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29.3.17

PODCAST 249: Blade & Tank Girl [Another 90's Comics Edition]


This week the Horror Duo conclude their exploration of 90's superhero movies. Forest shares his thoughts on the gothic, techno-rave fueled adaptation of Marvel Comics' Blade. Cory endures a flamboyant punk landscape of the futuristic dystopia that is Tank Girl.
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22.3.17

PODCAST 248: Spawn & The Crow [90's Comics Edition]


This week the Horror Duo kick off two weeks of 90's superhero movies. Forest covers why Todd McFarlane's theatrical Spawn film got lack-luster reviews and is now regarded as one that has not aged well. Cory basks in all that is the 90s with Brandon Lee's last film, The Crow.
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15.3.17

PODCAST 247: SS Girls & Frankenstein's Army [Naziploitation Edition]


This week the Horror Duo address the Naziploitation sub-genre of film. Forest shares his thoughts on Bruno Mattei's first film, SS Girls, (aka The Private House of the SS). Cory reviews the found footage monster extravaganza that is Frankenstein's Army.
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8.3.17

PODCAST 246: King Kong & King Kong Lives


This week the Horror Duo prepare for the release of Kong: Skull Island, by revisiting the Dino De Laurentiis Kong films. Forest compares King Kong to the '33 original, and Cory shares his thoughts on King Kong Lives...before he dies again.
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1.3.17

PODCAST 245: The Clones of Bruce Lee & The Dragon Lives Again [Bruceploitation Redux Edition]


This week the Horror Duo return to the kung fu genre to FINALLY do Bruceploitation justice. Forest reviews the quintessential Bruce Lee rip-off, The Clones of Bruce Lee. Cory watches a a film that leaves him speechless - The Dragon Lives Again - a film about Bruce Lee kicking ass in the after life...with Popeye the Sailor Man?
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22.2.17

PODCAST 244: Bugged! & Super Fly [Black Bug Edition]


This Week the Horror Duo tackle two more blaxploitation flicks before the end of Black History Month. Forest reviews the other Troma released film with an all black cast, Bugged!. Cory shares his thoughts on the cocaine laced classic, Super Fly.
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