On this episode of this podcast dedicated to Keanu Reeves, we discuss the film with arguably the singular actor’s best performance. Sam (@samshotfirst) is joined by returning guest David Hart (@pccasestudy) for a chat about Gus Van Sant’s 1991 indie-drama My Own Private Idaho. Part queer coming-of-age story, part Shakespeare adaptation, this one-of-a-kind film also features a truly phenomenal performance from the late, great River Phoenix.
Of course the first DTV movie this podcast covers stars Hilary Duff, Shelley Duvall, George Hamilton, and Pauly Shore.
One movie, two cuts, more cult canon for a franchise to handle.
This podcast episode is much ado about something, and that something is Keanu Reeves.
Don’t mind The Man in Black, at least not until the next movie.
Is this the worst Batman movie? We can agree that it’s probably the horniest, right?
It’s a very extra episode for a very extra Francis Ford Coppola film.
Surprise! It’s the return of Michael Myers!
This pivotal film in the singular actor’s filmography contains, arguably, his best performance.
It's time. It's time. Halloween has come. All you lucky kids with Silver Shamrock masks, gather 'round…
Old Man Indy is featured on the latest episode of Papa John’s Update: The Podcast.