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Yet another movie podcast...but this one is the best. (of course!) We come up with brilliant movie questions and interview film buffs. Check us out!

Yet another movie podcast...but this one is the best. (of course!) We come up with brilliant movie questions and interview film buffs. Check us out!


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Yet another movie podcast...but this one is the best. (of course!) We come up with brilliant movie questions and interview film buffs. Check us out!




Episode 313 - That’s My Boy (2012)

In his raunchiest comedy (yes, really!) Adam Sandler stars as a derelict father trying to re-connect with his estranged son (Andy Samberg). Co-starring Leighton Meester, Vanilla Ice, James Caan, Milo Ventimiglia, Tony Orlando, Will Forte, Rachel Dratch, Nick Swardson, Ana Gasteyer, and Susan Sarandon.


Episode 312 - What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962)

The infamous psychological thriller starring Bette Davis and Joan Crawford together for the only time in their long, storied careers. Co-starring Victor Buono and directed by Robert Aldrich.


Episode 311 - Suspect (1987)

Cher stars as an overworked public defender who gets more than she bargained for on a murder case when a juror (Dennis Quaid) does his own investigating, which leads to jury tampering. Co-starring Liam Neeson, John Mahoney and Joe Mantegna.


Episode 310 - St. Ives (1976)

Charles Bronson stars as a crime reporter hired by an eccentric millionaire (John Houseman) to recover five stolen ledgers for him. Co-starring Jacqueline Bisset and directed by J. Lee Thompson.


Episode 309 - Some Kind of Wonderful (1987)

One of the often overlooked gems written by John Hughes and the natural alternate reality of Pretty in Pink. Starring Eric Stoltz, Mary Stuart Masterson, Lea Thompson, John Ashton, Craig Sheffer, and Elias Koteas. Directed by Howard Deutch.


Episode 308 - Up in Smoke (1978)

The first hilarious film starring Cheech & Chong, which laid the groundwork for every other stoner movie to be made. Co-starring Tom Skerritt, Stacy Keach, and Strother Martin.


Episode 307 - Silver Streak (1976)

With definite nods to "North By Northwest", Gene Wilder stars in this comedy-mystery about a book editor trying to convince the authorities about the death of famous author that occurred on a passenger train. Co-starring Richard Pryor and Jill Clayburgh.


Episode 306 - Serpico (1973)

Al Pacino shines as NYPD cop Frank Serpico. A true story based on the efforts of an honest cop trying to expose the corruption that ran rampant in the New York police force in the 1960s. Directed by Sidney Lumet.


Episode 305 - The Lady Eve (1941)

A terrific screwball comedy about a father (Charles Coburn) and daughter (Barbara Stanwyck) con-artist duo who attempt to swindle a wealthy, but very naive snake expert (Henry Fonda). Written and directed by Preston Sturges.


Episode 304 - Say Anything... (1989)

One of the most beloved romantic comedies of the 1980s (or any era) about a quirky kickboxer (John Cusack) and his pursuit of his longtime crush (Ione Skye). Co-starring John Mahoney and Lili Taylor. Written and directed by Cameron Crowe.


Episode 303 - Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion (1997)

Two goofy lifelong friends decide to go on a road trip to attend their high school reunion in this very funny 1980s-themed buddy comedy. Starring Mira Sorvino, Lisa Kudrow, Janeane Garofalo and Alan Cumming.


Episode 302 - Repo Man (1984)

The epitome of a cult classic about a ragtag group of car repossessors, set to the soundtrack of the early 80s Los Angeles punk music scene. Starring Emilio Estevez, Harry Dean Stanton, Tracey Walter, Sy Richardson, Olivia Barash, and Fox Harris.


Episode 301 - The Wizard of Oz discussion

We've covered the fun facts about this classic film in the previous episode. For this episode, we hearken back to the original format of DGMM where we interview many past guests about their experiences with The Wizard of Oz.


Episode 300 - The Wizard of Oz (1939)

Congrats to us for hitting 300 episodes! To celebrate, we cover all the terrific facts for what is often considered the greatest film of all-time. Starring Judy Garland, Margaret Hamilton, Frank Morgan, Ray Bolger, Jack Haley, and Bert Lahr.


Episode 299 - Raging Bull (1980)

One of the greatest boxing films in history, along with being one of the upper echelon films in the storied legacy of both Robert De Niro and Martin Scorsese covering the troubled life of boxer Jake LaMotta. Co-starring Joe Pesci and Cathy Moriarty.


Episode 298 - The Hollywood Knights (1980)

A wild and raunchy comedy starring Robert Wuhl as the leader of a drag-racing club looking to have one more night of debaucherous fun before their hangout is torn down. (Think American Graffiti meets Porky's!) Co-starring Fran Drescher, Michelle Pfeiffer, Tony Danza, and Stuart Pankin.


Episode 297 - Picnic (1955)

A soap opera-type drama starring William Holden as a once popular football player, now a lowly drifter looking to start over. However, his troubled past catches up with him again in a tiny Kansas town. Co-starring Kim Novak, Rosalind Russell and Cliff Robertson.


Episode 296 - The Presidio (1988)

The military police led by Sean Connery partners up (begrudgingly!) with a San Francisco detective (Mark Harmon) to find the killer of a military police officer. Co-starring Meg Ryan and Jack Warden.


Episode 295 - Ira Belfer (Owner of Captain Video)

Since 1985, Captain Video has been a video rental mainstay of the San Francisco Bay Area and is one of the last remaining traditional video stores still operating in the United States. Ira looks back on the early days of the home video rental business and how he started, along with what keeps him going in the present day of modern technology. If you're ever in the San Francisco Bay Area and still love collecting or renting movies or simply want to experience a blast from the past, stop in...


Episode 294 - The Out-of-Towners (1970)

Jack Lemmon and Sandy Dennis have the trip from hell where anything that can go wrong, does go wrong! Screenplay written by Neil Simon. Remade in 1999 with Steve Martin and Goldie Hawn.