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Author: Tim, Chris, Dana, Kari, and Spaz

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Nostalgia is a funny thing. Five friends discussing it is even funnier. Join us as we reflect on some of the best and worst movies from last century and rewatch them together On Second Watch. Did they get better with age? Worse? Only one way to find out...

Join Tim, Chris, Dana, Kari, and Spaz as we plunge head first into the movies we grew up on and discuss our nostalgia for them. Then, we'll watch the movie, jump back on the mics, and record our observations. We'll provide both our Nostalgia Score and Rewatch Score to see if the movie aged well, or if it should stay in last century.

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We couldn't have Chris join us for our final wrap up, so Tim and Chris sat down to talk about Chris' thoughts on rewatching Jurassic Park, awkward moments, how technology can ruin nostalgia, and some of the best thrill rides we've experienced at Universal Studios.We also discuss what might be the best scene in cinema history. Let us know if you agree.You can see all our reviews at www.oswpodcast.comSupport On Second Watch by donating, purchasing merch, or commissioning a movie for us to review at www.ko-fi.com/movieVote for us every month to land on Podcast Magazine's Hot 50 Countdown at www.oswpodcast.com/vote
Welcome to Jurassic Park! Join On Second Watch as we explore one of the greatest achievements in cinema, 1993's American science fiction adventure film, "Jurassic Park". While we agree that this movie is something special, Tim ABSOLUTELY RUINED this film for Dana and she explains why…We take a look back on some of the shows and movies that feature dinosaurs and really let Kari fangirl over Michael Crichton. Finally, join us for some Mad Libs as we brutalize this plot with some Leaky Squeaky reptiles.----------Movie DetailsWritten by Michael Crichton and David Koepp, soundtrack by John Williams, and directed by Steven SpielbergStarring Sam Neill, Laura Dern, and the legendary Jeff GoldblumBudget of $63mil, made over $1.03bil in the box officeCurrently an 8.1 on IMDb----------Huge Shout Out to Ko-fi (www.ko-fi.com) for buying us some Twizzlers for this episode! Go fund your creativity on Ko-fi and reach out if you need any help setting up your free account.Special thanks to those that shared their Dino love with us and their amazing nostalgia: The Paul and Griff show, Prime Nostalgia, 10ish Podcast, Pedestrian at Best, SNES is Life, Professor J, Cinema Recall, Not Before Coffee, and Chris BarrowFinally, our KofiShop Shout Out goes to Macchiato for downloading this episodes free wallpaper!----------Request a shout out - https://ko-fi.com/movieCommission a movie review of your choice! - https://ko-fi.com/movie/commissionsCheck out all our episodes and subscribe – www.oswpodcast.com Twitter – www.twitter.com/oswpodcast1Facebook – www.facebook.com/oswpodcastInstagram – www.instagram.com/oswpodcast
In today's episode, we ask ourselves a simple question: How would Sean Bean have died in the 2010's contemporary psychological science fiction heist action thriller, Inception. We are joined by Derek again to share each others thoughts.Join On Second Watch as we explore what role would be perfect for Sean Bean to play (Lead, Supporting, or Cameo) and share our thoughts on how that character would ultimately meet his demise.If you have a thought on this, let us know in the comments or visit www.oswpodcast.com to share your thoughts.If you'd like to join us on future episodes of HWSBHD, support us on Ko-fi and we'll schedule a recording with you - www.ko-fi.com/movieCheck out our full Inception review! https://www.oswpodcast.com/3
While we get ready for our episode covering Jurassic Park, we share what we’re thankful for, AND introduce our listeners to one of Tim’s favorite indie podcasts, “Grim Yells at a Cloud”.Grim is a comedian with a weekly podcast about his observations on the world around him. Check out a brief clip from Tim’s favorite episode. Grim’s website: www.grimyells.comSocial Media: www.twitter.com/crazydrunkenelfVote for us both for Podcast Magazine’s Hot 50 at www.oswpodcast.com/voteShare your nostalgia at www.oswpodcast.com
We finally rewatch 1993's American fantasy-comedy film, "Hocus Pocus". So many innuendos and psychopathic tendencies, I don’t see how Disney of today could get away with something like this.----------Movie DetailsWritten by Neil Cuthbert and Mick Garris, and directed by Kenny OrtegaStarring Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kathy NajimyBudget of $28mil, made over $41mil in the box officeCurrently a 6.9 on IMDb----------Request a shout out - https://ko-fi.com/movie/3Commission a movie review of your choice! - https://ko-fi.com/movie/commissionsCheck out all our episodes and subscribe – www.oswpodcast.com Twitter – www.twitter.com/oswpodcast1Facebook – www.facebook.com/oswpodcastInstagram – www.instagram.com/oswpodcast
It’s all just a bunch of Hocus Pocus! It’s the witching hour for On Second Watch as we explore what is widely considered to be THE Halloween movie, 1993's American fantasy-comedy film, "Hocus Pocus". For the first time ever, Tim is the only one that has not seen the movie we’re about to review. To make this one extra special, Dana has taken over as host!We explore the non-horror and Halloween movies that have terrifying moments, from Willy Wonka to The Brave Little Toaster, we cover all of ours and many of our listeners terrifying scenes.We continue with Mad Lib shenanigans and welcome Spaz into the sisterhood of the traveling pants. In the word’s of Bette Midler, “Tis Time!” to jump into our nostalgia…----------Movie DetailsWritten by Neil Cuthbert and Mick Garris, and directed by Kenny OrtegaStarring Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kathy NajimyBudget of $28mil, made over $41mil in the box officeCurrently a 6.9 on IMDb----------Special thanks to our sponsor, Podcorn! If you’re looking to fund your podcast by connecting with active sponsors, Podcorn is the platform for you. They are a marketplace for you to pitch your opportunities to tons of sponsors and work directly with them to share your integration. Sign up today to start funding your show: https://podcorn.com/podcasters/ Thank you to Talkin’ Shiz, Shoot the Flick, Geeksploration The Podcast, Anders Holmes, and Defining Disney for sharing their nostalgiaAnd a final thank you to Selina J, Shocked and Applaud, The Movie Cellar, Shoot the Flick, Grim Yells at a Cloud, and Ye Olde Crime Podcast for sharing their terrifying scenes with us.----------Request a shout out - https://ko-fi.com/movie/3Commission a movie review of your choice! - https://ko-fi.com/movie/commissionsCheck out all our episodes and subscribe – www.oswpodcast.com Twitter – www.twitter.com/oswpodcast1Facebook – www.facebook.com/oswpodcastInstagram – www.instagram.com/oswpodcast
In today's episode, we ask ourselves a simple question: How would Sean Bean have died in the 1995 coming-of-age teen comedy, Clueless. We are joined by Nikki to share each others thoughts.Join On Second Watch as we explore what role would be perfect for Sean Bean to play (Lead, Supporting, or Cameo) and share our thoughts on how that character would ultimately meet his demise.If you have a thought on this, let us know in the comments or visit www.oswpodcast.com to share your thoughts.If you'd like to join us on future episodes of HWSBHD, support us on Ko-fi and we'll schedule a recording with you - www.ko-fi.com/movieCheck out our Clueless review with Nikki for more 90's fun! https://www.oswpodcast.com/clueless/
Trolled by Captain Blake and the crew of the Elizabeth Dane, we managed to get our Rewatch Review of 1980’s The Fog out to the world… Has this movie aged well or has the horror movie expectation and experience changed too dramatically in 40 years?----------Movie DetailsWritten by John Carpenter and Debra Hill, and directed by John CarpenterStarring Adrienne Barbeau, Jamie Lee Curtis, Tom Atkins, Janet Leigh and Hal HolbrookBudget of $1.1mil, made over $21mil in the box officeCurrently a 6.8 on IMDb----------A huge shout out to the very generous Ben Bird Person (https://ko-fi.com/drwho42), who has now supported us TWICE in a row! You da real MVP----------Request a shout out - https://ko-fi.com/movie/3Commission a movie review of your choice! - https://ko-fi.com/movie/commissionsCheck out all our episodes and subscribe – www.oswpodcast.com Twitter – www.twitter.com/oswpodcast1Facebook – www.facebook.com/oswpodcastInstagram – www.instagram.com/oswpodcastSupport us on Ko-fi to gain access to exclusive episodes and opportunities, ad-free episodes, and a personalized shoutout.
Happy October! We are pumped for Halloween and will be celebrating all month long. While this episode is focused on our next nostalgia film, we spend a ton of time talking about our nostalgia for what makes Halloween awesome. That said, it’s finally time that we give in to Chris and watch one of his favorite horror movies, 1980's American supernatural horror thriller film, "The Fog".Tim and Dana have never seen this movie, as they rarely ever watch horror movies, but Dana doesn’t have a good experience with John Carpenter since Big Trouble in Little China.We talk everything Halloween in this episode: movies, food, baking shows, Hangry Dana, Kari the Leper, Chris’ tinder profile, Limp Bizkit… You know, all things horror…Join us in our journey of Halloween goodness as we explore this ghost story together.----------Movie DetailsWritten by John Carpenter and Debra Hill, and directed by John CarpenterStarring Adrienne Barbeau, Jamie Lee Curtis, Tom Atkins, Janet Leigh and Hal HolbrookBudget of $1.1mil, made over $21mil in the box officeCurrently a 6.8 on IMDb----------A huge shout out to the very generous Ben Bird Person (https://ko-fi.com/drwho42), Derek (who was a recent guest on #HWSBHD – The Other Guys www.oswpodcast.com/20), and the founder of Ko-fi, Nigel (www.ko-fi.com/supportkofi). You have all helped us in so many ways and we can’t thank you enough.Thank you to OfSelina (https://twitter.com/OfSelina) for sharing your nostalgia with us and we truly hope you get your revenge on your brothers! Let us know if we can help.----------Request a shout out - https://ko-fi.com/movie/3Commission a movie review of your choice! - https://ko-fi.com/movie/commissionsCheck out all our episodes and subscribe – www.oswpodcast.com Twitter – www.twitter.com/oswpodcast1Facebook – www.facebook.com/oswpodcastInstagram – www.instagram.com/oswpodcastSupport us on Ko-fi to gain access to exclusive episodes and opportunities, ad-free episodes, and a personalized shoutout.
BONUS - In today's episode, we ask ourselves a simple question: How would Sean Bean have died in the 2010 American buddy cop action comedy, The Other Guys. We are joined by listener Derek to share each others thoughts.Join On Second Watch as we explore what role would be perfect for Sean Bean to play (Lead, Supporting, or Cameo) and share our thoughts on how that character would ultimately meet his demise.If you have a thought on this, let us know in the comments or visit www.oswpodcast.com to share your thoughts.If you'd like to join us on future episodes of HWSBHD, support us on Ko-fi and we'll schedule a recording with you - www.ko-fi.com/movie
Join us as we rewatch The Other Guys and rant about how the Netflix stream is awful, acknowledge that Chris looks fantastic in a tutu and Spaz needs to wear makeup. Also in this episode is a brief clip from our new segment "How Would Sean Bean Have Died" which premieres exclusively on our Ko-fi page (www.ko-fi.com/movie)----------Movie DetailsWritten by Adam McKay and Chris Henchy and directed by Adam McKayStarring Mark Wahlberg, Will Ferrell, and supported by a killer ensemble in Michael Keaton, Dwayne Johnson, Sam Jackson, Eva Mendez, Steve Coogan, and Ray Stevenson Budget of $85-100mil, made over $170mil in the box officeCurrently a 6.6 on IMDb
Tango and Cash, Turner and Hooch, Riggs and Murtaugh, The Bad Boys Marcus and Mike Lawry, Carter and Lee… In the world of buddy-cop movies, there is the A-team, and then there's The Other Guys.Jump in the Prius and take a ride with us as we explore our nostalgia for this 2010 American buddy cop action comedy.The whole crew is on board for this one and our quote dropping is unruly. We also played an interesting new game of Mad Libs to reinvent the plot of this movie.----------Movie DetailsWritten by Adam McKay and Chris Henchy and directed by Adam McKayStarring Mark Wahlberg, Will Ferrell, and supported by a killer ensemble in Michael Keaton, Dwayne Johnson, Sam Jackson, Eva Mendez, Steve Coogan, and Ray Stevenson Budget of $85-100mil, made over $170mil in the box officeCurrently a 6.6 on IMDb----------A special shout out to Proffesor J (www.twitter.com/JHunt006) for sharing his nostalgia with us via voice recording! Check out his podcast called “Jeff Needs Help” to listen to some great segments and interviews about sports, movies, and everything. You can leave your voicemail on our website at www.oswpodcast.com and click the microphone icon.Another huge shout out and thank you to Excellent Chris for helping fund our TWIZZLER fund by donating on our Ko-fi page. He is the hero this city needs. You can help fund our candy habit by heading to www.ko-fi.com/movie to buy us some TWIZZLERS or commission a movie for us to watch.A special Ko-fi shout out to our friend, Alicia (www.ko-fi.com/aliciayellowlodge) She's another very talented artist who just recently adopted an adorable kitten. You can buy her a Cat Coffee to help her get what she needs for her fur-baby, and also commission some highly detailed portrait art.
This bonus episode is a livestream recording with Just Tim, talking movies, podcasts, and giving away prizes to our awesome listeners. Learn a little but about the OSW crew, such as how Spaz got his name, would Dana watch a movie of Ryan Gosling as Peter Rabbit, and how did we ever come up with this podcast anyways?Make sure to follow us at www.Ko-fi.com/movie to be the first to know of our next giveaway and special episodes. We may have more livestreams in the near future and want to have you involved, so let us know your favorite movies and we'll see what comes next...Special thanks to our amazing sponsors, who made this episode possible:MASAMI, Podpage, Sticker Mule, Ko-fi, and Gerald Okamura. Also, congratulations to all our winners, and thank you to everyone that participated. We had over 700 entries into this drawing!
Join us as we determine whether our exploration of our nostalgia was most excellent or most heinous as we rewatch 1989's American science fiction comedy film, Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure [Aggressive Air Guitar]The big question is, did Dana like it and will she watch Bogus Journey and Face the Music?----------Movie DetailsWritten by Chris Matheson and Ed Solomon and directed by Stephen HerekStarring Keanu Reeves, Alex Winter, and George CarlinBudget of $6.5mil, made over $40.5mil in the box officeCurrently a 6.9 (Dude!) on IMDb----------Special shout out to our amazing sponsors that have donated some excellent prizes for our giveaway on August 31st. Ko-fi (www.ko-fi.com), MASAMI (www.lovemasami.com), Gerald Okamura (www.geraldokamura.com), Podpage (www.podpage.com), and Sticker Mule (www.stickermule.com) A huge shout out and thank you to Christopher from our Facebook page who has been following and supporting us since the very beginning. We started out doing this show for us, but knowing we've brought you and other hours of entertainment makes us happy to keep going. Party on, dude!A special Ko-fi shout out to our new friend, Elle (www.ko-fi.com/keepitsimpelle) Who is a personal trainer and offers 1:1 and group training sessions remotely! It's important to stay physically and mentally fit in these times, so go commission some training sessions at an amazing rate today. Even if personal training isn't your thing, go to her Ko-fi page and buy her an oat milk mocha, because every little bit helps!Visit us at www.oswpodcast.com to see our latest episodes, giveaways, and events. You can donate to our show and get a special shoutout at www.ko-fi.com/movie and even request a movie review of your choice.
Hello San Dimas High! Fellow Distinguished hosts, Listeners, Babes. We're going to jump into a phone booth, if there is such a thing today, and get the only history lesson you ever need with 1989's American science fiction comedy film, Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure [Aggressive Air Guitar]Nostalgia is flying high in this one as we prepare Dana for what this movie is all about.----------Movie DetailsWritten by Chris Matheson and Ed Solomon and directed by Stephen HerekStarring Keanu Reeves, Alex Winter, and George CarlinBudget of $6.5mil, made over $40.5mil in the box officeCurrently a 6.9 (Dude!) on IMDb----------Special shout out to our amazing sponsors that have donated some excellent prizes for our giveaway on August 31st. Ko-fi (www.ko-fi.com), MASAMI (www.lovemasami.com), Gerald Okamura (www.geraldokamura.com), Podpage (www.podpage.com), and Sticker Mule (www.stickermule.com) A huge shout out and thank you to Proffesor J (www.twitter.com/JHunt006) for listening and engaging with us on social media. Check out his podcast called “Jeff Needs Help” to listen to some great segments and interviews about sports, movies, and everythingA special Ko-fi shout out to our new friend, Long Cat Media (www.ko-fi.com/longcatmedia) They are a UK podcast production company specializing in audio fiction. One of their shows called Mockery Manor is a mystery thriller fiction set in a theme park in 1980s Britain. This is incredibly high production value and very entertaining to listen to. Their season finale just aired last week so go binge the entire show and go buy them a coffee on Ko-fi Finally, I wanted to thank my pals Talkin’ Shiz (www.twitter.com/talkin_shiz), Mary and DJ on the Facebook Group for Bill & Ted, and of course my brother, Mike, for sharing some very personal nostalgia with us. Party on, dudes.
We have rewatched and reassessed our thoughts in part 2 of our review of Liam Neeson and 2008’s English-language French action-thriller film, Taken. Be sure to listen to part 1 first to catch up on our nostalgia.----------Movie DetailsWritten by Luc Besson (5th element) and Robert Mark Kamen (Karate Kid, 5th element), and directed by Pierre MorelStarring Liam Neeson and Maggie GraceBudget of $25mil, made over $226mil in the box officeCurrently a 7.8 on IMDb----------A special Ko-fi shout out to our friend, Grayhaven Anime (www.ko-fi.com/grayhavenanime) who has some great art work, including coloring books, as well as some amazing cosplay. She has some awesome commissions you can choose to have illustrations made so go check out her page and support this fantastic artist and cosplayer.
Our particular set of skills might not be that great, but we can all agree that Bryan Mills’ skills are incredible as we explore our nostalgia for 2008’s English-language French action-thriller film, Taken.This is a special episode as requested by Mike, who answered the call and donated to Dana’s fundraising campaign supporting the non-profit Angioma Alliance, Because Brains Shouldn’t Bleed!In this episode, Tim, Chris, Dana, and Kari explore their nostalgia and what they recall as their favorite moments. Spaz missed this episode because it was his birthday weekend and he was taken… by alcohol and steak. We finally find movies that Chris hasn’t seen before and Kari calls us out on our ratings. Tim and Dana are both looking forward to seeing this movie again for the first time as parents and how that may change their connection to this movie. Also, screw U2…----------Movie DetailsWritten by Luc Besson (5th element) and Robert Mark Kamen (Karate Kid, 5th element), and directed by Pierre MorelStarring Liam Neeson and Maggie GraceBudget of $25mil, made over $226mil in the box officeCurrently a 7.8 on IMDb----------Special shout out to Sticker Mule for donating a total of $100 to our August 31st giveaway. 2 winners will walk away with a $50 store credit to purchase their own customer stickers, coasters, labels, or even hot sauce. Sticker Mule is a personal favorite of ours and a company we’ve been using for years. www.stickermule.com A huge shout out and thank you to Retro Static Radio (www.ko-fi.com/RetroStaticRadio) for donating to our show. Head to their page to see some amazing projects they have in the works, commission them for some fun rewards and enjoy some NEW classic old timey radio performancesAnother huge shout out and thank you to our podcasting comedian friend Grim (www.grimyells.com) for donating to our show as well. Grim is by far one of the funniest podcasts I’ve listened to and I love hearing his take on the world around him. You will be entertained for sure.A special Ko-fi shout out to our friend, splatonoodles (www.ko-fi.com/splatonoodles) who has some wonderful illustrations to share. Lauren is a graphic artist that has some great commissions available, so please check out her page and fund her creativity!Finally, I wanted to thank The Paul and Griff Show (@paulngriffshow), Geeksploration the Podcast (@Geeksplorepod), and Maria (Facebook) for sharing their nostalgia with us in this episode.
Welcome to Con Air, Part 2! This episode is our re-watch episode, where we’ve all had a chance to take a flight with Cameron Poe and his hair again to see if our Nostalgia holds up.Spoiler alert! Dana did see this movie before, she just forgot?Be sure to check out Part 1 first, as we deep dive our nostalgia and what this movie meant to us as kids and teenagers.----------Special shout out to the podcast “10k Dollar Day”, hosted by Alison Burns and Lulu Picart. 10K Dollar Day is the imaginary luxury travel comedy podcast that is a lot of fun and extremely entertaining. Their show is weekly, with bonus episodes on Saturday with special guests, and a daily show called THE DAILY HAPPY. You can check them out at https://www.10kdollarday.com/Another special shout out to Podpage for an awesome platform for building podcast-specific sites! You can generate a website in minutes and you’ll be amazed by the capabilities. You can generate your preview without creating an account at www.oswpodcast.com/podpage Movie: 1997’s American action thriller film "Con Air". Starring Nicolas Cage, John Cusack, John Malkovich, Steve Buscemi, Ving Rhames, Dave Chappelle, Danny Trejo… and that’s just naming a few.
We’re taking the bunny out of the box, just to hear Cameron Poe tell us to put it back. We’re flying high with nostalgia for 1997’s American action thriller film "Con Air". The star power in this film is so incredible and it can’t possibly be bad, right? Right!? Nicolas Cage, John Cusack, John Malkovich, Steve Buscemi, Ving Rhames, Dave Chappelle, Danny Trejo… and that’s just naming a few.We have The phrases “Peak Cage” and “Peak 90s” let’s you know all you need to know about this film. We have a lot of fun exploring our memories for this film, the epic fights, the “accent”, the “hair”… that glorious hair…Join us on our nostalgic flight with Con Air as we try to ignore the turbulence along the way.----------Special shout out to the podcast “10k Dollar Day”, hosted by Alison Burns and Lulu Picart. 10K Dollar Day is the imaginary luxury travel comedy podcast that is a lot of fun and extremely entertaining. Their show is weekly, with bonus episodes on Saturday with special guests, and a daily show called THE DAILY HAPPY. You can check them out at https://www.10kdollarday.com/Another special shout out to Podpage for an awesome platform for building podcast-specific sites! You can generate a website in minutes and you’ll be amazed by the capabilities. You can generate your preview without creating an account at www.oswpodcast.com/podpage Finally, I wanted to thank What the Trailer Pod (@TrailerWhat) and The Paul and Griff Show (@paulngriffshow) for sharing their nostalgia with us in this episode
This is part 2 of our adventure exploring 1989's Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. Be sure to listen to part 1 first, as we explore our nostalgia and memories of this film before rewatching it.Follow me I know the way to a great American action adventure film. X always marks the spot in 1989’s Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, brought to us by the legendary Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, and John Williams. Harrison Ford and Sean Connery are the only Father/Son duo we need to take on the Nazis.I regret to inform everyone that Dana had only seen the Crystal Skull prior to this movie… We needed to set things right, so our good friend Kari joins us as we break this nostalgic trip down.----------Special shout out to the website The Bearded Trio (www.thebeardedtrio.com) and the podcast Drink, Drunk, Dead (www.twitter.com/DrinkDrunkDead) for sharing their nostalgia with us. Huge thanks to Podcorn for connecting us with great sponsors for our show and helping us monetize our show on our terms. Podcorn is a marketplace connecting podcasters to amazing podcast sponsorship opportunities such as Host-Read Ads, Interview Segments, Topical Discussions, and more. You set your rates and engage directly with the sponsor. Head to www.Podcorn.com to see how you can take control of your monetization today.Also, a huge thank you to Ko-fi for creating a platform for creatives everywhere. Their platform enables us to connect with our listeners in fun and unique ways while raising money to keep our show going. Ko-fi does not take any cut of your contributions at all! They’ve been there for us since our first episode and if you’re looking for ways to connect with others and share your passion, look at www.ko-fi.com as your next move.Ko-fi has also offered up a 12-month Gold Membership as a prize for our Over/Under competition so participate early for the best odds!
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