Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Episode 452: The Vampire Tournament

The Deucecast Movie Show is a show that bites... or sucks? Either way, Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl are looking for another entry into the Big Bracket of Movie Roles -- and they need a vampire. 

So during the episode, the guys -- and a very special guest -- go match by match, discussing winners and losers in each round of Hollywood Vampires, including at least 9 performances of Dracula.


Lee's Dracula vs Marshal's Blackula
Oldman's Dracula vs Langella's Dracula

Hamilton's Dracula vs Lazlo
The Countess vs Peter Loew

Pandamonium vs Louis
LeStat vs Jerry

Regher's Dracula vs David
Michael vs Amilyn

Legosi's Dracula vs Cheney Jr's Dracula
Schreck's Nosferatu vs Kinski's Nosferatu

Maximillian vs Neilsen's Dracula
Sandler's Dracula vs Count von Count

R Patz vs Blade
Selene vs Rose the Hat

Near Dark vs Let the Right One In
Byzantium vs A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night

Wednesday, October 14, 2020

Episode 451: The Way Way ReFlicktions

It's another month and another pile of movies seen by The Deucecast Movie Show crew. Dave, Mikey, and #TwitterlessButNotDiscordlessDrEarl go movie by movie on all the flicks they've seen in the last several weeks, including a handful by #TwitterlessDrEarl and two handfuls by Dave, and about seven wheelbarrow loads by Mikey.

First up, birthday movies, finding out how old Saw II or Spectre or The Magnificent Seven actually is. Then straight to the movies, plus the Top Five of the Year thus far, and more info on how to help Friend of the Show Jeremy Burgess.

Movies discussed, and where streaming at time of recording:

  • I’m thinking of ending things (Netflix)
  • Wild Rose (Hulu)
  • Quentin 8: The First 8 (Starz / Prime)
  • The Young Doctors (not streaming)
  • Hidden Figures (Disney+)
  • The Secret Society of Second Born Royals (Disney+)
  • An American Murder: The Family Next Door (Netflix)
  • Motherless Brooklyn (HBO Max)
  • The Devil All the Time (Netflix)
  • Enola Holmes (Netflix)
  • The Only Boy Living in New York (Prime)
  • The Ascent (Watch TCM; Criterion Channel)
  • Primal (Prime)
  • Unhinged (in theaters)
  • Hubie Halloween (Netflix)
  • First One In (Prime)
  • The Addams Family (Prime; Hulu)
  • Console Wars (Doc) (CBS All Access)
  • The Beastie Boys Story (Apple TV)
  • Linda Ronstadt: Sound of My Voice (doc) (HBO Max)
  • Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson & The Band (Hulu)
  • Force Majeure (Prime)
  • Downhill (HBO Max)
  • Greyhound (Apple+ TV)
  • Big Time Adolescence (Hulu)
  • Never Rarely Sometimes Always (HBO Max)
  • Sleight (HBO Max)
  • Trauma Center (Prime)
  • SCOOB! (HBO Max)
  • Newsies (Disney+)
  • Paterson (Prime)
  • The Way Back (HBO)

Wednesday, October 7, 2020

Episode 450: Breakthroughs and Breakouts

The Deucecast guys round the corner and are less than a year's worth of episodes to the big 500... coming next September!  But until then, Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl have to give the world the four hundred and fiftieth episode!

Joining the show at the top is Miss Independent himself, Jeremy Burgess, to give the update first on "Jasper Mall", the 2020 documentary that is the favorite to win Best Doc at the 2021 Deucie Awards... then an update on fundraising for the new movie "Don't Die".

Then a new game, "You Never Forget Your First" with a look at the first roles of many of the biggest stars in Hollywood, plus Eric Roberts.

Then, the Top Five Best Breakthroughs in Film, including Earl's pretention... Burgess picking some new blood... an old flame for Mikey... a controversial pick from d$... and a riff on how popular "American Flyers" actually was. No, we know, you have never heard of it either.  

And finally, the movie selection for the annual MikeTober Horror Movie Revue! 

Wednesday, September 30, 2020

DCMS Classic: Christmas Movie Guilty Pleasures

While Mikey is saving the world, Dave is saving the magic, and #TwitterlessDrEarl is saving a life like a Fray song, the gang decided it would be easier to repost a classic episode this week. This time, it hails from December 2016, episode 255, with Friend of the Show Jennifer Kaufman on board.

Here are the main show notes from that episode:

The guys welcome in Friend of the Show and Disney Media Mogul Jennifer Kaufman to talk all about their favorite guilty pleasures full of cheer!

First up, birthday movies!  2001 was a huge year, apparently, and "The Good, the Bad & the Ugly" is how old??

Then a little Box Office Mojo, figuring out what the top domestic box office movies are for the year 2016.

And then, the Christmas movies that aren't good... but are beloved.  Movies with Santa and Katie Heigl and The Ref and Vince Vaughn and Rankin & Bass and the difference in Arthur and Arthur and more bad Nic Cage and reindeer and Reindeer Games...

And... Care Bears.  So much Care Bears talk...

Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Episode 449: Viva la Deucecast

An episode of the Deucecast Movie Show with a twinge of queso and salsa, Mike, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl all take a look at some great films from South of the Border.

First up, a quick round of Rotten Tomatoes Potpourri, calling out the critics scores of classics like A Fistful of Dollars, and Weird Science and so on.

Then, the guys pick their fave films starring those in the Mexican community... a Hispanic cast... a plot revolving around Mexican scenery... anything that relates to our neighbors to the South! 

Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Episode 448: Islands in the Streaming VII

While #TwitterlessDrEarl is living out a real life Fray song by saving lots of lives, Mikey and Dave take the show on their own in a special "prerecorded a week or two ago to drop in when needed like now when Dave just got back from Cancun" version of the show.

This week is Islands in the Streaming, the 7th iteration of such, as the guys give you their takes on the best movies streaming in various categories from Animation to Kids & Family to Sci Fi to Drama and more, and all are available on your streaming services. 

Movies include

  • Athlete A (Netflix)
  • The Break Up (Peacock)
  • Charlotte's Web (1974) (HBO Max)
  • Crawl (Prime)
  • Daylight (HBO)
  • Demolition Man (Hulu)
  • Frankenweenie (Disney+)
  • Howard (Disney+)
  • Greyhound (Apple TV)
  • Instant Family (Prime; Hulu)
  • The Kid Who Would Be King (HBO Max)
  • Lake Placid (Prime)
  • Magnus Dopus: The Making of Jay & Silent Bob Reboot (Prime)
  • Morning Glory (CBS All Access)
  • The Neverending Story (Netflix)
  • Peanut Butter Falcon (Prime; Hulu)
  • The Pixar Story (Disney+)
  • Prometheus (HBO)
  • Ready or Not (HBO)

Wednesday, September 9, 2020

Episode 447: DaveSplosion ReFlicktions

It's the Annual Event of the Summer, the bomb dot com as it were, where Dave watches the five films assigned to him by the rest of the Deucecast crew and Friends of the Show.

First up, Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessButNotDiscordlessDrEarl catch up on reviewing all the films seen in recent weeks, then Dave reviews The Black Hole (Scotty Ryfun's pick)... Attack the Block (Spawn of Ryfun's pick)... El Gringo (from Mikey)... 1941 (Dr Earl)... and Ronin (From Burgey)

Wednesday, September 2, 2020

Episode 446: Tomato Disparities and Honoring Chadwick Boseman

 As 2020 rolls on, the hits keep on coming, and The Deucecast Crew -- Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessButNotDiscordlessDr Earl just roll with them.

First, a quick look at "New Mutants" and the reopening of theaters.  Then, the guys address the gut punch that happened over the weekend... the death of Chadwick Boseman.

Discovering the news from a tweet, the guys talk about the untimely passing of Boseman, and his great movie roles and legacy. 

Finally, it what seems like something not nearly important, yet entertaining, the guys give their top five movies with the largest gap between critics score and audience score on Rotten Tomatoes... familiar topics like Kevin Smith movies to less critically acclaimed, yet audience fave films from Alex Kendrick.  #TwitterlessButNotDiscordlessDrEarl even expresses his admiration for David Spade, while Dave loves The Rock wielding a 2x4, and Mikey quotes Chaucer...

Stick around for one final Chadwick Boseman nod.

Show are provided by @Artisterman -- find him on Twitter!

Wednesday, August 26, 2020

Episode 445: The Bill Murray Big Bracket

Another Movie Role Tourney is here!  Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessButNotDiscordlessDrEarl have sent at least 14 movie roles to the Big Bracket (coming soon... maybe 2023?)  Characters like Indiana Jones and Uncle Buck and Iron Man and more... but now its time to add one from a comedy legend.


First up, the guys play a new (to them) game of Doug Benson's IMDb (because he is D.B.), and then they take on the best roles of the legendary Bill Murray. From Ghosbusters to Groundhog Day to Mad Dog & Glory to all the Wes Anderson films.

Match up by match up, one by one, until there is a single Best Bill Murray Role of All Time, headed to the Big Bracket. 

Plus... the real time struggle of putting together a show at the last minute as Dave doubles back and somehow makes the tournament work...

And here is how the bracket shakes out. Sort of. Just go with it. 


Winner of Jack/Richard match takes on Peter Venkman (Ghostbusters series)
Jack Cocoran (Larger than Life)
Richard (The Monuments Men)

Vincent (St Vincent)
Bowdon (Wild Things)

Tripper (Meatballs)
John (Stripes)

Winner of Grimm/Milo match takes on Phil (Groundhog Day)
Grimm (Quick Change)
Milo (Mad Dog & Glory)

Garfield (Garfield)
Baloo (Jungle Book)

Badger (Fantastic Mr Fox)
Boss (Isle of Dogs)

Winner of Steve/Raleigh match takes on Bob Harris (Lost in Translation)
Steve Zassou (The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou)
Raleigh (The Royal Tenenbaums)

The Businessman (Darjeeling Limited)
Mr Bishop (Moonrise Kingdom)

Herman Blume (Rushmore)
M Ivan (The Grand Budapest Hotel)

Winner of Ernie/Bosley match takes on Carl Spackler (Caddyshack)
Ernie (Kingpin)
Bosley (Charlie's Angels)

Bunny Breckridge (Ed Wood)
Bob Wiley (What About Bob?)

Play in Match (winner takes on Frank Cross from Scrooged)
Bill Murray (SpaceJam)
Bill Murray (Zombieland)






Wednesday, August 19, 2020

Episode 444: The Best of the Worst 1980s

After the Deucecast Crew -- Mikey, Dave, & #TwitterlessButNotDiscordlessDrEarl -- did the Best of the Worst of the 1970s, as well as the 90s, 00s, and 10s in previous episodes, it was time to wrap up the series with the one decade untouched... The 1980s.

Such a show can only be done with the right kind of guest, someone who can speak to the most enjoyable crap the 1980s has to offer -- none other than the RetroZap Podfather RetroJoe Tavano, calling in from his Massachusetts Mobile Studio.

First up, the first edition of Rotten or Notten, picking which film is on the good side of 60% and which one is below it. Then, the guys give their list of good bad movies, including some gross trading cards... Corey & Corey... the glaive... Yeardley Smith, Casey Siemaszko, and Terry O'Quinn... Bad Tom Cruise... Jon Bon Jovi's Blaze of Glory... Fair is Fair... and so much more.

Films discussed, and where streaming at time of recording

  • Beastmaster (Amazon Prime)
  • Can't Buy me Love (HBO Max)
  • Cocktail (for rental)
  • Condorman (only in Mikey's imagination)
  • The Garbage Pail Kids Movie (only in RetroJoe's Memory)
  • Halloween III: Season of the Witch (Cinemax)
  • Hero at Large (for rental)
  • Howard the Duck (Peacock)
  • Krull (for rental)
  • License to Drive (for rental)
  • The Legend of Billie Jean (for rental)
  • Masters of the Universe (Starz)
  • Maximum Overdrive (for rental)
  • Oh God, You Devil (VUDU)
  • Rawhead Rex (for rental)
  • Silver Bullet (for rental)
  • Stroker Ace (Starz)
  • A View to Kill (for rental)
  • Watchers (unavailable)
  • Young Guns (Starz)
  • Young Guns II (Starz)

Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Episode 443: The August ReFlicktions Extravaganza

 It's been a summer of movies... and perhaps not much else, which means Dave, Mikey, and #TwitterlessDrEarl have a massive amount to talk about in this month's ReFlicktions.  Over 40 films are talked about here, with discussions ranging from the careers of Daveed Diggs and Lin-Manuel Miranda to HBO not streaming properly to two of the worst films Mikey has seen in a long time, to Dave finishing his Elizabeth Olsen quest to why Viola Davis didn't like "The Help"

Here are the movies discussed, and where they are streaming:

Journey to the Center of the Earth (HBO Max)… Hamilton (Disney Plus)… The Last Black Man in San Francisco (Prime)… Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day (Hulu)… The First American (Prime)… Blindspotting (HBO Max)… Necessary Evil: Super Villains of DC Comics (HBO Max)… War for a New Nation (Prime)… The Jesus Rolls (for rental)… Palm Springs (Hulu)… The Kings Highway (Prime)… The Old Guard (Netflix)… MacBeth (Prime)… Wyatt Earp (HBO Max)… Vivarium (Hulu)… Wyatt Earp (HBO Max)… Inside Llewyn Davis (Prime)… Harriett (HBO Max)… Destination Wedding (Prime)… Tel Aviv on Fire (Prime)… The Help (Netflix)… Brooklyn’s Finest (Hulu)… Dune (Rewatch) (Hulu)… The Rental (for rental)… The Assistant (Hulu)… The Father of Invention (not streaming)… Guns Akimbo (Prime)… The Vast of Night (Prime)… The Painted Bird (for rental)… Train to Busan (Prime)… Watership Down (HBO Max)… The Black Hole (Disney+) (Rewatch)… Yellow Beard (Prime)… Valley Girls (Prime)… Alchemy (Prime)… More American Graffiti (Hulu; HBO Max)… All Things Must Pass (peacock)… Code 8 (Netflix)… Silent House (Hulu)…   My Spy (Prime)… American Pickle (HBO Max)… The Peanut Butter Falcon (Prime; Hulu)…


Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Episode 442: Best of the Worst 1970s

If you have ever listened to The Deucecast Movie Show, you'll know they celebrate great movies. And they celebrate bad movies too.  And after giving the Best of the Worst of the 2010s (with Lil G Ryfun), and Best of the Worst of the 2000s (With Kaufman & Upon a Star Jenn), and Best of the Worst of the 90s, it's time to go all the way back to the age of Disco and look at the greatest, favoritist flops of the 1970s.

First up, Dave, Mikey, and #TwitterlessDrEarl invite in the legend, the famous, the infamous, award winning Voice of Cobb County, Scotty Ryfun!  They play a spirited round of Denzel, then turn their attention to the Top Five at Hand.

The Best movies of the Worst movies of the 1970s, all movies coming in at 49% or under on the Rotten Tomatoes TomatoMeter... plus some deep discussions on George Lucas' involvement in bad sequels... who really ran USA UP All Night... Every Which Way You Can But Loose... who actually wrote "Convoy"... Dave visiting a historical movie site on a field trip... 

Plus, the movie assignments for this year's DaveSplosion!


1941 (for rental)
Any Which Way You Can (for rental)
Attack of the Killer Tomatoes (Amazon Prime)
Beneath the Planets of the Apes (for rental)
The Black Hole (Disney+)
The Cheap Detective (Amazon Prime)
Convoy (Amazon Prime)
Damien: The Omen II (Starz)
The Deep (Criterion Channel)
Dirty Mary Crazy Larry (fubo)
Every Which Way But Loose (for rental)
The Fisher King (Roku Channel)
Frogs (for rental)
Gator (Vudu Free)
Hercules in New York (Vudu Free)
Jabberwocky (not streaming)
Lolly-Madonna XXX (for rental)
The Man with the Golden Gun (DirecTV)
More American Graffiti (HBO Max)
The Night They Saved Christmas (DirecTV)
The Omen (Starz)
Starcrash (Amazon Prime)
Star Trek: The Motion Picture (Hulu)
The Villain (not streaming)

Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Episode 441: The Sidekick Show

The summertime rolls on and in this world, all we have is our friends... including our sidekicks!  Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl welcome back the Pride of Stone Mountain, Georgia, Lil G, the Podawan Learning, the Spawn of Ryfun, young Garrison.

First up, a few birthday movies, including the year that gave us not only Joe Dirt 2, but also Pixels, then the anniversary of Fantastic Four (not that one, that one), Apollo 13, Red Sonja, and the film that made Bo Svenson a star.

Then a round of Word Up!, giving the word on Marvel movie movement... the concern over tentpole films... seeing Empire Strikes Back's big success... and of course, the real definitive movie of the 90s (hint: probably not Twister).

And then, the best movie comedic Sidekicks!  Disney movies, The Pink Panther, Stanley Spedowski, Noonan!, and much more. And Mikey tries to put forth another ridiculous entry into a Top Five.

Plus, a surprise visit from an old, much thinner, Friend of the Show.

Better Off Dead (unavailable for streaming)
Bolt (Disney+)
Caddyshack (fubo)
Cannonball Run (unavailable for streaming)
Coming to America (fubo)
Ferris Bueller's Day Off (freeform)
The Lord of the Rings (HBO Max)
The Man of La Mancha (AppleTV)
Midnight Run (Cinemax)
Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol (Amazon Prime)
National Treasure (Disney+)
Pink Panther (Hoopla)
SeaQuest DSV (peacock)
Shrek (peacock)
Singing in the Rain (HBO Max)
Sunset Boulevard (Amazon Prime)
UHF (AppleTV)
Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby (freeform)
Wayne's World (Starz)
Young Frankenstein (Starz)

Wednesday, July 22, 2020

Episode 440: Patriotic Roles 2: The Patrioettes

Because America rules, it's another episode of The Deucecast Movie Show!  Last week, Dave, Mikey, and #TwitterlessDrEarl, with special guest Lil G Ryfun, the pride of South TyTy Georgia, gave their lists of the most patriotic roles in movies... and a funny thing happened -- they all seemed to be dudes.

So what better way to reconcile this blunder than to do an all female list of patriotic roles, which, like last week, is really just a list of awesome American characters in films that all the guys decided to dub "patriotic", but #Merica anyway.

First up, though, a rousing game of Ryan Phillippe, with everyone from Sigourney Weaver to one Christopher Pratt being called out.

Then, the list, which includes Mikey's total misunderstanding (and defense of Padme)... #TwitterlessDrEarl goes old school again... who won what award in Hidden Figures and The Help... Lil G Ryfun squeezes in a Nolan... Emily Blunt gets double action... an Amy Adams discussion and it's not from d$... and much more.

Where the movies discussed on this episode are streaming at the time of this recording:

  • The American President (Hulu)
  • Broadcast News (DirecTV)
  • Edge of Tomorrow (Live.Die.Repeat) (USA Network)
  • Erin Brockovich (fubo; DirecTV)
  • The Girl in White (1952) (fubo)
  • The Fast & Furious (fubo; Pluto TV)
  • Foxy Brown (The Criterion Channel)
  • Harriet (HBO Max)
  • Hidden Figures (FX Now)
  • Indiana Jones & the Kingdom of This Movie Sucks (Netflix)
  • Interstellar (FX Now)
  • League of Their Own (rental)
  • Lethal Weapon 3 (fubo)
  • Lethal Weapon 4 (fubo)
  • Live.Die.Repeat (Edge of Tomorrow) (USA Network)
  • Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian (Starz)
  • Raiders of the Lost Ark (Netflix)  
  • Sicario (FX Now)
  • Silence of the Lambs (Amazon Prime)
  • Something the Lord Made (HBO Max)
  • Terminator 2: Judgement Day (fubo; Showtime)
  • Working Girl (DirecTV)
  • Zero Dark Thirty (IMDb TV)


Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Episode 439: Patriotic Roles

This year's July 4th has come and gone, but the guys at the Deucecast want to still celebrate America in the movies and the best way to do that is to give their list of the best patriotic characters in film.
Dave, Mikey, and #TwitterlessDrEarl bring in Little G, coming in from New Brunscross, GA, to give the top five patriotic roles in movies.

Up first, a Rated R version of Box Office Mojo, then followed by the Top Five... including discussions on Young Indiana Jones... Jay Underwood... #TwitterlessDrEarl gets serious about justice... Mikey lauds the Jewel, the Stone, the Nile, and the Romance... Little G harkens the first mention of soccer legend Pele on the show... lots of Patriot titles... Dave picks the wrong Kirk... and much more.

Here are movies mentioned in this episode, and where they are streaming at time of recording:

  • Air Force One (Netflix)
  • Allan Quartermain & the Lost City of Gold (Vudu Free; Pluto TV)
  • Argo (fubo)
  • Cinderella Man (Starz)
  • Clear & Present Danger (fubo)
  • Clerks (Hoopla; Max Go)
  • Glory (fubo; Roku; Pluto TV; DirecTV)
  • Hunt for Red October (fubo; DirecTV; Sling)
  • Indiana Jones & the Last Crusade (Netflix)
  • Indiana Jones & the Temple of Doom (Netflix)
  • Jewel of the Nile (DirecTV)
  • Just Mercy (Hoopla)
  • King Solomon's Mine (Vudu Free; TubiTV)
  • Miracle (Disney+)
  • Mission Impossible (FX Now)
  • Mission Impossible: Fallout (Amazon Prime; Hulu)
  • Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (The Criterion Collection)
  • The Patriot (Hulu)
  • Patriot Game (Amazon Prime)
  • Patriot's Day (Netflix; WWE Network)
  • Raiders of the Lost Ark (Netflix)
  • Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins (TubiTV)
  • Romancing the Stone (DirecTV)
  • Star Trek (2009) (HBO Max)
  • To Kill a Mockingbird (Amazon Prime)
  • Top Secret (Showtime)
  • Twelve Angry Men (both 1957 & 1997 versions are for rental)
  • Victory (DirecTV)
  • Young Indiana Jones Chronicles (not streaming)
  • xXx (Fubo)

Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Episode 438: The ReFlicktions Force

Another few weeks have gone by in summer months, and another pile of movies to get through. And the crew to do it are the Deucecast Movie Show hosts, Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl.
Amongst the many topics of discussion include the legacy of Delroy Lindo... the repetitive Delta Force theme... young Scott Baio movies... Burgess recommendations... #TwitterlessDrEarl experiences The Dude... Nick Swardson's affect on a movie... Mikey hates Pete Davidson... #TwitterlessDrEarl experiences a mid-sommar break... bad Disney movies... Dave loves him some Kevin James... and of course, much more. Plus the Top Five of the year so far!

The movies discussed and reviewed, in order (and streaming service where you can see them, at least at the time of recording)

The Vast of Night (Prime)... Maze Runner: The Death Cure (FX Now)... Artemis Fowl (Disney+)... Just Mercy (Hoopla)... Zapped! (Prime)... Delta Force (streaming)... The Hate U Give (HBO Max)... Knife in the Water (HBO)... United We Fan (Prime)... Skyline (Prime)... Long Gone Summer (ESPN+)... Da 5 Bloods (Netflix)... The Big Lebowski (Fubo; DirecTV)... Metro (HBO Max)... Back in the Day (Prime)... Footloose (2012; Prime)... Everything Beautiful is Far Away (Prime)... 7500 (Prime)... Crawl (Prime; Hulu)... The King of Staten Island (DirecTV; streaming)... Midsommar (Prime)... Memory: Origins of Alien (Crackle)... Athlete A (Netflix)... Jasper Mall (streaming)... Atlantis: The Lost Empire (Disney+)... Maleficent: Mistress of Evil (Disney+)... Carrie Pilby (Netflix)... Becky (Streaming)... Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga (Netflix)... The Hunt (Streaming)... The Assistant (Streaming)

Wednesday, July 1, 2020

Episode 437: The Top 10 of the 2010s

It's another episode of The Deucecast Movie Show, this time, a very special episode. But unlike the "very special episodes" of the 80s where kids are put into uncomfortable situations, Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl pay off a promise from earlier in the year.

Back in February, episodes 418 and 419, Burgess joined the team to do two "Decade By Genre" shows, giving the top three of multiple categories, with intentions of doing a full Top Ten of the 2010s. Then, as you may have guessed, the world went crazy then shut down, and as the guys went to the four corners of the wind to do the show, the topic got shelved.

Finally, however, The Top 10 of the 2010s is here!

First up, the return of Birthday Movies, with everything from Minions to Crimson Tide to Animalypics to Psycho all celebrating release anniversaries, then a quick round of the Rotten Tomatoes Game, dedicated to the recently passed and prolific director Joel Schumacher.

And then, the list that took ten years to make -- any movie released at 12:01am on Jan 1, 2010 to 11:59pm on Dec 31, 2019 -- and the lists are all over the place -- comic book movies, action movies, missionary dramas, Nolan, Scorcese, Garland, Fincher, and much more. Great conversation about films that are talked about and beloved from the last ten years.

Here's where to find movies discussed, at current time of recording:
  • American Hustle (FX Now)
  • Avengers Infinity War (Disney+)
  • Batman Forever (HBO Max)
  • Birdman (rental)
  • Blade Runner 2049 (rental)
  • Captain America Civil War (Disney+)
  • Dunkirk (rental)
  • Ex Machina (Netflix)
  • The Guest (Netflix)
  • A Hidden Life (rental)
  • Hell or High Water (Netflix)
  • Inception (Netflix)
  • Lady Bird (Netflix)
  • Liberal Arts (SlingTV)
  • Logan (FX Now; DirecTV)
  • Mad Max Fury Road (Fubo; Syfy)
  • The Master (Netflix)
  • Moneyball (Starz)
  • Moonrise Kingdom (DirecTV)
  • Parasite (Hulu)
  • Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (Disney+)
  • Silence (Popcorn Flix)
  • Silver Linings Playbook
  • Sing Street (rental)
  • The Social Network (Netflix)
  • Spotlight (IMDb TV)
  • The Tree of Life (HBO Max)
  • Uncut Gems (Netflix)
  • Wind River (rental)

Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Episode 436: Down Under the Radar

Flying Under the Radar is a delicate balance of being unknown but also being awesome. The Deucecast Movie Show is just like that too, so there is experience here.

And to celebrate being Under the Radar, Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl bring in their fellow movie phile, the movie watcha from down unda', Aussie Nate, for a great discussion about the corn stereotype in Iowa... the fires in Australia... and life for Friend of the Show Aussie Nate.

Then a rousing game of Denzel, aka, Playa to Playa, Pimp to Pimp, and finally, the topic of the day -- movies that fell under the radar... good films that no one talks about anymore or many people may have forgotten about completely.

Great hidden gems that were huge at the time and tossed asunder now -- Bolt! Money Talks! Jackie Brown! -- or maybe were never big at all before being asunder tossed -- Mean Machine? Thunder Road?


Where to find the movies discussed:

  • All The Real Girls (streaming)
  • Bolt (Disney+)
  • Clay Pigeons (STARZ)                               
  • Coherence (Amazon Prime)
  • Dead Calm (streaming)
  • A Ghost Story (Netflix)
  • The Gingerbread Man (STARZ)
  • A Hidden Live (Amazon Prime)
  • Jackie Brown (STARZ)
  • Keanu (Sling TV)
  • Love and Friendship (Amazon Prime)
  • Mean Machine (streaming)
  • Money Talks (Amazon Prime)
  • Mystery Men (STARZ)
  • The Nice Guys (HBO
  • Office Uprising (Crackle)
  • Queen & Slim (streaming)
  • Rachel Getting Marred (streaming)
  • Something's Wrong with Aunt Diane (HBO Max)
  • Sunset (streaming)
  • Thunder Road (Amazon Prime)
  • Very Bad Things (STARZ)
  • Wedding Daze (HBO Max)






Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Episode 435: Can't Stop Watching




The Deucecast Movie Show loves its classic films and masterpiece films and favorite films... but there are also those particular movies that no matter how good or bad they are, the channel isn't getting turned at all once its on.  And Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl have just such a Top Five.

Mac's collectible Studio
First up, the co-host of the Sandcrawler Podcast, Michael "Shine Sweet Freedom" "Keep Forgettin" "Takin' It to the Streets" MacDonald, aka Mac, joins the show for a great discussion about Star Wars Collectibles -- how to price, how to seek, the "white whale" of the collectors arena -- and then presenting his latest find (it's a dandy).  Mac is making his first appearance in two years, having joined the show in Ep 333, "Canadian Bacon"

Then a new game where the words in the titles add up (and where Dave fails miserably), then a top five on movies that we just can't stop watching when they are on.  When you flip channels, see the movie, and you go there... and no matter where you are at what point in the movie, you keep it there to watch part if not the rest of the film. Some blockbusters, some personal faves, some old classics, and some modern day hits.

Movies Discussed (and where to find them at current record time)

  • Alien (HBO Max)
  • Best in Show (rental)
  • The Big Lebowski (Starz)
  • The Bodyguard (Amazon Prime)
  • Bright Lights, Big City (HBO Max)
  • Caddyshack (Fubo; Sling)
  • Cannonball Run (not streaming)
  • Diehard 2: Die Harder (HBO Max)
  • A Few Good Men (Fubo; DirecTV)
  • Glory (rental)
  • Grown-Ups (Amazon Prime; Hulu)
  • The Highlander (Amazon Prime)
  • Jaws (HBO Max)
  • Lawrence of Arabia (Watch TCM)
  • The Magnificent Seven (2016) (DirecTV; USA)
  • Mallrats (rental)
  • Marvel's The Avengers (Amazon Prime; Disney+)
  • Men with Brooms (Amazon Prime; Hulu)
  • Ocean's Eleven (rental)
  • The Secret of My Success (HBO Max)
  • Tombstone (rental)

Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Episode 434: ReFlicktions The Ultimate Edition

Sometimes you just need the smooth, cool sounds of Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl to take you away from the madness for 90 minutes with some ReFlicktions The Ultimate Edition, and that is what they are here for!

Especially when talking about new movies. Mikey talks about his 39 movies seen... #TwitterlessDrEarl finally sees a modern classic from Nolan... Dave catches some old flicks... the madness of two men in a lighthouse... a rated X film... the ultimate edition of a bad movie (can it be better?)... #TwitterlessDrEarl meets The Rock... Mikey dives into Studio Ghibli... and another Malick snoozefest...

The movies discussed in this episode and where they are streaming at recording time:


  • Alien 3 (HBO Max)
  • Bad Education (HBO Max) 
  • Batman v Superman Dawn of Justice Ultimate Edition (theatrical version: HBO Max... Ultimate Edition: Movies Anywhere)
  • Black & Blue (Starz) 
  • Black Sunday (Prime)
  • Blow the Man Down (Prime)
  • Come to Daddy (Prime)
  • The Disappearance at Clifton Hill (Hulu) 
  • Extraction (Netflix)
  • Fast Color (Prime / Hulu)
  • The Girl in White (AMC)
  • Hula Gods (nope) 
  • In Search of the Last Action Hero (Prime) 
  • The Lighthouse (Prime)
  • Lost Soul: The Doomed Journey of Richard Stanley's Island of Dr. Moreau (Prime) 
  • The Lovebirds (Netflix)
  • Lucy in the Sky (HBO Max)
  • Midnight Cowboy (Hoopla)
  • Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind (HBO Max)  
  • Never Surrender: A Galaxy Quest Documentary (Prime)
  • Nighthawks (Prime)
  • Pathology (Prime / Hulu)
  • Polytechnique (Prime)
  • The Power of Glove (Prime)
  • Rocketman (Prime / Hulu)
  • The Rundown (Cinemax)
  • Song to Song (Prime)
  • To Catch a Thief (Prime)
  • The Vast of Night (Prime)