This week the fellas continue to rank and review every DCOM with Jumping Ship, the sequel to Horse Sense.Thanks to Jacob Dixon for the intro musicFollow us on Instagram @play_it_by_earpod
Al and Val are joined by pal Sam to return to Halloweentown...oops no go to Halloweentown High...oops they're not at Halloweentown High...what is happening in this movie? We don't know, but Lucas Grabeel is in it.Halloweentown High (October 8, 2004)IMDB WikipediaDirected by Mark A.Z. Dippé (Pixel Perfect - mostly VFX credits)Written by Paul Bernbaum (Halloweentowns) & Dan Berendson (Up Up and Away, Scream Team, Eddie's Million Dollar Cookoff, Stuck in the Suburbs, Twitches, Twitches Two, Cheetah Girls: One World, Hannah Montana movie, Wizards of Waverly Place the movie, Camp Rock 2, Sabrina the Teenage Witch)Starring: Kimberly J. Brown as Marnie Piper (Halloweentown, Quints, a lot of soaps)Debbie Reynolds as Agatha "Aggie" Cromwell (Singing in the Rain, The Unsinkable Molly Brown, The Debbie Reynolds Show, Rugrats, Will & Grace)Judith Hoag as Gwen Piper (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Armageddon, Big Love, Nashville, The Magicians)Joey Zimmerman as Dylan Piper (mostly stopped acting)Emily Roeske as Sophie Piper (doesn't act)Finn Wittrock as Cody Trainer (Unbroken, My All American, The Big Short, La La Land, Landline, American Crime Story, If Beale Street Could Talk, Judy, American Horror Story, Ratched)Clifton Davis as Principal Phil Flannigan (Amen, Any Given Sunday, Max Keebles Big Move, Madam Secretary, Godfather of Harlem)Lucas Grabeel as Ethan Dalloway (Return to Halloweentown, HSM 1-3, Milk, Switched at Birth, Family Guy, HSM the Musical the Series)Eliana Reyes as Cassie (almost no other credits - stopped in 2006)Michael Flynn as Edgar Dalloway (Halloween 4, Everwood, one ep of HSMTMTS)Olesya Rulin as Natalie (Hounded, Poof Point, HSM 1-3, Greek, NCIS LA) Todd Michael Schwartzman as Pete (HSM is only other credit)Frank Welker provided special vocal effects (Fred on Scooby Doo, Dr. Claw on Inspector Gadget, Megatron on Transformers, Hefty & Poet on The Smurfs, Ducktales, Alvin & the Chipmunks, Talespin, The Real Ghostbusters, Kermit on Muppet Babies, Darkwing Duck, Tiny Toon Adventures, Garfield & Friends, Pocahontas, Mortal Kombat, Aladdin TV Series, Captain Planet, Independence Day, Space Jam, Mars Attacks, George of the Jungle, The Mask TV Show, 101 Dalmations TV Show, Animaniacs, Mulan, Pinky & The Brain, Hercules TV Series & Video Game, Timon & Pumba TV Show, Buzz Lightyear Star Command, Recess, Tarzan TV Shows, The Mummy Returns, Dexter's Laboratory, House of Mouse, New York Minute, Johnny Bravo, Kingdom Hearts 1 & 2, Lilo & Stitch TV Show, Kim Possible, George in Curious George, McDonaldland, Shrek Forever After, Toy Story 3, World of Warcraft, Futurama, Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, The Simpsons)Synopsis: Marnie organises a student exchange programme between her mortal school and the Halloweentown High. The first students to participate in this programme are a witch, a warlock, a troll and an ogre.Fun Facts: Made it more family friendly when II got criticism for being too darkEmily Roeske's last film / Lucas Grabeel's first filmNext Movie: Now You See It ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Imagine being an only child when suddenly, your parents have quints, and your previously peaceful home life is shattered by five wild and wacky babies! That certainly sounds like a premise rich in comic potential, doesn't it? Well too bad, this is a DCOM, so instead we get Quints (2000), a movie that barely features the quints of the title, but instead focuses on their older sister Jamie Grover (Kimberly J. Brown), who is neither wacky, nor a baby. How will Jamie cope with no longer being the centre of her parents' world? Is getting into George Washington Science Magnet School truly where her heart lies? Can we actually see the quints, though, please? The answers to these questions, and more, await! If you've watched Quints and have your own thoughts, email them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a chance to have them read out on the show. This episode is sponsored by Zocdoc. If you're in the US, go to Zocdoc.com/mcc and download the Zocdoc app for FREE. Thanks also to sponsor Volante design. Go to volantedesign.us and use code momcantcook for 10% off your entire order. Contact Multitude for Advertising Inquiries: multitude.productions/ads Check out the official Mom Can't Cook! store for sweet merch: momcantcookstore.com
Vanessa, Candace, and Maggie discuss this DCOM classic for St. Patrick's Day. Wear your green and join us on this nostalgic ride that shows us if it wasn't hard enough being high school, how about if you also were a leprechaun who depended on a magic coin to be cool? Sláinte!
It's Disney Channel Original Movie week, and Kyle and Amanda are talking You Lucky Dog! Plus, a little about the Academy Awards and Everything Everywhere All At Once.E-Mail: email@example.comTwitter: @greatmousecastInstagram: @greatmousecastTikTok: @greatmousepodcast
Today we discuss the Disney Channel Original Movie Avalon High and we have some opinions to give... Website - www.thepodcastdiaries.com Facebook - The Podcast Diaries Instagram - @thepodcastdiary1 Twitter - @thepodcastdiary Gmail - firstname.lastname@example.org Anchor - www.anchor.fm/thepodcastdiaries
How are the boyz supposed to know if a DCOM is a "real" movie if they don't even put the word "movie" in the title?! Well, despite not apparently being an actual movie, Teen Beach 2 is still pretty fun! Plus, Lucas overshares about a trip to the beach, while Jacob tries to quickly change the subject after bringing up OnlyFans. Wikipedia entry for Teen Beach 2
Go twitches, go twitches! In this week's episode, we dissect Twitches, a DCOM that premiered on October 14, 2005 and starred Tia and Tamera Mowry. Join us as we discuss magical representation, separated twins, the darkness, musty gloves, and more! Notable Mentions + References in This Episode: Animorphs Plotlines (Twitter thread) I'm Going Down - Sister, Sister Rush - Aly & AJ Hamlet Twitches Alternate Ending McDonald's McNuggets - Don't Be Stingy Halloweentown (Episode 009) Christmas Special (Episode 018) The Scream Team (Epsiode 049) The Cheetah Girls (Episode 050) Connect with us: Instagram: @in_hindsight_pod Twitter: @in_hindsightpod Want us to dissect one of your favorite childhood movies? Slide in our DMs or email us at email@example.com! Thanks for listening! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/in-hindsight/message
Al & Val joined loved ones on a Naval cruise that gets...complicated due to world eventsCW: September 11, 2001Tiger Cruise (August 6, 2004)IMDB WikipediaDirected by Duwayne Dunham (Little Giants, Halloweentown, The Thirteenth Year, Ready to Run, Double Teamed, Right on Track, Now You See It, Clone Wars + Edited Return of the Jedi)Written by Anna Sandor (TV biopics & American Girl Doll movies), Bruce Graham (Ring of Endless Light, Right on Track, Anastasia, Dunston Checks In) Starring: Hayden Panettiere as Madeline "Maddie" Dolan (Remember the Titans, Heroes, Nashville) Bill Pullman as Commander Gary Dolan (Spaceballs, A League of Their Own, While You Were Sleeping, Independence Day, The Sinner)Bianca Collins as Tina (Unfabulous, Gigantic)Nathaniel Lee, Jr. as Anthony (stopped in 2015)Mercedes Colon as Grace (Character Actor)Mehcad Brooks as Kenny (Glory Road, Desperate Housewives, Necessary Roughness, Supergirl, Law & Order)Jansen Panettiere as Joey (some voice acting)Lisa Dean Ryan as Diane (Doogie Howser, character actor)Troy Evans as Chuck Horner (China Beach, ER, Bosch)Ty O'Neal as Danny Horner (Mighty Ducks, stopped in 2005)Chris Ellis as Captain Anderson (My Cousin Vinny, Apollo 13, Armageddon, October Sky, Catch Me If You Can, McFarland USA)Gary Weeks as Lieutenant Tom Hillman (character actor)Barbara Niven as Kate Dolan (character actor)Jennette McCurdy as Kiley Dolan (iCarly, Mark Christopher Lawrence as Pop (character actor)Brian Tee as MA2 Chen (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Wolverine, Jurassic World, Chicago Med)Synopsis: Cmdr. Gary Dolan (Bill Pullman) is in charge of a naval carrier that is on a "tiger cruise," which involves family members joining their seafaring relatives out on the ocean. Dolan's precocious young daughter, Maddie (Hayden Panettiere), is along on the cruise, partially to convince her father to take a position that involves less travel. However, family dynamics suddenly take a backseat when word reaches the ship that the September 11 attacks have occurred.Fun Facts: TV PG ratingFilmed on an actual Naval vesselNext Movie: Halloweentown High ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Mom Can't Cook! A DCOM Podcast
It's not clear at which point Kyle Johnson, protagonist of The Luck of the Irish (2001), is killed and the rest of the film is just the product of his neurons firing one last time, but it must be pretty early on because this is probably the most unhinged DCOM Andy and Luke have tackled so far. The movie tells the age-old story of a basketball-loving boy who discovers he hails from a family of leprechauns and - uh oh - begins transforming into a leprechaun when his lucky coin is stolen. Andy and Luke grapple hopelessly with the most baffling DCOM plot yet, but not as hopelessly as this movie grapples with accents, or weighty themes such as heritage and the immigrant experience. If you've watched The Luck of the Irish and have your own thoughts, email them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a chance to have them read out on the show. With thanks to this week's sponsor, Insert Coin Clothing. Visit insertcoinclothing.com and use code BELUCKY for 10% off online orders. Codes are not applicable on charity items, bundles, gift cards, postage and some products at launch. Codes cannot be combined with other deals or promotions and are valid until the end of 2023. Contact Multitude for Advertising Inquiries: multitude.productions/ads Check out the official Mom Can't Cook! store for sweet merch: momcantcookstore.com
Well, I hope the wait for this one didn't fill you all with anticipation or anything, because we've got quite a “unique” DCOM for you this month. Not only because of its whole vignette thing, but there's just something in its very DNA that just feels…off? It's kind of hard to put into words, so you will just need to listen along to try and understand exactly how it makes you feel. Although, I will give you a hint: the title of this episode is both a reference to the film itself and representative of what it is like to actually watch it. Luke respects canine actors and gets to bring back a catchphrase. Emma faces her mortal enemy and just wants to get through this. Talking Points: A Bad Word, A.I. Was Developed For DCOMs, Shaking It Up, Using the Title Word Wrong, Out Of Order Stories, Blatant Continuity Errors, The Anonymous High School, The CGIpad, Web-A-Zine?, Brought To You By Wonka, The Dog Is Sentient, The Confusing “Friend” Situation, Braces Representation, Everyone Is Rushing this Project, Picking A Fight With A Dog, A Shaggy Dog Situation, Making Life Is Ruff Look Good, Tony Gawk, Disney Channel Can't Joke About Male Scarves, Totally Crackin!, Do You Know Those Girls?, Murray Got The Hops, Julianne's Triple Grift, It All Falls Apart At Once, Shading Up, Eat Your Heart Out Joaquin Phoenix, WHAT IS UP WITH WALKER?, Zendaya Jackson: VP, Jahnn-Franque, GPS Sabotage, The Most Niche News From Lucy Delgoosy, Saving The Worst Vignette For Last, What Are These Rich People?, The Worst Twin Realization Scene Ever, The Rich Girl's Life Is Obviously The Best, Lahnce Is Here Now I Guess, The Frenemy Pissing Contest, Children Booked A Taco Truck, The Weird Arranged Marriage Between Rich Children, They Don't Know How To End This Movie…So Let's Have A Dance Party!
I Think You're Gonna Like This
Go sports ball!! We are finally talking about DCOMs, you are welcome friends. Jacqueline and Meghan discuss some of your favorites, their favorites, and some that maybe aren't the best? Follow I Think You're Gonna Like This Podcast on social media:InstagramFacebookTwitterWebsiteTikTokJacqueline InstagramMeghan Instagram
In this week's episode, we dissect The Proud Family Movie, a DCOM that premiered on August 19, 2005 and starred Kyla Pratt, Tommy Davidson, and Arsenio Hall Join us as we discuss dance battles, Black history, driving lessons, talking peanuts, and more! Notable Mentions + References in This Episode: Island Girl Sketch - All That The Proud Family Theme Song Looking for the Perfect Beat - Afrika Bambaataa, The Soulsonic Force Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room Peanut Dance Battle Willy Wonka's Oompa Loompas The Proud Family / Us Trailer Us Hip Hop Helicopter Louder and Prouder The Scream Team (Episode 049) Connect with us: Instagram: @in_hindsight_pod Twitter: @in_hindsightpod Want us to dissect one of your favorite childhood movies? Slide in our DMs or email us at email@example.com! Thanks for listening! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/in-hindsight/message
Trans Cinematic Universe Podcast
Jonathan and guest Kathryn Westall take their dirt bikes to planet "Motocrossed" for a classic DCOM spin on gender swap. They talk about child mechanics and if twins Andrea and Andrew both go by "Andy." Kathryn Westall: @sacredrootsyoga and @thrynagain TCU Podcast: @TCUpodHQ Jonathan Andre Culliton: @heathandhenshaw Bombshell Spookable
What are the chances that a DCOM called Bad Hair Day has more going on than its name implies? Well, that might be overselling it a bit, but this is not a DCOM you should sleep on... cause you might get bedhead! But seriously, this movie's alright. Plus, the great Milk versus Malk debate! Wikipedia entry for Bad Hair Day
In this week's episode, we dissect Life is Ruff, a DCOM that premiered on July 15, 2005 and starred Kyle Massey, Mitchel Musso, and Kay Panabaker. Join us as we discuss comic books, hijinks, dog shows, “urban youth”, and more! Notable Mentions + References in This Episode: Ed, Edd n Eddy Degrassi: The Next Generation Vanessa and The Wretched Kyle Massey - It's a Dog Brink! (Episode 007) Hounded (Episode 037) Connect with us: Instagram: @in_hindsight_pod Twitter: @in_hindsightpod Want us to dissect one of your favorite childhood movies? Slide in our DMs or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org! Thanks for listening! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/in-hindsight/message
This week the fellas watch and rank Hounded, a super good movie that totally isn't a waste of time! Thanks to Jacob Dixon for the intro musicFollow us on Instagram @play_it_by_earpod
Al & Val are joined by Val's Pal, Mad, an expert on being Stuck in the Suburbs and on the filming location, New Orleans. Stuck in the Suburbs (July 16, 2004)IMDB WikipediaDirected by Savage Steve Holland (Better of Dead, One Crazy Summer, TV/TV Movie Director - Lizzy McGuire, Even Stevens, etc.)Written by Wendy & Amy Engelberg (TV Writers - Clueless, Lizzy McGuire, Drop Dead Diva, Fuller House), & Dan Berendson (Up Up and Away, Scream Team, Eddie's Million Dollar Cookoff, Halloweentown High, Twitches, Twitches Two, Cheetah Girls: One World, Hannah Montana movie, Wizards of Waverly Place the movie, Camp Rock 2, Sabrina the Teenage Witch)Starring: Danielle Panabaker as Brittany Aarons (Sky High, Shark, a couple Hallmark movies, The Flash)Brenda Song as Natasha Kwon-Schwartz (Ultimate Christmas Present, Get a Clue, Phil of the Future, Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior, Suite Life, The Social Network, Station 19)Taran Killam as Jordan Cahill (Big Fat Liar, The Amanda Show, Just Married, SNL, 12 Years a Slave, The Awesomes, Single Parents, Nature Cat, American Crime Story, The NFL Pile On)Ryan Belleville as Eddie (Life on a Stick, Murdoch Mysteries, Winston Steinburger and Sir Dudley Ding Dong, Workin' Moms)Amanda Shaw as Kaylee Holland (Now You See It)Cici Hedgpeth as Ashley Simon (Stopped in 2008)Jennie Garland as Olivia Hooper (Stopped in 2010)Todd Stashwick as Len (character actor, The Riches, Heroes, 12 Monkeys, Kim Possible Movie, The Way Back) Kirsten Nelson as Susan Aarons (The Fugitive, Psych, character actor)Corri English as Jessie Aarons (mostly does voice work on video games, Skyrim, Star Wars: Old Republic, Final Fantasy, Mass Effect)Patrick Stogner as Cooper Aarons (stopped in 2012 and now has a credit in 2021)Synopsis: Fourteen-year-old Brittany Aarons and her friends are bored with their suburban lives until America's National Icon Jordan Cahill, a new pop singing/dancing sensation, arrives in town and his Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) falls into their hands.Fun Facts: Songs performed by Taran Killam were credited to his character, Jordan Cahill, both in the movie and on the soundtrack.First DCOM with an official soundtrackFilmed at Madeleine's HSNext Movie: Tiger Cruise ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Mom Can't Cook! A DCOM Podcast
You probably felt pretty smart the day you sent your clone to school in your place, leaving you free to play Dreamcast and eat microwave popcorn at home all day. But oh no! The clone is effortlessly better than you in every way. That's the nightmare scenario facing Will Browning (Andrew Lawrence) in this week's DCOM, The Other Me (2000). Andy and Luke discuss the film, as well as the best ways to remain un-strangled by your clone, and the folly of disguising your groundbreaking scientific endeavours as a brine shrimp export company. Listen for all this, plus: Are yo-yos cool, the NSYNC WhatsApp group and the introduction of our hot new IP, Ramp Warriors. If you've watched The Other Me and have your own thoughts, email them to us at email@example.com for a chance to have them read out on the show. With thanks to this week's sponsor, Insert Coin Clothing. Visit insertcoinclothing.com and use code ITTAKESTWOIE for 10% off online orders. Codes are not applicable on charity items, bundles, gift cards, postage and some products at launch. Codes cannot be combined with other deals or promotions and are valid until the end of 2023. Contact Multitude for Advertising Inquiries: multitude.productions/ads Check out the official Mom Can't Cook! store for sweet merch: momcantcookstore.com
In this week's episode, we dissect Go Figure, a DCOM that premiered on June 10, 2005 and starred Jordan Hinson, Cristine Rose, and Whitney Sloan. Join us as we discuss figure skating scandals, Russian stereotypes, twirl girls, parental jealousy, “hip-hop”, and more! Notable Mentions + References in This Episode: Everlife - Go Figure Junk - Life is Good Tonya Harding / Nancy Kerrigan Scandal Michelle Kwan Kristi Yamaguchi Showgirls Legally Blonde Sputnik Carrie Iyanla Vanzant Blades of Glory Genius (Episode 019) The Luck of the Irish (Episode 035) Connect with us: Instagram: @in_hindsight_pod Twitter: @in_hindsightpod Want us to dissect one of your favorite childhood movies? Slide in our DMs or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org! Thanks for listening! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/in-hindsight/message
This week is about our IT GIRLS! Josie, Alycia, and Yasmine start by addressing the Fenty Bowl (Rihanna's Super Bowl half-time show) before Coco Jones joins for a chat about her career in the music and entertainment industries, from Disney's Let It Shine to her debut EP "What I Didn't Tell You" and her lead role on Bel-Air.Show NotesCoco JonesBel-AirWhat I Didn't Tell You EPLet It Shine
Kyle and Amanda are watching Disney Channel Original Movie The Cheetah Girls! Plus, a little about Valentines Day and Top Gun Maverick.E-Mail: email@example.comTwitter: @greatmousecastInstagram: @greatmousecastTikTok: @greatmousepodcast
Perhaps one of the most beloved of our DCOM movies, Zenon is the focus of our discussion today! Reminisce with Waffles Vanessa, Candace, and Krista. Zoom zoom zoom!
In this week's episode, we dissect Kim Possible: So The Drama, a DCOM that premiered on April 8, 2005 and starred Christy Carlson Romano and Will Friedle. Join us (and our special guest Nicholas) as we discuss bendy straws, evil toys, prom, “Monique speak", and more! Notable Mentions + References in This Episode: Kim Possible - Call Me, Beep Me (Christina Milian) Kim Possible - Call Me, Beep Me (Movie Mix) Jesse McCartney - Get Your Shine On Christy Carlson Romano - Could It Be A Black Lady Sketch Show: Invisible Spy Dungeons & Dragons OGL Controversy Even Stevens Movie (Epsiode 054) Connect with us: Instagram: @in_hindsight_pod Twitter: @in_hindsightpod Want us to dissect one of your favorite childhood movies? Slide in our DMs or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org! Thanks for listening! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/in-hindsight/message
This week the fellas rank and review The Luck of the Irish!Thanks to Jacob Dixon for the intro musicFollow us on Instagram @play_it_by_earpod
Welcome back to another NOT regularly scheduled episode of Disney Deviants!We know we promised Stepsister From Planet Weird, but hopefully you can forgive us for this deviation, because we got to sit down and talk with the director of the ENTIRE Z-O-M-B-I-E-S franchise!After a DM to our Disney Deviants Instagram, we saw that Paul had not only listen to our last episode, but that he had was totally game from coming on the podcast to discuss all of the questions, comments, and concerns we had about the final (?) movie in the franchise. And our chaotic selves of course said yes! So sit down, relax, and make sure you grab a cup of tea, because we spill of our ours in this week's episode of Disney Deviants!
Al & Val close out the Zenon trilogy with a lazer zap! Zenon Z3 (June 11, 2004)IMDB WikipediaDirected by Steve Rash (Can't Buy Me Love, Eddie, a bunch of made for TV Sequels)Written by Stu Krieger (Zenon (1999), Smart House (1999), Phantom of the Megaplex (2000), Rip Girls (2000), Zenon: The Zequel (2001), The Poof Point (2001), Tru Confessions (2002), Gotta Kick it Up (2002), Going to the Mat (2004), Zenon Z3 (2004), Now You See It… (2005), Cow Belles (2006) )Starring: Kirsten Storms as Zenon Kar (Zenon, Zequel, Johnny Tsunami, General Hospital)Lauren Maltby as Margie Hammond (Zenon, Zequel, Stepsister from Planet Weird)Raven-Symoné as Nebula Wade (Zenon, Cheetah Girls 1&2, That's So Raven, Raven's Home, Tinkerbell series)Alyson Morgan as Dasha Plank (hasn't done much else, stopped in 2015)Stuart Pankin as Commander Edward Plank (Zenon, Zequel, The voice of the dad on Dinosaurs)Holly Fulger as Aunt Judy Cling-Plank (Zenon, Ellen, stopped in 2013)Glenn McMillan as Bronley Hale (Yellow Wind Ranger in a bunch of Power Ranger shows)Ben Easter as Sage Borealis (in a couple Mary Kate and Ashley things, stopped in 2015)Nathan Anderson as Proto Zoa (character actor)Synopsis: High achiever Zenon Kar is competing to win the Galactic Teen Supreme contest and celebrate at the Moonstock Festival in the year 2054. When Zenon wants to beat handsome competitor Bronley Hale, she runs headlong into moon activist Sage Borealis.Fun Facts: Stu wrote it as a feature film, but then they decided to keep it on a tv budgetFilmed in South AfricaWhen this movie premiered on Disney Channel, there was a contest when viewers had to count all the Z's hidden throughout the film.Next Movie: Stuck in the Suburbs ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Mom Can't Cook! A DCOM Podcast
Do you love The Incredibles and Encanto, but wish they'd been made for a budget of about $300? Weird thing to wish for, but turns out you're in luck! This week, Andy and Luke are discussing the DCOM Up, Up and Away (2000) in which young Scott Marshall, son of superhero couple Bronze Eagle and Warrior Woman, anxiously awaits his fourteenth birthday, and the arrival of his longed for superpowers. But will Scott get powers at all? Does the environmental software company Earth Protectors have a sinister hidden agenda? And how exactly did Spider-Man get webs all over Scott's grandparents' carpet? Listen and find out! If you've watched Up, Up and Away and have your own thoughts, email them to us at email@example.com for a chance to have them read out on the show. This episode is sponsored by Zocdoc. If you're in the US, go to Zocdoc.com/mcc and download the Zocdoc app for FREE. Contact Multitude for Advertising Inquiries: multitude.productions/ads Check out the official Mom Can't Cook! store for sweet merch: momcantcookstore.com
Welcome to our fourth and final season of DCOMs! In this week's episode, we dissect Now You See It...,a DCOM that premiered on January 14, 2005 and starred Aly Michalka, Johnny Pacar, and Frank Langella. Join us as we discuss magic tricks, brooding outcasts, ESP, puzzles, Harvard, and more! Notable Mentions + References in This Episode: Linking Rings Do You Believe in Magic - Aly & AJ The Real Housewives Chopped Magic Castle in LA Quints (Episode 029) Double Teamed (Episode 045) Even Stevens Movie (Episode 054) Pixel Perfect (Episode 056) Connect with us: Instagram: @in_hindsight_pod Twitter: @in_hindsightpod Want us to dissect one of your favorite childhood movies? Slide in our DMs or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org! Thanks for listening! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/in-hindsight/message
This week we watched the finale of the Disney Channel Original Series Z-O-M-B-I-E-S. This iteration of Disney's new "classic" takes on Aliens, and boooooyyyy, do we have questions.1) How does one REALLY apply for college?2) If you replace a whole teenage girl with a pile of junk metal and a screen, and no one is there see it, will it go unnoticed?3) Who has been led to believe that Zombies, werewolves, and Aliens are real based on this Movie?4) Is the love story between shrimpy the mascot, and eel, potentially the most important love story in the franchise?5) How does. Addison's mom keep that wig so laid?These questions (maybe the answers as well?) and more, on this episode of Disney Deviants
Al & Val are joined by wrestling expert and DCOMmentaries superfan Trent Dozier to break down Andy Lawrence's hottest movieI Love Improv! with Trent DozierThe Tournament PodcastCam & Trent's Family Reunion (Live in LA on 1/25/23)Going to the Mat (March 9, 2004)IMDB WikipediaDirected by Stuart Gillard (Scream Team, Full Court Miracle, Twitches, Twitches Two, Charmed, 90210)Written by Chris & Laurie Nolan (I Kissed a Vampire, Adapt or Die), Steve Bloom (James & the Giant Peach, Jack Frost - 15 year gap in his credits)Starring: Andrew Lawrence as Jason "Jace" Newfield (Horse Sense, Jumping Ship, The Other Me, Brotherly Love, Recess, Hawaii 5-0)Alessandra Torresani as Mary Beth Rice (Character actor)Khleo Thomas as Vincent "Fly" Shu (Holes, character actor)Wayne Brady as Mason Wyatt (Whose Line, Let's Make a Deal, Bold & Beautiful, voice acting)D. B. Sweeney as Coach Rice (character actor)Billy Aaron Brown as John Lambrix (8 Simple Rules, character actor)Brenda Strong as Patty Newfield (Desperate Housewives, Starship Troopers, Deep End of the Ocean, Sports Night, Dallas, 13 Reasons Why, Supergirl)Brian Wimmer as Tom Newfield (China Beach, Flipper, stopped in 2013)Synopsis: Jake is a talented musician and also blind. When his family moves from New York to Utah he must find another hobby which will help him make friends. He discovers wrestling is one of the few sports where blind people compete on the same level as sighted ones, so becomes a wrestler. As his team improves he learns valuable lessons about himself.Next Movie: Zt3 ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
New best friend alert! Peyton List joins Josie, Alycia, and Yasmine to talk about it all: her acting career (from Jessie and Cobra Kai to Diary of a Wimpy Kid), her beauty brand, speaking up about politics during her Disney era, preserving her mental health...the range. She can do it all!Show NotesPley Beauty
Kyle and Amanda are talking Disney Channel Original Movie, Jumping Ship! Plus, some of the latest Disney news, and a little about The Last Of Us.E-Mail: email@example.comTwitter: @greatmousecastInstagram: @greatmousecastTikTok: @greatmousepodcast
Is snowboarding the most cursed sport for a DCOM? The boyz (or at least Lucas!) think so, as Cloud 9 is easily in the running for the most creatively bankrupt movie Disney Channel's ever produced. Mismatched male and female love interests? Emotionally distant business daddies? Dog shenanigans? This movie's unfortunately got it all... except where the hell was Shaun White?! Wikipedia entry for Cloud 9
Guess who's backBack againDD's backTell a friend!Yes, we are finally back to regularly scheduled programming (give or take a couple of hours) and coming at you with the first DCOM of the year. We have finally reached DCO(BOATS)M. And the we don't mean the kind of boat that helps you float (although our hearts may have taken flight.This week we watched Miracle in Lane 2 which is based on the true story of Justin Yoder, the first child with a disability to race in and win the National Soap Box derby!This is one for the books so join us as we laugh, cry, and analyze our way through this classic!
The Carpool with Kelly and Lizz
Is mom-shaming on the rise? In this random yet highly entertaining episode a very tired Lizz and Kelly talk about Car Mom nesting, Oreo conspiracy theories, and the forgotten Dcom smash hit that should have won last episode's great eight. Kelly reveals the name everyone's guessing for her baby that is wrong and drops another baby name clue. The millennial word of the day is touch grass. As in, the people sending Kelly unhinged DMs about her kids' bedroom and LV bag really need to go touch some grass. Kelly and Lizz are both putting their word of the year to use and will be normalizing blocking people and saving a buck. Headlining today's driveway dump is Disney World hype. What's with the iconic food at this theme park? Is it as good as it looks or is it just glorified amusement park food? Kelly shares three things she's NEVER bought for a pregnancy including, obviously, a totally unsafe pregnancy seatbelt contraption. Lizz tests out here Oreo conspiracy theory on today's taste test with regular Oreos, double stuff Oreos, mega stuff Oreos, Oreo thins, caramel coconut flavor of Oreo, and the golden double stuffed Oreos — and a very scientific study from 2013. Dog girl and horse girl play a word car game and in industry news Kelly recaps her recent car tours and gives her heated opinion on dealership and independent car manufacturers sales drama. Listener Krista shares a ditch the drive-through pantry clean out hack: whatever-you-have snack mix. She throws together half used cereals, pretzels, raisins, m and m's, and any other pantry scraps and her kiddos love it. → To share your ditch the drive-through recipe with us, call (959) CAR-POOL and leave us a message! → Want our advice on literally anything? Shoot us an email for a chance to get your questions featured on the show at firstname.lastname@example.org Follow the Carpool Podcast on IG Follow the Carpool Podcast on YouTube Follow Kelly on IG Follow Lizz on IG Visit thecarmomofficial.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's a (slightly late) Chanukah miracle! Al & Val put a full court press on this holiday classic.Full Court Miracle (November 21, 2003)IMDB WikipediaDirected by Stuart Gillard (Scream Team, Going to the Mat, Twitches, Twitches Two, Charmed, 90210)Written by Joel Silverman (5 total credits), Joel Kauffmann (Miracle in Lane 2), Donald C. Yost (Miracle in Lane 2)Starring: Alex D. Linz as Alex "Schlots" Schlotsky (Home Alone 3, Young Tarzan, Max Keebles Big Move - Retired in 2007)Richard T. Jones as Lamont Carr (Judging Amy, The Sarah Connor Chronicles, Super 8, Narcos, The Rookie)R. H. Thomson as Rabbi Lewis (Avonlea, Anne with an E)Sean Marquette as Ben "Big Ben" Swartz (13 Going on 30, Rocket Power, Kingdom Hearts II, Fosters Home for Imaginary Friends, The Goldbergs)Erik Knudsen as T. J. Murphy (Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, Character Actor in Toronto)Sheila McCarthy as Mrs. Klein (Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen, Cow Belles, Z-O-M-B-I-E-S 3, The Busy World of Richard Scary, The Day After Tomorrow, Little Mosque on the Prairie, Women Talking)Linda Kash as Cynthia Schlotsky (Second City Toronto person, The Ernest Movies, Christopher Guest Movies, Cadet Kelly, Cinderella Man)Jason Blicker as Marshall Schlotsky (Superstar, State of Grace, The Day After Tomorrow, Murdoch Mysteries)Cassie Steele as Julie (Degrassi: The Next Generation, Rick & Morty)Jerome Williams as HimselfSynopsis: Lamont Carr, an African American basketball star is forced out of the game after a serious knee injury. By chance he meets Alex, a young Jewish boy who plays for his academy's team. Alex loves basketball, but the team are pretty hopeless and have never won a game. He manages to persuade Lamont to coach them, despite the reservations of the academy's teachers and administrators, and suddenly the team's fortunes start to look up.Fun Facts: Schlotz is based on a real personNext Movie: Going to the Mat ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Hey everyone, it's Brink! It's Brink week! This week we're talking about Brink! Brink is a 1998 DCOM about aggressive inline rollerblading and we love it, for more reasons than we have space to go into here, but that's what the podcast is for! So, listen as we discuss the financial realities of Soul Skating, Team X-Bladz's exploitative employment practices, Brink being contractually obligated to respect his enemy Val in public, and more! If you've watched Brink! and have your own thoughts, email them to us at email@example.com for a chance to have them read out on the show. This episode is sponsored by Zocdoc. If you're in the US, go to Zocdoc.com/mcc and download the Zocdoc app for FREE. Contact Multitude for Advertising Inquiries: multitude.productions/ads Check out the official Mom Can't Cook! store for sweet merch: momcantcookstore.com
Sam & Lizzie (with special guest Peyton T.) report at dawn, rhythmic ribbons a-blazin'! With a military school survivor in the mix, we face the sapphic longing headfirst and discover a questionable underbelly to this upfront queer DCOM classic. Bottoms....assemble! MEDIA: Clip: Express Yourself PSA's Clip: Step Up-esque Dance Battle of Longing Clip: The Competition Check out our Patreon for bonus episodes! patreon.com/subtextualpod Follow us on social @subtextualpod Instagram |Twitter |TikTok | Letterboxd Subtextual is hosted by Lizzie Guitreau & Samantha De La Fuente Edited by Lizzie | Engineered by Lee Garcia Produced by Lee Garcia & Bruno Doria Music by DJKNEAUX
After a breif holiday-hiatus, ReelLit is back for episode 7! Join Katie and Sam as we discuss the Grimm fairy tales "Red Riding Hood" and "Sleeping Beauty," and another DCOM throwback, "Cadet Kelly," starring Hilary Duff. Follow us on Twitter @AllentownPod, on Facebook @AllentownPresents, or send us an email at AllentownPresents@gmail.com
Behind every podcast are the circumstances that can (and will) cause an unexplained hiatus at any moment. In this episode, Hannah & Lizzie announce the end of our season "Deep Dives into DCOMs" and reflect on the best and the worst of what Disney Channel had to offer. If next week you hear some ~crazy news~ from us...you know you love us. XOXO han & liz Make sure to follow us on IG: https://www.instagram.com/slumberparty.pod/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/slumberpartypod/message
We close out our holiday deviations with an oldie (kinda) but a goodie! We watched The Santa Clauses starring Tim Allen on Disney+. Tune in to find out what we think!
Taiwo and Adaeze are back at it again with a familiar face.That's right, we watched Hallmark's FIRST EVER gay Christmas movie, The Holiday Sitter starring Jonathan Bennett! And ALLEGEDLY the reason for Candace Cameron Bure leaving her Hallmark home for a certain network that shall NEVER be named.Happy Homo-Hallmark holiday season to you all, and to all, enjoy this very joyful episode!
A DCOM holiday movie starring Bryan Cranston, that's all we need to say.
This week the fellas rank and review Motocrossed! Thanks to Jacob Dixon for the intro musicFollow us on Instagram @play_it_by_earpod
Happy Hanukkah! To celebrate, we're talking about the other Hanukkah film – the Disney Channel Original Movie, Full-Court Miracle! It's (somehow) Trevor's first watch, and we got some enjoyment out of this 20-year-old DCOM. Follow and support the show and the hosts!Support us on Patreon for as little as $1Subscribe on Apple (and write us a review!)Subscribe on Spotify (and leave us a rating!)Follow us on InstagramFollow us on TwitterFollow AJ on TwitterFollow Trevor on TwitterFollow AJ on LetterboxdFollow Trevor on LetterboxdSpecial shoutout to our upper-level Patrons:Sawyer ChristianBen FranchiRay MunozTrever SprouseEveryone who signs up for our Patreon at the $4 level will be given shoutouts in each episode and episode show notes.Next week – a Christmas double feature. You can listen to it if you're taking a flight this Christmas, to Paris or New York, perhaps.
Taiwo and Adaeze continue their Christmas deviations with a fan request from Esther Sandoval, A Christmas Kiss 2! Or is it Another Christmas Kiss? Clearly the producers didn't know, and neither do we!We couldn't bring you the second movie in what is clearly the ACKU (A Christmas Kiss Universe) without catching all of you up on the first movie, so we make sure to give you a run down on that too. Tune in as we discuss this 2014 classic and give away the award for Worst actor in this week's episode deviation, A Christmas Kiss 2!
Dino Busalachi of Velta Technology talks to Dale about a 2021 security patch to DCOM that broke a number of ICS systems including Rockwell Automation and Siemens. Microsoft had a registry setting that disabled the patch and the incompatibility problem, but this ability to disable the patch goes away on 14 March 2023. Of course this topic leads us down the patching in ICS rabbit hole, hopefully with some informed and helpful information.
In a VERY special episode, Al & Val are joined by none other than Stu Krieger! Hear all about how Stu got the job writing Zenon, his collabs with Steven Spielberg (including The Land Before Time) and what advice he has for aspiring writers.Stu's DCOMs:Zenon (1999)Smart House (1999)Phantom of the Megaplex (2000)Rip Girls (2000 - Uncredited)Zenon: The Zequel (2001) The Poof Point (2001)Tru Confessions (2002)Gotta Kick it Up (2002)Going to the Mat (2004)Zenon Z3 (2004)Now You See It… (2005 - Uncredited)Cow Belles (2006)Stu's Ted Talk - Choose JoyStu's Novel - That One Cigarette (Upcoming Novel - RAFT) STU SHOUTOUT Merch ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Give Me That D: A Disney Channel Original Movie Breakdown Podcast
Happy Holidays! We're back! Did you miss us? And more importantly, did you miss hockey? Because this week it's just Jake and Katelyn breaking down, “Go Figure!” You might be saying, “that sounds like a figure skating movie!” But you're only half right. Not only is this incorrectly spelled “Katelin” a truly unlikeable character with a smile that rivals the Joker's, she is a plushy loving “twirl girl” who has to play hockey at boarding school to get a chance at going to the Olympics….. are you following? We also have a DCOM first: a reasonable little brother who deserves justice. That's not even mentioning the pair of figure skating coaches that need to be in a Christopher Guest film immediately, “A Russian”, MORE robot propaganda, a 16 year old coach and a head coach taking sexual favors??? It's almost too much to digest! So make sure you have sturdy ankles and lace up for this one! Have fun!