We are a theoretical film podcast that uproots movies from their release years and takes them forwards and backwards in time to a new year to be recast.
Jaws 2020: The Only Obvious Way to Follow JAWS 19 from Back to the Future II.
This week we break our own rule and cruelly drag a classic film into the present year that is the chaotic hellscape that is 2020!Our friend Aly Dale returns to recast the 1975 aquatic horror film, Jaws, in 2020 because, quite frankly, we miss going to...
81st Oscars: The Remix
This episode we dive into a little history of the Oscars and then we take apart the 81st Oscars and discuss what we love and what we would change!
Fight Club - 2016
This week we break the first two rules of Fight Club as we dissect the film, discuss what a modern day version might look like, and then recast it in the year 2016!
Independence Day - 2006: Release the Crop Duster Cut
We take ID4 and all the Fresh Prince one-liners, computer viruses, Harry Connick Jr's short but perfect action career, and the greatest speech from any fictional (or maybe even real) U.S. President to the year 2006 and give it a fresh new cast.
The Warriors - 1993: Part 2: Electric Eliminator Boogaloo
In this episode we dive into over 2 hours of casting as many roles as we possible can from The Warriors in the year 1993!
The Warriors - 1993:Part 1
We are taking the 1979 cult classic The Warriors to the nineties. In Part 1 we dissect the film and the year 1993 before we recast it in Part 2!
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This is a perfect podcast for movie buffs! I keep IMDB handy so I can check out actors they mention that I might not know and also get ideas for movies to watch later. The hosts are fun and clever and the whole time I’m thinking, “Oh good choice. Who would I pick?” If you love movies, imagination, and alternate realities, you’re in the right place.
It’s a really great concept: Take a movie and recast it in another decade. Brilliant. The guys banter back and forth about what different actors playing the roles of characters from beloved movies might look like. I highly recommend this podcast.