Here is our archive of past episodes!
On the first episode of Cinemastalgia, your hosts Dave and Warwick enter the Danger Zone as we discuss the Tony Scott classic, Top Gun: The Sexual Awakening of Michael Bay. This movie was Dave’s pick, and the guys discuss its awful gender politics, hot jeans beach volleyball, and how many times is too many to listen to Kenny Loggins. Let us take your breath away as we look back at this ’80s masterpiece.
Welcome back for Episode 2 of Cinemastalgia, where we dig deep into the future dystopia that is the Sylvester Stallone/Wesley Snipes action flick Demolition Man: The Mystery of the Three Seashells. Warwick chose the movie for this episode, where the guys talk about Taco Bell being the restaurant of the future, and the logistical nightmare of life in the future of San Angeles. Meanwhile, Denis Leary does his best Denis Leary impersonation, Sandra Bullock continues to hone the driving skills she learned in Speed, and we contemplate the nightmare of engaging in the “hunka chunka” with Sly.
Welcome back for another episode of Cinemastalgia! This time, the guys will be chatting about The Dark Crystal: MMMMMMHMMHM (imagine that in a creepy Chamberlain voice), an 80s puppet classic directed by Jim Henson and Frank Oz. As an added bonus, we’re joined by our first special guest, Nicole Keating, Executive Producer of Fake Geek Girl Productions (www.fggpeeps.com) and co-host of the Rude Tudors renaissance history podcast (www.RudeTudors.com). Enjoy, as we dish out a whole bunch of hot takes, talk about how male Gelflings are just the worst while the females rock, and dive way too deep into puppet bathroom habits. Mmmmmmhmmhm!
Greetings listeners! Dave and Warwick are here for another installment of Cinemastalgia, and this time we tackle the late-80s animated film, All Dogs Go To Heaven: But They Probably Shouldn’t. Directed by Don Bluth and Gary Goldman, and featuring the voice talents of Burt Reynolds, Dom DeLuise, and Judith Barsi, this movie… well, let’s just say woof. Pun intended. Seriously though, YMMV, but this one was a rough ride, folks. Join us as we discuss Don Bluth’s penchant for scaring the hell out of children, how all dogs apparently do is gamble and drink, why no one should ever let Burt Reynolds sing, the amazing fact that they didn’t get sued by Disney, and how dog heaven is completely fucked up, man!
Hi everyone! After a holiday hiatus, Cinemastalgia is back to take you through the Arnold Schwarzenegger classic, Commando: Terms of Enrampagement. Released in 1985, this movie, starring the Governator, was directed by Mark L. Lester, and also features the talents of Rae Dawn Chong, Alyssa Milano, Vernon Wells, Bill Duke, and David Patrick Kelly. Join Dave and Warwick on an odyssey of so many Arnold one-liners, the main character probably being a genetically-engineered super-soldier, and the complete silliness of a covert operative being named John Matrix… just… what?… Matrix? Is that even a name?