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This time of year is the movie doldrums. Nothing good is coming out to the theaters at the moment, so unless you want to watch Star Wars for the 15th time, you are relegated to whats on streaming services. Rejoice! It’s not all that bad. This week we will take a look at our favorite Rewatchable Movies. These are the films that wore out your VCR and/or DVD player. For some reason, some movies just have that timeless sheen that never seems to dull, and we are thrilled to offer up a few of the ones that we broke the tape on.


Joining us for this thought experiment is a man who knows a thing or two about rewatchablity. Enter, Kyle Rankin. Kyle co-directed The Battle of Shaker Heights through the second season of HBO’s Project Greenlight. Shaker Heights is part of the #allmymovies suite of Shia LaBeouf, and we do get a chance to ask Kyle a few questions about that. Kyle also wrote and directed Infestation, starring Chris Marquette, Ray Wise, Brooke Nevin and Kinsey Packard. He created the feature/web-series NUCLEAR FAMILY, and the indie feature NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEB. We talk to Kyle about all of his projects as well as what he’s got coming up. He’s a busy guy in the film industry, and Kyle’s got his Favorite Rewatchable films to boot!

This is an episode you can listen to on repeat. Enjoy!

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