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What happens when a movie franchise thinks they don’t have to stop at Trilogy Station? You get a Runaway Franchise! In this podcast we watch, make fun of, and rank each movie in a franchise with 4 or more movies in it. The goal? To ultimately decide what is the greatest and the absolute worst Runaway Franchise of all time! The hosts have been friends for the better part of 20 years, so they're not afraid to hurt each other's feelings. Find us:runawayfranchise.comThe Runaway Franchisees are:D ...
 
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This week we wrap up (reboot?) the Rocky franchise with 2015’s “Creed”. On the show is special guest Deron Bennett – an award-winning comic book letterer and artist based out of New Jersey. We sit down and discuss this refreshing reboot of the franchise. In the Lobby: Deron Bennet AndWorld Design – http://www.andworlddesign.com AndWorld Design on T…
 
No guest spot this week but the boys enter the retirement home to face up against 2006’s Rocky Balboa…in what might be the most challenging sad, bummer movie the Runaway Contenders have ever faced. Did this movie bring the hard-hitting inspirational classic that the Boyz have come to enjoy during the Rocky Franchise? Or did it make them crawl in a …
 
The Franchise Playas enter the ring to face-off with 1990’s Rocky V! But this time Rocky is ringside while Tommy “The Machine” Gunn tries to replicate the knockout successes of the former entries. Check out if Ed, Dom and Tom embrace this new contender or do they feel abandoned by Rocky and start hanging out with a bunch of coconuts smoking at a st…
 
It’s round 4 of the Rocky Franchise! Packed to the brim with robots, synthesizers, montages, music, steroids, friendship and punches! But is that the winning formula the Runaway Boyz need to keep their momentum going? Found out if Ed, Dom and Tom think this is just razzmatazz or another knockout classic! In the Lobby: In what has really become a Ru…
 
Another round for the Runaway Boyz with 1982’s Rocky III. The boyz felt like champions after watching the last Rocky while their reign of pleasant watching continue as Rocky takes on the likes of Thunderlips! Or will Clubber Lang bring ruin to this rising franchise! Get in the ring with Dom, Ed and Tom to find out! In the lobby: Ed receives a video…
 
This week the Box-away Boys watched Rocky II from 1979. Did this movie get Dom, Ed and Tom pumped to beat up the air or some fools, or did they slip into a coma for this cultural classic? Come listen to them eat lightning and crap their pants…I think that’s how the line goes? Hey editor? Can I get a retake on that? In the Lobby: Ed reads the League…
 
BA DUN DUN DUN DUNNNNN DUH DA DUN DUN DUNNN BAH BAH BA BAH BA BA BAHHHH BAHHHH DAHHHHHHHH. In this episode we start the iconic “Rocky” series featuring Sylvester “SLYDAWG” Stallone. For Ed, this movie is weird as hell because he’s never seen it. Listen in to hear our breakdown of this classic sports drama (really?). Quit hangin’ around like a spide…
 
This week, Ed is lost in his kitchen…so Dom and Tom didn’t want to step in the ring with Rocky Franchise just yet so they gave 2013-2015’s Hannibal television show a watch! Dom went in expecting to hate anything Anthony Hopkins wasn’t in and Tom messes up what work Mads Mikkelsen has done…Find out where the television show lands in their rankings o…
 
The boyz, in this mental torture podcast, were forced to watch 2007’s Hannibal Rising. This week Ed attacks movie theater recliner seats, Tom blasts generous Google users and being unable to rent this horrifically terrible movie, and Dom is the only one that absorbed anything that happened in this movie. Do yourself a favor if you never seen this m…
 
The Runaway Franchise Boyz take on the tiger dick grabbing Red Dragon from 2002! Dom shows his class with how he uses a roast beef sandwich, Ed finally figured out what his doctor was doing with a steak knife, and Tom keeps talking about a movie call Manhunter and, to Dom’s frustration, Boogie Nights…Did this prequel impress the boyz? Do they fall …
 
The “silence has been broken” as the Runaway Boizzzz snore through 2001’s Hannibal! Dom keeps talking about bushes for some reason, Ed would go below the wrist to keep a watch on his arm and Tom inspects the inspector’s suspect amount of screen time…Listen up and find out about the boizzzz love for a tri-wheeled dolly… The Lobby: Ed, as his contrac…
 
The Runaway Boyz crack open the case file on the Hannibal Lecter Franchise, starting with 1991’s Silence of the Lambs. Dom blows Ed’s mind about a miss quoted line and Tom reveals his fears and shares a spooky story. BUT, does this critically acclaimed, Academy Award cannibalizing juggernaut satisfy the Runaway Boyz appetite? Join them for the appe…
 
They made it to 52 episodes! That means the Runaway Boyz have been suffering through movie franchises for a full year! They review the highs and lows in what Tom dubs the Bozcars (based on one of Ed’s nicknames). Dom gives the categories and it starts off hot as Ed reveals a hurtful revelation of what he thinks is the Worst Franchise is. In the Lob…
 
The Runaway Franchise Bots finally wrap-up the time traveling, Sci-Fi, action, thriller Terminator with 2015’s Terminator Genisys! There must have been a change in the timeline as the critical panning this movie took in 2015 didn’t line up with the assessment of the Runaway Bots of 2018. Join the Bots to find out why this movie isn’t perfect but no…
 
BA DUM DUM DA DUUU-Oh wait, this is the sh*tty one that has Christian Bale in it. For episode 50, we start off with an exciting game of flipping the cap into the cup instead of talking about Terminator: Salvation. It’s big episode 50 and the Runaway bots journey to the future to watch the tannest, blandest, most bleak looking entrance in the Termin…
 
You’re alive? Lets come! This week the Runaway Bots target 2003’s Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines! But, much to their dismay, there has been a fatal malfunction to this franchise’s quality! Ed short circuits after his realization that franchises tend to get absolutely terrible after the first two movies. Dom tries to make sense of it all as he t…
 
They’re back, baby! Doesn’t matter if you hide in the shadows or you are made of liquid metal you can’t get a ding dong past them! Check out how a movie can effect a young child’s mind as Tom admits how he wanted live in this movie, Dom thirsts for liquid metal, and Ed investigates further into the Bridge of Dads. Time to hasta la vista, baby and g…
 
Dom came back from the time 2029 to explain time travel to 2018’s Ed while 1988’s Tommy is chased by 1984’s The Terminator! Strap in folks, we talk about time travel A LOT! Does this movie stand the test of time for the Runawayinators? Come with us if you want to live with enjoyment…listening to our podcast! Lobby: The Runawayinators talk about the…
 
The Runaway Boyz are fully loaded to wrap up this franchise with 1998’s Lethal Weapon 4. Once again, they boyz give the scoop on every single sub-sub-sub-plot there is in this action packed, random as heck, memorial movie to Froggy. Ed falls in love with a big darn shark. Tom is willing to get a tattoo with Ed of the big darn shark. And Dom is will…
 
The Runaway Boyz are 2 weeks away from retiring this franchise but for now are back on duty with this week’s investigation on 1992’s Lethal Weapon 3. It was a challenge to parse through the seemingly cocaine fueled plot, sub-plots, sub-sub-plots, sub-sub-sub-plots…but the boyz definitely figured it all out…definitely…Okay-okay-okay-okay–run to the …
 
We rolled into 1989’s Lethal Weapon 2! Tom decided to participate in the drinking game associated with the franchise and tries to hum the saxophone tunes…a lot…which makes it very difficult for Dom and Ed trying to explain past current events to him. Tom’s drunkenness aside, Ed enjoys toilet bombs, and Dom enjoys DIPLOMATIC IMMUNITY! Okay-enough of…
 
The Runaway detectives partner up to take on their latest case, 1987’s Lethal Weapon! Ed is fresh to the investigation but…still very uninterested…Tom is ill and going more mental than usual and Dom does everything to talk about his favorite buddy cop duo, Jackie Chan and Chis Tucker (Cinemablend, you’re on his list…). Where will this investigation…
 
“Took us two and a half truffles to get here!” Ed, Dom and Tom have survived another year and finished off another franchise. In this episode, the boys are haunted by the mean bootlegging ghost, Dead-leg and made them watch 2012’s Home Alone 5: Holiday Heist! But then the ghost of Blue’s Clues past, Steve, floated through the door and fed Ed, distr…
 
AAAAAaaAAAaaAAaaAAAaaAaHhhHHhhh! Is what the Runaway Boys screamed in unison, slapping their hands to their faces as they watched 2002’s Home Alone 4. In no way do we suggest you watch this movie. If this podcast has any purpose to it, it is to watch the unwatchable so you don’t have to. Listen to our tale of misery and woe…Merry Christmas… In the …
 
Ed, Dom and Tom are stuck at home with the chicken pox! So, they decide to pop in the VHS player 1997’s Home Alone 3! As you would think would happen 3 movies in, the Runaway boys were getting cranky and itchy which was not looking good for this latest installment…BUT! An arch of lightning blasted from their television set creating a portal for a P…
 
Ed’s back from abandoning the Runaway Franchise Family (he was sick, cut him a break, also this might be him editing this to cut himself slack) and so are the McCallister’s with 1992’s Home Alone 2: Lost in New York! The gang’s nostalgic memory runs through the traps of reality as their love of Talkboys does not reflect their feelings for this sequ…
 
This week, Ed abandons Dom and Tom as they prepare to start a new franchise with 1990’s Home Alone! All seems lost as Dom and Tom struggle to figure out how to play the movie on the darn STARZ app…but then…all was saved as a truly beautiful Christmas Miracle appeared in the form of Rick Matthews and the Kenosha Kickers! You’ll never be home alone a…
 
FREDDY IS VERSING JASON AND WE HAVE OUR FRIEND JAY(SON) HERE! J is back from the trail, and on the podcast. This week we had the pleasure of watching 2003’s Freddy vs. Jason. The horror-packed slugfest that is Freddy fighting Jason for the right to murder children. This movies oozes early 2000’s in pretty much every single way. Tune in to hear us b…
 
Wahoooooo it’s Wes Craven’s New Nightmare…the one where they make a movie about making a movie with people from the movie in it and Freddy is in it but he’s Robert Englund but also Freddy. Nancy isn’t Nancy, but she’s the actress who played Nancy (Heather Langenkamp) and her Dad is now her friend. Confused yet? So is Ed. Dom and Tom think he’s a bi…
 
It’s the FINAL NIGHTMARE (da na naaa nunnnnnn, da na na nun nunnnnnnnn, DA NA NAAAA NUNNNNNN DA NA NA NUN NUNNNNNN) **sung to the tune of the Final Countdown** Hey, guess what? This actually isn’t the last Nightmare on Elm Street Movie. However, it’s actually not a bad one. I think Ed may be back on board, Tom’s facts hit hard, and Dom still likes …
 
MORE FREDDY MOVIES. Another week, another nightmare on Elm Street. This week’s nightmare of a franchise entrance is the 5th in the series and Freddy is taking it inside the womb. He may or may not be trying to possess an unborn child. A man turns into a motorcycle. The original was rated freaking X. There’s a cool comic book scene. Tom and Dom are …
 
This week, we’re back with another installment of the Nightmare on Elm Street franchise. The OG Dream Warriors get picked off one by one, and it’s left to Alice to destroy Freddy for good. That sentence was way better sounding than the movie was. Ed is done (and may or may not have been sleeping for a large portion of the movie), Tom and Dom are st…
 
This week, we start off with a bang! Or burp. Nope, yeah it’s a burp. Another week another movie, and after the weirdo stink-fest that was NOES2, we are back with a pretty solid entrance into the franchise. You know Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors is going to be good because they have their own custom song for the credits. Freddy’s back, …
 
This week, the Franchisees are plagued by technical errors. The podcast recorder decided to have a “data write error” (OR MAYBE IT WAS FREDDY HAUNTING OUR PODCAST). We hit the back of the box, and jump right into the lobby. Don’t worry, you still get all of our discussion of the best and worst parts of this wonderful film. This week in the lobby: T…
 
We hit 30 episodes, that’s kinda fun I guess? Well, this landmark also marks the start of a spooky new franchise…1984’s “A Nightmare on Elm Street”. This week on the cast, we reveal the secret behind our backlog, discuss the best death scenes in the movie, and let you guys know what our REAL actual nightmares are. Thanks for listening and don’t for…
 
WOWOWOWOWOW we are actually done with the Twilight Saga. We start this one off with some great snack eating while on the mic. Also there’s a guest! It turns out that there was an actual Twilight fan (kind of) amongst our friends. This sleeper agent goes by the name of Caitlin (hastagdonttellcaitlin) – purveyor of fine enamel pins over at Girly Pop …
 
This week, we start the two part conclusion of the epic Twilight Saga. It’s not really epic actually, but there are some wild things that shouldn’t happen in a vampire movie for teens. Ed is morally outraged by the inappropriateness of the movie, Dom immediately shares his distaste for Jell-o products, and Tom wishes we got a “baby crawlin’ out” sc…
 
UGH. We are still watching Twilight. Tom attempts to make some connections between Twilight: Eclipse and Bonnie Tyler’s 1983 smash hit “Total Eclipse of the Heart”. He even starts singing again. Ed is broken down completely (mentally and physically because it was kinda warm in the house) and might not even have a soul left after this movie. Dom mai…
 
This week, we enter the Twilight Saga with some curiosity, confusion, and some mild rage. Tom sings too much, and everyone wishes he’d go back to car sounds. Ed would love to do steroids but rather kill himself than play baseball (among many other things), Dom admits “the only thing that can hurt me is you”, “can we stop this noooow”, and sexual da…
 
Are we really doing this? Yes, we are really doing this. We legitimately started watching Twilight…for science…and entertainment! Tune in for this sexy, weird, vampirey, werewolfy saga of awkwardness. We break down this teen fantasy drama series for the greater good of the world (with a healthy dose of self-hate). We really don’t understand why peo…
 
Don’t forget to enter our JAWS Captain Quint Figure Giveaway! http://www.runawayfranchise.com/jawsgaw This week, we wrap up the flaming, shark-filled dumpster fire that is the Jaws franchise. What better way to do so than with our good buddy Rick from Chud Report (http://www.instagram.com/chudreport)!? This time, the shark is back and he’s ready to…
 
This movie would be sooooooo good if it was just Dennis Quaid sprinting through Sea World in the shortest shorts possible. Unfortunately, it’s not. This movie is a train wreck of a Sea World advertisement, but like an ad for a theme park where your entire family can get eaten by sharks. There’s an underwater shark tube hamster tube person viewer ci…
 
Oh my freaking goodness the best thing about this film is Manfred Zendar. Who is that? What does he have to do with a giant shark? You’ll just have to listen and find out. We latched onto this mystery man because we don’t care about Brady and his stupid dumb kids and their damn sailboat race… This week in the lobby: Heroine Chic (Comics!) http://m.…
 
Just when you thought it was safe to listen to another podcast (no, yeah, jk it really is safe to listen to podcasts)… We (bait and)tackle 1975’s JAWS. The original blockbuster. The original shark movie. The original really cool blazer worn by a town mayor movie. This is one of the crew’s favorite movies, but does the franchise follow along with th…
 
This week, we took a different approach. Instead of talking about one movie in particular, we talked about all of them! We go over the best and worst standalone movies (out of Resident Evil, Fast and Furious, and Alien) and crown a franchise king. Dom and Tom are surprisingly okay with stating their feelings, while Ed nearly has an existential cris…
 
This week, we have our good pal Juba on the show. Why is he qualified to talk about this movie full of large, strong guys? Because he’s a large strong guy who happens to really like the first XXX movie (not the porno, the cool Vin Diesel movie with extreme stunts). We talk about the latest installment in the FF franchise, and finally wrap it up aft…
 
This week, the podcasters have some sort of mental breakdown. The podcast room is hot, Tom argues over whether air and wind are the same thing, Dom can’t get through the box read, and Ed questions everything like a jerk. So is it really any different from our other episodes? Yes. Because Jason Freaking Statham is in this movie and he casually murde…
 
This week, we break down Fast & Furious 6. We talk about The Rock being crazy and shooting vending machines, whether Vin Diesel counts as a superhero or not, and the EPIC mid air collision of MROD and Vinny Deez. Runaway Franchise is the podcast where we watch movies with 4 or more films in the series. Discussion, facts, opinions, and even some ban…
 
This movie is where everything gets crazy, but also better? The death count is up, there’s a straight up heist, and the franchise might even take a turn for the better. Also, DWAYNE THE FREAKING ROCK JOHNSON is in this one. Runaway Franchise is the podcast where we watch movies with 4 or more films in the series. Discussion, facts, opinions, and ev…
 
The gang is back! Kind of. There’s so many races through tunnels that this movie will leave you feeling like a naked mole rat – blind (because, you know, dark tunnels), deaf (honestly, I’m not sure if naked mole rats are deaf but the car noises are loud as heck in this movie), and in the desert (mole rats and Vin Diesel look alike and both dwell in…
 
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