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5.12.18

PODCAST 336: Train to Busan & The Wailing


This week the Horror Duo take on a pair of recently recommended Korean horror flicks. Forest takes a ride on a nice Train to Busan and Cory gets a dose of Korean suspicion with The Wailing.

Forest goes on one last Film Struck binge before the streaming service sets sail into the sunset of no more, Cory mistakes Warwick Davis for Dion Warwick...again, and together they discuss the lost art of projectile vomiting. All this and Cory wonders, if Slaughter Film should finally cave to Parteron suggestions. What do you say; Does Slaughter Film have enough to offer to sustain itself via Patreon? Do you think Slaughter Film could attract supporters? Should Forest & Cory forget the entire idea and never bring it up again?

"TRAIN TO BUSAN"

★ ★ ★ ½

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"THE WAILING"

★ ★ ★ ½

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TIME CODE

  • 00:00 - Introduction & News
  • 31:14 - "Train to Busan"
  • 53:50 - Know Your Horror Trivia
  • 54:53 - "The Wailing"
  • - Comments & Conclusion

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2 comments:

Blake Matthews said...

If you want a horror movie based around people talented at projectile vomit, try the indy film SLAUGHTERED VOMIT DOLLS, directed by Lucifer Valentine.

About "the death of cinema," I once had a conversation with some colleagues at work in which I proposed a hypothetical situation in which a series of natural disasters wiped out the major studios, their headquarters, most of their employees, the big CGI houses, etc. In short, the mainstream Hollywood film industry would be severely handicapped for a certain period of time (it's probably not that simple, but for the sake of argument). As a result, the theater chains, needing content, would start showing movies that normally would be destined to be released direct-to-DVD or straight-to-Netflix, like Van Damme action movies and stuff. And since those films budgets' are fairly lower than the big studio counterparts, the theaters can pay the studios a lower percentage of the box office receipts and even lower ticket prices to general audiences.

Then the question: Would you continue watching movies at the theater if the films weren't blockbusters, even if it was cheaper? Their response was "No." They want big movies at the theater. One of them said that "Lord of the Rings" and "The Matrix" changed the Theater Experience for them.

Blake Matthews said...

Did either of you ever watch THE SCOUT GUIDE TO THE ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE? It's probably the safest, most toothless zombie movie in memory. In fact, it's one of the few zombie movies in which the zombie apocalypse just sort of blows over.