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Drawing on a decade-plus friendship whose roots stretch back to their film-obsessed student days, Gali and Devlin cast an eye backwards to the movies that kickstarted their love of film. In their Throwback series, each will take turns picking a title that they consider seminal to their youth, and watch again to determine whether they wasted their precious childhoods sitting in the dark with these VHS tapes, or if their movie touchstones still hold up today.

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PHOENIIIIIIIIX! Mellow greetings, friends. On this episode, we emerge naked and with a compulsion to knit from the Cryo Bargain Bin clutching our frozen copies of the 1993 futuristic actioner Demolition Man.Ass-kicking explosions cop John Spartan (Sylvester Stallone) is set up for a crime he didn’t commit by wily all-around villain and Dennis Rodman-alike Simon Phoenix (Wesley Snipes) in a fiery conflict, which sees both men sentenced to Cryo-Penitentiary. Phoenix is awoken by some nefarious hand in a now totally pacifistic, utopian 2032, free to MurderDeathKill as many innocents as he sees fit, before the decision is made to defrost the caveman Spartan to renew their hostilities and hunt him down.Yes, we talk about the three seashells. Yes, it’s disgusting. Join Gali, Devlin, Patrick and Matt as they revisit a one-time playground favourite and talk the Hunka Chunka, verbal morality code violations, and distracting Jack Black cameos.Outro Song - 'We Don't Have to Take our Clothes Off' Jermaine Stewart (1985)If you have any questions, comments or ideas for future episodes you can contact us on Twitter @rewindmoviepodcast or @galithegreek(Gali), (@quilllicker (Devlin), (@PatrickWaggett (Patrick) and @mdridley (Matt), and join our Facebook Group at https://www.facebook.com/rewindmoviecast/ or email us at rewindmoviepodcast@gmail.comThank you for listening and if you like the show please press that subscribe button and leave us a little review, MANY THANKS!!! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
What is the most resilient parasite? Bacteria? A virus? An intestinal worm? AN IDEA. On this Throwback episode, Gali invites Patrick, Devlin and Matt on a journey through subconscious layers to revisit INCEPTION a decade after its monumentally successful debut.Dream thief Dom Cobb (Leonardo DiCaprio) finds himself in hot water: exiled from his homeland and separated from his children by a mysterious incident, and on the run from some very angry industrialists, he has no choice but to take a job from the powerful Mr Saito (Ken Watanabe) to mount his most ambitious heist to date - implant an idea in to another person’s unconscious mind. Assembling a team, they will face dangers not just from the mind of their mark Robert Fischer (Cillian Murphy), but the darkness lurking in Cobb’s own.Will this dazzling critical darling still wow our panel? Did this dream reveal deep truths that our waking minds could devour? Or, looking back, was it all a bit of a sleight of hand trick? We discuss the remarkable rise of Christopher Nolan, his position at the upper echelon of the auteur tree, and the legacy of a film whose success was a real game changer for the filmmaker-as-brand.Outro Song - 'Together in Electric Dreams' Philip Oakey & Giorgio Moroder (1985)If you have any questions, comments or ideas for future episodes you can contact us on Twitter @rewindmoviepodcast or @galithegreek(Gali), (@quilllicker (Devlin), (@PatrickWaggett (Patrick) and @mdridley (Matt), and join our Facebook Group at https://www.facebook.com/rewindmoviecast/ or email us at rewindmoviepodcast@gmail.comThank you for listening and if you like the show please press that subscribe button and leave us a little review, MANY THANKS!!! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
TAKEN (2008) - Episode 36

TAKEN (2008) - Episode 36

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Now's not the time for dick measuring, Stuart! We’re dipping in to the Bargain Bin to give Patrick’s favourite Paris-set old-man-on-a-rampage Geriaction touchstone Taken a spin.Recently retired, non-specific Government tough guy Brian Mills’ (Liam Neeson) worst fears come true as his beloved 32 year old teenage daughter is kidnapped by literally the first guy she meets on a summer vacation to Europe. Now, he and his particular set of skills are put to the test as he beats people up and that until he finds her.Gali, Devlin and Matt join Patrick on this U2-following Euro-jaunt through iconic cellphone calls, heavily edited punch ups, and terrible things being said about Albanians, as Brian tears France a new one to rescue his daughter and hunt down the baddies that took her.TAKEN BY ALBANIA - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hoH2EiQc3ms&t=4sOUTRO Song - Blondie 'One Way or Another' 1978If you have any questions, comments or ideas for future episodes you can contact us on Twitter @rewindmoviepodcast or @galithegreek(Gali), (@quilllicker (Devlin), (@PatrickWaggett (Patrick) and @mdridley (Matt), and join our Facebook Group at https://www.facebook.com/rewindmoviecast/ or email us at rewindmoviepodcast@gmail.comThank you for listening and if you like the show please press that subscribe button and leave us a little review, MANY THANKS!!! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
You wait till you've given them crabs. Then you'll REALLY know hatred. We’ve rummaged in the Bargain Bin and fished out the film that wreaked havoc on bar queue waiting times for decades hence: 1988’s bottle-tossing megasmash Cocktail.Turbocharged, go-getting would-be millionaire Brian Flanagan (Tom Cruise) arrives in the Big Apple with big dreams, but finds the life lessons he learns behind the bar of TGI Friday from sozzled veteran Doug Coughlin (Bryan Brown) far more appealing than those he learns at business school, and soon his head is filled with Cocktails & Dreams as he and Coughlin set about trying to make their fortune out in Jamaica (mon) before opening their own place.Heartbreak, bravado, ill-advised sex wagers and terribly portrayed women intervene, as the tonal shifts to follow will make you dizzier than an Alabama Slammer ever would. Join Gali, Devlin, Patrick & Matt down to Kokomo as they try and fathom why exactly this weird booze movie made SO MUCH MONEY.OUTRO Song: T-Spoon - 'Sex on the Beach' (1997)Check out Em from @VerbalDiorama the Movie Podcast on the history and legacy of movies you know and movies you don't!Twitter @verbaldioramaInstagram @verbaldioramaFacebook @verbaldioramaYouTube @verbaldioramaLetterboxd @verbaldioramaIf you have any questions, comments or ideas for future episodes you can contact us on Twitter @rewindmoviepodcast or @galithegreek(Gali), (@quilllicker (Devlin), (@PatrickWaggett (Patrick) and @mdridley (Matt), and join our Facebook Group at https://www.facebook.com/rewindmoviecast/ or email us at rewindmoviepodcast@gmail.comThank you for listening and if you like the show please press that subscribe button and leave us a little review, MANY THANKS!!! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Three wishes I'll grant ye, great wishes or small! But you wish a fourth and you'll lose them all! Patrick has thrown us waaaaaay back for this episode, asking Gali and Devlin to accompany him to meet Darby O’Gill and the Little People, a 1959 Disney live action movie which features one of the first performances by a very young Sean Connery. Smalltown tale-teller Darby O’Gill (Irish stage legend Albert Sharpe) spends his days avoiding his groundskeeper duties by spinning pub yarns of his pursuit of the local Leprechauns and specifically their leader, King Brian Connors (comedian Jimmy O’Dea). Tricked out of his crock of gold, Darby vows to get one over on the wily King Brian when his master hires a younger man to take over his duties, to ensure that his daughter Katie (Janet Munro) can retain her homestead.We look at the odd inception of this project, as Walt Disney himself sunk almost a decade and a half into its development hoping to strike it rich among the Irish diaspora of the US. We also talk impressive sets, excessive stereotypes, and Patrick’s mischievous devotion to making Devlin sit through musical numbers. If you have any questions, comments or ideas for future episodes you can contact us on Twitter @rewindmoviecast, @galithegreek (Gali), @QuillLicker (Devlin) and @PatrickWaggett (Patrick) or join our Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/rewindmoviecast/ Check out the website at https://rewindmoviecast.com/ for more information about the podcast. If you liked the episode, please rate, share and review on whichever platform you are using to help us grow.Thank you for listening. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This is the City of the Angels, and you haven't got any wings. Our first listener-chosen episode sees Gali, Devlin, Patrick and Matt delve into the seamy tail end of the Hollywood Golden Age with Curtis Hanson’s 1997 neo-noir L.A. Confidential.Straight arrow 2nd generation LAPD Sgt. Ed Exley (Guy Pearce) finds himself embroiled with hot-tempered heavy Officer Bud White (Russell Crowe) and jaded, status obsessed Sgt. Jack Vincennes (Kevin Spacey) in a sprawling investigation that takes in murder, prostitution, and political scandal, where allegiances, ambition, power and morality come in to question.The gang discuss 90s plot twists, ensemble casts, noir tropes and, surprisingly, James Cameron’s ego in an episode that’s off the record, on the QT, and very hush-hush. Shout out to our listener Oli (@Remedi_RPM) for the recommendation!Outro Song - Doris Day "Hooray for Hollywood" (1958)If you have any questions, comments or ideas for future episodes you can contact us on Twitter @rewindmoviepodcast or @galithegreek(Gali), (@quilllicker (Devlin), (@PatrickWaggett (Patrick) and @mdridley (Matt), and join our Facebook Group at https://www.facebook.com/rewindmoviecast/ or email us at rewindmoviepodcast@gmail.comThank you for listening and if you like the show please press that subscribe button and leave us a little review, MANY THANKS!!! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
NO BLADES. NO BOWS. LEAVE YER WEAPONS ‘ERE. We’re off to Sherwood Forest with the bemulleted, Nottingham-by-way-of-Burbank-accented Robin of Locksley, as he returns from The Crusades with a taste for swashbuckling justice in the 1991 mega-smash Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves.Accompanied by the capable and noble Moor Azeem (Morgan Freeman), Kevin Costner’s Robin romances the radiant Maid Marion, robs the rich, and rebels against the reprehensible Sheriff of Nottingham (an uproariously pantomime-pitch Alan Rickman) with the assistance of a band of tree-dwelling local folk.The second Kevins Costner & Reynolds collaboration before the ill-fated Waterworld, this epic romp packs in Brian Blessed, Crystal Maze-esque set design, gleaming white asses in waterfalls and more ill-placed Cornish accents than you can shake a big wooden fighting stick at. Join Gali, Devlin, Patrick and Matt as they take to the trees and relive the summer of Bryan Adams. All together now: ”Look in to my eyes…”Hosted by - Ciné-DOCS on YoutubeRobin Hood: The Man, The Myth, The Legend (Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves Behind the Scenes) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8VA2CHj_n0s OUTRO Song - Bonnie Tyler "Holding out for a Hero" (1984)If you have any questions, comments or ideas for future episodes you can contact us on Twitter @rewindmoviepodcast or @galithegreek(Gali), (@quilllicker (Devlin), (@PatrickWaggett (Patrick) and @mdridley (Matt), and join our Facebook Group at https://www.facebook.com/rewindmoviecast/ or email us at rewindmoviepodcast@gmail.com Thank you for listening and if you like the show please press that subscribe button and leave us a little review, MANY THANKS!!! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
I THINK, THEREFORE, YOU IS. In this episode, the team take a trip with Terry Gilliam’s fantastical financial flop The Adventures of Baron Munchausen.In an unnamed city under siege, a theatrical troupe rally to entertain the bedraggled town with a performance of the tall tales of Baron Munchausen, only to be interrupted by the real Baron himself, who decries their inaccuracies and leads the daughter of the theatre’s owner on a spectacular voyage to The Moon, via the centre of a volcano, and in to the belly of a great sea monster to reunite with his estranged, superpowered assistants and lead the charge to end the war.We discuss the calamitous production and subsequent obscurity of this grand folly; reflect on performers as diverse as long-time theatre star John Neville in a rare cinema performance, a wild Yorkshire Oliver Reed, and a debuting Uma Thurman as Venus herself; and revel in the visual splendour of this wild fantasia, as first-time viewers Gali and Patrick try to make detachable head or tail of what film-picker and avowed Baron fan Devlin has got them in to.If you have any questions, comments or ideas for future episodes you can contact us on Twitter @rewindmoviecast, @galithegreek (Gali), @QuillLicker (Devlin) and @PatrickWaggett (Patrick) or join our Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/rewindmoviecast/ Check out the website at https://rewindmoviecast.com/ for more information about the podcast. If you liked the episode, please rate, share and review on whichever platform you are using to help us grow.Thank you for listening. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
He got off before he got offed! We’re revelling in the excess of Paul Verhoeven’s 1992 erotic thriller Basic Instinct, as once again Matt joins Gali and Devlin in the interrogation room.Trigger-happy ball of machismo Detective Nick Curran (Michael Douglas) gets himself in way over his head when the investigation of a mid-coitus murder leads him to icy blonde heiress Catherine Tramell (Sharon Stone) and down a dangerous path of sex and death. Hitchcockian twists abound as Nick’s psychologist/on-off girl Dr. Beth Garner (Jeanne Tripplehorn) also becomes embroiled in the affair.We discuss Douglas’ admirably sleaze-heavy career, Stone’s star-making turn, Verhoeven’s euro-smut brilliance and the demise of the major studio sex movie as we dare to revisit the film that we went to great lengths to hide from our parents. We were even allowed to have the volume turned up and everything.If you have any questions, comments or ideas for future episodes you can contact us on Twitter @rewindmoviecast, @galithegreek (Gali), @QuillLicker (Devlin), and @mdridley (Matt), and join our Facebook Group at https://www.facebook.com/rewindmoviecast/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We're flying high over Tupelo, Mississippi with the hottest band in America...and we're all about to die. Today's film-chooser Gali is joined on the road by Devlin and Patrick to revisit Cameron Crowe's OSCAR-winning rock 'n roll bildungsroman Almost Famous.15 year old aspiring rock journalist William Miller (Patrick Fugit) catches the break of a lifetime after a chance encounter with one of his favourite bands coincides with an offer from Rolling Stone magazine and he takes off to cover Stillwater's 1973 tour. With some sage, albeit cynical words from hero Lester Bangs (Philip Seymour Hoffman) ringing in his ears, William finds himself drawn in to the world of charismatic guitarist Russell Hammond (Billy Crudup) and enigmatic "Band Aid" Penny Lane (a star-making turn for Kate Hudson), much to the dismay of his well-meaning but fierce mother (Frances McDormand).Sharing the only true currency that means anything in this bankrupt world, our uncool hosts dive back in to their own wide-eyed teen years and check in 20 years later to see if their now crow-feet riddled, thirty-something eyes can still well up with joy when Tiny Dancer hits.If you have any questions, comments or ideas for future episodes you can contact us on Twitter @rewindmoviecast, @galithegreek (Gali), @QuillLicker (Devlin) and @PatrickWaggett (Patrick) or join our Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/rewindmoviecast/ Check out the website at https://rewindmoviecast.com/ for more information about the podcast. If you liked the episode, please rate, share and review on whichever platform you are using to help us grow.Thank you for listening. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
DINNER’S OVER, WORM DUDE. Bill S. Preston, Esq. and “Ted” Theodore Logan return from their travels across time in Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey, with our heroes seemingly no closer to fulfilling the prophecy that Wyld Stallyns' most excellent music will unite the world and lead to a glorious, utopian future.In fact, they are stuck in a run-down apartment working for nothing but pretzels and cheese. And things take a turn for the worse when a pair of evil robot doppelgangers turn up and throw them from a cliff to their deaths. Not that this is the end – after giving Death himself the slip with a severe Melvin, they set out on a race against time to save the future from the villainous gym teacher Chuck De Nomolos.On this episode we are delighted to be joined by Richard Jackson, of the YouTube review channel Val Verde Broadcasting. Along with co-hosts Gali and Devlin we discuss personal hells, Nerf-dart couture and illicit 1990s cable pornography as we witness more strange things afoot at the Circle K. STATION!If you have any questions, comments or ideas for future episodes you can contact us on Twitter @rewindmoviecast, @galithegreek (Gali) and @QuillLicker (Devlin) and @its_jacksontime (Richard) You can find Richard Jackson's YouTube channel Val Verde Broadcasting here https://www.youtube.com/user/SpringHeeledJackson/featuredCheck out the website rewindmoviecast.com/ for more information about the podcast and come join us on our new Facebook page here https://www.facebook.com/rewindmoviecast/If you liked the episode, please rate, share and write a review on whichever platform you are using to help us grow the show.Thank you for listening. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Look, it's the gentleman guppy! Gali and Devlin are joined again by Matt, who has brought us the infamously expensive ocean-bound post-apocalyptic epic Waterworld.In a future where the now-melted ice caps have flooded the entire planet, a nameless trimaran-piloting Mariner finds himself entwined with a former denizen of a floating trading post and her companion, a young girl with a mysterious tattoo which is rumoured to point the way to Dryland – the fabled last vestiges of non-soggy Earth left. Pursued by the villainous Deacon and his gas-guzzling Smokers, the sullen Mariner learns to be less of a dick just in time for the explosive finale.It's a pee-drinking, dirt-selling, child-endangering extravaganza on the high seas, as Gali, Devlin and Matt discuss the career of Costner, the crazy production costs and post-production wrangles of Waterworld, and the legacy of a film widely regarded as an historic bomb. Will they find an unfairly maligned, ambitious hidden gem? Or a deservedly panned saltwater Mad Max ripoff?If you have any questions, comments or ideas for future episodes you can contact us on Twitter @rewindmoviecast, @galithegreek (Gali) and @QuillLicker (Devlin) and @scariousartists (Matt).Check out the website rewindmoviecast.com/ for more information about the podcast.If you liked the episode, please rate, share and review on whichever platform you are using to help us grow the show.Thank you for listening. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Nice work, Bone Daddy! On today’s super spooky episode, Patrick has a suspiciously serpentine present for us all: the stop motion animated classic The Nightmare Before Christmas.Pumpkin King Jack Skellington may be the toast of Halloween Town, but an indefinable melancholy leads him seek something else, something he finds when stumbling through a mystical door and tumbling down to Christmas Town. Inspired, Jack seeks to take Christmas for himself, with delightfully macabre results.Head down to Oogie Boogie’s dungeon and roll the dice to see whether Gali, Patrick and Devlin still have the same love they once did for this Tim Burton-produced, Henry Selick-directed childhood favourite. A hearty Merry Christmas from all of us here at The Rewind Movie Podcast, and we’ll be back in 2020 for more movie chats!If you have any questions, comments or ideas for future episodes you can contact us on Twitter @rewindmoviecast, @galithegreek (Gali), @QuillLicker (Devlin) and @PatrickWaggett (Patrick).Check out the website at https://rewindmoviecast.com/ for more information about the podcast. If you liked the episode, please rate, share and review on whichever platform you are using to help us grow.Thank you for listening and Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
It's lonely, isn't it, when you're a freak? On this Throwback episode we look at the John Carpenter-directed Chevy Chase sci-fi-romance-thriller Memoirs of an Invisible Man.Laconic stocks analyst Nick Halloway comes to regret the hungover nap he takes while skipping a lecture at the mysterious Magnascopics Institute, when an industrial accident renders the building invisible with him trapped inside. Pursued by a hostile intelligence operative (Sam Neill) intent on acquiring this invaluable asset as a spy or killing him if he refuses, Nick hides out in a beach house and runs into the beautiful stranger (Darryl Hannah) he met the night before befalling his fate.Marrying Hitchcockian suspense to droll, noirish narration and groundbreaking visual effects, the film was meant to be Chevy Chase’s gateway to serious acting success. Financially it didn’t play out that way, but are Devlin’s nostalgic and positive memories of the film still intact? Were new viewers Gali and Patrick as unimpressed as ticket-buyers in 1992? Join us as we discuss the career paths that led to the unusual pairing of Chase and Carpenter, rewatch one of his least heralded films, and relive Devlin’s cringeworthy night at the theatre with the venerable Mr Chase.If you are interested in the HBO 'Making of' you can find it here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6y1vszhB1wIf you have any questions, comments or ideas for future episodes you can contact us on Twitter @rewindmoviecast, @galithegreek (Gali), @QuillLicker (Devlin) and @PatrickWaggett (Patrick).Check out the website at https://rewindmoviecast.com/ for more information about the podcast. If you liked the episode, please rate, share and review on whichever platform you are using to help us grow.Thank you for listening. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
NOTHING CLEAN. RIGHT. On today’s episode, Gali has lined up James Cameron’s seminal sci-fi horror chase thriller The Terminator.A lone protector versus an unstoppable assassin: future soldier Kyle Reese (Michael Biehn) and a large cyborg (Arnold Schwarzenegger) are sent hurtling back in time from a post-nuclear robo-hellscape to a grimy 1984 Los Angeles, converging on unassuming waitress Sarah Connor (Linda Hamilton) who may just be humanity’s best hope for survival.Inevitably mediocre impressions and an even more inevitable slating of Terminator Genisys ensue as Gali, Devlin and Patrick stump up the $4.50 entrance fee to the Tech-Noir and discuss whether the original packs the same punch as it once did, if the sequels have diluted its reputation, and why Cyberdyne manufactured cyborgs with enormous dongs.If you have any questions, comments or ideas for future episodes you can contact us on Twitter @rewindmoviecast, @galithegreek (Gali), @QuillLicker (Devlin) and @PatrickWaggett (Patrick).Check out the website at https://rewindmoviecast.com/ for more information about the podcast. If you liked the episode, please rate, share and review on whichever platform you are using to help us grow.Thank you for listening. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
I AM THE YETI! Patrick is back on the panel and has brought the quintessential late-90s bromedy (bro comedy?) American Pie to discuss with Gali and Devlin for another Throwback episode.Sweaty teen boys Jim, Kevin, Oz and Finch vow to lose their dreaded V-plates before high school graduation, entering a pact which sees them hatch schemes to score at the prom, while Oz’s jock buddy Stifler jeers from the sidelines and steals the film from under them. Some of them learn life lessons, some of them just learn to keep their penises out of pastries, or at least exit the kitchen before getting down to business.Ejactulatory mechanics, toilet-based confessions and shameless quote-a-thons ensue as three supposedly grown men try their hardest not to regress to their chucklehead teen selves while discussing a generational smash hit that resonated through teen cinema for years.If you have any questions, comments or ideas for future episodes you can contact us on Twitter @rewindmoviecast, @galithegreek (Gali), @QuillLicker (Devlin) and @PatrickWaggett (Patrick).Check out the website at https://rewindmoviecast.com/ for more information about the podcast. If you liked the episode, please rate, share and review on whichever platform you are using to help us grow.Thank you for listening. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
助けて! Gali and Devlin are back with another Pulling Focus, this time looking at Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s slow-burning ghost-in-the-machine chiller Pulse, or 回路, from 2001.But for this special episode, we’ve widened the discussion to talk about the Japanese horror boom that surrounded it, starting with Hideo Nakata’s seminal Ring and continuing with Takashi Shimizu’s Ju-On: The Grudge. Joined once again all the way from Jeonju, South Korea by Matt, we talk archetypes, influence and, inevitably, remakes as we delve back in to the days when the West was won over by these chilling, mysterious films.Stop by https://rewindmoviecast.com/ for more information including links to more resources about Japanese horror cinema. If you have any questions, comments or ideas for future episodes, contact us on Twitter @rewindmoviecast. If you enjoyed this episode, please do us a solid and rate, review or share this episode. We are proud to support Alex Neilan, Edinburgh’s Top Sports Dietitian. For more information about Alex and his innovative sports programme,  go to https://thesportdietitian.co.uk/Thanks for listening! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
I’VE BECOME THE CHIP! Gali and Devlin are jacking in again for a second dip in to the Bargain Bin virtual world of Lawnmower Man 2: Beyond Cyberspace/Jobe’s War!Following the bonkers original, Cybergod Jobe Smith is now a bafflingly recast, surgically repaired double amputee played by Matt Frewer, indentured to a mean-spirited techno institute to become the architect of a new digital world using the magical Chiron Chip. The Chiron’s creator, brilliant scientist-turned-dread locked hippie weirdo and blouse enthusiast Dr. Benjamin Trace (Patrick Bergin), is enlisted by returning child star Austin O’Brien’s Peter to help save his friend from another round of power-mad mania.Join us in this inexplicable futurescape of technobabble, pre-teen pandering, hyperactive improv, and superfluous vacuum cleaner tubes, as we try and make sense of this aggressively bizarre sequel.If you have any questions, comments or ideas for future episodes you can contact us on Twitter @rewindmoviecast, @galithegreek (Gali), @QuillLicker (Devlin) and @PatrickWaggett (Patrick).Check out the website at rewindmoviecast.com for more information about the podcast. If you liked the episode, please rate, share and review on whichever platform you are using to help us grow.Thank you for listening. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
You guys up for some reggae tonight? Devlin has delved back in to his angsty late adolescence and picked the 2001 graphic novel adaptation Ghost World for this Throwback episode.Snarky, newly graduated (well, one of them anyway) Enid and Rebecca are finally free from the tyranny of high school, but the question of what comes next tests their symbiotic friendship to breaking point. Rebecca (Scarlett Johansson) wants to find a job and an apartment to embark on the road to adulthood, while Enid (Thora Birch) continues to rebel without a cause, and finds a new partner in disgruntlement in the form of middle-aged record obsessive Seymour (Steve Buscemi).Convenience store nunchucks, daytime Satanists, and tampons in teacups ensue, as Gali and Patrick join Devlin on this Rewind to his own shameful turn-of-the-millennium past of wallet chains and cringy sulk-metal, when he discovered this dark comedy that pulls no punches about the downsides of growing up.If you have any questions, comments or ideas for future episodes you can contact us on Twitter @rewindmoviecast, @galithegreek (Gali), @QuillLicker (Devlin) and @PatrickWaggett (Patrick). Check out the website at rewindmoviecast.com for more information about the podcast. If you liked the episode, please rate, share and review on whichever platform you are using to help us grow the show.Thank you for listening. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
NOBODY BEATS ME IN THE KITCHEN. Welcome back to the Bargain Bin, as we go full steam ahead on the 1995 Steven Seagal-starring choo-choo beat ‘em up sequel Under Siege 2: Dark Territory.Seagal reprises his role as the stoic chef/ass-kicker Casey Ryback, accompanying his snarky teenage niece Sarah (Katherine Heigl) on a cross country train journey to her father’s graveside. When the train is taken over by a big ol’ crew of baddies led by eccentric nerdlinger Travis Dane for the purposes of using a space laser to make earthquakes (really), Ryback is in a race against time to punch literally everyone before Dane can blow up the Pentagon.Intergalactic voyeurism, coconut explosives, Looney Tunes death scenes and 60 minute, rubber-and-leather-bondage CD-ROMs. All the way from South Korea, Matt once again joins Gali & Devlin as they venture together in to Dark Territory. Will they rediscover an action classic, or will this be a train wreck in more ways than one?If you have any questions, comments or ideas for future episodes you can contact us on Twitter @rewindmoviecast, @galithegreek (Gali) and @QuillLicker (Devlin) and @scariousartists (Matt).  Check out the website rewindmoviecast.com/ for more information about the podcast.  If you liked the episode, please rate, share and review on whichever platform you are using to help us grow the show.Thank you for listening. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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