Now, You’re in the Sunken Place

Discussion Episode:  Get Out

Finally, Jordan Peele follows up 2017’s Get Out with Us.  Hugely anticipated around the Movies on Up studios, Lupita Nyong’o, Elizabeth Moss and Winston Duke all headline the next offering from Peele, who’s quickly climbing our rankings for the next horror Director Deathmatch.  To get pumped, we take a look back at Get Out.

Thanks to The Champions of All Time for the theme music.  It comes from the song “Home” off the CD/DVD Bridges Burned/Lessons Learned.  Also check out the new release from former TCOAT frontman and current Movies on Up Continuity Policeman, Jason West here.

And a BIG thanks to Morgan Jim Cole for our fly, new logo.

Roller Coaster of Finger Love

Discussion Episode:  Favorite Movies Featuring Theme/Amusement Parks

Nothing says summer like an amusement park, and Nickelodeon has us thinking summer with the release of Wonder Park.  Which got Dave and I to wondering about our favorite movie theme parks.

Thanks to The Champions of All Time for the theme music.  It comes from the song “Home” off the CD/DVD Bridges Burned/Lessons Learned.  Also check out the new release from former TCOAT frontman and current Movies on Up Continuity Policeman, Jason West here.

And a BIG thanks to Morgan Jim Cole for our fly, new logo.

Another Mar-Vellous List

Discussion Episode:  Favorite Jude Law Movies

The Endgame for Marvel’s Phase Three movies kicks off with Captain Marvel, and we thought it would be a wonderful time to do a list of our favorite Brie Larson movies.  Trouble is, we’d probably only have five between us, and since we’ve already done our favorite Samuel L Jackson movies, the honor this week fell to Jude Law.

Thanks to The Champions of All Time for the theme music.  It comes from the song “Home” off the CD/DVD Bridges Burned/Lessons Learned.  Also check out the new release from former TCOAT frontman and current Movies on Up Continuity Policeman, Jason West here.

And a BIG thanks to Morgan Jim Cole for our fly, new logo.

Ghosted

Discussion Episode:  Favorite Love Movies Wherein (at least) One of the Lovers Dies

This week, Tyler Perry returns with a Medea Family Funeral.  We had designs on doing another funeral comedy, Death at a Funeral, but since this is the month of love, we thought we’d go with love stories that would end in a funeral.  That is to say that one of the lovers dies.  It’s a bummer but a fun list.

Thanks to The Champions of All Time for the theme music.  It comes from the song “Home” off the CD/DVD Bridges Burned/Lessons Learned.  Also check out the new release from former TCOAT frontman and current Movies on Up Continuity Policeman, Jason West here.

And a BIG thanks to Morgan Jim Cole for our fly, new logo.

Oscar Grouch(es)

Discussion Episode:  The 91st Academy Awards

Well, we’re a movie podcast and this is an awards show about movies, so I guess we have to talk about the noms and the winners.  Save yourself some time, listen up, see who wins and tell everyone you know so that they don’t have to waste their Sunday night as well.

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Thanks to The Champions of All Time for the theme music.  It comes from the song “Home” off the CD/DVD Bridges Burned/Lessons Learned.  Also check out the new release from former TCOAT frontman and current Movies on Up Continuity Policeman, Jason West here.

And a BIG thanks to Morgan Jim Cole for our fly, new logo.

You Can Say That Again

Discussion Episode:  They Came Together

To cash in on the one day a year when we love our significant others, Rebel Wilson stars in Todd Strauss-Schulson’s Isn’t it Romantic.  This is Strauss-Schulson’s follow-up to a movie we like an awful lot, The Final Girls, but since we dedicate an entire month to movies like that, we thought we’d highlight another self-aware romantic comedy: David Wain’s They Came Together.

Movies On UP! is on Stitcher!

Thanks to The Champions of All Time for the theme music.  It comes from the song “Home” off the CD/DVD Bridges Burned/Lessons Learned.  Also check out the new release from former TCOAT frontman and current Movies on Up Continuity Policeman, Jason West here.

And a BIG thanks to Morgan Jim Cole for our fly, new logo.