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16.9.15

PODCAST 169: Feeders 2 & The Collection


This week Forest and Cory revisit Feeders and The Collector by taking on their respective sequels, Feeders 2: Slay Bells and The Collection.

The Horror Duo also chat about the soon to be made Jeepers Creepers 3, and monster mashups including a future Godzilla Vs King Kong film. They also carry on about the legality of using public domain characters made famous by enormous companies like Universal Studios.

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SHOW NOTES

FEEDERS 2

★ ★

THE COLLECTION

★ ★ ★


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5 comments:

imbatman8472 said...

phantasm

Gex said...

Godzilla would kick King Kong's ass. Fuck the first KvG film for implying otherwise. If they were to make a KvG movie and have Kong stand a chance, he would have to fight the son of Godzilla, while he's still young and maturing, but not young enough to look like that walking talking turd from Godzilla's Revenge. Get Junior from Godzilla vs. Destroyah! At least then they would be the same height.

Of course Titus was a dark comedy. There's a scene when Titus is getting everyone to carry in the heads and hands of his sons who have been killed, and he asks his daughter who had her hands cut off to carry in one of the hands, and she does so with her mouth. If that isn't dark comedy, I don't know what is.

By the way, I don't know if you've done this yet Forest, but I read the Carnosaur novel. It's completely different from the movie. There's no plot about a chicken virus making women give birth to dinosaurs, and there's no government creeps creating genetically modified foods. The characters are completely different, and don't even have the same names. And there's sex scenes, and one character is a nymphomaniac. The theme of the film is about mankind destroying itself and nature, the theme of the book is about sex and relationships (ex: one of the dinosaurs doesn't have any mate to fuck, so it gets pissed off and goes on a killing spree). The only thing the film and novel seem to have in common is that they both have dinosaurs in them, and that's it. It's worth reading, 'cause it is entertaining, but I didn't think it was fantastic, especially since the middle portion of the novel slows down a little too much.

Lee Russell said...

"The Collector" was surprisingly good, I found. I expected another terrible "Saw" rip-off and instead found it tense and inventive. Indeed, you've got to suspend your disbelief as far as the traps go, but I managed. The sequel, "The Collection", is also enjoyable, but it's far more closer to the "Saw" series' lesser sequels. No interest in seeing "Jeepers Creepers 3". I've got better things to do than support a kid-humper like Victor Salva.

Gex said...

One more thing, I'm surprised you didn't mention that Julie Taymor also did The Lion King Broadway play.

Harvey said...

Gotta' say Forest -- your Feeders 2 Santa Claus impersonation is spot-on. Maybe you should do a spinoff/spiritual successor to the movie starring -that version- of Santa? I'D WATCH IT.