Episode Archive

94 episodes of Movies On The Side since the first episode, which aired on April 17th, 2018.

  • Valentine’s Day (2010)

    Episode  |  February 16th, 2020  |  48 mins 39 secs

    We know Valentine’s Day can be a mixed bag, so we chose to review a mixed bag of a movie, the 2010 star-studded classic: Valentine’s Day! Whether you have a significant other or not, you’ll always have us, your MOTS Fam!

  • Scenic Art in Film | Interview with Rohan Harris

    Episode  |  February 9th, 2020  |  28 mins 53 secs

    Ever wonder about all those paintings and set pieces in the backgrounds of some of your favorite movies? How are those sets for Beauty and the Beast created? Who painted the murals in Game of Thrones? Well you’re in luck, because this week we interviewed scenic artist Rohan Harris who’s worked on over 100 movies and TV shows! Stay for Rohan’s top suggestions of what to do in England!

  • The Aeronauts (2019)

    Episode  |  February 2nd, 2020  |  45 mins 25 secs

    If Nate and Stephen were in a hot air balloon trying to break the altitude record, who would be sending down carrier pigeons and who would be climbing the balloon to fix the valve? Let us know, but first enjoy our review of The Aeronauts! Then stay for one of the BEST Top 5’s you’ve ever heard and get in on the ground floor of a brand new GrouperMowl snack!

  • Gemini Man (2019)

    Episode  |  January 26th, 2020  |  46 mins 1 sec

    Could CG Will Smith remake all the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air episodes? What happens if we have CG Will Smiths all the way down? We discuss the uncanniest of valleys and the limitless charisma of Will Smith, all while reviewing Gemini Man!

  • Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (2019)

    Episode  |  January 19th, 2020  |  1 hr 20 mins

    It’s Star Wars time listeners, and we have brought a very special guest to the Jedi council: Cecily! We discuss her experience of watching all nine movies for the first time recently and then rip into the final installment of the saga: The Rise of The Skywalker The. (You’ll get it once you listen). Then stay for our Top 5 movie score themes!

  • Angel Has Fallen (2019)

    Episode  |  January 12th, 2020  |  1 hr 7 mins

    Any movie that gets 93% on Rotten Tomatoes from the audience has to be pretty good right? RIGHT? I mean this movie has Gerard Butler, Morgan Freeman, AND more practical explosions than a Michael Bay joint! Well, maybe not that many. Anyway, Nate and Stephen disagree on this one, but come together for their Top 5 sodas in the end.

  • Ad Astra (2019)

    Episode  |  January 5th, 2020  |  58 mins 55 secs

    Ad Astra, or Ad nauseam? We go to the future looking for the answer of whether or not this week’s Brad Pitt movie is actually good. And yes, we discuss the baboons. We also list our Top 5 Brad Pitt movies! So stop wondering WHAT’S IN THE BOX, and listen to this week’s episode!

  • The 2019 Mayo Awards

    Episode  |  December 29th, 2019  |  33 mins 35 secs

    It’s a night of tuxedos, Hollywood Stars and music, it’s the 2019 Movies All Year’Ound Awards! Plus a huge thank you to all our listeners and supporters. We love making MOTS and look forward to more great episodes in 2020!

  • Home Alone vs. Die Hard: What Makes a Christmas Movie?

    Episode  |  December 22nd, 2019  |  52 mins 1 sec

    The time has come for the showdown of the decade. Will Die Hard remain a Christmas movie? Will Home Alone be dethroned from its holiday nostalgia? Find out as Stephen presents the Robles Rubric for Christmas Movie Canonization!

  • Noelle (2019)

    Episode  |  December 15th, 2019  |  1 hr 1 min

    Can Anna Kendrick single-handedly save Christmas and Disney’s first attempt at an original Christmas movie direct to streaming?! Find out this week as we review the 2019 Disney + original: Noelle, and stay for a nostalgia filled Top 5 “Wintery Things.”

  • I’ll Be Home For Christmas (1998)

    Episode  |  December 8th, 2019  |  53 mins 19 secs
    christmas

    Ok, hear us out. We think this week’s Christmas movie, “I’ll Be Home for Christmas” is actually a horror movie. No, we’re not talking about the horror of how bad this movie is, but the actual genre too. Just listen, ‘cause we make a pretty good case. Also, we do our Top 5 Christmas party snacks!

  • Die Hard (1988)

    Episode  |  December 1st, 2019  |  47 mins 17 secs

    The Christmas season has begun! But is this week’s movie actually a Christmas movie? Tell us what you think, as we review the 1988 Bruce Willis classic, Die Hard!

  • Waterworld (1995)

    Episode  |  November 24th, 2019  |  50 mins 30 secs
    costner, throwback, waterworld

    The Polar ice caps have melted, the Earth is covered in water, and Kevin Costner isn’t really that much of a fish. But he may be an X-Man. We review the 1995 Costner Classic, Waterworld and perform a dramatic reading of the bespoke water brand: Liquid Death!

  • Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw (2019)

    Episode  |  November 17th, 2019  |  36 mins 12 secs

    Can a franchise become sentient and present its own movie? Apparently Fast & Furious has done just that, and we review the 87th installment of this action-flooded genre: Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw! Also, Nate is recording from a Mexico City hotel next to a sleeping roommate and has scheduled Lasik surgery for himself.

  • Yesterday (2019)

    Episode  |  November 10th, 2019  |  50 mins 47 secs

    After some brief follow-up on Fiji water, we have a special offer going on through the rest of 2019! Support us on Patreon and we’ll send you a free MOTS T-Shirt! AND if you sign up with $10+ monthly, we’ll up that to a hoodie for the winter season! That’s three exclamation points in a row!

    Next we get to Stephen’s crash course on The Beatles’ repertoire and our review of the 2019 movie: Yesterday. Finally, our Top 5 Beatles songs bring the show to a close with Nate singing all the hits.

  • The Lion King (2019)

    Episode  |  November 3rd, 2019  |  53 mins 50 secs

    A Patreon shout out, gas station candy ranking, an argument about the taste of water, but the main event is still our review of the 2019 remake: The Lion King!