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6.4.16

PODCAST 198: 2020: Texas Gladiators & The Hearse


This week Forest begins a journey into the far off wastes of post-apocalyptic b-movies -- by reviewing 2020: Texas Gladiators, and Cory shares his thoughts on The Hearse...a movie, with a hearse...

The Horror Duo also chat about the highs and the lows of this past Wrestlemania, and Forest talks WAY too much about Superman Vs Batman. All this and soft-core porn.

TIME CODE

  • 00:00 Intro & News
  • 32:50 "2020: Texas Gladiators"
  • 45:00 Know Your Horror Trivia
  • 46:00 "The Hearse"
  • 66:06 Comments & Conclusion

SHOW NOTES

2020: TEXAS GLADIATORS

★ ½

THE HEARSE

★ ★
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3 comments:

Blake Matthews said...

Forrest, you used the R-word twice and no Money in the jar! Has the Brazilian economic crisis reached you, too? :)

Gex said...

Regarding Batman vS Superman (because that fucking title needs an S at the end of VS), I actually wasn't against the idea of Batman offing people. The film sets up that Batman has grown weary and nihilistic over the 20 years of fighting crime, how criminals continually popup with no end no matter how many he takes down. And implies that the Joker killed Robin by showing the suit with Joker's writing on it, further driving Batman towards this state of mind. Not to mention the Batman in The Dark Knight Returns comic was on the verge of turning out like this, the film just speeds up the process.

That being said, Batman still did a better job of protecting civilians than Superman did. He's the only one who takes time to make sure areas are clear of civilians before doing anything.

If you want to see more of what I said about the film, my review is on letterboxd.





HBO stands for Hey Beastmaster's On, and TBS stands for The Beastmaster Station, according to Dennis Miller. The 80s and early 90s were great times. But I kinda like your alternative interpretation title of Tits ButtSex. Kinda wanted my April Fools posting to be a little more mature. Anyway, you guys need to review that movie, especially after you bring up how bitchin' HBO was back then.

And yes, the 80s HBO intro was fucking badass.

Kenny Teeology said...

I recommend watching and reviewing Equinox (1970) which is definitely an influence on Raimi's Evil Dead films. The film was re-released on Criterion but can also be found on youtube.

Slaughterfilm reviews the films that are legendary even in hell, and you can't teach that!
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