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The 2017 SVs Part One - Screen Verdict's Television Awards
April 15, 2018 04:31 PM PDT
Now we've all had time to catch up on the best 2017 had to offer Matt and Jonathan celebrate with the most exclusive awards in show business!
In Part One of the ceremony we share our nominees for best Best Television Actress, Best Television Actor and and Best Television Series.
Neither Matt or Jonathan know the outcome as they debate the merits of each candidate and crown the winners live on the podcast.
Share your favourites and let us know what we got right or wrong at - https://www.facebook.com/ScreenVerdictPodcastCoco Review - Where Does it Place in Our Pixar Rank?
March 10, 2018 12:54 PM PST
Screen Verdict started with a review of Cars 2 that included a ranking every Pixar film. This week we're back with another podcast and a film to add to that list!
Matt and Jonathan discuss whether we should move away from podcasting into the shoemaking business, decide whether we agree with a strict anti-music stance, and establish how long is it okay to leave your family to pursue your dreams.
We then provide our Screen Verdict rating and debate where Coco should be placed in our Pixar ran. Lastly in Housekeeping we attempt to decipher a cryptic Valentine's day post from Matt.
For all our reviews and competitions you can Like us at - https://www.facebook.com/ScreenVerdictPodcastStar Wars: The Last Jedi (but probably not the last Star Wars) Review
January 20, 2018 02:06 PM PST
After a little time to mull over the latest instalment in the Star Wars series, Screen Verdict is back with their next review.
Along the way we crunch the finances to make a bold prediction on the future of Star Wars, take our cues from Luke Skywalker on how to look cool while waiting for a meeting, and sift our way through a number of plot twists... or plot holes.
For all our reviews and competitions you can Like us at - https://www.facebook.com/ScreenVerdictPodcastAmerican Vandal Review - Who Did the D...eed?
December 30, 2017 11:07 AM PST
The Screen Verdict detectives are on the case! After successfully solving the case of the missing cookies - https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/screenverdict/episodes/2014-04-28T23_01_32-07_00 - we use our trained eyes to review Netflix's American Vandal and hand out our guilty and not guilty verdicts.
Along the way we share our suspects, theories and perhaps even turn on each other in a quest to find the ugly truth.
We divide the podcast into Non-Spoiler and Spoiler segments depending on how far along the case you are at home.
For all our reviews and competitions you can Like us at - https://www.facebook.com/ScreenVerdictPodcastStranger Things 2 Review - Bigger, Stranger, Better?
November 24, 2017 12:02 PM PST
This week on the podcast we review the second series (or is it sequel?) of Netflix's Stranger Things.
Along the way we discuss how far down the Upside Down rabbit hole we'd go to win someone's affection, show how easy it is for an unlikeable character to redeem themselves with an even less likeable character on the show, and why one of the episodes might have been better as a DVD extra.
Lastly we give our Screen Verdict ratings and preview some upcoming podcasts in a quick Housekeeping segment.
November 18, 2017 03:41 PM PST
Screen Verdict likes to keep its finger on the pulse and despite the fact that Baby Driver was released in June the beat of the Baby Driver drum is still kicking and we give the fans what they want.
Before our review Jonathan finds a statistical coincidence that could be a clue for our opinion on Baby Driver, and Matt shares his controversial visit to the Baby Driver premiere.
Also on the podcast Matt reveals how he related to the film now that he can drive, whether referencing someone's name in a song is a good pick-up strategy and Matt and Jonathan figure out their Halloween costumes for 2018.
For all our reviews and competitions you can Like us - https://www.facebook.com/ScreenVerdictPodcastMTV Video Music Awards Review 2017 (Belated)
October 23, 2017 10:11 PM PDT
The MTV VMAs are the one time a year Screen Verdict weighs in on the music industry so we didn't let the fact they happened weeks ago stop us from sharing our opinions.
We review each of the nominees in the Best Music Video category and with our combined scores out of 5 declare a Screen Verdict winner. Was it the same as the actual VMA winner? Both Matt and Jonathan avoided spoilers so we find out live on the podcast!
Along the way we dissect Kendrick Lamar's golf swing, question Bruno Mars' pick up game and wonder whether Rhianna gives herself wild thoughts.
October 16, 2017 10:37 PM PDT
This week on the podcast Screen Verdict reviews Emma Stone and Steve Carrell going head to head in Battle of the Sexes.
Along the way we make a series of bad tennis puns, solve all gender issues, and discover the real value of vitamins.
September 25, 2017 09:28 PM PDT
In a very special podcast Screen Verdict shares our take on the Emmy Awards show as well as all the major winners. We're also joined by friend of the podcast (and Jonathan's new wife) Bonnie Efird.
Along the way discuss Stephen Colbert v John Oliver, decide whether Elaine Benes or Selina Meyer is the more iconic character, and why the This Is Us trailer editors need to be fired.
Matt then shares some behind the scenes stories from the Emmys and the HBO after party including Jeffrey Tambor, Larry David, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Ben Affleck and more!
Lastly in Housekeeping we share who won the Cooke Emmy betting and share some stories from Jonathan and Bonnie's wedding!
September 05, 2017 11:37 AM PDT
On the podcast this week Matt and Jonathan review the SV award winning (as well as some Emmys or something) show Veep.
Along the way we discuss Veep putting an Australian politician in hospital, choose the Veep character we'd pick to be our sperm donor, and make the call for Jonah Ryan 2020.
Lastly we give a Screen Verdict rating and in Housekeeping we the new season of Curb Your Enthusiasm and learn about the cult hit (not verified) Michael Richards Show.
Movies, TV or just pop culture; Jonathan and Matt have opinions and they aren't afraid to give them.
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