So you like your films wild and weird with WTF insanity? We’ve got you covered this week with “Deadstream” and “Project Wolf Hunting”.
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We start the show with talk of the Naked Gun movies and Police Squad. Leslie Nielsen made the role of Frank Drebin his own. Liam Neeson is a great actor, but can he step into the shoes of the iconic character? And what does any of this have to do with The Simpsons?
Blake and Regina had a great idea a few weeks ago to talk about upcoming genre movies. Frankly, this is something we should have been doing for a long time. So, this week, we are debuting a new segment on the show: Genre of the Future!
For our first installment, we discuss the Brooklyn Horror Film Festival, whether Halloween will truly end, and the greatest horror movie moments.
For the first time ever, we have a repeat review on our show. The last time we did Deadstream, Blake could not join us. Since the film recently debuted on Shudder, we figured this would be a great time to rectify that.
We talk about having love for your craft, the importance of simplicity and horror, and uncharismatic influencers.
Finally, we discuss an upcoming film you need to have on your radar.
It is not often that a movie leaves us speechless. We may be baffled, confused, or frustrated, but we always have something to say.
And then we watched Project Wolf Hunting.
The South Korean movie is about a group of dangerous criminals being transported on a giant cargo ship. Naturally, they escape.
It sounds like Korean Con Air on a boat, and it is for a while.
But it soon becomes something so different that we had no idea what to think about. What we were both sure of is that it is easily one of the goriest movies in recent memory. We talk about when enough is too much, try to figure out what the film is going for, and try to decide if the body count is closer to 50 or 60 people dead.
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