Just like our Podcast of a similar name, we will each break down all the worst films of this past year.
Oh, It’s a Podcast presents…Oh Pod, That Sucked II: The Worst Films of 2015. Brian and Noah continue their personal roads to the Oscars with a bracing shot of negativity.
Oh, It’s a Podcast presents…The Second Annual Podcademy Awards B-Sides: The Categories They Rejected. Brian and Noah are back from the 100th Episode festivities to school the Oscars on the awards they should be giving out.
Oh, It’s a Podcast presents…Podcast News. Is it fair to compare a sequel to its groundbreaking original? Will Netflix soon be a major force in film distribution? A Sister Act remake? These are just a few of the hard hitting questions you’ll get on this week’s Podcast News.
by Brian Surber
The Rock vs. Rocks! That brilliant tagline I created for San Andreas, that Warner Bros. inexplicably did not use, is pretty much the selling point of this film. Sure there is a plot (but not really), but what people are coming to see is Dwayne Johnson fly (and drive and boat and parachute and run) around California while seemingly the entire population is killed by earthquakes and such. And I’m here to tell you that for better or worse (worse) that is what you are getting. San Andreas is a huge epic film that will satisfy your eyes and nothing else.
Oh, It’s a Podcast presents…Podcast News. Brian and Noah call shenanigans on Disney’s excuse for canning Tron 3, pitch a story idea for the Transformers prequel, and take a little detour into the world of People Who Don’t Know The Onion Is Fake, plus much, much more.
We are so close to the official start of the Summer Movie Season so Brian and Noah decided to breakdown the 36 most anticipated films of said season. 2015 promises to deliver a very exciting summer; we have the sequel to the second highest grossing film of all time (The Assemblers or something), the return of past franchises long thought dead (Hello Mad Max, Dinosaurs, Four Fantastics, and Arnold), sequels galore (Yay, Minions! Boo, Ted! Yay, Strippers! Wait.), the triumphant return of Pixar (Inside Out or our planned route to the theater), indie festival darlings (90s’ hip-hop and cancer, standard stuff), and everything in between (The Rock takes on the Earth! Ice Cube tells us where he’s from! Paul Rudd is an ant, man! Anna Kendrick is so over cups!)