August 29, 2018
At Greystoked, Michael and I are again joined by comic writer Christopher Mills as the property shifts to a new studio, returning to the hands of producer Sol Lesser, and hits the ground running as they pit Johnny's version of the hero against invading Nazis, as bitingly directed by an Austrian Jewish refugee of the still raging war. Check it out here.
August 17, 2018
August 15, 2018
July 27, 2018
July 17, 2018
At Greystoked, Michael and I are joined by prolific Tarzan author Martin Powell as our jungle hero dons a suit and hits the big city, gets into a legal battle over Boy, shrugs off Cheetah laying waste to a hotel, and oh hey, it's Elmo Lincoln! Check it out here.
July 16, 2018
At Schumacast, Angie and I are joined by noir expert Melissa Kaercher for a Joel Schumacher produced detective tv movie, where nothing much seems happen despite a batch of great talent assembled before and behind the camera, routes clash between a cautionary journalist of satanism and a descendant of Charles Darwin, Dan Hedaya is thoroughly impersonated, and Johnny Depp wants to learn about ethics. Check it out here.
June 25, 2018
Angie and I are joined by my old Remakes co-host Evie for a look at Joel Schumacher's young adult drama which helped define the Brat Pack, despite its questionable relationship choices. Also, we have a laugh at the legendary "Man in Motion" music video, and I get into Joel's unproduced take on Bright Lights, Big City. Check it out here.
June 22, 2018
June 6, 2018
Evie and I are joined by Angie (my current co-host on Schumacast) as we wrap up our thoughts on the series, share our thanks for and memories of guests we had and ones we were set to have were the series to continue. Then we move into the two major adaptations of Stephen King's debut novel, the remake of which didn't initially begin as a remake, but... we get into it. Check it out here.
May 28, 2018
Angie and I are again joined by JD for a look at Joel Schumacher's entry among the ranks of raunchy early 80s comedies, exploring the antics of a rag-tag cab company staffed by the eclectic likes of Mr T, Gary Busey, Bill Maher, the Barbarian Brothers, and a young, baby-faced Adam Baldwin. Check it out here.