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WE ARE LIVE FROM PHILLY PODFEST FOR OUR 100TH-ish EPISODE!!! Well, really last week, but either way it was a great fucking time. For The Recasting Couch’s 100th-ish episode and live debut we recast Independence Day from Tattooed Mom (@tmoms). We somehow keep the podcast to less than an hour (or not, depending on how long our intro segment is), but …
 
Road. House. This has been a long time in the making. We planned on doing it earlier and then it left streaming. Now that it’s back, we are ready to fulfill our destiny. I reveal that I have never seen this before. Mike constantly ridicules me. You know. Our standard shit. But we are back in the studio, and we recorded this only a few hours before …
 
This week we’ve got our Jerry Mac sequel! The fucking Frankenstein episode as I like to call it. Well, then I guess that makes me Dr. Frankenstein and the podcast is my monster? I don’t know. I’m not good with metaphors. Or podcasts. Or writing blogs for that matter. Why are you here again? Anyway, we finally get down to recasting this mother, and …
 
What up Recasting Couch fans! We’ve got a hot one this week. It’s actually so hot, we couldn’t legally give you the whole episode at one time. So this week we are bringing to you part 1 of Jerry Maguire. After doing our usual intro, we got off on celebrating Tom Cruise’s entire catalog. The episode completely got away from us in the best possible w…
 
Oh boy, we have a fun topic this week. We are talking movie conspiracies. This episode contains conspiracies about movies, in movies and by movie people. This was a fun one to record but there were so many that we didn't get too in depth about any of them. Consider this a primer for episodes in the future where we take one or two of the topics disc…
 
Sometimes, you’ve got to stop fucking around with the curveball, and just give em the heater. Well that’s what we’ve got for you this week. Major League is the movie that we’ve recast this week. This screwball comedy about a group of outcasts striving to win the pennant with the hapless Cleveland Indians is an absolute joy to watch. The huge ensemb…
 
Hello TRC fans, we are back with a new episode. This week, we are joined by our friend from the Medium Popcorn podcast, comedian and podcaster Brandon Collins as we recast the 1996 horror classic: Scream. This cast is just packed. Neve Campbell, Skeet Ulrich, Matthew Lillard, Jamie Kennedy, Rose McGowen, Courtney Cox, David Arquette and the list go…
 
This week we recast Limitless. We had mixed feelings about this one. It feels like it could have been more fun. Other than DiNero phoning it in, the rest of the performances are passable but the story just doesn't add up. Bradley Cooper, who is Mr. Likeable, was not likeable at all in this movie. The part was just poorly written. There are no sympa…
 
In 2005, there was a movie that came along that changed everything we thought we knew about comic book movies. That film was Batman Begins...and Sin City...and V for Vendetta...and Fantastic Four...and CONSTANTINE! Based on the Hellblazer comic from DC, John Constantine (Keanu Reeves) is some sort of exorcist that is loosely tied to the church who …
 
Ronin. Ronin, Ronin, Ronin… How we had such high expectations for rewatching this car chase/heist movie. This movie nowhere near achieves the sum of its parts. The parts are impressive. A lot of people who are great in a lot of things. Many we’ve even fawned over before, but not this time. There is zero chemistry between anyone in this movie except…
 
This week we bring you The Fifth Element. This is just a fun sci-fi movie that still holds up. One of Chris' favorites, we explore a new cast. From Google: In the 23rd century, a New York City cabbie, Korben Dallas (Bruce Willis), finds the fate of the world in his hands when Leeloo (Milla Jovovich) falls into his cab. As the embodiment of the fift…
 
This week’s recast is The Running Man. To quote wikipedia, this 1987 science fiction action film, “...is very loosely based on the 1982 novel of the same title written by Stephen King and published under the pseudonym Richard Bachman.” It stars Arnold Schwarzenegger as Ben Richards, a soldier who is made the fall guy for a government sanctioned mas…
 
This week, it’s MARVEL, MARVEL, MARVEL! (now go back and read that in a Jan Brady voice) Time Stamps: Intro : 00:00:00 Avengers End Game Discussion: 00:07:52 GPCC Marvel Panel: 01:12:26 We gave you all a week, but we are spoiling the shit out of #avengersendgame, starting now. (I mean it, like right now. I’m spoiling stuff in the rest of this post)…
 
Welcome back to the Recasting Couch everyone! We want to apologize for skipping last week, but I had an emergency work trip and Mike had 30 people coming over for Easter weekend, so unfortunately real life once again rears its ugly head. This week we have the audio from the Movie Fixers panel Mike was on at the Great Philadelphia Comic Con. It was …
 
This week we get Mike's reaction to doing his first panel at Philly Comic Con with @RealAwesomePod's @ThatNerdyKev and Mike Deangelo. We also get a short interview with Recasting Couch favorite, mother fuckin' @TheJakeBusey #GPCC2019 #PodernFamily
 
In anticipation of Mike’s first ever panel at Philadelphia Comic Con (coincidentally it’s also the first panel of the Con. Go HERE for details and tickets), we decided to chop up the movie Blade. Gotdamn is this a fun movie. Although I’m not sure either of us would call it good. The unfortunate pre-Matrix CGI leap really handicapped this movie, and…
 
This (last?) week’s episode is (was?) Glore-ious. Get it? Oh man, I’m doing way too much here. Either way it was rad. We had the very funny Ricky Glore (@rickyglore) on the show to talk about the movie In & Out. Kevin Kline does some very Kevin Kline things, and absolutely crushes his role as Howard Brackett, a flamboyant English teacher in a high …
 
This must be your lucky day, because you’ve just rolled Snake Eyes. Believe it or not, this is better than the actual dialogue in the 1998 pulp, noir, cheesefest that is one of the Cage-iest of Nicolas Cage movies that there is. Brian De Palma directed and wrote the film, although it would have benefited from maybe another 17 writers being brought …
 
Ah, my metaphorical mohawk is spikey and brutal right now. SLC Punk reignited the Rude Boy in me and I am ready to fucking rock. I’m want to tattoo middle fingers on my face and tell the whole world to kiss my ass. Of course, I definitely won’t do that because I’ve completely Bought In. But I feel it deep down in my poser soul. SLC Punk is a 1998 i…
 
Gattaca is the movie that we recast this week, and hold on to your butts. This episode has no business being as funny as it is. We don’t know where it came from, and if we recorded this episode 50 times we couldn’t replicate this. It’s a hell of a way to celebrate getting both of us back in the studio. Now in full disclosure, I thought this was a c…
 
This week is a movie that was an instant classic the moment it hit theaters. Although, you probably just remember it as the pie-fucking movie. If that doesn’t narrow it down enough for you...then what kind of media are you regularly consuming? The movie I’m talking about is, of course, American Pie. I do want to apologize for the sound quality. I w…
 
This week we chase Amy. However, we weren’t comfortable breaking the seal on the Kevin Smith cannon alone, so we invited fellow View Askewniverse junkie, @jeffleach to help us out. And goddamnit if we weren’t happy we did. I’m going to drop a *SPOILER ALERT* right here… ...because this movie was pretty terrible. I am absolutely shocked that this wa…
 
Ba da, DA DA! If you know that sound, then you know what movie we are recasting this week. On this episode, we discuss all things Bond. We debate what makes a good Bond and whether or not Pierce Brosnan effectively carries the torch. GoldenEye has some ups and downs. It suffers from a really mediocre script. Had that been better, I think that more …
 
This week, we recast Law Abiding Citizen. We’ve had this on our list for quite some time, even though I had very little interest in it. However, Mike finally talked me into it, and I gotta say, I enjoyed it way more than I ever expected to. I had seen it before and I definitely didn’t like it all that much. Now that I’ve given the movie its due cre…
 
Once again, I find myself distracted while I try to write this blog. This time, it’s the really bad Rent network TV special. Oh boy, is it bad. I guess that’s what happens when the whole cast weren’t even born when the show was written. I should tell you, I should tell you that this week’s episode is the final installment of the TRC Roundtable seri…
 
Round three of our Roundtable series is this week’s episode and we finally talk about a topic that is near and dear to our hearts. It’s a topic that has been a staple of our conversations since our inception, and it’s just plain fun to talk about. This week, we announce our first annual The Recasting Couch “That Guy” Hall of Fame. Also known as the…
 
Welcome back to the second installment of The Recasting Couch Roundtable series. Last year, we tackled all of the reboots and remakes and how Hollywood is running out of ideas. This week, we talk about the classic movies that could never be made today. We go on a little bit of a tear to start this one off, but once we settle in we have some fun dis…
 
We’re back with another installment of The Recasting Couch Two Man Roundtable series! We’ve got some fun topics planned for this year. This week is breaking down the Best Picture race at the 1995 Oscars. It came down to Pulp Fiction, Forrest Gump, Shawshank Redemption, Quiz Show, and Four Weddings and a Funeral. Forrest Gump was the victor that nig…
 
This week we recast the adaptation of the Dan Brown novel, The DaVinci Code. A really good book that was turned into a pretty good movie. Directed by Ron Howard and starring Tom Hanks, and Audrey Tautou, this movie’s got pretty much everything you want in a big blockbuster, including huge box office sales and poor critical reception. Mike and I con…
 
This week we recast Bad Santa, which….wasn’t as bad as I was expecting it to be. This foul-mouthed little chucklehead of a movie somehow hit on a lot of right notes, but also missed drastically on others. To be honest, neither of us were looking forward to this. Bad Santa has been done to death, but it’s literally the only contemporary Christmas mo…
 
Oh man, do we have a huge pile of shit ready for you this week (but I mean that in the best way possible This is a nice piece of shit) Who gots the lighta? Swordfish is the absolute trainwreck that we are recasting this week. Holy hell. This may be the greatest “on paper” casting that fell to total dogshit that we’ve ever recast (Armageddon notwith…
 
So I’m supposed to write a blog about our latest episode where we recast Galaxy Quest. But that’s incredibly hard when I’ve got Chappelle’s Show playing in the background. I could write about Tim Allen and Sigourney Weaver anchoring this meta sci-fi classic, but I’m too busy learning about the time Eddie Murphy’s older brother kicked Rick James in …
 
Scott Pilgrim vs the World is an ode to video games, but it barely references any specifically. It’s weird, but it makes the movie feel more “real” in its unique universe. This movie’s outsized budget (85-90 million) doesn’t necessarily show up on the screen, but I say that not trying to take anything away from the movie, which we both really enjoy…
 
After what feels like an eternity, we are finally able to recast The Birdcage. A movie the two of us absolutely love (yes, in that way). The Birdcage tells the story of Armand Goldman, played by Robin Williams, and his life partner Albert, (Nathan Lane), as they deal with the engagement of Armand’s (highly unlikely) biological son, Val (Dan Futterm…
 
Oh, man. This is definitely one of my favorite episodes we’ve done so far. Not only are we casting the 1984 blockbuster cult classic* Ghostbusters, we also have a very special guest joining us, Jennifer Runyon (@runyon2runyon)! We’ve been trying to get her on for a while, and now that we’ve finally been able to make it happen, it couldn’t have been…
 
In an attempt to cleanse the palate from a month full of murder and mayhem, we attempted to select the most innocent and earnest movie we could think of, and we landed on Sixteen Candles. This John Hughes classic was a lot of fun to talk about (not so much fun to cast…). It’s first of the three huge hits starring Molly Ringwald. 1984 was Sixteen Ca…
 
What happens when you combine voodoo, a child sized doll, and Chris Sarandon? You get Child’s Play. The 1988 horror classic that was way better than it had any business being. Not that this was a critical or box office darling, it flourished in the VHS rental market. At least enough for several sequels and I believe they are planning a reboot, beca…
 
“Do you like Huey Lewis and the News?” We do, and that’s why we recast American Psycho this week. The movie adaptation of this Bret Easton Ellis novel was Christian Bale’s breakout role as Patrick Bateman; the quintessential 80’s Wall Street douchebag sociopath, who’s extravagant life is so empty that he has to hallucinate the brutal murders of sev…
 
This week we cover Shutter Island. What a fun movie to talk about. We think that this movie is very underrated. For the thriller genre, this is about as perfect a movie as you can make. Everyone from DiCaprio and Ruffalo to John Carroll Lynch and Elias Koteas act their asses off. The "soundtrack" is fantastic and matches the off kilter, dark tone o…
 
So...Maximum Overdrive. The next in our Spooky/October/Halloween themed month. Which this may be the last of because ALL of the good Halloween movies get pulled from streaming services and move to the “premium channels”. If you aren’t familiar with this film, there is the most amazing 3 minute breakdown on youtube. This is a movie. Written and dire…
 
You know, sometimes things don’t always work out the way you planned them. Sometimes it ends up going to shit, but if you are broadcast masters like us, you just find a way to pump out unbelievable content regardless of the circumstances. The universe gifted us a last minute rescheduling, and we decided to do a Quick Cast. Which leads us to our mov…
 
We have a treat of a movie this week! Field of Dreams is not only known for being one of the best baseball movies of all time, but it’s simply a wonderful film. Nominated for 3 awards at the 1990 Oscars (Best Picture, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Music for James Horner’s exquisite score). This movie’s got it all. Kevin Costner doing what he does b…
 
We’ve got another heist movie on tap this week with the 1992 surprise success, Sneakers. Honestly, I can’t really understand how this made as much money as it did. Robert Redford was significantly passed his prime and coasting off of his innate charisma, Dan Aykroyd provides zero comic relief, River Phoenix is a a weird spastic guy that is unlike p…
 
We’ve been waiting for this one for a loooooong time. Get Shorty is one of our favorites. This movie is absolutely dripping with style, thanks to a soundtrack by John Lurie, Booker T and the MG’s and Us3. It is anchored by a comeback performance from John Travolta, but Danny Devito steals the show as the ultimate Hollywood turd, Martin Weir. I dare…
 
This week we make our triumphant return from the abyss with the 1996 Farrelly Brothers classic, Kingpin. I just...I don’t know. I don’t know how to feel about this movie. I think that the Farrelly Bros hadn’t quite figured out their unique formula of raunchy, weird, and charming that they were able to perfect with There’s Something About Mary; Me, …
 
We finally have our first theme week! We are recasting The Lost Boys, the 80’s vampire classic, but we are only allowed to cast with 90’s actors. Not the easiest task when you’ve got legends like Kiefer Sutherland, Jason Patric, and the Two Coreys involved. In addition to that 80’s royalty, Dianne Wiest is her lovable, hippie self, and Jami Gertz i…
 
This week we are joined by Mike's hetero life mate, Ian, to recast the 80's comedy, Trading Places. This classic tackles serious social issues relating to socioeconomics and race very delicately and with great nuance. This is no laughing matter. I'm just kidding, they make fun of everyone in a very crass and un-PC way with all of the 80's charm tha…
 
Sorry for the late post but the universe seems to be against us this week. Maybe it's because of how badly one of us savages this movie. Let's just say that we are not on the same page in regards to our feelings about the quality of this movie. One of us is extremely unkind in his assessment and the other is wrong. Take a listen and see who you agr…
 
Con Air is our recast of choice this week. We have some split opinions on the quality of this movie and imagine a movie a little darker in tone. We moved heaven and earth to get this out on time, so you jerks better appreciate it. Just kidding, we love you all. Share your picks with us on twitter @recastingpod, or facebook.com/therecastingcouch, or…
 
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