Someone’s Favorite Movie
The New Mutants

The New Mutants

November 21, 2020

The New Mutants is the end of Fox's X-Men universe, but does the movie allow the franchise to go out with a bang or a whimper? Plus, The Lego Star Wars Holiday Special and a Samara Weaving lovefest with The Babysitter, Mayhem, and Ready or Not.

 

Check out this latest episode and let us know some movies we should cover in the future by emailing us at: someonesfavoritemoviepodcast@gmail.com

 

Like what you hear? Check out Randy and Tommy on Miserable Retail Slave - an improv comedy show that has been making folks laugh for 7.5 years.

Check out the Tom Coe's podcast Jake and Tom Conquer the World!

Intro: “Feel the Buzz” by Dan “D-Boy” Amboy

Check out his music: https://soundcloud.com/dan-amboy

Never Too Young to Die

Never Too Young to Die

November 8, 2020

George Lazenby as Bond(3:30)/ what are you watching: Labyrinth at the drive-In (6:00)/ Vivarium and the interesting career of Jesse Eisenberg (8:56)/ Stephen King talk (14:00)/ Never Too Young to Die (17:22)/ Two of the Three great Gene Simmons performances (18:50)/ a gymnastics special agent who does no gymnastics (20:00)/ The Rocky Horror Picture Show meets Rambo (22:45)/ Gene Simmons’ performance (25:50)/ Gene Simmons cabaret and wearing Lynda Carter’s outfit (29:00)/ the John Stamos and Vanity sex scene (36:00)/ The action movie version of Tammy and the T-Rex and memories of Superman IV (41:25)/ John Stamos is all man (45:00)

Election (or the other thing you need to know about Tracy Flick)

Election (or the other thing you need to know about Tracy Flick)

November 2, 2020

There may or may not be an election this week? Have you heard? Either way, this time we cover a movie dealing with the cutthroat world of high school politics, including backstabbing, shady dealings, and vote tampering. That's not topical at all. It's Election, starring Reese Witherspoon and Mathew Broderick. Plus, we talk about Rear Window, Primal, and You Cannot Kill David Arquette.

 

Year 2 (4:34)/ Tom Coe’s Favorite Movie from our archives (7:30)/ Hitchcock’s Rear Window (11:20)/ You Cannot Kill David Arquette (14:15)/ Comic Book Men (22:30)/ Primal (23:16)/ Host (25:40)/ Election (27:55)/ The career of Chris Klein (28:30)/ The downfall of MTV (32:00)/ Election is like Martin  Scorsese? (34:00)/ Election predicted the 2000 election (38:00)/ Tracy Flick (42:45)/ The freeze frames in Election (49:00)/ Election and the parallels to the 1992 presidential election (53:00)/ Mathew Broderick (59:00)

A Sam Peckinpod! We Cover Straw Dogs and Alfred Garcia

A Sam Peckinpod! We Cover Straw Dogs and Alfred Garcia

September 29, 2020

This time we visit the worlds of Sam Peckinpah, as we look at Bloody Sam's Straw Dogs and Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia

 

Dark Side of the Ring and The Good Place (5:15)/ we cast The Office cast in a Cheers reboot (6:00)/ One Cut of the Dead (8:30)/ Better Call Saul vs Breaking Bad (12:49)/ El Camino (13:37)/ Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia in Breaking Bad universe (17:00)/ Sam Peckinpah (21:00)/ is Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia a love story? (27:00)/ the problem with Sam Peckinpah (30:00)/ Straw Dogs - that scene (31:30)/ Straw Dogs was the original Home Alone (48:00)/ bring me the head of Alfredo Garcia (1:00:00)/ Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and Tarantino (1:12:00)/ the new Miserable Retail Slave website (1:15:00)

 

(Episode 20)

80s Fitness Horror (Aerobicide and Death Spa)

80s Fitness Horror (Aerobicide and Death Spa)

May 6, 2020

This week on Someone's Favorite Movie, Dan from Netflix n' Swill joins us to talk about a strange subgenre of slasher movie: fitness horror.

You won't find a better double header of cinematic cheese than the two movies we've paired together this week: Aerobicide (aka Killer Workout) and Death Spa.

Special guest: Dan from the Netflix n’ Swill podcast/ Dan is playing with legos (4:23)/ Things (5:45)/ B-Movie Saturday (6:48)/ Tom Coe accidentally fell into a Rory Culkin marathon (8:58)/ Waco on Netflix (10:43)/ Linnea Quigley’s Horror Workout (11:48)/ This episode is Dan’s fault (14:50)/ Aerobicide (17:00)/ Standard POV shots in slasher movies and the unique choice of weapon in Aerobicide (25:00)/ the Coe family tree (27:13)/ Death Spa (44:05)/ Uninvited (45:30)/ Death Spa trivia (58:48)

 

(episode 19)

 

 

Electric Dreams

Electric Dreams

April 22, 2020

It's a lost episode from last year!

 

Electric Dreams is a 1984 romantic comedy involving a love triangle between a man, his computer, and a girl that lives in his apartment building. Miles (Lenny Von Dohlen) buys a Pinecone brand computer at his local Radio Shack (so ‘80s) to help him design an “earthquake-proof” brick that he’s been envisioning. Miles attempts to download an entire database of information from the company mainframe and, when it starts to overheat, he attempts to use a bottle of champagne to cool it off. This combination causes his computer to come alive. Yes, these are the only two ingredients that you need to cause artificial life. The computer names itself Edgar, starts to talk (voiced by Bud Cort), and starts developing feelings for Madeline (Virginia Madsen), a cellist who has moved into Miles’ building, after hearing her play music. Miles starts to develop feelings for Madeline as well and the love triangle is complete.

 

It’s a movie that predates Spike Jonze’s “Her” (starring Joaquin Phoenix and Scarlett Johansson) by 30 years and earned 5 less Academy Award nominations and one less Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay. But, is it worthy of a watch? Siskel and Ebert both gave the movie 3.5 out of 4 stars. High praise for a movie that not many people even remember. But is it someone’s favorite movie? Find out as Randy and Tommy take an adventure “together in electric dreams.”

(episode 18)

Check out this latest episode and let us know some movies we should cover in the future by emailing us at: someonesfavoritemoviepodcast@gmail.com

 

Like what you hear? Check out Randy and Tommy on Miserable Retail Slave - an improv comedy show that has been making folks laugh for 7.5 years.

Check out the Tom Coe's podcast Jake and Tom Conquer the World!

Intro: “Feel the Buzz” by Dan “D-Boy” Amboy

Check out his music: https://soundcloud.com/dan-amboy

Randy juggles two jobs and is the miserable retail slave of the two. He lives outside beautiful Flint, MI, USA and struggles with being a lazy, yet overworked dreamer and a struggling, but barely trying writer.

 

Tommy is a comedian of some stripe and doesn't have a romantic bone in his dumb body. His Beloved is really lucky (sarcasm implied)

 

Stunt Rock, Night of the Lepus, and Pieces

Stunt Rock, Night of the Lepus, and Pieces

April 12, 2020

This week: Much Stunt and Much Rock is had with the movie Stunt Rock. And, to celebrate the Easter holiday, we talk about Night of the Lepus. Plus, the 80's slasher Pieces! Fun stuff. 

Tom Coe flashes the world/ Wrestlemania 36 thoughts (5:36)/ Tom loves Filmjoy and “Movies with Mikey” (10:05)/ James Bond and pick your Bond (11:55)/ The Return of Swamp Thing (13:34)/ Swamp Thing and Sex Yams (15:00)/ Pieces (17:09)/ Pieces Spoilers (23:11)/ Night of the Lepus (25:46)/ Stunt Rock (42:42)/ Favorite movie stunt (43:42)/ Stunt men as breakables and The Twilight Zone Movie fiasco (53:10)/ We remake Stunt Rock (1:02:38)

Check out this latest episode and let us know some movies we should cover in the future by emailing us at: someonesfavoritemoviepodcast@gmail.com

 

Like what you hear? Check out Randy and Tommy on Miserable Retail Slave - an improv comedy show that has been making folks laugh for 7.5 years.

Check out the Tom Coe's podcast Jake and Tom Conquer the World!

Intro: “Feel the Buzz” by Dan “D-Boy” Amboy

Check out his music: https://soundcloud.com/dan-amboy

Randy juggles two jobs and is the miserable retail slave of the two. He lives outside beautiful Flint, MI, USA and struggles with being a lazy, yet overworked dreamer and a struggling, but barely trying writer.

 

Tom Coe is a man of mystery. His hobbies include general geekery, copious tomfoolery, and taking long walks down country roads with his fly open.

The Leprechaun Franchise.

The Leprechaun Franchise.

April 8, 2020

This week, we cover the entire Leprechaun franchise because we're gluttons for punishment.

Leprechaun (1993) starring Warwick Davis and Jennifer Aniston (2:33)/ Jennifer Aniston and virgins (3:00)/ mini Freddy Krueger (5:22)/ the creation of Leprechaun (6:06)/ Randy’s Favorite Kill in Leprechaun (8:46)/ Jennifer Aniston is embarrasses of Leprechaun (13:30)/ Leprechaun 2 (15:56)/ Randy’s favorite kill of Leprechaun 2 (21:05)/ the three wishes of the Leprechaun (22:50)/ Leprechaun 3 (25:12)/ were-Leprechauns (27:30)/ Leprechaun 4: In Space (31:00)/ Leprechaun in Da Hood (35:12)/ Candyman vs Leprechaun (41:11)/ Leprechaun Back 2 Da Hood (43:00)/ a Pirates of the Caribbean and Leprechaun crossover (46:34)/ Leprechaun Origins and WWE Studios (50:25)/ Leprechaun Returns (56:53)/ Vamprechaun (1:04:00)

 

Episode 16

April Fools Day (1986) and Batman Meets Godzilla

April Fools Day (1986) and Batman Meets Godzilla

April 1, 2020

April Fools Pranks/ Tiger King on Netflix (5:30)/ Mandy (9:00)/ Drag Me To Hell (12:50)/ Amazon Prime (14:38)/ Aerobicide (aka Killer Workout) and a challenge for Dan from Netflix n’ Swill (16:30)/ Batman meets Godzilla (20:23)/ Batman meets the Ninja Turtles and Elmer Fudd (26:00)/ April Fool’s Day (29:10)/ April Fool’s Day as a meta movie before Scream (33:10)

 

(Episode 15)

Check out this latest episode and let us know some movies we should cover in the future by emailing us at: someonesfavoritemoviepodcast@gmail.com

 

Like what you hear? Check out Randy and Tommy on Miserable Retail Slave - an improv comedy show that has been making folks laugh for 7.5 years.

Check out the Tom Coe's podcast Jake and Tom Conquer the World!

Intro: “Feel the Buzz” by Dan “D-Boy” Amboy

Check out his music: https://soundcloud.com/dan-amboy

Randy juggles two jobs and is the miserable retail slave of the two. He lives outside beautiful Flint, MI, USA and struggles with being a lazy, yet overworked dreamer and a struggling, but barely trying writer.

 

Tommy also lives outside Flint, MI with The Beloved and his two step daughters. He's a stand up comedian and a man of questionable common sense. Check out his stand up dates at tomethompson.com

 
 
Dial Code Santa Claus (3615 code Pere Noel)

Dial Code Santa Claus (3615 code Pere Noel)

March 12, 2020

This time, Randy and Tom Coe cover the French film 3615 Code Pere Noel (Dial Code Santa Claus, also known as Deadly Games). It’s a movie about a boy who is home alone on Christmas Eve and sets up elaborate booby traps to protect himself from the intruder that broke into his home to attack him. Sound familiar? Did Dial Code Santa Claus inspire Home Alone or did Home Alone completely rip it off? It’s a deranged Santa vs the Wet Bandits, it’s a 9-year old with a mullet vs Kevin McAllister. It’s Dial Code Santa Claus vs Home Alone as we give our thoughts on the similarities between the two films. Plus, a whole bunch of fun stuff.

 

Swept Under the rug (3:00)/ what are you watching - Fargo the series (8:00)/ Lonesome Dove (10:17)/ High Fidelity on Hulu (12:16)/ Zoe Kravitz is cool (13:07)/ keeping movie lists (15:48)/ the Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise (16:20)/ The Lighthouse (17:43)/ Tammy and the T-Rex - the Gore Cut (18:27)/ Randy Shoe Diaries - Red Shoe Diaries episode 3 (21:23)/ Wizard magazine and the Marvel Swimsuit Specials (22:00)/ Quality Question - if you drop a Mogwai in the sea, will it spawn forever? (29:43)/ Drop Dead Fred and the wonder of Phoebe Cates (30:10)/ download free streaming channels like Tubi and Crackle (31:00)/ the rules of Gremlins and Mogwais are baby Yoda with fur (32:28)/ Dial Code Santa Claus (35:38)/ Santa’s Slay with WWE champion Bill Goldberg (37:47)/ what’s a minitel (39:00)/ Home Alone is a rip-off of Die Hard (50:16)/ Did Home Alone plagiarize Dial Code Santa Claus and the legacy of John Hughes (51:00)/ The impact of Home Alone on Randy (54:50)

(Episode 14)

Check out this latest episode and let us know some movies we should cover in the future by emailing us at: someonesfavoritemoviepodcast@gmail.com

 

Like what you hear? Check out Randy and Tommy on Miserable Retail Slave - an improv comedy show that has been making folks laugh for 7.5 years.

Check out the Tom Coe's podcast Jake and Tom Conquer the World!

Intro: “Feel the Buzz” by Dan “D-Boy” Amboy

Check out his music: https://soundcloud.com/dan-amboy

Randy juggles two jobs and is the miserable retail slave of the two. He lives outside beautiful Flint, MI, USA and struggles with being a lazy, yet overworked dreamer and a struggling, but barely trying writer.

 

Tommy also lives outside Flint, MI with The Beloved and his two step daughters. He's a stand up comedian and a man of questionable common sense. Check out his stand up dates at tomethompson.com

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