RMG 31: Indian Summer (1993)

August 31, 2016

In this episode, the Retro Movie Geek crew are geeking out over Indian Summer (1993) and

  • summer camps
  • lifelong friendships
  • getting put back on the bus
  • Darrell’s appreciation of Julie Warner
  • and much, much more!


Seven friends reunite, for a week-long reunion, at a summer camp in Ontario, they used to attend as children, which is now threatened with being closed down.


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3 comments on “RMG 31: Indian Summer (1993)

  1. GammaDev Aug 31, 2016

    Thumbs up for mentioning Kubo and the Two Strings. It is a fun movie that the whole family can enjoy and has a surprising amount of depth. It’s a rare family film that doesn’t dumb down its content for kids. If you want to get a taste of Laika’s (the studio) previous work, Boxtrolls is availabe on Netflix Streaming right now.

    • Thanks Gamma! And I loved The Boxtrolls too! Correct me if I’m wrong, but I think they also did Paranorman. I haven’t seen it yet, but intend to watch with my kiddos this Halloween season.

      • GammaDev Sep 2, 2016

        Yes, Paranorman is one of theirs as well as Coraline. Paranorman is my favorite modern movie pick for Halloween. Your kids are going to love it.

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