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October 28, 2021  

83. The Fly (1986) with Drew Meyer

We're closing out our "spooky season" with David Cronenberg's 1986 remake The Fly, courtesy of Drew Meyer who has been on previously to discuss The Thing and The Blob. While it isn't exactly an autumnal horror movie that brings thoughts of Halloween to mind, it's a really interesting character study that Drew loves and Rafe had not seen before. Join them as they discuss the '80s era of film, The Fly, and Rafe's aversion to Geena Davis.

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This week's independent podcast promo is for Things That Keep Me Up at Night.

October 25, 2021  

Beyond the Screens: Remakes and Dune

Last week we talked the Night of the Living Dead remake and we have another remake coming this week, so it seemed the perfect time to talk about remakes online. Rafe polls Facebook, Twitter, and Reddit to see what people's favorite and least favorite remakes are. Speaking of remakes, Dune came out this week and Rafe offers up his spoiler-free review of the movie. 

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October 21, 2021  

82. Night of the Living Dead (1990) with Adam Thomas

Adam Thomas returns to the show with his pick for this year's "spooky season" and it's a movie that really surprised Rafe: the remake of the horror classic Night of the Living Dead. Rafe and Adam talk about remakes in general, Patricia Tallman and Tony Todd's interesting roles within the remake, the accusations of why George Romero was involved in this remake in the first place, and (oddly) Rafe's age (note: I'm not as old as Adam makes me out to be).

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Adam Thomas is half of the Double Edged Double Bill podcast.

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This week's independent podcast promo is for Myopia: Defend Your Childhood.

October 18, 2021  

Beyond the Screens: Menacing Movie Performances

Last week's look at Green Room led us to asking over the weekend about other menacing movie performances. We talk about the ones our community recommended in this backstage episode. Rafe also talks a little about Netflix's Squid Game and then sets up this week's movie discussion about a horror remake.

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October 14, 2021  

81. Green Room (2015) with Thomas Mariani

We're kicking off our "spooky season" a little late, but still starting with quite a bang. Thomas Mariani returns to the show for a fourth time to talk about Green Room, a movie that has the tragic status of being actor Anton Yelchin's final, and yet most promising, film. Put him up against Patrick Stewart as the head of a neo-nazi organization and even standing on opposite sides of a closed door the tension is palatable. Since it isn't a traditional "horror movie," Rafe and Thomas end up talking about their experience and opinions on what makes a movie a "horror movie" in the first place.

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Thomas Mariani is half of the Double Edged Double Bill podcast.

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This week's independent podcast promo is for The Weekly Cooldown.

October 11, 2021  

Beyond the Screens: Podcasts! Podcasts! Podcasts!

Happy October everyone! The spooky season is upon us and it's time to talk about some spooky movies. In this "Beyond the Screens" Rafe gives updates on his various podcast projects and then talks about Disney's Muppets Haunted Mansion, a project that combines two of Rafe's favorite things. How did it end up? Take a listen to find out, and come back on Thursday for our regular movie discussion episode!

Rafe's new podcast, Never Say Die! can be found on Podbean for now, with all the regular podcast distribution sources coming soon!

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September 23, 2021  

80. Don Verdean (2015) with Price Ashe

Price Ashe returns to the podcast with another comedy in tow, this time one you probably Have Not Seen: 2015's Don Verdean from Jared Hess (Napoleon Dynamite). Rafe and Price discuss Hess's varied career, hypothesize over Rafe's aversion to comedy films, and go on plenty of tangents, including a tribute to the recently-passed Norm MacDonald.

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Price Ashe is the co-host of Reel Rundown.

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This week's independent podcast promo is for Oz-9.

September 16, 2021  

79. Summer of 84 (2018) with Soup from Nazaria

Rafe has mentioned on several different episodes over the past few months about joining in on several audio drama projects. This week sees the man in charge of one of those projects, an entity known as "Soup," joining the podcast to discuss his selection: Summer of 84. These two men, one who was alive in 1984 and the other who wasn't, talk about Kids on Bikes movies, the relationship between this movie and The Burbs, Dungeons and Dragons, and more!

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Soup is the master of the world of Nazaria.

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This week's independent podcast promo is for Break a Wish.

September 13, 2021  

Beyond the Screens: Movie Food and The Matrix Resurrected Trailer Reaction

Rafe is finally settled into his new house and is ready to record! This week Rafe talks about last week's Friday Inquiry about favorite movie food, reacts to The Matrix Resurrection trailer, gives an update on his other podcast project that was teased a few months ago, and invites you to check out the world of Nazaria, an audio drama created by this week's guest that Rafe has joined for its upcoming season two. Join us again on Thursday for our normal movie discussion!

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September 9, 2021  

78. Ravenous (1999) with James Rodrigues

James Rodrigues returns with yet another movie Rafe was unaware of before it being picked for the podcast: 1999's Ravenous which stars a heck of a cast including Guy Pearce, Robert Carlyle, and Jeffrey Jones. We discuss visiting movies with problematic people involved (Jones), the influence of movie soundtracks, Guy Pearce channeling his best Ethan Hawke, and the fine line between cannibalism and vampirism as part of our conversation surrounding this oddball comedy/horror/western picture you probably Have Not Seen.

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James Rodrigues can be found on Twitter and Letterboxd. You can also find his writing at The Reviewing Rodders and Fly Fidelity.

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This week's independent podcast promo is for The Podcast Reviews Reviews Podcast

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