Two classic stories that tell the heroic deeds of the lower class come together in one exciting new mashup. Aladdin and Robin Hood--both underdogs who become legends--were always meant to be in a story together…because they both happened to have movi...Show More
We apologize for this coming out a little late. As part of our Tarantino Trek vs. Waititi Wars challenge, we expanded on everyone's favorite part of the new Star Wars movie--the meaningless side quest in the [redacted]. This episode, we do a pretty g...Show More
As the SilverScreen Redemption method for making movies leaks into the real world, we give Quentin Tarantino some tips on his upcoming Star Trek film. We make a lot of decisions real Star Trek fans would probably hate, but sometimes you have to break...Show More
Houston was off getting married this week, but we were fortunate to have Jake and Krystal Bush, two of our studio executives with us as we back away from the big-budget Marvel movies of last week and explore a couple of lesser-known, quirky, indie fl...Show More
Better late than never! This week, we ignore the fact that people are kind of sick of Lego movies and take the franchise in…actually a pretty likely direction. Like, we talk a big game sometimes, but I could actually see Lego making this movie. Serio...Show More
This might be Houston's least favorite episode title of all time. Disney just released Mega Budget Movie 78 and we want to celebrate. Disney is getting ready to launch its streaming service and we wanted to kick it off by making up a TV series with i...Show More
Well folks, we tried to redeem a movie that had the potential for greatness and ultimately fell short, and hopefully ACTUALLY Redeem the Silverscreen; Instead we gave up and talked about what every other movie podcast is currently doing, and tried to...Show More
SEASON 3! Thank you to everyone who stuck with us while we dealt with technology issues for the last couple of months. We are back on track and ready to bring you 'the movies that Hollywood won't make on a regular basis. Enjoy this nostalgic mashup ...Show More
This is the most prep we've ever done for an episode. We actually "researched stuff" and "played a lot of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate" in preparation for our most perfect "Perfect Cast" ever. That's right. We cast every single character that appears i...Show More
It's about time that Bryan and Houston represent their Utah heritage with its presitigous film history. The pair return from their questionable experience at Sundance Film festival and decide to do something they rarely ever do on their movie podcast...Show More
Yeah, we jumped on the choose your own adventure train and did a Bandersnatch. But not like you'd think. We didn't make some kind of fancy branching podcast where the listener can choose their own adventure. Houston just made Bryan choose his way thr...Show More
We all lived in fear of the technological disaster coming at the end of 1999, but didn't even see the technological disaster awaiting our podcast at the end of 2018 where we lost 2 episodes. But we're back and better than ever. In honor of our own pe...Show More
With the help of self-proclaimed prequel cynic Cavan Helps, we set out to make the ultimate sequel that even he can enjoy. After discussing the highs and lows of prequels in cinematic history, we finally settle on a Hunger Games prequel that sounds…p...Show More
We get some help this episode from some new studio executives...who have never listened to the show. What results is a pretty sweet prequel to I, Robot…that explains the cause behind all of modern life's great mysteries--Facebook, Google, and why the...Show More
Looks like we're expanding the holiday cinematic universe once again and there's no sign of stopping. This recording session is all a blur at this point; even while recording we weren't in our right minds because we couldn't even create a movie title...Show More
If you start listening to this episode and get excited by the prospect of a high budget reboot of the Disney Channel Original Movie, Halloweentown, I'm sorry to say we pull the rug out on that idea. Instead, Houston forces his will and we celebrate t...Show More
We've been craving a new spooky, non-horror movie to celebrate the arrival of Halloween season, so we went ahead and made one. Legally, we have to say that this isn't a sequel to the 1985 cult classic movie Clue, but let's be honest--it kind of is. H...Show More
Creativity never rests, but people certainly do. As Bryan excitedly prepares for his trip to Chicago by revisiting the Windy City classic Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Houston stumbles through the episode in his sleep-deprived state just waiting for it t...Show More
Oops, we made a sequel to the Three Amigos based on the music of one of Bryan's favorite bands, They Might Be Giants. I feel like you don't need any more information than that. I think we also earned the distinction of being the first comedy podcast ...Show More
Bryan and Houston head in some interesting directions while struggling to keep all of Hollywood's hottest Chrises and Kristens in line. When Bryan came up with this episode concept, he didn't consider the fact that there's currently a film in theater...Show More
In this Enya-infused episode, we explore the possibilities of the new Oscars "popular" category by giving a second chance to movies that could have won it if it had existed sooner. It's good we were doing a mashup episode to give us more chances at s...Show More
In this episode, we find out Houston is really good at guessing Tom Cruise trivia. Or is he secretly president of the Tom Cruise fan club? Either way, our Mission Impossible sequel is a completely grounded, logical homage to Tom Cruise's illustrious ...Show More
Honestly, we burned through a lot of the big movies this summer in the last one, so we were left with Hotel Transylvania 3. I think most people agree that Adam Sandler has really found where he belongs with the HT franchise, but we wanted to revisit ...Show More
Okay, so we're honestly not that psyched about Jurassic World 2: Fallen Kingdom, but we figured we had to do something with it. Basically this is our reality show episode with a few mentions of Jurassic World. I realized after we recorded that some l...Show More
The time has come. We've been relying on making sequels to other people's movies for too long. This time we made a sequel to our own movie that we also came up with this episode. We took lessons from some of the world's biggest franchises: Santo Cont...Show More
I guess we're not going to wait to see Incredibles 2 before making the next entry in the franchise. This one is all about FroZone and his family. Nope, we didn't know their last name is Best either or we probably would have given the movie a fun name...Show More
While Houston and Bryan can't agree on the worst season of Community, they can agree that it deserves #6seasonsandamovie. Continuing to ride the Infinity War high, we create the *next* most ambitious crossover event in history. Also, we have to trick...Show More
IF YOU HAVE NOT SEEN AVENGERS INFINITY WAR YET, READ HERE: Houston and Bryan typically like to make up fake spoilers for movies that have recently come out for comedic purposes. However, sometimes those fake spoilers are strangely on point. We make u...Show More
Did you know Elton John is the executive producer of Sherlock Gnomes? Yeah, *that* Elton John. That's why the movies are filled with his gnomber one hit songs. Anyways, we made a sequel to it without knowing that. Man, I bet we could have done some g...Show More
Houston was sick for this episode, so Bryan and Studio Executive Kalen Black talk about something he has zero to little interest in, High School Musical. Cool, that's fine, talk about it while he is away. But guess who still had to edit it anyways an...Show More
As we review the best of the best movies that we've ever seen, we get nervous about making jokes about actual good movies, so we end up making a great sequel to Atlantis: The Lost Empire, one of the most underrated animated movies of all time. But ye...Show More
Should you make the movie or read the book first? Holly from the hit podcast Shelley Has Opinions (www.shelleyhasopinions.com) has opinions…and helps us make a hit movie based on one of the least likely books to base a movie on. Also, we cure racism ...Show More
We bring some real credibility to the show this Oscars Special by bringing on the director (indirectly) responsible for directing The Last Jedi and (even more indirectly) Looper. As we try to make the Best Picture Nominees more relatable for the aver...Show More
In honor of the Golden Raspberry awards, we turn our attention to the worst of the worst of 2017. Somehow, we end up turning the whole thing into a Pokemon thing and revealing that Weird Al is the true "Last Knight" of Transformers. I guess that's wh...Show More
There's, like, actual spoilers in this one. Why? Because we're talking about a movie that hasn't come out yet. How, you ask? Because for once, we actually picked up a book. In this reverse-Jumanji tribute (which is actually just original Jumanji) to ...Show More
Time to Ragnarok 'n' Roll with our Marvel Movie Mash. If you know Kevin Feige (not pronounced like 'beige' I found out), you might want to let him know about this episode. He'll probably take all of the current plans for the MCU and throw them in a d...Show More
The Silverscreen Redemption finds the perfect way to celebrate Halloween... by letting Christmas steal the spotlight! We actually talk about all the Holidays from Thanksgiving to Columbus Day as we do our best to steer clear of social-political overt...Show More
Today we get direct help from one of our studio execs, Joseph Young. No dogs die in this movie…because they're already dead! (No, it's not a Burton nor a Shyamalan movie.) Let's be honest: this one got away from us a little bit. But then we got it ba...Show More
It's a double feature this week, kids! It's a clown sequel and then a clown sequel to THAT clown sequel! We're kicking off the Halloween season with some Nickelback-infused intrigue and circus-inspired murder shenanigans. In true Silverscreen Studios...Show More
Today, we get direct help from one our studio execs, Jaik Young. After coming dangerously close to making a Walter Mitty sequel, we dive into the secret life of dinosaurs. Also, I guess we're really into Christopher Nolan making kids movies into exis...Show More
I promise we don't whisper the whole episode. We do, however, say a lot of German-sounding names wrong, despite the fact that Houston speaks German. Also, our Logan Lucky/James Bond crossover ends up sounding suspiciously like the plot of Cars 2
Bryan is scared of every single guest on this episode. Houston is suspiciously absent for those parts. We make a movie where Batman is hunting down Waldo. Yeah, like Where's Waldo. At least the source material has more plot than emojis.
Spoilers: B...Show More
Christopher Nolan is at it again. A mind-bending sequel to the film that was just waiting for the Nolan treatment: The Boss Baby.
Featured movie: The Bro Baby?Inspired by: The Boss BabyDirected by: Christopher NolanStarring: Alec Baldw...Show More
Alternate titles for our movie this week: Kangaroo Court, The Men Who Stare at Kangaroos, Prison Break: Kangaroo Edition, Kangaroo Max. Apparently talking about apes made us want to talk about kangaroos.
Spoilers: Planet of the Apes (1968)
Featured m...Show More
Who's your favorite Uncle Ben? Cliff Robertson, Martin Sheen…or Bruce Campbell? Everything old is new again in this endlessly rebootable franchise.
Spoilers: Spider-man: Homecoming
Featured movie: Spider-M4nInspired by: Spider-man: HomecomingDirected...Show More
We save the film industry in this experimental episode about experimental film. Samuel L. Jackson's directorial debut serves as the inspiration for a whole new way to experience theater.
Spoilers: At some point we talk about Optimus Prime eating Mate...Show More
Any movie podcast can make fun of Tom Cruise's failed reboot of the Mummy. We're the only ones with the guts to actually do something about it. Check out our quirky version of the ""Dark Universe"". It's got Bill Murray, I guess.
Spoilers: Ghost of F...Show More
Inspired by the recent success of Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman, we figure out what other ways women in Hollywood can be empowered today. Did you realize Sigourney Weaver is in Alien *and* Galaxy Quest? Neither did we.
Featured movie: Lady ...Show More
Time to watch the stars of Baywatch vs. the directors of Pirates 5 in the hallucinogen-fueled grudge match no one asked for. Is Orlando Bloom good at swordfighting or archery or neither?
Spoilers in this episode: None
Featured movie: Pirates of the C...Show More
Bryan assumes the Alien franchise is somehow about Jesus just because one of them is called Resurrection. Anna Kendrick narrates an otherwise non-verbal, non-human retelling of the book of Exodus.
Spoilers in this episode: Alien and Predator franchis...Show More
Get your Ooga Chakas ready everyone! It's time to talk about the galaxy's favorite guardians. We share our fascination with trailer music and make Rocket and Groot look like Wallace and Gromit.
Spoilers in this episode: Guardians of the Galaxy, vol. ...Show More
In our debut episode, we express our love for La La Land and our frustration with Seb's hypocrisy. Houston hasn't seen all of That Thing You Do! and neither of us know anything about John Legend other than he's in La La Land and has a yellow turtlene...Show More