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290- Stephen King's IT

290- Stephen King’s IT

Slap on some grease paint, we revisit 1990’s IT, the miniseries adaptation of the Stephen King book starring Tim Curry as spine-chilling killer clown Pennywise. Also featuring a bunch of kids like Jonathan Brandis and Seth Green, plus adults like Annette O’Toole and John Ritter, it’s the story about the power...
289- UHF with Nug Nahrgang

289- UHF with Nug Nahrgang

This week things get weird as we tune in to UHF, the 1989 parody of everything pop-culture, starring “Weird” Al Yankovic, Fran Drescher, Victoria Jackson and, uh, Michael Richards! Spinning the wheel of fish with us is Mike “Nug” Nahrgang from the Illusionoid Podcast. This movie has everything, romance, action, fish, 80’s rock songs about the...
288- STARSHIP TROOPERS with Jeremie and Taylor from Sickboy

288- STARSHIP TROOPERS with Jeremie and Taylor from Sickboy

Slick yourself with Raid because this week we bug out over STARSHIP TROOPERS, the 1997 militaristic sci-fi movie directed by Paul Verhoeven and starring Casper Van Dine, Denise Richards and not-subtly-Nazi Neil Patrick Harris! Joining us is Jeremie Saunders and Taylor MacGillivray of the Sickboy Podcast. This movie has everything, bugs,...
287- THE INCREDIBLES with Fred Kennedy

287- THE INCREDIBLES with Fred Kennedy

This week’s episode is just super as Fred Kennedy of Issue Zero podcast joins us once again to talk about Pixar’s THE INCREDIBLES! Directed by Brad Bird and featuring the voices of Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter and Jason Lee, we thought this movie was… incredible when we first saw...
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286- FREE WILLY

286- FREE WILLY

This week we go for a swim with FREE WILLY, the iconic family movie from 1993 starring Jason James Richter, Keiko the killer whale, as well as Michael Madsen, Lori Petty and Michael Ironside. This movie moved us and got us thinking about the plight of captive animals, but how does it hold up now? Listen...
285- MEMENTO

285- MEMENTO

With Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk fresh on our minds, we revisit his breakthrough film, 2000’s MEMENTO, starring Guy Pearce as a man who can’t make new memories, as well as Carrie-Anne Moss and Joe Pantoliano, who apparently think it’s cool to exploit somebody’s disability. It’s not, Joey Pants! We thought this movie was unforgettable when we were younger, but, uh…...
284- ADAPTATION with Danita Steinberg and Emily Gagne

284- ADAPTATION with Danita Steinberg and Emily Gagne

This week we Meryl things up with Danita and Emily from the What About Meryl Podcast as we discuss ADAPTATION, the 2002 comedy starring Nicholas Cage as Charlie Kaufman, the guy who wrote the movie, and Meryl Streep as Susan Orlean, the woman who wrote the book the movie is based on. Also Chris Cooper plays...
How 'Buffy The Vampire Slayer' Brought Together Two Legends of Heavy Metal to Fight Evil

How ‘Buffy The Vampire Slayer’ Brought Together Two Legends of Heavy Metal to Fight Evil

The early 1990s were a time of transition. ‘The Cold War’ was coming to a close, the United States and the Soviet Union finally agreed to stop pointing nuclear weapons at each other’s faces and our enemies were suddenly our friends. But the vacuum of peace would quickly attract malevolence. New (yet familiar) foes would...
283- BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER with Jess Beaulieu

283- BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER with Jess Beaulieu

This week Jess Beaulieu of the Crimson Wave joins us to stake out 1992’s BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER, the feature film starring Kristy Swanson, Donald Sutherland, Luke Perry and vampire David Arquette that sparked a pop-culture phenomenon! Long overshadowed by the successful TV show, we were in love with Buffy when we were younger, but how does it hold up...
282- MRS. DOUBTFIRE with Matt Johnson

282- MRS. DOUBTFIRE with Matt Johnson

Helllooooooo! This week Matt Johnson (Nirvanna the Band the Show, The Dirties) joins us to walk a mile in her shoes, namely the sensible heels of MRS. DOUBTFIRE! That’s right, the 1993 family comedy starring the late, great Robin Williams, as well as Sally Field, Pierce Brosnan, Mara Wilson, one of the Lawrences (Stumpy I think) and Harvey Fierstein. We loved...
281- HIGH FIDELITY with Graham Isador

281- HIGH FIDELITY with Graham Isador

Have you heard this? Graham Isador guests with Rewatchability to talk about HIGH FIDELITY Steven Frear’s 2002 drama, comedy, I dunno it transcends genre. It’s really rare, this is the German label import. Yeah, John Cusack’s in it, and Jack Black, Tim Robbins is really funny, not to mention Catherine Zeta Jones, Iben Hiejle and...
280- SPIDER-MAN with Fred Kennedy

280- SPIDER-MAN with Fred Kennedy

With the new Spider-Man movie swinging into theatres, Fred Kennedy of the Issue Zero Podcast joins us to crawl into Sam Raimi’s 2002 SPIDER-MAN, starring Tobey McGuire as the titular webslinger, Kirsten Dunst as MJ and Willem Dafoe as James Franco’s disappointed father. This movie caught us in it’s web when we were younger, but how does it hold...
279- CANADIAN BACON

279- CANADIAN BACON

It’s Canada’s 150th birthday, and to celebrate our sesquicentennial we revisit CANADIAN BACON, the 1995 political comedy/satire directed by Michael Moore and starring John Candy (Canadian), Rhea Perlman, Bill Nunn, Alan Alda (we wish he was Canadian) and Rip Torn. This movie filled our hearts with maple syrup when we were younger, but how does it...
278- MULTIPLICITY with Ari Millen

278- MULTIPLICITY with Ari Millen

This week we’re joined by Ari Millen from the hit show Orphan Black to discuss MULTIPLICITY, the 1996 clone-comedy directed by Harold Ramis, starring Andie MacDowell, Eugene Levy, John DeLancie and a whole whack of Michael Keatons. Is that what you call a group of Keatons? A whack? This movie blew our minds when we were unfamiliar...
277- SILENCE OF THE LAMBS with Alexandra West

277- SILENCE OF THE LAMBS with Alexandra West

Join us as we dine on SILENCE OF THE LAMBS, Jonathan Demme’s 1991 crime thriller starring Jodie Foster as Clarice Starling, Anthony Hopkins as Hannibal Lecter, and let’s not forget Ted Levine’s pubic hair. Also joining us is Alexandra West from the Faculty of Horror. I hope everyone enjoys a fine Chianti. We were compelled by it...
276- THE MUMMY

276- THE MUMMY

This week, in anticipation of Tom Cruise’s resurrection of the franchise, we wrap about THE MUMMY, Stephen Sommers 1999 adventure blockbuster about a moldy old Egyptian dude. Starring Brendan Fraser, Rachel Weisz and a mummy, this movie thrilled primitive audiences in ancient times, but how does it hold up today? Mums the word. Also, please Subscribe on...