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How Did This Get Made?

By Earwolf and Paul Scheer, June Diane Raphael, Jason Mantzoukas

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Have you ever seen a movie so bad that it's amazing? Paul Scheer, June Diane Raphael and Jason Mantzoukas want to hear about it! We'll watch it with our funniest friends, and report back to you with the results.

Customer Reviews

Fun and interactive.

If you have any appreciation for how terrible movies can be it's worth a listen. Jason, Paul and June are super-funny and observant. Fun to play along with as well. Great job!

I Love Bad Movies

And i also love hearing people talk about them. This is such a good podcast.

Could be better

I like the concept but it could be better.

I think the discussions need some more structure, direction and to be better paced.

After starting, each discussion tends to rapidly accelerate into a breathless high-pitch of competing critical voices. Too many people speaking about different points at the same time in an over-excited way that makes the podcast wearing and difficult to engage with.

I know this is meant to be funny and informal. But a bit of structure would help. Perhaps start by letting every one express (in turn) what they believe to be the main fault of the film. Then break the discussion up into parts that deal with (for example): the leading actors, the script, the direction, what other leading critics though of it, the box-office performance, etc.