The movie podcast where we discuss the blockbusters, the flops and everything in between from one of the freshest decades for movies...the 1980's.
Just One of the Guys (1985)
"Terry Griffith is about to go where no woman has gone before." In this week's episode, we discuss the 1985 teen comedy 'Just One of the Guys' starring Joyce Hyser, Clayton Rohner, Billy Jayne and William Zabka. This movie was directed by Lisa Gottlieb.
"Under the Radar 80's Movies" Minisode Special
In this week's special minisode, Jason and Bill discuss some of their favorite movies from the 80's that don't quite warrant their own episode (that can always change), but meant a lot to them growing up. These movies are considered "Under the Radar", forgotten movies we don't normally discuss when talking about 80's movies. Each host picks 5 movies on the topic.
Cloak & Dagger (1984)
"Davey's hero was imaginary . . . but the enemy agents were real!" In this week's episode, we discuss the children's adventure movie 'Cloak & Dagger' starring Henry Thomas and Dabney Coleman. This movie was directed by Richard Franklin and written by Tom Holland.
"May the Schwartz be with you! " For this week's episode we discuss Mel Brooks' satire on all things science fiction and outer space with the 1987 comedy "Spaceballs". The movie stars Bill Pullman, Daphne Zuniga, Rick Moranis and John Candy. It was written and directed by Mel Brooks who also plays two characters in the movie.
An American Werewolf in London (1981)
"Beware the Moon." For our final episode of our "Splatter Cinema Month" series, we will be discussing the horror/comedy classic, 'An American Werewolf in London' starring David Naughton, Jenny Agutter and Griffin Dunne. The movie was written and directed by John Landis.
Killer Klowns From Outer Space (1988)
"In Space No One Can Eat Ice Cream!" It's our fourth episode of our "Splatter Cinema Month" series and we will be discussing the 1988 cult horror classic, 'Killer Klowns from Outer Space' starring Suzanne Snyder, Grant Cramer and John Allen Nelson. This movie was co-written and directed by Stephen Chiodo.
Maybe the best Podcast of all!
As a product of the 80s and a salesman on the road, this Podcast is a gift. The hosts are a perfect match, Bill is a bit reserved and Jason is the opposite. Keep up the good work guys… and keep em coming.
This podcast is speaking my language! As someone who spent their childhood with the films of the 80’s, the nostalgia factor here is real. I started with the episode covering Summer School. I was instantly zapped back in time and forgot it’s 2021. These hosts are so clearly in love with the films of this decade. Their passion and knowledge is unmatched. Based on their conversation I immediately logged onto to my computer and purchased a digital copy of the film. I truly mean this when I say, this is a must listen. Please subscribe, rate and review these folks! We all need more of this in our lives!
Brian Scott. Horror movie fanboy on Twitter saying amazing podcast. What’s better than 80s movies. Nothing! Lol y’all rule