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September 23, 2020  

47. Road House (1989) with Sean Connell

He's brainy, he's brawny, and he once killed a man by ripping out their throat with his bare hands. He's Dalton, the bouncer of Road House, one of Patrick Swayze's better-known roles. Join Rafe and guest Sean Connell as they dive into this iconic '80s picture that Rafe had not seen until this point. Who would win in a fight - Swayze or Sam Elliott? Just how mustache-twirling villain can Ben Gazzarra play? And even though this movie wasn't well received, did it help save Swayze's career from oblivion? 

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This week's independent podcast promo is for Bite Size Biographies.

September 16, 2020  

46. The Wraith (1987) with Casey Edison

What do Charlie Sheen, Randy Quaid, Sherilyn Fenn, and two characters best described as the "bully Statler and Waldorf" have in common? The 1987 sci-fi/horror film The Wraith, which Rafe discusses with this week's guest Casey Edison. Rafe and Casey talk "bad" movies, '80s movie tropes, the popularity of Quaid and Fenn, and lots more as they dive into this movie most of you probably have not seen.

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Casey can be found on The Lucky Die podcast, the ReMemorex - Not a Test podcast, and on Twitter.

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This week's independent podcast promo is for The How it Ends podcast and I Never Saw That.

September 10, 2020  

45. I Come In Peace aka Dark Angel (1990) with Robert Solomon

When you think '80s and '90s action, you tend to think of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone's powerhouse blockbusters. But there's a vast array of B-movie sci-fi action films from the time period, starring some of the action stars who would support Arnold and Sly in their bigger endeavors. This week's movie is one of those: I Come In Peace (also known as Dark Angel) starring Dolph Lundgren. Our guest, Robert Solomon, brings a great conversation about I Come In Peace, B-movies in general, and about as many tangents as we can go down in a single sitting.

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Robert Solomon is the creator and host of This Uncanny Earth.

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August 27, 2020  

44. Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (1991) with Hem Cleveland

This week's guest, Hem Cleveland, is a podcaster and voice artist, so it seems appropriate that she picked an animated movie to talk about on the show: Disney's Beauty and the Beast. We discuss vocal performing, Disney archetypes, anti-intellectualism, and a talking candelabra, as we dig through the first animated film to get an Oscar nomination for Best Picture.

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Hem Cleveland can be found on The Lucky Die podcast (as Volanda) and The White Vault podcast.

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This week's independent podcast promo is for Tone Deaf: A Theatre Nerd's Guide For Their Musically Challenged Spouse.

August 6, 2020  

43. Batman Returns (1992) with Joe McDonnell

Guest Joe McDonnell started out just looking for a podcast that discussed Tim Burton's only directed sequel, Batman Returns. Little did he know he would soon be taking part in a conversation as a guest on a show doing exactly that. Rafe and Joe discuss how well Burton's Batman follow up holds up today, the impact of stuffing a superhero film with villains, and how contested classifying Batman Returns as "a movie for kids" or "a movie for adults" wound up being, to the point that even McDonalds had an opinion on the matter.

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Joe McDonnell is part of the Out of Boundz podcast, which can be found at Sideline Coverage.

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July 23, 2020  

42. John Carpenter’s The Thing (1982) with Drew Meyer

John Carpenter's The Thing is a creepy enough movie on its own, but add in the context of 2020's pandemic situation and a movie where an undetectable threat infiltrates an isolated science base suddenly gets a lot creepier. Rafe is joined by Who & Company's Drew Meyer to talk about the impact of context, why this movie almost ruined the careers of those involved, the influence of Agatha Christie on genre films, and more!

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Drew Meyer is on Twitter and is part of the Who & Company podcast.

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This week's independent podcast promo is for Sips Suds and Smokes.

July 9, 2020  

41. Monte Walsh (1970) with Jeff Mohr

We haven't had a proper western on the show yet, but that changes this week as we look at the end of the cowboy era in Monte Walsh, starring Lee Marvin and Jack Palance. The source of the movie is a bit unusual, as guest Jeff Mohr (of Gruesome Magazine) is usually a horror guy, but his love for this movie quickly becomes apparent. Listen as Rafe and Jeff talk about the end of the western era, the 2003 remake, and more!

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You can find Jeff Mohr's multiple podcasts at Gruesome Magazine

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July 2, 2020  

40. Warcraft (2016) with Luke Kunka

This week, guest Luke Kunka brings Warcraft to the show for discussion (if that name sounds familiar, it's because he's the brother of Alex Kunka who brought The Secret Life of Walter Mitty for a previous episode). Rafe and Luke talk about the video game adaptation and how it changed the story created through Warcraft games and novels for a big screen retelling. We also discuss the idea of fan service, and how you create moments that fans can appreciate without alienating newcomers to a franchise.

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June 25, 2020  

39. The Emperor’s New Groove (2000) with Scotty Moore

We're diving into our first animated Disney feature this week with guest Scotty Moore of the BS Network. Scotty is out to set a record for the most podcast appearances and we were happy to have him on our show to add to his count. Rafe and Scotty discuss the train wreck that was the making of Kingdom of the Sun (which eventually became The Emperor's New Groove), crying at Disney films, and the documentary The Sweatbox (which can currently be found on YouTube).

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You can find Scotty Moore on Twitter and his shows at A Load of Pure BS.com

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June 18, 2020  

38. Blood Simple (1984) with Chris Ecklund

This week is a special episode for Rafe - not only is it a great conversation about Blood Simple, the first movie from the Coen Brothers, but the guest is one of Rafe's childhood friends. Rafe and Chris met in high school and immediately became good friends, sharing a love of movies, gaming, and video games. This week's episode reconnects them after a decade as talk about the Coen Brothers' debut film, which is an absolute must see film.

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