Married With Clickers
We are Scott & Kat - a happily married couple who love to sit on the couch and chat about the films and TV shows we've watched. Join us on the Married With Clickers podcast as we cover material from a wide range of eras and genres.

This week, we head to France with Les Diaboliques from 1955. It's our second Clouzot film of the year. The Wages of Fear set the bar pretty high. Can this possibly compete? Tune in to find out. We also discuss a couple of recent films: St. Vincent and The Duff. Find our group on Facebook and join in on the coversation. Feedback is also welcome at:

Direct download: MWCep225-LesDiaboliques.mp3
Category:Film & TV -- posted at: 1:48 AM

We cover two movies on this week's show: Ted and Flash Gordon. It seemed appropriate to discuss them one the same show. We love a good laugh, but is the rude teddy bear actually funny? Tune in to find out. We also chat about a ton of recent watches: Oz the Great and Powerful, Mad Max: Fury Road, Whirlpool, F is for Fake and Jurassic World. Tons of great stuff to discuss.

Direct download: MWCep224-TedGordon.mp3
Category:Film & TV -- posted at: 6:38 PM

This week, we head to Italy for our first taste of Euro-Crime with Rome Armed to the Teeth directed by Umberto Lenzi. after taking the genre for a test drive, are we going to buy into it or keep looking? We also chat about Howl's Moving Castle, What If... and The Flame and the Arrow. We'd love to hear from you so drop us a line. 

Direct download: MWCep223-RomeArmedtotheTeeth.mp3
Category:Film & TV -- posted at: 1:01 AM

After a disastrous month, it is a return to irregular scheduled programming at Married With Clickers. Kat picked 1995's 12 Monkeys directed by Terry Gilliam and starring Bruce Willis, Brad Pitt and Madeline Stowe. It's hard to believe that this film is now 20 years old. Has it aged well? Tune in to find out. We also chatted about the 1950 film noir Union Station, Night Caller (aka Fear Over the City) and Alexander and Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.

Direct download: MWCep222-12Monkeys.mp3
Category:Film & TV -- posted at: 12:31 PM

ArMAYgeddon concludes this week with a review of San Francisco from 1936 starring Clark Gable. Sure, there's an earthquake at the end but we all really love the singing and melodrama, right? We also chat about The Last Run, 50 Shades of Grey and Street People. Come find our group on Facebook.

Direct download: MWCep221-SanFrancisco.mp3
Category:Film & TV -- posted at: 1:38 AM

ArMAYgeddon heats up with The Day the Earth Caught Fire, a movie during which the Earth never actually catches fire. It is a different kind of disaster movie, but good different or bad different? Tune in to find out. We also chat about Pee-Wee's Big Adventure, The Navigator and Kiki's Delivery Service. Join our Facebook group.

Direct download: MWCep220-DaytheEarthCaughtFire.mp3
Category:Film & TV -- posted at: 11:54 AM

ArMAYgeddon continues this week with a discussion about 1979's Meteor starring Sean Connery and Nathalie Wood. It was a box office bomb and is a notorious stinker. Did we find some redeeming qualities in it? Tune in to find out. We also chat about a trip to the TIFF Lightbox to see a 70mm print of 2001: A Space Odyssey.

Direct download: MWCep219-Meteor.mp3
Category:Film & TV -- posted at: 1:15 AM

ArMAYgeddon continues! This week, Kat picked a very obscure piece of Nazi propaganda with 1943's Titanic. The stories behind the making of this film are amazing, but is the movie? Tune in to find out. We also chat about Les Granges Brules, My Neighbor Totoro and Nightcrawler.

Direct download: MWCep218-Titanic.mp3
Category:Film & TV -- posted at: 10:47 AM

ArMAYgeddon is back for a fourth year; kicking off with a look at the infamous 1978 disaster film The Swarm. It was a disaster financially, but is it also one from an entertainment perspective? Tune in to find out. We also take a quick look at Wild, The Boxtrolls, The Mob, Massacre Gun and The Queen of Versailles. As always, we'll be making a donation to the Red Cross to help out with actual disasters.

Direct download: MWCep217-TheSwarm.mp3
Category:Film & TV -- posted at: 1:13 AM

This week, Kat selected the 1934 Oscar winner It Happened One Night starting Claudette Colbert and Clark Gable. Frank Capra filmed this one in a mere 4 weeks. Does the rush job show or does it live up to its stellar reputation? Tune in to find out. Quality TV has been keeping us away from films so our only Recent Watches discussion is a short spoiler free chat about the Netflix series Bloodline. Feedback is welcome.

Direct download: MWC-ep216-ItHappenedOneNight.mp3
Category:Film & TV -- posted at: 7:00 AM