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Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Episode 351: The Affleck Damon Tourney

The Big Bracket looms in a few years maybe. But until then, Dave, Mikey and #TwitterlessDrEarl have to decide on the best roles featuring two huge actors: Ben Affleck and Matt Damon.

Thusly, the Affleck vs Damon bracket is born.

The guys seek to define the boundaries of the Affleckanaissance and what movies are included... the importance of Armageddon's opening credits... Ben's directing chops... Damon's villain roles... saving Matt Damon from being stranded all over... the poker revolution from Rounders... rethinking the Ocean Movies... Damon as an action hero... #TwitterlessDrEarl saying "He talked me into it"... how Good Will Hunting became the movie we know... Midnight Run inspirations... and the new website photos

And how did Jerry Maguire win? 

Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Episode 350: Halloween 2018

It's a monumental night for the 350th Episode of The Deucecast Movie Show (onward to 400!) as Mikey, Dave & #TwitterlessDrEarl talk up scary stuff in the annual Halloween episode!

And of course, what better way to usher in the spooky than to invite on Friend of the Show Scaremy "Octo"Burgess to discuss favorite movie haunts.

First up, birthday movies... how old is "Gravity"?  Or "Halloween III: Season of the Witch"?  Or even "The Wiz"??

Next, a round of America's favorite movie title game that sometimes premieres on The Deucecast, the one and only "Reel or Unreal", where players have to guess the real movie from a list of mostly fake titles.  Wait, is "Pumpkin Slice Latte" a real movie?  Seriously?

Then, the crew talks about their top five favorite movie haunted locations -- not just houses... but woods... spaceships... motels... cabins... next door neighbors... hospitals... towns, states, large bodies of water!

Finally, the results of MikeTober '18, where Mikey gives his reviews on the assigned Halloween movies like "Magic" and "The Fog" and "Let the Right One In" and whatever crap #TwitterlessDrEarl assigned.

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Episode 349: Hometown Movies

Another episode of The Deucecast Movie Show commences, as Mikey, Dave and #TwitterlessDrEarl welcome in longtime Friend of the Show Not Remodeling Clay Shaver!

First up, a quick pre-ReFlicktion review of new movies "Venom" and "Bad Times at the El Royale", then a compelling round of a Characters Welcome style IMDb with some familiar names and roles. Then we break down some favorite Hometown Movies.

Mikey shares his hatred of the city of Detroit early and often, as Clay seeks to defend his beloved city's honor, and his own heart.

Then, the guys share their favorite "Hometown Movies", with Dave taking on films made in, and set in South Alabama and the Florida Panhandle... Earl with more Alabama movies... Mikey with his homestate of Oregon... and Clay with the mitten known as Michigan.

Along the way, the guys discuss Patrick Dempsey's career... take suggestions for the upcoming "SpirituEarl"... Dave sharing a ribbeting junior high story... thoughts on Beverly Hills Cop and its sequels... the Goonies missing octopus...

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Episode 348: A Star ReFlicktion Is Born

The fall movie season is upon us, as the Oscar contenders slowly begin to roll out. And of course, the one that everyone has seen a trailer for, oh, about 73,833 times, is "A Star is Born" with Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga.

And who better to discuss such a movie than Mikey, Dave and #TwitterlessDrEarl... or better yet, bringing in Friend of the Show, A24 megastar and independent filmmaker, Jeremy Burgess!

First up, though, the ReFlicktions roll out, listing all the movies the guys have seen in the last month or so... including discussions on a new Predator... He-Man history... How Nic Cage came and gave without taking... Kevin Hart double features... the brilliance of Robin Williams... horse malarkey... Jack Black in a not-Goosebumps Goosebumps... Mikey's new Hitchcock obsession... Dave's Judy Greer disappointment... Earl's one movie...

Then, the movies selected in this year's MikeTober, assigned to Mikey to watch for the Halloween episode (dropping October 24th), featuring submissions by Dave & Earl, Burgess and Friend of the Show No Just Clay...

And finally, Burgess and Dave give their opinions on "dAve Star is Burge", where they recap the 1937, the 1954, the 1976 and 2018 versions of A Star is Born (with #Twitterless Dr Earl tossing in a thought here and there too!)

Movies reviewed/discussed:
The Predator... The Power of Greyskull (doc)... White Boy Rick... Now More Than Ever: Chicago... Mandy... Night School... Ride Along 2... Hot Summer Nights... Revenge (2017)... A Simple Favor... Hold the Dark... Minding the Gap... Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind (doc)... Fitzcarraldo... Lean on Pete... The House with a Clock in the Walls... Shadow of a Doubt (1953)... Rear Window... Rope... Adventures in Public School... Goodbye Christopher Robin... Lost in Translation... Taking of Pelham One-Two-Three... The Nun... The Meg... Eighth Grade...  Blindspotting..


Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Episode 347: Movie Medical Maladies

We heard the call!  You need a Deucecast Movie Show Episode, STAT!!!  Link it up to your podcatcher... linking... charging... charging... CLEAR!!! Mikey and Dave welcome back in the #TwitterlessDrEarl, who actually is a licensed practitioner and real life real doctor in real life!  So it is time to discuss Movie Medical Maladies!  It's those medical moments and injuries on the big screen that favorite characters just seem to walk off... bullets!  CPR!  drug induced seizures!

What better way to discuss medical miracles and treatment then bringing in former nurse and current wife o'docter Dude Kaufman... Friend of the Show Jennifer Kaufman.

First up, a segment on particular instances in film, including jamming an adrenaline shot into a heart, or slapping your CPR recipient or even digging out a bullet!

Then, a top five on hospital and medical drama in movies.  Diseases in the air!  A blue Mary Liz Mastrantonio! Lungs freezing on a mountain! Staying awake for long periods of time! Selective amnesia! Losing hope! Knock out spray! Experimental drugs!  Medical ethics and heart transplants! AIDS!!!!

And of course, the opening of UP.