After ten seasons, The Deucecast Movie Show is finally doing an actual “Summer Series” — the best Summer Movies of the summers past.
Springtime is fading and summer is here! And after ten seasons, The Deucecast Movie Show is finally doing an actual “Summer Series” — the best Summer Movies of the summers past.
First up, it’s a hostfull episode with Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl take a look at The Me Decade, and after a 70s themed round of Box Office Mojo, they rank their Top Five fave summer films released in the summers from 1970 to 1979.
Some amazing flicks from Altman, Spielberg, Monty Python, and Lucas, and some not great but still beloved movies from Altman, Heston, Bond, and not-Kevin James. And Burt Reynolds, of course.
Enjoy the first of The Summer Movie Series!
- Alien (for rental)
- American Graffiti (for rental)
- And Now For Something Completely Different (Starz)
- Chinatown (Paramount+; Chicken Soup for the Soul’s Crackle)
- I Am Legend (HBO Max; Hulu)
- Jaws (HBO Max)
- Jaws IV: The Revenge (HBO Max)
- Live & Let Die (TubiTV)
- McCabe & Mrs Miller (for rental)
- Memory: The Origins of Alien (Chicken Soup for the Soul’s Crackle)
- The Muppet Movie (Disney+)
- Nashville (for rental)
- The Omega Man (for rental)
- The Parallax View (for rental)
- Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown (Amazon Prime; Hulu, EPIX)
- The Rescuers (Disney+)
- Smokey & the Bandit (AMC+; for rental)
- Star Wars (Disney+)
The Deucecast Movie Show is a podcast done by movie fans for movie fans of all kinds. Hosts Mikey, Dave, and featured friend of the show #TwitterlessDrEarl, along with a rotating cast of fun guests, discuss all sorts of movies–from new to old, fantastic to craptastic and everything in between. Expect themed episodes, feature lists, favorite movies, and tournaments pitting movie against movie or actor against act because we love a good bracket. Play along with movie games like “Denzel” or “The Ryan Philippe Game,” then participate in voting in the annual Deucie Awards and yell at us when someone defends a Damon Wayans movie as “nearly the perfect film.” If you love movies, then you’ll love The Deucecast Movie Show! We love to interact with our listeners so please subscribe to the podcast and send us an email, tweets, and comments as you listen at your leisure. The more the merrier, so thanks for tuning in!