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The MCP (The Motion/Captured Podcast)

By Drew McWeeny

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Drew McWeeny, the film editor for and screenwriter of "Cigarette Burns" and "Pro-Life," hosts this weekly podcast about film, DVD, the festival circuit, and whatever else seems crucial in pop culture. With special guests and movie nerd games each week, THE MCP is movie talk for people who genuinely love entertainment.

Customer Reviews

Motion Captured Podtastic!

Just listened to the special Star Wars podcast between Drew and Scott. I know this is going to sound weird, but I savored it like a fine wine. I listened to bits of it over the course of a few days.

Drew has done outstanding work since AICN and now at Hitfix. This really give you insight into how much he truly enjoys what he does. I'm really glad my first experience was listening to two old friends geek out about all things Star Wars and riffing on movies. Bellflower and Evan Glodell are now on my radar.

Now I have to put ALL these podcasts into my queue!

Thanks and keep up the great work!

-Troy C. Oleck
A.K.A. lightscameraachtung!

A Great Balance

This movie podcast has a point of view and a sense of humor, but it is grounded in its hosts' real-world experience as screenwriters. Like Drew McWeeny's column, it balances informative, insightful discussion with wit and irreverence. Unlike a lot of "entertainment" programs, it avoids Hollywood politics and tabloid rumors. McWeeny and Swan bring a younger perspective than someone like Roger Ebert, making them especially (but not exclusively) suited to film fans who grew up on the blockbusters of the late seventies and early eighties. Not exactly slick production values, but quite listenable.

Motion captured

This is a great podcast. Very informative and entertaining. Perfect for any who likes film and likes to laugh

The MCP (The Motion/Captured Podcast)
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  • Category: TV & Film
  • Language: English

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