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Often considered to be one of the most important American political movies ever made, All the President’s Men is a film that truly stands the test of time. Now, in the wake of current political scandal in the United States, it’s also perhaps never been more prescient. Dave, Ivan, and Mike re-visit the 1976 classic to see how viewing it in today’s tumultuous landscape reflects current events, and how the film artistically holds up as a whole.

Featuring Steve Martin in his first starring role in a major motion picture, Carl Reiner’s  The Jerk is a comedy touchstone of sorts—it is consistently ranked as one of the best comedies ever made. But, now, almost 40 years later, are the laughs still as big? Dave, Mike, and Ivan check out this seminal fool’s journey to find out. Phone books not included.

As we enter Halloween season, Mike, Dave, and Ivan revisit the 1973 horror film, The Exorcist. Director William Friedkin’s film is considered a classic, nominated for 10 Academy Awards and frequently topping lists of the best “scary movies.” But, now that it’s 2014, does this venerable film still hold up?