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299- SIGNS with Ryan Sprague

299- SIGNS with Ryan Sprague

Oh lord, give us a sign, or more specifically SIGNS, the 2002 M. Night Shyamalan alien invasion thriller starring Mel Gibson, about whom I’ve heard nothing but nice things, Joaquin Phoenix, Abigail Breslin and the third most precocious Culkin. Also, Michael Showalter for some reason. Is this movie some elaborate sketch...
298- CLERKS with Tom McGee

298- CLERKS with Tom McGee

Can I help you? This week we check out (on life) with CLERKS, the 1994 slacker comedy that launched Kevin Smith’s foul mouthed career and introduced us to Jay & Silent Bob, cinema’s most congenial small-time drug dealers. Starring Brian O’Halloran, Jeff Anderson, Marilyn Ghighliotti, Lisa Spoonhauer and Jason Mewes,...
297- BEETLEJUICE

297- BEETLEJUICE

It’s Halloween and to celebrate we summon the ghost with most BEETLEJUICE! Yes, we’re talking about the 1988 Tim Burton film starring Michael Keaton as the titular ghoul, as well as Gina Davis, Alec Baldwin, Winona Ryder and, yes, Robert Goulet. This movie blew our minds when we were kids,...
296- SAW

296- SAW

The jig is up as we puzzle over SAW, James Wan’s 2004 horror/ psychological thriller starring Cary Elwes, Leigh Whannell and Danny Glover. It’s the film that kickstarted a franchise, (including the upcoming JIGSAW) and perhaps even paved the way for a controversial new genre of film making. Also featuring...
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Episode 273- SNAKE EYES

Episode 273- SNAKE EYES

Cage. Sinise. De Palma. SNAKE EYES. Gugino. Guzman. Kevin McAllister’s Dad. Assassination. Boxing. Mystery. Nicholas Cage being crazy. Terrible shirt. Rewatchable? Roll the dice to find out. Also, Subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher. Also, follow us on Twitter. And please consider supporting our Patreon campaign. WARNING: this podcast contains strong language and immature subject matter,...
Episode 272- FIRST KNIGHT

Episode 272- FIRST KNIGHT

In slight anticipation of the new Guy Ritchie King Arthur film, this week we revisit FIRST KNIGHT, the 1995 heroic drama featuring Sean Connery as old King Arthur himself, Richard Gere as handsome Lancelot and Julia Ormand as Guinevere. This movie won our noble hearts when we were younger, but how does it hold up...
Episode 271- FERNGULLY: THE LAST RAINFOREST

Episode 271- FERNGULLY: THE LAST RAINFOREST

Deforestation. Toxic chemicals. Oil monsters singing songs which are crude and frankly inappropriate for audiences of any age. This week we go down to FERNGULLY: THE LAST RAINFOREST, the 1992 environmentally-conscious animated film featuring Samantha Mathis, Grace Zabriskie, uh, Tone Loc, and also the great Robin Williams! This movie opened our eyes to our callous...
Episode 270- TEN THINGS I HATE ABOUT YOU

Episode 270- TEN THINGS I HATE ABOUT YOU

This week we rundown 10 THINGS I HATE ABOUT YOU, the beloved 1999 teen comedy adaptation of William Shakespeare’s “The Taming of The Shrew” featuring Heath Ledger, Julia Stiles, the girl who played Alex Mack and little Joseph Gordon-Levitt. How much did we loathe this movie when we were younger? Let us count the ways....
Episode 269- VANILLA SKY

Episode 269- VANILLA SKY

Open your eyes (and ears) because this week we awaken to a VANILLA SKY, the 2001 sci-fi romance featuring Tom Cruise, Penelope Cruz, Cameron Diaz and Jason Lee. Yes, Jason Lee the skateboarder. And the two leads have very similar names. What is going on in this movie? It’s like some kind of dream! And...
Episode 268- ENCINO MAN

Episode 268- ENCINO MAN

Wow-ow-ow! This week with springage in the air we thaw out ENCINO MAN the 1992 comedy featuring Sean Astin, Brendan Fraser and the Wea-sel himself Pauly Shore, buh-dy, where a totally stone-age cave-dude teaches us to, like, be cool, man. We thought this movie was great when we were primitives, but how does it hold...
Episode 267- MISERY

Episode 267- MISERY

This week we get literary talking about MISERY the 1990 psychological thriller based on the book by Stephen King, directed by Rob Reiner and starring Kathy Bates, James Caan and Richard Farnsworth, for what it’s worth. Misery loves company but how did our company like misery? Listen below to find out. Also, Subscribe on iTunes...
Episode 266- TRAINSPOTTING

Episode 266- TRAINSPOTTING

Choose a podcast. Choose Rewatchability. Choose a movie. Choose Trainspotting. Choose Danny Boyle’s 1996 adaptation of Irvine Welsh’s book of the same name. Choose a cast. Choose Ewan McGregor and Johnny Lee Miller and the whole lot of them. Choose to do a sequel, currently in theaters. Choose to call it T2 for some reason....
Episode 265- TOP GUN

Episode 265- TOP GUN

This week, we’re on the expressway to the precarious area with TOP GUN, Tony Scott’s 1986 blockbuster starring Tom Cruise as a guy who just needs to fly! Also featuring Anthony Edwards as his best bud Goose and Val Kilmer as a chill dude named Iceman! Oh and Kelly McGillis is there too, she’s some...
Episode 264- WHITE MEN CAN'T JUMP

Episode 264- WHITE MEN CAN’T JUMP

Harrelson. Snipes. White. Black. Basketball. Jeopardy. What is WHITE MEN CAN’T JUMP? That’s right, the 1992 sports comedy by writer-director Ron Shelton where race and ambition play a fierce two-on-two against greed and pride! With fate as the referee! And betrayal keeping score! And I think hope went to the corner store to get Gatorade....
Episode 263- TIME AFTER TIME

Episode 263- TIME AFTER TIME

If you’re lost you can look and you will find us talking about TIME AFTER TIME, the 1979 time-travel adventure film directed by Nicholas Meyer which is has just been rebooted and made sexy for television. Starring Malcolm McDowell as Time-Travellin’ HG Wells, who must stop David Warner’s fashionable Jack The Ripper before he murders...
Episode 262- FORREST GUMP

Episode 262- FORREST GUMP

Join us this week as we stumble through history with FORREST GUMP, the 1994 Oscar Award-Winning film directed by Robert Zemeckis which stars Tom Hanks as a simple man who meets a bunch of presidents and rock stars who all happen to die terribly. Surely a coincidence. This movie touched our hearts when we first...