Pantheon Plus – Autumn Apocalypse: Mad Max: Fury Road

Jerome and Brian end their time in a post-apocalyptic world (or do they?) by discussing one of the best movies of 2015 and of the 2010s in Mad Max; Fury Road. It’s a reboot unlike any other as we get a stealth new lead character and one of the most bombastic settings ever put to film. 

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There Will Be Movies – Episode 41: Call Me By Your Name

Ben Phillips & Matt Waters continue to present 25 of their favourite movies from a given decade, this time with 2010 – 2019.

Join us on a trip to northern Italy with the world’s sexiest man and his fruit fixated friend. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you may even get turned on by a foot rub. Who knows? Anything goes in Europe!

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Pantheon Plus – Autumn Apocalypse: Snowpiercer & Train to Busan

It’s a doubleheader this week as Jerome and Brian spend a lot of time on trains. They try to wade through issues of class, protein bars made out of bugs, and worst of all, zombies as they discuss Snowpiercer (the movie, not the TNT show) and Train to Busan (the original, not the sequel)

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There Will Be Movies – Episode 40: Get Out

Ben Phillips & Matt Waters continue to present 25 of their favourite movies from a given decade, this time with 2010 – 2019.

While there was never really any doubt that we’d be covering one of the absolute best debut movies of all time, there’s still plenty up in the air when it comes to how two painfully white dudes manage to cover such a racially driven movie. Wish Ben & Matt luck!

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Flooping the Pig – Episode 80: “Hugo”

The HBO Max streaming service launched in May of 2020. It was announced that the service would revive Adventure Time as a new series called “Distant Lands”, which as of now is set to contain four forty minute-ish stand-alone episodes. The first of those four episodes, titled “BMO”, dropped in June 2020, which Brad, JUSTIN, and Kevin review in today’s episode. They discuss the episode itself, including their likes and dislikes, their thoughts on doing a prequel, and the possibilities of what the events in this episode could have on the remaining Distant Lands episodes. They also talk about how it does or doesn’t correlate to the Cartoon Network show.


The gang then discusses Pendleton Ward’s Netflix animated series “The Midnight Gospel.” The hosts have some conflicting thoughts on this very bizarre show, easily the most adult and difficult piece to be featured on FTP.

Flooping the Pig is going on hiatus until the second Distant Lands episode, “Obsidian”, is released, and at this time has no release date. Thanks for your patronage, and we’ll see you again for Episode 81!

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Pantheon Plus – Autumn Apocalypse: Escape from New York

Jerome and Brian are in a post-apocalypse (metaphorical or literal is up to your interpretation) as they discuss Kurt Russell’s first important adult role and John Carpenter at the peak of his powers post Halloween. Let’s go back to a scary version of 1997 which may or may not be worse than 2020.

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There Will Be Movies – Episode 39: Handmaiden

Ben Phillips & Matt Waters continue to present 25 of their favourite movies from a given decade, this time with 2010 – 2019.

Matt once again gets his horizons broadened by one of Ben’s selections that he didn’t watch before signing off on it making the list. Will he regret it? How could he possibly given it’s a Korean adaptation of a Welsh novel about lesbians in Victorian Britain???

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Flooping the Pig – Episode 79: “Golb”

It’s taken years, and almost 80 podcasts, but it is finally time for Brad, JUSTIN, and Kevin to discuss the series finale of Adventure Time. Did the writers stick the landing? What did they think of the stories that were and were not wrapped up? JUSTIN has a Golb theory to maybe explain an unexplained story.

They also discuss what seemed like a bold choice at the time for two characters. To wrap up, the hosts reveal where Adventure Time stands amongst their favorite shows as well as their all time favorite episode.

Before all of this, the non-canonical Minecraft episode is reviewed, and was a rare instance where all three hosts came into the podcast having never seen the episode before. A historic episode of Flooping the Pig, and the longest episode to date!

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Reel Bad – A Breaking Bad Podcast: Episode 9 (Better Call Saul Season 2)

Jerome and Kevin continue to discuss the Breaking Bad universe as they examine the second season of Better Call Saul. They discuss the deterioration of the sibling relationship between Jimmy and Chuck, the budding romance of Jimmy and Kim, as well as the ongoing drug wars of the southwest. This show does in fact give us a lot Jimmy thankfully.

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There Will Be Movies – Episode 38: Arrival

Ben Phillips & Matt Waters continue to present 25 of their favourite movies from a given decade, this time with 2010 – 2019.

Come one, come all and marvel at the degree to which Matt does not remember hosting a podcast that covered Arrival a few years ago and thus gets to experience this film for the first time!

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