Save the Movies is back with content I couldn’t be arsed to edit for almost a year!
Scott and absurdly talented henchman Lee watch Enchanted, a delightful deconstruction of a Disney princess movie. Be...Show More
Hey hey, we’re posting podcasts again! Apologies for the bad sound. We had some recording issues. I compressed the crap out of it, so you should be able to hear both of us at least.
Scott and murder h...Show More
Scott and bandit with a heart of gold Lee watch Krull, the 80s era Star Wars adjacent fantasy movie that just won’t stop (killing bandits).
Much ado about: Peter Clines, Han Solo movie predictions (mo...Show More
Scott, cappuccino lover Lee, and special guest and bon vivant Mark Finn watch Hudson Hawk, a Bruce Willis movie from before he became exclusively an American Cool Guy. It turns out Bruce Willis was in...Show More
Scott and animated movie enthusiast Lee do what started as a mini podcast about Episode 1 of Niko and the Sword of Light to test out a new mixer and audio equipment, and turns into quite the mix of no...Show More
Scott and kangaroo with no discernible accent Lee watch Sing. An animated movie from Illumination, the same studio of Minions infamy, about animals having an American Idol style show. Not sold yet? Gi...Show More
Scott and scantily clad hawk man Lee review Flash (Aaaah) Gordon. Based on one of the few comics Lee somehow doesn’t have encyclopedic knowledge of, Flash Gordon follows the exploits of the eponymous...Show More
Scott and the original manic pixie dream girl Lee watch Xanadu. Not sure if it’s okay to like a goofy fun movie? Is it ironic to like Xanadu in 2017? Does anybody even know what irony is anymore? Forg...Show More
Scott and doomed narcoleptic Lee watch Freddy vs Jason, just in time for Halloween (give or take a month). A surprisingly well constructed crossover that is a better Batman vs Superman than Zach Snyde...Show More
Scott and asshole with a point Lee watch Sunshine, a sci-fi movie from Danny Boyle (yes that Danny Boyle). We dive into why Sunshine is good sci-fi, and wonder why the ending is so awful. Boyle flirts...Show More