Episode | January 6th, 2021 | 1 hr 10 mins
1989, abe vigoda, amy heckerling, baby, bruce willis, comedy, franchise, john travolta, kirstie alley, look who's talking, mickey, olympia dukakis, podcast, podcasting, podernfamily, romance, sequel, sex, talking baby, tristar
Happy New Year!
It's a brand new year full of franchises here on Sequel Rights, and we're kicking things of with 1989's Look Who's Talking to help celebrate Justin's new little one. Kirstie Alley, John Travolta, and Bruce Willis star in Amy Heckerling's talking baby classic.
Thanks for listening!
Episode | August 19th, 2020 | 1 hr 40 secs
1989, 2688, 80s, air guitar, alex winter, bill, bill and ted's excellent adventure, comedy, exam, excellent, franchise, george carlin, glam rock, history, keanu reeves, music, orion, party on, phone booth, podcast, podcasting, podernfamily, rock, rufus, ted, time travel, trilogy, world peace, wyld stallyns
It's time for us all to learn how to be excellent to each other, and there's no better teachers than Bill S Preston, Esq and Ted Theodore Logan! This week, in anticipation of the brand new film, we're talking Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure. Party on dudes!!
Episode | January 30th, 2019 | 1 hr 8 mins
1989, 80s movies, action, bar, bigfoot, blues, bouncer, comedy, cooler, cult classic, drama, drive-in, fight, franchise, jeff healey, joel silver, josh briggs, kelly lynch, kick, monster truck, music, patrick swayze, podcast, rich, road house, sequel, soundtrack, throat, violence
This week, special guest Josh Briggs joins your hosts Justin, Eliz and Tyler as they learn the intricasies of the elite cooler business. Patrick Swayze's 1989 classic, Road House is here to kick us in the face!!
Episode | August 29th, 2018 | 1 hr 6 mins
1989, baseball, bob uecker, charlie sheen, cleveland, corbin bernsen, david s ward, indians, major league, mlb, montage, pennant, tom berenger, wesley snipes, willie mays hayes
It's new franchise time and time for some baseball!! This week, your hosts Justin, Eliz, and Tyler head to Cleveland to cheer on Wild Thing and the Cleveland Indians in David S. Ward's Major League.