Episode #232: “Give ’em Hell, 54!” | Glory (1989)

When Col. Robert Gould Shaw took command of the 54th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, he likely had no idea how much the men under his command would contribute to the war and to the history of the United States. GLORY tells the story of the forming of this regiment and the struggles they faced as one of the few African American regiments at that point in the Civil War.

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Episode #201: Guilty Pleasure Movies (Part Deux)

For our 201st episode, we continue the journey into our favorite guilty pleasure movies of the 80s and beyond. Thank you to all of our listeners and followers who have been with us at any point along this ride to the 200th. Here’s to 200+ more!

View our “Guilty Pleasure” lists on Letterboxd

Guilty Pleasure Movies of the 80s and Beyond

Comfort Movies of the 80s and Beyond

Midnight Movies

Juvenile Guilty Pleasure Movies

Episode #200: Guilty Pleasure Movies

For our 200th episode, we delve into our favorite guilty pleasure movies of the 80s and beyond. Thank you to all of our listeners and followers who have been with us at any point along this ride to the 200th. Here’s to 200+ more!

View our “Guilty Pleasure” lists on Letterboxd

Guilty Pleasure Movies of the 80s and Beyond

Comfort Movies of the 80s and Beyond

Midnight Movies

Juvenile Guilty Pleasure Movies

Episode #174: “I Want To Believe” | Casablanca (1942)

Victor Laszlo believes in freedom. Ilsa believes in Victor. Rick believed in his love for Ilsa. We wanted to believe that Rick and Ilsa didn’t “get together” in that one scene because it just makes other conversations awkward later. Mostly, though, we want you to believe that the hype is real. Casablanca is one of the greatest movies ever made and we celebrate its 75th anniversary by taking a look back at this classic cinematic masterpiece.

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