The Broadcast Ep. 6.32 “The Broads with the Power”

Ooops, I totally forgot to post about the latest episode of The Broadcast last week! A new episode comes out tomorrow, but I really liked last week’s episode. We’re trying something out where we do a new “themed” show each month to give us some more focus and not just do the “shoot the shit, do a Buzzfeed quiz” type episodes. For our first theme, we did 80s movies that at least 1 or 2 of us hadn’t seen, focusing on 80s fantasy movies (LabyrinthThe NeverEnding Story, and Goonies) and then randomly throwing in the movie Working Girl, which we probably should have saved for another month and swapped in The Princess Bride or Stand By Me or something. Oh well, haha. We talked a  bit about Shandy’s recent trip to the Big Sky Film Festival in Montana in the beginning, but the movie talk starts at 27:30. I think this episode is a lot of fun to listen to, even if you haven’t seen all of the movies in question.

Official description:

It’s 80’s fantasy movies (and Working Girl) week! Join us as we talk about The Neverending Story, Labyrinth, Working Girl, and The Goonies (starting at 27:16). Which movies held up?  Are any of them just straight-up ridiculous now? What does Amanda call, “the easiest geocache ever?” Shandy also catches us up on her birthday trip to Missoula and the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival, Amanda shares a harrowing experience, and Colleen read a book!

Our next topic is My So-Called Life (the complete series) and we’ll be recording it on Tuesday, April 5, 2022 so get your feedback in by then!

As you know by now, you can listen to the latest episode below or via jayandjack.comiTunesSpreakerSpotifyStitcherGoogle Podcasts, etc. You may have better luck searching for us as “The Broadcast with Amanda, Shandy, and Colleen” since there are a few other shows called The Broadcast.

Happy listening, and thanks for listening!

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