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15.1.14

PODCAST 82: Demon Knight & Bordello of Blood [Tales From the Crypt Edition]

This week Forest & Cory take a look at the ill fated Tales From the Crypt trilogy as they review, and share their love for Demon Knight and Bordello of Blood. Introduced by the Crypt Keeper in classic Crypt Keeper-pun slinging fashion.

Also, the gang chat about Cory meeting former WWE wrestler Mick Foley, Forest and his apartment freezing in subzero temperatures and the N64 game Goldeneye and how it hasn't aged well.

SHOW NOTES

DEMON KNIGHT

★ ★ ★

BORDELLO OF BLOOD

★ ★ ★ ½


Cory & Mick Foley

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2 comments:

Lee said...

Good show, guys. Liked both of these movies quite a bit when they came out. It's amazing how well the "Tales from the Crypt" tv show did back in the day and something like "Masters of Horror" sort of flopped by season two. Interesting choice to make these stand-alone films as it seems horror anthologies just don't seem to play as well these days, even though I've always really liked them, including the original "Tales from the Crypt", "Vault of Horror" and the other various Amicus ones, especially "From Beyond the Grave".

Gex said...

Goldeneye 007, N64. Oh the memories. I played that game a couple years ago and realized how bad the game has aged. It wasn't the graphics or lag that did it in for me, it was the aiming system. In single player it wasn't so bad because of the auto-aim, but in multiplayer mode, Jesus Christ. We couldn't hit the broad side of a barn. It's no wonder Bond never gets shot in those films.

I need to check those Tales From the Crypt films out.

I have a film recommendation, especially for John, since he likes fighting films. The Girl From Naked Eye. Now the film doesn't contain "that" much action, but what it does contain is pretty good. It will seem like an average B movie film with some decent action and laughs, until you get to the last act. Near the end of the film is one of the greatest fight sequences ever done, a 3 on 1 fight. Unlike most films, this fight is handled very realistically. Guys tire out when you would expect them to tire out, they get hurt from every hit (no one is invincible like John Cena), and it goes on for a surprising amount of time for 1 take.

In fact, that would be a decent Netflix Movie Night recommendation, next to Freerunner.