Another week, another packed podcast. In this one, Jordan goes on the hot seat for his review of War Dogs, then Scott and him give their assessment of Southside With You by introducing a new segment called The Report Card. Then, after a quick review of the Japanese film 13 Assassins, they get to the real intense part: the 2016 Fantasy Film League Playoff Draft. Go inside the War Room with the guys as they choose what they think are going to be the 10 best films of the year according to critics and fans. Make sure to devote a good amount of time to the podcast and send any and all feedback to email@example.com or through Twitter (@RadNotionsRadio). Enjoy!
The guys spice things up this week as they add a little bit of change to their regular review sessions. After a lengthy movie minute, they have a free-for-all review of Suicide Squad before playing Devil's Advocate with the Disney remake Pete's Dragon. Then they update the FFL scoreboard and head to a Good, Bad, and Ugly rendition of The Raid 2. Then they finally cap things off with one of the final Top 5s (explained within) when they look at their "Dream Team." Enjoy and please send feedback/suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Enjoy!!
Although we say this a lot: this one is a packed podcast. The guys bring in their resident Star Trek expert as they discuss the newest Trek film, Star Trek Beyond, before moving onto Scott's other big release, Jason Bourne. They also touch on wildcard tiebreakers Miles Ahead and A Bigger Splash before giving a more thorough review of the film Captain Fantastic. In the Blast from the Past category, they revisit the 1982 classic, E.T., and recount their favorite space movies. Give it a listen and send feedback to email@example.com. Enjoy!!
Sorry for the delay! With both hosts out of town, they had to get a little creative with the release schedule. The result is packed podcast that reviews Independence Day: Resurgence, The BFG, Demolition, and Iron Giant. To go along with their retroactive review of Iron Giant, they also recount their favorite movies with social commentary. Thanks for being patient and feel free to send feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org. On a scheduling note, the next podcast will release right around August 2nd or 3rd. Enjoy!
In a packed podcast (I know we say that a lot), the guys discuss 4 distinctly different films - Warcraft (Scott's pick), Finding Dory (Jordan's pick), Midnight Special (Jordan's long-overdue pick), and Taxi Driver (Jordan's Blast from the Past). To go along with their discussion of Finding Dory, the guys tackle the best Disney films in their Top 5. Check out the podcast and make sure to visit radnotions.com to interact with the podcast. Note: next podcast won't release for 3 weeks.
In a truly roundabout podcast, the guys take on the 4th comic book movie of the year - Jordan's pick X-Men: Apocalypse, before looking at one of Scott's wildcard picks - Sing Street. They also review the truly unique 2014 indie film Buzzard before rounding out the podcast with a conversation about the saddest, most tear jerking films. Please send any feedback to email@example.com and visit our website radnotions.com to get more information. Enjoy!
Though technically the featured film this podcast is Shane Black's The Nice Guys, Jordan and Scott spend more time talking about their love for the limited release film Green Room (one of Jordan's picks). They also update the FFL scoreboard and, of course, do a Blast from the Past review (this time around, it's Now You See Me). At the end, they countdown their favorite actor-directors. Take a listen and please support the show by rating/reviewing on iTunes and sending any feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org. Enjoy!
We've said it before and we'll say it again - it's another packed podcast! In this episode, the guys talk about the Key & Peele movie Keanu before talking about perhaps the most anticipated movie of the year - Captain America: Civil War. If that's not enough for you, they give Who Framed Roger Rabbit their Blast from the Past treatment. Lastly, they top off the episode with a look at the best movie animals of all-time. Check it out and send feedback to email@example.com or visit the website (radnotions.com). Enjoy!
In a packed podcast, we talk about not one, not two, but seven releases from this year, including the anticipated Jungle Book remake. We also look at Everybody Wants Some, Dark Horse, Huntsman: Winter's War, Get a Job, Mr. Right, and The Witch (though most of those are just Movie Minutes). For the most part, it's a pretty positive podcast as we focus our attention on The Jungle Book and Everybody Wants Some. We don't go back far for our Blast From the Past as we revisit the 2013 film Short Term 12 before rounding things off with a heaping dose of Tom Hanks. Sorry for the audio quality at points but please send any other feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org. Enjoy!
Although the guys weren't able to catch-up with Everybody Wants Some or Midnight Special (like planned), there's still plenty of conversation regarding the POV action film Hardcore Henry as well as an in-depth review of the Blast from the Past - Duncan Jones' 2009 psychological sci-fi film, Moon. The top 5 is another good one this week as they count down the five most original films. Check out the "live" podcast and send feedback to email@example.com! Thanks!