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EPISODE 95- HONEY I SHRUNK THE KIDS

HoneyEver wonder what it would be like if your dad was kind of the worst ever, and left dangerous equipment lying around the house that almost kills you? Kids in 1989 explored that dark fantasy with Joe Johnston’s Honey, I Shrunk the Kids. It was a big hit movie at the time, and has since become ingrained in the collective pop-cultural consciousness, but how does it hold-up now? Does Rick Moranis’ science make sense? What kind of name is Anty for an ant? “French Class”, what does that mean? Is there such a thing as a Honey, I Shrunk the Kids fetish? (Follow-up comment: Ewww).

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Episode 95- HONEY I SHRUNK THE KIDS

WARNING: the podcast contains strong language and immature subject matter, please be advised.

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Episode 23- The Flinstones

Goodman, Moranis, Perkins, O’Donnell, and Elizabeth Taylor get their Bedrock on in 1994’s The Flinstones. This adaptation of the classic cartoon series was a box-office hit in its day, resulting in a prequel and oodles of product tie-ins. Does The Flinstones hold up on repeat viewings? Will Fred stop the evil Kyle MacLachlan? Who is Steven Spielrock? How many “rock” puns can you fit into a 90-minute movie? We answer these questions and more on this week’s Rerockability. I mean, Rewatchabilty

Episode 23- The Flinstones

WARNING: the podcast contains strong language and immature subject matter, please be advised.

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