This week on an “anything goes” On Demand version of The Last Row Podcast, Drew and Badway ponder the pros and cons of a movie theater that will make you pay extra to punch you in the butt while you watch, preview the release of “Hardcore Henry” (whose title sounds like a porno director), and read a listener email involving Nicolas Cage and Steven Seagal. Within these topics, other points of interest include: movie theaters in furniture stores, why assigned seating in theaters is a terrible idea, the possible revival of the XXX theater, gimmick filmmaking, Steven Seagal’s uniqueness, and a phonetics lesson on the name Shawn/Shaun/Sean.
Drew and Badway reboot another episode of The Last Row: On Demand with a quick discussion on the new Ghostbusters trailer, which leads into the unveiling of their proposed Rules for Rebooting Movie Franchises. This set of four rules will finally bring an end to lazy, unwanted, and unnecessary franchise reboots. The guys also discuss sequels vs. reboots, pitch a ridiculous Home Alone re-imagining, and chat about the art of method acting, ending with a “True or False” game of insane Daniel Day-Lewis stories.