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Happy Inauguration Day! Ok that’s as political as we are going to get, we promise. Today Mike and Matt travel to the future, actually this past Sunday, from the past in 1995’s Johnny Mnemonic starring Keanu Reeves, Dina Meyer, and Dolph Lundgren. Topics better than this movie include organized crime, data prices, and body tech implants. Should you …
 
2021 continues and so far it is living up to the standards set by 2020. Enough about that jazz, today your hosts Matt and Mike chat about a brand new film on Prime video, Sound of Metal starring Riz Ahmed and Paul Raci. Additional topics include Death to 2020, Academy Awards, and should we do a Keanu month of movies? Sound of Metal is an incredible…
 
Happy New Year everyone! It’s a new year so why not review a new movie? Today Mike and Matt discuss Wonder Woman 1984 starring Gal Gadot and Chris Pine. Bonus topics today include Mike still can’t read, HBO Max is killing movie theaters, and the MCU VS the DCEU. What a let down. Matt and Mike had high hopes for this movie. They both really enjoyed …
 
Happy Festivus everyone! Today Mike and Matt fulfill one of their promises, they revisit the Christmas action classic Die Hard starring Bruce Willis and Alan Rickman. We first reviewed it for Episode #74 on Christmas Day 2018. Off topics today include Matt breaks his new phone, architecture, and lots of trivia. If you have not seen Die Hard and you…
 
Welcome everyone to Reel Film Nerds Podcast 200! Shocking that we made it all the way to 200 episodes. Today Mike and Matt continue their holiday movie reviews with 1980’s comedy gold Scrooged starring Bill Murray. A handful of our many off topics include a house fire, The Chive, TV’s, and LCD’s. Scrooged is a must watch retelling of the classic Ch…
 
Let the holiday movie reviews continue! This week Matt and Mike chat about a new Christmas film Fatman starring Mel Gibson and Walton Goggins. Non holiday topics include Sons of Anarchy, shipping container homes, and the Paramount Network. Have you heard about this epic tale featuring Santa Claus before today? New movies are rolling out on a weekly…
 
Welcome back everyone, did you miss us? The boys are going to try something new for December. Much like our Harvest Horror Fest, for December we are going to chat about Christmas movies! They start off a possible tradition with a bang chatting about the Christmas classic Gremlins (1984). Off topics include limos, breeding, and stimulus TV’s? Gremli…
 
Welcome fellow movie buffs to another installment of the Reel Film Nerds podcast! Does anyone actually read this, I hope so. Today Mike and Matt chat about a very low budget but amazing Sci-Fi film The Vast of Night. Offbeat topics include rez ball, Roswell, and no MCU tie-in? This is a prime example of being able to do a lot with very little. Is T…
 
Honoring all Veterans on Veterans Day. We don't know them all but we owe them all. Thank you for your service and sacrifices. This week Mike and Matt sit down and chat about a modern war movie The Outpost starring Scott Eastwood, Caleb Landry Jones, and Orlando Bloom. Topics include COVID haircuts, military spending, and Jungleland giveaway. Just a…
 
Our Third Annual Harvest Horror Fest has come to an end but not Halloween, at least for us. Mike picked a film to raise people’s spirits especially after the election. Turning to Adam Sandler with his latest Netflix Original Hubie Halloween. Off topics include trick or treaters, haunted houses, and coffee consumption. Listeners you are in for a rea…
 
We saved the best for last for our Third Annual Harvest Horror Fest, Candyman (1992) starring Tony Todd and Virginia Madsen. Additional topics include the importance of movie soundtracks, urban legends, and discovering old photographs. Neither of your hosts have seen this film in a very long time and it caught them off guard. Candyman (1992) is a g…
 
Our Third Annual Harvest Horror Fest continues with a true vampire horror comedy classic The Lost Boys (1987) starring Jason Patric, Kiefer Sutherland, and the two Coreys. Off topics include Taken, RAW vs JPEG, and Natalie Portman. This is it, arguably the original teen vampire film, The Lost Boys (1987). Basically it’s Matt and Mike’s version of t…
 
Welcome campers to our second pod of the Third Annual Harvest Horror Fest! Today the classic horror continues with one of Matt’s favorite horror films, yes Matt’s, Friday the 13th (1980). The boys stayed on point for most of the show but some extra topics include Halloween, gore in film, and horror films that scarred us for life. Friday the 13th is…
 
After 11 months of waiting it is finally here! Our Third Annual Harvest Horror Fest! To kick off our month of horror reviews everyone’s favorite horror host Mike Talent dipped into his bag of gold and pulled the original Leprechaun from 1993. Scary but not horror topics include cereal, wells, and the imminent death of movie theaters. What can we sa…
 
Sick and tired of politics yet? GREAT! Why not sit down and laugh while listening to the Talent-less Mike of Mystery and Matt review the Amazon Original Get Duked! Better topics than this movie include Prescott Valley professional sports, The Boys TV show, and our Third Annual Harvest Horror Fest! Well this is awkward, maybe not awkward but it has …
 
Hi everybody! It is Wednesday and that means new podcast day! For today’s episode Mike and Matt travel back to 2011 to review a fun comedic alien sci-fi classic starring Nick Frost and Simon Pegg, Paul. Odd discussion topics include genetics, probing, and the acceptance nerd culture. This is the kind of film we need right now. It is fun, nerdy, and…
 
Happy hump day everyone! Today Matt and Mike continue cheating death and visit the movie theater to catch the last Fox Marvel film The New Mutants. Additional topics include sports ball, Siskel & Ebert, and the future of the X-Men franchise. What is wrong with critics today? The New Mutants isn’t a masterpiece but it is in no way a terrible movie. …
 
Thank the maker! Matt and Mike Talent return to the theaters this week after a 5 month absence risking their lives and relationships to see Christoper Nolan’s latest epic Tenet. Bonus topics included more movie giveaways, Twilight (yes, that one), and the Saw franchise. Christopher Nolan again tackles his favorite subject, time, but using a James B…
 
Happy week happy pod! Today your host’s Mike Talent and Matt review a brand spanking new movie that they are shocked got made, Bill & Ted Face the Music. Hold onto your butts listeners this is a long pod! Extra topics include a farewell and thank you to Chadwick Boseman, box office numbers, and booze filled seltzers. Have you been missing that thin…
 
Happy Wednesday everyone! Today Mike and Matt sit down to chat about one of Netflix’s latest Original Films Project Power starring Jamie Foxx and Joseph Gordon-Levitt. Non superhero related topics include Fortnite, movie theaters opening back up, and win a Blu-ray copy of The King of Staten Island. Netflix has done it again, what a fun popcorn acti…
 
Welcome movie lovers! Today we dip into our fan requests and review the 2009 depression era gangster film starring Johnny Depp and Christian Bale, Public Enemies. Not gangster topics include YouTube, $0.15 movies at AMC, and we have a Blu-ray giveaway to enter! This film is a perfect example of a great gangster film with one major issue, it’s long!…
 
Another week and another podcast for your listening pleasure. Today Mike and Matt dip into yet another streaming service to watch the first HBO Max Original film An American Pickle starring Seth Rogen and Seth Rogen. Extra topics include PSL, portrait mode, and do we really need more streaming services? An American Pickle is definitely a movie. It …
 
Happy Wednesday everyone! Mysterious Mike Talent finally picked a film for review this week. Another Netflix Original and this one is a couple of years old. The SciFi thriller Extinction starring Michael Pena and Lizzy Caplan. Other topics include Four Peaks releases their Pumpkin Porter early, SpaceX splashdown, and what order to watch the Star Wa…
 
Welcome faithful listeners! This week Mike and Matt reviewed a Netflix Original that is destroying the charts, The Old Guard. Not too far off topics include Aeon Flux, favorite Pixar Films, and are movie theaters ever coming back. What a great surprise of a film! This one really came out of nowhere. The Old Guard is a fantasy action movie based aro…
 
Welcome faithful listeners, yes it’s hump day but it’s also NEW PODCAST DAY! Today Matt and Mike kick back and chat about lots of things but mostly Guns Akimbo starring Samara Weaving and Daniel Radcliffe. Extra topics include the Fast and Furious franchise, Tenet on indefinite hold, and Universal VS AMC Theaters. Fair warning, this film is not for…
 
Hi everybody! Welcome to the Reel Film Nerds Podcast Episode 179, wow really? That’s a lot of talking right there! Today your host’s not talented Matt and Mysterious Mike Talent review and discuss the brand new Hulu Original Film Palm Springs. Not time loop related topics include AIMS testing, Top Gun: Maverick, and the infamous Groundhog Day. Palm…
 
Welcome to another incredible Reel Film Nerds podcast about a movie that is not in a theater, again. Today the boys review an Amazon Original film starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, 7500. Bonus topics for this episode include Kirby T’s, Uber Eats, and piloting an airplane. Wow what a movie out of left field! Seriously no one saw this coming including M…
 
Yep we slacked off a bit this week but only by a day. Mike Talent was busy with family and his new born and well Matt is just Matt. We do have a new pod for you and surprise surprise it's another Netflix comedy, Will Ferrell and Rachael McAdams latest Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga. Off topics today include RFN t-shirts, favorite b…
 
Let the new streaming film reviews continue! Today your movie gurus discuss a new Netflix rom com murder mystery, wow talk about an interesting genre! The Lovebirds starring Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani. Extracurricular topics include inflation, movie trailers revealing too much, and the film Independence Day. The Lovebirds is a fun witty movie wit…
 
Check it out everyone, we finally got a new film to watch! Thanks to Disney not waiting for movie theaters to open, you can now catch Artemis Fowl (originally slated for theaters) on their streaming platform Disney Plus. Extracurricular topics today include National Treasure, COVID-19 movie delays, and Dolby Atmos. Based on the popular books series…
 
Our summer retrospective on the Back to the Future franchise comes to a close today with Back to the Future Part III written and directed by Robert Zemeckis and produced by Steven Spielberg. Topics not related to time travel include what happened to fun movies, drinking, and Mike and Matt are old. Back to the Future Part III is a great film arguabl…
 
Our summer retrospective on the Back to the Future franchise continues today with Back to the Future Part II starring Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd. No beating around the DeLorean here, we really go off topic a ton in today’s podcast. Matt and Mike talk about space, movie remakes, and the chaos of rioting in the streets on top of COVID-19. B…
 
Merry Wednesday everyone! Have you ever wanted to go back in time? Ya Matt wishes he could every waking moment of his existence too. Today we chat about an incredible, fun, and hilarious 1980's classic Back to the Future starring Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd. Off topics include Southpark, marketing products in film, and bullying. What can w…
 
Hello fellow movie buffs and listeners both new and old. Is anyone else really missing movie theaters yet? Mike and Matt are especially some of the new releases we were promised. Fear not for today’s Reel Film Nerds Podcast Matt picked a brand spanking new Netflix Original starring Chris Hemsworth, Extraction. Off topics today include CEO salaries,…
 
Congratulations Class of 2020! This week Mike and Matt pay their respects to all the new graduates by reviewing a film that was near and dear to them when they graduated high school. 1999’s raunchy dessert driven comedy American Pie starring Jason Biggs, Shannon Elizabeth, and Eugene Levy. Unique topics today include concerts coming back, PC cultur…
 
Happy National hangover from Cinco day!!! Look we didn’t open this review with the end of the world maybe things are starting to turn around. Today Mike and Matt discuss a little known Martin Scorsese film Bringing Out the Dead starring Nicholas Cage. Not related topics include SGN, Cinco de Drinko, and Ghost Rider. Bringing Out the Dead is not one…
 
Welcome kiddos! Are you sick of watching TV, movies, and listening to the Reel Film Nerds podcast yet? No? Great, neither are we so here is a fresh one for your ear holes. Today Mike Talent and Matt checked out an independent Sci-Fi film that Netflix purchased recently Code 8. Not Code 8 topics include Zoom Meetings, the joys of breeding, and Parks…
 
Is it just us or are the days starting to really blend together? Well at least today is going to be different, we have a brand spanking new episode of the Reel Film Nerds podcast for you! In this pod Mike and Matt talk revenge, spies, and the Green Lantern? when they review The Rhythm Section starring Blake Lively and Jude Law. Way off topics inclu…
 
Welcome everyone to pandemic day number ah who cares it's way too many already. Today we continue visiting films from Mike and Matt’s past with an amazing prohibition era gangster father and son film Road to Perdition starring Tom Hanks, Jude Law, and Paul Newman. Special topics today include genre blending, Tiger King, a movie giveaway, and bidet’…
 
Hi everybody! We hope everyone is staying safe and locked up in their homes watching movies and listening to podcasts. Today Mysterious Mike Talent and Matt Hinshaw review a classic film from their high school days, The Stoned Age. Bonus topics include ex girlfriends, baseball coming back, and coming of age films. The Stoned Age is a fun comedic st…
 
Check it out a new Reel Film Nerds podcast! I guess it’s better late than never right? With the world coming to an end and a new life for one of our hosts it is tough to be on a schedule every week. Matt and Mike promise to continue to do their best to put out a weekly film review even though movie theaters are shut down. This week Matt and Mike re…
 
Good news everyone looks like we are back on our regular schedule again, hopefully it lasts. The world is literally breaking down all around us but hey we did a podcast! Today Matt and Mike start a series of streaming and classic movie reviews since you know movie theaters are all closed right now. Our first film up to bat is Mark Wahlberg’s latest…
 
Hey check it out a new podcast! Sorry we have been gone for so long but Matt did drop a few hints that the pod might be a bit on a hiatus. Mysterious Mike and Maniacal Mags welcomed their first offspring into the world in late February, congrats you two! This week the guys made it to the theater before they were shut down to watch a controversial f…
 
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