Posted On 07 Dec 2011 By Heather. Under .5 Stars (Pathetic), 2004, Comedy, Family/Kids, Holiday Movies!.
Is there some requirement for newer Christmas films to be awful movies that defecate all over the spirit of Christmas? Surviving Christmas was almost as bad as Christmas With The Cranks and right on par with Fred Claus.
For the 32nd Episode of the MILFcast, I am joined by my co-host Kai Parker (of Man, I Love Films) and guest Lou Dulien to discuss the following:
Hooray for Halloween! A huge element that has such emphasis on the tone and mood of a film is the score. It’s the silent voice speaking when no words are spoken, the prelude to a moment of terror or heart break. It is what ties everything together. In the spirit ... Read More
Happy Mothers Day cast! Not only is there a surprise guest, but an uber exciting announcement!
Thanks to the wondrous "Andy" our friend from Fandango Groovers that you all may know from our excellent Groovers and Mobsters present has put together yet another epic blogathon.
Darren Aronofsky isn’t a prolific filmmaker, but when he does create, he delivers with nothing short of a demented genius. He wowed everyone with “The Wrestler” recently, and now astounded audiences with the acclaimed, “Black Swan”, where Natalie Portman won her best actress Oscar.
“Affleck was the bomb in Phantoms Yo!” Based on that conjecture Phantoms will not be involved in this list. Also, I really like Ben Affleck. He’s charming, down to earth, and seemingly unaffected by his Hollywood fame, a rare commodity in Tinsel Town. Unfortunately, his career is vomit worthy.
Swap your partners for this epically wrong and silly episode of the MILFcast.
The phenomenon of the "Bromance" is alive and thriving in pop culture today. A bromance or man-crush is a close but non-sexual relationship between two (or more) men, a form of homo-social intimacy. Bill and Ted, Frodo and Sam........these are the man couples that have defined a friendly and almost awkward relationship on the big screen.
For the 17th Episode of MILFcast, joined by the neo sunglass wearing Kai Parker (The List) and our guests Dylan Fields who is so handsome that he forgot to develop wit and hilarity (of Blog Cabins) and Frank Mengarelli who knows more about bitches, hoes, and cocaine than anyone (the Pompous Film Snob) to discuss the following:
Check out the demon in Heather's computer again, be serenaded by Steve Bush, frightened by Jason Soto, wooed by Scotty Do, feel intellectually inferior to Univarn, and of course feel compelled to take off all your clothes by the sound of Kai's sexy man voice.
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