Movie nerd and anniversary celebrator Mark J. Parker brings a friend on each episode to discuss movies (and sometimes TV shows and music) that are hitting milestone anniversaries of release that month. Think 20th anniversary, 25th, 30th, 40th, 50th, 60th, 70th, 75th, you get it! They'll dive in together, discussing fun facts, memorable moments, and what makes these movies worth a rewind all these years later. Let's get nostalgic! The podcast logo is created by Greg Clements. The theme song i ...
We watched 1951's A Place In The Sun and now we are confused how a photographer got that picture of the boat?!?!
Mark has 2 friends on the show for Episode 2! His movie-obsessed pals C.C. Webster and Jason Kashiwagi join him on a trip back to the grungy and angsty 90s to discuss October 1995 releases To Die For and Empire Records. Jason loves female characters on the verge, while C.C. is on the verge of remaking Empire Records as a TV show.…
We watched 1935's Bride Of Frankenstein and now we are really questioning why Henry installed that lever?
Mark has friend and fellow scary movie lover Jeff Bugajski join him in a lively discussion about the classic thrillers Psycho (1960) and Seven (1995). Jeff talks about how he sometimes pretends to be Janet Leigh's character while taking showers and packing, and shows Mark his ticket stub collection.
Dive into different movies (and sometimes TV shows and music) of the past in new podcast Release Date Rewind, starting late September 2020. As memorable movies celebrate milestone anniversaries of release each month, host Mark J. Parker and his friends will discuss them and why they're worth a rewind all these years later.…
We watched 1947's Out Of The Past and now we must remember to invite Jeff and Kathie to summer with us in the Hamptons.
We watched 1951's The African Queen with guest Paxton Holley from the I Read Movies Podcast and now we just want to say no more Hippo Honks Allnut!
We watched 1982's E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial and now we are convinced that E.T. was left on purpose.
We watched 1931's The Public Enemy and now we are totally going to steal Tom Power's signature punch move.
We watched 1969's Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid and now all we want to do is badda badda ba ba baaaaa!
We watched 1962's The Manchurian Candidate with Russell Guest from The Retro Movie Roundtable Podcast and now we never, EVER want to hear the word loveable again.
Andrew and Michael are joined by pal Mike Westfall from the Advent Calendar House Podcast as they try to recast Die Hard.
We watched 1945's Mildred Pierce and now we just want to remind Wally that you PULL THE DOOR OPEN!
We watched 1965's The Sound Of Music with guest author Joe Jordan and now we will only fall into line via a whistle.
We watched 1939's The Wizard Of Oz and now we just want to avoid Munchkinland at all costs.
We watched 1947's The Bishop's Wife with pal Jeff Somogyi and now we are convinced that the Christmas Creep is a demon!
We watched 1950's Father Of The Bride and now we discovered Andrew really, really, really enjoys the Steve Martin one.
We watched 1948's Abbott And Costello Meet Frankenstein and now all we want to do is insure the Wolfman doesn't make any of our plans.
We watched 1975's Jaws with guest Erik Martin from the Cineversary Podcast and now all we want to do is hang out in Quint's fortress of sharkitude.
We watched 1934's It Happened One Night and now all we want to do is constantly exclaim...OH YEAH!?!?
We watched 1966's Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf? and now all we want to do is play the drinking game Who Can Keep Up With Virginia Woolf?
We watched 1926's The General and now all we want to do is scream STUNT FEST, JOKE FEST!
We watched 1959's North By Northwest and now we are only focused on how much shaving cream Cary Grant uses.
Andrew and Michael are joined by pal Evan Hanson as they try to recast Airplane!
We watched 1976's Taxi Driver with one of our Patreon supporters Brad Peterson and now we never want to hear that saxophone again.
We watched 1937's Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs and now all we want to do is casually break into your cottage deep in the woods.
We watched 1976's Rocky with guest Christian Nielsen from the Pop Culture Retrofit Podcast and now we just want to cross the street if we see Rocky coming to avoid the small talk.