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Ghostbusters! Independence Day!! Star Trek!!! Ice Age!!!! Jason Bourne!!! IT'S BEEN DONE BEFORE! And we're fed up! Grab some popcorn and listen in as Matt, Mike and Brit give their thoughts and opinions on all the sequels, remakes, reboots and carbon-copy movie ripoffs that Hollyweird has to offer.

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Theater IX: Aliens

EIn space, no one can hear you scream. In a industrial compound that is on a moon filled with xenomorphs, everyone can hear you scream. We saw the sequel to the best sci-fi horror film of all time, James Cameron’s Aliens. This movie picks up 57 years after the events of the first film when Ripley’s escape pod is found floating through space and taken back to civilization. The corporation blames Ripley for the destruction of the Nostromo and the loss of her crew. When communication with a colony of terraformers is lost, Ripley is sent back with a crew of marines to find out if xenomorphs are responsible. They return to the planet and are confronted by a hive of terrifying aliens that threaten to kill them, or worse yet, use them as living cocoons. It will take all of their courage and effort to make it out alive. Is Ripley the most badass female action star of all time? How great is Bill Paxton in this movie? WIll there ever be another movie from this franchise that is as good as th...

128 MIN2019 JAN 16
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Theater IX: Aliens

Theater IX: They Fly (1986)

EThis week’s episode takes us on a journey of transformation. We are witness to what happens when a man and an insect are fused on a molecular level. We saw David Cronenberg's The Fly and we’ll never be able to get some of what we saw out of our heads. This is one of the best body-horror films of all time. The movie follows a scientist that is on the verge of perfecting teleportation and a reporter that wants to share the story with the world. When the scientist tests the teleporter on himself, something goes wrong and it is time to “be afraid...be very afraid.” This film has a very small cast, but each of the main actors plays their role very well and adds to the overall story. Why was Seth so upset that Veronica was going to write a story about his project? Why was Seth so eager to test the telepod on himself after seeing what happened to the other baboons? Is Stathis the best creep in movie history? Does Stathis live in that office or just work there? Why doesn’t Veronica cha...

106 MIN2019 JAN 16
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Theater IX: They Fly (1986)

Theater IX: Cube 2 - Hypercube

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118 MIN2018 NOV 2
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Theater IX: Cube 2 - Hypercube

Theater IX: John Wick 2

EThis week we are taking a trip to a mythological New York City. One that is free from police and has a population made up of 60% professional assassins. We watched John Wick: Chapter 2 and we absolutely loved it. This sequel continues John Wick’s busy week of getting revenge by killing everyone in his path as he tries to settle an old debt with a bad man. It is a modern action-movie masterpiece that has wonderful pacing and keeps you wanting more until the end. Be honest, how happy were you that they didn’t hurt his dog this time? Is there a better killing machine than John Wick? Where did John Wick learn to do such amazing masonry work? Why do people continue to attack John Wick as if they have a chance of survival? We can’t wait to see John Wick 3 where he will be fighting ninjas while riding a horse. Thank you for all of the love you continue to show us. Please rate and review the podcast wherever you get it and if you like the show, share it with your friends. Also, please re...

107 MIN2018 OCT 9
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Theater IX: John Wick 2

Theater IX: True Lies

EThis week we have a few things to confess. Sadly, we have been lying to you for quite a long time. We are not your run of the mill boring podcasters, we are actually secret agents that have been running around the world stopping the forces of evil with cartoonish levels of violence followed by lots of dry cool wit. We watched the 1994 summer blockbuster, True Lies, and we can’t wait to talk about it. Arnold Schwarzenegger, the Austrian god of action movies, and James Cameron team up again in this James Bondesque action comedy and the results are nothing short of magical. It is a fun ride and well worth your time if you have not seen it yet. If only there was an alternate reality in which we got four True Lies movies and zero Avatar movies. What kind of salary is Harry getting from Omega Sector? Has Harry been a spy that gets involved in the types of shootouts that the movie opens with for 17 years and never been injured in a way that would make Helen or Dana question his work life?...

111 MIN2018 OCT 2
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Theater IX: True Lies

Theater VIII: Wayne's World 2

EThis week episode takes us to Aurora Illinois, which is a suburb of Chicago. Excellent! We’re putting on a music festival named Waynestock with our buddies, Wayne and Garth, in Wayne’s World 2. This movie takes place one year after the first film ended. Not much has changed for the guys and the plot hasn’t changed all that much either. Wayne and Garth still have their show, but are beginning to feel pressure to grow up and settle down in life. Cassandra is still working on her music career and another big name producer is looking to steal her away from Wayne. Wayne has a meeting within a dream with Jim Morrison that convinces him to put on a music festival in his hometown. They travel to England to team up with Del Preston, the greatest roadie that has ever lived, and get to work making Wayne’s dream a reality. There are lots of fun jokes and guest stars in the movie that make it well worth the watch. Should Garth have killed Honey’s ex-husband to win her love? When will we get...

90 MIN2018 SEP 6
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Theater VIII: Wayne's World 2

Theater VIII: O

EThis week on a very special episode of It’s Been Done Before, we’re going back to highschool to brush up on the modern interpretations of Shakespeare’s classic works. Just kidding, we watched the sub par 2001 remake of Othello affectionately referred to as O. This story very closely mirrors the original play but it is filled to the brim with late nineties teen movie actors and tropes. Odin is a highly recruited high school basketball player that is the only black student at a stuck up all white live-on-campus boarding school. His teammate Hugo is jealous of him or in love with him or something and he devises a plan to ruin Odin’s life. He convinces Odin that his girlfriend Desi is cheating on him with his best friend Michael. The movie follows this web of lies until it's ultimately tragic ending. Does every single character in this film both live and work at the school? Why didn’t they just set this movie at a college? Why are the only black characters in this movie a basketbal...

132 MIN2018 AUG 21
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Theater VIII: O

Theater VIII: Teen Wolf, Too

EThis week we’re taking a trip to college so we can soak in some culture, maybe take in a boxing match and then watch a man turn into a wolf right before our eyes. We watched Jason Bateman try his best in a sequel that lost the original movie’s star, Teen Wolf, Too. This wacky sequel ups the ante from the first movie and takes our hero Todd Howard to college on a boxing scholarship. Todd is the werewolf cousin of Scott Howard, Michael J. Fox in the first movie, and he has to use his wolf abilities to keep winning fights and return Hamilton College to its past glory. The problem is that Todd gets a little too full of himself, so he must apologize for his actions learn who he really is. What are the rules for turning into a werewolf in this movie? Why is college boxing such an important part of the school’s success? What percentage of the movie’s runtime do the montages take up? When did the students have time to learn the choreography for that dance party? How far does Uncle Harol...

123 MIN2018 JUL 31
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Theater VIII: Teen Wolf, Too

Theater VIII: Disturbia

EThis week, we’ve gotten ourselves into a little bit of trouble and we’re going to spending the next 90 days on house arrest. To prepare ourselves for this little staycation we watched the 2007 thriller, Disturbia, starring Shia LaBeouf. The movie is a modern adaptation of Rear Window that follows our hero, Kale, as he peeps on his whole neighborhood and creates an ever evolving plot about his neighbor being a killer. Kale is joined by his good buddy Ronnie and his new neighbor and love interest Ashley in his investigation of the creepy Mr. Turner. It is a pretty good movie that exceeded our expectations and is worth a watch. Why wasn’t the Spanish teacher held accountable for his role in the confrontation with Kale? Why does everyone in the movie just accept that Kale is spying on his neighbors and logging what he sees? Why would a person stare at the wind to get creative? Is Ronnie a good friend or a bad friend? Thank you for all of the love you continue to show us. Please rate ...

115 MIN2018 JUL 24
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Theater VIII: Disturbia

Theater VIII: Indiana Jones And The Temple Doom

EThis week we’re celebrating our 100th episode with an adventure to India. Lucky for us, our good buddy Indiana Jones is going to be our guide to The Temple of Doom! This is the second movie from the franchise that inspired a whole generation of archeologists. Indy teams up with his sidekick, Short Round, and a beautiful lounge singer named Willie Scott to find and return a magical stone to a small village in India. Along the way, they must stomach a bunch of weird food, survive deadly boobytraps, keep from lierally getting their hearts ripped out and hang on to avoid becoming crocodile food. This is a great movie and part of one of the greatest movie franchises of all time. Obviously we recommend it with the highest of praises. Why does everyone they meet speak fluent english? Why did Indy really let Willie “tag along”? What is the temperature in those catacombs? Who designed Mola Ram’s escape hatch? What were the British troops doing while Indy and the gang were in The Temple o...

149 MIN2018 JUL 17
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Theater VIII: Indiana Jones And The Temple Doom

Latest Episodes

Theater IX: Aliens

EIn space, no one can hear you scream. In a industrial compound that is on a moon filled with xenomorphs, everyone can hear you scream. We saw the sequel to the best sci-fi horror film of all time, James Cameron’s Aliens. This movie picks up 57 years after the events of the first film when Ripley’s escape pod is found floating through space and taken back to civilization. The corporation blames Ripley for the destruction of the Nostromo and the loss of her crew. When communication with a colony of terraformers is lost, Ripley is sent back with a crew of marines to find out if xenomorphs are responsible. They return to the planet and are confronted by a hive of terrifying aliens that threaten to kill them, or worse yet, use them as living cocoons. It will take all of their courage and effort to make it out alive. Is Ripley the most badass female action star of all time? How great is Bill Paxton in this movie? WIll there ever be another movie from this franchise that is as good as th...

128 MIN2019 JAN 16
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Theater IX: Aliens

Theater IX: They Fly (1986)

EThis week’s episode takes us on a journey of transformation. We are witness to what happens when a man and an insect are fused on a molecular level. We saw David Cronenberg's The Fly and we’ll never be able to get some of what we saw out of our heads. This is one of the best body-horror films of all time. The movie follows a scientist that is on the verge of perfecting teleportation and a reporter that wants to share the story with the world. When the scientist tests the teleporter on himself, something goes wrong and it is time to “be afraid...be very afraid.” This film has a very small cast, but each of the main actors plays their role very well and adds to the overall story. Why was Seth so upset that Veronica was going to write a story about his project? Why was Seth so eager to test the telepod on himself after seeing what happened to the other baboons? Is Stathis the best creep in movie history? Does Stathis live in that office or just work there? Why doesn’t Veronica cha...

106 MIN2019 JAN 16
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Theater IX: They Fly (1986)

Theater IX: Cube 2 - Hypercube

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118 MIN2018 NOV 2
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Theater IX: Cube 2 - Hypercube

Theater IX: John Wick 2

EThis week we are taking a trip to a mythological New York City. One that is free from police and has a population made up of 60% professional assassins. We watched John Wick: Chapter 2 and we absolutely loved it. This sequel continues John Wick’s busy week of getting revenge by killing everyone in his path as he tries to settle an old debt with a bad man. It is a modern action-movie masterpiece that has wonderful pacing and keeps you wanting more until the end. Be honest, how happy were you that they didn’t hurt his dog this time? Is there a better killing machine than John Wick? Where did John Wick learn to do such amazing masonry work? Why do people continue to attack John Wick as if they have a chance of survival? We can’t wait to see John Wick 3 where he will be fighting ninjas while riding a horse. Thank you for all of the love you continue to show us. Please rate and review the podcast wherever you get it and if you like the show, share it with your friends. Also, please re...

107 MIN2018 OCT 9
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Theater IX: John Wick 2

Theater IX: True Lies

EThis week we have a few things to confess. Sadly, we have been lying to you for quite a long time. We are not your run of the mill boring podcasters, we are actually secret agents that have been running around the world stopping the forces of evil with cartoonish levels of violence followed by lots of dry cool wit. We watched the 1994 summer blockbuster, True Lies, and we can’t wait to talk about it. Arnold Schwarzenegger, the Austrian god of action movies, and James Cameron team up again in this James Bondesque action comedy and the results are nothing short of magical. It is a fun ride and well worth your time if you have not seen it yet. If only there was an alternate reality in which we got four True Lies movies and zero Avatar movies. What kind of salary is Harry getting from Omega Sector? Has Harry been a spy that gets involved in the types of shootouts that the movie opens with for 17 years and never been injured in a way that would make Helen or Dana question his work life?...

111 MIN2018 OCT 2
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Theater IX: True Lies

Theater VIII: Wayne's World 2

EThis week episode takes us to Aurora Illinois, which is a suburb of Chicago. Excellent! We’re putting on a music festival named Waynestock with our buddies, Wayne and Garth, in Wayne’s World 2. This movie takes place one year after the first film ended. Not much has changed for the guys and the plot hasn’t changed all that much either. Wayne and Garth still have their show, but are beginning to feel pressure to grow up and settle down in life. Cassandra is still working on her music career and another big name producer is looking to steal her away from Wayne. Wayne has a meeting within a dream with Jim Morrison that convinces him to put on a music festival in his hometown. They travel to England to team up with Del Preston, the greatest roadie that has ever lived, and get to work making Wayne’s dream a reality. There are lots of fun jokes and guest stars in the movie that make it well worth the watch. Should Garth have killed Honey’s ex-husband to win her love? When will we get...

90 MIN2018 SEP 6
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Theater VIII: Wayne's World 2

Theater VIII: O

EThis week on a very special episode of It’s Been Done Before, we’re going back to highschool to brush up on the modern interpretations of Shakespeare’s classic works. Just kidding, we watched the sub par 2001 remake of Othello affectionately referred to as O. This story very closely mirrors the original play but it is filled to the brim with late nineties teen movie actors and tropes. Odin is a highly recruited high school basketball player that is the only black student at a stuck up all white live-on-campus boarding school. His teammate Hugo is jealous of him or in love with him or something and he devises a plan to ruin Odin’s life. He convinces Odin that his girlfriend Desi is cheating on him with his best friend Michael. The movie follows this web of lies until it's ultimately tragic ending. Does every single character in this film both live and work at the school? Why didn’t they just set this movie at a college? Why are the only black characters in this movie a basketbal...

132 MIN2018 AUG 21
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Theater VIII: O

Theater VIII: Teen Wolf, Too

EThis week we’re taking a trip to college so we can soak in some culture, maybe take in a boxing match and then watch a man turn into a wolf right before our eyes. We watched Jason Bateman try his best in a sequel that lost the original movie’s star, Teen Wolf, Too. This wacky sequel ups the ante from the first movie and takes our hero Todd Howard to college on a boxing scholarship. Todd is the werewolf cousin of Scott Howard, Michael J. Fox in the first movie, and he has to use his wolf abilities to keep winning fights and return Hamilton College to its past glory. The problem is that Todd gets a little too full of himself, so he must apologize for his actions learn who he really is. What are the rules for turning into a werewolf in this movie? Why is college boxing such an important part of the school’s success? What percentage of the movie’s runtime do the montages take up? When did the students have time to learn the choreography for that dance party? How far does Uncle Harol...

123 MIN2018 JUL 31
Comments
Theater VIII: Teen Wolf, Too

Theater VIII: Disturbia

EThis week, we’ve gotten ourselves into a little bit of trouble and we’re going to spending the next 90 days on house arrest. To prepare ourselves for this little staycation we watched the 2007 thriller, Disturbia, starring Shia LaBeouf. The movie is a modern adaptation of Rear Window that follows our hero, Kale, as he peeps on his whole neighborhood and creates an ever evolving plot about his neighbor being a killer. Kale is joined by his good buddy Ronnie and his new neighbor and love interest Ashley in his investigation of the creepy Mr. Turner. It is a pretty good movie that exceeded our expectations and is worth a watch. Why wasn’t the Spanish teacher held accountable for his role in the confrontation with Kale? Why does everyone in the movie just accept that Kale is spying on his neighbors and logging what he sees? Why would a person stare at the wind to get creative? Is Ronnie a good friend or a bad friend? Thank you for all of the love you continue to show us. Please rate ...

115 MIN2018 JUL 24
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Theater VIII: Disturbia

Theater VIII: Indiana Jones And The Temple Doom

EThis week we’re celebrating our 100th episode with an adventure to India. Lucky for us, our good buddy Indiana Jones is going to be our guide to The Temple of Doom! This is the second movie from the franchise that inspired a whole generation of archeologists. Indy teams up with his sidekick, Short Round, and a beautiful lounge singer named Willie Scott to find and return a magical stone to a small village in India. Along the way, they must stomach a bunch of weird food, survive deadly boobytraps, keep from lierally getting their hearts ripped out and hang on to avoid becoming crocodile food. This is a great movie and part of one of the greatest movie franchises of all time. Obviously we recommend it with the highest of praises. Why does everyone they meet speak fluent english? Why did Indy really let Willie “tag along”? What is the temperature in those catacombs? Who designed Mola Ram’s escape hatch? What were the British troops doing while Indy and the gang were in The Temple o...

149 MIN2018 JUL 17
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Theater VIII: Indiana Jones And The Temple Doom
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