Episode 39: All The Real Girls (2003)

Introduced by Devlin …in which I derail any momentum we have in gaining new listeners by choosing a film most people haven't seen and which isn’t available to stream anywhere. Maybe Gali is right when he says he dreads my picks... To be honest, that’s always been our approach here on Rewind for Throwback episodes... Continue Reading →

Episode 37: Inception (2010)

Introduced by Devlin This is the most recent film we've ever covered on the podcast, which stretches the self-defined scope of what we deem a Rewind movie. Until now, we've stopped around the early 2000s, as that sort of caps our adolescence and with it, the period in our lives when we had the time,... Continue Reading →

Episode 36: BARGAIN BIN #7 Taken (2008)

Introduced by Patrick You’re going to be taken… to a revisit of the most badass Brian you’ve ever encountered. I still laugh to this day that Liam Neeson’s character is called ‘Brian Mills’. It’s hardly a cool name like ‘Jason Bourne’, but that's one of the many reasons I enjoy this film so much -... Continue Reading →

Episode 34: Darby O’Gill and the Little People

Introduced by Devlin I admit early and often in this episode to having something of an inability to process whimsy. Despite having previously chosen a family fantasy film of sorts (Terry Gilliam's The Adventures of Baron Munchausen) my childhood had a marked dearth of family-style fantasy films, an even bigger dearth of Disney, and basically... Continue Reading →

Episode 33: L.A. Confidential (1997)

Introduced by Devlin Big thanks to Oli (@Remedi_RPM) for requesting this movie for review! As stated in the episode, I sort of filed this one away in this amorphous group of worthy-but-slightly-dull movies that I probably should have watched by now and would probably never really get around to, given that we live in The... Continue Reading →

BLOG: Pee-wee’s Big Rewind

Pee-wee’s Big Adventure (1985) | Big Top Pee-wee (1988) Kooky cult comedy antics abound in this '80s double bill oddity, starring Paul Reubens as his madcap Groundling creation, Pee-wee Herman. Adorned in a grey suit, white high-heeled shoes (“tequila!”) and a little red bowtie, the petulant, childlike roars and idiosyncratic shenanigans of Reubens’ character were... Continue Reading →

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