Somewhere out there, beneath the pale moonlight, someone’s ranking movies and tiering them tonight. And in this episode, Baconsale is discussing the animated features that didn’t come from Disney. These are films from Don Bluth Productions, DreamWorks Animation, Illumination Entertainment, 20th Century Fox, Sony and more. Joel can’t stop singing, Kent can’t stop making out during boring movies and Jacob puts the whole show in alphabetical order.
Press play and see if we think everything is awesome!
Well, howdy there, pardner! Baconsale is ready to rustle up a discussion about some of our favorite Western movies. However, Kent and Joel aren’t as well-versed in the world of cowboys, Indians, sheriffs, settlers, gamblers, bandits and bandanas (much to Jacob’s delight), so they’re also going to discuss the gaps in their knowledge and talk about the iconic Westerns they haven’t seen.
So get your John Wayne impersonation ready and saddle up your horses. It’s time to listen to the latest episode of Baconsale!
Oh. Apparently Christopher Nolan directed another film, it seems? I guess we’ll review it. Seriously, though, Kent has been waiting to review this movie since it was first announced two years ago. He’s been so excited, he legally changed his name to “Kent Dunkirk.” But will Nolan’s latest project live up to his high expectations? And if Joel’s opinion differs, will Kent murder him on the spot?
Press play and find out! The first 16 minutes are spoiler-free!
Picking favorite movies is like picking favorite children for Baconsale, which is why we’re playing another round of Cable, IMAX, Erase. In case you didn’t hear the first episode, Jacob will present three movies and Kent and Joel will have to decide which movie they’ll watch on repeat on TV, which movie they’ll see once on the big screen and which one they’ll delete from history. It basically turns into Joel and Kent torturing each other (SPOILER ALERT: Kent does eventually erase Batman v. Superman).
Hurry and press play because we may have ticked off John Wick, so this could be our last episode…
Now that three different actors have played Spider-Man in the last 15 years, it’s time for Baconsale to discuss who is the most amazing: Tom Holland, Andrew Garfield or Tobey Maguire (a.k.a. Jerry Maguire). We’ll debate who portrayed Peter Parker properly, which franchise featured the most fearsome foe and what movie moment made us the most misty-eyed.
Now that we’ve got all of that alliteration out of our system, press play and enjoy this episode!
Baconsale! Baconsale! Does a BaconBit review whenever they feel like it! And today we’re reviewing the latest Avengers– er Web-Slinger movie, Spider-Man: Homecoming. Kent, Joel and Jacob all saw the film this time and they’re ready to say whether this sequel to a franchise (that’s also a reboot) is worth watching.
And don’t worry, webheads, the first 11 minutes are spoiler-free, so press play!
Listen up! Baconsale is once again discussing their favorite scores, soundtracks and composers! Jacob will give Kent and Joel a category (such as most overrated soundtrack, best electronic score and guilty pleasure) and they must each pick a winner for that category. Plus, as an added twist, they are not allowed to pick any of the music they used in our last Soundtrack & Feels episode.
Joel makes Kent angry, Kent is a strangely predictable hipster and the whole thing comes off as a cheap knock-off of Braveheart, to be honest. Enjoy!
Find your super suit (no capes!) and just keep swimming, because Baconsale is ranking Pixar movies to infinity and beyond! Or at least from Toy Story to Cars 3. Kent may hate most of these movies and Jacob may — SQUIRREL! — be apathetic, but if you’re a fan, you’ve got a friend in Joel. TRIGGER WARNING: The Hopper argument rears its ugly head once again.
Press play and enjoy each sappy and silly moment, because this episode will be over faster than you can say “Mike Wazowski.”
Vroom! Vroom! Baconsale is ready to review the Cars sequel that may actually be worth talking about. It takes us a while to get on the right track/subject, but soon we’re talking about Lightning McQueen’s future, Doc Hudson’s past and if there was enough Mater in this movie.
Did Kent hate it? Did Joel love it? Did Jacob actually see it? Press play and find out!
Join our expedition as we dig deep into The Mummy movie. Kent and Joel saw the new film (not Jacob, though — Kent wouldn’t let him go) and are ready to talk about if Tom Cruise successfully began the Dark Universe franchise, or if he just looks really, really good while doing so.
As always, we keep all spoilers under wraps during the first 10 minutes, so you can listen even if you haven’t seen the movie. After that point, you may curse us for all the details we unearth.