Episode 14: Audition (1999)

きりきりきり! On this Throwback, first time Rewinder and good friend Matt joins us all the way from South Korea to discuss his first brush with Takashi Miike’s seminal romantic drama-turned-nightmare fuel Audition. Lonely Tokyo widower Aoyama turns to an old friend in his quest to find a new wife to share his life with. His... Continue Reading →

Episode 12: Dances With Wolves (1990)

TATANKA! Devlin takes us on a Throwback to the never-ending Sunday afternoons of his childhood with Kevin Costner’s OSCAR-winning frontier epic DANCES WITH WOLVES. Wounded Civil War soldier John Dunbar’s unusual act of battlefield heroism allows him to choose his next posting, and he elects for a life of seclusion in an abandoned fort at... Continue Reading →

Episode 9: Rocky (1976)

Gali has tipped his hand and selected a personal favourite, the archetypal “inspirational sports movie” ROCKY. We follow low-ranking local Philadelphia boxer Rocky Balboa, a soft-centred brute who spends his days enforcing for a local loan shark (while ironically avoiding the use of violence). Lamenting his lack of initiative, confronted with the stagnation of his... Continue Reading →

Episode 8: The Monster Squad (1987)

Welcome to the show, BAND-AID BREATH. Patrick’s first ever podcast selection is the 1987 kids-versus-creatures adventure comedy The Monster Squad. When Dracula, The Wolfman, Frankenstein’s Monster, The Mummy and The Creature from the Black Lagoon converge on a small town in search of a sacred amulet that controls the fate of the world, only a... Continue Reading →

Episode 7: Halloween III: Season of the Witch

BOO! It’s Devlin’s favourite time of year, and he’s selected the strange outlier of the Halloween franchise, 1982’s Halloween III: Season of the Witch. A near-catatonic patient is brutally killed on Dr Dan Challis’ (Tom Atkins) shift, and the mysterious assailant sets himself ablaze. Desperate to make sense of this, Dan accompanies the murdered man’s... Continue Reading →

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