Volume XXI: Liam Neeson: Ultimate Movie Daddy or Nah?

Break out your dad jokes – it is the Father’s Day episode! Hannah and Julia discuss best movie dads, including Liam Neeson and his phone (and sweater) skills, Sean Connery’s seagulls, and the king of all lion dads. Plus, Hannah makes Julia play a suspicious Father’s Day game! You’ll hear the ladies talk about their…

Volume XX: Nathan Lane is Not a Woman

Is that LL Cool J or Drew Barrymore? It’s anybody’s guess in this episode as Julia and Hannah discuss the most memorable movie disguises! A pant-less Santa Claus, a pre-insane Amanda Bynes, and an inadvertent moment of Sawception (yes, there will be spoilers) are just a few of the classic disguises the ladies uncover. Plus,…

Volume XIX: Hannah Doesn’t Understand British Movies

This week, Hannah is riding solo as Julia enjoys her Honeymoon. After searching far and wide, they found a co-host who loves superhero films so much he’s even got one tattooed on his arm. Film Roast welcomes Steven from the Is This Adulting? podcast to chat about his favorite music in a movie scene. Hear…

Small Talk: Listener Questions Part One

You asked, we answered. Join Hannah and Julia as they discuss your excellent listener questions! Hear about Julia’s hatred for Harold and Maude. Listen to Hannah discuss how her Dad and Clark Griswold strike an uncanny resemblance. You’ll get full access to all the answers here! Sit down and grab your favorite mug: It’s time…

Volume XVIII: Introducing Mrs. Rock-A-Doodle

1991 was an excellent year…for movies! In this episode, Julia and Hannah reminisce about the year the world was graced with their presence and also a bunch of other stuff like Clarice Starling, Glenn Close secretly dressed up like a pirate, and Arnold Schwarzenegger’s very expensive dialogue. Dust off those stirrup pants, kids – it’s…

Volume XVII: A Trip Down Musical Lane

The hills are alive…with the sound of the musical episode of Film Roast! This week Julia and Hannah invite you to listen (and sing badly) along with them as they discuss their favorite movie musicals. From such classics like Chicago and The Wizard of Oz to an obscure Muppet pick, the ladies recount just why these musicals…

Volume XVI: She Went Full Jodie Foster

Julia and Hannah relive the most memorable scenes from the films of David Fincher, the master of the dark and edgy (and Brad Pitt). The Social Network, Gone Girl, and Benjamin Button are just a few of the movies up for grabs in this episode as Julia and Hannah discuss Rosamund Pike’s flawless voice (and ability to murder),…

Volume XV: Many Ryan Goslings

Hannah and Julia inadvertently work through some stuff in this week’s episode as they discuss all the horrible movie scenes that made them cry. A murderous documentary, a beautiful football brotherhood, and almost every Pixar movie ever bring the angst straight to your ears. Also, Hannah and Julia discover a mutual, unfortunate connection to Titanic….

Volume XIV: Who Okay’d This?

Hopefully your therapist is on speed dial, because this week Julia and Hannah are delving deep into their scarred psyches to talk about horrifying children’s movies. Lady spirit nipples? Shriveled, white aliens laying in a ditch? Gypsy hobo lust? A high school art project Hannah probably thought was cool? You tried to forget, but we’re…

Volume XIII: A Leprechaun Named Leprechaun

Hey Sandra Bullock! Hey Sigourney Weaver! Again! It’s the space episode! Space is terrifying, amiright? You know what’s even more terrifying? Hayden Christensen with a rat tail, political aliens, and how much Julia hates Interstellar. Put on your space helmets, kids, cause this episode is out of this world.

Volume XII: King Kong Just Wants a Girlfriend

It’s death, sadness, and bees on this week’s episode! Julia and Hannah woefully discuss the best and worst movie deaths, including some animated heartbreakers, tanning beds, and the iconic Quentin Tarantino. Also, Julia and Hannah have their first fight. Grab some Kleenex and get ready to weep into your popcorn – it’s the death episode…

Volume XI: Does Ariel Have Fish Parts or Lady Parts?

Julia and Hannah answer the hard-hitting questions in this Disney-themed episode of Film Roast! Why is “Cars” a thing? Is “Lilo and Stitch” even on-brand? And why the hell are we all obsessed with creepy claymation? Put on your mouse ears and listen up – it’s time for Film Roast!