Episode 107 – The Expendables 3, The Interview, The Equalizer; Dustin & Cody finally see… 12 Angry Men; TammyWatch update

In this episode, we check out the latest trailer for The Expendables 3, James Franco and Seth Rogen serve notice to Kim Jong-Un in the trailer for The Interview, and Denzel Washington stars in the trailer for the movie remake of the 80s TV series The Equalizer. Plus Dustin and Cody finally see 12 Angry Men, we talk about What We’re Watching, and TammyWatch 2014 continues with one last look at our friendly wager for Tammy‘s opening box office.

Questions or comments on the show? E-mail us at trailerpodcast@gmail.com or find us on Twitter @TrailerPodcast or on Facebook at facebook.com/trailerpodcast.

What We’re Watching…

– Andy: The Disaster Artist (Amazon books)
– Dustin: Doctor Who, Season 7    
– Cody: Fargo  

Full trailers…

The Expendables 3 (Lionsgate Films) — in theaters August 15, 2014

The Interview (Sony Pictures) — in theaters October 10, 2014

The Equalizer (Village Roadshow Pictures) — in theaters September 26, 2014

Episode 24 – Jack Reacher, Silver Linings Playbook, Silent Night, review: Flight

Special guest John fills in this week while Cody is away! We watch the newest trailer for Tom Cruise’s new film Jack Reacher, along with trailers for Silver Linings Playbook starring Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence and the holiday horror Silent Night. Plus we review the Denzel Washington film Flight, BK joins us to talk about the announcement of the new Star Wars trilogy, and we offer our picks of the week.

Questions or comments on the show? E-mail us at trailerpodcast@gmail.com or find us on Twitter @TrailerPodcast.

Show notes…

0:00 – 7:26 Trailer #1: Jack Reacher
7:26 – 18:45 Review: Flight
18:45 – 23:42 Trailer #2: Silver Linings Playbook
23:42 – 34:12 BK on the new Star Wars trilogy
34:12 – 40:00 Picks of the Week…
– Andy: It Might Get Loud  (YouTube – FREE)
– Dustin: Wreck-it Ralph  (in theaters now)
– John: The Thick of It  (Hulu) / In the Loop 
40:00 – end Trailer #3: Silent Night

Full trailers…

Jack Reacher (Paramount Pictures) — in theaters December 21, 2012

Silver Linings Playbook (The Weinstein Company) — in theaters November 21, 2012

Silent Night (Anchor Bay Films) — in theaters November 30, 2012

Episode 16.5 – BONUS: Taking it meta

Ha! Bet you didn’t expect to see us back so soon. In this bonus episode, special guest Aaron talks with us about why the movies he watches at the theater are almost always in 3D. He also asks Dustin and Andy about the philosophy behind the podcast you all know and love–yes, this one! Well…unless you just happened upon this episode by mistake, in which case, you should check out some of our other episodes, because you’ll love ’em! Really.

NOTE: This episode includes one minor spoiler for Super 8. It’s so minor that I wouldn’t even mention it, except for the fact that we talked about the same spoiler in our review back in Episode 15, and I prefaced that review with a spoiler warning. So consider yourself warned again.

Episode 16 – Flight, Wreck-It Ralph, This Must Be the Place, review: Bernie (repost)

[We (i.e. Dustin) effed up. Our previous posting of Episode 16 was silent after BK’s segment. Sorry! Here’s the episode reposted in its entirety.]

Cody is away this week, so our friend Aaron is filling in! We’re watching trailers for Flight starring Denzel Washington, the animated film Wreck-It Ralph, and Sean Penn’s new film This Must Be the Place. We also review Richard Linklater’s movie Bernie starring Jack Black and Matthew McConaughey. Plus, BK’s back! And in honor of football season, he talks about the classic Rudy.

Questions or comments on the show? E-mail us at trailerpodcast@gmail.com or find us on Twitter @TrailerPodcast.

Show notes…

0:00 – 7:31 Trailer #1: Flight
7:31 – 20:53 Review: Bernie
20:53 – 28:26 Trailer #2: Wreck-It Ralph
28:26 – 34:12 BK talks Rudy
34:12 – 41:40 Picks of the Week
– Andy: Chaplin
– Dustin: Timecrimes
– Aaron: Friday Night Lights
41:40 – end Trailer #3: This Must Be the Place

Full trailers…

Flight (Paramount Pictures) — opens November 2, 2012

Wreck-It Ralph (Walt Disney Pictures) — opens November 2, 2012

This Must Be the Place (Relativity Media) — opens November 2, 2012

Flight Trailer

It’s hard to make a movie look bad with the Rolling Stones as your score, but none-the-less, Robert Zemeckis’s Flight looks pretty amazing (and more John Goodman!).

Denzel for another Oscar, anyone?