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PODCAST 76: Grabbers & Anatomy [Euro Edition]

This week Forest & Cory take a trip to Europe as they review films from both Ireland and Germany. Forest tackles the recently released Grabbers, and Cory shares his thoughts on Anatomy.

They also cover post-Thanksgiving and Black Friday and the various films that were watched over the past week, including Men in Black 3, Catching Fire and Grown Ups 2.



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Some exhibits at Body World show how the muscles are used in daily activities...

...while others are more like works of art.




Gex said...

The answer is Reb Brown.

In 1984, he won the Razzie nomination for Worst New Star in the film Yor: Hunter From the Future. Ironically enough, the actual winner of the Razzie award for Worst New Star in that year was Lou Ferrigno in Hercules. Guess they were destined to cross paths at some point.

The film in which Reb Brown was nominated in 1986, for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role, was Death of a Soldier. I do have to admit, that movie is a pretty well done solid film. The only other movie I know of that Reb Brown was in that was solid, where he was one of the main stars, was Uncommon Valor.

Despite that good movie under his belt, he and the same director's next film was the opposite of a good film. It was The Howling 2: Your Sister is a Werewolf (aka Stirba-Werewolf Bitch). It's not good, but it is so bad it's good.

Sources (in case you don't believe me):


Gex said...

Guess I should let you guys see a clip from that Death of a Soldier movie. If there's any scene that stands out from that entire movie, it's this one: