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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, Sam, and guests 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.

Mar 8, 2017

It is a ménage à trois of giant ape movies this week with King Kong, greatest of all the giant apes. King Kong joins the monsterverse this week that begun with Godzilla in 2014 with Kong: Skull Island. We celebrate King Kong's return to prominence this week by looking back on the original film, the 1976 remake, and the mammoth Peter Jackson version from 2005. We're swatting at airplanes from the tallest buildings for this podcast, so don't miss this weeks Invasion of the Remake!

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Mar 1, 2017

Water is the most valuable substance in the galaxy, and these guys mean to steal it. Ice Pirates (1984) is a sci-fi, comedy that blends many of the science fiction genre themes into one goofy space opera. It is too much fun to get forgotten, so the Invaders go back to the stars this week to remake Ice Pirates starring Robert Urich, Mary Crosby, Michael D. Roberts, Anjelica Huston, John Matuszak, Ron Pearlman, and Bruce Vilanch. How will they improve it? Who will they cast in there remake? Download this week's episode to find out.

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Feb 22, 2017

We are quickly approaching the Oscars once again and after the success of last years Academy Awards special, we decided to do another one. The Invaders watched all the nominated films...trailers, and even a few movies. You've heard the predictions from people far more qualified, now hear from the people who think they are smarter than Hollywood. Deadpool also chases his nominations and he isn't happy at all. Grab some chimichangas and champagne and join Invasion of the Remake as we predict the future Oscar winners and some Oscar drinking rules as well!

Make your own predictions or follow along with us from the official nominee list http://oscar.go.com/nominees

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Feb 15, 2017

We're not angry prophets denouncing the hypocrisy of our times, well Trish might be, but we do know an amazing film when we see it. Network (1976) did however eerily predict what news media would eventually evolve into. Was it satire transcending into reality, or a very savvy futurist in writer Paddy Chayefsky? This film was a warning, well regarded in it's Oscar winning performances, but a warning that fell on deaf ears. Faye Dunaway, William Holden, Peter Finch, and Robert Duvall star in one of the most important films (directed by Sidney Lumet) of any generation.

With certain politicians denouncing serious impartial news sites as "fake news" in favor of more sensational slanted news sources Invasion of the Remake feels this film is more relevant than ever before. Join us this week as we climb Mount Everest, attempt to do the impossible, and remake an almost perfect film with our own "award winning" fantasy casting. What better way to celebrate Oscar season than with Invasion of the Remake!

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Feb 8, 2017

It's that time again. February. Love is in the air. Declarations of peoples feelings happen in the form of flowers, cards, and boxes filled with internal organs. Welcome to Valentine Bluffs (1981) and Harmony (2009), two small mining towns and murder capitals of America. Invasion of the Remake was brave enough to enter there worlds to see whose Harry Warden is the more efficient killer.

My Bloody Valentine (1981) was created to capitalize on the holiday slasher craze that was popular at the time. It was directed by George Mihalka and starred Paul Kelman, Lori Hallier, Neil Affleck, and Keith Knight. 28 years later, at the forefront of the remake craze, was My Bloody Valentine 3D (2009) directed by Patrick Lussier and starring Jensen Ackles (on a rare release from the prison called Supernatural), Jaime King, Kerr Smith, and Tom Atkins.

We present to you with our deepest affection, this heart shaped box containing a still beating bloody heart that oddly resembles a podcast. Won't you be our Valentine?

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Feb 1, 2017

Going back to a simpler time where a man could stake his claim, and his fortunes on the land, Invasion of the Remake hits the open plains to find gold in remaking the Lee Marvin & Clint Eastwood western, Paint Your Wagon. A film that may have been made before it's time, but maybe with a fresh coat of Invader coloured paint we can get this wagon rolling for a new audience. Oh, we forgot to mention it's a musical. Yup. Lee Marvin. Clint Eastwood. That totally happened. Crazy. Movies!

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Jan 25, 2017

Coming from the twisted mind of Ed Wood comes what many call the worst movie ever. Plan 9 From Outer Space (1959) is a beautiful mess of a movie and it was bound to happen someone would think to remake the film which features a deceased Bela Lugosi. Writer, Director, and actor John Johnson would take this piecemealed film and decoded it into something more cohesive and make sense of the mind that was Ed Wood 58 years later. The original film that is so bad, it's good gets the Invasion of the Remake treatment this week. It's going to be hilarious, don't you dare miss this one.

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Jan 18, 2017

It's the year 2024 and the world has been devastated by nuclear war. Humanity scrounges for the necessities of life. Vic and his dog Blood share a psychic link that help them survive as they rely on each others senses and instincts to find food, shelter, and women. It's a post-apocalyptic, science fiction, sex comedy from the mind of Harlan Ellison and L. Q. Jones starring Don Johnson, Jason Robards, Susanne Benton, Tim McIntire as the voice of Blood.

Join Jason, Trish and Sam (who birthday picked this one) as they remake a film that inspired the wasteland genre and for which the Fallout video game franchise would not exist. This one is going to be crazy!

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Jan 11, 2017

2016 was a strange year. It marked changes in the world that border on cautious to down right scary. It took many beloved celebrities onto the next life. It also marked 52 amazing new episodes of the Invasion of the Remake Podcast. Jason, Sam and Trish take a trip down memory lane of past episodes how the year treated them. We are also joined by special guest 2016, yes the year herself, to defend herself and comment on her time as the year just past. Much like the movies we cover, the Invaders are once again divided on the year that was 2016.

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Jan 4, 2017

We're back from our holiday break celebrating the New Year with two films that take place on New Years Eve. The Poseidon Adventure (1972) starring Gene Hackman, Ernest Borgnine, Shelley Winters, Red Buttons, Carol Lynley, Roddy McDowell, Leslie Nielsen and directed by Ronald Neame and Irwin Allen is about a group struggling to survive a sinking cruise ship on what should've been a night of celebration. Poseidon (2006) remake starring Richard Dreyfuss, Kurt Russell, Emmy Rossum, Josh Lucas, Kevin Dillon and directed by Wolfgang Petersen who is no stranger to boats. Which films floats to the top? Which sinks to the bottom? It's sink or swim time on The Invasion of the Remake Podcast!

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Dec 28, 2016

We here at the Invasion of the Remake Podcast wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and Holiday season to everyone, as well as a full and joyous New Year. As is our tradition we're taking the week off to be with our families but don't want to leave you empty eared. This year we obliterate another Christmas classic in 'Twas the Night Before Christmas, which has been cleverly re-written with an Invader's twist by our very own Trish Cochlan and read by Jason, Sam and Trish. Enjoy. We'll be back next week, next year, with a brand new episode. Cheers!

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Dec 21, 2016

The 99% becomes the 1% and the 1% becomes the 99% in a comedy classic about seeing how the other half lives. Trading Places (1983) stars Eddie Murphy, Dan Aykroyd, Ralph Bellamy, Don Ameche, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Paul Gleason and yes, fits our holiday theme criteria because we like to stay festive here on the Mothership. Join the Invasion of the Remake Podcast in discussing the financial themed comedy and remaking it in a strikingly similar, but very different modern world where the divide between the rich and the poor is greater than ever. Don't worry, we bring the funny too. Lots and lots of funny.

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Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, Joyous Kwanzaa, Happy Hanukkah, Fictitious Festivus, and a wonderful Life Day if you live on Kashyyyk.

Dec 14, 2016

When you make a Christmas film whose message is against the commercialization of Christmas, the one thing you shouldn't do is fill it with a bunch of gratuitous advertising. Also, if you are trying to right a ship that has gone very wrong with Superman III and Supergirl, you may not want to hire the same director as one of those flops for your next big budget idea. Sadly, that's exactly what Alexander and Ilya Salkind did with the big budget Santa Claus: The Movie (1985) starring Dudley Moore, John Lithgow, David Huddleston, and Burgess Meredith. Despite a whole lot of wrong, the film has since gone on to become a holiday favorite and cult classic. It's so bad, it's good.

But we think we can do it better. We rethink the plot, shave some things off, add a lot more, and recast it. We also tease what a David Cronenberg version of the film might look like. Leave it to the Invasion of the Remake podcast to turn a sweet holiday film into your worst nightmare. Hilarious!

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Dec 7, 2016

'Tis the season to be stabby, fa la la la la la la la.

Killing sorority girls in there jammies, fa la la la la la la la.

Somebody put that tune in the next remake! This week we focus on Canadian horror classic Black Christmas (1974) directed by Bob Clark of Porky's fame and starring Olivia Hussey, Keir Dullea, Margot Kidder, John Saxon, Marian Waldman, and Andrea Martin. Does the 2006 remake by Glen Morgan stand up against it? The all-star cast in Michelle Trachtenberg, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Lacey Chabert, Katie Cassidy, Kristen Cloke and a returning Andrea Martin certainly give it all the reason to have great success. Or does it crash and burn in a flaming Christmas tree of death and destruction that claims the souls of all who see it? Maybe somewhere in between. Only one way to find out and that's by listening to this week's amazing Invasion of the Remake podcast!

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Nov 30, 2016

House (1986) is a childhood favorite among the hosts of Invasion of the Remake podcast here in the mothership. Starring William Katt, Kay Lenz, George Wendt, and Richard Moll this comedy, horror made an impact on us, but now it seems a distant memory failing to achieve the cult status that many of its contemporaries had. Well we think it's time for a new audience to discover House and impart our supreme wisdom in what a remake could look like! Open the door, come on in. Try not to wake the dead.

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Nov 23, 2016

With yet another remake in the planning Invasion of the Remake decided to go back in time to compare and contrast the two films based on the Roald Dahl novel. Willy Wonka and the Chocalate Factory (1971) starring Gene Wilder, Jack Albertson, and Peter Ostrum is now considered a childhood favorite by many given the benefit of time, but wasn't a big success in the box office. Thirty-four years later director Tim Burton brought his vision of the classic novel to the silver screen in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005) with Johnny Depp, Freddie Highmore, Helena Bonham Carter, and Deep Roy to mixed reviews but a massive box office. Our very own Invasion hosts have divided opinions, but they all agree that Willy Wonka must pay for his murderous intentions. Is Willy Wonka a childhood favorite or a child murderer? Download this week's episode to find out.

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Nov 16, 2016

In salute to the late, great Gene Wilder we present to you, our loyal Invaders, the first of two episodes saluting the comic genius that was Gene Wilder. This week we take a look at Haunted Honeymoon (1986), Gene's least successful film marking his the only time he would take the director's chair. What went wrong? What went right? How can we resurrect this dark house horror comedy for a new generation. We give Haunted Honeymoon the Invasion of the Remake podcast make-over and it looks hilarious. Don't you dare miss it!

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Nov 9, 2016

One podcast, three hosts, and 93 horror films watched over 31 days that each host had never seen before. That's a lot of movies to talk about, get comfy cause this one is going to get weird.

Trish's horror movie marathon: The Boy (2016), Hatchet 2, House of the Devil, The Gate, The Entity, Lake Mungo, Hausu, The Host, Darkness, Dead End, The Devil's Pass, Dead Silence, The Changeling, Stage Fright, Holidays, Monsters, The Children (2008), Southbound, Cure (1997), Dark Angel: The Ascent, Creep, The Orphanage, The Nest, Krampus, Insidious 2, Housebound, The Ouija Experiment, The Forest, Cockneys Vs. Zombies, Magic (1978), and Lights Out.

Sam's horror movie marathon: Halloween (2007), Avenged (aka. Savaged), Knock, Knock, Neon Demons, Lights Out, Conjuring 2, Howl, Invoked, Bloodsucking Bastards, Annabelle, Bone Tomahawk, Crimson Peak, The Mummy (1932), Suspiria, They Look Like People, The Sentinel, Freaks of Nature, Audition, The Gallows, Hack!, 13 Cameras, The Last Shift, Stage Fright, Cassadaga, Stage Fright, Wrong Turn 2, Enter Nowhere, Martyrs (2008), Lemon Tree Passage, and We Are Still Here.

Jason horror movie marathon: Halloween 2 (1981), The Houses October Built (2014), Tusk, Avenged (aka. Savaged), 10 Cloverfield Lane, Halloween III: Season of the Witch, 31 (2016), Lights Out, The Conjuring 2, Triangle, Lost After Dark, Motivational Growth, Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers, Phantasm: Ravager, Retro Puppet Master, The Purge, Cassadaga, Don't Breathe, Stage Fright, Halloween 5, Late Night Double Feature, The Final Girls (2015), The Witch (2015), The Editor, Turbo Kid, Ouija, Maggie, The Purge: Anarchy, The Purge: Election Year, Hush, and Tales of Halloween (2015).

 

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Nov 2, 2016

The Mummy (1932) by Universal Pictures starring Boris Karloff, hot off of Frankenstein, took a world that had already caught Egyptian fever when Tutankhamun was discovered in 1922 by storm. It was a massive box office success that spawned several sequels at Universal and inspired many more films from other studios such as Hammer films. Stephen Sommers remade that iconic film in 1999 with stars Brendan Fraser, Rachel Weise, and Arnold Vosloo reviving the iconic horror film into a modern action/adventure franchise that spawned two sequels and a spin-off series in the form of the Scorpion King. With a new Mummy film set for 2017 starring Tom Cruise, the Invaders wanted to raid the tomb of these two Mummy movies and see which Imhotep is immortal and which one will crumble to dust.

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Oct 26, 2016

Possibly the first of its kind to blend genres, Bud Abbott and Lou Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948) took a classic comedy duo and pitted them against Universal Picture's horror monsters Dracula, Wolfman and of course the Frankenstein Monster. There is even a cameo by the Invisible Man. Some of the most iconic actors to ever play the monsters return in this comedy/horror film like Bela Lugosi, Glenn Strange, and Lon Chaney Jr. Will a couple of comedy buffoons be a match against the devious plans of Count Dracula? How will Jason and Trish recreate this classic film and who might they cast in it? There is only one way to find out and that is to listen to this weeks Invasion of the Remake!

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Happy Halloween!

Oct 19, 2016

Halloween (1978) ushered in a deluge of slasher films, but when John Carpenter created Michael Myers a horror icon was born that continues to terrify teenage babysitters to this day. Almost 30 years later a new, unique voice in horror in Rob Zombie would come along to remake Halloween (2007) for a brand new audience in his dark vision. Now Invasion of the Remake puts on there slightly soiled William Shatner masks and sees which version will be rule Halloween.

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Oct 12, 2016

Peeping Tom (1960) birthed a new genre, the cinematic slasher. Premiering only two months prior to Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho, director Michael Powell created a powerful piece of cinema that wouldn't be recognized for its achievements for another 30 years! On this episode Sam & Jason discuss a horror classic that destroyed a man's career and shocked the audiences of the 1960's. It is a film that you probably never heard of, but every cinema lover should see!

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"It's no good. The lights fade too soon." ---Peeping Tom (1960)

Oct 5, 2016

The original Japanese Ring (1998) by Hidea Nakata and the American remake The Ring (2002) by Gore Verbinski started and coined the term J-horror. It was the first of many Japanese horror films to be remade for American audiences and became part of the essential horror film lexicon. Invasion of the Remake watched them and got the call. Seven days the caller on the other end said, we told them we only needed 2 hours. We looked into The Ring, and The Ring looked back in fear because it is October, and you know what that means...we have all the horror...hashtag #AllTheHorror on Twitter and join the conversation!

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Sep 28, 2016

Rutger Hauer is again the subject to our discerning eye, or possibly wrath, it may be wrath. Phillip (Salt, Bone Collector) Noyce directs Blind Fury (1989), a film loosely based on Zatoichi. A Vietnam veteran blinded during the war comes to town to bury some ghosts of the past and gets drawn into a drug ring that has devastated his friend's family. Good thing he was trained by local villagers while he was missing in action to be a master swordsman. The bad guys will definitely pay in this action, comedy starring Rutger Hauer, Terry O'Quinn, Branden Call, Noble Willingham, Nick Cassavetes, Rick Overton, Randall "Tex Cobb, and Sho Kosugi!

This one was a blast to recast, rethink, and remake! You do not want to miss this one!

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Sep 21, 2016

You enter a small little flower shop on skid row. It's crowded with people and a large plant looking like a venus fly trap, but much larger, sits in a corner drawing most peoples attention. The faces in the crowd look familiar, people like Dick Miller, Jack Nicholson, Jonathan Haze, Jackie Joseph, Mel Welles are on one side of the room with Roger Corman who looks puzzling across the room at Frank Oz who has a crowd behind him. People like Rick Morranis, Ellen Green, Vincent Gardenia, Steve Martin, Bill Murray, Jim Belushi, and John Candy are staring back at Corman and his crew snapping there fingers and humming. It is all so odd. The plant looks your way and gives you a wry smile, almost winking despite having no eyes. You turn back out the door and decide to order your flowers online because this is just to weird!

Welcome to the odd little world of Little Shop of Horrors! Today the Invaders eye their salads a little more cautiously after watching the original 1960 Corman film and the musical remake from 1986 by Frank Oz! Don't be frightened off by a musical, it also has a giant man-eating plant! Good times. Or is it? Listen to this week's episode to see how these films hold up to each other and the Invasion criticism.

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