Published October 20, 2017
In this Coming Attractions episode, the guys announce the next movie, but not before Joe and Todd tackle the idea of putting commentary on corporate training videos, talk Linda Hamilton and the next Terminator movie and get into celebrity deaths.
The Toxic Avenger - “Mash and Dinks”
Published October 13, 2017
In this episode, the Guys lend their commentary to the Troma breakout hit "The Toxic Avenger" and discuss Troma and its goals in film making.
They dig up what they can on the cast and what big name was fired from this movie. They also reveal the scene that was originally banned from the movie... and the scene that made the movie that got even more complaints.
Joe also reveals the Oscar winner with a non-speaking role in the movie. The guys are looking for your interaction with the #BuddyBoobs movement.
E-mail your pictures of your male friends' boobs (or moobs... or just chest) to firstname.lastname@example.org
Published October 6, 2017
The guys discuss their taste in low budget horror and announce their next movie, a film that stands atop that genre.
Leah Remini is discussed at strange length and Joe fails to escape without a story about the TV show Community.
The guys try to tackle the poor summer box office and Joe talks about his new puppy. Stereotypes in older movies is also discussed.
Speed - “Throwing You Under The Bus”
Published September 29. 2017
In this episode, the Guys take on the Keanu Reeves/Sandra Bullock breakout movie Speed.
They discuss the origin for the elevator scene, the studio's need for the movie to get off the bus and discuss the writer who came on last minute to rewrite the script.
Other replacements from current movies are discussed as well. Joe talks about what could have been the original cast of the movie and calls Todd out on a bad habits that he has during production.
Todd and Joe send a message to those who suffered from the recent hurricanes. Todd pitches a movie based on the news. Todd explains what happened the first time he went to see this in the theatres.
For Extra Credit, the guys take turns being the guy trying to own every VHS copy of the movie.
Published September 22, 2017
In this coming attractions episode, the guys are back together for the first time after a number of prerecorded episodes. They catch up and announce the next movie.
Raiders of the Lost Ark - “U Boat, Me Boat, Everybody Boat”
Published September 15, 2017
In this Episode, the guys tackle one of the All Time Classics, Raiders of the Lost Ark.
They discuss the immense impact of Steven Spielberg, the Original idea of who Indiana Jones would be and Todd pitches a brilliant Indiana Jones related app.
The guys wonder if this movie is the most "Bang for your buck" of any movie they have done and Joe reveals a child in this movie to be a man with multiple connections to Miscast Commentary Memories.
The guys share their opinions on porn in a way that is reasonably organic to the conversation about the movie.
Published September 5, 2017
In this week's Coming Attractions Episode, The guys announce their next movie, discuss the bright side of some bad movies and share some high school facal hair stories. The guys give their New Season resolutions.
No Holds Barred - “Throwin’ 50 Pies at a Robber”
Published September 1, 2017
Joe and Todd are fired up for Season 2 with their first movie, the Hulk Hogan vehicle No Holds Barred.
The guys discuss the old WWF and the careers of actors who were unknown at the time.
Todd discovers the scene that he thought was in a different Miscast Commentary Movie and reveals a sentimental gift idea for Joe. The guys come to blows over a game.
Published August 29. 2017
Joe and Todd return for Season 2 of Miscast Commentary with the announcement of their next movie and discussions about the Marvel and DC expanded universes. Donald Glover's continued impact on today's pop culture is also talked about. Lots of Fan Theories are shared and compared to the guys' thoughts on a number of franchises.
The Best of Season 1
Published August 19, 2019
We continue our celebration of one year in podcasting with this look back at the whole year hosted by Joe. We revisit some favourite moments, see how dirty and racy the guys tend to be and determine whether Todd has a catchphrase. Check out all this and more in this week's episode.
Season 1 Outtakes
Published August 11, 2017
Miscast Commentary is celebrating 1 year of Podcasts by bringing you some of their favourite moments. In this week's special, Joe takes us behind the scenes with some of their funniest outtakes during recording.
Dawn of the Dead - “Look at That Picture of a Hot Dog Vagina!”
Published August 4, 2017
This week, Dawn of the Dead receives the Miscast Commentary treatment.
The guys discuss Zombie preparation, George Romero's casting style and where some of the cast members had worked together before. Joe explains why he constantly fell down Todd's stairs as a teen.
The guys discuss some of the other movies in this universe. They try to determine if you would get infected in certain specific scenarios.
Todd gives some insight into how he spends his time at sea. During our Extra Credit sequence, we discuss our personal preferences for where we would want to ride out the zombie apocalypse and ask the audience for their opinions.
Note** This was recorded in May, prior to the death of George Romero.
Published July 28, 2017
In this Coming Attractions Episode, the guys reveal the final movie of their first year of programming (Don't worry, there are many episodes to come), take Neil DeGrasse Tyson to task and Todd recounts his time at a metal concert. Joe and Todd compare their sleep habits, The effects of over the counter drugs on Joe is discussed After the trailer, they discuss the remake of the movie they are doing and pitch their ideas to improve the genre. Twitter is further explained to Todd. Late night TV and censorship is talked about.
Weekend at Bernie’s - “Fresh Off That Mannequin Buzz.”
Published July 21, 2017
This week, Joe and Todd lend their commentary to the Summer Comedy "Weekend at Bernie's."
They talk about the diversity in some directors' resumes, the worst potential sequel name of all time and who could have starred in this movie. Todd claims another Fist of the North Star Sighting and Joe explains clothes to Todd.
More concepts for a Part 3 are discussed and the guys talk party etiquette. Joe shares the real life version of this story and reveals the movie after which Weekend at Bernie's was loosely based.
Skeet Ulrich is found in the background of yet another Miscast Commentary Movie.
For extra credit, they discuss what they would do with a dead body.
Published July 14, 2017
The guys announce their next movie, pitch their versions of a sequel to this movie and bitch about the heat. They share their philosophy of "The Right Kind of Bad," the formula that makes a bad movie enjoyable. Todd and Joe almost didn't make it again and they share their stories. Joe lists his top 5 Summer movies and a brief discussion of the making of the Friday the 13th Movies takes place.
Canadian Bacon - “We Went and Saw It ‘Cuz You Were In It.”
Published July 7, 2017
In this episode, the guys celebrate Canada Day and the 4th of July with the Michael Moore Satire "Canadian Bacon."
Joe and Todd discuss John Candy and his connection to a certain director and how he helped Rick Moranis' career, the proximity of most locations to their own hometown and Michael Moore's first foray into fictional film making.
For the first time ever, the guys pause the movie to show Todd's appearance as an extra in the movie as a young boy. An old Guest Host makes a quick appearance.
Joe and Todd discuss how this movie is more relevant than ever. They also experienced their first ever technical issue where the movie stopped playing on them.
Todd Joe lists questions Canadians have heard from Americans and Todd gives important advice regarding sneaking into movies.
Published June 30, 2017
In this Coming Attractions Episode, Joe and Todd announce the next movie which is meant to celebrate both Canada Day and The 4th of July, They also announce a special twist with this movie. Todd recounts rewatching Caddyshack and they critique the old classic and talk about the legacy of a great comedic actor. They tackle politcal leaders and Joe makes his case for a credit on a Comedy Central Show. We dip back into the Miscast Commentary Archives and Joe breaks down his top 5 Canadian Films.
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring Part 2 - "We are F&$#ing Mandatory"
Published June 23, 2017
The guys conclude The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring in this episode.
They discuss the location of Sting in Elijah Wood's House, how editing, not CG, can add performance and why One movie is on two bluray discs when Todd has all of the Puppet masters on one DVD.
Todd talks about his exploits with religious recruiters and they talk about the impact that Andy Serkis is having in film today that started with this film.
More connections to the BBC Radio play are revealed as is the genetics of multiple actors in the movie. What injury came to the people making chain mail for the movie and where Sean Bean got his scar are also discuss the merits of the after-the-credits scenes in more recent movies and why it was good that it didn't occur here.
Joe and Todd finish the movie with a reading of the members of the Lord of the Rings Fan Club.
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring Part 1 of 2 - "It Has to Be Mutton"
Published June 18, 2017
In this episode, the guys are watching Disc 1 of the Extended Blu Ray Edition of The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring.
They discuss the casting of the movie, the origin of the prologue and Elijah Wood's early career (And Joe's inability to player hate Elijah).
Details of the making of the movie are discussed. You discover all of the roles that Christopher Lee could have played (and the people he knew) as well as Lee's record in the world of cinema.
The value of the extended scenes are discussed.
Published June 9, 2017
In this Coming Attractions Episode, Joe and Todd talk about the behind the scenes video they shoot, Joe shares their high school rock band ambition and his epic journey to make it to the recording, which leads into the announcement for the next movie to be covered.