With Pokemon Sword and Shield finally getting an official November 15th release date we think it's about time to look back at our very first Poke-related episode in Childhood Rewind history.

We hope you enjoy this blast from the past as we talk about Pokemon: Indigo League!

Imagine having twelve children. Now imagine eleven of them living with you under one roof. This is the life of Steve Martin and Bonnie Hunt in the family friendly flick "Cheaper by the Dozen" (2003). 


Your favorite Peridox boys breakdown the ins and outs of the film and let you know whether "Cheaper by the Dozen" is worth watching sixteen years later.


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"Freaky Friday" stars Jamie Lee Curtis and Lindsay Lohan as a mother and daughter who don't see eye to eye until a magical fortune cookie makes them walk in each other's shoes. 

The boys rave about this 2003 hit while also making time to talk about rollercoasters, open relationships, and "John Tucker Must Die".

Hope you enjoy your time in... The Peridox. 

The Peridox boys are back with another film in the Pokemon universe in, "Pokemon: The Movie 2000" (1999). This time we follow Ash and his pals as they attempt to save Moltres, Zapdos, and Articuno from capture. As always we rate this movie on the childhood meter and let you know if this flick is still up to snuff for adults.


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April 25, 2019

“Mean Girls” (2004)

As per Josh's request this week on Childhood Rewind the Peridox Bois will be talking "Mean Girls". So come on in and enjoy the conversation even if you don't even go here.

Don't forget to leave us a 5-star review and if you're wondering how many times you should recommend this podcast remember that the limit doesn't exist.

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April 18, 2019

“Brother Bear” (2003)

Josh is on vacation so this week's pod will just be J and Dio as they rewatch 2003's "Brother Bear", starring Joaquin Phoenix. Dio has fond childhood memories of this movie. J isn't sure if he's even seen it before. But both will rank it on the childhood meter and let y'all know if its still worth watching as an adult. 

Also Phil Collins did the music for "Brother Bear" so this'll be a good one guys.

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On this milestone 50th episode of Childhood Rewind the Peridox boys decided to bring y'all a little something special!

Instead of covering just one film or tv show from our childhoods like we usually do we will instead be taking on a bracket of 32 Disney theatrically released animated Disney films to see which flick takes home the number one spot. 

Disagree with our list? Make sure to let us know what your number one pick is on Twitter. You can find us at twitter.com/theperidox.

Thank you so much for the continued support on our way towards this milestone and we hope that you enjoy this 50th episode extravaganza!

April 4, 2019

“Spider-Man” (2002)

For our ultra special 49th episode we're covering Sam Raimi's "Spider-Man" starring Tobey Maguire (2002). Come along as we talk about our friendly neighborhood Spider-Man and what this film meant to our childhoods. 

Remember that next week will be our super special 50th episode EXTRAVAGANZA and we hope to see all of you there. 

We can't wait, but for now let's enter... The Peridox. 

March 27, 2019

“Bring It On” (2000)

Last week was a hectic one as The Peridox bois took on another 12-hour stream on twitch.tv/theperidox. Because of that we delayed this episode a week and we apologize for anyone experiencing episode withdrawal symptoms. 

But fret not because WE'RE back and swinging with everyone's third favorite cheerleading movie "Bring It On" (2000).

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March 14, 2019

“Shark Tale” (2004)

Welcome back for yet another episode of Childhood Rewind! J, Josh and Dio are talking "Shark Tale" starring the new Genie himself, Will Smith. 

The film focuses on the most unlikely of duos in Oscar, a fish up to his fins in debt, and Lenny a vegetarian shark. That's all you need to know for now and so let's enter... The Peridox. 

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