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Is the “Alien” ripoff “Contamination” so bad it’s good, or just plain bad? Crack open a case of UniverX Coffee and hear us debate that probing question. 

In 1979, one of the greatest sci-fi horror movies of all time was released. A year later, this movie happened. We sat through this disaster…now it’s your turn!

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A new plague on earth will come from this podcast!

This week on They Mostly Podcast at Night, grab your haz-mat suit and avoid any coffee plantations because they’re probably filled with deadly pulsing Martian eggs. It’s the end of the world, and this is Contamination!

If you are a new listener to the PaNcast, be aware there are spoilers and expletives ahead! We break down the movie, go through a summary, offer analysis, trivia, arbitrary awards, reviews, ratings, fanfiction and more!

“Luigi Cozzi thought he could do a sequel to Ridley Scott’s ALIEN… and things went awry.” (Five second summary) 

 

Lights! Camera! Misogyny! Join Chaos, Carnage, and special guest Stephanie (The Angry Princess) of MorbidlyBeautiful.com for this 80’s Italian horror flick that took its inspiration from Ridley Scott’s Alien.

A ship floats into NYC harbor with all the crew massacred and the cargo filled with coffee boxes that actually contain pulsing green eggs. The investigators soon realize how deadly the eggs are when one they are examining bursts and kills three of them… causing them to explode from the inside.

The surviving cop teams up with a Colonel in the US Army and a former astronaut to investigate where the eggs are coming from — and where they are going — before the death toll rises.

Check out the trailer for Contamination below. And if you haven’t seen it, or if it’s been a while, be sure to catch up on the film before listening to this spoiler-y podcast. It’s currently streaming on Amazon Prime and Shudder. 

Join us next week for a discussion of Final Destination 2, currently streaming on Netflix. 

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