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.
In space, no one can hear you scream. So be grateful you’re not in space, on the run from a homicidal xenomorph that explodes out of your chest and bleeds acid.
This week, we ask the hard hitting questions about 1979's Alien. What are the drawbacks of having a mouth inside your mouth? What's the best way to choke someone with a magazine? And would "Space Truckers" have been a better title?
We also talk about our feelings on the Star Wars Episode IX release date and our hopes for Indiana Jones 5 before determining if Alien stands the Test of Time.
Super spy Austin Powers is figuratively and literally frozen in the 1960's, only to find that the world has drastically changed without him.
Grab your favorite Swedish-made penis enlarger pump as we chat about our favorite Saturday Night Live cast members, the inspiration for Dr. Evil's accent, the disturbing real life story of Random Task, and the movie's decidedly creepy romance. At the end of this "podcast," we ask if Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery stands the Test of Time.
Arnold Schwarzenegger gets his ass to Mars in the big budget sci-fi action flick, Total Recall.
We analyze the likelihood of mutants on Mars, ponder the use of "credits" as the official currency of sci-fi movies, and ruminate on the most hapless victim to ever get caught in the middle of a fictional firefight. And yes, we talk about the three-breasted woman before deciding if Total Recall stands the Test of Time.
In the summer of 1962, a group of friends play baseball, learn how to steal a kiss from a lifeguard, and do battle with a dog that is definitely not neutered.
Join us as we talk about Martin Scorsese's move to Netflix, the definitive version of America the Beautiful, and the missed opportunity with James Earl Jones' second-most famous character in a baseball movie. In the end, we ask if The Sandlot stands the Test of Time.
Steven Spielberg takes on a classic children's tale, with Robin Williams as an adult Peter Pan returning to Neverland in 1991's Hook.
This week, we discuss how we did predicting the changes in the Beauty and the Beast live-action remake, who collects royalties off of Peter Pan stories, and what the trailer for Hook 2 might have looked like.
Plus we interview one of Hook's Lost Boys, actor and director Thomas Tulak, who tells us about working with Robin Williams, filming the infamous food fight scene, and his potential role in the upcoming Hook prequel, Bangarang.
The Lost Boys themselves never age, but does Hook stand the Test of Time?
Put on your Power Glove and find that warp whistle: we're talking about 1989's love letter to Nintendo, The Wizard.
This flick features Fred Savage putting the moves on a pre-Rilo Kiley Jenny Lewis, the meanest video game villain this side of The King of Kong's Billy Mitchell, and the debut of the greatest video game ever, Super Mario Bros. 3. (Sorry, Ocarina of Time!) This movie may be the gold standard of product placement, but does it stand the Test of Time?