Who says a song can't be a reboot?! Well in this minisode, the Reboototrons are taking on cover songs! They are joined by three members of the awesome rock band the Tumbleweeds Wanderers (Jeremy Lyon, Rob Fidel, Patrick Glynn) and music video director Blake Boxer to address the timeless practice of covering songs. They also rock about power stances, condoms, Across the Universe, and other tangents! So get ready to be amped up by some old school rock and roll as Reboot, Reuse, Recycle jams about cover songs! (And stick around after the credits to hear the Tumbleweed Wanderers incredible song Ghost!)
Get ready to look to the sky, the Rebootsie Boys are back to basics with a solo-brolo episode! No guests, just friendship! This time around they are reviewing Supergirl on film(1984) and the recently premiered television reboot! Will the baffling choices of the first movie feed them to storm dragon or will they escape Argo City? Will the dialogue of a television pilot be too stiff or will super punches entertain and excite? Will they spend too long talking about their top ten TV shows? You betcha! So get your Kryptonian capes on as Reboot, Reuse, Recycle takes flight and reviews Supergirl(1984/2015)!
Get ready for a Spooktober minisode! Do you like witches? Do you like live-action disney adaptations? Do you like the sound of Sharlto Copeley's name? Well then hopefully you'll enjoy hearing San Francisco comic Kate Willet talk with Chris and guest host Veronica Heath about the 2014 Angelina Jolie vehicle Maleficent! Will this dull movie curse these three into a death-like sleep, or will they get distracted by tangents?! Find out as Reboot, Reuse, Recycle watches Maleficent(2014)!
Ten Hut! Quarterback that lineman! More sports terms are coming because in this episode the Rebootniks get locked up on the gridiron as they watch Burt Reynolds in The Longest Yard and Adam Sandler in it's remake! They are joined by super cool LA comic Rye Silverman (who's album Intimate Apparel was No. 1 on Amazon!) and talk about prison, Sandler, being extras, The Hobbit, and promising young talent! So lets get down in the mud and get the Game Ball as Reboot, Reuse, Recycle touchdowns The Longest Yard(1974/2005)!
Will you like the Rebootniks when they're angry? Well let's find out as the team is joined by the incredible Katie Rose Leon to talk about Ang Lee's Hulk and Louis Leterrier's The Incredible Hulk. They talk about pants, neck-bearded dragons, Steve Buscemi, and maybe even Bruce Banner! This episode is also a special promo for the totally awesome All Jane Comedy Festival that takes place right here in Portland Oct 14th-18th! Our guest Katie is in it, but we also interview another festivalee, Scout Durwood, who is super cool! So get your gamma rays and purple shorts ready as Reboot, Reuse, Recycle smashes HULK(2003)/THE INCREDIBLE HULK(2008)!
Tuck yourselves in and dream on, it's another SPOOKTEMBER episode! This time Kyle is out of the picture (wink) and he is replaced by guest host Brian Nickerson! That's right! It's a reunion of The Enemies of Demme! They team up with one of Portland's coolest DJs, Aurora Owen, to discuss the slasher classic A Nightmare on Elm Street, and it's unsuccessful reboot of the same name. These rebooted Rebootniks talk about John Wilkes Booth, the joy of jump scares, Cthulu and trickster demons, Stan Winston, and who's boyfriend is Freddy Krueger now! Listen to learn all about that, and to see if Chris can produce an episode, or will the podcast go down in flames as Reboot, Reuse, Recycle takes on A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984/2010)!
Buckle in for SPOOKTEMBER everybody! The Rebootniks, joined by their special guest comedian Veronica Mars Heath, explore the important questions, like: why? What's the point of this remake? What was Gus Van Sant thinking? Find out the answers (?) to these and more fascinating queries like: Did Saul Bass direct the infamous shower sequence? Is Anne Heche truly the 90s Janet Leigh? Is the editing less thorough because Kyle's in LA? Tune in to find out as Reboot, Reuse, Recycle takes on PSYCHO (1960 / 1998).
Flip off them lights, baby, and meet on the Strip with the Rat Pack and the Rebootniks! Joined by special guest comedian Los Angeles' own Justin Cousson, our sharp-dressed heroes dive into the value of old films (high), how boring the Rat Pack is, and the vagaries of the Hays Code. Join us on our newest episode as we explore OCEAN'S ELEVEN (1960 / 2001).
Hey there fansters! The Rebootniks are back after an unexpected delay and a now-lost episode. Join them and their special guest, Hutch Harris from the Thermals, as they plug in, wipe their memories, and go to Mars! Will there ever be a better character than the twin embedded in his brother's stomach? Will Hutch ever have patience for Chris' unique phrase-coining? Will Kyle ever be able to edit an episode and get it up in time? Find out when Reboot, Reuse, Recycle tackles TOTAL RECALL (1990 / 2012)
Crack the code with the Rebootniks and special guest comedian Brian Nickerson in our newest episode! Are you ready to learn the truth about brainwashing, podcast recording technologies, and Jonathan Demme's role in the Illuminati? Do you agree that Chris Pratt was miscast in Jurassic World? Do YOU remember the name of that documentary about trying to make Everybody Loves Raymond in Russia? Then plug in your earbuds, put on your tinfoil hat, and join REBOOT, REUSE, RECYCLE as we explore THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE (1962 / 2004)
After an unexpected delay, your Rebootnik heroes are back! This time, they're here to eat pizza, kick back, and totally shred with TEENAGE MUTANT TURTLES (1990) and the not-Michael Bay directed 2014 remake! Join these two radical dudes with fanatical 'tudes along with their special guest, comedian Steven Wilber!
It's springtime for Reboot, Reuse, Recycle as we dive into our third-ever episode! Join us as we explore Mel Brooks' classic The Producers, and its bafflingly popular 2005 musical remake with our special guest, comedian and musician Lucia Fasano! Can't keep our hearts in jaaaaaaaiiiiiiiilllllll
Ready to sign up for some shock'n'awe? Some rock'n y'all? Some WALKING TALL? Join the Rebootniks on a journey into the underbelly of corruption in random rural places in this newest episode of Reboot, Reuse, Recycle! Be sure to walk tall and carry a big stick.
Follow the Rebootniks as we look to the stars and explore the worlds of Christian Nyby's THE THING FROM ANOTHER WORLD (1951) and John Carpenter's THE THING (1982).