MILFcast, Podcasts — June 17, 2013 at 3:01 am




For the 69th episode of the MILFcast, I am joined by my co-host Heather Baxendale (of Man, I Love Films) and guest Daniel Lackey (of the Forced Viewing Podcast) to discuss the following:

- What we’ve been watching (Silver Linings Playbook, Evil Dead, The ABCs of Death).

- We each pick three films from the last 10 years that are bound for Cult Classic status.

- We answer The Serious 7.

- We finish with THE GAME!!!

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You can follow our guest on Twitter as well: @ForcedViewing @Lackey_D

Here are the standings for THE GAME:
1. Chris Tanski – 18 points
2. Lauren HB – 17 points
3. Ryan Haggerty – 16 points
4. Jose Prendes – 15 points
5. Dylan Fields – 15 points
6. Scot Nolahn – 15 points
7. Rachel Thuro – 12 points
8. Joel Burman – 9 points
9. Jessica Rogers – 7 points

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  • The Room is a journey. At first you’ll feel creepy for watching it, then you’ll laugh at it, and when it’s all said and done you’ll want to talk about with others who have seen it forever.

    • Apparently Heather sat thru it so we will end up discussing it next episode.

  • Is it weird to say, or unlikely to happen, that Miss Pettigrew Lives For A Day might become a cult classic? Maybe it’s just going to remain a very cute and entertaining little gem… but it would be cool if it got more of a following. Another choice that, again, I’m not sure about, would be The Perks of Being a Wallflower. It’s not been a superhit but many people loved it (including me) so… who knows.
    I’m also dying to watch The Room.

    • You never know. I wouldn’t think of either of those personally but apparently I need to see Perks because nobody has anything but good to say about it.

  • I think I like a resolved ending. Good or bad. It doesn’t have to be tied up in a pretty bow, but it should have tied up all loose ends.

    • Mam sometimes all loose ends can not be tied because of the vastness of the theme so if we see something not ending as we thought it does not matter as long it has the climax of all