Eric and Chris spend the summer of 1972 with a young girl and her best friend as they learns about life, love and everything in between in Howard Zieff’s 1991 family drama My Girl.
Eric and Chris find themselves dealing with the paranormal as they follow recently murdered Sam Wheat as he tries to figure out why he died and help protect the love of this life in Jerry Zucker’s 1990 hit Ghost.
Eric and Chris find themselves heading to California with the LaRusso family where young Daniel finds himself the victim of local bullies. He soon finds an ally in a local man who teaches him lessons in karate and life in John G. Avildsen’s 1984 classic The Karate Kid
After their horrendous adventure to find dry land, Eric and Chris find themselves on the run with a loveable robot who comes to life after being struck by lightning in John Badham’s 1986 classic Short Circuit.
Eric and Chris find themselves in a strange future where the polar icecaps have melted and nobody can act. They set off with a mysterious and terrible hero in search of the fabled “dry land” in the notorious 1995 film Waterworld.
Eric and Chris get ready to fight some crime with the lean, green fighting machines in the classic 1990 kids film Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Eric and Chris keep hanging around the 1980s, this time following a heartbroken wedding singer and an adorable waitress who slowly start to fall in love in the 1998 Adam Sandler comedy The Wedding Singer.
Eric and Chris head back to high school, getting caught up in the drama surrounding the class struggle of the student body while prom quickly approaches in John Hughes’s 1986 classic Pretty in Pink.
Eric and Chris take to the skies with the outrageous 1980 Zucker/Abrahams/Zucker classic comedy Airplane!
Eric and Chris join forces with their old friend Mike, as the three head into a battle of pixelated mayhem with a double feature of video game inspired films, 1995s Mortal Kombat and 1994s Street Fighter.
Featuring Special Guest Michael Gekas.
Eric and Christ get blown away by the high speed action of tornado researchers in Jan de Bont’s 1996 blockbuster Twister.
Eric and Chris go on a rampage when a serial killer transfers his soul into the body of a young boy’s toy doll in Tom Holland’s 1988 horror classic Child’s Play.
Eric and Chris find themselves caught in the crossfire between a PTSD Vietnam vet and local law enforcement who picked the wrong fight in Ted Kotcheff’s 1982 action film First Blood.
Eric and Chris head to Vietnam where they follow the exploits of unorthodox radio DJ Adrian Cronauer as he shakes things up and tries to make sense of the war in Barry Levinson’s 1987 comedy Good Morning, Vietnam.
Eric and Chris get caught up in the hijinks of a highly strung high schooler who’s learning to loosen up a bit and just say “what the f#@k“ in Paul Brickman’s 1983 comedy Risky Business.
Eric and Chris reminiscent about one magical summer in 1962 where a new kids makes some friends, learns about baseball and encounters a terrifying beast in David Mickey Evans 1993 cult kids film The Sandlot.
Eric and Chris are joined by an old friend as all three find themselves caught up in the rough and tumble world of Vegas dancing in Paul Verhoeven’s 1995 film Showgirls.
Featuring Special Guest Tom Lockwood.
Eric and Chris spend some time in the outback before heading to the urban jungle of New York with the “classic” fish out of water story, Crocodile Dundee
Eric and Chris say goodbye to high school with a massive end of year party. There’s drinking, romance, revenge… and maybe a life lesson or two in the 1998 teen comedy Can’t Hardly Wait.
That’s a wrap for season one! Eric and Chris take some time to look back at the films they’ve watched this year and tease what’s in store for next season.