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Motion Picture Meltdown

Stephen "The Roast" Rosenberg, Phil "The Kill" Collins, Cheats "The Streets" McGee, DeHart, 76th Street Network,
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Motion Picture Meltdown is a comedic movie podcast that was created in 2009 and is hosted by Stephen "The Roast" Rosenberg, Mark "The Shark" Hinton, and Phil "The Kill" Collins. We spend our valuable time watching the most terrible movies possible, and ripping them apart scene by scene. We do this simply for fun. If you get offended easily, I would not recommend listening to the podcast, if you love crude, senseless humor, then by all means, check us out! Most of the time we invite special guests (our friends that love/hate these movies) to chat along with us on the show.We also strive to contact celebrities about their awful performances, and get them on the show as well.


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Latest Episodes

The Texas Chain Saw Massacre | The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 - This week, Stephen chooses a couple iconic slasher flicks from his list, and we go through the original Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974) and its very different sequel, The Texas Chainsaw M... more

5 days ago

Sweet Home | Uzumaki - Hey everyone! Dehart chooses the films this week and we check out a couple of Japanese films. First, we go through the film that the Resident Evil game franchise was inspired by, Sweet Home (1989) and then Uzumaki (2000), a fil... more

5 days ago

Cronos | High Life - Hey, listeners! Thanks for checking out another episode of Motion Picture Meltdown! Phil chooses the flicks this week and we check out Guillermo del Toro's Cronos (1993) and High Life (2018). In this episode we talk about the wei... more

2 months ago


5 out of 5 stars from 21 ratings
  • Spoil away!

    Love this podcast; great hosts, great spirit, lots of fun. One suggestion, however: spoil. A discussion about a movie that doesn't include spoilers is like eating cake without the icing--the spoilers are the best parts of a movie, and if you leave them out then there's nothing worth talking about. I listen because I've seen the movie. If I see there's going to be a discussion about a movie I haven't seen, I watch first then listen to the podcast. Just one more vote for spoilers galore! Keep up t... more

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    United States7 years ago
  • Movies+CynicalNerds=Win

    If you're looking for a new podcast, and you love movies, this is the one for you. These movie buffs spend hours watching quite a variety of movies and providing some pretty hilarious feedback, and hating on someone named Cheats. They are always looking for listening feedback and guests- so go listen now!

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    United States7 years ago
  • Worth a listen :)

    This is a great podcast, that I really enjoy listening to, even though some of the movies the guys talk about are super random and I've never even heard of them, but the guys do a great job of making me feel like I've seen them. If you want a podcast that's funny and interesting, then this might be the podcast for you :)

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    Ireland7 years ago
  • Everyone loves a good roast

    Motion Picture Meltdown is a loud out loud thrill ride over any movie you can think of in the world, and I mean no movie is safe. They focus a tremendous amount on the horror genre, which is fantastic because I am too chicken at times to watch that genre. Love the opening, and the plugs for other podcast. Keep up the great work!

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    TX Rock Chalk Rachel
    United States8 years ago
  • My God

    There are times in my life when I am filled with sorrow, a deep midnight of the human soul as it were, a place where the light is nothing more than the whisper of a ghost suspended on dust... more

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    United States8 years ago

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