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PODCAST 90: Leprechaun 2 & Leprechaun 3 [St. Patrick's Edition]

This week Forest & Cory, yet again, view and review Leprechaun movies just in time for St. Patrick's Day. This year it is Leprechaun 2 and Leprechaun 3 that 'cause the horror-duo to shake their heads.

The gang also cover the Oscars, Hunger Games films, music from The Ventures and Spring is on it's way, even if Slaughter Film has to force it!




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Gex said...
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Gex said...

Jesus Christ Forest, why do you torture yourself with these movies every St. Patrick's Day? There are other films to choose from for that occasion, such as Rawhead Rex. It may not have leprechaun's in it or be themed around St. Patrick's Day, but it's made it Ireland, so close enough.

That aside, I'd like to make a big request. Forest, do you think you could review the Hesei Godzilla series instead of the Millenium series? I'll give you some good reasons why you should:

1. You already started with The Return of Godzilla (aka Godzilla 1985), so 1 down, 6 to go, which is the same amount of films you would have to go through with the Millenium series.

2. This series did a lot for the Godzilla franchise, comparable to what Tim Burton and Christopher Nolan did for the Batman franchise. It took something that was treated as dumb camp fun and took it back to its roots, making it a lot more dark and serious, and overall better than its previous rendition. The Millenium series is more of the same, just with CGI thrown in.

3. The movies are overall better. Not to mention the final movie in the series is arguably the greatest Godzilla movie ever made. If you were crying at the end of Godzilla 1985, you'll probably need anti-depressants after Godzilla vs. Desotroyah. It's every bit as sad as it is fucking awesome. There is no better way anyone could have ended the franchise better than that film. It's satisfying and has closure.

4. Have I ever steered you wrong?

I vote for Die Hard. That one wins, easily.

Kenneth Serenyi said...

Unfortunately I'm not really a fan of the Millennium Godzilla movies as a whole. I think I only own one of them. The Mechagodzilla one doesn't even feature Godzilla very much. Still, your epic descriptions of bad movies are often better than the movies themselves. I look forward to hearing what you have to say about them.