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Let’s Rewatch is an irreverent comedy movie review show where film industry pros watch those movies that we loved in our youth and find out if they were actually any good. Some of us have seen them, some haven’t, but we’ll always catch you up on what you need to know before we show you how little we know. You can listen straight through, or pause the show and watch along with us if audience participation floats your boat. We won’t be able to hear you yelling about our wrong opinions, but we will read your reviews on iTunes, Google Play, or your tweets! @LetsRewatch

Aug 11, 2018

From Jimmy Shrimp, the director of Martini Ranch's acclaimed Reach music video comes: Aliens. A crew of marines is sent to an alien planet to retrieve a rare macguffin for an evil mega corporation. Will Jake Sully discover the true beauty of the alien planet, fall in love and remain in his Avatar body? Or...


Jul 27, 2018

Released in Japan in April of 1978, with 123hp, and a 2.0 L 12-valve SOHC inline-6 engine, Toyota's Supraman had the power to transport you between any two ground-based locations in luxury and comfort, given a paved road and enough unleaded fuel for the journey. Starring Christopher Reeve as the titular...


Jul 14, 2018

Goooollllldfingaaaahhhhh! It's a good thing Goldfinger's fingers weren't actually covered in gold or else he could have suffered from skin suffocation, a definitely real thing. Ay caramba! Don't have a cow man! Nobody better lay a finger on my Goldfinger! Join us as we watch Sean Connery play Darrell Hammond playing...


Jun 30, 2018

"Anything"

Okay now that that's out of the way, this week we're watching that 80's movie with the boom box. Yeah, we're all thinking of the same one... or are we??? Find out on this week's thrilling episode!

Starring Nick Brazzi, Ash Blodgett, Bret Eagleston, and Samantha Willson


Jun 20, 2018

It's time for a movie about three siblings and their friends and family played by three siblings not playing siblings. That's right, this week we watch one of Wes Anderson's most sad-isfying films, The Royal Tenenbaums. I feel like there's a missing apostrophe in that title somewhere.

Starring Nick Brazzi, Ash Blodgett,...