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12.12.12

PODCAST 26: Tales From the Dark Side & Rare Exports

This week Cory kicks off the holiday season with Rare Exports, and Forest reviews the anthology film from 1990, Tales From the Dark Side. Cory also shares his weekend tale of how he met Elvira at the Steel City Comic Con. All this and Forest explains how he is a beer chugging thief! Pour yourself a big glass of Eggnog and enjoy.

Also, the guys have a philosophical conversation about micro brews & Rocky films, and make sure to check out Big Sushi's edition of Spoiled Sushi in which they review and discuss The Walking Dead video game.

SHOW NOTES

TALES FROM THE DARK SIDE

★ ★ ★

RARE EXPORTS

★ ★ ★ ½

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2 comments:

Matthew Stewart said...

Good takes on both films guys. I always find it interesting that John Harrison was the director of Tales from the Darkside: The Movie and he also provided the awesome music for Creepshow.

Speaking of Creepshow, the one movie that always freaked me out as a kid, and is still pretty scary, and a good way to get friends to jump who have never seen it. Two scenes in particular are when Nathan Gratham's hand pops out of his grave and when the creature in The Crate pops out to grab Wilma.

I know Halloween is over, but I'd love to hear your take on "Trick r Treat" the only anthology in the past ten years or so that's worth a damn.

Anyway, great job as always, and if you guys get a chance, check out a review site that my friends and I have been working on for the past few months

http://simplisticreviews.blogspot.com/

Gex said...

There is a Gargoyles movie. Made in 1972, starring Cornel Wilde and Grayson Hall, made for tv. It is called Gargoyles.

Horror tale anthologies. Hmmm. Have you watched Tales From the Crypt, the 1972 film made before the series?