The Scene Stealers Podcast

Movies, television, general absurdity.

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Episode 33: 30 Minutes or Less

Eric catches Trevan up on last week's "Rise of The Planet of The Apes" and gives him the lowdown on "30 Minutes or Less."

Episode 32: Cowboys and Aliens

Trevan welcomes back Eric Melin after his journey to Chicago for the U.S. Air Guitar Championship. Now that he's back the boys talk about "Cowboys and Aliens," "Crazy, Stupid, Love" and Eric praises "Tree of Life." Again.

Episode 31: Captain America

Trevan stops by the secret lair of the guys from to talk about "Captain America: The First Avenger." For the uncensored, uncut podcast, visit or find them on iTunes at Four Color Freakout

Episode 30: Harry Potter.

It's the end of an era as the second half of the final Harry Potter movie hits screens and Eric weighs in, not just on this film, but the entire series. Elsewhere, Trevan talks about Larry Crowne in less than ...

Episode 29: Transformers: Dark of the Moon

Trevan and Eric talk about Michael Bay's new, face-melting offering "Transformers: Dark of The Moon" and share some information on the upcoming Footprints Summer Film Festival at the Lawrence Arts Center.

Episode 28: Bad Teacher and Cars 2

Eric and Trevan debate the differences between anthropomorphic cars and robots that turn into cars. Trevan discusses "Bad Teacher" and spends a little too much time on Jake Kasdan.

Episode 27: Tree of Life, others

In a Ma Bell edition of the podcast, Trevan and Eric talk about Woody Allen's "Midnight In Paris," "Green Lantern" and Terrance Malick's stunning "Tree of Life."

Episode 26: Super 8

Trevan and Eric talk about J.J. Abrams' new Sci-Fi coming-of-age story "Super 8," mystery boxes and the moment a documentary crosses an undefined line.

Episode 25: Earthwork and X-Men

Eric reviews the locally made "Earthwork" starring John Hawkes and both he and Trevan discuss "X-Men: First Class" and the sequel to "The Hangover."

Episode 24: Bridesmaids

Trevan and Eric discuss "Bridesmaids" and why it works better as an ensemble comedy than "The Hangover." You read that right.