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That Podcast Thing is a UK based podcast network that is building up an interesting portfolio of shows. We start with Home Movie Club, where, for each episode, we take an irreverent (and many times irrelevant) look at the highest grossing movies since 1930.

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    Home Movie Club Episode 20 - "I Know..."

    We return to a Galaxy far far away when we tackle 1980s highest grossing movie. That's right, it's time for Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back.

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    Home Movie Club Episode 19 - "Defenestration"

    This time we look at 1954s Rear Window, a Hitchcock classic about a murder... or is it? When a man is trapped in a room for weeks on end, does his imagination get the better of him, or is there really foul play in the apartment across the courtyard?

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    Home Movie Club Episode 17 - "A Diamond in the Rough"

    This time we look at 1992s Disney hit, Aladdin. With a stellar performance from the late, great Robin Williams, and some seriously catchy songs, this can't be a film we didn't universally all love, can it?

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    Home Movie Club Episode 14 - "Puny God"

    Podcasters Assemble!! This time we look at 2012s Avengers Assemble, the first of the big league MCU team cross-overs, and the film that set the standard for all that followed. But is it any good, and have we played too much of the Lego Avengers game to be subjective?

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    Home Movie Club Episode 13 - "Save Our Souls"

    We've got a sinking feeling about this as the the good ship HMC faces down something worse than a rogue iceberg. Yes, it's James Cameron's 1997 mega-hit, Titanic.

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    Home Movie Club Episode 12 - "Inexplicable Accents"

    Kong! Kong! Kong! Kong!

    Yep, in this episode we have been watching the highest grossing movie of 1933, King Kong. But is this a Great Ape, or does this movie just make a monkey out of all of us?

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