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.
After a week-long hiatus, The Last Row Podcast cooks up a new episode and gets back on track with a unique take on Under Siege 2: Dark Territory. Seagal topics include: Louisiana accents, face fatness, ego fatness, and his fake restaurant, Casey’s Dockside Bistro. Non-Seagal topics include: how a rookie would shoot an MP5, the myth that is Dark Territory, high school history teachers as effective evil geniuses, and tips on the correct way to insult a woman before you throw her off of a train. Additionally, the guys have some big recast ideas for the supporting characters and throw all structure to the curb while ranting on the movie’s nonstop absurdity.