Episode 43 – Best of the 90’s: Slater V Slater

Leah & Shawn are here to figure out which is the best Christian Slater Movie: Heathers or Pump Up The Volume.

Brian from Comic Store West is on hand to declare a winner.

The Digressions-
* Brad still believes Kuffs is Christian Slater’s best movie.
* Brian is partial to Slater’s cameo in Star Trek: Undiscovered Country.
* DC Rebirth is awesome.
* Alan Moore has retired from writing comics (kinda).
* There are a lot of new versions of established comic book heroes.

There is a bunch of cool stuff coming to Comic Store West, including:
-Batman Day Saturday, September 17.
-Halloween Comic Fest on Saturday, October 29.
-The Extra Life event on Saturday, November 5, which will benefit The Johns Hopkins Children’s Hospital.
-Local Comic Shop Day on Saturday, November 19.

To find out more, check out ComicStoreWest.com or go to their Facebook Page.

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Episode 7 – Talking Soundtracks: The Crow

Episode 7 of Movie That Marvel is available now.

Join us for Part 1 (of 3?  Of 4?  Don’t know yet) of our Comic Book Movie Soundtrack Series.

New Panelist Leah joins the show to talk about the Crow.  And Brad talks about Prince’s Batman Soundtrack.

Remember when this was a podcast about Marvel movies?  Neither do we!

It wouldn’t be Movies That Marvel if there weren’t regressions.  This time, we go off path talking about:

  • The value of girls to the podcast. Specifically, they talk about who looks good wearing leather.
  • Christian Slater.
  • His movie Kuffs, which Brad feels is overlooked.
  • Matthew Sweet. And how cool it was Leah got to meet him.
  • The fact Brad once bought a Richard Marx album.
  • Concerts in Philadelphia.
  • Nick Cage occasionally coming out of his haze and putting together a decent performance.

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