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10.8.16

PODCAST 216: Stranger Things

This week the Horror Duo deviate from film, as they look into the future of television -- which will eventually be online streaming exclusively. In doing so they review the 80s throwback Netflix original series Stranger Things.

They also chat about partying with Jos on his birthday, the lasting fun that is the Sega Game Gear and various Tetris inspired puzzle games, Forest tells you just why shouldn't enjoy Suicide Squad, the new Tales From the Crypt is slates to debut late in 2017, the 4K release of Phantasm will have a limited theatrical release, & Rob Zombie releases a new clip from his upcoming film 31. All this and, "aliens and buttholes".

TIME CODE

  • 00:00 Intro & News
  • 24:07 Know Your Horror Trivia
  • 25:01 "Stranger Things"
  • 61:24 Comments & Conclusion

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STRANGER THINGS

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1 comments:

Gex said...

Suicide Squad has pacing problems because a good amount of footage was cut out of the film that sounds like it would've improved things. See this page for details:
https://boxden.com/showthread.php?t=2383562

If you want a decent suicide squad movie, watch the animated film Batman: Assault on Arkham (don't let the title fool you, Batman is in that movie just as much as the Joker in the live action film).

I thought Stranger Things was a pretty cool show. Here's to season 2. It better be a continuation of season 1, otherwise I'm going to be left wondering about the police chief and the CIA folk, or the kid's side effects from being on the other side. Oh, and I flipped when I saw The Dark Crystal poster.

Regarding The Path to 9/11, saying it makes them seem "too political", that's not entirely accurate, at least not in the way you're implying. I'll email you the real reason, eventually; and you will be angry as fuck when you see it. And you guys put up a link about the film that leads to Wikipedia? Seriously?