In episode 120, Peter is joined by Keith for a bonus review where they give their instant reaction after watching Antoine Fuqua's Magnificent Seven. They talk about their overall non-spoiler thoughts in the first half and then get into some minor spoilers and scenes they liked in the second half.
In episode 119, Peter returns from his hiatus and interviews actor Gabriel Jarret, who listeners of the show will remember him as Mitch Taylor in Real Genius. Mr. Jarret talks about his time during the filming of the movie, working with Val Kilmer and Jon Gries, his part in Karate Kid Part III and also his time as a singer for the 90's band The Unknown! He also shares some upcoming projects of his!
In episode 117, Peter invites Jake and Tom from Jake and Tom Conquer the World (formerly known as The Drunken Dork podcast) to continue the takeover! The guys discuss the pilot of Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman and reflect on their high school days when this show originally aired. Tom also shares a story about the time he met Dean Cain!
In episode 116, Peter continues his break with the podcast takeover led by Chris Revill of the Let's Chat! with Revill and Friends Podcast! Chris is joined by Jon Bristol (Elmwood Productions), a talented man who wears many hats, one of which is being a puppeteer! They discuss the original Muppets Movie and Chris may go off on a few tangents to say the least!
In episode 115, Peter takes his first break and invites The Daily Cringe Podcast to do a takeover episode. And their movie choice, the infamously so-terrible-that-it's-good THE ROOM. They discuss why it's so bad and why people love it, and also David sprinkles in some book knowledge that has insights on the behind-the-scenes during the filming of the movie. Does listening to them talking about how awful it is intrigue you into checking it out? Let us know!
In episode 114, Peter concludes the MIGHTY DUCKS retrospective with returning guests Devin and Elizabeth. They wrap up the review with ratings and rankings of all three movies and give their opinions on which one was the best of the three. Also discussed were favorite characters, quotes and moments from the trilogy.
In episode 113, Peter is joined by returning guest host Devin from the Liquor Run Podcast/We Got Five and newcomer Elizabeth. They discuss the new additions to the Ducks team that goes on to play as Team USA for the Junior Goodwill Games. And I guess we also find out Devin knows a little more hockey than we thought.
In episode 112, Peter is joined by returning guest Devin of the The Liquor Run Podcast and We Got Five. They review the first installment of THE MIGHTY DUCKS trilogy which came out in 1992. The second half is an interview Peter conducted with actor Aaron Schwartz who played Dave Karp #11. He reflects on his time filming the movie and talks about some things that happened off camera.
In episode 111, Peter interviews Laotian-American recording artist "EraNetik". He talks about growing up in San Diego and where his love for B-boying and rapping started. He also talks about going on NBC's America's Got Talent which lead him to a stint in joining the Jabbawockeez. And to top it off, we discuss some of his favorite tv shows, which include some spoilers of AMC's The Walking Dead and also his favorite sports teams.
In episode 110, Peter is joined by a girl who is called "Frosty" of the Hara Club Radio podcast to discuss the 2016 reboot of Ghostbusters in this bonus episode! They give a non-spoiler take a rating before getting into spoilers.
In episode 109, Peter interviews actress/model/producer Madeleine Johnson who stars in the upcoming indie film The Big Day! Madeleine, a Portland native, talks about growing up in the area and what led her to pursuing a career in film.
In episode 108, Peter is joined by returning guest Seth of the Take Me to Your Reader Podcast to review Flight of the Navigator for it's 30th anniversary! Seth adds some scientific knowledge to help understand some of the scenes since Disney got it wrong.
In episode 107, Peter is joined by David of The Daily Cringe Podcast and Devin from The Liquor Run Podcast and We Got Five to discuss A Time to Kill, which is also based on the John Grisham novel. They discuss the racism depicted in the movie and give their opinions from some of the character's perspective.
In episode 106, Peter is joined by returning guest and host of War Machine vs War Horse and Original Remake, Michael Denniston. They review a favorite of Michael's and talk about a dark comedy directed by Ben Stiller and discuss stalking.
In episode 105, Peter is joined by returning guest Margo D of the Book Versus Movie Podcast! They review the 1985 classic Real Genius. Listen in as Margo discusses which three of the male characters she would "Marry, F, Kill".
In episode 104, Peter is joined by Shanna, contributor to MovieTrailerReviews.Net and ProjectFandom.com to review the Ridley Scott cult fantasy classic about a mortal woman who touches a unicorn and the hell literally freezes over. We try to make sense of the movie but end up asking more questions.
In episode 102, Peter is joined by Leonard from the Look and Listen Podcast to discuss the hip-hop comedy House Party. Since they lost their invitations to the party in Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, they instead talk about some of the messages that we as youths may not have understood.
In episode 100, Peter and Phoenix review the "other" Michael J Fox movie that came out in 1985 that wasn't about time travel. They take a look back at some of the titles that they've reviewed in the past two years and say "Thank You" to a few special people!
In episode 99, Peter is joined by return guest Devin who also hosts WE GOT FIVE. Peter does a non-spoiler review and then Devin joins in with his extremely hot takes and language in this highly anticipated installment from the Marvel Universe!
In episode 98, Peter is joined by Joshua of the Talk Toomey Podcast to talk about the 1986 BMX movie RAD. They both get into a little bit of their history of the movie and discuss things that were totally 80's.
In episode 96, Peter is joined by Margo D, of the Book Versus Movie podcast, to talk about Goldie Hawn jumping ship and getting amnesia. Kurt Russell who plays Dean takes advantage of the situation and makes her his personal slave.