Just like Batman is Forever, Drew and Badway apparently are Forever, as the The Last Row Podcast returns from a long hiatus to tackle the Caped Crusader in all of Gotham’s neon 90’s glory. Topics include: Being “done” with Bruce’s dead parents, Val Kilmer’s performance and legacy as Batman/Bruce Wayne, a spirited Alfred Pennyworth comparison, Dr. Chase Meridian’s steamy one-track mind, how Two-Face and The Riddler rank on the all new Villain Scale, and many more odds and ends, including the effectiveness of Scuba Thugs. Thanks for listening, it’s great to be back!
We’ll see you again on Thursday, January 28, when we tackle the Arnold Schwarzenegger classic, True Lies.
The Last Row Podcast use Episode 70 to whip your butt into shape by breaking down another 90s kids classic: Heavyweights. Luckily this episode wasn’t cancelled due to Drew and Badway’s lack of hustle. Among many topics surrounding The PerkiSystem and Camp Hope, the guys answer the most important question of all: Was Tony Perkis the real villain of the film or simply just tragically misunderstood?
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?”