Mother. Of. God. Well this is the episode that will dictate who the true fans of the podcast are. There was a dog related delay, multiple stops relating to leaf blowers, and hands down the most out of control discussion topic we've ever covered on the show: Satan's "speed". We also talked about a movie too, End of Day, starring Arnold, tho for this episode that's a secondary topic. Happy New Year and Get to the Podcast!
Get to the Podcast celebrates the holidays in style with the 90s classic HOME ALONE. Operation Dumbo Drop, The Mighty Ducks...Home Alone. We know where our bread is buttered. The question of Kevin McCallister child abuse/neglect, the toll of being a child megastar, and the foul mouth of Joe Pesci the god all make an appearance on this one. Happy holidays everyone, now get to the motha f%$#in podcast!
This week on GTTP we're going back to that wonderful Kevin Costner well with the underrated 2003 western OPEN RANGE. It took 51 episodes, but Sir Cali Dillon finally admits his disdain of the genre is completely illogical and praises the slower elements of this great film...well that or he complains about horses and people buying candy in stores or something. Spoiler alert: we disagreed on this one. Whichever side you hang your hat on, it's time to Get to the god damn Podcast.
My. God. This week GTTP goes into 1995 to try and figure out what the hell Denzel Washington was thinking when he took this role. A movie that features three Academy Award winners has never looked this bad. It's hard to choose between the Swiss cheese plot, the horrible overacting and absurd premises of this movie as to which ruined it most. A rip off of GTTP favorite, Demolition Man, this movie is somehow shameless in stealing and yet unable to do it properly, leaving us with a gem of a disaster. Words probably can't do this movie justice but we will try our best so Get to the Podcast and listen up!
Woah! 50th Episode! What better way to celebrate our podcasting journey than by reviewing Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure? This week we discuss such movie related topics as Eli Manning getting benched, and Jim Carrey. Also we discuss whether Keanu Reeves has been method acting his entire life and whether this movie is really a fake Westworld style universe (According to Ryan and Ryan only). Episode 5-0, thanks for the listens and as always Get To The Podcast!
This week we review a movie about a man who has been dealing with the death of his father, twenty years of depression, alcoholism, inadequacy and overcompensation; a movie about forgiving yourself and moving on with your life, that's right, we're doing The Mighty Ducks! This children's movie features the most evil man in movie history, multiple brain injuries, bounties on children's health, a child pimping out his own mother and the Flying V. Quack Quack and Get To The Podcast!
It's a tale of two movie halves on this week's Get to the Podcast. Up this week is Quentin Tarantino's magnum opus: DEATH PROOF. Jk it's awful...or is it? There's a little bit of disagreement on this one so get to the podcast and see where your allegiance lies!
This week on GTTP method podcasting makes it’s return as Harnish fights through his ripped out throat with use of a cough drop to review Rambo. Listen in as these two discuss Sly’s attempt to use film to end genocide despite seemingly every person he meets disrespecting him along the way. Also a debate about if a hated character is a good character and how a priest is able to hire a team of mercenaries.
Happy Halloween from GTTP! We decided to drop a bonus episode to celebrate one of film's most celebrated holidays by doing a rundown of our favorite horror villains of all time. Is your favorite villain on this list too? Possibly, if not let us know who we're missing, enjoy the extra episode and Get to the Podcast.
Happy Halloween from GTTP! For this years ep we’ve chosen to bring you possibly the greatest movie crossover film of all time: Freddy Vs. Jason. What you see is what you get with this one. There’s everything you could want from a slasher film, bad acting, nudity, gore, more gore, a virgin who survives. Get to the podcast and find out who wins this epic showdown (spoiler alert it's the audience).
This week on GTTP Whitney Houston's movie star charisma cannot be denied. On tap for ep 43: video camera assassination technique, supposed epic fails at the editing level of the movie, and the legacy of the greatest song usage in the history of cinema. Time to get to the podcast!
One year in the books! Happy anniversary to GTTP. 42 eps and one year later we're getting to the one that started it all: Jaws 2. Another week another on set feud that almost brought the production down. Did Jaws 2 inadvertently set up Jaws the Revenge? Why was there a killer whale off the coast of Martha's Vineyard? WHAT WAS THE POINT OF THE SHARK BULLETS?! Happy anniversary now Get to the Podcast mo fo's.
Fuck this podcast. This week Red Planet is the topic of discussion for the dynamic duo. Topics covered include Carrie Anne Moss’s shower habits, Tom Sizemore’s selfishness, and one of the greatest behind the scenes feuds in movie history. Also Ryan fights with every ounce in his body to convince Kevin that Red Planet is not a 1/10 movie but actually is a robust 4/10. Get to the Podcast this week and listen to an episode that is guaranteed to be more entertaining than the movie itself.
This week we have subjected ourselves to reviewing Alone in the Dark. This labor of love involves discussing why a 90 second crawl screen was also read to an audience and whether Christian Slater stayed on set past lunch time while filming. Also we debate whether giving Kevin 20 million dollars and zero formal training could yield a better movie than this Uwe Boll atrocity, so Get To The Podcast but DEFINITELY don’t watch the movie.
This week on GTTP, Kevin and Ryan debate the existence of God and religion's place in modern society; just kidding we make fun of the stupid twist ending of The Book of Eli for about 70 minutes. Is the duo able to explain away every plot hole of the movie? (Spoiler alert: the answer is yes). What was more disappointing: Dreamcatcher or TBOE? Is a stoic Denzel Washington an entertaining Denzel Washington? Find out the answer to these questions and more and Get to the God Damn Podcast already.
This week we're reviewing Aliens, wait, no, sorry I got confused there. We're reviewing Pitch Black, the Keith David/Vin Diesel ripoff of the classic. An overly stylized film where characters have arcs and at one point they try to kill a 14 year old girl for no reason other than to make the two leads fight. Get to the Podcast with us as we attempt to figure out how big the "Space Raptors" are and whether Vin Diesel is super human or just hits the gym a lot.
This week GTTP tackles their first Marvel movie with Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. A Marvel movie in which one of the main characters actually dies. Unfortunately for Marvel to take that unheard of risk they had to hammer home every single aspect of Vol. 1 that made it popular...to death. At least we got some Kurt Russell to talk about. Enjoy this Labor Day edition of the show and Get to the BBQ when it’s done.
This week we discuss Joel Schumacher’s Falling Down. Is Michael Douglas justified, pure evil, or just bat shit crazy? Is it ok to punch a Nazi, and why does literally no one respect poor PRendergast’s (empasis on the R) career and life choices. So if you’ve had it up to here and can’t take it anymore Get to the Podcast and listen to this fresh new ep.
Back at it, GTTP is going to tackle the Elvis-themed heist movie 3000 Miles to Graceland this week. With music from Kid Rock, Hed PE, and Filter, this homage to the King....entirely forgets to include his influence on the movie. We discuss Courtney Cox’s horrible mothering and why action movies write such bad roles for actresses. Also, most importantly, is it even possible to be 3,000 miles from Graceland in the continental United States? Get to the podcast this week to find out.
This week GTTP is trying something different as Kevin and Ryan discuss their top 5 favorite cameos of all time. There's some debate as to what exactly constitutes a cameo and also goes into the power of the cameo itself. It's something new for our audience so Get to the Podcast for these hot list takes.
We're BACK! The GTTP hiatus is over this week as we discuss an all time great western, Tombstone. The cast runs 57 stars deep, Val Kilmer submits an amazing once in a lifetime performance and Kurt Russell leaves his wife in her darkest time of need...what a hero! Get to the Podcast, you're a daisy if you do.
This week we’re diving into the desolate wasteland that is Chicago in 1993. That’s right, Judgment Night, a movie that expects you to believe that there could be traffic on the way to a boxing match. We’ll get into Denis Leary’s pointless rules and whether this is Emilio Estevez’s Michael Caine role that bought his beach house. So put on your Italian runners and Get to the Podcast.
This week GTTP tackles one of the best crime drama films of the last 20 years....that also happens to star Batman, The Dark Knight. Oddly enough the guys don’t discuss the iconic Heath Ledger Joker performance once this week. They do however rightly shine a light on the underrated Gary Oldman beast performance as Commissioner Gordon as well as the outstanding Eric Roberts. This week you won’t get the podcast that you deserve, but the one that you need so Get to the Podcast and try not to be so serious.
This week’s episode we’re discussing the seminal role of Ryan Phillipe’s career: Mr. Parker in The Way of the Gun. Topics include whether a movie needs likable characters to be likable, the career potential of the unknown young buck Jimmy Caan, and how this whole thing just might be one big Game of Thrones prequel. Get to the Podcast today to find the answers to those questions and more.