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12.7.17

PODCAST 264: Godzilla Vs Mechagodzilla 2 & Just Before Dawn


This week Forest reviews yet another Heisei Godzilla film, Godzilla Vs Mechagodzilla 2. Cory kicks off his lake side summer vacation with an early slasher set in the wilderness, Just Before Dawn.

The Horror Duo share some old tales of past vacations, complete with cheap Dads and lemon donuts. Also counter productive Friday the 13th experiences and Forest sets a new record for saying the phrase; "whatever like that". Feel free to count while you're listening, OR turn it into a drinking game!

"GODZILLA Vs MECHAGODZILLA 2"

★ ★ ½

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"JUST BEFORE DAWN"

★ ★ ★ ½

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TIME CODE

  • 00:00 - Introduction & News
  • 15:44 - "Godzilla Vs Mechagodzilla 2"
  • 25:10 - Know Your Horror Trivia
  • 26:09 - "Just Before Dawn"
  • 48:21 - Comments & Conclusion

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4 comments:

Blake Matthews said...

In some ways, Godzilla vs Mechagodzilla II bears resemblance to Pacific Rim. You have people piloting giant robots to fight giant monsters. You also have a monster with a secondary brain, which was a subplot in Pacific Rim, with the monster Otachi (the flying, acid-spitting beast).

Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla II is certainly the most conventional film of the Heisei series. During the 1990s, a number of older Godzilla fans, especially those who had books or magazines published on the subject, declared this one to be the best of the series. Their reasoning was that it stuck to the basics and did it right, as opposed to the earlier movies, which were a lot more willing to take risks, but maybe a little more flawed. It’s worth it to point out that the writers changed in between Godzilla vs. Mothra and Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla. The first three Heisei films were written by Kazuki Omori (he directed Biollante and King Ghidorah as well), and this one was written by Wataru Mimura, who also wrote Godzilla 2000.

Question: Do you have plans for October? Will you continue examining the other Universal monsters, or visit the Hammer films instead?

Jeff from Accounting said...

I have some funny stories about my cousin at Canadohta Lake. This one time we were playing in the water by the dam and it made us 87 percent more flammable. Then there was The Great Raisin Head Lord of all Prunes and Dates. I also remember him jumping his bike one to many times and bending the rim on his new bike but it was a pretty sweet jump. He also let out the most God awful fart that cleared out the cabin and he claimed it like the American Hero he was.In all seriousness who buys a lemon doughnut especially from a douchbag. Time to crack another PBR cheers.

Todd Pier 66 said...

Just so you know my name is Todd not douche bag. Yes I use to make doughnuts with my mother every Sunday. Jokes on you mother fucker the glazed ones were my own special blend. I remember you, you long haired Hanson looking mother fucker. You wish you had hair like mine. I have been rocking this look since the 80's and crushing pussy on the regular. Ladies are always cumming through my revolving doors. If I ever see you out this way I am going to MmmmBop you in the head. I run this pontoon rental game I'm the boss kiss the ring bitch. Pier 66 for life!

Lee Russell said...

Hey, Cory, thanks for the mention. Yeah, "Just Before Dawn" is probably my most revisited slasher film. I just love it. I rate it higher than any of the other slasher-in-the-woods films, as it has a legit creepy vibe to it and doesn't just rely on gimmicky kills and sleaze to sell itself (not that there's anything wrong with those things). Enjoying the Godzilla stuff, Forrest. I need to check those films out, as they sound crazy as fuck.

Anyway, I've been super busy and missed giving congrats for your Five Year Anniversary. That's truly great. Most podcasts don't get past ten episodes. You guy were one of my main influences for getting into doing this stuff myself, and you guys remain an inspiration and a standard bearer of quality content, in my opinion. Thanks for all the work you guys do.