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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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VAYA CON DIOS! We’re turning a petrol pump flamethrower on to this chilly winter weather and heading to sunny L.A., where the air got dirty and the sex got clean, for a blast of surfing, skydiving, and stealing with Kathryn Bigelow’s 1991 action classic Point Break. Quarterback punk and Quantico blue-flamer Johnny Utah (Keanu Reeves) arrives in town and is assigned his new partner, grizzled/insane FBI vet Pappas (Gary Busey), who has an interesting theory about the string of summer bank heists committed by a gang of guys calling themselves the Ex-Presidents, rubber mask-clad and disguised as Reagan, Nixon, Carter & Johnson. His hunch - that the gang are sssssssurfers - leads Utah to go undercover with a board like a ‘57 Chevy and try to enlist sassy Tyler (Lori Petty) to teach him to surf, before his head is noticeably turned by the enigmatic waverider Bodhi (Patrick Swayze). The two men form a fascinating, subversive bond even as one unwittingly pursues the other, leading to some remarkably heated chases and no small amount of shooting guns off and going ‘aaargh’.Join film picker Gali, Devlin, Patrick and Matt as they head out in search of the ultimate. You want this episode so bad, you can taste it like acid in your mouth.Outro Song - 'Police and Thieves' (1977) - The ClashIf 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.
Candyman, Candyman, Candyman, Candyman… We’re back with our final installment in this HalloRe’ewind series of seasonal recommendations and our last pick comes from Patrick, who has chosen the 1992 classic Candyman. Oh no, that’s five!In the notorious project of Cabrini-Green, in the neglected housing blocks that sit in the shadow of the wealthiest districts of Chicago yet remain riddled with crime and gang activity, a gory folk tale has the residents of those towers under its spell: the hook-handed spirit of a brutally murdered man from a century before. University grad student Helen braves the dangerous turf in pursuit of the truth behind the tale, convinced that it’s merely a superstitious avatar for the everyday horrors the local population face. But is she inviting disaster by refusing to believe?Joining Patrick are Gali, Devlin and Matt as they discuss the curiously British origins of this very American horror, the tenor of the era that lent it an urgent timeliness, and the power of myths that saw a whole generation of kids daring each other to say his name in the mirror.Outro Song - 'Sweets for my Sweet' (1963) - The SearchersIf 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.
EPISODE 47: HalloRe'ewind Movie Podcast MarathonIt’s time! It’s time! It’s time for the not-at-all-annual Rewind Movie Podcast Hallowe’en movie marathon, as our resident scarehounds Bat (Matt) and Let-The-Devil-In (Devlin) take you on an enormous 2 day, 17 film curated Hallowe’en list to take you from 10am on Friday through to way past your bedtime on Saturday night. But that’s not all! We also have a whole slew of TV episodes, shorts, music playlists, and other assorted treats (and tricks) to fill not only your Hallowe’ekend, but your whole Hallowe’ek. Undisputed classics, hidden gems, they’re all waiting for you to invite them in.Join us as we collaborate on a series of specially selected double-bills to delight and terrify, and visit our website at rewindmoviecast.com where we’ve created a comprehensive blog with videos, music, and more! JOIN US!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.
The FLY (1986) - Episode 46

The FLY (1986) - Episode 46

2020-10-2001:38:41

CHEESEBURGER. The 3rd in our HalloRe’ewind series, where each host chooses their seasonal favourite, sees Gali emerging from his telepod as something transformed - Galifly. We’re talking about David Cronenberg’s classic sci-fi body horror The Fly from 1986.Brilliant scientist Seth Brundle (Jeff Goldblum) charms journalist Veronica Quaife (his then-real-life partner Geena Davis) into visiting his warehouse laboratory-come-apartment with the promise of showing her an invention which will change the course of history. Suitably amazed by a demonstration of his revolutionary device for transporting matter, he convinces her to hold off on publishing her findings until he has achieved his ultimate task - human teleportation. They grow closer, but a mixture of hubris and human fallibility leads to a terrifying, slow-burning nightmare of his own doing.We relive this classic in all its grotesque glory, discussing the pioneering practical effects, memorable score, and affecting performances as Gali, Devlin, Matt and Patrick continue through our Halloween season of tricks and treats. Outro Song - 'Changes' (1971) - David BowieIf 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.
FIRE IT UP! FIRE IT UP! Our second selection in the HalloRe’ewind series comes courtesy of Devlin, who has delved back into his sulky late-teen years to choose the seminal goth-lite tragic romantic 1994 comic book revenge actioner The Crow.Striking rock vocalist Eric Draven (Brandon Lee) and his beautiful fiancée Shelley are viciously attacked on Hallowe’en eve, or Devil’s Night, by a gang of thugs who throw Eric to his death from their apartment’s ornate rose window. One year later, Eric rises from his grave to avenge his beloved Shelley, who succumbed later to her injuries, by killing each gang member responsible. Guided by a mysterious crow and now impervious to injury, his face painted to resemble a ghoulish white mask, he stalks the streets of Detroit on a path of righteous destruction that leads him to the sinister gangland boss Top Dollar (Michael Wincott).We relive the dark and gloomy nineties angst, revel in the industrial/grunge soundtrack, marvel at the weird career of director Alex Proyas, mourn the passing of the film’s rising star Brandon Lee, and mock Devlin for his formative small town miserabilism. Stick with us as all 4 panelists choose their seasonal faves all throughout October!Outro Song - 'I'm Like a Bird' Nelly Furtado (2000)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.
“Everybody be cool. YOU - be cool.” It’s the REAL most wonderful time of the year, and we at Rewind are indulging our bad selves with episodes on 4 Hallowe’en favourites throughout October. First up, we sink our fangs into the Mexican vampire mayhem of Robert Rodriguez’s From Dusk till Dawn, courtesy of super-fan Matt.Outlaw brothers Seth (an early breakout role for E.R. heartthrob George Clooney) and Richie (screenwriter and at-the-time ascendant indie movie vanguard Quentin Tarantino) Gecko are on their way to a safe haven south of the border after a daring prison break has left a trail of destruction in their wake. They’re forced to hitch a ride at gunpoint with fallen preacher Jacob (Harvey Keitel) and his teenage kids Kate and Scott, piloting their RV to an all-night biker hellhole called The Titty Twister to await the Geckos’ liaison. Little do they know that their troubles are just beginning, as they are confronted with something far worse than the scummy denizens of whip-cracking bikers toting firearm codpieces and carnival barking, erm, cat enthusiasts.Join us for this special HalloRe’ewind series, as all 4 panelists are choosing a seasonal favourite that holds a special place in our hearts. Today, we talk Tarantino’s enormous impact on the face of 90s cinema, Rodriguez’s outsider cool, exploitation tropes, and exploding rock bands. Come on, Sex Machine!Outro Song - 'Bad Moon Rising' Creedence Clearwater Revival (1969)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.
In this episode, we tackle the incendiary and controversial 1992 Australian movie Romper Stomper, featuring a star-making turn from Russell Crowe as the head of a gang of violent neo-Nazis in rundown suburban Melbourne. Hando (Crowe) leads his group of violent young men in a brutal assault on three young members of the city’s Vietnamese Australian community. Later, Hando and his shy, but equally violent, 2nd in command Davey (the late Daniel Pollock in his final role) notice a new girl in their local pub - the traumatised, epileptic, and very impressionable Gabrielle (Jaqueline McKenzie). When riotous retribution for their earlier attack comes their way, the gang’s ruinous ethos starts to unravel their unity, stripping them down to this core trio for an intense finale.Uniquely, this is the whole panel’s first viewing of this film - picker Patrick having only heard tell of the mark it left on his dad in his younger days. Joining Gali, Devlin and Matt, we discuss the legacy of a film that split the critical community on release, reflect on how the film now impacts new viewers almost three decades removed from its debut, and the choices of then-32-year-old tyro director Geoffrey Wright in his handling of the material.Please be advised this episode features discussions of racist violence and racist language.Outro Song - 'Come Together' - Primal Scream (1990)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.
GET THE MEAT. On this episode, Gali, Devlin and Patrick are joined all the way from Vancouver by fellow former film school buddy Aidan, who takes a break from his busy schedule as a focus puller & camera department pro to introduce us to the 1992 Sci-Fi curio Freejack, which for some reason was staple viewing in his formative years.Formula 1 racer and gopher-faced cheeky chap Alex Furlong (Emilio Estevez) wakes up on race day with his fiancee Julie (Rene Russo), unaware that not only does a terrible fiery car accident await him, but so does a bizarre temporal displacement kidnapping/pre-grave robbing of his soon-to-be incinerated body in the second before impact by behelmeted Bonejacker Vacendak (the actual Mick Jagger). Suddenly slung almost 20 years in to the future, Alex awakes in a sketchily drawn sub-Philip K Dick society where the infirm and very wealthy can pluck the nearly-deceased out of their timeline via scientific shenanigans and inhabit their lobotomised bodies in order to bypass age and illness. Now Alex, on the run from his own inhibition as the titular Freejack, tries to: maintain control of his own anatomy; reunite with latter-day corporate go-getter Julie; avoid the attentions of the tank-driving weirdo Vacendak; and uncover the labyrinthine corporate plot of who arranged his jacking that also embroils slimy exec Michelette (Jonathan Banks) and sonorous head honcho McCandless (a clearly contractually-obligated Anthony Hopkins). Confused? You will be! First-time viewers Patrick, Devlin and Gali delve in to see why such a deluge of ideas so enraptured a pre-teen Aidan back in his Northumbrian childhood, latching on to such fleeting pleasures as an eccentric turns by lovable 90s weirdo Amanda Plummer and former New York Doll David Johansen, the name Grand L. Bush, and a veritable checklist of corny dystopian tropes under the direction of Rewind alumnus Geoff Murphy (Under Siege 2: Dark Territory).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.
ALIENS (1986) - Episode 41

ALIENS (1986) - Episode 41

2020-08-2101:49:15

GAME OVER MAN! GAME OVER! We’re touching down on LV-426 in James Cameron’s incendiary 1986 sequel ALIENS. We’ll be revisiting the whole Alien franchise in true, confusing Rewind fashion not in release order, but in the order we watched them as kids.Thawed out of cryostasis almost 60 years after her first terrifying ordeal with the Xenomorphs, Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) is badgered by a sleazy executive from the shady Weyland-Yutani Corporation in to acting as an ‘advisor’ on a mission to investigate the far-flung terraforming colony Hadley’s Hope, situated on the same planet that Ripley barely managed to escape from, with which the company has lost contact. Gearing up alongside the rugged Colonial Marines, which includes badass Vasquez (Jenette Goldstein), wild card Hudson (Bill Paxton), and ice cool Hicks (Michael Biehn), Ripley’s worst fears are confirmed when familiar, nightmare fuel creatures wipe out most of the team almost immediately.As Ripley finds herself responsible for the sole survivor of the colony, a small girl called Newt, she must rely on only her wits and courage to survive and escape. Join Gali, Devlin, Patrick and Matt as they travel back in time to one of the seminal movies of most of our panel’s youths, a movie that detonated a popular sci-fi horror film into a multi-armed media franchise and arguably created an entire subgenre of imitators. Hop on the express elevator to hell, GOING DOWN!Outro Song - 'BITCH' - Meredith Brooks (1997)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.
Welcome DISGUSTING MAMMALS to a very special Rewind Movie Podcast! On this episode we are delighted to be joined by the effervescent Em from the excellent Verbal Diorama podcast, who has rewarded our hospitality by bringing us the...fondly remembered 1993 video game adaptation SUPER MARIO BROS.Grumbling Britalian-American plumber Mario Mario (a visibly confused Bob Hoskins) and his Colombian/Calabrian brother Luigi Mario (John Leguizamo) follow sparky young archaeologist Daisy (Samantha Mathis) through a portal to an alternative dimension where dinosaurs, not simians, were the evolutionary forebears of the humanoid denizens of the cyberpunk trashland known as Dinohattan. Its leader is the slithery and ruthless King Koopa (crazy Dennis Hopper), who intends to use Daisy and her mysterious necklace to take over and rule our world.We delve into the bizarre origins of the film, the on-set fights over tone and content, and how that affected the final movie, as the directors’ dystopian designs clash with the family-friendly script commissioned while production was already in progress. With all this ground to cover, luckily we have our tremendous guest to keep us on track. Join Gali, Devlin and Em down one of those green tunnel-looking things as we take a deep dive on one of 90s cinema’s most famous flops. Will we unearth a rare and beautiful truffle from under the dirt, or does this mushroom deserve to be flambéed?You can find Em on social media @verbaldiorama, on her website at https://verbaldiorama.com/, and of course on your favourite podcast platform!Outro Song - 'That's Amore' - Dean Martin (1953)PODCAST Recommendation - VERBAL DIORAMAIf 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.
If anybody smiles at me ever again, I'm going to freak out. On this Throwback episode, Devlin has chosen David Gordon Green’s 2003 melancholy indie romance All The Real Girls.We meet small town lothario Paul (Paul Schneider) after he has already become enraptured by his best friend’s younger sister Noel (Zooey Deschanel), and begun a tentative romance that doesn’t sit well with drinking buddy and fellow carouser Tip (Shea Wigham) who knows all too well what his worst impulses can lead to. Before he hit the big time with his Blumhouse Halloween franchise, we return to David Gordon Green’s roots with his second feature, and discuss his idiosyncratic career trajectory. Set amongst the natural splendour and post-industrial decline of North Carolina, where Green & Schneider studied film along with co-star Danny McBride, this naturalistic, meditative film was a seminal discovery for Devlin back when he was on the brink of adulthood - does it still hold the same sway now? And will it cast any kind of spell on Gali, Patrick & Matt, who he hassled relentlessly to watch it all those years ago?Outro Song - 'She's Got Issues' The Offspring (1998)PODCAST Recommendation - SEEN THE SEQUELThe movie podcast about the sequels that were never made, probably for good reason. Each week Host Curry and his cast of cinema geeks create the sequels that never happened, covering old favourites to new releases and everything in between.Seen the Sequel? is available, for free, via Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Acast and all good podcasting platforms.Follow them on Twitter: @SeenTheSequelIf 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.
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

2020-06-0901:37:22

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.
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