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12.4.17

PODCAST 251: RoboCop 2 & RoboCop 3


This week the Horror Duo explore a franchise of the 80's sci-fi action variety, and also one that happens to be a classic. After discussing RoboCop at length during their most recent Mondo Commentary, Forest shares his thoughts on it's follow up, RoboCop 2. Cory tries to justify the use of children, the elderly, and the poor to help sell RoboCop3.

Forest & Cory also chat about meeting Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat and the Hardy Boyz at the International Wrestling Cartel's Night of the Superstars 6 - a fantastic night of wrastlin' entertainment. Also, the discuss what George Romero's swan-song zombie film be like. Will it be an interesting noir take on zombies, of will it be a cringe worthy Trump bashing flop? All this and, why isn't Toy Story a mind bending universe of toy related adventures?



"ROBOCOP 2"

★ ★ ★

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"ROBOCOP 3"

★ ★ ½

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TIME CODE

  • 00:00 - Introduction & News
  • 19:11 - "RoboCop 2"
  • 38:57 - Know Your Horror Trivia
  • 40:00 - "RoboCop 3"
  • 63:41 - Comments & Conclusion

CREDITS

  • Hosted: Cory Carr & Forest Taylor
  • Introduction: Ricky
  • Music: Vanguard
  • Produced & Edited: Cory Carr

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3 comments:

blake said...

So the original story for RoboCop 2 was written by Frank Miller, but SOLARBABIES writer Walon Green was hired to trim the story down to something that would last about two hours and not cost an exorbitant amount to put on screen. In 2003, Avatar Press published a mini-series of comics based on Miller’s “lost” screenplay and apparently some unused ideas from RoboCop 3. One reviewer has commented that in Frank Miller’s vision, Dr. Faxx is so oversexualized it’s almost grotesque.

Question: Where did the running joke about Forest storing “deceased strumpets” in the trunk of his car come from?

Anomalous Host said...

Regarding the Netflix Movie Night thing vs. Mondo Commentary, on whether or not the Netflix nights should be dropped altogether, I have this to say:

Bullshit! I want live video drunken half-assed reviews where the few dedicated fans can also type comments live while also potentially drunk! Besides, that gives us a chance to chew you out (not in the sexual way) for making an uneducated or false statement on the film in real-time. Sure there's a time-delay, but I'll take it.

But anyway, I'm hoping you guys have seen the trailer for the new It movie. If you haven't, watch it. Because it's so worth watching this afterwards:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sYfAt9DCpaE

Kenny Teeology said...

My favorite extras on home video are the commentaries so I would love more Mondo.