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22.7.15

PODCAST 161: Jaws 19 & Zombeavers


This week Forest completes his quest to review every Jaws film with his review of Jaws 19 -- as well as several of the other films in between. Cory covers the often recommended and much anticipated Zombeavers - "A nightmare that started as a wet-dream".

The Horror Duo also cover Jarrod, from Subway, being connected to pedophilia, rape-whistles, and Forest introduces Blade Runner at the Erie Art Museum's Film Series. Yep, you can tell already that it's going to be one of THOSE episode, and Forest says it best, "Ya can't escape the Clown Porn".

SHOW NOTES

JAWS 19

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ZOMBEAVERS

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4 comments:

Matt from MN said...

My favorite sequel is Sean S. Cunningham's "Jaws the 13th." It did use the cheesy premise of a sharknado dropping the great white in Camp Crystal Lake, but after that it was balls to the wall action. It was great watching Quint and Hooper hunt the shark while trying to hook up with camp counselors Emma Stone and Scarlett Johansson. Then Jason appears and brings the gore factor up to eleven. There's that great underwater fight scene that calls back to Fulci's "Zombi," which was definitely appreciated. The theater's chum-flavored popcorn was a poor gimmick, but I enjoyed Freddy Krueger's mid-credits scene. I give it 3.5 stars.

Gex said...

Speaking of rape whistles, have you guys seen this fucked up Canadian commercial?:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o92M92omEH0

Gex said...

Sorry, but I've gotta leave a second comment. You guys do know they're making a Tremors 5 right? Better yet, it's already made, and has a straight to DVD release date of October 6, 2015 according to Amazon.com. Goddamnit, for the love of Christ, can't they let this series just die? *runs off to cry alone in the corner*

Anonymous said...

Looking forward to Jaws 20: Back in da Hood with Snoop Dog & Jennifer Lawrence. I hear they are showing it Ganja Vision. Rumor is Snoop calls upon Bluntman & Chronic to help fight the shark. Special appearance by Willy Nelson as the old but wise codger no one listens to but should have.

John Walkiewicz