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14.5.14

PODCAST 99: Barbarian Queen & Castle Freak [The Lower-Rent Edition]


This week Forest & Cory spend a second week slumming it with cheesy barbarian flicks and Full Moon movies. Forest reviews the Deathstalker spin-off Barbarian Queen and Cory shares his thoughts on Stuart Gordon's Castle Freak.

The gang also chat about Forest's birthday celebration, the beginning of the flea market season and the Blu-ray release of Tourist Trap is mysteriously missing five minutes of footage. All this and Cory "looks like breakfast!".

SHOW NOTES

BARBARIAN QUEEN

CASTLE FREAK

★ ★ ★ ½

Now enjoy the wonderful works of Boris Vallejo. Some of you may recognize his style from various sets of cards released by Marvel Comics in the 90s. Check out his other work here.


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3 comments:

Gex said...

My asshole.

With that out of the way, how about a dumb joke? How many tickles are you supposed to give an octopus? Answer below.

Despite how bad these sword and sorcery movies tend to be, you have to admire the artwork for them. That should say something about the state of advertising films today. Back then, you couldn't tell a good film from a bad one just by the posters/film covers alone. Nowadays, it's fucking easy.

By the way, hentai tentacles. Tentacles. Tentickles. Ten tickles. Just in case this turns into another "Arty chokes" situation.

Anonymous said...

Combs is awesome. Another example of his intensity is The Frighteners. Last year I finally watched Star Trek Deep Space Nine & he did a great job playing 3 different characters. He also had appearances on Voyager & Enterprise. He's been doing VO work for cartoons & recently played Edgar Allan Poe in a one play at the Steve Allen Theater in Hollywood. I would love to have him at the horror fest. He did the voice of a mold creature for a movie entered in our competition last year. -John Walkiewicz

Anonymous said...

Combs is awesome. Another example of his intensity is The Frighteners. Last year I finally watched Star Trek Deep Space Nine & he did a great job playing 3 different characters. He also had appearances on Voyager & Enterprise. He's been doing VO work for cartoons & recently played Edgar Allan Poe in a one man play at the Steve Allen Theater in Hollywood. I would love to have him at the horror fest. He did the voice of a mold creature for a movie entered in our competition last year. -John Walkiewicz