Episode 83: Titanic (1997)

Film chosen by Gali God himself could not sink this ship! We’ve snagged a ticket on a lucky hand of poker and are setting sail on the grandest vessel ever built, James Cameron’s all-conquering disaster romance epic Titanic. Eventually emerging as an unsinkable box office phenomenon and Oscar magnet, Cameron cashed in all his chips... Continue Reading →

Episode 82: Predator 2 (1990) LV-RMP SERIES

Want some candy? Our LV-RMP series continues on the Yautja trail as we swap the jungles of Val Verde for its concrete equivalent - the mean, sweaty streets of a near-future, heatwave-crazy Los Angeles for Stephen Hopkins' 1990 sequel Predator 2. Another imposing, grotesquely-mandibled intergalactic hunter has crashed to Earth in search of trophies, interfering... Continue Reading →

Episode 81: Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!

Film chosen and introduced by Devlin In our epic career-spanning primer podcast, myself and guest Patrick Crain identified Russ Meyer's seminal 1965 girl gang ass-kicker Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! as our collective choice for the ideal on-ramp to discovering the work of one of American cinemas most influential, controversial, and extraordinary filmmakers. So, I get... Continue Reading →

Episode 80: Speed (1994)

Film chosen by listener Matthew Pinder POP QUIZ HOTSHOT. We’re careening through the unfinished highways of Los Angeles with Jan de Bont’s explosive debut feature SPEED, courtesy of a listener request. After thwarting an elaborate exploding elevator hostage situation, bomb disposal expert Jack Traven (Keanu Reeves) finds himself targetted by the enraged madman responsible (Dennis... Continue Reading →

Episode 79: Paranormal Activity (2009)

Film chosen by listener Davey Growls YOU CANNOT RUN FROM THIS. We’re back with another listener request episode, as things go bump in the night for a self-filming suburban couple in the smash hit 2009 found footage phenomenon Paranormal Activity. Micah (Micah Sloat) buys himself a fancy video camera to document the uncanny occurrences that... Continue Reading →

Episode 78: Thoroughly Modern Millie (1967)

Film chosen by Patrick RASPBERRIES! Rewind’s resident song-and-dance man Patrick continues his quest to get the gang to appreciate his love of musical cinema with George Roy Hill’s 1968 Roaring Twenties-set comedy extravaganza Thoroughly Modern Millie. Fresh off a run of world-conquering hits including Mary Poppins and The Sound of Music, Julie Andrews plays the... Continue Reading →

Episode 77: Predator (1987) LV-RMP SERIES

Introduced by Matt ARNOLD IS NUMERO UNO 💪🏻 “Money doesn’t make you happy. I now have $50 million but I was just as happy when I had $48 million.”Arnold Schwarzenegger Arnold Schwarzenegger was perhaps the leading actor of my childhood. A close second being Roger Moore in his seven Bond outings, or Harrison Ford in... Continue Reading →

Episode 76: Die Hard (1988)

Introduced by Matt Ode to John: The Joy of McTiernan This is both a nod, and an apology to John McTiernan. Not that he'll ever know (or care), but at film school, I was cagey and downright secretive about how much I loved his work. His movies weren’t deemed "avant-garde a clue" enough for me... Continue Reading →

Episode 75: Event Horizon (1997)

Film chosen by listener Tom Bhaduri, introduced by Devlin Big thanks to Tom, who emailed this suggestion to us. Neither myself, Matt, nor Gali were big fans of this film in its late-90s video heyday, but we seemed to be the exceptions within our various friendship groups. Event Horizon was a true word-of-mouth, must-see film... Continue Reading →

Episode 74: Empire Records (1995)

Film chosen and introduced by Devlin If nothing else, this episode showed me just what a true cult object this film is. Despite my esteemed co-hosts being roughly the same age as me, and us having a decent amount of overlap in our formative experiences and tastes, I was pretty shocked when not one of... Continue Reading →

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