This is Spinal Tap
Burkey's back and bringing things up to 11 with This is Spinal Tap! The definitive mockumentary is still as sharp and hilarious as it was in 1984, and set the stage for all the Christopher's Guest films to come. Tonight we're gonna rock you...tonight!
Cats (Bonus episode)
Season 2, Ep. 7
Movies that Rock knows it's not Thanksgiving without a turkey, and with help from Philip Bergman and carve up the biggest cinematic turkey of 2019, Cats! Enjoy this special Thanksgiving bonus episode!
Let it Be
Season 2, Ep. 6
Josh welcomes the return of cohost Philip Bergman as they tackle the legendary, still unreleased 1970 Beatles' film LET IT BE. Josh and Philip discuss the drama, tumult, and folklore that surrounds the film and its accompanying soundtrack album. And, don't forget, the iconic rooftop concert. The film is hard to find, but if you happen to find it, check it out and tune in for this great talk.
Rocky Horror Picture Show/ Shock Treatment
Season 2, Ep. 5
Time Warp into this Halloween bonus episode! Pat Francis of Rock Solid joins Josh for a special twofer featuring The Rocky Horror Picture Show and its 1981 sequel Shock Treatment. Enjoy this super fun Halloween treat!Also, stay tuned to Twitter for a special giveaway of Shock Treatment on DVD!
Season 2, Ep. 4
Cut loose with Josh, Mary Layton and Nick Bambach as they talk about the 1984 classic dance film Footloose! This was a first time watch for Josh and Nick and they have a blast talking about the music, the romance, the dancing and of course, all six degrees of Kevin Bacon. Enjoy this super fun episode!
Season 2, Ep. 3
Happy 20th Anniversary to the best film about rock and roll journalism, Almost Famous! Rock journalist and Albums Uncovered host Aaron Conn joins Josh to talk about the impact the movie had on his life and career, as well as its lasting influence on rock films in general.
The Girl Can't Help It
Season 2, Ep. 2
Burkey is back to talk about one of the most important of all rock movies..."The Girl Can't Help It"! Burkey and Josh venture to the early days of rock and roll with this wildly entertaining Jayne Mansfield romp that features music from Little Richard, Eddie Cochran, Fats Domino, The Platters and many other rock architects. And the movie is a blast!