Aliens make first contact in Steven Spielberg's second blockbuster, Close Encounters of the Third Kind.
It's Spaceballs: the podcast episode!
They're the galaxy defenders who won't let you remember. They are... the Men in Black.
Maybe you won't like our episode about Wayne's World. Yeah, and monkeys might fly out of our butts.
Before they were household names, Bradley Cooper, Amy Poehler, and Paul Rudd starred in a micro-budgeted film about the last day of summer camp: 2001's Wet Hot American Summer.
Push play to hear what RoboCop has in common with Jesus, R2-D2, and Batman. Plus we share our thoughts on Wonder Woman and Cars 3, and explain how Rotten Tomatoes works before deciding if RoboCop stands the Test of Time.
Tobey Maguire stars as your friendly neighborhood web-slinger in Sam Raimi’s 2002 blockbuster, Spider-Man.
Fifteen years after the movie's release, we discuss the physics of kissing upside-down, what Green Goblin has in common with Wile E. Coyote, and how Peter Parker gets in one little fight and his uncle gives him the whole "great power/great responsibility" speech. When all is said and done, we ask if 2002's Spider-Man stands the Test of Time.
A group of kids from the suburbs try to survive a night in the city in the 1987 movie, Adventures in Babysitting.
Ancient Egyptians practiced the art of mummification so the deceased could stand the test of time over thousands of years. But how does the Brendan Fraser movie The Mummy hold up after just 18 years?
To find out, we analyze the way the mummy "recomposes," the correct number and order of the plagues, and how this movie features more kissing talk than an episode of Saved by the Bell. Plus we discuss Irish slang and pay tribute to the late Roger Moore as we find out if 1999's The Mummy stands the Test of Time.