Jan 4, 2017

MMGB: BioShock


The Midnight Movie Cowboys are still on break, however Hunter and Garo got together to do the second Midnight Movie Game Boys episode.

This one is on the BioShock series (we kind of ignore the second one, because no one REALLY cares about it). Let us know if there are any other games you want us to cover! Head on over to the Facebook group and chime in!




Dec 20, 2016

2016: In Review


And so it is, that we say farewell to 2016. A year with some highs and some lows. This episode is not so much strictly, 2016 in review of films (although we do cover that) but 2016 in general.

Anyway, the MMC will be back in 2017, bigger and badder than ever. Until then, everybody, stay safe Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year to you all.

Thanks so much everyone, for your support.

See ya next year.

The Guys





Dec 12, 2016

Kung Fu Brother: The Ron Hall Interview


Ok gang, this week, John and Stu steer the ship (Hunter is all tied up celebrating his Birthday) so we are joined by - Actor / Director / Stuntman / Martial Artist - RON HALL.

We probe Ron with questions about his career in the business, along with a bunch of other things.

Sit back, and listen to this fascinating interview, Ron is a real good guy, and great to listen to.

Check him out on IMDB - HERE

See ya next week


Dec 5, 2016

The Best of British Vol.1


Oi, right, like, this week, we go all Brit-ish and decided to look at 3 sitcoms, that would by and large, be considered as unknown. We look at HANCOCKS HALF HOUR, ON THE BUSES and LOVE THY NEIGHBOUR.

With Stu very familiar with all of these shows, it was interesting to get a view of them, from an American perspective, on these 3 shows, from a different time, where political correctness did not exist, thank goodness. 

Anyway, here are the links as to where you can buy these collections.

The Tony Hancock Collection can be found on PAL DVD HERE

On the Buses can be found on PAL DVD HERE

On the Buses can be found on NTSC (R1) DVD HERE

Love Thy Neighbour can be found on PAL DVD HERE


See ya next week


Nov 27, 2016

Metallica: Hardwired… To Self-Destruct


After 8 years, Metallica finally decided to be produtive, and released some new music. Since the MMC are Metallica fans (minus John who is not, and decided to sit this week out) we decided to review the new album, track by track, with the help of one of our listeners, and mega Metallica fan - Trinity Martin.

For the record, no, this not a Rock Month episode - it's not June, so it can't be. However we did wanna mix things up a bit this week. 

Anyway, relax, sit back and make your own mosh pit as we dive into all things Metallica.

See ya next wek.



Nov 20, 2016

The Blob (1958)


Beware of the blob, it creeps, and leaps, and glides and slides across the floor.... you know the song, you most likely know the film also. A 28 year old Steve McQueen, trying to pass as a 17 year old kid, cheap effects etc etc. 

This week, we look at with fond (and some not so fond) memories of THE BLOB.

So sit back, grab some Popcorn, and a Soda, and listen as we talk all about THE BLOB (and a side tangent or 2).

See ya next week



Nov 13, 2016

Midnight Movie Gameboys: Metal Gear Solid



Last week, we were eagerly awaiting the coming of God Emperor Trump on the show, so naturally you would think this episode would be a victory lap. Sadly, John and Stu couldn't make it, so Hunter and Garo got together to do a show we wanted to do last year before Garo fell ill with cancer. Since John and Stu hate video games, doing a side show with Hunter and Garo talking games has been on the burner for awhile. So, here is the premiere episode of the Midnight Movie Gameboys, where we talk about Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, as well as the Metal Gear series in general. Let us know what you think, and if you want more shows like this. Enjoy, and MAGA!


Nov 7, 2016



This week, we take a look at the 2016 documentary on Carlos Danger himself - Anthony Weiner.

It tells the tale of Weiner, and his time on the comeback trail, in the race for the Mayor of New York, however, certain circumstances, see Weiner and his campaign, go horribly wrong. Poor Carlos.

Also, with the U.S election a mere day or two away, we chime in with our thoughts, rants and cautionary warnings.

This episode is strictly NSFW and NSFL (Not safe for Liberals)

The future is in your hands America
Vote Wisely.

See ya next week.

Oct 30, 2016

Son of Frankenstein


Hey all, Halloween is upon us at the MMC (well for 2 of the 3 of us) So this week, we decided to cover a Universal Horror, one that doesn't get a lot of love, but one we feel is worthy of your time and attention - Son of Frankenstein.

So turn the lights down low, pop some popcorn, and listen on with us.

Happy Halloween
See ya next week


Oct 23, 2016

Mel Gibson’s Apocalypto


Happy belated Columbus Day everybody! This week, John and Hunter revisit a film by the greatest living filmmaker and Catholic theologian of our time, Mel Gibson. Of course, that movie is a great classic of the aughts, Apocalypto. We can't wait for Hacksaw Ridge! Mad Mel returns! So high energy!

Be sure to rate and review us on iTunes to support the show. Thanks in advance, friends!

Oct 16, 2016

Godzilla 1984 (aka The Return of Godzilla)


This week, John and Hunter were planning on reviewing the latest Godzilla movie, Shin Godzilla, however we waited too long to get tickets and we thought it looked dull anyway. So instead, we discuss Godzilla 1984, also known as The Return of Godzilla. The Japanese version finally got a region 1 release on Blu-ray from Kraken, so revisiting it made for an interesting discussion.


Oct 9, 2016

Rob Zombies ‘31′


You've heard mention of it over the last 2 years, and FINALLY it is here. Yes, that's right, ourselves, along with the return of Garo Nigoghossian (AKA Genocidehead) discuss the latest Rob Zombie attempt - 31.
There are no pre-review tangents this week, we dive straight into the film, as we know you are all anxious to know what we think of it, There is just way too much to say on it.
Anyway, a word of warning, this episode is absolutely NSFW, and may just offend somebody out there, consider this your trigger warning, snowflakes.
The end song is used courtesy of SeventhSon on youtube, their song parodies are awesome, check them out on the link below

Catch Garo on facebook, via his Dangerous People page

See you all next week

Oct 3, 2016

Hello, I’m Johnny Cash


Hello, I'm Johnny Cash.... well actually we're the Midnight Movie Cowboys, but this week Stu and John, discuss Johnny Cash, and also look at his 1974 Columbo movie Swan Song.

There also a few tangents thrown in, but you guys are used to that.

See you all next week.


Sep 25, 2016



Hey gang, this week, we return to the mysterious case of EAR/ONS. For those of you familiar with our episode from a couple of years ago that we did, the first EAR/ONS episode
We delved into the strange tale of EAR/ONS with filmmaker, and friend of the show Cameron Cloutier, who was /still is in the process of getting his film, about the last victim, Janelle Lisa Cruz, made.
This time around, the MMC have gone one step further. We go even deeper into the mysterious individual known as EAR/ONS, with the one man, who is considered the best source of knowledge on the case - Author Gian Quasar, PLUS we are also joined by Janelle Lisa Cruz's sister - Michelle Cruz.

Please note, there is zero film talk on this episode. It is solely about this still unsolved case. The content is very heavy, but the subject itself is not for the faint of heart.

Don't listen to this one alone, or with the lights out, this seriously is some scary stuff, and unfortunately, it is all real.

We cannot thank our guests enough for their time, and lending us their stories and the information that they have. Please follow the links below, and reach out to them, and go get yourself a whole lot more information on this bizarre tale.

The FBI's official page on EAR/ONS

Gian Quasar's fantastic website, not just about EAR/ONS, but many other things.

Go visit Michelle's facebook page, about her sister Janelle.

Also check out Cameron Cloutier's facebook page 'Bird with a Broken Wing'

See ya next week, along with the man in black.

Sep 18, 2016

Jaws 2


A Shaaarrkkkk!!!!! Hey gang, back this week, with a film, that is a bit more mainstream than what we usually cover - JAWS 2.

While not quite the classic that its' predecessor JAWS was, in terms of quality, this one still did well at the box office, so we thought we'd talk about it this week, and see if it still holds up.

So grab your surfboard, or pull up a beach chair and listen on. And, oh, if you have tits like a sparrow, better bring some padding for that bikini.


Sep 11, 2016

Going Clear


Hey all, this week, the MMC go clear, with GOING CLEAR. Alex Gibney's documentary was groundbreaking as an expose on the Church of Scientology, and we talk all about it, with a few tangents on the side, as usual.

Grab your e-meters, and hold on tight. By the words of Xenu - Listen to the Midnight Movie Cowboys!!!!!

Sep 4, 2016

The Nice Guys


This week, John and Hunter examine one of their favorite new releases in a dismal year for movies, Shane Black's The Nice Guys. It stars Ryan Gosling and Russel Crowe, so don't be shocked if Stu doesn't show up. Go Rabbitohs! 


Aug 29, 2016

The Hebrew Hammer


Hey all, this week, the Midnight Movie Cowboys, become The Midnight Movie Cowgoys. That's right, we get our Jew on, by covering  the ultimate Jewish comedy - THE HEBREW HAMMER. We are also joined on this episode, by our friend, and podcaster extraordinaire Mr. Craig Cohen. We are also joined in the last third of the episode, by a very special guest, the writer / director of The Hebrew Hammer - Mr. Jonathan Kesselman.

This film is an absolute blast, the episode was a riot to do, and we look forward to having both Craig and Jonathan back with us again very soon.

Anyway, you can catch our guests at the following links.

Craig Cohen's awesome podcast Slycast can be found HERE

Find Craig on Twitter HERE and Slycast on Twitter HERE

Find Slycast on Facebook HERE

Find Jonathan on Twitter HERE

Go visit Jonathan's website, for all information on him and his work HERE

Go watch the trailer to his new film JIMMY VESTVOOD: AMERIKAN HERO 

P..S - Thanks to Jonathan for letting us use the never-before-released theme to The Hebrew Hammer at the end of this episode.

Shabbat Shalom Motherfuckers!!

Aug 21, 2016

Free for All


You know what we got here? We got ourselves a damn free for all!! That's right, this week, there is no film covered, it is all a freeform conversation, which lead into something we are the masters at - Rants.

As this was a last minute thing we decided to just roll with it, and see where it lead us, here is how it turned out.

Fear not, we will be back next week with a film we have in mind, it should be a good 'un also.

See ya next week


Aug 14, 2016

Pumping Iron II - The Women


This week, the MMC looks at a sequel to a documentary we covered a few years ago - Pumping Iron.

Yes, that's right, John and Stuart look at the female side of Bodybuilding with PUMPING IRON II - The Women.

As mentioned, this film is an oddity, much like Bodybuilding itself, but we love the sport of Bodybuilding, and this certainly is one we needed to cover.

What were our thoughts on it? Listen on and find out. 


You can watch this, long unavailable documentary in FULL here on youtube.


Aug 7, 2016

Batman V Superman: Ultimate Edition


Hey, what's going on MMC? This is the second recent film within a month you guys have covered, you guys selling out? 

No, we are not. We just felt compelled to cover this film, along with the return of our special guest, and friend, Cameron Cloutier, as this version of Batman V Superman, has a different structure, to that of it's theatrical release. 

So how did it all pan out? Well you are going to have to listen on and find out.

You can find Cameron on the various links below

Go to his YouTube channel HERE

Go to the Obnoxious and Anonymous Facebook page HERE

Follow Cameron on Twitter HERE

See you all next week


Jul 31, 2016

The Manchurian Candidate


The Midnight Movie Cowboys are the kindest, bravest, warmest, most wonderful human beings I've ever known in my life.

Hey all, we're back after a week off. This time we look at the 1962 Frank Sinatra classic - The Manchurian Candidate. What with the U.S election at full steam ahead, it seemed only fitting to tackle this one.

As usual, there is the odd tangent in there, those familiar with the show will know how we roll.

Anyway, grab yourself a pack of cards, play a game of solitaire & sit down with us and listen. Oh, and you draw the Queen of diamonds, you must immediately head to itunes and leave us a glowing 5 star review - got it?



Jul 17, 2016

Halloween III: Season of the Witch


6 more days til Halloween.... 3 more days til Halloween....1 more day til Halloween etc. etc. Know the jingle? Then you will be very familiar with our episode for this week. We look at one of the most polarising horror films, not just in a franchise, but in general - Halloween III: Season of the Witch,

This week, Hunter and Stu, in John's absence and his disdain for horror films, look at one of their favourite films in the very uneven, Halloween series - Halloween III.

Did we like it? Why did this film fail? How awesome is Tom Atkins? And just how hot is Stacey Nelkin? We pose the questions, and we may have the answers.

Anyway, put on your masks (you know we just had to say that) and tune in with us, don't worry, you'll be guaranteed not to die a death of bugs and snakes if you do.

See ya next week

Jul 10, 2016

The Legend of Tarzan

This week, John and Hunter do a rare episode that actually covers a new movie that is in theaters right now! We must be losing our edge! In the MMC tradition of covering the great heroes of the past on screen, we watched at the latest Tarzan adventure, The Legend of Tarzan, starring Alexander Skarsgård, Samuel L. Jackson, Margot Robbie, and Christoph Waltz. The movie was co-written by Craig Brewer, who did awesome movies like The Poor & Hungry and Hustle & Flow, and was directed by David Yates, who did those terrible Harry Potter movies. So what did we think? How does it stack up against other Tarzan movies? Does it adequately honor the source material? Listen to find out!

As usual, be sure to rate & review us on iTunes if you enjoy the show, it really helps!

Jul 3, 2016

Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow


This week, John and Hunter look back at Kerry Conran's influential-yet-overlooked retro masterpiece, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, starring Jude Law, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Angelina Jolie. We talk about how it paved the way for the modern blockbuster, and of course, there are a lot of tangents along the way. 

Be sure to subscribe, rate and review us on iTunes to support the show. Thanks for listening!

Jun 26, 2016

Rock Month: Cheap Trick


The final week of Rock Month is upon us, and this week John, Hunter, and Stu look at their collective pick, Cheap Trick! Recently inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, we take a look at a selection of albums from the Rockford, Illinois quartet's long history. These albums include Cheap Trick, In Color, Heaven Tonight, At Budokan, Dream Police, All Shook Up, One on One, Cheap Trick '97, and Bang Zoom Crazy...Hello! Thanks for listening, and be sure to subscribe, rate and review us on iTunes!


Jun 19, 2016

Rock Month: Y&T


We're over the halfway line, and into week 3 of Rock Month. This week, it's John's pick, and he has thrust upon us all, the fantastically underrated band Y&T.
We look at their catalogue from their first album, all the way into the mid 80's. An excellent body of work (for the most part) by one of the hardest working, and nicest bunch of guys (as has been echoed by just about every person) on the planet.

Sit back, dig in and enjoy the awesomeness that is Y&T.

We'll be back next week, with the final episode of Rock Month for this year, all ready to go for ya.



Jun 13, 2016

Rock Month: King’s X


We're in week 2 of Rock Month, and this week we discuss Hunter's pick, the underrated power trio King's X. In this episode, we discuss their first six albums: Out of the Silent Planet, Gretchen Goes to Nebraska, Faith Hope Love, King's X, Dogman, and Ear Candy.  Let us know what you think of these albums in the comments, and don't forget to rate and review us on iTunes!

Jun 5, 2016

Rock Month: The Misfits


It's June, that can only mean one thing here over at the MMC - Rock Month!!! And, to kick off Rock Month this year, we have a band, whose logo is far more well known than their music - The Misfits.

See we here at the MMC, are actually fans of The Misfits, we just don't think that the Crimson Ghost looks good on a t-shirt, no we actually like their music - A LOT.

So listen in as we go over their catalogue in the Glenn Danzig era (the only true Misfits era in our eyes and ears). We do however, glaze over the other Misfits releases post Danzig, with very mixed feelings.

So sit back, pop your hair into a devilock, grab some brains to munch on and enjoy.... or we'll send some whores to your house.

May 29, 2016

Robert Altman’s Nashville


This week, John and Hunter sit down to discuss Robert Altman's 1975 masterpiece, Nashville, featuring a large ensemble cast that includes names like Henry Gibson, Keith Carradine, Shelly Duvall, Jeff Goldblum, Elliot Gould, Ronee Blakley, Keenan Wynn, and Lily Tomlin, just to name a few. John also discusses seeing the movie at the Alamo Drafthouse with James Ellroy, and Hunter goes on various tangents, including shootings at concerts. Next week, strap in, because we'll be kicking off our second annual Rock Month!

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