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It's one of those days when it's a minute away from snowing and there's this electricity in the air, you can almost hear Filmshake, right? We're just dancing with you, talking 1999's American Beauty, like a little kid, begging you to play with it. For two hours. This is the day you might realize that this entire movie might not be as good as you re…
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Our hat is like a shark's fin, so we're covering 1999's Deep Blue Sea! There's other fish in the sea, but Barracudas ain't equal to us as we gush over Renny Harlin's direction and LL Cool J's action hero turn like blood spouting out of a gory stump. When your Titanic sinks we're the one you're gonna meet and we may rather actually watch Titanic tha…
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Every saga has a beginning and that beginning is the topic of the newest 90s Movies Podcast. Nic is joined by friend and supporter of the show, Matinee Mode, as we talk 1999s Star Wars: Episode 1 - The Phantom Menace for nearly 2.5 glorious hours, with a Jordan Courtney appearance at the end to announce the next episode (where he will return like t…
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1999s Bringing Out the Dead and End of Days in the same episode? Nicolas Cage and Arnold Schwarzenegger in THE SAME EPISODE?! Martin Scorsese and...Peter Hyams...in the same episode? Well yeah, this is Filmshake! Music Heard this Episode: "Camel Song" -- Korn "End of Days (Main Title)" -- John Debney "After Thoughts" -- Elmer Bernstein "Wrong Way" …
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In 1999, a 70-year-old Andrew Sarris spoke for the majority of critics about the Joel Schumacher-directed 8MM, when he said it "...is clearly an evil film." Well, Mr. Sarris might have been a purveyor of auteur theory, but he's also a purveyor of being wrong. 25-years-later, in a deep conversation that dissects this misunderstood Nic Cage gem like …
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You gotta lose your mind in Detroit Rock City, and we're here to help! We feel uptight on a Saturday night, the radio's the only light, and we're talking the 1999 Adam Rifkin joint about four 1978 kids who just want to see Kiss play in Detroit. But that's not all! We're also talking 1999's critically-paned cinematic revival of the 60s and 70s count…
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Get ready for the big Payback, as we're talking the 1999 Mel Gibson revenge flick, and the 2006 Director's Cut, and 1967's Point Blank, AND the book they're all adapted from, Donald E. Westlake's The Hunter, though mostly 1999's Payback, we promise! Except when we also talk about our punishment movie, 2011's The Beaver, also starring Mel Gibson, pa…
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In A Perfect World, this would have been Episode 58 instead of Baby Geniuses, but you've got us driving this time machine, so just be glad this Ford hadn't crashed just yet. Is Costner a god, great, or even a good actor? Is Clint Eastwood immortally badass or is he a not-so-secretly artsy fartsy snowflake? Or does he just want to make his day and g…
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You know what wakes me up in the middle of the night covered in a cold sweat? Knowing that you aren't any worse than anyone else in your whole screwed up generation. In the old days, you know how you got to the top? Huh? By listening to Filmshake! This episode, we're talking 1999's Golp Fiction...I mean Go, directed by Doug Liman, written by the gu…
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Just because you're paranoid doesn't mean you shouldn't listen to Filmshake because we're talking Tony Scott's prescient 1998 action-thriller, Enemy of the State. Will Smith, Gene Hackman, and a Pentagon-full of well-regarded and beloved actors star in this cinematic exploration of government overreach into private citizens' privacy, and also, Jaso…
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We're not even supposed to be here today, but that's okay because Filmshake is covering 1994's indie-classic, Clerks! You know, there's a million fine looking women in the world, but they don't all bring you lasagna at work, and neither will we, but we will provide you 90-minutes of Clerks-centric entertainment! That also includes a little bit of C…
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Oh, look. Another glorious Filmshake. Makes me sick! A virgin lit the candle, and now two men approaching middle age are talking this early 90s film made for pre-teen girls. Do we love these three VERY theatrical, Better Midler-led witches, or do we want to burn them alive in the school furnace? Wait, did you think we were talking Clerks this week?…
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NOTE: This episode was originally only for Patreon subscribers, but we've opened it up for everyone. Subscribe to our Patreon for more bonus material like this throughout the year at this link: https://www.patreon.com/filmshake * * * Two words: Nic Cage. Has there ever been two other words in the history of language that could contain the multitude…
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Note to self: listen to Filmshake! Because this episode is one tall glass of love for all things Norm McDonald, especially 1998's Dirty Work. Fat jokes, pee jokes, prison rape jokes, and dead hooker jokes. What is this, the 90s? We even manage to throw some love (one of us more than the other) at 2000's very dumb Norm-starring comedy Screwed. All y…
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It's an episode 65 Million Years In the Making, as the 90s Movies Podcast finally covers 1993's Jurassic Park, arguably the biggest movie of the 90s (all major theme parks have delays)! Join us and special guest, Chaz from Cinema Medicine Podcast, as we talk every single plot point of the film, how it reflects on the book, how it reflects on the ot…
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On the 25th anniversary of its release, the two guys who brought you phrases like "brain boners," "milady, you've got the chompers of a basset hound," and "Amy want night tickle" are here to talk 1998's critically acclaimed World War II film, Saving Private Ryan. And who better? Your gnarly boys not only breakdown the technical aspects of Steven Sp…
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"He's mean, and he'll blast through your screen!" but that's okay, you don't need a screen for Filmshake, cuz we're a podcast, and we're talking 1993's Last Action Hero on its 30th anniversary. We'll try to decide if this *DEEP BREATH* fantasy action comedy drama deserved to flop harder than Lebron James at the box office (that joke means two thing…
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It may be rainin' but there's a rainbow above you, you better let somebody love you before it's too late OR SCREW ALL THAT, WHO CARES ABOUT LOVE! LISTEN TO FILMSHAKE INSTEAD! It's the 4th of July, and we're talking 1995's Desperado, which seemed a hell of a lot cooler way back when the Eagles did their FIRST farewell tour, but now that they're on t…
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Trust no one, except for Filmshake, the 90s Movies Podcast, as this episode we're covering 1998's The X-Files, aka The X-Files: Fight the Future. Nic, a lifelong, diehard X-Phile, wants to believe that Jordan will enjoy this film, his first ever X-Files experience. Does Mulder and Scully's late 90s big screen foray hold up 25 years later? Also, eve…
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Sufferin succotash! It's 2023 and we're covering 1993's Hot Shots Part Deux, which means it's been 30 years since Charlie Sheen worked out nine hours a day for months to fire a rubber chicken from a bow and arrow. Our guest, Doug McCambridge, from Good Times Great Movies also has to come along because it's a sequel. Doug, however, only wants to pas…
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You might not fall in love with weirdos who you've only known for four or five days, who collect baseball cards, and pee when they see the ocean, and have perfect table manners, but it's perfectly fine to fall in love with Filmshake, as we're talking 1999's Brendan Fraser and Alicia Silverstone-starring romantic comedy, Blast From the Past. After y…
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Let's say you're driving along with your family. You're driving along, you're driving along, all of a sudden there's a Filmshake in the middle of the road! Holy Schneikes, we're talking 1995's Tommy Boy and 1996's Black Sheep! It might've taken us seven years to graduate, we might have eaten paint chips and lived under power lines as kids, but we'v…
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Say what? You mean Nic and Jordan don't exclusively watch 90's movies? C'mon! They're dead to me. 90's 4 life. But I guess I might as well listen to this bonus episode where they get busy each making a list of their top five 80's faves, no matter how populist or blockbustery that might shake out to be. Between all these films covered, you'd have en…
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What's this? A Best Picture nominee? How did this get in here?! This episode, just in time for St. Patrick's Day, Filmshake talks about an all-time 90's great, 1993's The Fugitive. Does it dye our river green? Does it do a Peter Pan right off our dam? Does it ride the elevated train into our hearts? Wait, who else is there with you, The Fugitive? I…
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Magnolia. Fight Club. The Matrix. Baby Geniuses? From possibly the finest year in film comes 95-minutes of cinematic spit up. 1999's Baby Geniuses defies all convention and standards of decency for so many loads of diaper gravy, Jordan and Nic can do nothing but have fun with this bizarrely poop-obsessed patron request. Speaking of babies, our two …
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The Ultimate Love/Skate Relationship might just be between Jordan and Nic, as they rather fittingly have a rather fiery argument about the 1992 romantic comedy, The Cutting Edge. One host thinks this film about bickering figure skaters who fall in love is the best romantic comedy he's ever seen, while the other just thinks it's a rambling, mediocre…
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You know, there's something very important that we need to do as soon as possible. F...ilmshake. Right before we ring in 2023, we're ringing every masked ounce out of Stanley Kubrick's 1999 swansong, Eyes Wide Shut. No dream is ever just a dream, but is this movie a masterpiece, or is every touch of perceived meticulous genius just a meticulous aes…
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Hold it right there. I knew it was you. I could smell you getting off the elevator. While you're here, check out the latest Filmshake, where we're talking 1992's Home Alone 2 for that many hours. We could go on forever, baby! Our four-flushing carcasses also talk 1997's lousy, lying, lowdown Home Alone 3 for a minute, or rather, Nic does, as he los…
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You know Filmshake. We're tall. We're kinda kinda tall. We're sorta tall. And we're like always wearing t-shirts. Sometimes. But this time, we're talking 1998's Can't Hardly Wait and Dead Man on Campus with author, Matt Pais. Matt talks his new book, Talk 90's With Me, and then we discuss these two kinda kinda shining examples of late 90's youth cu…
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Were you planning on going to the school dance this Halloween? That's lame! You should throw a party in a disgusting, abandoned morgue on the outskirts of town instead!...or you could listen to Filmshake. We're talking 1994's Night of the Demons 2, where some stupid, horny teenagers decide to throw a party in a disgusting, abandoned morgue on the o…
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The President recently declared the national pandemic over, but does he even 90s?! Doesn't he know we're just one South American spider away from an eight-legged army biting us all to oblivion? What about Motaba-infected monkeys that will always be there for you with a highly-contagious, eye-bleeding virus? Hasn't he ever watched 1990's Arachnophob…
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It's our Ninjasode! Even if we weren't a podcast where you literally can't see us, you literally wouldn't be able to see us because of the skills we learned from Jubei in 1993's Ninja Scroll, and Tone Loc and Rob Schneider in 1993's Surf Ninjas! We can throw ninja stars! We can make ourselves invisible! Wait, Jubei's actually a samurai and Tone Loc…
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Executive Orders state that you must listen to Filmshake’s new episode on 1994’s Clear and Present Danger. You must fulfill your debt of honor and listen to Jordan Courtney and Nicholas Loup discuss this Harrison Ford action flick that Nic loves with the net force of a thousand Red Octobers. Listen without remorse as they briefly discuss how 2002’s…
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Pop quiz, hotshot. There's a podcast on a bus. Once the bus goes 50 miles an hour, the podcast is armed. If it drops below 50, the podcast blows up. What do you do? WHAT DO YOU DO?! You listen to Filmshake, the 90's Movies Podcast, and their new episode on 1994's Speed, one of the greatest action movies of all time. We've got special guest, Jackson…
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Filmshake will tell YOU when we've had enough! This week, by listener request, we're covering 1995 Oscar winner, Leaving Las Vegas. We can quit whenever we want, but we're also covering 2006's Wicker Man for a minute too because the performances of Sir Nicolas Cage are an addictive substance. Officer, I promise, we're only covering two movies. Okay…
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Down on the bayou, we have a saying, "Laissez les Van Damme rouler!" Ma chérie and mon chéri , in this newest episode of Filmshake, does he! We're covering 1993's Hard Target, John Woo's ode to bullets, gumbo, and busted-up Mardi Gras floats. You got to grab the gator by the tail and listen, sha! We got cousin Jason Kleeberg from Force Five podcast…
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Here's a little something extra - "lagniappe" as we say down here in the Boot State: A bonus episode recorded for our Patreon, where Nic and I (Jordan) each pick three (or more) things we've been watching and talk about them - just cuz. It's a nice hangout/chillaxing all cool kind of time. Hope you enjoy! If you want more bonus content, check out t…
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We're back and ready to stab your ears with the sound of our sweet voices. Join us with guest, and longtime friend, Jon Peterson, as John Waters' 1994 black comedy, Serial Mom, metaphorically gives us a fruitcake and then backs right over us. To open up the episode, though, we're hard on Waters' Pecker from 1998. Huge shocker, it's not as good as S…
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Aye, fight and you may die. Run, and you'll live... at least a while. And dying in your beds, many years from now, would you be willing to trade ALL the days, from this day to that, for one chance, just one chance, to come back here and listen to Filmshake's new episode on 1995's Braveheart? We also talk about 2020's Fatman, a serious family drama …
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Solarbabies from 1986?! I thought this was a 90's Movies Podcast? Well it is, except on April 1, 2022, when we switched places with Good Times Great Movies, the 80's Movies Podcast. If you heard our last episode, on 1997's Spice World and 1992's Stop Or My Mom Will Shoot, you may have noticed GTGM's Doug and Jamie behind the microphones instead of …
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For years, listeners have been asking Filmshake, "When are you gonna cover 1997's Spice World?" Well, your Filmshake prayers have finally been answered...with a cruel April Fools twist!... because Spice World is only the opening course for our main dish, 1992's Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot. Which of these films has a worse script? Which has worse dia…
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In 1847, Martin Glynn sailed from Galway, Ireland, so that his great-great grandson, Nic, could one day honor his Irish legacy, by co-hosting a podcast focused upon the 1997 cinematic sleeper, The Matchmaker, and 2000's Leprechaun in the Hood. Why would you ever kiss the Blarney Stone for luck, when you could listen to Jordan Courtney compare a wom…
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The most well-rounded movie podcast returns with an episode that's sure to rack up accolades. Within the firm-wired support of Filmshake, Jordan and Nic use 1996's Barb Wire as a buoyant excuse to talk about the first time Nic saw a naked woman, the time ten-year-old Jordan's Dad took him to see Barb Wire, and something that Nic did in a cornfield,…
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Hey, Bra! Filmshake is poised to become the most popular podcast on Earth by taking to the sky! ...or by covering the highly underrated, should-be beloved rollerblading teen dramedy, 1993's Airborne. Can the skateboarding Jordan "rollerblades are lame" Courtney find acceptance in his heart for a movie about in-line skating? Does Nic really think th…
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Merry Christmas/Happy Hanukkah/Blessed non-religious secular holiday celebration! Our gift to you is a two-hour long Batman Returns episode! What present could be better than the ultimate Filmshake experience, where Nic essentially equates a 1992 film where the lead character dresses like a bat and another dresses in a leather catsuit with the best…
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Stardate...2021...Jordan Courtney and Nicholas Loup watch 1991's...Star Trek VI...The Undiscovered Country. One of the two is a Trekkie, but the other...just...doesn't...care. Beam yourself up to some classic Filmshake goodness, even if you don't know the difference between a Klingon and a Klingoff. Also, set phasers to soft, gauzy lighting because…
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Here's the sitch: this episode, Filmshake's covering 1992's Buffy the Vampire Slayer...the movie, not the TV show, NIC! To kick things off, Nic reports on his punishment film, the 1993 Cory Haim comedy Just One of the Girls, where Haim dresses up like a cheerleader to evade his high school bullies. We then naturally segue into more cheerleading and…
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Ready for your deadtime story? It's Halloween, so of corpse we're covering some horror flicks. This slime, it's the two Tales From the Crypt Presents films, 1995's Demon Knight and 1996's Bordello of Blood. To chop it off, we've got an episode-ending trivia battle, featuring two special pests. This is an episode you won't want tomb miss! Music feat…
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If you're starving for some 90's Movies goodness, Filmshake's full of forbidden delights. The main course this episode is Antonia Bird's slab of delicious 1999 cannibal goodness, Ravenous. Gorge yourself upon our dulcet tones, as we welcome Reel Talk's Wes Jones to our bacchanalian cinematic feast. Chew on the tender flesh of our opening segment ap…
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