Random Movie Roulette135 episodes - English - Latest episode: 3 days ago - ★★★★★ - 15 ratings
Every week Louis, Mike and Jack subject themselves to 3 movies chosen for them completely by random, with the picks ranging from insufferable slogs to hidden gems
Homepage Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Overcast Castro Pocket Casts RSS feed
2020 may not have been great in most conceivable ways, but even though theatres closed down, there were some great movies this year. Mike, Jack and Louis have seen a lot of them and tell you about their favorites in the RMR Best of 2020 episode!
The bois saw Promising Young Woman recently and this could be the best movie of 2020.
As if we didn’t need any more evidence of Sony’s incompetence with handling the Spider-Man license after The Amazing Spider-Man 2, we got VENOM! We’re joined by Brian of The Blood Buddies to break down the late 90’s cheesiness, the wackiness of Tom Hardy, and possibly the worst post-credits scene and theme song of any comic book movie. Patreon: patreon.com/RMRoulette Twitter: @RMRoulette @LouisJOtero @jspJack @RMRCyborgMike Check out our blog over at RMRoulette.com For info about R...
In our last minute changeover from Venom (which will be coming next week) it’s time for some holiday cheer with everyone’s favorite disgusting, green abomination and all of the unnecessary horniness and nightmare fuel in Ron Howard’s HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS
Well...we did it! We made it to Episode 100 of RMR! Who would’ve thought we’d last this long! Big shoutout to Jacob and Tab from @testpatternshow who have been an inspiration since the beginning and thanks again to them for joining us on our 100th episode spectacular. We popped some champagne, had some laughs, reminisced on all our favorite moments, and dished out all the juicy, gooey details of an ol’ RMR classic history, The Suckling. Patreon: patreon.com/RMRoulette Twitter: @RMRou...
Halloween may be over, but that doesn’t mean we’re done talking about ghosts. The bois debate philosophical themes of life and death, love and loss, and proper pie-eating techniques in David Lowery’s A GHOST STORY. Please like, subscribe, and turn on that notification bell. Patreon: patreon.com/RMRoulette Twitter: @RMRoulette @LouisJOtero @jspJack @RMRCyborgMike Check out our blog over at RMRoulette.com For info about Random Movie Roulette and to stay up to date with what the bois ...
In the final week of Spook-tober, the bois head to a summer camp filled with perverts, classic sitcom stars, and the safest man on fire who’s trying to kill them all in The Burning. Patreon: patreon.com/RMRoulette Twitter: @RMRoulette @LouisJOtero @jspJack @RMRCyborgMike Check out our blog over at RMRoulette.com For info about Random Movie Roulette and to stay up to date with what the bois are up to check out RmRoulette.com
It’s our second week in a row for killer animal movies, and it’s one of Stephen King’s sillier ideas. Join us as we tackle the dog slander propaganda that is CUJO. Patreon: patreon.com/RMRoulette Twitter: @RMRoulette @LouisJOtero @jspJack @RMRCyborgMike For info about Random Movie Roulette and to stay up to date with what the bois are up to check out RmRoulette.com
The bois got to check out a bunch of dope movies at Nightstream, including Hulu's Run and the Ruby Rose-starring The Doorman. There were high highs and low lows so listen in to find out what movies you should be keeping your eye out for. Patreon: patreon.com/RMRoulette Twitter: @RMRoulette @LouisJOtero @jspJack @RMRCyborgMike Check out our blog over at RMRoulette.com For info about Random Movie Roulette and to stay up to date with what the bois are up to check out RmRoulette.com
In this special episode, Cody, editor of RmRoulette.com, interviews Michelle Rose and Phillip Wages about By Night's End, on VOD services now! Be sure to check out Cody's full review on the blog!
In an unprecedented RMR switcheroo, we decided to abandon The Woman, and go for George Romero’s MONKEY SHINES instead, where we delve into all sorts of topics from evil monkeys, puppy girls, hot doctor Stanley Tucci, and why Paul Giamatti still isn’t returning as the Rhino (our favorite killer animal)
It’s Jack’s host pick, and as the resident Bond fanatic, he has given us favorite of the series from the classic era, Goldfinger. Join as we debate about Bond’s stupid hat, why there’s no labels on his gadgets, and the grossness of 1960’s casual sexism
This week, the folks over at NEON were generous enough to send the bois a screener for Possessor directed by Brandon Cronenberg (son of David). They also unveil new merch, talk about what they’ve been into, and run down a bizarre cartoon ranking list that no one can agree on.
This week the bois chat about the much maligned BLAIR WITCH re-quel from 2016 and make some exciting announcements about the future of RMR!
This week the bois take a crack at the one Bond movie they can all more or less agree on, Skyfall!
This week the boys tackle a Wes Craven horror classic, 1977's the Hills Have Eyes. Then, they react to THE BATMAN teaser and the other announcements made at DC Fandome.
It's host picks time again, and this week Louis is subjecting Mike and Jack to The Amazing Spider-Man 2, the critically acclaimed superhero film.
This week the bois try really hard to find something nice to say about Joss Whedon's cut of Justice League, and discuss the possibilities of Snyder's Cut.
This week the bois talk about an old favorite, Spike Jonze's Her. However, this one didn't quite hold up how they were expecting...
In their first-ever episode on video, the bois talk about a terrible animated sequel to The Wizard of OZ with some big-name voice actors. ------------------------------ You can watch the video version of this podcast over on Youtube. Just type "RMRoulette" in the search bar. Please like, subscribe and turn on that notification bell. Watch us record these episodes and chat with us on air Thursday's at 9PM EST on twitch.tv/rmroulette For info about Random Movie Roulette and to stay up ...
It is the season 2 finale of Random Movie Roulette! The bois went to Zombiefest VI at The Mahoning Drive-In and offer their thoughts on Shivers, Frankenhooker, Sugar Hill, Day of the Dead, Return of the Living Dead, Re-Animator, and the first 2 Maniac Cop films!
Over a month ago the bois recorder this episode about Walk Hard and now-outdated news on Coronavirus.
This week the bois feel the wrath of Jack's Oscar bet win as they watch Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo.
This week the bois check out one of Mike's favorite's, 2007's Once. They also dish on this year's Oscars winners and losers.
Its that time of year again. The bois are laying down their hopes for Oscar winners and risking humiliation.
The bois saw the first PG-13 horror flick of the year, Gretel and Hansel. Not everyone loved it...
This week Jack and Louis talk about the 80's cult classic, Night of the Comet!
It's the first and last time STAR WARS will be covered on RMR, but the bois sure did have a ton to say about The Force Awakens, The Last Jedi, and The Rise of Skywalker in this extra-long episode!
It's Jack's host pick this week and he is determined to get the bois to watch some Bond. The Spy Who Loved Me wasn't quite received as you'd expect. Also, the bois break down those Oscar Nominations.
Mike caught a screening of Robert Downey Junior's first post-Avengers role, Dolittle. Louis has a ton of questions and the two can't stop laughing.
2019 is finally over and so is an entire decade. Join the bois as they count down their favorites and give each other some holiday gifts!
Mike and Louis had a real weird time at the CATS press screening and now they want to get some stuff off their chests.
'Tis the season for the bois as they talk some holiday favorites and review the Disney + original movie, Noelle.
It is crossover time once again. That's right, ALL the bois are here to discuss Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Varicon Video returns to discuss an absolute classic.
This week the bois watch what is absolutely the worst of the Nightmare on Elm Street Franchise, Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare.
Mike was lucky enough to attend NYFF and he’s joined by Nate Lam and Grayson Lazarus from Before the Cyborgs to discuss some of this year’s biggest festival favorites.
Louis and Sarah have become obsessed with HBO's and Damon Lindleof's Watchmen series and they are dying to talk about it!
Mike and Louis saw Queen & Slim a little early. Is this racially charged thriller worth a Thanksgiving watch?
Louis finally does his overdue Oscar bet homework as we dig into the epic disaster that was the Moviepass Original Movie (you read that correctly), Gotti
This week the bois visit a modern classic, Inside Llewyn Davis. Was this sad-indie-boi movie good enough to win over Jack?
In this special Halloween episode the bois are joined once again by Karin Crighton to discuss a modern classic, Trick 'r Treat!
In this episode the bois are joined by Karin Crighton, an awesome critic and friend of the show, to talk about the controversial third entry in the Halloween Franchise.
In the second week of October, the bois visit an old favorite, Taika Waititi's What We Do In The Shadows.
Its the first week of October and to kick things off the bois do a deep dive into Rocky Horror Picture Show! Also, Mike and Jack saw joker and THEY HAVE OPINIONS!
Mike and Louis got to watch some more Fantastic Fest movies! Among them is Butt Boy, quite possibly the greatest movie to ever be put to film.
This week the bois head back to the nineties to discuss a rom-com that is hard not to love, 10 Things I Hate About You. The bois also break down what movies they are looking forward to seeing before the year is up!
In their first round of coverage for Fantastic Fest, Mike and Louis talk about 3 of the festival's offerings including anime and a movie that takes place entirely in a car.
This week the bois discuss The Wizard of OZ, everyone's favorite movie unless you're a miserable prick named Louis. Also, they delve into some hard hittin questions from listeners!
In this special bonus episodes, the bois review and delve deep into IT: Chapter 2, a sequel they have a LOT of opinions of.
It's episode 69 (nice) of RMR and that means the bois had to watch some extra sexy stuff. Listen as the bois revisit Batpussy, an RMR classic, and review 1971's The Telephone Book.