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Scott Weinberg and Drew McWeeny are ready to review every major film of the '80s, one month at a time, helping erase the nostalgia that so often clouds any real conversation about the decade's movies.

'80s All Over Scott Weinberg and Drew McWeeny

    • TV & Film
    • 4.7 • 702 Ratings

Scott Weinberg and Drew McWeeny are ready to review every major film of the '80s, one month at a time, helping erase the nostalgia that so often clouds any real conversation about the decade's movies.

    April 1985

    April 1985

    It’s a weird month, with a lot of little films you’ve never heard of up front. Teen-sex comedies and weird War Games ripoffs and swords and sandals and unfunny celebrity siblings abound. But we’ve also got a Louis Malle film, some genuinely sweet and fun teen comedies, a couple of crazy riffs on fairy tales, and adaptations of both Elmore Leonard and Stephen King. That’s a lot of ground to cover, so let’s get to it with April of 1985.

    • 59 min
    March 1985

    March 1985

    March has become one of the coolest months of each season here on ‘80s All Over, and this one’s no exception. Want some crummy TV children’s animation on the bigscreen? We’ve got you covered. Want some terrible sequels to films that shouldn’t have sequels? Yep. Plenty of that. Weird tone-deaf kids films, exploitation films that make us squirm for the wrong reasons, misbegotten star vehicles? Check, check, and check. But we’ve also got a stone-cold teen classic, Eric Stoltz’s best work of the decade, one of the weirdest side trips in John Landis’s career, Madonna’s big screen debut, and Divine on horseback. What more could you ask from March of 1985?

    • 1 hr
    Patreon Bonus #54 - Matt Gourley

    Patreon Bonus #54 - Matt Gourley

    Matt Gourley is a man of very specialized talents. He knows his James Bond (obviously—he co-hosts Earwolf's James Bonding podcast) and he knows his Jason Voorhees (he does the In Voorhees We Trust podcast, too). Scott calls him "a crown prince of podcasting," and he's not really exaggerating at all, what with co-founding SuperEgo, creating I Was There Too, producing Conan O'Brien Needs a Friend, and appearing on some of the absolute funniest episodes of Comedy Bang Bang, Never Not Funny, Thrilling Adventure Hour, and more. But truly, his finest hour must be this one, where he shoots the breeze for about an hour about '80s films with Drew and Scott. Join us, won't you?

    • 51 min
    February 1985

    February 1985

    An Oscar-winning actor directs a bunch of dancers with a dream, Richard Harris hits the road with someone else's kid, and it's time for classy Porky's! We meet Kiefer Sutherland for the first time, Matthew Modine tries to make weight, and Kurt Russell does the serial-killer two-step. All that plus Harrison Ford's best performance, a Jeff Goldblum cult oddity, and the greatest high school movie ever made? Don't you forget about February of 1985.

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Patreon Bonus #53 - Peter Hyams

    Patreon Bonus #53 - Peter Hyams

    On this very, very special Patreon bonus episode, Drew and Scott get to sit for a spell with writer/cinematographer/producer/director Peter Hyams, a man responsible for making some of the flat-out ballsiest moves that '80s Hollywood ever saw, not least of which was "I think I'm going to make the follow up to Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey." The stories of that film's making are absolute must-hears, but so are the tales of his breaking into the industry, and the rules he had to break to stay there, the time Sean Connery tried yanking his chain on the set of Outland, and the absolute joy both in front and behind the camera during the making of Running Scared with Gregory Hines and Billy Crystal.

    • 54 min
    January 1985

    January 1985

    It's January, and it's a brand-new season of '80s All Over, so you know what that means? TOILET MONSTERS FOR EVERYONE! Okay, it also means it's time for the Coen Brothers to make their first appearance of the decade, but more importantly, TOILET MONSTERS FOR EVERYONE! Except people who actually watch the movie with the toilet monster on the cover, since there are no toilet monsters in it. Confused? You won't be after you dig into the beginning of the year with us on January of 1985.

    • 50 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
702 Ratings

702 Ratings

Brenna Grendal ,

I miss missing the '80s with Scott and Drew

I met this podcast a week after it aired it's final episode. Aside from keeping me company and being genuinely informative besides, the hosts are very insightful and spontaneous with their reviews. Too, they really know - and respect - their subject matter.
Perfect, perfect show. Although shy of its own ambitious goal, a flawless podcast nonetheless.

anscules ,

Probably my favorite podcast of all time

It’s really too bad that this ended. I wish they had finished the 80s. I’ve listened to it twice and I’ll probably go through it again in a year or so.

Guys, let’s put your differences (I assume) aside and please get together to wrap this. I would pay top Patreon dollar on day one.

BlackBanditSho ,

This can’t be over….

Really just discovered this podcast and they’re only halfway through the decade. This is an excellent show. Drew has always been one of my favorite film commentators since the days of AICN. I really hope that Drew and Scott continue this on a platform that they can monetize. What an absolute gem of a show. There are few shows that look at film with as much fondness and insight.

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