Chicken Nuggets And Cooties With Jonathan Milott And Cary Murnion

Chicken Nuggets And Cooties With Jonathan Milott And Cary Murnion

We chat with Jonathan Milott and Cary Murnion about their soon to be released movie Cooties starring Elijah Wood and Rainn Wilson.  They talk to us about the comedic tone and approach they took, making children into monsters, and even dropped a little knowledge about their next project Bushwick.

Cole tells his thoughts on the recently released Wet Hot American Summer: First Day Of Camp.

We talk about Fantastic Four failing miserably at the box office and whether or not we think it was Josh Trank’s fault.

We do a round of There Will Be Recommendations which include I Am Chris Farley, The Armstrong Lie, Your Pretty Face Is Going To Hell, The Immortalists, and Review.

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We Discuss Vacation, Batman, And The Fly

We Discuss Vacation, Batman, And The Fly

On this episode of Filmageddon we center everything around Vacation starring Ed Helms and Christina Applegate.  Is it worth seeing?  Is it a worthy successor it’s National Lampoon successors?

Ryan talks about his experience working with his fiance at the Classic Game Fest in Austin, Texas and how he noticed young children are really latching on to retro video games for some reason.

Cole talks about wrapping up the entire series of Seinfeld on Hulu and his thoughts on being able to binge watch content these days.

Cole talks about all the movies he was able to screen early this past week including Southpaw starring Jake Gyllenhaal.  We talk about Jake’s career in general and what we think of him as an actor.

In honor of Vacation releasing we talk about two other movies / series that got a reboot.

We talk about the 1960’s Batman versus the Tim Burton directed 1989 version.

Lastly we talk about The Fly from 1958 starring Vincent Price and it’s successor from 1986 starring friend of the show Jeff Goldblum.

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The Weirdness With @WeirdnessWeb

The Weirdness With @WeirdnessWeb

We are joined by filmmaker Gina Andreoli to talk about her new project The Weirdness.  The Weirdness is a science fiction drama web television series about a young woman using her psychic abilities to track down her missing sister.  She ultimately uncovers a horrific conspiracy that crosses the boundaries of multidimensional time and space!

We then talk about the new Amy Winehouse documentary as well as two other “rock docs” including Metallica: Some Kind of Monster and Bob and the Monster.

You can find Gina’s website at GinaAndreoli.com

You can follow her on Twitter @WeirdnessWeb

You can check out The Weirdness at TheWeirdness.net

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Arnold Schwarzenegger Movies With @CableBFG

Arnold Schwarzenegger Movies With @CableBFG

BENNIFER IS BREAKING UP!!!  We open the show talking about the recent news that Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner are calling it quits.  Do we care?  Should you care?  If these two can’t make it who can?!?!

Cole and Bill talk about Terminator Genisys and whether it is a worthy successor to the former Terminator movies.

We then talk about six Arnold Schwarzenegger movies which are Maggie, Kindergarten Cop, Jingle All The Way, The Running Man, Eraser, and Sabotage.

You can read Bill’s writings on The Film Stage and be sure to follow him on Twitter @cableBFG!!!

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All This Mayhem With Eddie Martin

All This Mayhem With Eddie Martin

On this episode of Filmageddon we are joined by Eddie Martin to talk about his career as a writer / director and his latest movie All This Mayhem.  All This Mayhem is the true story of Ben and Tas Pappas, two brothers and professional skateboarders from Australia.  Eddie chats with us about what it was like making this film as well as working with Vice and how technology has changed film making over the years.

We talk about our thoughts on Jurassic World.  Does it hold up to the original?  Which parts did we like and which did we hate?

Lastly we do a round of There Will Be Recommendations which include SuperMensch, Donnie Darko, Creep, The Cobbler, and Fallout 3.

You can follow Eddie on Twitter @eddieMartin_

Make sure you follow All This Mayhem on Twitter @allThisMayhem

You can watch All This Mayhem on Netflix or check out the other options on www.AllThisMayhem.com

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Pictures Of Superheroes With @DonSwaynos

Pictures Of Superheroes With @DonSwaynos

On this episode of Filmageddon we open the show with some film news.  We talk about how Pitch Perfect 2 made more money in one weekend than the original made in it’s entire domestic run.  There is also a mystery Twitter account that MIGHT be George Miller giving us some news about the future of the Mad Max franchise!

We do a round of THERE WILL BE RECOMMENDATIONS where we talk about Montage Of Heck, All This Mayhem, Pitch Perfect 2, Bingo, In The Loop, 30 Days, and the latest season of Louie!

We are then joined by Austin Filmmaker and professional editor Don Swaynos where we talk to him about his experiences in the film industry and what it’s like to make movies in Austin, Texas.  Don talks to us about his movie Pictures Of Superheroes and then gives us his picks for some of his favorite movies of this century.

You can check out the website for Pictures Of Superheroes at picturesofsuperheroes.com

Check out Don on Twitter @DonSwaynos

Make sure you WATCH Pictures Of Superheroes on Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, Playstation, Vudu, or Xbox!

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We Chat With Andrew Mogel And Jarrad Paul About The D Train

We Chat With Andrew Mogel And Jarrad Paul About The D Train

On this special bonus episode of Filmageddon Cole had the chance to spend a few minutes talking with Andrew Mogel and Jarrad Paul who both co-wrote and co-directed The D Train!  The D Train stars Jack Black and James Marsden.  Black plays the head of a high school reunion committee who attempts to convince the most popular guy from his graduating class (Marsden) to attend the reunion!  The D Train opens in over 1000 theaters May 8th 2015.

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2015 Summer Blockbusters Part 2 With @CableBFG

2015 Summer Blockbusters Part 2 With @CableBFG

We are joined this episode by Bill Graham!  Bill’s current work can be seen at The Film Stage and he is a member of the Online Film Critics Society.

We open the show talking spoilers for Avengers: Age Of Ultron!  Did the film top the first movie?  Was it a worthy follow up?  Does this have us excited for Phase 3 of the Marvel Cinematic Univserse?

We talk about Josh Trank leaving the Star Wars project and the rumor that it has something to do with his actions on the Fantastic Four set.

We then talk about our most anticipated summer blockbusters coming out in the months of July and August.  Included are Irrational Man, Trainwreck , Southpaw, Straight Outta Compton, Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation, Terminator Genisys, Ant-Man, and more!

You can read Bill’s writings on The Film Stage and be sure to follow him on Twitter @cableBFG!!!

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