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Founded in 1962, the KRSI Radio Podcast is the Twin Cities' #1 online Internet radio destination for classic and new hit country music. With a radio legacy spanning more than a half dozen decades, the KRSI Radio Podcast uploads and streams only the best classic and new hit dollar-bin country music from the 1940s. 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s, 2010s, and today.
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Each week the Dollar Bin releases a new audio show featuring an organic and open discussion about our view of the comic industry. Our show topics include new releases, classic tales, famous and favorite creators, interaction with our community, and sharing our experiences from comic related events.
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Mark is an improviser and Rick is just awesome...and the two of them have watched WAY too many movies over the years. In March 2014 they decided to record their frequent film discussions and in 2016 they added a Brian to join in the fun! Together they revisited some of the classic films of their youth at times with a guest...while often getting completely off topic. The cinematic comedy may have wrapped up in 2019 but you can still check out the back episodes to join them in discovering if t ...
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It’s the VERY LAST EPISODE of the podcast (sheds tear) and Mark, Rick and Brian are saying Goodbye after 5 years of having extreme movie fun in style. The fellas share some stats about the podcast's run including the Most Popular Episode, the Longest Episode and the primary Go-To Actors that have appeared in most of their "reviewsits." The lads con…
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It's the Penultimate episode of the podcast and the lads celebrate by sharing some more BIG NEWS from the Mark camp, enjoying some substitute cigars and deciding to save the teary goodbyes until the Part 2 Finale. The gents brainstorm a new Full House spin-off based upon Lori Loughlin being in the news, go into a strange deep dive of the Highlander…
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With the Final Episodes upon them Mark, Rick and Brian share some final thoughts on the television parody Stay Tuned, while also taking a poll of falling asleep with the TV On vs the TV Off. Inspired by TV Game Shows, the lads get into 'answer mode' by trying to guess the budget of this parody film, the best known for projects for John Ritter out o…
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It's the FINAL FOUR EPISODES! Mark, Rick and Brian welcome back returning guest Josh Damoulakis for a "reviewsit" of the TV overload known as Stay Tuned. The gents discuss how this television parody movie is extremely difficult to find online or streaming, run through the complete list of shows and commercials that were mocked throughout the film a…
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Mark, Rick and Brian share some final thoughts on Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, while also holding a mini "reviewsit" of its sequel Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey. The lads learn of a different transportation mode originally intended before the time traveling phone booth was used, how there was supposed to be a 3rd member of Wyld Stallyns named 'Bo…
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Shawn Excited Shawn kicks things off talking about her trip to the Annual Borderlands Comics and Games sale! We’re back and we are kicking things off with Shawn talking about her trip to the annual Borderlands Comics and Games sale. She talks hanging out with J Chris Campbell and picking up a few comics along the way. Episode 00A: Shawn at Borderla…
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Mark, Rick and Brian have another time traveling "reviewsit" with this time on the most awesome Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure. After taking advantage of the rules of circular time travel, the lads ponder the questions of whether the phone booth was inspired by Doctor Who, if Bill is the leader of the duo and what high school clique the heroes wo…
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Mark, Rick and Brian share some final thoughts on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III, while also walking through the entire TMNT trilogy as a whole. The lads learn that there was a proposed 5th turtle if there had been a fourth film of the series, Brian relays some found footage of the TMNT Rock Tour and Christmas Special and they play the Parents Gu…
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Mark, Rick and Brian have a "reviewsit" of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III (unofficially subtitled: 'Turtles in Time'), to finish out the original TMNT Trilogy. The lads ponder if the lack of Shredder cause this 3rd film of the series to feel somewhat off, point out how the special effects company changed to non-Henson leading to noticeable suit m…
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It's a new year in the Movie Cave, Cinemaniacs, and this quickie episode contains a special announcement on 2019 updates for the podcast and the "Film Fellas" of Mark, Rick and Brian. Please listen in for the Big News and then it will be back to the regularly scheduled full movie "reviewsit" in the next episode. Thanks!…
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Mark, Rick and Brian share some final thoughts on Scrooged, while wishing the cinemaniacs the happiest of holidays. After exchanging some quick gifts, the lads share the go-to Christmas movies in their rotations during a yearly viewing, discover a Ghostbusters/Christmas Carol animated crossover and ponder who would win in a fight between famous cur…
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Mark, Rick and Brian have a "reviewsit" of the Bill Murray Christmas film Scrooged to celebrate the holiday season. Mark sympathizes with the main character Frank Cross being accused of being "raised by televelsion," the lads spot a random appearance by Miles Davis and other famous musicians and they get a kick out of seeing the 'Murray Brothers Cu…
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Mark and Brian share some final thoughts on The Wizard, while Rick is stuck tending to some "sick'ns." The gents transform the film into a quick Folger's Coffee commercial, identify the actor's name in the movie that would work best as a clown and they discuss the comeback of Fred Savage in recent years aka the "Fredaissance." The lads also touch u…
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Mark, Rick and Brian have a "reviewsit" of the video game classic The Wizard, while wearing their eating pants over the Thanksgiving holiday. The fellas conjure up memories of how this film first introduced Super Mario Bros 3 to the world, how they desperately wanted a Power Glove in their youth and they take a walk down their own personal home gam…
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Mark, Rick and Brian share some final thoughts on The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension, while enjoying that "The Heat Is On" in the Movie Cave. The lads point out a weird coincidence that often occurs right after they do a full "reviewsit," clarify the timeline of the events in the movie and watch some video of the Buckaroo Ba…
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Mark, Rick and Brian have a "reviewsit" of The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension, while also celebrating the recent Red Sox World Series victory. The lads discuss how this cult classic seems like a fever dream and a sequel within a film series that doesn't exist, try to figure out what year the events of the movie are supposed …
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Mark, Rick and Brian share some final thoughts on Return to Oz to continue the Halloween spirit, while also commenting on proper (haunted?) hotel checkout procedure. The lads learn that the Wizard of Oz sequel once held a Guinness World Record, learn some new Halloween slang the kids are using and become so befuddled with the placement of the film …
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Mark, Rick and Brian have a "reviewsit" of Return to Oz to celebrate the spooky Halloween season. After revealing how this darker sequel to the Wizard of Oz terrified them as children, the lads touch upon other Oz media that opened up the world from the original film, ponder whether the Land of Oz really exists vs. it all being in Dorothy's head an…
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Mark, Rick and Brian share some final thoughts on Cop and a Half, while discussing their irritation with recent extreme weather changes throughout the day. The lads look up the original Siskel & Ebert review, touch upon the sequel "Cop and a Half: New Recruit" as well as some other direct-to-DVD sequels of popular movies and confirm the exact day P…
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Mark, Rick and Brian have a "reviewsit" of Cop and a Half in honor of the late, great Burt Reynolds. After earning some new nicknames to go with their new microphone stands, the lads point out examples of why this movie could not be made today, comment on the effects of the flying Twinkies and discuss the limited range of toy walkie-talkies. The fe…
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In this special SUPER mini episode Mark, Rick and Brian get down to important business by introducing the improved updates to the Movie Cave and kicking off the long awaited "KING OF THE KING OF THE THING Ultimate Championship." Before doing so the lads share some final thoughts on Spy Hard, discover that fun facts on the film pretty much just mean…
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Mark, Rick and Brian have a "reviewsit" of the wacky Spy Hard, while enjoying the cool flow of an air conditioning tree. The lads discuss the evolution of parody films over the years, become surprised by the number of celebrity cameos throughout and read through the list of funny end credits. Rick also touches upon watching movies from the bathroom…
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Mark and Brian share some final thoughts on Waterworld, from a new Movie Tiki Hut location, while Rick is off celebrating his "marriage anniversary." The gents share findings on how there is still a running theme park stunt show based upon the movie, touch upon some of Kevin Costner's passion project films and engage in some dueling fun facts betwe…
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Mark, Rick and Brian have a "reviewsit" of Waterworld, while hiding out from ongoing thunder storms outside. Brian proposes a theory that the director of this 'Mad Max on Water' movie is really its star Kevin Costner just using a pseudonym, Mark recalls the novelization of the film that he read before seeing it for the first time and the lads comme…
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In this special Bonus Mini, Mark and Brian offer redemption to some previous runner-ups of past "King of the Things" to offer one wildcard of the Losers Bracket Challenge a spot in the future "KING OF THE KING OF THE THING Ultimate Super Championship." While the lads revisit past KOTTs that focused on Child Actors, Judges, Monsters, TV Themes, Holi…
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Mark, Rick and Brian share some final thoughts on Rookie of the Year, while also contemplating gathering pairs of animals (and a romantic DJ) to be prepared on an evening of torrential flooding. The lads revisit the random Wizard of Oz scene found in the movie, argue over their favorites of the 'Kid Baseball Film Quadrilogy' and wonder if the same …
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Mark, Rick and Brian have a "reviewsit" of the baseball flick Rookie of the Year in honor of its 25th anniversary, while also briefly chatting on the recent heat wave experienced in the Northeast. Mark shares the elaborate story of seeing it for the first time with a giant bag of Twinkies, the lads discuss the key role of the announcer in sports mo…
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Mark, Rick and Brian share some final thoughts on Hudson Hawk, while also giving Brian a quick recap of the zany movie he missed out on. The lads learn that Audrey Hepburn was almost cast in the film, make some dino-riffic suggestions for another Jurassic World sequel and finally get to meet Mrs. Chip's son, Thomas Chip. The fellas also play a roun…
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Mark and Rick have a "reviewsit" of Hudson Hawk with returning guest Josh Damoulakis, while Brian is in Disney brokering deals between Fox and Marvel. The lads chat with Josh about how the movie seemed to be 'James Bond Meets Bugs Bunny,' the extremely strange time jumps and quick scene edits that occur throughout and Mark shares how he never reall…
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Mark, Rick and Brian share some final thoughts on The Karate Kid, while also making another attempt to watch the Cobra Kai YouTube series. The lads tackle the rumor of Chuck Norris originally being cast in the film, discover that people often try to pick street fights with William Zabka and they share their own experiences in taking karate classes …
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