On this episode the guys talk about the 1989 smash hit Weekend at Bernie’s. We’ll find out just what the guys thought of this movie 26 years later. So sit back, make yourself a stiff drink (you may need it) and enjoy the return of Sean, Rob & Zerb.
We never planned to do a show on the classic saga Star Wars but with the release of the new teaser trailer for the upcoming 2015 release of episode 7 The Force Awakens we couldn’t help ourselves. The guys talk about their introduction and thoughts on the saga both original trilogy and prequels and of course their thoughts on the new teaser trailer.
On this weeks episode Sean, Rob and Zerb talk about the 1984 horror classic A Nightmare on Elm Street. Listen and find out which host almost had a deadly run in with Freddy himself.
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On this weeks episode Sean and Rob are joined by Ferg from the Atari 2600 Game by Game podcast to talk about those scary days of going back to school. So throw on your Hypercolor T-Shirt and eat that Captain Crunch but don’t be late for the first day back.
Thanks to Zerbinator himself for the awesome intro and closing music. check out Kevin’s Summer Memories album for some more great music from Zerbitron!
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.