rebooted Queer Eye on Netflix and why makeover shows are a touchy topic. Join us this week for all this and more!
Here is the clip of Joan Rivers and Mr. Rogers Scott talks about during the episode:
Andrew goes over his feelings on the reboot of Tomb Raider that came out this week. Should you go see it? Does it have enough tomb raiding in it? What classic movie will it remind you of? This and Andrew’s list of most likely and least likely characters to kick the Infinity Bucket in the upcoming Avengers: Infinity War. Come along with us!
Beware spoilers on Tomb Raider from 36:55-37:50
Andrew will be live-tweeting Pacific Rim in anticipation (?) of Pacific Rim 2 releasing on Friday, so join him on Wednesday night at 9 PM at the below:
Losing-His-Voice-From-A-Cold Andrew is joined this week by Courtenay from Pop Culture Footnotes to talk A Wrinkle In Time. Why does Andrew recommend this movie but drags on it a lot? Find out! Also, we get into news about Jon Favreau writing the live-action Star Wars series and the Ready Player One posters. Hoo boy, nostalgia is really a thing, isn’t it? Plus talk about Mary Poppins Returns, Christopher Robin, and plenty of hate on Daylight Savings Time.
Beware spoilers for A Wrinkle in Time at 39:00.
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Andrew is all by his onesie himself this week on the podcast, so he talks the Avengers: Infinity War news from this week and also gives his and Scott’s Oscars Picks for Sunday night. Can you pick better than them? Only time will tell!
Are you ready for the Oscars? Probably not, who has seen them all? Well we know one person, but she’s not here. So get ready for some previews from a 20-time Oscar watcher in Scott! Also throwing in his two cents is Andrew with odds from Vegas. Scott gets to talk a fourth chance for redemption for the Muppets and the guys get into the Batgirl movie news.
Big shout out to Pop Culture Footnotes’ comprehensive Oscars preview, check it out from someone who’s seen them all!
Black Panther is out! Is it good? Yes, it is. How good? Well we’re not giving that away for free (I guess technically we are since you don’t pay for this podcast, but you have to spend some time listening to us so it’s not totally free). Join Andrew and Courtenay from the Pop Culture Footnotes Podcast as they discuss their thoughts on it. Does Andrew have a new favorite villain? What happened to Andy Serkis’s Klauw? Does the Iron Man suit work for paralyzed people? Find out the answers here at Pop Pop Culture!
Beware spoilers starting 36:05.
This week Andrew will be watching Assassin’s Creed and live tweeting it! Join us here Monday at 9 PM Mountain time to experience all the glory* and majesty** that is this video game movie.
Boy were there a lot of trailers released this week! So if you’re looking for an exciting breakdown of the Venom trailer, look somewhere else because it was bad. But Christian and Andrew look at trailers for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Solo: The Solo Han Solo Standalone Solo Movie, Die Hard But This Time It’s the Rock (Skyscraper), and more. We also dive into the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics, our favorite Olympic/sports movies, and why the slow clap is the greatest sports movie move of all time.
Here is the article Andrew talks about with D2: The Mighty Ducks (best Olympics-movie-that’s-not-actually-set-at-the-Olympics movie of all time):
Do you like music? Yes, who doesn’t. Do you like this podcast? Yes, otherwise you’re probably not reading this. Christian joins Andrew once again to talk their most memorable/influential songs for them personally that are less than 25 years old. You can probably guess what kind of teenager Andrew was based on his selection of songs (spoiler alert: the coolest kind).
Also the guys talk Ant-Man and the Wasp trailer, DC news, and is there a big reunion that should have happened five years ago in the works? Join us to find out!
Find Christian’s stand-up and ComedySportz performances on Twitter: @sea_led
Andrew’s favorite (hipster jerk bag) Mongolian song here:
Today Andrew and Cameron from Southampton Productions jump into the wide world of fan theories on the internet. Is Jack Dawson from Titanic not everything that he seems? How are the Disney movies Hercules, Little Mermaid, and Cinderella connected? Are any of these theories correct and worth taking seriously? Let us know in the comments below! Plus news and Andrew defends the Last Jedi for the Last Jedi Time.
Hey everyone, due to an unforeseen circumstance, we were unable to record yesterday. So please enjoy this bonus episode from the end of Episode 24-Infinity War/Disney Remake episode. It was cut for time, but we are able to release it here. Joining Andrew, Cameron, and Corinne are Hannah Cook from Southampton Productions and Courtenay from Pop Culture Footnotes. If you haven’t listed to Episode 24 yet, it’s probably best to do so before listening to this episode as there are some references we make that may not make sense without the previous episode.
Thank you so much for listening, and we should be back to recording next week! Follow us below:
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This week the guys preview the biggest films coming out in 2018. Who’s the new Nicholas Cage? Does Scott still love Justice League? CAN YOU THE LISTENER MAKE ANDREW WATCH THE 50 SHADES OF GREY MOVIES AND LIVE TWEET THEM? PLEASE DON’T, HE LOVES YOU. We get a primer on Video Game Films, Andrew has some opinions.
Andrew is also ready to stomp his feet and complain on the internet if his expectations for Avengers: Infinity War are not met. Also, we recorded this before the news about New Mutants moving to 2019 and Deadpool 2 moving to May. Sorry for not having the dates right!
Andrew and Scott go over 2017 in Pop Culture! Was it a good year? Or a bad one? Or just a year? As far as years go, it was certainly one of them. Listen in for Scott’s shocking favorite movie of the year and Andrew’s discussion of one of his surprise favorite movies as well. Also, which movie or TV show was surprisingly good? And a brief talk about the state of comic book movies going into 2018. Listen along!
Lars Von Trier remaking a Disney classic? Miracle on 34th Street as a Western? Steven Spielberg’s Medieval epic? That’s right, New Year’s Rockin’ Eve is now New Year’s Remake Eve! Scott and Andrew play original recipe Remake to celebrate a new year! Andrew makes and breaks some New Year’s resolutions in the span of one episode! Will Scott make it through the episode? Maybe so! Have a great party with us this week!
The romantic tanglings of the Nakatomi employees? Santa in Iron Man armor? Kevin McAllister vs. Batman? The possibilities are endless for Pop Pop Culture’s Christmas Movie Mashup! In this special Christmas Episode, Andrew and Scott smush together classic and non-classic Christmas movies to find their horrible Frankenstein monster babies! Take a peak behind the curtain as to when we recorded this (back when audio quality was lower, I guess). Merry Christmas!
Scott and Andrew give their review of Star Wars: The Last Jedi! How does it stack up? Why do some people hate it? Is it different from Force Awakens? Are there enough Porgs? Or too many? Is this too many questions? Yeah, probably, they’ll all get answered this week. Plus, we get into the Disney acquisition of Fox’s entertainment division and all the fun that entails. Come along with us!
Ever wondered what the ultimate Christmas movie is? Well strap yourself in, because we at the Pop Pop Culture Podcast are about to answer that question! Join Andrew, Scott, Courtenay from Pop Culture Footnotes and Andrew’s mom Lenore as they battle it out over which movie reigns supreme! Scott talks about why it’s ok to hate the people in Christmas Vacation, but not Home Alone. Courtenay takes down a beloved classic’s premise. Lenore puts Miracle on 34th Street in its place. Who made the best argument? You tell us what you thought!
Andrew is finishing out his rewatch and live-tweeting of the Star Wars Saga! Join him on Monday for Return of the Jedi, and Wednesday for The Force Awakens. Then tune in next week for PPC’s analysis of The Last Jedi!
Wild speculation! Remake Games! Scottish Taylor Swift? You betcha. This week Andrew is joined by Cameron from Southampton Productions and Corinne from Soli Assist to discuss the Avengers: Infinity War trailer. What could happen? Will Hawkeye be ok (probably not)? Are any Avengers going to make it out alive?
Also, we play Remake with a Disney twist. What fairy/folk tales could get the Disney treatment with some current artists? Does LL Cool J still count as a current artist? We say yes. Let us know who you think had the best movie pitches!
Join Andrew on Twitter as he live tweets his rewatch of the Star Wars Saga! Monday night is Episode V: The Empire Strikes Three and Thursday night is Episode VI: Return of All Those Jedi, Even the Child Murderers I Guess.
Andrew is going Solo: A Pop Pop Culture Story this week due to a horrible sickness! Yaaay. Andrew talks what he is thankful for from this year in pop culture, some things you’ve heard of, some things you haven’t. Come along with a progressively raspy host and tell us what you’re thankful for #blessed!
Join Andrew as he retweets his rewatch of Star Wars movies! He picks up on Monday with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and on Thursday he will watch Episode IV: Wait, I Thought This Was the First Star Wars Now It’s The Fourth?
Are you All In? Or just somewhat in? Or not in at all? Andrew and Scott tell you the degree to which they are in on Justice League! Also news about an animated Mario movie and 20th Century Fox, My Man!
Andrew is live-tweeting his rewatch of the Star Wars Saga! This Monday is Episode III-Revenge of the Ship. I assume it’s one of the many spaceships that got shot down in the first two movies being reconstructed and exacting vengeance. Hopefully there will be a sweet workout montage! Due to the ultimate American Holiday (Thanksgiving), he will take a break on Thursday. May the (Dinner) Forks be with you!
Also, Andrew was on Pop Culture Footnotes this week talking comic books and Justice League (sounds like he’s All In). Check it out on iTunes or at popculture-footnotes.com!
Andrew is joined this week by the Pop Culture Footnotes hosts, Courtenay, Tana, and Shannon to talk Stranger Things 2! Join us as we discuss our favorite characters and episodes, as well as where we think the series is going in the future. We also talk about Star Wars and Disney news, and a lukewarm reaction to the trailer for The Post.
Join Andrew on Twitter as he live tweets the Star Wars movies! This Monday starts with Episode I-The Phantom Something-Or-Other, it’s hard for me to remember what it is because just thinking about it dulls my brain. Monday at 9 MST, watch a man fall into madness over a CGI lizard!
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Andrew is joined by James to discuss Thor: Ragnarok, the Ragnarok-iest of the Marvel films so far! What did they think of it? Well, just go ahead and Odinlisten to this week’s show! Also, the guys talk about Amazon possibly making the Lord of the Rings into a television show. Are they for this bad idea? Probably not.
Beware SPOILERS for Thor: Ragnarok at 38:30-50:50
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Andrew and Scott are opening all kinds of cans of worms! Or are they? The guys avoid talking Star Wars prequels, Die Hard sequels, and more! So what do they talk about? Scott talks about his experience seeing Halloween in theaters, Andrew talks about his rewatch of the MCU, and both of them talk Halloween candy!
Andrew is finishing up his rewatch of the Marvel Cinematic Universe! Monday will be Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, and Wednesday will be Spider-Man: Homecoming! Join us below:
Andrew and Scott dive right into the Last Jedi trailer and go much deeper than anyone ever has (probably). The guys also dive into some non-spooky stuff to watch for Halloween if you, like Andrew, are a horror wuss!
Join Andrew on Twitter as he live tweets his rewatch of the MCU! On Monday he’ll be watching Avengers: Age of Ultron, and on Thursday, Ant-Man!
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This week, Scott and Andrew discuss the Blade Runner franchise and (belatedly) Scott talks about mother! Spoiler alert: only one of these is good.
Also, the guys discuss their collectibles and cereal fascinations. If you’ve ever wanted to hear two grown men discuss cereal and whether it leads to crack addiction, then listen to this podcast, then immediately turn yourself into the police for criminal weirdness.
Join Andrew on Twitter as he live tweets his rewatch of the Marvel Cinematic Universe leading up to Thor: Ragnarok! This week, Captain America: Winter Soldier and Guardians of the Galaxy!
Andrew and Scott discuss the news of the week, including Linda Hamilton coming back to the Terminator Franchise! Then they talk favorite horror movies too! Since Andrew is a horror wuss, listen to his embarrassing stories and multimedia suggestions!
Also this week, Andrew will be live tweeting Iron Man 3 and Thor: The Dark World. Follow below for updates:
Scott is out sick today, so Courtenay is joining Andrew for some Harry Potter talk! We discuss whether or not JK Rowling has Lucas-ed the Harry Potter Universe. Also, Andrew struggles like he’s never struggled before!
Also, join Andrew as he live tweets the MCU! Monday is Captain America: The First Avenger, and Thursday is The Avengers! Follow us below:
This week, Andrew is joined by Christian Ledek of ComedySportz Provo to discuss their favorite rewatchable comedies! Do they count The Mummy starring Brendan Fraser as a rewatchable comedy? Maybe, or maybe not. It kind of is though, right? Follow us here:
This week, Scott is looking for his spiritual center, so Andrew is joined by Cameron from the Film Philes Podcast to discuss the news of the week, including Leonardo DiCaprio’s potential casting as the Joker. Then the guys discuss their favorite John Williams and Non-John movie scores. Are they joined by another guest at some point? Probably if I brought it up, but you’ll need to tune in to find out!
Note: This episode is the special uncut version! (Editor’s note: because we wanted to be edgy, not because our editing software was malfunctioning. Definitely). So if you’ve ever wanted to hear a man scroll through his Spotify playlists while promising to cut it all out, this is the episode for you!
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This week, Andrew is joined by James Dowdle and Courtenay as Scott is away this week! They discuss James Cameron’s recent comments about Wonder Woman and the DC Universe news from this week. Then Andrew and James talk about their favorite back to school TV shows, music, and movies. Follow us:
This week, Andrew and Scott are in perfect alignment on Logan Lucky! What kind of alignment you ask? Join us to find out! Also we get Scott’s true feelings on movie musicals, and each host airs their grievances with two well-known musicals! BUT WAIT THAT’S NOT ALL we also give you a new game to play with Chinese food. Watch for spoilers for Logan Lucky at 26:26-27:14, and again at 29:36-30:36. Follow us at the below:
This week, Andrew and Scott discuss the Disney Steaming Service news and their favorite TV shows. Also, Andrew tries to break Scott with some Star Wars theories. Did it work? Find out here! Also follow us below:
This week, Andrew and Scott discuss WFTPOTA and Buyer’s Remorse Movies (beware spoilers for WFTPOTA at 29:22 to 32:49)! So stick to the end to find out why Alien: Covenant really boils Scott’s potatoes, and which World War II movie sticks in Andrew’s craw! The guys also discuss Henry Cavill’s Mustache and other needless movie technology! Follow us below:
Christopher Nolan’s Frozen? Ridley Scott’s Western Finding Nemo? M. Night Shyamalan’s White Christmas? Joss Whedon’s The Matrix Romance? Join Andrew and Scott as they pitch these remakes and more on this week’s Pop Pop Culture Podcast. Also, Andrew starts off the episode very sad. Oh no! I’m sure it has nothing to do with the fact that this wasn’t the first episode we made this week (it probably does)! Follow us below:
This week, Andrew and Scott talk the news from ComiCon, as well as two (!) movie reviews, Dunkirk and Baby Driver! Also, we learn why Andrew is the Worst and talk about the growing importance of movie reviews to box office results. Beware spoilers for Baby Driver from 44:58 to 49:19.
Join Andrew and Scott as they discuss news from Disney convention D23, Muppets news, and Emmy nominations. Plus, a discussion of Dystopian movies, and a fun dystopian game! Big shout out to Preston Judd for composing our theme! Follow us below:
This week, Scott and Andrew talk about Spider-Man: Homecoming! Watch out for spoilers starting at 52:32. Also, Andrew reports back about Batman Returns and Scott shares his feelings about REEEEEEEED DAAAAAWWWWNNNN! Follow us at the below:
This week Scott and Andrew dive into the Netflix original movie Okja and their favorite guilty pleasure movies. Plus, sincerity in movies is back maybe? Join us here every week for updates and new episodes! Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Gmail at the below:
Join hosts Andrew and Scott as we go over the Han Solo movie director news, the DC Film Universe through Wonder Woman, and even a Pepsi review (spoiler alert: cinnamon soda is probably a bad idea). Plus, Andrew almost makes Scott quit the show because of the gaps in his Batman film history!
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