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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
    • 4.2 • 19 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 387 - Megaforce (1982)

    Ep 387 - Megaforce (1982)

    This week on a long overdue episode, we honour Dave Cereal's Patreon Pick by joining up with a secret military group that fights for justice and alternative (not good) fashion. 
    Join us for Megaforce! 
     
     

    • 1 hr 46 min
    Ep 386 - Pan's Labyrinth (2006)

    Ep 386 - Pan's Labyrinth (2006)

    This week we enter a maze of the mind, where reality and fantasy fight for the attention of a little girl in fascist Spain. 
    Join us for Pan's Labyrinth.

    • 1 hr 13 min
    Ep 385 - Running Scared (1986)

    Ep 385 - Running Scared (1986)

    This week we head to the streets of Chicago for a buddy cop movie that doesn't quite go to plan. 
    Join us for Running Scared. 
     

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Ep 384 - Sunshine (2007)

    Ep 384 - Sunshine (2007)

    This week we travel out into deep space for a little winter warmth. 
    Join us for Sunshine. 

    • 54 min
    Ep 383 - Buck Rogers in the 25th Century (1979)

    Ep 383 - Buck Rogers in the 25th Century (1979)

    This week we go back to the past then cryogenically end up hundreds of years in the future, where lycra is now king. 
    Join us for Buck Rogers in the 25th Century. 
     
     
     

    • 57 min
    Ep 382 - Looking For Mr Goodbar (1977)

    Ep 382 - Looking For Mr Goodbar (1977)

    This week we watch a film chosen by our wonderful Patrons. It's a dark tale of seedy bars and a woman who loses herself in them.
    Join us for...Looking For Mr Goodbar.
     

    • 58 min

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
19 Ratings

19 Ratings

littlewelshguy. ,

Come for the reviews - stay for the rambling.

An absolute gem that deserves to be more widely appreciated. I was looking for a film review podcast when I stumbled upon Martin and Joe by accident. Being an ‘I know what I like’ type of guy when it came to films I was after advice on watching something different………enter ISTYA. Several binge sessions later and the chaps had imparted not only their celluloid wisdom but so, so much more. Want an example of what I mean? Well, you’ve got a back catalogue of over 350 episodes to choose from, but you could do worse than listening to the chaps discuss Dirty Harry in episode 123. If you don’t come away with an appreciation for the film and it’s cast, whilst also wiping away tears of laughter having listened to Martin and Joe wax lyrical on concealed weaponry, I’ll be amazed. What really delights, however, is the editing. Too often, podcasts are honed to a degree of ‘perfection’ that, whilst making them slick, ends up eviscerating the heart and soul out of them…not here. Here, you have pauses that would make a radio producer break into a cold sweat; the names of films and actors are sometimes forgotten (don’t be fooled though, these boys know their stuff) and more innuendo and giggling than on the back seat of the average school bus. Far from being detracting these add a genuine, human element that’s so often missing from programs like this. Subscribe to ISTYA, get yourself two new mates and feel as if you’re having a natter with them down the local whenever you listen. Thank you chaps!

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!

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