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293- NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET 2: FREDDY'S REVENGE with Johnnie Walker

293- NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET 2: FREDDY’S REVENGE with Johnnie Walker

It’s October so we’re celebrating Hallowe’en with some scary films! First out of the closet, NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET 2: FREDDY’S REVENGE! That’s right, Freddy’s back and he’s fabulous as he tries to get inside a teenage boy! I’m talking demonic possession of course. Our old pal Johnnie Walker joins us for a gay old...
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 257- SIX DAYS, SEVEN NIGHTS

Episode 257- SIX DAYS, SEVEN NIGHTS

Anybody else feel like they need a vacation? This week we go tropical with Six Days, Seven Nights, Ivan Reitman’s 1998 comedy-romance-adventure featuring none other than Harrison Ford, not to mention Anne Heche. The less said about David Schwimmer the better. This movie was an oasis of adventure when we were younger, but how does...
Episode 256- BIG

Episode 256- BIG

Happy New Year! 2017 is going to be a big one, so this week we’re talking about BIG, Penny Marshall’s 1988 comedy featuring a young Tom Hanks as an old David Moscow. Also featuring Elizabeth Perkins, John Heard, Jared Rushton and Jon Lovitz, we were fascinated by it as kids who hadn’t yet experienced the...
Episode 202- TOMORROW NEVER DIES

Episode 202- TOMORROW NEVER DIES

Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to surveil the operatives discussing TOMORROW NEVER DIES, the second James Bond film featuring Pierce Brosnan, along with Teri Hatcher and Jonathan Pryce. Once they determine if it was Rewatchable, use your licence to kill, but don’t leave a mess. Listen below with special tie-clip Q...
Episode 200- THE EXORCIST

Episode 200- THE EXORCIST

As October draws to a close a most unholy occasion approaches; it’s our 200th episode! This week we consult THE EXORCIST, William Friedkin’s 1973 horror classic featuring Linda Blair and Ellen Burstyn. It terrified a nation when it was released, but how does it hold up now? The power of Christ compels you to listen!...
Episode 194- FLIRTING WITH DISASTER

Episode 194- FLIRTING WITH DISASTER

This week we’re flirting with disaster as we discuss David. O Russell’s Flirting with Disaster, featuring Ben Stiller, Patricia Arquette as well as Mary Tyler Moore, Alan Alda, heck, throw in Josh Brolin and Richard Jenkins, why not? Our old pal Johnnie Walker joins us once again, so listen below, or better yet,¬†subscribe on iTunes!...
Episode 191- GET SHORTY

Episode 191- GET SHORTY

This week on the podcast we chit-chat about a little number called GET SHORTY, ya dig? Featuring John Travolta when he was cool, Gene Hackman when he was working and Rene Russo before she birthed Thor. Man, we thought it was aces when we were young, but what did we know? How ’bout how it...
Episode 190- HEAVY METAL

Episode 190- HEAVY METAL

This week on the podcast we talk about the adult animated anthology HEAVY METAL featuring the voices of SCTV alums John Candy and Eugene Levy as well the nice old woman who played Hettie King in Road To Avonlea. It confused us when we were kids and made us feel funny in our bathing suit...
Episode 189- INNERSPACE

Episode 189- INNERSPACE

This week on the show we talk about the Academy Award-winning Joe Dante film Innerspace, in which Dennis Quaid gets shrunken down and injected in Martin Short’s butt! Oh, also Meg Ryan’s there, hi Meg Ryan! Not in Martin Short’s butt, to clarify, I meant she appears in this film. Why’d you have to make...

Episode 107 – MALLRATS

  This week on the podcast we talk about how baby fat makes Ben Affleck more likeable and liken Snoochie Boochie to newspeak. Kevin Smith comes off his no budget indie hit Clerks to give us a 6-million dollar Dating Game in a mall– was it worth it? Settle down by getting high, don’t forget...