An introduction to the "Best Podcasts About 80s Blockbusters" playlist, which includes episodes on some of the most genre-defining cult classics in film history.
Film writer Vince Leo dives into some little known factoids about how Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Ark came to be, including who might've been tapped to play Harrison Ford's iconic role early on.
Nathan Blackwell and Krissy Lenz reframe E.T. Extra-Terrestrial as a "sad movie" and discuss why moms in the 80s never seemed to pay attention to their kids.
Host Jamie Logie flexes some serious movie buff knowledge in this rapid-fire round-up of Ghostbusters trivia.
Film writer Vince Leo shares some of the unlikely actors that were considered to play the roles of Terminator and Kyle Reese.
Nathan Blackwell, Krissy Lenz and special guest Professor Shaina Hammerman discuss how John Hughes' first film fits into the context of today's #MeToo movement.
Hosts Charlie and Amanda delve into the death of the Brat Pack genre with their guests Joe, Jack, and Taylor from the Nerd Alert podcast.
JD and J-Dog discuss the original name for Back to the Future and ponder what the first time travel device might have been before the famous DeLorean was chosen.
Mother-daughter hosts and film analysts Tara McNamara (Gen X) and Riley Roberts (Gen Z) discuss whether or not Ferris Bueller is a good friend to his sidekick, Cameron.
Hosts Dick, Gene, and Ashley evaluate Elizabeth Schue's initial love interest in the iconic teen comedy Adventures in Babysitting.
With special guest Connor Cook, Anna and Derek chat about the merits of Michael Keaton's minimal screen-time in Tim Burton's horror-comedy classic Beetlejuice.
Spearsy, B-Rad, and Dave Dirt share their favorite musical moments from the goofy comedy Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure.
The Empire Strikes Back continues the Star Wars saga in exciting fashion— the Rebels are driven from their secret base to another on an ice planet called Hoth and some startling revelations occur when Luke and Vader meet face to face.