Nick as he teams up with renowned film critics Erik Childress and Steve Prokopy to review the latest movies, including the bloody vampire comedy “Renfield” starring Nicolas Cage and the mob farce “Mafia Mamma” with Toni Collette. They also give you a sneak peek of the “Crackjack Compass: The Works of Robert Zemeckis” festival, which celebrates the extraordinary works of the famous filmmaker, including the “Back to the Future” trilogy, “Forrest Gump,” “Who Framed Roger Rabbit,” “Contact,” “Cast Away,” “Romancing the Stone,” and the hilarious “Used Cars.” The Music Box Theatre will screen all these films as part of the fest.
Later, Esmeralda Leon and Nick map out their globe-trotting adventure to follow Michael Bolton, reminisce about the cringe-worthy 80s fashion trends (like feathered hair, rat tails, unfortunate mustaches, tight designer jeans, and excessive hairspray), and uncover the surprising historical roots of the Mullet, tracing back to the time of the Iliad. Don’t miss this entertaining and educational episode! [EP132]
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