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May 13, 2020  

34. Day of the Dead (1985) with George Heftler

This week's episode is one we've been holding onto for a while - given the state of the world it just didn't feel right to watch or discuss a post-apocalyptic zombie movie. But for some reason, the timing feels right now. We can't say whether that's because of the social commentary at the heart of George Romero's Day of the Dead or because the conversation Rafe has with guest George Heftler feels appropriate right now, but regardless the timing feels right. Listen as Rafe and George talk about zombie films as social commentary, fast moving zombies vs. slow moving zombies, the legacy Romero and specifically Day of the Dead has left, and more!

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This week's independent podcast promo is for Double Edged Double Bill.

May 6, 2020  

33. Harold and Maude (1971) with Brett Barnett

Happy (late) Star Wars day and happy (early) Mother's Day! This week was almost a lost episode as we were scheduled to record just as the COVID-19 pandemic broke out and locked everything down, but thankfully we managed to reconnect and make the conversation happen, and I'm certainly glad we did. Harold and Maude may be a darker comedy, but it is certainly a movie worth seeing and talking about. Rafe is joined by Brett Barnett and the two talk about life, death, the old filmmaking adage of "show, don't tell" and a movie that breaks a of storytelling expectations.

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This week's independent podcast promo is for Cutting Class.

April 30, 2020  

32. Live Die Repeat: Edge of Tomorrow (2014) with Daniel from Passion Fruits

We're still trying to keep things lighter given the current cultural climate, but "light" doesn't only have to mean comedy, as we are reminded of thanks to Daniel (of the Passion Fruits podcast) who brings Edge of Tomorrow for this week's conversation. Rafe and Daniel talk about Tom Cruise as an actor, time travel stories, try to dissect the ending of the movie, and ponder what direction the story might go in the announced plans for a sequel.

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Daniel is one half of the Passion Fruits podcast.

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This week's independent podcast promo is for Apple for the Teacher.

April 22, 2020  

31. Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975) with Austin West

At first we were a bit worried that an episode about Monty Python and the Holy Grail would consist of just quoting the lines from the movie for an hour, but thankfully we were able to get past that and have a decent conversation about the movie. Join Rafe and guest Austin West as they talk about whether Monty Python is just "guy comedy," elements of the movie you may have missed the first (or second, or third) time through, and Rafe's son's reaction to seeing this comedy classic for the first time.

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Austin West is co-host of the Football UNfocused podcast.

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This week's independent podcast promo is for Spoop Hour.

April 15, 2020  

30. The Graduate (1967) with Chad Schreiner

You probably know the iconic moments from various film montages, but how many of you have actually seen the 1967 Dustin Hoffman comedy The Graduate? Rafe had not, but this week he fixes that, courtesy of his conversation with Script-Promptu member Chad Schreiner. Rafe and Chad discuss why parts of the movie don't hold up so well in today's culture, how brilliant Hoffman was as a comedic actor, and the importance of Simon & Garfunkel's music in this Mike Nichols' classic film.

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This week's independent podcast promo is for A Journey Beyond the Skies.

April 8, 2020  

29. Fletch (1985) with Price Ashe

If you're looking for lighter-fare, as we're trying to focus on for a little while, it doesn't get much lighter than Fletch, the 1985 Chevy Chase comedy about an investigative reporter who "changes identities more than he changes his underwear." This week Reel Rundown co-host Price Ashe joins Rafe to talk about Fletch, Chevy Chase, contemporary actors who could take Chase's mantle, and oddly enough, Tiger King. Also, be sure to go to Podchaser before April 16th and leave reviews for your favorite podcasts to help raise money for Meals on Wheels.

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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 Best Forevers.

April 1, 2020  

28. The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2013) with Alex Kunka

The Secret Life of Walter Mitty is an almost perfect HNST movie. It brags an impressive cast, including Ben Stiller (who also directed), Kristen Wiig, Adam Scott, and Shirley MacLaine. It has a surprising amount of substance, leading to an excellent conversation about the movie and how Rafe and guest Alex Kunka related to it. But somehow, it's also largely overlooked. It's definitely a movie worth your time and Rafe and Alex wind up having a fantastic discussion about the movie, life choices (and maybe some regrets), online dating, and how our perceptions are impacted by social media. 

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This week's independent podcast promo is for The Movie Journey.

March 25, 2020  

27. Labyrinth (1986) with Emily Slade

Labyrinth is a film that has been maligned on several episodes of the podcast thus far, so it's about time someone came on the show to defend it. That "someone" is Emily Slade, who provides one of our most entertaining episodes to date. Rafe and Emily discuss his previous remarks about Jennifer Connelly's acting in Labyrinth, investigate the relationship her character, Sarah, has with the different denizens of the puzzle (including David Bowie's Jareth), and explore more aspects of the movie than you probably thought were even possible. A definite must-listen-to episode!

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This week's independent podcast promo is for AnxZenity.

Emily Slade is the host of the podcast Why This Film? 

March 18, 2020  

26. John Wick (2014) with Millan Singh

This week we look at the most contemporary film to come to Have Not Seen This: John Wick. Believe it or not, however, it is a movie Rafe had not seen until preparing for this episode. Listen to Rafe and guest Millan Singh (SpyFy After Dark) talk about the amazing action sequences and Keanu Reeves' as an actor, before digging deeper into the world created for the movie and the idea of "honor among thieves."

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This week's independent podcast promo is for Killer Jobs.

Millan Singh is the host of the podcast SpyFy After Dark. Also check out SpyFy After Dark on YouTube.

March 11, 2020  

25. The Matrix (1999) with Yagami

We go down the rabbit hole this week for The Matrix, a movie that has been a long time coming for Rafe to discuss on a podcast. Our guest is Yagami, who brings an amazing passion about movies and a very unique perspective as someone in a developing country. Rafe and Yagami discuss movie theaters, the 3D film phenomenon, philosophy, anime films, and (of course) The Matrix. It's an excellent episode that is destined to be one of our "Best of" episodes.

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Yagami has a YouTube channel and streams on Twitch.

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