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PODCAST 202: The Wicker Man & Equinox [Spring Edition]


This week the Horror Duo celebrate the Spring season with a couple of Spring themed films. Forest shares his thoughts on The Wicker Man...the ORIGINAL with Christopher Lee. Cory takes on the Criterion released student film Equinox.

Cory talks about building a retro-arcade, the second part of Forest's The 50 Best Film of All Time is now available, Ted Turner & Criterion are making a film only online streaming service called Film Struck, and Forest & Cory long for low-rent sci-fi re-runs. All this and Forest talks about avoiding Brontosaurus poop.

TIME CODE

  • 00:00 Intro & News
  • 32:47 "The Wicker Man"
  • 58:14 Know Your Horror Trivia
  • 59:03 "Equinox"
  • 85:00 Comments & Conclusion

SHOW NOTES

THE WICKER MAN

★ ★ ★ ★

EQUINOX

★ ★ ★
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4 comments:

Gex said...

Don't even get me fucking started on that motherfucking "Beware! The Blob" movie. That's the first fucking movie I've ever watched that I fucking hated. One of the worst cocksucking sequels ever made, and one of the biggest disappointments I've had the displeasure of seeing. Oh, and in case it wasn't obvious, I do not recommend that either of you watch that movie.

Blake Matthews said...

@Gex - But it has a fat man in a fez running naked through the street!!!

@Forest/Cory - I've been listening to the older episodes and in your Aliens podcast, Forest mentions his man-crush on Michael Biehn. If that's the case, I suggest you try watching the violent Hong Kong action movie DRAGON SQUAD, where he plays the villainous Colombian drug lord and is said by many to be best part of the movie.

Kenny Teeology said...

Thanks for reviewing "Equinox" guys.

Dennis Muren actually made the original version of "The Equinox" in 1967 for $6500. When the feature-length version of the movie was released in 1970, Muren was only credited as the producer despite the fact that he directed much of the film and created the special effects himself. Muren would of course later join Industrial Light and Magic and win many Oscars for his special effects work.

Blake Matthews said...

@Cory - You will be happy to know that Sharknado 4 is in the Works: https://www.yahoo.com/tv/sharknado-4-unveils-star-wars-150008705.html