MILFcast, Podcasts — February 11, 2013 at 3:01 am





For the 61st episode of the MILFcast, I am joined by my co-host Heather Baxendale, my co-co-(co?)host Dylan Fields (co-founder of Man, I Love Films) and a surprise guest to discuss the following:

– What we’ve been watching (The Raid: Redemption, Dark Horse).

– We discuss the MPAA rating system.

– We answer The Serious 7.

– We finish with THE GAME!!!

Here are the standings for THE GAME:
1. Jose Prendes – 16 points

If you have a question for Heather, you can e-mail it to or leave it in the comments section below.

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1 Comment

  • Not sure it was the “worst” episode…actually was pretty tame up until your surprise guest. At that point it was more uncomfortable than anything. Ha!

    Um…as far as the rating system is concerned, I think Kai expressed it well, at least for our situation: Use it loosely as a starting point, and then make your own judgement on a case by case basis.

    I think for us it’s fair to say it really comes down to content/subject matter and the emotional maturity of our kids. Up until recently there were a lot of things in life they didn’t know about. They are pretty naive…not very street smart. So our decision to shelter them from things was more because we wanted them to learn about them from us, get our perspective, before the world’s. I think I would let them see violence before nudity or graphic sexual situations. Language honestly doesn’t bother me as much. (Look who I’m married to :))

    As far as I’m concerned, there’s a lot I choose not to view because of yes, my morals and values based on my religious beliefs. Sometimes those fall into a pg/pg 13 rating. My only reason to say no to all R is because of what they usually contain: nudity, violence, sexual content, drug use etc. Those are things I choose not to expose myself to. Lead by example, I guess. But I am more likely to make exceptions for films of historical nature or documentaries. Somehow I can justify them.

    But thank you Dylan for bringing up being desensitized. I tell Kai that all the time. It’s not that he doesn’t have morals or values or that things don’t bother him…but he is exposed to so much more than the average person, just because he is a fan, that often times his view is askew. But I’m sure mine is too on the other side of the spectrum.

    Kai said there should be a pg 16 rating…which I think is a good idea.

    Great listen guys!

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