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The Legend Ends. In this edition of The MashCast, Matthew, Mike and I breakdown the epic cinematic event of 2012 and the film we’ve been obsessing over the past four years, The Dark Knight Rises. This podcast was recorded last week on July 22nd, but some technical difficulties prevented it from being posted right away. The audio has been cleaned up and is ready for your listening enjoyment. This is the longest MashCast we’ve ever recorded, clocking in at over 90 minutes, but it’ll be well worth your time. We break down Christopher Nolan’s grand Batman finale in unparalled detail, including some speculation on possible alternative interpretations of the ending.
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And we’re baaaaaaaack! In this week’s edition of The MashCast, Matthew, Josh and I discuss the big week in superhero blockbuster geekism, that being the release of The Avengers over the weekend, our thoughts of the film and it’s massive box-office success. We also take a deep dive on the new (amazing) final theatrical trailer for The Dark Knight Rises, and discuss whether it has a shot at challenge Hulk and Thor at the box-office this July.
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In this week’s episode of The MashCast, Matthew, newcomer Josh Winger and I discuss the atrociousness that is Wrath of the Titans, our utter frustration with the lack of marketing from Warner Bros. for The Dark Knight Rises, a psycological breakdown of Michael Bay’s thought process with his Ninja Turtles reboot, and The Hunger Games box-office success.
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In this week’s episode of The MashCast, Matt recaps The Hunger Games press junked he attended last week at the Mall of America, which included a Q&A with cast memebers Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson…as well as 7,000 screaming girls. We also chat some of the movies we saw last week, including: John Carter, Silent House and Friends with kids. Warning, we do go into a SPOILER discussion of Silent House (because there’s just no other way to discuss it). We give you ample warning to tune out when we’re about to discuss it, but you can skip and pick up the podcast at 41:17 and listen to the rest, SPOILER-FREE!
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In this week’s episode of The MashCast, Matthew and I chat last week’s Oscars, Project X, the latest Avengers trailer (including some skepticism on Black Widow and Hawkeyes lack of contribution to the group), Lindsay Lohan’s SNL appearance and some of the flicks we’re seeing this week.
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Aaaaand, wer’re back. We’ve taken a couple weeks off, but are now back in full force with the latest edition of The Movie Mash podcast, The MashCast. In this week’s episode, Matt, Mike and I chat about some of the films we’ve seen over the last copule weeks, including: Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, The Vow, This Means War and The Woman in Black. We also forecast our predicitons for the major categories of next week’s Academy Awards, specifically, who we think should win, and who we think will win for Best Actor, Best Actress and Best Picture.
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In this weeks’ edition of The MashCast, Matthew, Mike and I discuss some of the films that we saw last week, including: Flowers of War, Haywire, Man on a Ledge and Red Tails. We also discuss a HUGE Dark Knight Rises spoiler per an interview with a member of the cast, where she let a bomb drop about the identity of her character. Last on the docket, the new trailer for the Keanu Reeves documentary Side by Side, which tackles the ongoing debate about the technological revolution/transition of film-to-digital filmmaking.
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In this week’s edition of The Movie Mash podcast, The MashCast, Matthew, Mike and I discuss the 69th Annual Golden Globes, hosted by Ricky Gervais. We break down most of the major film and television categories and chat about who we thought should have won, who should have been nominated, wins we’re excited about, Ricky’s shenanigans and what (if any) impact this awards show has on the impending Oscar season. We also discuss some movies that we’ll be seeing this week and what upcoming flicks you should be on the lookout for. Click the play button below to listen. And be sure to leave your comments after the break. Or join the conversation on Twitter: #MashCast.
Well Movie Mashers, it’s a new year so it’s time for new and exciting things on The Movie Mash. We’ve talked about it for quite some time, but we’re finally rolling out a podcast that we’ve dubbed The MashCast. It’s going to be a weekly podcast featuring Mike Eisenberg, Matthew Deery and myself where we discuss everything that’s going on in movies. In this inaugural episode, we discuss the year that was 2011 and the movies that made us laugh and cry. We also take a look at the year to come, and some of the films that we are looking forward to most.
We will be recording The MashCast every Sunday night and it will be posted on the site the following day, every Monday. So mark your calendars. Click play to listen to our shenanigans below. The MashCast will also be available for subscription and download on iTunes very soon. So stay tuned.
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Hey there Movie Mashers and welcome to the first Movie Mash Podcast! Today Matt and I run down all the important categories and nominations for Sunday’s Academy awards. We’ll give you our picks on who will win, but more importantly, who SHOULD win. All the big statues are up for grabs: Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, Best Score, etc. Click play below to hear Matt and I break it all down for you. If you are interested in jumping to our thoughts on a certain nomination (i.e. Best Score, Best Actress), hit the jump to see a timeline of the podcast.