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EEMEM Episode 5 – Commando.

BOOM! RA-TAT-TAT-TAT-TAT KAPOWIE! Episode 5 is now UP!

Commando, released in 1985, directed by Mark L. Lester, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Rae Dawn Chong and a FUCKTON of guns and explosives.

Features guns, explosions, more guns, more explosions, a gazillion one-liners, the MOST MENTAL SOUNDTRACK EVER MADE and a knife. And some more guns. And a rocket launcher. And another knife.

Bonus Content – ‘We Fight For Love’ by The Power Station.

Next Episode – Gleaming The Cube!

If you have any feedback, comments or suggestions, email me at eemem@hotmail.co.uk, or get hold of me on Twitter by sending a message to @every80smovie. Oh, and a nice review on iTunes would be much appreciated!

Enjoy!

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EEMEM Episode 4 – Secret Admirer

Don’t go blabbing it about, but Episode 4 of Every Eighties Movie Ever Made is UP!

Released in 1985, directed by David Greenwalt and starring C. Thomas Howell, Lori Loughlin and Kelly Preston.

Features rolled up jacket sleeves, casual homophobia, Jan Hammer and boobs.

Bonus Content – Jan Hammer. Twice. Because he’s AWESOME.

Next episode – Commando! Woooargh!

If you have any feedback, comments or suggestions, email me at eemem@hotmail.co.uk, or get hold of me on Twitter by sending a message to @every80smovie. Oh, and a nice review on iTunes would be much appreciated!

Enjoy!

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EEMEM Episode 3 – Baby Boom

BOOM! Episode 3 of Every Eighties Movie Ever Made is UP – detailing the action hit chock full of exploding babies!

Actually, no, it’s the light 1987 comedy starring Diane Keaton, directed by Charles Shyer.

Bonus Content – Huey Lewis and The Fresh Prince! How does that work out? Well, just have a listen!

And enjoy the NEW theme tune. I spent AAAAGES* on it

If you have any feedback, comments or suggestions, email me at eemem@hotmail.co.uk, or get hold of me on Twitter by sending a message to @every80smovie. Oh, and a nice review on iTunes would be much appreciated!

Next episode – Secret Admirer!

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EEMEM Episode 2 – Youngblood

Get your skates on (ahem), because EEMEM Episode 2 – Youngblood is UP!

Released in 1986, directed by Peter Markle, starring Rob Lowe and the late, great Patrick Swayze.

Bonus Content – ‘Theme Dream’ by William Orbit, composer of the Youngblood score.

If you have any feedback, comments or suggestions, email me at eemem@hotmail.co.uk, or get hold of me on Twitter by sending a message to @every80smovie. Oh, and a nice review on iTunes would be much appreciated!

Next episode – Baby Boom!

Enjoy!

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EEMEM Episode 1 – Stripes

So, after about twenty thousand different attempts, Episode 1 of EEMEM is UP! Huzzah!

Episode 1 – Stripes, starring Bill Murray and Harold Ramis, directed by Ivan Reitman, released in 1981.

Bonus Content – the original version of ‘In The Army Now’, covered in 1986 by Status Quo but performed in the first instance by Bolland & Bolland in 1981.

Please forgive the quality of the audio – it was recorded using EarPods through an iPod Touch. The quality is better than I thought, to be honest, but I’ll getting my hands on a ‘proper’ microphone shortly.

If you have any feedback, comments or suggestions, email me at eemem@hotmail.co.uk, or get hold of me on Twitter by sending a message to @every80smovie. Oh, and a nice review on iTunes would be much appreciated!

Next episode – Youngblood!

Enjoy!

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