In Episode 69 of The Last Row Podcast, Drew and Badway occupy the same space, at the same time, to analyze the JCVD fan favorite, Timecop. Topics include: gratuitous nude scenes, secret pregnancies, convoluted villain plans, roller coaster time machines, and post-time travel psychological counseling. The guys also talk about the actual plot of the movie for maybe 3 minutes.
Drew and Badway dust off the ol’ mailbag on this edition of The Last Row Podcast. The guys are tell more stories from their experiences in the “movie biz,” contemplate which Nicolas Cage character they’d most like to be friends with, discuss quotable movies, embarrassing favorites, overrated Oscar winners, and much more!
It’s Valentine’s Day 2018, and The Last Row Podcast has the perfect gift…Drew and Badway watched Fifty Shades Darker so you don’t have to! Allow the guys to fill you in on all the comings and goings of Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele, including the latter’s career as a book-picker, the former conducting business in the nude, and a curious lesson on “Chris Benoit Balls”. Badway rewrites this crapfest of a movie, and the guys enjoy another round of “Serious Movie or Skinemax Flick?”
The guys at The Last Row Podcast kick off 2018 by dissecting the 1998 box-office bomb, Jack Frost. Drew and Badway are talking deadbeat dads, dead dads, snowman rules, snowman funerals (including the proper disposal of snowman ashes), and when exactly to quit your crappy band and stop burdening your poor wife and son.
This week on The Last Row Podcast, we dig up the dirt on the 1992 caveman comedy, Encino Man. Drew and Badway discuss the career of Pauly Shore, how Sean Astin’s character is the obvious villain of the movie, and what an awful idea it is to dig your own pool. The guys are also talking nugs, chillin, grindage, beaks, lobes, melons, Betties, crusters and juice wheezing…if you’re into that sort of thing.
It’s time for another Nic Cage episode of The Last Row Podcast! Drew and Badway give their take on the unfriendly skies of Con Air. Topics include: Cage hair, bad accents, prison fathers, and much more. The guys also compare and rank the best all-time airplane movies, and finish with some listener mail.
There’s no getting around it. Mortal Kombat: Annihilation is a terrible movie. That doesn’t stop The Last Row Podcast from having some fun with it! Drew and Badway spend about a minute discussing what went right and about 50 minutes discussing what went wrong, ultimately devolving into a conversation about how the movie compares to the production quality of an “adult film” parody of itself. Things go downhill from there. Prepare yourself. Things get Toasty.
Drew and Badway get an “F+” in attendance when it comes to putting out episodes of The Last Row Podcast lately, so the guys put in a little extra credit with an extended look at the 90s action/thriller The Substitute. Is Tom Berenger a sloppy fighter? Is running drugs through a school really a good plan? Is Juan Lacas an effective gang leader? Why did Marc Anthony look so sickly in this movie? Can you do a love scene with a woman in a full leg cast? So many questions. Take notes, there WILL be a test!
After another small break, Drew and Badway are back to break down Disney’s 1994 classic, Blank Check. From batting cage to inflatable boxing ring, the guys tally and critique all of Preston Waters’ purchases as he carelessly blows through $1,000,000 in less than a week. Other topics include the inner workings of the Waters brothers business (Hand and Foot), a return of the villain scale, whether adults should question an 11-year old spending time with a mysterious older businessman named Mr. Macintosh without having met him, and Shay Stanley’s dedication to going undercover. Finally, the guys uncover a 20+ year old movie bombshell, simply known as “Plan 442.”
This week’s On Demand episode highlights the hosts’ most anticipated film releases of 2017. Predictably, Drew favors comic books and Zac Efron’s abs, while Badway leans toward apes and aliens (space movies?!). Additionally, Drew tries his luck in an Oscars themed edition of Plot Fiction.