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What are the The Best 1980s & 1990s Movies? Do you find yourself asking if the movies we loved while growing up were really that good? Have you caught yourself thinking, “why don’t make movies like they use to?” Can you still remember spending your Friday Nights searching for the perfect movie rental at Blockbuster Video? Do you know what Blockbuster Video is? If you answered yes, then this is the podcast for you! Website: http://shatthemovies.com/the-best-80s-90s-movies/ Email: hosts@shatth ...
 
Not all tech products succeed once on the market, and some are killed off with little warning. Flashback looks back at failed tech products to see what we can learn by studying their demises. Hosted by Quinn Nelson and Stephen Hackett.
 
Missing the golden era of hip hop? The Crate 808 podcast travels back to the 1990s with lively debates around classic albums, arguments over Top 5 GOATs and interviews with instrumental people from the culture. Every week, join Kambi Thandi, a long-time hip hop head and pod producer, as he interviews insightful guests to provide a healthy dose of nostalgia, and a fresh look on the decade that shaped the genre.
 
An anthology series exploring the eras, subcultures, and obsessions we can't leave behind. In this season, hosts Raymond Wiley (Out There Radio, Disinformation, The Shadow of Ideas) and Audra Wolfmann (Speakeasily vs. the '80s) focus on the 1990s, the decade that made us.
 
Welcome to Goosebuds! A podcast where your hosts Paul Ritchey, Chad Quandt, and Kevin Cole dig into the Young Adult Literature of Goosebumps by R.L. Stine and give these tomes the deep critique and respect they deserve. Sometimes they get too scared and cover other adjacent 90s books and culture instead. Come join us and re-discover the stories you grew up with or jump in for the first time.
 
Hosts Ricky Camilleri (AOL Build) and Chris Chafin (Rolling Stone, Vulture) look back at movies that opened 30 years ago this week, talking about absolute '90s classics, forgotten gems, and some things, uh, really it's best to forget. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Dueling Decades is the totally awesome adult retro game show you've been looking for! Listen as the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s square off and do battle! Because it's your history, we just fight for it! The rules of our game are simple! A coin flip shall decide who picks first, out of the 5 dueling decades categories (Movies, TV, Music, News, & Hot Products). The judge’s ruling will determine who wins each round, allowing the victor to choose the next available category. The first 3 rounds are w ...
 
Every month, Ben Cartlidge and Michiel Kroder take a look at the same month in a random year from the last two decades of the 20th century. They discuss what video games were popular in the arcades of that moment in time, but also what was going on in popular culture and the world around us, from a joint UK and Netherlands perspective.
 
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Every month our host Klintron talks with the minds behind some of the most disturbing and obscure comic books of both today and yesterday, with a special emphasis on small press and self-published and the so-called ”Outlaw Comics” movement of the 1990s. Subscribe and you‘ll discover comics you won‘t find anywhere else.
 
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Wendi McLendon-Covey, Dfernando Zaremba

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A podcast for teenagers over 40! A GENERATION RIPE listener is someone who thinks of their age as an asset, not a liability. We are older people with young souls or younger people with old souls. We are a tribe of curious creatives who still embrace new experiences and aren’t afraid of taking risks. Whatever happens, good or bad, at least we’ll learn something new and get a good story out of it. If you’re lucky enough to have your bestie by your side to cheer you on, even better. Co-hosted b ...
 
As a classic rock enthusiast (even though I was born in the mid-1990s), I discuss my favorite albums that were released 10-20 years before I was born and give my ranking of the songs on the album. I have also included Extended Podcasts, which include autobiography reviews, concert reviews, movie reviews, games, and more! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dorneysvinyl/support
 
Eric Davis is a former Pro Bowl and Super Bowl-winning defensive back with the San Francisco 49ers. Spending 13 years in the NFL, Davis was a member of a legendary Niners squad in the 1990s. Davis brings his football expertise and broadcasting background to covering the 49ers alongside Rahshaun Haylock. Tune in for a unique perspective on one of the most storied franchises in the NFL.
 
Generation X. If you grew up in the 1970s, 1980s, and early 1990s, you know just how cool it was to be a kid back then. We had the greatest music, movies, games, technology, and pop culture of any generation, and though we've grown older, we have refused to outgrow our love of everything GenX. GenXGrownUp looks at yesterday and today through the eyes of Generation X'ers who have refused to grow up!
 
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Duncan Stone argues that classism and racism have held back England’s summer sport for decades Duncan Stone talks to Spencer Mizen about cricket’s history of elitism – a story that, he contends, has long seen the rich and powerful dominate the sport’s evolution and image. (Ad) Duncan Stone is the author of Different Class: The Untold Story of Engli…
 
Welcome back to another all-new episode of the adults-only retro game show where the decades battle for supremacy! This week in a very special episode, we bring you a comedy-themed duel. Marc James jumps on stage with the sauciest selections from 1978. Chucky Ballzak returns to the show with the best comedy offerings of 1988 and The Media King of t…
 
We finally find out that "bird," is not, in fact, the word. Episode Rating: unanimous "ALPHANUMERIC!" ***Siege's audio is garbage this episode because of Windows device bullshit. Sincerest apologies*** Subscribe to the Lazor Comb Patreon to access hours of bonus preamble audio, exclusive shows like LAZOR COMB TONIGHT!, our monthly movie commentary …
 
Many '80s babies first met xenomorphs in 1986's "Aliens," but there just something special about the 1979 Ridley Scott masterpiece that started it all. It's more suspenseful, more thought-provoking, more groundbreaking. That doesn't mean we can't laugh at it. Face it: Mother is just a room of blinky lights, the ovamorphs look like lady parts, the c…
 
John talks to Richard Justice, formerly of the Washington Post and longtime sports radio host Andy Pollin sharing memories of covering the greatest team in Washington Football history. Download the DraftKings Sportsbook app now, use promo code KEIM, and get FIFTY SIX TO ONE ODDS on any NFL team. Bet just FIVE DOLLARS and win TWO HUNDRED EIGHTY IN F…
 
Dan Jones takes listeners on a journey through early medieval Europe, beginning with the Roman empire in a state of collapse, rocked by a changing climate and mass migration. He speaks to David Musgrove about the superpowers that emerged in Rome’s wake: the so-called “barbarian” realms that laid the foundations for the European kingdoms, the state …
 
For the AMAZING 30th interview of The Wizard Files, Adam & Steven are swinging back in time to get some SPECTACULAR stories from Jerry Colpitts, the official costumed Spider-Man for Marvel Comics from 1978-2001! Learn how Jerry spun a WEB of joy across the world for 23 years with Stan Lee and many others in this heartwarming interview. ★ Support th…
 
Welcome to CRITICALLY RECLAIMED, where film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold catch up on older movies one or both of them have never seen before, as chosen by YOU, our listeners! This week on CRITICALLY RECLAIMED, Bibbs and Witney introduce you to an invisible 6 foot tall rabbit named HARVEY! Is he real? Is he imaginary? Is he an elabora…
 
John talks to Nicki Jhabvala of the Washington Post to discuss the transition to the new name and longevity fans can expect from this still new business operations team plus a look at all the issues Ron Rivera will be facing on the field heading into year 3. Download the DraftKings Sportsbook app now, use promo code KEIM, and get FIFTY SIX TO ONE O…
 
Martin Sixsmith speaks to Ellie Cawthorne about his book The War of Nerves, which explores the role of psychology in the Cold War, from propaganda and paranoia to a divided mindset and unpredictable decisions made by unstable leaders. (Ad) Martin Sixsmith is the author of The War of Nerves: Inside the Cold War Mind (Profile Books, 2021). Buy it now…
 
Pack your bags once again, Goosebuddies! Paul, Chad, and Kevin head to R.L. Stine's Goosebumps 2000 story Fright Camp; a poorly run summer event hosted by legendary director (and likely R.L. Stine self-insert) R. B. Farraday! Farraday's frights include sexual kappas, shooting gorillas, and vomit balloons. How does this story stack up compared to ot…
 
#8 on this episode we find out,as the weather eased into autumn what september had in store for us Please like, share and subscribe . Support This Podcast https://anchor.fm/nickyk . Where to follow me Tiktok.com/@nickyknickson . Twitter - https://twitter.com/BeyondAstroK1 . Instagram @beyondastro _k @Diaryofaneworld . Buy me a coffee to support my …
 
Here we are for episode 503! This time Paul harks back to the many sleepovers that he had at friend's houses back in the 90s; we even have one of the people who used to put up with his snores back then and lived to tell the tale. We also have some Sutton Park clips from the Summer of 1996 which follows on from our previous footage from the show! Ou…
 
Were the twenties really “roaring”? If so, who actually experienced the best of the era? And were the parties really as debauched as popular culture suggests? Speaking with Emily Briffett, historian Sarah Churchwell answers listener questions about life in the United States during the 1920s. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information…
 
Bibbs and Witney read emails from listeners who sent us drinky birds and beautiful watercolors, presented their favorite movie insults, take us to task for all the great movies based on TV shows that we forgot, and want to know all about the Criterion collection! Email us at letters@criticallyacclaimed.net, so we can read your correspondence and an…
 
Full episode: https://bit.ly/3KuRftm Our Masta Ace interview: https://bit.ly/3i8TF2w This week the patrons asked for a Hidden Gem album review from the 90s…and picked out Masta Ace’s 1993 cult classic ‘SlaughtaHouse’ 🔥 Hit us up with your takes on the album, Masta Ace himself and definitely your favourite lyrics from the album...and please help spr…
 
In 2009, Boko Haram, a small Islamist group, launched an insurgency in the north eastern Nigerian city of Maiduguri. The conflict would eventually force hundreds of thousands from their homes, and leave tens of thousands dead. We hear a witness account of how the violence started. Plus, this past week Americans have been observing the Martin Luther…
 
How can we reconstruct the experiences of enslaved people? Historian Shaun Wallace speaks to Ellie Cawthorne about his work on the Fugitive Slave Database, which uses newspaper adverts for fugitive enslaved people from the American South to reconstruct the stories of those who escaped from slavery. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out info…
 
Jason Connell has two-time Oscar-nominated editor Bud S. Smith (The Exorcist, The Karate Kid, To Live and Die in L.A.) on the show. They discuss working with some legendary directors (William Friedkin, John G. Avildsen, Sam Raimi), as well as producing, directing, and much more. Recorded: 01-21-22 & 12-17-20 Studio: Just Curious Media https://www.J…
 
Super Bowl champion Eric Davis and Rahshaun Haylock preview the Niners Divisional visit to Green Bay. Executing in the elements. Can Kyle Shanahan overthink this? How can the Niners adjust to Aaron Rodgers' quick release? E.D. recaps discussion with The Faithful. Scouting with your heart vs scouting with your head. E.D.'s Keys! Plus more!…
 
Welcome to Part 2 of my song-for-song interpretation of Exile On Main St where I provide my explanations for each selection. I wanted to think about the album differently, as if its 18 songs were 18 individual ideas that influenced thousands of future bands in sometimes not so obvious ways. Instead of the Black Crowes, Pearl Jam, and White Stripes,…
 
John answers fan questions about the the big decisions looming this offseason for the Washington Football Team. Download the DraftKings Sportsbook app now, use promo code KEIM, and get FIFTY SIX TO ONE ODDS on any NFL team. Bet just FIVE DOLLARS and win TWO HUNDRED EIGHTY IN FREE BETS if your team wins. That’s promo code KEIM for FIFTY SIX TO ONE O…
 
Here we are for episode 502! This time Toppie Smellie of The Smellcast joins Paul and Nick, with further questions about the tapezines that the gang made in the late 80s and early 90s! Cuthbert is also here to present us with some of Nick's home recordings from his youth and we also have some behind-the-scenes material that Paul recently recorded d…
 
Episode 75 and Wendi and Dfernando revisit their guest interview with Hollywood actor-turned-renown photographer Randall Slavin. Picking up a camera didn't start out as an artistic pursuit for Randall Slavin. While working a dead end job in a gas station, he wandered into a local photography studio and struck up a friendship with the owner. The own…
 
Author Robert Harris speaks to Ellie Cawthorne about Munich: The Edge of War, the new Netflix film adapted from his 2017 historical novel Munich. They discuss the real history behind the 1938 Munich conference, the challenges of reassessing Neville Chamberlain, and what it’s like seeing your book adapted for the screen. See acast.com/privacy for pr…
 
If your new year resolution is to find a personal fitness trainer to help you get into shape, this episode will help you find the right fitness professional for you. Whether you are looking for a fitness trainer to meet you at the gym, come to your home or find a virtual trainer, I have tips to help you find what you are looking for that you won’t …
 
In 1993, weatherman Phil Conners was sent on assignment to a small town in Pennsylvania. It was the fourth consecutive year that he and his crew were to report on whether or not a local celebrity would see his shadow. That’s right, in this Backtrack, we are remembering the classic Bill Murray comedy, Groundhog Day! Patreon » patreon.com/genxgrownup…
 
Every month on THE IRON LIST, the Patrons of the Critically Acclaimed Network get to pick a topic for a giant-sized episode! This month it's THE BEST MOVIES BASED ON TV SHOWS, an over 2 1/2-hour podcast dedicated to William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold's favorite films that adapt, follow or provide valuable backstory to TV series! Comedies based on …
 
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