Handsome Jon Hamm inspires us in MILLION DOLLAR ARM (or at least Disney hopes so) to take a look at underdogs playing sports in THE ROOKIE and MIRACLE. And we make a solemn promise to our listeners that this is the last time we serve them up a deadly combination of cricket and hockey. We make no such assurances about future baseball talk.
Wednesday, May 28, 2014
Saturday, May 24, 2014
It's The Big Damn Lizard Apocalypse on this week's episode, as we follow GODZILLA's path of destruction, leaving Jared with a broken heart, and then look at two previous big damn monster movies who do battle over this very podcast in CLOVERFIELD and PACIFIC RIM. Tressa Bowling, artist and designer of our very own podcast logo, joins us to take in the spectacle and tells us of a surprising monster from her own life, the beloved extra-terrestrial, E.T.
Wednesday, May 21, 2014
We spy on the new Seth Rogen comedy NEIGHBORS, and take a look closer out the cinema window at REAR WINDOW and AMERICAN BEAUTY. Also while we rest up and debate the marriage prospects of princesses in Monaco, we go to our guide to manhood and quote some COMMANDO scripture. It all makes sense in the end... kind of.
Sunday, May 18, 2014
This week we discuss the chances of a Best Supporting Oscar for Paul Giamatti's portrayal of Rhino in THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2, and reboot our podcast with a look at two other franchise reboots in CASINO ROYALE and X-MEN: FIRST CLASS.
Wednesday, May 14, 2014
THE OTHER WOMAN comes between Machine and Horse as a battle with cheating tactics takes place on the show between CLOSER and MATCH POINT. We should warn you that this particular episode is an adult podcast, as sex and angry words happen... quite a bit actually, in the film CLOSER.
Thursday, May 8, 2014
This week the crew of Warmachinehorse feels less intelligent having watched Transcendence, and evolve into a real star child upon watching 2001: A Space Odyssesy and A.I. Artificial Intelligence. It's like a podcast fairy tale.
Thursday, May 1, 2014
It's DRAFT DAY in the NFL for Kevin Costner, and that can mean only one thing for us... we review two baseball movies not starring Kevin Costner. MONEYBALL and TROUBLE WITH THE CURVE are on the clock. And keeping with War Machine vs. War Horse tradition, we watch Brad Pitt continue to be awesome, and discover the evil that is Matthew Lillard.