Episode #47 – Spotlight: Home Alone

Today, kids movies tend to be thought of as Pixar, talking animal cartoons, or even the marvel films to some extent. The live-action kids movie was something that was quite commonly produced during the 1990s however, and one of the most popular and most successful of its kind was Home Alone. Not only has the film’s popularity maintained over the years, but something interesting has happened; over time, the film has grown to become a beloved holiday classic as well. To celebrate the film’s 30th Anniversary, the panel takes a look back and relieves the heart, humor, and high jinks of Home Alone.


Zack Slater
Frank Melman (on Twitter)
Tommy Smithereens (on Twitter)
Clifton (on Twitter)

Produced by Zack Slater

Produced/Edited by Clifton (on Twitter)

Engineered by Mike BlueLion209

Music: Arpy – Dan Henig  
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Episode Notes Home Alone

The Map Poster Giveaway Included with Home Alone on VHS

promotional poster for Home Alone that shows a map of Kevin's house and shows where all of the traps were.

Angels With Dirty Faces (1938) – which the film within the film Angels With Filthy Souls is a reference to

Movie Advertisement Poster for the 1938 film Angels With Dirty Faces starring James Cagney and Pat O'Brien with the "Dead End" Kids, Humphrey Bogart

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