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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 ...
 
Join hosts Matt, Tiny, and Mike as they talk about their love of movies and television. Each episode covers a specific topic (be it genre, trope, movie or show) and then ends with a "Potpourri" section where the hosts discuss what they've been watching lately or are looking forward to watching in the future. Past topics include Nickelodeon in the 90s, Notable Movie Theater Experiences, TV One Season Wonders, TV Dads, War Movies, Car Movies, and Teen Coming of Age Movies. The hosts also do oc ...
 
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The human world is definitely a mess, and life at the Deucecast is better than anything they got out dere... so come let us inspire you! Mikey, d$, and the vaunted and legendary icon #TwitterlessDrEarl are here to bring you the some of the most inspiring films we could find, movies that lift us up, make us happy, pump us with energy and a will to l…
 
Listener Teddy N. noticed a Richard Pryor-shaped hole in the Shat The Movies library and decided to plug it with an underappreciated classic: "Brewster's Millions." In this episode, we remember a comedic genius in his prime with a knockout supporting cast. We also find out why Big D hates the Mets, who would play a $30 million Shat on Music Festiva…
 
In this episode, Tiny, Ben, and I continue our journey through Roger Ebert’s Great Movies List. In this installment, we discuss Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey, Tarkovsky’s Solaris, and Lumet’s Dog Day Afternoon. We also pay tribute to Michael K Williams, discuss the trailer for The Matrix Resurrections, and share our thoughts on the latest Christo…
 
The greatest trick the devil ever played on mankind was giving them nostalgic feelings about Jim Carey’s The Mask. Does it hold up? Will Rich’s suggestion of watching The Mask strain their friendship past the breaking point? Are there wholly inappropriate Rodney King jokes in this movie? FIND OUT YOU BABY COWARDS.…
 
The big 5-0-0 approaches, but there are still movie discussions to be had before then! On the 497th excursion into podcast mediocrity, Dave, Mikey, and #TwitterlessDrEarl chat a bit, then get to Birthday Movies -- Sully is 5 years old! Wicker Park is 15 years old! And somehow the math is off, and The Shawshank Redemption is... 27 years old? Then, w…
 
When people think of inspirational '90s football movies, one sticks out like a very short thumb. That's why inaugural Shat on Fantasy Football League winner Stephen "Happy Harry" Jenkins decided to commission the 1993 Sean Astin hit "Rudy." Have the years made us too cynical to appreciate the story of an underdog whose greatest achievement was simp…
 
In this episode, Mike and I review CODA (currently on AppleTV+) and Candyman (currently in theaters. We also discuss the Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer and mounting MCU fatigue! Timestamps Show Start - 00:28 Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer - 12:19 CODA (2021) - 35:37 Non-Spoiler - 36:41 Spoiler - 1:04:32 Candyman (2021) - 1:16:04 Non-Spoiler - 1:1…
 
An extra bonus edition of the podcast for you this week in the shape of an episode of the Reel Britannia broadcast earlier this year. Join Talking Pictures TV Podcast host, Scott, plus guests, as they chat about Saturday Morning Pictures and The Children's Film Foundation - with a particular focus on Mr Horatio Knibbles and The Battle of Billy's Po…
 
The Deucecast Crew, including Mikey and Dave, sans #TwitterlessDrEarl (who is spending time earning his minor is podiatry instead of being on this episode) love movies and the actors in them, and felt it was high time to pay tribute to those who have since departed this Mortal Coil... and to give the proper nod to the dead and buried, the Spawn of …
 
The winner of the first Shat The Movies Fantasy Premier League season, listener Nick Cobs, chose as his prize one of the biggest "holy crap!" plot twists of the '90s: "The Usual Suspects." We all remember the iconic line-up scene and utterly addictive performances by Benicio del Toro, Kevin Spacey, Chazz Palminteri, and Stephen Baldwin (no, not you…
 
As the summer begins to hit it's last days, it's last hot, muggy, sweaty, lava surface days, the movies roll on strong for the guys of The Deucecast Movie Show -- Mikey, d$, and #TwitterlessDrEarl all bring their list of flicker shows they've feasted upon in the last month or so, and are here to review them all. A dandy of a documentary kicks it of…
 
In each of our lives, there's a singular moment when you know you've got one shot to get it right: a wedding vow, a eulogy, naming your first born. For Ash and Gene, this is that moment. "Interview with the Vampire" was the film that birthed them into the Darkness, a love letter to their sacred New Orleans, and the key to their portals of lust. But…
 
Self-proclaimed John Cusack lovers Ash and Gene were shocked when listener Scott H. commissioned "One Crazy Summer." A Cusack and Savage Steve Holland team-up we'd never seen? Yes, please! But Big D knew exactly what we were in for: 1986 was his year to shine, a year when everything was coming up Ebert, and this movie took him right back to those m…
 
The summer is winding down, the Deucecast Movie Show is headed toward 500, and another ReFlicktions is right around the corner... but first, the cherry atop the summer series. And what better way to cap off the award winning, acclaimed, BET Source Award nominated Summer Movie Series than to pick out some of the biggest roles and make it a full on, …
 
Listener Tom in Crane, Texas, had one wish this summer: Give "National Lampoon's Vacation" the Shat treatment. Shat Nation heard the call and crowdfunded this 1983 road trip classic that reminded us of traveling with our families, the first time Big D saw boobs, singing in the car, and American icon Cousin Eddie. "Vacation" is full of twists, turns…
 
It was only a matter of time before Shat The Movies was asked to provide serious commentary on a film adaptation of a John Steinbeck classic. Thanks to brothers Adam R. and Josh R., we're pitting "Of Mice and Men" against "Interview with the Vampire" in the first Shat on Literature challenge. This week, we question the wisdom of casting John Malkov…
 
The series finale of The Summer Series takes hold this week, as movies from 2015 to 2019 wrap up a look in the last fifty years of summer films. First, d$ jumps in to clarify the movie release window -- just to make sure there are no bus tread on his own sunburned by the Cancun heat back. Then, Mikey kicks off the show with #TwitterlessDrEarl and L…
 
When Steven Spielberg calls, you take the job. That explains the unbelievable cast of 1991's "Hook" and its $300 million box office take. But updating the tale of Peter Pan takes some serious thinking. Now that he's grown up, do you emphasize the nihilism and domestic horror? Or is this a silly kids movie? In this episode, Ash explains the literary…
 
Only a few weeks left in the vaunted, critically acclaimed Summer Series! This time around it's Dave and #TwitterlessDrEarl holding down the fort as Mikey misses for only the 3rd time in 492 episodes - the going rumors is that it's a muscle strain after saving the orphans from the burning building, so that's what we'll go with. As it stands, to fil…
 
Most Shat The Movies features can be summed up as “great ideas gone wrong,” but what about a terrible idea gone right? On paper, 1993’s “The Fugitive” sounds ridiculous: A vascular surgeon is sentenced to death but escapes to find his wife’s one-armed killer while diving, punching, and spying his way to freedom. But sometimes charm, practical effec…
 
A regularly scheduled break from the Summer Series as our monthly ReFlicktions episode rolls in... Mikey, d$, and #TwitterlessDrEarl serve up, recount, and review another 40 films or so, many from 2021 and found streaming, but others part of completed lists (all the Ron Howard movies) or part of a franchise (F9) or even just catching up on older mo…
 
No '80s movie library would be complete without "Red Dawn," the surprisingly violent movie that pitted American high school kids against a communist invasion, debuted the PG-13 rating, and turned Shat The Movies into a warzone. While Ash and Gene blast the laughably serious performances and meandering plot, Big D valiantly mounts a counterassault b…
 
In this “parking lot special” episode, Tiny and I review M. Night Shyamalan’s latest film, Old immediately following a theater screening of the film. Timestamps Show Start - 00:28 Our Theater Experience - 01:49 Quick Potpourri - 07:10 Old (2021) - 08:45 Non-Spoiler - 16:09 Spoiler - 32:21 Closing the Ep - 1:05:43 Patreon Clip - 1:06:27 Pre-Recorded…
 
David Essex, Vicor Mature baring his chest and lots of Hammer films. Only one place you get that kind of mix - it's Talking Pictures TV. This episode we have all of these, plus a brooding Lewis Collins and one of Laurel and Hardy's finest. Join Mel Byron and the team as they delve into the archives with the UK's favourite classic film and TV channe…
 
In this episode, Ben, and I review season 1 of Disney+’s Loki. We also discuss Werewolves Within, Summer of Soul, Bo Burnham: Inside, Master of None, and The Tomorrow War. Timestamps Show Start - 00:33 Ben’s Pig Review - 03:55 Anthony Bourdain AI Controversy - 07:38 Loki: Season 1 - 15:55 Non-Spoiler - 29:07 Spoiler - 47:39 Potpourri - 1:11:23 Matt…
 
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