Dave Stone-Robb and Lee Heckle go slumming and discuss Sullivan’s Travels , Movie 61 on AFI’s Top 100. Directed by Preston Sturges and starring Joel McCrea and Veronica Lake. Follow us on Twitter @thereelistpod, our network @eartrumpetaudio and Lee’s podcasts @HeckleSchmidt
Next week will be our one year pod-a-versary so in honor of that and Mother’s day and the fact that Michelle and I have been busy saving the world, we are re-releasing our first episode – Mother May I Sleep With Danger
Dave Stone-Robb and Josh Mattison return to innocence and discuss American Graffiti, Movie 62 on AFI’s Top 100. Directed by George Lucas and starring Richard Dreyfus, Ron Howard, and Cindy Williams. Follow us on Twitter @thereelistpod, our network @eartrumpetaudio and Josh’s podcasts at http://revisitorspodcast.com/
After talking about it for months, we finally watch the D&D cautionary tale Mazes and Monsters starring Tom Hanks. Stephanie talks about how afraid she was of D&D when she was 9 and Michelle talks about what it means to roll a “diabetes check”. It was more fun than killing orcs.
Dave Stone-Robb and Michelle Cooper are Sitting Pretty while discussing Cabaret, Movie 63 on AFI’s Top 100. Directed by Bob Fosse and starring Liza Minnelli, Joel Grey and Michael York. Follow us on Twitter @thereelistpod, our network @eartrumpetaudio and Michelle’s podcasts @lifemarkcast @AsIfPodcast
Sometimes we struggle on deciding what movie to watch. And the sometimes we luck upon the most amazing made for TV gem. And that’s exactly what happened this week when we found Camp Cucamonga. Have you ever wondered what would happen of George Jefferson and Urkel were in the same movie? Wonder no longer as we tie a sweet little bow on the final episode of Candace Cameron Bur-April.
Dave Stone-Robb and Edwin Davies of the Shot/Reverse Shot podcast are mad as hell and they are not gonna take this anymore. Network, Movie 64 on AFI’s Top 100. Directed by Sidney Lumet and starring Faye Dunaway, Peter Finch, and William Holden. Follow us on Twitter @thereelistpod and our network @eartrumpetaudio and Edwin’s podcast @SRS_Podcast
We continue our journey through Candace Cameron Bur-April with her first role after Full House : Sharon’s Secret. Her secret is that the ending of this movie makes no sense at all.
Dave Stone-Robb and Levi Rieken make a torpedo and discuss The African Queen, Movie 65 on AFI’s Top 100. Directed by John Huston and starring Humphrey Bogart and Katherine Hepburn. Follow us on Twitter @thereelistpod and our network @eartrumpetaudio