Mike and John examine the 1994 film "Blink" and the supporting evidence it provides for the 1990s being held in sway by what they call "The Eszterhas Effect." Along the way, they share some fun stories from their own memories of 1994, the omnipresence of the Irish influence on the broader culture, and trade a few observations about the film's larger authenticity.
They also ask the questions, "Is January almost over?" and "Are 1994 films getting better?" Then they present the larger slate of films on the docket for next week!
Join them on their continuing, fun journey exploring 25 Years Ago on Film!