Rank #1: "Pokemon" (1997)
Gotta catch em' all! Dio, Josh, and J partner with Ash, Brock, and Misty on their journey through the Indigo League. The squad couldn't be more hype to be talking about this classic as they explore a variety of questions about the series they have after their adult viewing. So grab some Pokeballs and your trusty sidekick so we can enter ... The Peridox.
Rank #2: "Osmosis Jones" (2001)
Join the Peridox bois, Osmosis Jones, and Drix as they try to take down the evil villiain Thrax. We go over the film, our impressions as kids, our adult impressions, and lastly we talk about how unimaginably gross Bill Murray was in the movie.
Let's enter... The Peridox.
Rank #3: "Lilo and Stitch" (2002)
Boy, do we have a hot episode for you today. This week we covered "Lilo and Stitch" and we couldn't be happier. Come for the film analysis and review and stay for the onslaught of tangents and cuss words. Sorry we're a few hours late but we had a big article published on theperidox.com so make sure you check it out if you can spare the time.
And now... let's enter... The Peridox.
Rank #4: "Hercules" (1997)
As we continue our streak of classic Disney movies let's hop on Pegasus as we explore the tale of Hercules, a son of gods who is banished to the human world and robbed of his immortality. In order to gain back this immortality the powerful warrior must go on a journey to become a "true hero". Will he go the distance?
Rank #5: "Mulan" (1998)
The Peridox boys missed a week due to unforseen circumstances but they're back with a vengeance. So come one, come all as we travel across the globe and back in time to revisit this incredible Chinese folktale. This week on Childhood Rewind we talk about the Disney classic, "Mulan" (1999). Strap your seatbelts because we cover not only the film, not only our childhood impressions but (for some odd reason) Drake and Szechuan sauce. Let's enter The Peridox.
Rank #6: "Ice Age" (2002)
Sid, Manny, and Diego make up our plucky crew as they try to return a human baby to its father while dodging dodos, collapsing walls of ice, and sabertooth tigers. This 2002 animation went on to construct a whole franchise with its latest installment being released just 2 years ago. So let's travel back to a time where our polar ice caps were meltin...wait a minute... Let's enter The Peridox.
Rank #7: SPECIAL: YWMT - "Justice League" (2017)
This week, our old show "Yo, Who Made This?" is making a surprise appearance on Childhood Rewind and you guys might as well get used to it. YWMT won't be back often but when we do pull out our Mother Boxes to resurrect it it'll certainly come back swinging. On this episode we will be talking about 2017's "Justice League". The downsides, the upsides, but mostly the horrid, horrid downsides. If you guys enjoy "Yo, Who Made This?" and would like to hear more episodes reach out to us on any of our various social media platforms and make sure to leave us a 5 star review so other podcast listeners can discover us and our nonsensical ramblings.
Rank #8: "Avatar: The Last Airbender" (Season 1)
No this isn't the horrendous M. Night Shyamalan film we're talking the O.G series and all it's splendor. The Peridox boys will be joining Team Avatar as they attempt to fulfill Aang's destiny to master all elements on his journey to restoring peace to a war-torn world.
Rank #9: "Tarzan" (1999)
When a boy raised by gorillas encounters other humans for the first time as an adult he struggles to decipher where he belongs in the world. Torn between his human likeness and his gorilla upbringing. Josh, Dio, and J discuss the film and that INCREDIBLE Phil Collins soundtrack.
Rank #10: "Smart House" (1999)
Sorry for the slightly late upload y'all. Dio done goofed and left his laptop at work but late is better than never right? So here is this week's episode centered around the Disney Channel Original Movie "Smart House". The film follows Ben who wins an artifcially intelligent house for his family still recovering from the passing of his mother. But when Ben is driven to tinker with the house's intelligence his dream house soon becomes his worst nightmare.
Rank #11: "Spy Kids" (2001)
If you want to relive the 2000's this is definitely an episode for you because nothing gets more 2000's than Robet Rodriguez's mini phenomenon, "Spy Kids" (2001). Come enjoy our conversation about one of your childhood favorites. But if you haven't seen the film don't worry because we'll be sure to make you feel like you have.
Rank #12: "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" (2000)
If the summer heat is keeping ya down we have the perfect remedy: Ron Howard's "How the Grinch Stole Christmas". So don't be a grinch and enter The Peridox with us as we dissect the many intricacies of Whoville and the origin of the term "grinch". Spoilers and explicit language warning.
Rank #13: "The Emperor's New Groove" (2000)
If you've never seen or want to revisit the tale of Emperor Kuzco this is the episode for you. The absurdly cocky soon-to-be 18 year-old grew accustomed to a life of maximum luxury. No one and nothing would dare throw off his groove. That is, until his former administrator turns him into a llama.
Let's enter... The Peridox.
Rank #14: "The Incredibles" (2004)
After a 14 year wait "Incredibles 2" FINALLY hit theaters last week and though many of you have seen it already it's never too late to rewind and appreciate the original. And for those of you who haven't seen the sequel join us as we re-enjoy the adventures of the superpowered Parr family, we promise this will be a great refresher before you enjoy the new film.