Alex is the Power Rangers™ fountain of knowledge. He gives us the inside-scoop on all the colours (even the white/green one). Then we comment on the special effects, the goo, the toxic ooze and the mat paintings.
There was a time when ugly Christmas sweaters, were just called Christmas sweaters. When, Tim Allen had the #1 sitcom on TV and the #1 movie in the box office at the same time. When, divorced parents existed in harmony. And, when, Christmas was more about giving than getting. Join us for Christmas laughs, bring the eggnog.
Part 3 with more Dale action! Only, 49.99$ in three colours. Available now at these local retailers. You can find Arthur book's and lots of other books too at your local library. Follow your nose on this episode R90C.
Another very quick, Quick Hits. We watch Bill Nye talk about germs! Considering the current global situation, everyone should be watching that classic episode of television history, Back with more very soon. We
Our very first Quick Hits! We watched some 90's commercials. They didn't age well at all. We then watched some 2021 commercials. Now I want Barbie dolls, cat food , soap operas and fast food for some reason. Does gum stay in you for 7 years? Snopes.com. I still want to buy into the Columbia House scam. Did you have a Sega? Find out this episode!
Episode 36 and we tried our darnedest to watch this movie. It's meander-y and confusing, but, you get to see Robin William in the nude and Q, Niles Crane and Jeff Bridges in the same scene together. So 90's!
We talk self-inflicted Dutch Oven's, Playmate abuse, The Juice, Rugrats, South Park and #DeflateGate. We also invent fart escaping pants, discover a new turkey recipe and watch a sports movie. Listen below. Click play. Do it.
Here's a wordcloud for episode 27 (remember those?) low-budget, horror, cult classic, film, 90s, commentary, nostalgia, best-friends, podcast, movie discussion, Space Quest, Tim Allen, Sigourney, Alan Rickman, actors, home improvement, 1999.
Another VHSRip and CANCON production on this episode of Refined 90's Cinema. This dollar store bin movie actually has a half-way decent beginning. In the credit sequence, there is a special Kroeger surprise. Listen to find out!
We watch Men in Black. Aliens, Coffee, Chinese Food. If you made it to the end of this episode, you get a gold star and a pitcher of Sunny D. We get the Fresh Prince and order some delicious Chinese food on this episode of Refined 90's Cinema. What's your favourite dish?
This psychological thriller has us tongue-tied and our brains turned into mush. We really struggled with this one. I mean, what is the point? Why didn't they consider another ending? Why is this movies plot dependant on it's suspenseful music? "What? I don't. What?!?"
We begin this episode with Black Mirror, Prime Ministers and Elijah's audition tapes. This movie is terrifying. Henrycully is a masterful actor in this movie. He probably killed his own brother and starts torturing and killing animals.
Kenan and Kel tear it up in another 90's era orange VHS. I wonder if there were orange Betamax tapes? Anyhoozle, there was definitely a air of burgers on this episode of Refined 90's Cinema. Nickelodeon continues!
Probably our favourite movie yet !?! You wanna know? You gotta go (listen... to Refined 90's Cinema). Long story short, a bearded man and Dr. "The Goot" fight for the affections of a young princess. They aren't even dwarves!
Get ready for some freaky dentistry. Did we mention the pool boy? Check your dentist's reviews before going for a check-up. Refined 90's Cinema. #Podcast #IsThisThingOn #GottaLearnMoreAboutFederatedMedia
Man, Castopod sure is a wonderful project. The interface is so nice and clean. And, I have the satisfaction of knowing that I'm hosting it all on my own. Actually, I'm using a Linode!
Thanks, Jupiter Broadcasting for the Linode plugs. Enjoy episode 9 everyone!
In a science experiment gone wrong, best-friends Bud and Doyle get up to crazy hijinks in a sealed greenhouse for a year. You'll need to protect yourself from the urinal splash-back. A Pauly Shore classic, get ready for farts, mooning, and refined laughter.
Our first, in a trio of buddy-comedies, grab a Slurpee for 1996's Bio-Dome with Refined 90's Cinema. This raunchy nostalgic romp reminds us of the true meaning of friendship, mainly, cheezies and beer.
Beethoven from 1992!
He's a big, slobbering, hero dog. We debate about whether we found Rimshot from Ernest in this movie too. Bonnie Hunt and Charles Grodin (who only have sex on Saturday's) star as the likeable foils to the evil power couple who are trying to unfairly take over his air freshener company.