"The Rewind Project" is a podcast that celebrates the milestone anniversaries of some of your favorite movies.
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I’ve followed this podcast - and it’s predecessor- from the very beginning. I never miss an episode. It’s simply terrific to listen to this group of friends talk together about some of the best movies ever made. The real gift is that it causes me to revisit these movies - watch them again - and relive the wonderful experiences that they brought the first time I had seen them. I trust Eric, Allie and Matt to inform, entertain and inspire me every time I listen to an episode. It’s simply the b... more
This podcast is so much fun to listen to. I enjoy hearing their perspectives on movies. Sometimes I agree and sometimes I don’t know. But I always have a great time. Keep up the good work folks!
Eric is an insufferable know-it-all, who doesn’t know much at all insisting that you hear him anyway. Ally is a bit more tolerable. Matt hardly gets a word in.
These guys are super funny and super entertaining. The hosts, Eric and Stacey, have great chemistry and offer fun insights and breakdowns of the films they watch. more
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The Rewind Project launched 4 years ago and published 100 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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