Category Archives: Movie Commentaries

It’s like having the three people who won’t leave your party decide to watch your entire movie collection and scream at the television.

TO SYNC WITH MOVIE: start commentary 10 seconds after starting movie (chapter 1 for DVD/BD).

Commentary: Code of Honor (2016)

poster_codeofhonorIt’s finally here! The END of the Summer of Seagal! This time, it’s a commentary for CODE OF HONOR – a movie where Steven Seagal plays some guy who kills people for some reason. However, in a surprise twist, Seagal seems to be wearing some kind of backwards ball cap instead of his standard-issue do-rag. This is actually the best of the three Seagal movies we watched this summer, but it’s still terrible. And Skelton is still mad a Todd for making him do this.

TO SYNC WITH MOVIE: start this commentary 10 seconds after starting movie (chapter 1 for DVD/BD).

MOVIE COMMENTARY: The Asian Connection (2016)

poster_theasianconnectionThe Summer of Seagal plows ahead full steam with a commentary on The Asian Connection! Two dumb bank robbers run afoul of Seagal’s criminal empire and they have to do something for him but really end up stealing money from him and he gets angry and Tom Sizemore has a story credit but does not appear in this movie. And there’s one pretty OK action shot. Stay tuned for our companion show, Speaking Seagal, on our podcast.

TO SYNC WITH MOVIE: If movie starts with fade in on water, start commentary 10 seconds after starting movie (chapter 1 for DVD/BD). If movie starts with Momentum Pictures logo, start commentary 21 seconds after starting movie.

MOVIE COMMENTARY: Sniper – Special Ops (2016)

poster_sniperspecialopsThe Film Pigs are Oscar Mike with a brand new commentary! With fellow Pig Stephen Falk missing-in-action, it’s up to Todd and Skelton to cowboy up and finish the mission. But this latest Seagal direct-to-video mumble show is a relentless enemy and no man escapes unscathed. Once you’ve finished this commentary, have a listen to our after-show Speaking Seagal on our podcast. It’s a dumb gimmick we’ll be doing all summer long! Welcome to the suck!

TO SYNC WITH MOVIE: start this commentary 10 seconds after starting movie (chapter 1 for DVD/BD).

MOVIE COMMENTARY: After Earth (2013)

poster_afterearthIt’s the first new Pigs movie commentary in a long, long time to feature all three pigs! And how do we choose to celebrate this special occasion? By sitting through the Will/Jaden Smith starring, M. Knight Shyamalan directed AFTER EARTH! It’s the timeless story of a rich movie star using his influence to get a clunky science fiction movie made featuring his son. Who can’t relate to that? So, curl up in your favorite space hammock and enjoy! Watch out for the meatball!

TO SYNC WITH MOVIE: start this commentary 10 seconds after starting movie (chapter 1 for DVD/BD).

MOVIE COMMENTARY: Commando (Director’s Cut) (1985)

poster_commandodircutRemember when the Film Pigs said we’d do a commentary for Commando? We lied! We did a commentary for the Director’s Cut of Commando! Yes, there’s a director’s cut! No, we don’t know why, either! But none of that matters because Todd and Skelton are joined once again by David T. Cole of Previously.TV and the Extra Hot Great podcast! There is insightful commentary! There are delicious snacks! There is a general inability to refrain from using exclamation points! Commando Director’s Cut! (And if you haven’t heard it already, check out the Film Pigs Podcast featuring David!)

TO SYNC WITH MOVIE: start this commentary 10 seconds after starting movie (chapter 1 for DVD/BD).

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MOVIE COMMENTARY: Turbulence (1997)

poster_turbulenceIt’s just doesn’t feel like the holiday season unless a lunatic Ray Liotta is trying to kill you on an airplane! Celebrate Christmas with Film Pigs Todd & Skelton as they settle down for a screening of the 90’s disaster-thriller TURBULENCE! Get yourself a mug of nog and sync up the commentary with the movie so you can listen to the Pigs marvel at the signature “Crazy” Ray Liotta bad guy performance, the constantly-bewildered Lauren Holly, and the most Christmas decorations ever seen on a major airline flight.

TO SYNC WITH MOVIE: start this commentary 10 seconds after starting movie (chapter 1 for DVD/BD).