Gremlins

Don't get him wet, keep him out of bright light, and never NEVER feed him after midnight.

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Podcast Release Date:
Dec 24, 2013

Gremlins Series Episode 1

Will the Gremlins make this Christmas more bloody than merry?

In the mid 1980s there was no bigger name in film than Steven Spielberg. As a director he had a string of major hits, including E.T. which became the top grossing film of all time. Even films he didn’t direct but only produced, such as Poltergeist and The Goonies, benefited from having his name high on the title. Also in this category was Gremlins, the 1984 film about a small town overrun by small, evil creatures. Directed by The Howling‘s Joe Dante, this film provided a combination of horror, comedy, and Christmas. Now join Stuart, Arnie, and Jakob as they review this film, from the cuddly Mogwai to the creepy Gremlins to that lingering smell that makes Kate hate Christmas.

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Movie Details

Series
Gremlins
Original Title
Gremlins
Title
Gremlins
Director
Joe Dante
Author
Producer
Michael Finnell
Writer
Chris Columbus
Actors
Zach Galligan, Phoebe Cates, Hoyt Axton, Frances Lee McCain, Corey Feldman, Keye Luke, John Louie, Dick Miller, Jackie Joseph, Polly Holliday, Judge Reinhold, Edward Andrews, Belinda Balaski, Scott Brady, Don Steele, Susan Burgess, Harry Carey, Jr., Donald Elson, Howie Mandel, Jonathan Banks, Bob Bergen, Frank Welker, Glynn Turman, Chuck Jones, Michael Winslow, Arnie Moore, Danny Llewelyn, Lois Foraker, Kenny Davis, Nicky Katt, Tracy Wells, John C. Becher, Gwen Willson, Joe Brooks, Jim McKrell, Fred Newman, Mark Dodson, Peter Cullen, Michael Sheehan, Bob Holt, Jerry Goldsmith
Runtime
1 h 46 min
Release Date
7 June 1984
Genres
Fantasy, Horror, Comedy
Overview
When Billy Peltzer is given a strange but adorable pet named Gizmo for Christmas, he inadvertently breaks the three important rules of caring for a Mogwai, and unleashes a horde of mischievous gremlins on a small town.

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