This week we dive into the 1995 comedy film, Billy Madison. Listen in as JD & Kyle take a deep dive into each scene and discuss what’s held up and what hasn’t over the last 25 years. Subscribe for free on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Castbox and YouTube. Click here to listen.
This week the guys are breaking down Top 5 Christmas Movie Villains and you will not believe who made the cut and who didn’t. Next week on the show we are breaking down one of the great Christmas films of all-time Christmas Vacation be sure to check that out. Subscribe for free on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and YouTube. Click here to listen.
We are joined on the episode by a special guest, author Chris Clews. He’s back to promote his latest book, “What 80’s Pop Culture Teaches us About Todays Workplace Book #2.” You can purchase the book on Wednesday November 6th on Amazon. Subscribe to the Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Castbox, IGTV and YouTube. Click here to listen.
So Freddie Prinze Jr. is a cool dude. There is no way around it. He isn’t as cool as Billy Zane (but nobody is). Anyways, Freddie has had a pretty interesting acting career. Some of his movies are regarded as classics, while others are regarded as lawn clippings. In any regard, let’s distill his career into a top five list because…why not.
5). Wing Commander (1999)
Well, I have never seen this movie. But it has to be good because FPJ is in it.
4). Scooby-Doo (2002)
Yes Dave, I know. This isn’t actually a good movie. But Scooby-Doo was my favorite as a kid so I cheesed all over this movie when it came out. FPJ plays an excellent Fred (just like in real life).
3). Summer Catch (2001)
Uhm, if you played a sport in high school, this is probably a pretty cool movie. It has music and romance and FPJ. I’m starting to see a trend. Every movie that has our boy Freddie in it is fantastic. It doesn’t even have to be good to be great.
2). I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997)
It’s true. I do know. But I’m not telling. This features a young Freddie, but his eyebrows wear the weight of the world. It is spooky and filled with teenage angst. If you want to know more about it, listen to our review of the film.
1). She’s All That (1999)
Yes she is. And yes he is. For some reason, we haven’t reviewed this movie. Or have we? I don’t really remember. It’s really a cool movie and I enjoy the story, the acting, and the music.
NERDS!!! For Ep. 112 we are diving into one of the best comedies from the 80s, Revenge of the Nerds! During the episode we break down the scenes one by one, we discuss the failed reboot from 2007 and give our thoughts on how the film has held up over the years. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Castbox and YouTube. Click here to listen.
For episode 111 we are diving into another top 5 list of favorite movies, this week we break down our top 5 Teen Movies! You won’t believe what movie JD puts as his top teen movie of all-time! Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Castbox and YouTube. Click here to listen.
This week we are diving into arguably the greatest year in movie cinema history, we are picking our top 5 films from the year 1984! Listen in as Kyle & JD compare lists and argue which movies should have made the list and which ones shouldn’t. Subscribe to the podcast for free at Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Castbox and YouTube. Click here to listen.
This week for Ep 107 we are feeling the Bern as we dive into the 1989 Black Comedy film, Weekend at Bernie’s! This movie is full of hijinks and we have a great time breaking it down scene by scene. Subscribe for free on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Castbox and YouTube. Click here to listen. Click here to listen.
For episode 106, we are in Shermer High School for the 80’s classic, the Breakfast Club! We are joined on the episode by author and 80’s expert Chris Clews. We break down the film in its entirety and talk about how the movie has held up all these years later. Subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Castbox and YouTube. Click here to listen.