Reel DMC

A podcast about movies

Flatliners (1990)

Some lines shouldn’t be crossed….and some movies probably shouldn’t have been made. Dave, Colin, and Jamie discuss Joel Schumacher’s 1990’s FLATLINERS – reds and blues, steam, and some great Kevin Bacon hair.

Vampire’s Kiss (1989)

Nicolas Cage turns into a vampire in a performance you’ll never forget…even if you want to.

Road House (1989)

The name is Dalton. The movie is Road House. Dave, Marcus, Colin and Jamie discuss the glorious 1989 cheese fest Road House.

Year in Review: 1989

It’s 1989, seize the day by grabbing a drink at the Double Deuce. Just make sure you do the right thing by making a last crusade to Stanley Spudowski’s clubhouse. Wild thing, you make my heart sing…..

Halloween (2007)

Dave, Marcus and Colin discuss Rob Zombie’s 2007 remake of Halloween, talk about its relationship to Carpenter’s original film, and discuss an alternate career possibility for Michael Myers.

Scream (1996)

Do you like scary movies? Colin, Marcus and Dave discuss Wes Craven’s SCREAM, the iconic opening, the myriad references, and the amazing lifting power of 1/2 horsepower garage door motors.

Die Hard (1988)

Colin, Dave and Marcus discuss the greatest action movie ever made. Welcome to the party pal!

Special: Dune (1984)

The sleeper has awakened! We dive into Dune—both David Lynch’s 1984 cult classic and the Frank Herbert novel.

Tango & Cash (1989)

Dave, Marcus, and Colin discuss one of the weirdest buddy cop action films of all time. Is it a comedy? A thriller? Or just an excuse for Jack Palance to sniff mice?

Homework: The Accidental Tourist (1988)

Colin and Marcus blow off their homework assignment and are headed to detention. Dave watched the movie but has no one to discuss it with…..

What to watch tonight? (Sept 11, 2020)

Colin and Dave offer some thoughts with a couple of quick recommendations, while Marcus provides some casting insights into the 80’s sitcom Growing Pains.

Our Top Five: 1988

Our top five films of 1988, plus Marcus attempts to defend his position on Young Guns………

Lockdown Cinema #12 – A Fish Called Wanda (1987)

Diamonds are stolen, fish are eaten, and running over somebody with a steamroller provides therapeutic benefits. Don’t call me stupid.

Year in Review: 1988

We’ve come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass… it’s 1988 and we’re reviewing the top movies of the year. Listen to our guilty pleasures and find some hidden gems.

What to watch tonight? (Aug 28, 2020)

Dave and Colin throw out four movie options – an exciting confluence of corporate sexual harassment, British gangsters, home invasion, and snowplow vengeance!

Should You Watch This? Young Guns (1988)

Six reasons the west was super cheesy. Somebody forgot to tell Charlie Sheen this was a period piece…….he dog, did you see the size of that chicken?

What to watch tonight? (Aug 21, 2020)

A new podcast series we are trying out on Fridays, a quick one that we’ll each pick a couple movies or shows that we like that you can stream and watch tonight.

Lockdown Cinema REVERSAL! #1 – Little Women (2019)

Mia turns the table on her Dad and makes him watch one of HER favorite movies!

You Should Watch This: Pumpkinhead (1987)

If a family member is accidentally injured, your best course of action is to summon the demon of vengeance: PUMPKINHEAD!

What to watch tonight? (Aug 14, 2020)

A new podcast series we are trying out on Fridays, a quick one that we’ll each pick a couple movies or shows that we like that you can stream and watch tonight.

Homework: The Last Emperor (1987)

Our homework assignment for 1987 was to watch Bernardo Bertolucci’s epic The Last Emperor. Winner of Best Picture and a total of nine academy awards, but a split decision on the Reel DMC podcast.

Special: The Princess Bride (1987)

The Princess Bride is our collective favorite movie of 1987. A wonderfully charming movie filled with fencing, fighting, torture, revenge, giants, monsters, chases, escapes, true love, and miracles.

Our Top Five: 1987

Ok maggots, drop your socks, it’s time for our top 5 movies for 1987! There will be laughter, tears, action, and romance and that’s just Predator!

Special: Near Dark (1987)

Kathryn Bigelow’s first directorial effort, the cast of Aliens, and some genuinely malicious vampires come together in a very fun film!

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