PODCAST: Episode 6 – The Goonies (1985)

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This month George & Charlie revisit beloved kids adventure, The Goonies! We jump on our bikes, head for the woods and go in search of what makes it a cult classic. Along the way, we discuss the talent behind the camera including Steven Spielberg and Richard Donner, as well as our favourite moments, some unique spin off ideas and the films’ influence on recent shows like Stranger Things.

Would you like to know more? Read George’s review in full HERE.

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Be sure to read George’s full movie review on The Goonies (1985)



Watch The Goonies: Making of Cult Classic here

Cinemasins: Everything Wrong with The Goonies in 8 mins or less

Goonies 25 Year Reunion Reunion: Empire Magazine

The Goonies Deleted Octopus Scene

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Brassy Horns –  http://freesound.org/people/klankbeeld/geotags/

Outro music by Frankumjay – https://soundcloud.com/frankumjay

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