We run the risk of ruining our childhoods by revisiting fondly remembered films. Hosted by Robert Johnson and Christopher Webb.
57. Look Who's Talking
2 men have now had some experience with babies, so naturally we're now experts. So what better film to flex our child-rearing muscles at than the 1989 possessed infant laugh extravaganza LOOK WHO'S TALKING.
56. Tales Of The Unexpected (2020)
It's that time of year again when we rummage through Roald Dahl's garden shed and revisit a couple of TALES OF THE UNEXPECTED. This year's selected episodes are charmingly titled THE UMBRELLA MAN and THE STINKER. Feel free to make up your own jokes about the quality based on these titles.
55. The Man With Two Brains
Come back with us to 1983 as we see if Steve Martin's cranial surgery comedy THE MAN WITH TWO BRAINS is as screwy as we remember, or is it all just a bit pointy-pointless? Let's find out, shall we?
54. Basic Instinct
It's a very warm & steamy welcome back to Rob! And to celebrate his return, he's chosen a film guaranteed to make it awkward for Chris to watch on his phone on the bus. Yes, it's 1992's BASIC INSTINCT.
53. Kindergarten Cop (w. Rich Nelson)
Chris is joined by Betamax Video Club's Rich Nelson to talk about everyone's favourite film where kids talk about toomahs and genitalia. Well, everyone's film like that from 1990 anyway. Yes, we revisit the Arnie comedy classic KINDERGARTEN COP.
52. No Retreat No Surrender (w. Marek Larwood)
Chris is joined in his dojo* by his podcasting sensei: comedian, writer, actor and generally funny-man, Marek Larwood. Marek has chosen the 1986 martial arts phenomenon NO RETREAT NO SURRENDER, with its spectacle of karate, rapping, body-popping, skateboarding and acting by people who've never really done acting before. You really don't want to miss this movie, or indeed this podcast. (*garage)
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Nostalgia meets Humor
Nostalgia is a hard thing to master. Soemtimes it doesn't always hold the wonder that it once did for us. Chris & Rob have crafted a wonderful podcast which answers that question for the best and worst of what nostalgia has to offer. The hosts have excellent chemistry and geniunely will make you laugh!
Hilarious podcast. I love their take on whether the cherished movies from the past are Still Any Good.