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A podcast about movies and the rappers who make them. Hosted by Ryan and Anthony aka Suskel and Ebert. Ryan loves movies (and rap) while Anthony loves rap (but not movies). They've been friends for a long time and have done multiple radio shows together where they bust each other's balls just like this one.
 
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We finally watched the 2003 classic I ACCIDENTALLY DOMED YOUR SON starring Kurupt. No film has made it more clear how broken we are by this whole rap movie exercise. Or maybe we're just better for it. It's got a script! Good sound! Good jokes! Kurupt is in it! We loved it, so of course Ant had to dig up some unreleased Kurupt to celebrate.…
 
It's Spooky Season, so we had to do our internet-mandated "horror" episode. So we dug up QUEEN OF THE DAMNED, a horror "musical"(?) featuring songs by Jonathan Davis of Korn and starring none other than Aaliyah. We REALLY try and talk about Aaliyah, but we also talk a lot about Korn's surprising crossovers into the rap world. We do find time to pla…
 
After getting ROASTED on University of Dope for not having seen 1995's DEAD PRESIDENTS, we finally watched this classic Vietnam epic, starring Sticky Fingaz, Heather B, Larenz Tate, Bokeem Woodbine, Michael Imperioli, Chris Tucker, Keith David, Clifton Powell, Terrence Howard, and many more.Directed by the Hughes Brothers, this was the follow up to…
 
Chris from the Bad Wrestling Podcast (@badwrespodcast) came through to talk about that one time in 1999 when Master P, Silk The Shocker and C-Murder all graced the WCW squared circle to do battle with some rap-hating cowboys from Minnesota.It's a lot. It's a wrestling thing so most of the episode is just me asking dumb questions and these two wrest…
 
We watched the rap musical. We attempt to answer the question of "why" it is rap, and "what" are the weirder implications of giving the founding fathers this treatment. Filmmaker and critic Scout Tafoya (@honors_zombie) joins us to try and figure it out. And Anthony had a baby! So we get to celebrate that before we spend a lot of time well...not ce…
 
Abe Beame (@TheFakeAbeBeame) came through to discuss The Carter, the 2008 documentary following Lil Wayne in the portentous months before his greatest success with The Carter III. Its a dark look at his incredible (and incredibly self destructive) creative process at a time when there was literally no one better on the mic. Abe pitched this episode…
 
We finally did it! Nate from the Kings of Sport podcast came through to watch the Outkast musical, IDLEWILD starring Big Boi, Andre 3000, Terrence Howard, Macy Gray and more. We all have strong opinions about Outkast, so we get into our feelings pretty quick on this one. We struggle, but ultimately find a lot to love in this messy masterpiece. We a…
 
For a few short weeks, ESPN's The Last Dance was the best piece of basketball content on the planet. Well here's the second best. We watched 1993's MTV Rock and Jock Basketball. The third annual, which overlaps tidily with The Last Dance. Its got Dan Majerle, Rick Mahorn, Ed Lover, Bill Bellamy, Dan Cortez, Tag Team performing at half time, Jon Ste…
 
Watch this movie! It's free on Youtube and it's great. Mack 10 and Fat Joe play one time rivals turned business partners caught between hustling and the creative process. It was produced by Mack 10 himself with some help by Priority Films, and it has everyone in it - Ice Cube, Big Pun, B-Real, Krayzie and Layzie Bone, MC Eiht as a guy who sucks at …
 
HUSTLERS was one of the best films of 2019 and we watched it with our good friend Abbey. We talk a lot about the 2008 financial crash, feature some rappers who were also strippers, and we collectively freak out over THAT scene. You know the one.Abbey is @drunkhousewife on InstagramBy Bodega Box Office
 
The Master of Disguise film starring Dana Carvey has been a longtime running joke between us and Brandon Soderberg, an incredible writer from Baltimore. We always said we'd find a way to talk about it through a rap lens, and April Fools seemed like the right opportunity, given the success of our SPICE WORLD Episode.So that's what we did. We had a c…
 
We did it! Critic and Filmmaker Scout Tafoya (@honors_zombie) returns to the show to talk about ANACONDA, a 90 minute classic starring Jennifer Lopez and Ice Cube. There are too many dick jokes, just enough Jon Voigt impressions, Anthony losing the will to live, a covert CATS podcast (at 55 minutes in) and a TRULY horrid musical drop. You have been…
 
We did it! We watched the movie that is long. Action Bronson made his acting debut in the last five seconds of a five hour movie. Sean McTiernan, Irish movie genius and now one of the few non-suspect Yotubers came through to watch and discuss this Action Bronson classic. The episode is also long. Because we are good at podcasting.Watch Sean's Youtu…
 
We made it! Episode 100 so you know we had to do a classic. Proud to say we didn't fuck it up, except for the abysmal live commentary we tried to record but we won't talk about that. It's a great episode covering what is arguably patient zero for the rap movie movement.By Bodega Box Office
 
Rest in power Rip Torn! The passing of a legend, paired with the fact that Canadian TV personality Tom Green is a real-deal rapper was enough reason to watch this monument to weird cinema. Freddy Got Fingered is the film Tom Green wrote and directed when he was at the height of his fame, and there is no way in hell this film could have been made at…
 
Machine Gun Kelly is a rapper. He is in a movie about Motley Crue. Which is enough of a reason for us to watch a movie about Motley Crue for this silly silly podcast. As you might guess, we talk a LOT about Crue, but we do find some time at the end to discuss other rappers from Cleveland, and a little bit about Machine Gun Kelly's beef with Eminem.…
 
Happy New Year! To celebrate, we watched GET HARD, a studio comedy that starts as a dick joke but expands to include such HILARIOUS topics as white collar crime, murder, white supremacy, incarceration rates among people of color and prison sexual assault! Hilarious! It also has T.I. as a west-coast style thug archetype with a mind for investments.…
 
We're back! Just in time for the end of the year, we're hitting you with our fav movies (that we watched for the podcast) of 2018, music we liked this year, podcasts we loved this year, political moves we hated this year and of course, NBA moves that were at least interesting. We also played a lot of music. Have a happy holiday folks. Movie episode…
 
New type of episode! Office hours is where we can fit in all the movie-adjacent stuff, rap stuff, basketball stuff and random bullshit we usually can't get to in an episode. This time we discuss Freddie Gibbs, 03 Greedo, Nas rapping in French, LeBron to the Lakers, Is Belly Good? And Ryan meeting The Lox.…
 
Rushing this episode out because EVERYONE NEEDS TO GO SEE THIS MOVIE. We watched Boots Riley's vision SORRY TO BOTHER YOU starring Lakeith Stanfield as a broke Oakland telemarketer who gets a major key from none other than Danny Glover. What's that major key? If you want to succeed in business, use your "white voice". And Cassius just so happens to…
 
Inspired by the incredible Rammellzee exhibit at Red Bull Studios, we decided to watch one of his film performances in the CLASSIC film WILD STYLE. We don't completely blow it, but we do spend a lot of time talking about his work, and a little less on the other artists in the film. But there are probably 40 other podcasts that cover Wild Style so w…
 
Crazy times here at Bodega HQ. We're not able to get an episode together in time for this week's release, so we're going into the archives to celebrate Pusha T, who just released the insane DAYTONA. We watched his short film DARKEST BEFORE DAWN, a hallucinatory look at the (guess what) the dope game, full of amazing visuals. Also gives us a chance …
 
Rapper, podcaster and all around great dude Mega Ran came through to watch Method Man in THE MORTICIAN, a non-horror movie that may or may not have premiered in 3d. And oh yeah, did we mention that Meth is the LEAD in the movie??? It's insane. Also, production is a little worse than usual thanks to Ryan being a shoddy producer and a bad mic cable. …
 
Shouts to @CrowleyHead on Twitter for hitting us up about this one. Ava Duvernay's (Selma, 13th, A Wrinkle In Time) first film is a fantastic documentary about The Good Life Cafe, the Los Angeles home for conscious hip hop and breeding ground for Freestyle Fellowship, Abstract Rude, Busdriver, Jurassic 5, and much more. SO much music in this ep. So…
 
Eric and Jeff from @ITSTHEREAL came through to talk about the classic film that basically started this whole podcast idea. PAPER SOLDIERS, a 2002 film directed by Dame Dash, written by Charlie Murphy and starring (are you ready you're not ready) Beanie Sigel and Kevin Hart (in his first role), N.O.R.E., Capone, Angie Martinez, Cam'Ron, Jim Jones, J…
 
Sean McTiernan of the ALL UNITS podcast (available now on all the podcatchers go go go) came through to discuss The Safdie Brothers' GOOD TIME, starring Robert Pattinson and horrorcore rapper Necro. Apart from being an incredible film, it's a great conversation. To hear just the music part, skip to 1:15 (one hour, 15 seconds) and follow Sean at @Co…
 
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