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PODCAST 286: Possession & Better Watch Out

This week the Horror Duo continue their holiday fun with twisted families. Forest rants about Andrzej Zulawski's Possession, which he awards with his highest rating to date. Cory shares his thoughts on a newly released film with a holiday setting, Better Watch Out, which brings on a rant of it's own.

Forest discusses the death of August Ames, and how the "more accepting" and totally hypocritical SJW crowd may be at the root of her suicide. Cory brings up the highs and lows of a proposed Twilight Zone revival.

All this and soon to come a new Mondo Commentary - The Star Wars Holiday Special - just in time for the Holidays!


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  • 00:00 - Introduction & News
  • 26:35 - "Possession"
  • 49:43 - Know Your Horror Trivia
  • 50:51 - "Better Watch Out"
  • 74:54 - Comments & Conclusion


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Blake Matthews said...

So, let's see, the SJW twitterers take a negative idea, transform it into an action by bullying a porn star, which ultimately results in her death. These people are officially the Fiends Without Faces. In that movie, they killer brains die when their atomic power is cut off. If we could cut off these people's internet connection, perhaps their heads would explode, and the survivors would be forced to learn how to live with differing worldviews without judging people like NORMAL PEOPLE do!!!!

I recently read an interview with a Brazilian adult film actress, Soraya Carioca, in which she talked about the industy. The sad thing is that today, especially in Brazil, the wages for making these movies has dropped a lot because of the internet. In the case of the actress being interviewed, making movies is a way of improving her portfolio so she can ask for more when doing call girl jobs or professional photo shoots.

Blake Matthews said...

Did Cory ever see this movie, starring Linda Blair and Jun Chong of "Bruce Lee Fights Back from the Grave"?


Andrew said...

Both Zulu and Zulu Dawn end with battles. Zulu Dawn is about the Zulu defeat of a British Invasion of Zululand (the Battle of Isandlwana) and Zulu is about a successful British defeat of a Zulu invasion of Natal (the Battle of Rorke’s Drift) later that same day.

Jacqueline Lovell seems to have gone back to erotic films. She wrote, stars and directed in a series on Vimeo called ‘Forest Bathing Friends w/ Benefits’ with the following description:

“An eccentric woman who takes friends on virtual fantasy forest baths is treated to a massage by Suki (Ingrid Coree) and invites her to discover the healing benefits of the forest using her magic crystals.”

As always, great podcast!