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PODCAST 152: Mad Max: Fury Road & The Undertaker and His Pals

This week Forest learns that Roger Miller hasn't lost and of his action movie talents as he reviews Mad Max: Fury Road. Cory continues with his quest to review the films with the "best horror trailer" ever, by reviewing The Undertaker & His Pals.

The Horror Duo also cover their participation in the first ever Library Comic Con, with the "William Castle Experience"; the screening of The Tingler -- complete with "Precepto". Forest explains the highs and lows of Avengers: Age of Ultron, and Cory talks about the upcoming Scream films and MTV television show.









Gex said...

Avengers: Age of Ultron. Yeah, I heard this took a lot out of Joss Whedon, to the point where he has decided not to do the third one. And I do agree that it felt disjointed at times, in that some joints/scenes were missing. That's because, you know, studios like to keep their films as short as possible. When this gets released on Blu-Ray, there will be an extended cut that adds an hour of footage back into the movie, which should hopefully address some of those plot holes, especially with Thor and that pool that comes out of nowhere.

Oh, and regarding those people who complain about Black Widow's backstory and conversation with Banner, about how the message is that she's less of a woman because she can't have children. I agree with you guys in that that wasn't the message at all. Second of all, those people are the type of people who are offended by just about everything, so fuck those people.

Cyborg Bear said...

I can't believe you guys haven't done a H.P Lovecraft podcast yet! Gee willikers! Forest since you're such a nerd you should watch/review Call of Cthulhu (2005),and for Cory...i don't know.. probably like From Beyond..as long as you do the mouth speech. ALSO! Why haven't you guys talked about the Feast films, they're stupid and stupid but also pretty fun i mean you get to see midget dick so it has to be good.

Lee Russell said...

The trailers that came out for "Fury Road" enraged me. I thought to myself that there was no way that this wasn't 90% CGI tomfoolery, and I was suddenly ready to not give this a chance. I'm glad I did, because what George Miller got up on screen is pretty mind-blowing. It looks like they just gave him free reign. It was all balls-to-the-walls action, with very little exposition, or tacky romance angles added on for the general audience. So refreshing to see a pretty much non-stop action film that's easy to follow and FUN! In recent years, I can only think of a handful of films that do this correctly, with "The Raid 2" and "Dredd" coming instantly to mind.

imbatman8472 said...

scream was gonna be called scary movie.