You know how you don’t pay attention to some threats until they directly target you? Yeah, we got one like that. Listen up, because if you’re a podcast fan, this involves you. And before you go the tl;dr route, just think about a world without your favorite podcasts. Close your eyes and picture the void…
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Win A Snicker’s Ultimate Movie Pack!
Are you a fan of Godzilla? Of course you are. Snickers is giving away the Ultimate Movie Pack with a $15 Fandango Gift Card and 5 Snickers Candy Bars! How can you enter? Watch the new Godzilla themed Snickers commercial below and then in the comments leave your favorite Godzilla movie and a fun memory associated with that movie and you’re entered! We’ll pick one lucky winner on March 15th. And get in on the fun by using the hashtag #monstersatisfaction to share your love of movies and Godzilla on all your social media.
Rules and Such:
Each household is only eligible to win One (1) Snickers Movie Prize Pack containing 5 Snickers Bars and 1 $15 Fandango Gift Card via blog reviews and giveaways. Only one entrant per mailing address per giveaway. If you have won the same prize on another blog, you will not be eligible to win it again. Winner is subject to eligibility verification.
Talk Without Rhythm Podcast - Episode 210: The Italian Job (1969), Get Carter (1971), and El Espectro Del Estrangulador (1963)
This week I’m taking care of a listener request with a Michael Caine double-feature: 1969′s The Italian Job and 1971′s Get Carter. Two flicks, two VERY different Caines. I’m also continuing my El Año Del Santo with 1963′s El Espectro Del Estrangulador.
[06:17] Silva And Gold Promo
[07:09] RANDOM CONVERSATION
- RIP Harold Ramis and Roger Hill
- Sons of Metal Side Stage: Daughters of Metal!
- Drunken Zombie Film Festival
- El Goro watches Rubber, The Lair of the White Worm, The Blob, The Hunt, Maniac, Lockout, and Gonzo: The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson.
[38:49] El Espectro Del Estrangulador (1963)
[50:51] The Italian Job (1969)
[01:15:15] Get Carter (1971)
[01:35:13] ENDING MUSIC: Getta Bloomin’ Move On by The Wire-Haired Terriers Athletic Social Club
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Murf & The Fat Kid - Episode 25
In episode 25 we take a look at the rape fueled fantasy film Deathstalker. Then we watch Ralph Bakshi Wizards. And then follow that up with a trip down memory to The Fat Kid’s Bachelor Party.
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Drunken Zombie 200 - Killer Klowns From Outer Space
It’s episode 200! We’re only 136 episodes behind our friends over at Horror Etc. which started the same week we did. So that shows how serious we are about the podcast. We catch up with what we’ve been doing, chat about upcoming comic book movies, play some voicemails that actually aren’t for us, and finally we attempt to review Killer Klowns From Outer Space.
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The Build Up To WrestleMania XXX Part Two
The build up to Elimination Chamber went like clock work, but the IWC was in outrage when Dish Network canceled all WWE PPVs starting with Elimination Chamber. Even The Massive One took to Twitter and gave Dish a hard time and I don’t even have Dish, just helping the IWC.
The Elimination Chamber PPV event went off without fail with Orton keeping the belt. The night after on RAW we saw Hulk Hogan “coming home” to be the host of WrestleMania XXX, but that Monday brought something even greater to the IWC and that was the WWE Network and it went live! As I’m writing this Xbox users are still having trouble with the WWE app and connecting to the network, but in do time I’m sure it will get fixed. To Be Continued…
Talk Without Rhythm Podcast - Episode 209: Once Upon a Time in the West (1968) and Santo Contra El Estrangulador (1963)
This week I’m joined by Dr. Zom of Silva and Gold. Now initially we were supposed to talk about 1968′s Once Upon a Time in the West and 1971′s McCabe and Mrs. Miller. Unfortunately all the audio except our Once discussion was lost. Ain’t podcasting grand? I was able to do my El Año Del Santo though, covering 1963′s Santo Contra El Estangulador. So there’s that I guess…
[06:25] Cult of Muscle Promo
[07:38] RANDOM CONVERSATION
[11:46] Santo Contra El Estrangulador (1963)
[20:57] Once Upon a Time in the West (1968)
[01:22:22] ENDING MUSIC: Man With the Harmonica by Ennio Morricone
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Upcoming Ghostbusters Episode
Our latest episode hasn’t been released but at some point during it we made an off hand remark about maybe for the next episode how we should do Ghostbusters for the next episode and was surprised we hadn’t done it yet. Then Monday morning we were sad to see that Harold Ramis had passed away. So while we feel bad that maybe us mentioning it killed Harold Ramis. We now feel the need to celebrate Harold Ramis by covering Ghostbusters. If you have any fond memories of Ghostbusters call in and leave a voicemail and let us know. 206-338-5566.
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The Build Up To WrestleMania XXX Part One
The road to WrestleMania has been rocky, starting at the Royal Rumble with the crowd turning on WWE because Daniel Bryan didn’t compete in the rumble match and having Batista win made it even worse. But, it was CM Punk walking out that pushed the IWC over the edge with fans chanting CM Punk at every live WWE event and that made many superstars angry and even one WWE insider posted an open letter to the IWC via Wrestling Observer.
“Internet is so funny. You all read the sites so you all should know the ‘plans’ for Mania. None of those plans have Bryan in a title match so the internet exploding at the end of the show is beyond laughable. Plus don’t hate on Rey, he didn’t book himself as #30. The way most of you were acting the company should have called an audible and put Brooklyn Brawler as #30 just to piss you off even more. over 50,000 mania tix sold and a network that will change your life for ever is about to launch, so just relax and enjoy the product the company gives you. By the way, didn’t you all shit on the WWE for the Sept – Nov PPVs last year and said you were done, but turned around to watch/buy the Rumble? Pittsburgh you were an awesome crowd and it was an honor to be in your building last night”
Even on Twitter the IWC started a #BoycottWWE trend and said they were not going to buy the WWE Network. In my opinion, I don’t see that happening. Sure I might not buy it and I have my reasons, but I don’t see wrestling fans skipping on PPVs that only coast $9.99 a month, on top of the back library and first run content. The IWC will eat that up every chance they can get… To Be Continued.
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Blu-Ray Extras And Features: Little Shop Of Horrors
This Blu-Ray is built around the original ending to Little Shop of Horrors. With in-depth interviews with Director Frank Oz and Visual FX Supervisor Richard Conway.
The first featurette is Frank Oz and Little Shop of Horrors: The Director’s Cut… That’s kind of a long title, if you will, but I digress. You are joined by Director Frank Oz who brings you up to speed on why he had to reshoot another ending and what the studio and viewing audience thought of the original ending. Frank Oz pretty much breaks down the original ending scene by scene telling you how some of the visual effects worked.
A Story of Little Shop of Horror – This is the original 1987 produced feature that looks at all the incarnations of Little Shop of Horrors starting with Roger Corman’s 1960 film that was shot in two days to the off broadway musical and how that got turned into a film. You will also find vintage interviews from Rick Moranis, Roger Corman, and David Geffen.
Audio Commentary with Director Frank Oz for the theatrical release.
Outtakes and Deleted Scenes are bundled into one with optional commentary by Frank Oz and you can watch the original ending by itself or with Frank Oz, but if you watched the first featurette there’s really no need to listen to the commentary because Frank Oz rehashes a lot of the same information.
Alright, I think I’ve said Frank Oz about fifty times already, so I’m done… This baby Blu is a buy not just for the extras but it has both versions of the film and the transfer looks amazing.