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Ever picked up a film you haven't seen for a while and thought that it was an under-appreciated classic? Then, after taking it home and watching it once more, you remember what it was really like and how your memory has tricked you into buying another terrible movie.

I Saw That Years Ago sets out to watch those films that we think are brilliant but which we haven't seen for a little too long to be sure.

So, can our brains be trusted?

I Saw That Years Ago Martyn Darkly & Gentleman Joe

    • TV & Film
    • 4.4 • 18 Ratings

Ever picked up a film you haven't seen for a while and thought that it was an under-appreciated classic? Then, after taking it home and watching it once more, you remember what it was really like and how your memory has tricked you into buying another terrible movie.

I Saw That Years Ago sets out to watch those films that we think are brilliant but which we haven't seen for a little too long to be sure.

So, can our brains be trusted?

    Ep 334 - Mad Max (1979)

    Ep 334 - Mad Max (1979)

    This week we revisit a time when fuel was one of the most precious commodities and society was on the edge of collapse. No, seriously. It was the 70s. 
    Join us for Mad Max.  

    • 1 hr 16 min
    Ep 333 - Jackboots on Whitehall (2010)

    Ep 333 - Jackboots on Whitehall (2010)

    This week we watch a bizarre puppetry movie about World War 2 with a world-class cast. 
    Join us for Jackboots on Whitehall

    • 45 min
    Ep 332 - Hardware (1990) Movie

    Ep 332 - Hardware (1990) Movie

    This week we have a Patron's choice that sees us revisit an English Sci-Fi horror ripped from the pages of 2000AD. 
    Join us for Hardware

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Ep 331 - Starsky & Hutch (1975) TV Show

    Ep 331 - Starsky & Hutch (1975) TV Show

    This week we don our big woolly cardigans and jump from fire escapes onto the top of cars. Ouch!
    Join us for Starsky & Hutch. 

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Ep 330 - Little Big Man (1970) Movie Review

    Ep 330 - Little Big Man (1970) Movie Review

    This week we revisit the sprawling story of the old west, where a man lives a long life, inhabiting both white and Native American worlds. 
    Join us for Little Big Man
     
    To contact the show email show@isawthatyearsago.com
     
    You can also support us via Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/istya
     

    • 59 min
    Ep 329 - Horror Express (1972) Movie Review

    Ep 329 - Horror Express (1972) Movie Review

    This week we join Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee and Telly Savalas on a trans-siberian train that has evil onboard. 
    Join us on the Horror Express
     
    To contact the show email show@isawthatyearsago.com
     
    You can also support us via Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/istya
     

    • 1 hr 12 min

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
18 Ratings

18 Ratings

matw77 ,

Very enjoyable

Not too overlong, this podcast has two guys - one of whom has a very infectious laugh - talking about what they remember about childhood films and then actually watching it again to discuss it in the present day. Enjoyable.

Mimsy Harbottle ,

Somewhat adorable and addictive

Awww I love listening to these crazy funny guys. Really entertaining to chill out with the episodes. They’re great company, laugh infectiously and a lot and make me laugh. A lot. I also think I might want to have Gentleman Joe’s baby!; but would mostly settle for an evening down the pub with him instead. Mostly.
Oh, and they know some things about films as well.
Thanks guys. Please keep podcasting your crazy wisdom; you help keep me sane!

R.J. MacReady ,

Piccolo Player

I've only listened to one episode but the phrase "piccolo player" earns you an instant 5 stars

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