We have super talented actor and cinephile, Andrew Warner, join Caitlin and Calvin to talk “The Money Pit”. Highlights include Andrew’s rendition of the pizza song , Caitlin’s poltergeist theory, and the brilliance of the maestro.
Get ready for a spook-tacular episode! Cinestalgia has funny man, Ed O’Connell, talk about “Addams Family Values”. Ed teaches Caitlin and Calvin about how to best make a first impression, they talk baby Rube Goldberg machines and songs about celebrating corn.
This episode is a doozy! We have the lovely actress, dear friend, and dog owner, Amanda Ratti! She joins Caitlin and Calvin on an incredible journey through “Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey”. We talk about the kindness of birdwatchers, Amanda’s deep connection to the film’s land, and the horrible things dogs love to eat.
Here’s an episode you don’t want to miss. We have a guest that you would want to create a podcast for so you could have him as a guest, Lui Vega! Calvin and Caitlin join him in talking about Space Jam and more specifically how toons and humans coexist, the undeniable appeal of Patrick Ewing, and crushes on Lola bunny.
Romance ahoy! This week we bring you a special mini Valentine’s Day episode where Calvin and Caitlin reminisce about the movie that helped bring them together, Muppet Treasure Island. Join them as they discuss their death preferences, the overwhelming power of Tim Curry, and so much more!
Get sucked in this week with the wonderful and talented Marty Scanlon who invites us to revisit “Jumanji”. The crew discusses childhood crushes, satisfying mud walls, the cruelest homeless character ever.
Come dive into a brand new episode with the captivating and effervescent Aileen Clark! The gang discusses hot topics like Aileen’s incredible theory of why humans want to be mermaids, African goddess Yemaya, and gifting public fountains.
Hiiiiii-yaaa! Comedy darling Zach Cherry gives us the gift of revisiting “3 Ninjas”. We gab about ninja code, the power of jelly beans, and slam dunks from the free throw line.
Comedy triple threat, John Purcell, joins Calvin and Caitlin to break down Nickelodeon’s first movie: “Harriet the Spy”. Hear all about John’s spy days in Ireland, Rosie O’Donnell as 90’s Mary Poppins, and the plight of the boy with purple socks.
The very smart and very funny Nicole Silverberg brings back a movie that stole our hearts: “Babe”. Listen in as Calvin, Caitlin, and Nicole discuss a bizarrely meddlesome duck, the evils of dog bullying, and the life-saving properties of the Irish jig.