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Invasion of the Remake Podcast

They are in your theaters, they are in your neighbors homes, and even your own. They have come to destroy your childhood and ruin your future. Only one podcast can protect you from the Invasion of the Remake! Invasion of the Remake is a weekly podcast with hosts Jason, Trish and Sam exploring the cinematic remake. We discuss films that have been remade for better or worse. We will also find those films with a nugget of a good idea that may be worthy of an updating for a new audience with our own unique ideas and cast to throw into the mix.
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The Invaders are coming to remake your movies and only we can defend the Earth from the dreaded film remake.

Oct 17, 2017

The Invaders are huddled in a cabin in the woods. Sam said he'd be right back, but he wasn't, at least not all of him, ew. Thankfully guest host Jeff (3.0) Robertson has returned (remember Ep.6 Remaking The Stuff?) to help us with our ever growing Slasher problem. Jason Voorhees, Freddy Krueger, Michael Myers, Leatherface, Chucky, and a whole host of slashers are stalking us from the dark forest. Who are these masked murderers? Where did they come from? Invasion of the Remake discuss the phenomena of the cinematic slasher from their genesis to their current incarnations. No one is safe from the Slashers on this weeks Invasion of the Remake. 

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Oct 10, 2017

Invasion of the Remake gets haunted by a graveyard full of ghosts just like the family in Poltergeist (1982 & 2015)! The only thing for them to do is watch both movies in the hopes of exercising the evil spirits. Tobe Hooper directs a script by Steven Spielberg creating a legendary family horror film beloved by many. It stars Heather O'Rourke, JoBeth Williams, Craig T. Nelson, Oliver Robins, and Beatrice Straight. Director Gil Kenan brings in an impressive cast with Sam Rockwell, Rosemarie DeWitt, Kennedi Clements, Saxon Sharbino, Kyle Catlett, and Jared Harris for his 2015 remake. Does the remake stand up with the original or should it be laid to rest? Tune in to this week's episode to find out.

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Oct 4, 2017

Frightober is upon us and Invasion of the Remake is ready for the blood and carnage that October horror movies bring. This week we travel to the graveyard to dig up an old friend, Pumpkinhead (1988). Pumpkinhead was the brainchild of special effects guru Stan Winston who came up with the story, oversaw the special effects, and even directed it. He created one of the most amazing creatures to ever grace the silver screen and launched a franchise. But Pumpkinhead wouldn't be what it was without the tortured performance of Lance Henricksen as Ed Harley who raises the creature in revenge for the death of his boy. Ed begins to realize the dark cost of raising the creature as he begins to become one with it. Invasion of the Remake revisits Pumpkinhead and re-imagines it for today's audiences setting it loose upon the world to wreak it's terrible vengeance once again.

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Sep 27, 2017

Invasion of the Remake is returning to the Wonderful World of Disney with the comedy, family favorite The Absent Minded Professor (1961) and the remake Flubber (1997). The Absent Minded Professor stars Walt Disney legend Fred MacMurray in one of his most memorable roles alongside Nancy Olson, Keenan Wyn, Tommy Kirk, Elliott Reid and Director Robert (Old Yeller) Stevenson. With a line up like that the remake had to really step up. Bringing in legendary screenwriter John Hughes and Director Les (Blue Streak) Mayfield was a good start. But the inclusion of comedy legend Robin Williams with Marcia Gay Harden, Christopher McDonald, Ted Levine, Clancy Brown, Raymond J. Barry, and Wil Wheaton seems like a formula for success. But is it? This week we look at the chemistry of these films and see whose Flubber has the most bounce. So buckle up into your flying cars and listen to this week's episode The Absent Minded Professor versus Flubber!

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Sep 20, 2017

The future never looked so good. Join Invasion of the Remake in their fur lined spaceship as we strip down, rethink, and remake Barbarella (1968)! Based on the Jean-Claude Forest comic series, Roger Vadim brings Barbarella to the big screen in what would be the first time a science fiction comic character had a feature film. It was also near the end of Jane Fonda's "first act" and one of the last of her sex kitten films. She would go on to Oscar winning films, political activism, and be a famous fitness advocate. But she wasn't alone in Barbarella, she was also joined by John Phillip Law, Anita Pallenberg, Milo O'Shea, and the legendary Marcel Marceau! So come on board, stay away from the Excessive Machine, and join us in remaking Barbarella!

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Sep 13, 2017

A small town is being victimized and stripped of its resources by profiteers and villains. With what little they have they hire a small band of mercenaries to help fight off the evil plaguing them. Based on the screenplay and film by the acclaimed Akira Kurosawa, Seven Samurai, The Magnificent Seven takes that classic story from feudal Japan to the American old west.

Director John (The Great Escape) Sturges put an all-star cast together for the original 1960 version with Yul Brynner, Steve McQueen, Charles Bronson, Eli Wallach, Horst Buchholz, Robert Vaughn, Brad Dexter, and James Coburn. That filmed spawned three sequels, a television remake and television series. Director Antoine (Training Day) Fuqua would bring the Seven back to the silver screen with Denzel Washington, Chris Pratt, Ethan Hawke, Vincent D'Onofrio, Byung-hun Lee, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, Martin Senmeier, Haley Bennett, and Peter Sarsgaard.

Invasion of the Remake puts on their dusters and travels back to a time where seven men dared to take on an army. Are both movies magnificent or will one be a misfire? Join Jason, Sam and Trish on a ride only Invasion of the Remake can take you on this week's episode.

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Sep 6, 2017

This week we fly the mothership to Hong Kong to take on The God of Cookery (1996). The God of Cookery is a wonderful comedy written, directed, and starring the amazing Stephen Chow along side Karen Mok, and Vincent Kok. What is it you ask? Think of it as Iron Chef if the chairman was an arrogant jerk, who can't cook, but learns to do it once he has been dethroned while learning humility along the way. Join Invasion of the Remake as we try to remake our first foreign film for a Western audience. Can it be done? Download this week's episode to find out.

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Aug 30, 2017

Invasion of the Remake goes back in time to our childhoods and revisits a Walt Disney classic, 101 Dalmatians! Cruella De Vil is obsessed with fur, she adores it, and there is nothing that will stop her from getting it. Unfortunately her latest obsession is with Roger and Anita's dalmatians, Pongo, Perdita and their puppies. 101 Dalmatians (1961) brings grand adventure and social themes together in an animated classic that still resonates over 50 years later. Today live action remakes of classic Walt Disney animated features has become the norm, but in 1996 it was a fresh new idea, and they did it with out the aid of CGI. This week it is classic animation versus the live action film starring Glenn Close, Jeff Daniels, Joely Richardon, Hugh Laurie, Mark Williams and Joan Plowright!

No dogs or hosts were made into coats in the making of this episode.

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Aug 23, 2017

If you thought your school was hell, you haven't seen anything yet. We got challenged and we accepted! In this week's Fan Challenge we discuss and remake Canucksploitation film Class of 1984 (1982) from writer/director Mark L. Lester. This high school kids gone bad revenge flick stars Perry King, Marie Lynn Ross, Timothy Van Patton, Roddy McDowell and a very young Michael J. Fox. Invasion of the Remake and its hosts are tested and have their creativity stretched to the limits with this challenge. Will they be able to remake Class of 1984, or will they crumble? You'll have to listen to this week's episode to find out.

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Aug 16, 2017

Invasion of the Remake celebrates it's 2nd anniversary this week with a sci-fi, horror classic, The Fly! We'll be comparing the Vincent Price classic from 1958 to the David Cronenberg body horror remake from 1986 which starred then young up and comers Jeff Goldblum and Geena Davis! By happenstance it also happens to be the 31st birthday of The Fly remake! Timing, we got it! Join the swarm, join the Invasion, and transport yourselves to the world of The Fly!

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Aug 9, 2017

We're celebrating 100 episodes with the movie most ripe for a remake that it is insane to think that no one has done it yet. Creature From the Black Lagoon (1954) was a late comer to the Universal Monsters family, but the monsters visuals are iconic and imprinted in our minds. It is a science-fiction, horror classic. Why Hollywood hasn't remade it is anyone's guess. With it now on the Dark Universe film slate we thought we'd take our best shot at it before Universal does. So this week we trade our spaceship for a boat and rediscover the Creature From the Black Lagoon.

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Aug 2, 2017

This week we enter the bowls of the asylum and enter the mind of psychotic serial killer Hannibal Lecter. Originally portrayed on screen by Brian Cox in Manhunter (1986), Hannibal would be later defined by the performance of Anthony Hopkins in Silence of the Lambs (1991), Hannibal (2001) and Red Dragon (2002). While both Manhunter and Red Dragon are adaptations of the Thomas Harris novel, Michael Mann's vision is very different than Brett Ratner's version and we'll explore that. Both films sport an all-star cast, Manhunter also stars William (CSI) Petersen, Kim Greist, Joan Allen, Dennis Farina, and Tom Noonan. Red Dragon is a who's who of Oscar nominated or winning actors and actress with the likes of Edward Norton, Ralph Fiennes, Harvey Keitel, Emily Watson, Mary-Louise Parker, and Philip Seymour Hoffman. It's the Hannibal Lecter battle this week on Invasion of the Remake. Won't you sit down and dine on Director with us?

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Special thanks to J.B. Burke Pub & Guest Accommodations in John Street, Kilkenny, Ireland for taking good care of our rogue host Trish. You can book your accommodations by calling 056-7721379 or visiting www.jbsbarkilkenny.com

Jul 26, 2017

Drug dealers from outer space want your high. Bottling and selling your ecstasy is this alien's goal and he will stop at nothing to get it. Invasion of the Remake explores the Dolph Lundgren sci-fi, action flick, I Come In Peace (aka Dark Angel, 1990), and discovers just how deadly a compact disc really can be. Join the Invasion and listen to this week's episode to find out how we'd remake I Come In Peace!

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Jul 19, 2017

The story of Bufford Pusser is an inspiring one. He returns to his home town to find it has fallen prey to corruption at every level. He stands up to the gangsters running his beloved town and becomes town Sheriff. He uses this position to clear the town of this corruption, but it comes with a tragic price. The story of Walking Tall (1973) is based on the true life story of Bufford Pusser portrayed by Joe Don Baker. It also launched a successful franchise, sparking two sequels, a television remake and series, and inspiration for countless other films.

The remake of the film in 2004 was one of Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson & WWE Films earliest movies. The names may have changed, and the story modernized, but the basic story of Bufford Pusser remains in tact. But how does it fair against the original? The Rock and Joe Don Baker step in the Invasion of the Remake ring and only one will come out Walking Tall.

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Jul 12, 2017

This week it's all about the game show that is trying to kill you, The Running Man (1987)! Arnold Schwarzenegger stars in the sci-fi, action film based on a story by Richard Bachman (aka Stephen King) alongside Maria Conchita Alonso, Yaphet Kotto, and Richard Dawson. Ben Richards is on the run to save his life, earn his freedom, and reveal the truth about the government ruling the country with an iron fist. Join Invasion of the Remake as they explore this game of death and what a modern day remake, they'd like to see, would look like.

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Jul 5, 2017

A plane crashes into a small town's reservoir, accidentally spreading a biological weapon called TRIXIE among the town's population. If the virus doesn't kill you, it makes you insane. The uninfected must not only survive The Crazies, but also dodge military forces who want to contain the outbreak by any means necessary. But no virus can stand up to Invasion of the Remake scrutiny.

This week we discuss George A. Romero's original film The Crazies (1973) starring Lane Caroll, Will MacMillan, Harold Wayne Jones, Lloyd Hollar and Lynn Lowery and see how the remake (2010) by director Breck Eisner holds up. With an all star cast of Radha Mitchell, Timothy Olyphant, Joe Anderson, and Danielle Panabaker it certainly is off to a good start. Can we sort this out, or are we crazy for even trying? Get your gas masks on as we take on The Crazies!

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Jun 28, 2017

This week we travel to the fantasy world of Krull (1983). Here there is magic, evil creatures, cyclops, seers of the future, crystal spiders and a great Beast bent on ruling the universe. It also happens to be a childhood favorite of some of the hosts here at Invasion of the Remake. This cult fantasy film may have been a box office flop in 1983, but we think it is ripe for a remake, Invaders style. After all something has to film the vacuum left by Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit. Listen to this weeks episode and see if our version is worthy of filling that void. Please Like, Share, and subscribe!

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Jun 21, 2017

Surely not a Airplane episode? Absolutely, and don't call me Shirley. When the Zucker brothers were looking for a new project they stumbled upon an obscure airplane disaster film called Zero Hour! (1957). It was overly dramatic, had an absurd concept, and was hilarious in its sincerity. It really only needed a little push over the edge to become farce. That farce became Airplane! (1980) and began a new era of comedic spoof movies, reinventing the career of Leslie Nielsen. Airplane! took serious dramatic actors like Robert Hayes, Julie Hagerty, Lloyd Bridges, Peter Graves, and Robert Stack into new comedic territory, creating a comedy classic. Invasion of the Remake takes to the skies as we explore a comedy remake of a drama, and remembers not to eat the fish. Like, share, and subscribe!

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Jun 14, 2017

A man (Alan Alda) and a woman (Ellen Burstyn) meet on a getaway trip that blossoms into a long romance, but they only see each other once a year. The rest of there time they are with their families. Invasion of the Remake explores a romantic comedy about love and adultery with Same Time, Next Year (1978). Is this something they can remake in more sensitive times? It was nominated for 4 Academy Awards but would it resonate with a modern audience? Join us for a thought provoking topic with all the fun and irreverence you've come to expect from Invasion of the Remake!

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Jun 7, 2017

Can the smallest cars be part of one of the largest gold heists ever conceived? Well The Italian Job (1969) brought that concept to the silver screen for the first time with Michael Caine, Noël Coward, and comedy legend Benny Hill. Director F. Gary Gray would revisit this idea in the 2003 remake with an all-star cast in Donald Sutherland, Mark Wahlberg, Edward Norton, Charlize Theron, Jason Statham, Seth Green and Mos Def. Can three small Mini Coopers (or Austin Minis) haul three tons of gold in these action, comedies? The Invaders once again descend to earth to dissect the phenomenon you humans call the cinematic remake.

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May 31, 2017

Are you looking for a crazy science-fiction, horror movie? If yes, you may be looking to check off a few boxes. Does it have decapitations? Check. Does it have mind controlled zombies? Check. Is someone psychic? Check. Are there monsters that look like giant eyeballs with tentacles that live in there own compact atmosphere that is near subzero temperatures? Well that is oddly specific, you freak, but yes, several. In fact we have the perfect movie for you, The Trollenberg Terror (1958), sometimes known as The Crawling Eye is being examined, dissected, and re-imagined this week on Invasion of the Remake.

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May 24, 2017

Strange things can happen to people suffering from sleep deprivation, poor hand/eye coordination, slower cognitive abilities, hallucinations, paranoia, and possibly teaming up with the very killer you were supposed to catch. In episode 89 of the podcast that never sleeps, we watched Norwegian crime film Insomnia (1997) starring Stellan Skarsgård, and the Christopher Nolan 2002 remake starring Oscar winning actors Al Pacino, Robin Williams and Hilary Swank. There's no time to nap, when there is another episode of Invasion of the Remake!

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May 17, 2017

A young man tries to get a fresh start and a new life by traveling to the great city from his small village, but the great city has problems of its own in the monster known as the Jabberwocky. Terry Gilliam makes his solo directorial debut with Jabberwocky (1977) and brings along Michael Palin and Terry Jones for that Monty Python-esque flavoring. Jabberwocky is a tongue-in-cheek fairy tail where the fairy tail happens by accident. This week Invasion of the Remake takes a look at this medieval comedy and rethinks it for a theoretical remake. What would that look like? Subscribe now to find out for yourselves!

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May 10, 2017

Mother's Day is upon us and what better way to celebrate than with two films about psychopathic mothers and the children who love them. First up is Mother's Day (1980) directed by Charles Kaufman, brother of Lloyd Kaufman, founder of Troma Films. It stars Tiana Pierce, Nancy Hendrickson, and Deborah Luce as a trio of girls out for an annual party weekend, but only to find a sadistic family that wants to torture them. Actress Beatrice Pons and her loyal but evil children played by Michael McCleery and Frederick Coffin round out this cult favorite.

Mother's Day (2010) directed by Saw franchise favorite Darren Lynn Bousman has an all-star cast in Jaime King, Shawn Ashmore, Briana Evigan, Patrick John Flueger, Warren Kole and Rebecca De Mornay as Mother! Does the remake pale in the light of the original or does it hold a standard as to what remakes can be? Join the Invaders as we salute the women who raised us, and horror these cinematic mothers brought to the silver screen.

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May 3, 2017

In Victorian England, Sir Hugo Cunningham is seeking the secrets of life and death. In his research he discovers the means to capture the spirit of death, The Asphyx, and hold it indefinitely. In effect, becoming immortal. But immortality comes at a great cost. This is the crux of The Asphyx (1972, aka The Horror of Death), a small studio homage to the classic Hammer Films of the 60's and 70's. Don't worry, we'd never heard of it either, and it was kind of awesome. The Asphyx is exactly the kind of film Invasion of the Remake likes to discuss, rethink, and in effect, remake for today's audiences. So please join Jason, Sam, and Trish as they look into the forgotten gothic horror film, The Asphyx!

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