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Episode 176- A.I. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

Episode 176- A.I. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

We return after some time off to talk about Steven Spielberg’s often maligned sci-fi fairy tale A.I. Artificial Intelligence, but how does it play in today’s future world of 2015? To find out, download the link below, or better yet, subscribe on iTunes! And be sure to follow us on Twitter! Episode...
Episode 175- THE MUPPET CHRISTMAS CAROL

Episode 175- THE MUPPET CHRISTMAS CAROL

Whatever holiday you celebrate this time of year, I think we can all agree that the Muppets are awesome. Seasons Greetings. Episode 175- THE MUPPET CHRISTMAS CAROL WARNING: the podcast contains strong language and immature subject matter, please be advised.   Podcast: Play in new window | Download
Episode 174- GO

Episode 174- GO

Christmas gets a whole lot rave-ier with 1999′s Go, a movie that puts the X in Xmas. It seemed pretty cool when we were younger, but how does it hold up now? To find out, download the link below, or better yet, subscribe on iTunes! And be sure to follow us...
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Episode 173- GREMLINS

Episode 173- GREMLINS

It’s Christmastime, and we’re kicking off our listener-requested holiday episodes with Joe Dante’s beloved Gremlins. It dominated pop-culture back in the ’80s, but how does it hold up now in 2014, when we’re 80% sure Gremlins don’t actually exist? To find out, download the link below, or better yet, subscribe on iTunes! And be sure to...
What She's Having: GROSSE POINTE BLANK

What She’s Having: GROSSE POINTE BLANK

This week we discuss 1997’s Grosse Pointe Blank, starring John Cusack as a hit man, Dan Aykroyd as an evil hit man, and Minnie Driver as his love interest (Cusack’s not Aykroyd’s– that would be weird). We’re joined by Andrew Parker of Dork Shelf to get to the bottom of this funny, somewhat unscrupulous, action-infused romantic comedy. Oh,...
Episode 172- SPHERE and DISCLOSURE

Episode 172- SPHERE and DISCLOSURE

We return from a bit of a hiatus to round out our Michael Crichton picks with two movies about old men and the timeships they discover/the women who sexually harass them: Sphere and Disclosure. To find out if they’re rewatchable, download the link below, or better yet, subscribe on iTunes! And be sure to follow us...
Episode 171- WESTWORLD

Episode 171- WESTWORLD

Michael Crichton month continues with his directorial debut, 1973′s Westworld, in which two men use a Western fantasyland as a cover for their desire to have copious amounts of sex with hastily-crafted robots. It was highly influential at the time, but how does it hold up now? To find out, download the link below, or better...
Episode 170- CONGO

Episode 170- CONGO

We begin of Michael Crichton movies with Congo, in which a bunch of human beings fight a bunch of human beings in gorilla costumes for diamonds and diamond lasers, or something. We didn’t love it as kids, but was it merely over our heads? To find out, download the link below, or better yet, subscribe on...
Episode 169- SCREAM

Episode 169- SCREAM

It’s Halloween, and we’re celebrating with a discussion of Scream, the 1996 horror classic and its sequels of varying quality. We’re joined by Alexandra West, co-host of The Faculty of Horror Podcast to talk all things Scream– we loved it when we were younger, but how does it hold up now? To find out, download...
Episode 168- ERNEST SCARED STUPID

Episode 168- ERNEST SCARED STUPID

Halloween month continues with a discussion of the terrifying Ernest Scared Stupid, in which a creepy garbageman stalks a group of children… also there are some trolls kicking around. It’s considered a Halloween classic by many, but how does it hold up today? To find out, download the link below, or better yet, subscribe on iTunes!...
Episode 167- THE WITCHES

Episode 167- THE WITCHES

This week on the show, we begin our Halloween-themed episodes, and confront our repressed childhood fears, as we rewatch and discuss 1990′s The Witches starring Anjelica Huston, Rowan Atkinson, and a bunch of mouse puppets made by Jim Henson. It was terrifying when we were younger (and thus more prone to witch attacks) but how...
What She's Having: CLUELESS

What She’s Having: CLUELESS

Check out our latest episode as we discuss the 1995 Amy Heckerling film Clueless. Both an adaptation of Jane Austen’s Emma, and a highschool movie at the start of the teen-movie craze of the late 90s, it’s also a pretty neat time capsule. We discuss Alicia Silverstone, the early 1800s rural English social sphere vs....
Episode 166- THE GAME

Episode 166- THE GAME

Rob rejoins the podcast via the magic of the internet to talk about David Fincher’s The Game, from back when Fincher made movies that weren’t based on bestselling books. Did we love it when it came out in 1997, or was it all part of the game? To find out, download the link below, or...
Episode 165- JOE VERSUS THE VOLCANO

Episode 165- JOE VERSUS THE VOLCANO

Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan star in their best movie together that doesn’t involve the internet or insomnia: Joe Versus the Volcano. It was one of Blain’s favourite movies as a kid, but how does it hold up now? Is the volcano a metaphor for Vietnam? What did we think of Tom Hanks’ scraggily DaVinci...
What She's Having: THE F WORD

What She’s Having: THE F WORD

Check out our latest episode as we discuss the newly released 2014 film The F Word, (or the more generic “What If” to those outside Canada). Starring Daniel Radcliffe and Zoe Kazan, and helmed by Michael Dowse, this film offers a fresh take on a pretty conventional rom-com story of woe: what if the one...