Updated: May 11, 2022
Welcome to the Back Look Cinema Podcast Blog. My name is Zo and I'm the host of the podcast. The gist of the show is that me and my son, Zach, watch movies that I love when I was growing up that Zach, had never seen before. From his perspective these movies are ancient. It's as if my mom had sat me down so that we could watch some of her favorite black and white films convinced that I would love them, too.
Fortunately, Zach is a virtual clone of myself, so he likes pretty much everything that I like. The movies that I expose him to are right up his alley; therefore, they're right up our alley. Getting to the meat and potatoes of this post I'm struggling to figure out why I should even write a blog. Is it to practice my typing? Nowadays, it's a practically useless skill that, along with cursive writing, is no longer taught in schools. Maybe I'll write up my rantings about movies, TV shows and such in a way that's much easier to do than on social media; although YouTube is much more lucrative for that sort of thing. On the other hand I have a face for radio, so video is probably not my bag. Maybe I just want to try new things. Maybe this will be my only blog. When it comes down to it why do anything?
If anyone happens to see this post I hope that you give our podcast a shot. It can be found on pretty much any platform from where you can download or stream podcasts. If you like old movies, and by "old" I mean movies from the 70's, (like Close Encounters of the Third Kind), the 80's (like Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark), or 90's (like Unforgiven featuring our special guest host: the crazy funny comic, Jonesy, from the Weird AF News Podcast), you'll definitely love it. Even if you enjoy the latest box office hits then you can catch our bonus episodes where I will give you a short, spoiler free impression on whether or not that particular movie is worth watching (like Dr. Strange and the Multiverse of Madness.)
So, however you like your movies, whether nice and cool or smoking hot, then check out The Back Look Cinema Podcast!