In a very special holiday episode, we cover a fantasy we can really get behind. If all you want out of life is more Michael Keaton, Multiplicity has it all. Join us as we watch a man repair his personal and professional lives, by skipping them. Also, Andie MacDowell gets hers.. and then some.
In this episode we interrogate the tastes of 1982 America. There are no answers to be found. You know what, movie? I’m glad Arnold kicked your ass all the way out of the public consciousness. Richard Moll and the makeup effects team were putting stellar work though…
It’s request night, folks. We’re watching Last Starfighter and it’s shockingly solid. I’m as surprised as you are. To be honest, I’m just happy to no longer be living in a world where eXistenZ is the best video game movie I’ve ever seen.
Usually we like to keep things positive and watch the movies we love for the show, but this week Amelie was feeling punchy. This time around we’re watching 1992’s off-brand Universal monster knock off, Memoirs of an Invisible Man. It’s not good, but it does have Sam Neill. Sometimes that’s enough.
This time we’re taking it off-road again with a movie we’ve never seen before, Time After Time. If this movie is to be believed, a date with ’70s era Mary Steenbergen is EXACTLY as much fun as it sounds like. Did you ever watch Se7en and think, “This is great and all, but I wish it had more of a Bullwhip Griffin vibe.” If so, have I got a movie for you.