MILFcast, Podcasts — October 21, 2013 at 3:01 am

MILFCAST (AKA: THE MAN, I LOVE FILMS PODCAST) – EPISODE 75

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For the 75th episode of the MILFcast, I am joined by my co-host Heather Baxendale and guest Pat McDonnell (both of Man, I Love Films) to discuss the following:

– What we’ve been watching (Drop Dead Fred, Hoosiers, Gravity.

– We discuss the state of thee modern musical and other musical stuff.

– We do the SERIOUS 7.

– We finish with THE GAME!!!

You can follow Kai & Heather on Twitter: @kaiderman @heather_kenobi
You can follow our guest on Twitter: @100yearsofmovie
Check out our guest’s blog: http://www.100yearsofmovies.net/

Here are the standings for THE GAME:
1. Jay Cluitt – 18 points
2. Stevee Taylor – 15 points
3. Turdo – 10 points
4. Steve Bush – 5 points (WHAT?!)

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

You can find MILFcast on podOmatic by clicking here. You can also subscribe or download for free on iTunes. If you like the show, please leave us some feedback on iTunes. Please drop a comment, request an older episode or leave any feedback on the episode below at: kai@manilovefilms.com

Music for the podcast provided by Man, I Love Films’ own Steve Bush. See all of Steve’s original music, or contact him to get some of your own, by clicking here!!!

2 Comments

  • Pat is one of my favorite guests by now – so cool to hear him here.

    I would love to see more happy musicals, although of course there’s always Indian movies. By the way, the plot isn’t always helped by the songs in these movies, but I would still consider them musicals.. My personal definition of a musical would be films that include music that has some kind of unrealistic element to it (mostly people sing in situations where you wouldn’t normally sing, or maybe instruments can be heard but do not appear on screen, things like that).

  • Thanks for listening, Mette. We loved having Pat on too.

    I don’t disagree with your definition of musicals. I think there are many different ways musicals can be musicals and work.

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