SmashCut Podcast - Episode 17


60:39 minutes (41.86 MB)

This week: Andrew's love letter to Tarantino's love letter to the movies, Inglourious Basterds. Plus, a summer movie roundup, Paul Blart, and a look at the nerd rage surrounding the Avatar trailer.

SmashCut Podcast - Episode 16


60:05 minutes (41.47 MB)

On this week's show, Andrew nitpicks the summer's critical darling, the blockbuster District 9, and unleashes an undisputed movie truth. Plus Blacula, Uwe Boll, and the week's new releases.
***Spoilers (District 9) 0:28:00 - 0:39:00***

SmashCut Podcast - Episode 15


60:08 minutes (41.5 MB)

On this week's show, Andrew provides sage parenting advice for new Dad, Joey. Plus, a discussion on the passing of John Hughes, Repo! The Genetic Opera, G.I. Joe, and the upcoming District 9.

SmashCut Podcast - Episode 14


66:24 minutes (45.6 MB)

On this week's show, we discuss the latest Harry Potter offering and Andrew rants about where the series has gone right, and where it has gone very wrong. Plus, favorite film franchises, City by the Sea, and the fine art of Brucesploitation.

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A new teaser image from the latest feature film. This time featuring the very talented Rachel Marshall....
You guys should send her messages telling her how kick ass she looks in this pic.

SmashCut Podcast - Episode 13


52:41 minutes (36.18 MB)

This week, we celebrate some cinematic bad-asses, from the tommy gun maniacs in Michael Mann's Public Enemies to the quintessential Man With No Name (or Three Men With Three Different Names.)

*NOTE*: This episode contains music from merge recording artist She and Him. Our only intent is to promote this artist in the context that it is movie related (one of the members is a movie starlet.) To discourage piracy we have kept the file at a measly 96kbps (and in mono I might add) which would hardly be worth your while to keep as an original. We do not own any of the rights to this song. If you enjoyed the song, please run to your local independent record shop and buy this album immediately. It will be worth your while.

New Office Phone Number

If you are looking to get in touch with us... we have a new number.
818-308-5550

Whether you are trying to get in touch with one of us, find out more information about one of our projects, or just want to leave obscene messages for one of the Podcast shows ... give us a call.

SmashCut Podcast - Episode 12


68:23 minutes (46.96 MB)

The Uncanny Valley podcast returns as SmashCut, an all-new, all-better, not-very-different show. This week, we discuss our long absence, Michael Bay's latest basket of explosions and nonsense, and the best and worst (so far) of 2009.

Comic Movies


What's your take on all the comic book movies? Dawn of a new, glorious day - or - go read the friggen books you illiterate bastard?

Erik Ellickson

Who needs a screenwriter or a script when a producer can easily browse through the comic book rack at Circle K?

Andrew Kemp

It's a blip, just like westerns, pirate movies, space operas, and a bunch of other genres that have peaked and dwindled over the years. And just like those genres, the superhero movie is pushing through its natural cycle. They had some awkward first tries, were perfected as a formula, had at least one genuine classic come through ("The Dark Knight"), and are now being deconstructed, parodied, and otherwise torn apart for new material. Eventually we'll all move on to the next big genre, and superhero movies will become box office poison once more, and some filmmaker will produce a documentary about the history of comic book cinema that will play on IFC forever, but our kids' kids will look at superhero flicks with the same yawn with which we looked at "boring" black and white mysteries when we were young and dumb. And then we'll sit wheezing in our easy chairs, complaining to anyone who will listen that they'll never make a movie half as good as "Spider-Man 2" again and that "starlets" today don't have the class and charm Jennifer Garner had in Elektra's left pinkie, and our families will placate and patronize us until we die, fondly remembering when good guys could be good and the bad guys blew up banks and kids still looked for entertainment in 32 four color pages of joy and a subsequent two-hour adaptation.

...... Too dark? Comix are kool.

Jason Norred

Andy.. even as an old man I will never look back fondly on Jennifer Garner as Electra. She's not even Greek. (That was a Geekin' joke for those of you who have not bought the DVD - oh and maybe you should do that.. slacker)

I've No Need For A Metal RoboCop Poster, Eh?

Why was I not informed of this? This is an example of something you'd call me immediately upon discovery, like in that "house is on fire" frantic tone or some such.

And the winner of the MondoTees/AICN Metal Tyler Stout RoboCop poster is...

http://www.aintitcool.com/node/41406

I don't know what I would have designed but I would have won.

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