On this weeks show (original recorded in April, I’m lazy) Sean & Rob are joined by Sean’s wife Nicole from mealymonster land to talk about the 1984 film Children of the Corn. We talk about how Sean was scared of the theme music (and still is) and Rob’s willingness to beat up kids.
We mentioned some scenes where the crew was visible in shots:
The scene when Joseph is trying to leave town through the corn field and falls a crew member is caught in the shot briefly.
When Burt and Vicky are stopped at a corner while trying to get to the next town there is a reflection of the crew in the door panel.
On this weeks episode Sean & Rob are joined again by the host of the Saturday Frights podcast and regular contributor for the Retroist blog Mr. Vic Sage. We talk about the Classic 1981 film The Incredible Shrinking Womanstarring Lily Tomlin & Charles Grodin.
On this weeks episode Sean and Rob are joined by fellow Throwback Network Podcaster Paul Nurminen (aka Nurmix) from the Intellivisionaries Podcast to talk about some of their favorite toys of years past. This weeks intro and closing music is the Intellivisionaries intro music created by Paul (Nurmix) himself.
On this weeks episode Sean & Rob are joined once again by Retroist contributor Vic Sage to talk about Christmas memories. We discuss our favorite holiday specials, Christmas music, traditions and some of our favorite childhood gifts. Thanks to everybody who has downloaded and subscribed to the podcast, we hope everyone has a safe & Merry Christmas.
On this episode Sean & Rob are rejoined by the Atari guy himself Ferg, from the Atari 2600 game by game podcast. The guys talk about some of their childhood Thanksgiving memories as well as some more recent ones. So get out the yams and bagged stuffing mix and have yourself a great Thanksgiving.
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Thanks to Pixel8 for the intro & closing music. Find more of Pixel8’s music at his soundcloud page.
And thanks to Jonathan Quayle Higgins III & the rest of the Magnum P.I crew for their Thanksgiving wishes.