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24.5.17

PODCAST 257: Q & Pieces


From ancient Aztec blood gods to Italian slashers, the Horror Duo use Shudder to span the globe in a search for Monsters and Madmen. Forest returns to the work of Larry Cohen with his winged serpent film Q. Cory coins the term "Spaghetti-Slasher" while reviewing the very bloody Pieces.

The Horror Duo discuss what may come from The Dark Crystal Netflix series, as well as the highs and lows of Alien: Covenant. In doing so, they bitch about loud and annoying people in movie theaters. All this and they mourn the death of legendary musician Chris Cornell.





"Q"

★ ★ ½

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"PIECES"

★ ★ ★

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TIME CODE

  • 00:00 - Introduction & News
  • 29:16 - "Q: The Winged Serpent"
  • 44:44 - Know Your Horror Trivia
  • 45:26- "Pieces"
  • 61:40 - Comments & Conclusion

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2 comments:

blake said...

About MANIAC COP, Forest neglected to mention that Cordell was played by the late Robert Z’Dar, who was once described by Joel and the Bots as “A Catcher’s Mitt with Eyes.”

About PIECES, the kung fu instructor is played by Bruce Le, who was Bruce Lee #2 in CLONES OF BRUCE LEE. Both films were produced by Dick Randall. The dean was played by Edmund Purdom, who directed and starred in DON’T OPEN TIL CHRISTMAS, also produced by Randall. I’m guessing Bruce Le was in Europe working on NINJA STRIKES BACK (which has a cameo by Oddjob from GOLDFINGER, complete with steel-brimmed hat) and Randall had him spend a few days in Spain for PIECES.

Kenny Teeology said...

If the killer in "Pieces" was shown watching a Voltron episode, his motivation would have made more sense! I'm surprised the tag-line for the movie wasn't a variant of 'Rest in Pieces'.