It’s the holiday season once again, and The Last Row Podcast is kicking off part one of their two part series with the underrated Four Christmases. Drew and Badway discuss the logistics of having four Christmases, Badway’s desire for a Christmas fight, a satellite dish as an expensive inconsiderate gift, and the possibility of respectfully dating your friend’s mom.
The Last Row Podcast is thankful for two things in life: our faithful listeners and Pauly Shore! Join Drew and Badway for their Thanksgiving special, spotlighting the 1993 comedy Son in Law. The guys are talking farm life, dorm life, 90s MTV VJ transformations, Pauly’s legit acting chops, and loving Kelly Kapowski so much that it hurts.
They went in expecting a disaster flick, but instead got a space mystery, as The Last Row Podcast covers the 2017 box office hit and critical flop, Geostorm. Drew and Badway discuss not only the bad acting and bait and switch plot, but also slow Smart Cars costing lives, rocket launchers in trunks, the world’s most heartfelt coded message, and one of the most unexpectedly evil movie villains in cinema history.
Part 2 of The Last Row Podcast’s Spooky Season has Drew and Badway answering the kitchen cordless to discuss the 1996 classic, Scream. Topics include: the film’s contribution to mainstream horror resurgence, Sidney’s father’s blatant negligence, party fridge etiquette, and the likely awkward conversation that forms a serial killer team up.
It’s Spooky Season, Michael, and The Last Row Podcast are celebrating by breaking down the 80s vampire classic The Lost Boys. Listen, Michael, the guys do a deep dive into how to create a vampire, the pros and cons of being one, how to defeat one, and what you would do if your brother became one. Also, Drew and Badway explain why they won’t ride on boardwalk rollercoasters, ponder if the Sax Guy is the British Bulldog, and argue about Drew’s War on Dirtbikes, Michael.
The Last Row Podcast celebrates football season by getting Invincible with Mark Wahlberg a.k.a. Vince Papale. Drew and Badway discuss the differences between the biopic dramatizations and the real life story, search for Wahlberg’s Philly accent, and spend 20+ minutes on Papale’s wife, who got 2 minutes of actual movie screen time, breaking down her all-time undressing of her soon to be ex-husband. The guys also identify which sports and jobs they could “walk on” to, bash biopics as a whole, and equate Rami Malek’s performance as Freddy Mercury to completing a brilliant paint-by-numbers drawing.