LTMR Hindsight

LTMR Hindsight: September Movies 1980-1984

Episode #45

LTMR Hindsight is a series of podcasts that allows for a more in depth discussion about an area of film that we often don’t get to talk about when discussing an individual movie.

For our eighth episode of LTMR Hindsight, we look back at the month of September.  And since it appears that Hollywood reserves September as its “dump” month, we looked back at five years worth of films so that we could fill up an entire podcast.  Join us as we review the dust bin of Hollywood as we talk about some films that you probably never heard of, as well as some surprising gems that overcame their lowly September release status and went on to win the Academy Award for Best Picture.

Some of the films we discuss are

Ordinary People, Tim, Mommie Dearest, Continental Divide, Chariots of Fire, Carbon Copy, The Incubus, Eating Raoul, Nightmares, Revenge of the Ninja, Educating Rita, Eddie and the Cruisers, The Big Chill, Exterminator 2, Ninja III: The Domination, Amadeus, All of Me, and Irreconcilable Differences.

Join the Children as they take a more detailed look back at some of the films from our childhood.

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