Abe Epperson is the co-creator and co-host of Cracked Movie Club. Abe started directing internet comedy in 2006 after creating a sketch group with Michael Swaim called THOSE AREN’T MUSKETS. In 2010, he worked as story editor and cinematographer on the movie KILL ME NOW. In 2012, he graduated from USC with a MFA in film/video production. He’s directed over 500 videos for Cracked as of 2017.
This week, Amy is joined by Tom Reimann and Abe Epperson of the podcast Cracked Movie Club to pit two Tom Cruise films against one another: "Top Gun" and "Minority Report." They discuss the usage of "Top Gun" as a military recruitment…Listen
All the hip young kids are using a thing called the internet these days. In fact, if you're reading this summary or listening to this episode, odds are you're using the internet right now. But what if it all just went away? No podcasts, no turn-by-turn…Listen
Big cardboard cutouts in movie theater lobbies. Promotional cups at fast food restaurants. Kickass soundtracks featuring Seal. These things were once not part of our summer movie lexicon. And in the case of the tie-in song from Seal, they sadly haven't been…Listen
In part two, Jack O'Brien invites Cracked writers Soren Bowie, Cody Johnston, Michael Swaim, and director Abe Epperson into the studio to offer their alternate endings to 'The Dark Knight Rises,' 'Wall-E,' 'Forrest Gump,' and 'Breaking Bad.'Listen