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15.11.17

PODCAST 282: The Green Slime & The Ambulance


This week the Horror Duo have chosen to take on a pair of suggested films as a way to give thanks to all of you listeners...sort of. Forest shares his thoughts, and even defends the Japanese made space/monster movie The Green Slime. Cory totally throws giving thanks out the window when he discovered the Larry Cohen film The Ambulance, starring Stan Lee from Marvel Comics.

Forest also riffs about seeing Thor: Ragnarok, as well as making Disagree & Die Volume 2. Cory shares his appreciation for The Babysitter - now available on Netflix, and his ever growing desire to make Melt Movies To See Before You Die.

All this and the Horror Duo will soon be introducing a pair of Christmas stinkers, live and in person at the Erie Movie House - details to come!

"THE GREEN SLIME"

★ ★ ★

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"THE AMBULANCE"

★ ★ ★

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TIME CODE

  • 00:00 - Introduction & News
  • 19:26 - "The Green Slime"
  • 36:43 - Know Your Horror Trivia
  • 39:18 - "The Ambulance"
  • 65:08 - Comments & Conclusion

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3 comments:

Blake said...

I'd like to send you guys a care package in support, but things are a bit tight. Perhaps near the end of the first quarter of 2018. Would that be OK?

Cory can repent his lack of reviewing a turkey by taking a 50s sci-fi/horror film, reviewing it, and then reviewing one of the remakes that Larry Buchanan or some other schlock filmmaker did:

It Conquered the World -> Zontar, the Thing From Venus

Invasion of the Saucer Men -> The Eye Creatures

The She-Creature -> Creature of Destruction

Blake said...

Oh, and great podcast. I listened to it three times in a row already.

Anomalous Host said...

I never thought a day would come where I would say this, but I'm recommending a film starring Vince Vaughn for Slaughterfilm. The film is called Brawl in Cell Block 99, and I've done a review for it. I'll just say it is directed by the same guy who made Bone Tomahawk, and Vince Vaughn is actually pretty good in it. Jennifer Carpenter is in it too.

And on that news, my hopes for the film industry just got brighter. The director is teaming up with Vince Vaughn again for his next film Dragged Across Concrete (currently in post-production). What makes this particularly interesting is that the film is also starring Mel Gibson. And if Mel Gibson, a guy who loves violence in his films, is teaming up with a director who also loves violence in his films, I'm going to be eagerly anticipating one hell of a bloodbath.