Hi! We’re Liza and Mike and we have too many DVDs! So many in fact that the only way to cull our collection is to pit them against one another. Every week we’ll select two movies at random, watch them, talk about them and decide which one has GOT to GO. Two discs enter, one disc leaves. This is: DVD Deathmatch!
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2010’s The Social Network vs 2013’s Prisoners. We’re back bab-ay! With two powerhouse films that we could not stop mulling over. Seriously, this one is a longy-boy so grab yourself a snack!Hi! We’re Liza and Mike and we have too many DVDs! So many i... more
Sneaky Monday episode to choose our next deathmatch!Hi! We’re Liza and Mike and we have too many DVDs! So many in fact that the only way to cull our collection is to pit them against one another. Every week we’ll select two movies at random, watch t... more
2015’s Carol vs 2007’s Extras: Extra Special Series Finale! Ok, so Extras is a TV show, but it’s called DVD Deathmatch (not film Deathmatch - that’s not alliterative at all!) plus it’s the length of a film. It’s the holidays, calm down. Hi! We’re Liz... more
It’s one of my current favorites. Every week, I enjoy the breezy yet insightful conversations found in DVD Deathmatch. It is a true joy to listen to two people who have known each other for over half their lives (I think?) have a conversation about the merits of a movie, celebrate physical media, and still find surprises about one another along the way. more
I adore this podcast. Liza and Mike have such great chemistry and are Hi- Larious! ( I listen when i’m grocery shopping or going for a walk and have often scared passers-by with a sudden snort-laugh-chortle) more
Listen, if you don’t like laughing or intelligent but entirely approachable film discussions, well then this review and likely this podcast are not for you. But if you aren’t a monster who dislikes those things, LISTEN & SUBSCRIBE! more
Do you want to hear two DVD enthusiast discuss the quality, how well the movie has aged, and special features while reducing their DVD collection. Then look no further. I love listening to here Mike and Liza discuss two DVD’s picked at random. Each episode is a perfect delight and would recommend to anyone who likes movies and something wholesome of a married couple discussing which DVD to keep and which to go.
Liza and Mike are great hosts and listening to them interact is both lovely and funny. I honestly thought I might not be invested in the outcomes of the dvd thunderdome if there were a bunch of movies I was not familiar with but they are so engaging and give enough (but not toooo much) plot, thoughts, and insights that I totally am. Love it.
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