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Chaos and Carnage get cozy with bad boys, bloodsuckers, and big trouble south of the border in the cult classic “From Dusk Till Dawn”.

This week, we head back to the mid-1990s with the Tarantino-written From Dusk Till Dawn, the only crime drama/vampire flick of its kind. Prepare for violence and mayhem, and Juliette Lewis!

Two criminals and their hostages unknowingly seek temporary refuge in a truck stop populated by vampires, with chaotic results.

Directed by Robert Rodriguez and written by Quentin Tarantino from a concept and story by special effects wizard and filmmaker Robert Kurtzman (Wishmaster), From Dusk Till Dawn is a 1996 American action horror film starring Harvey Keitel, George Clooney, Juliette Lewis (Yellowjackets), Tom Savini, Cheech Marin, Danny Trejo, and Tarantino himself. It also features an iconic performance from Salma Hayek. It received mixed reviews from critics, who described the film as well-made if overly violent. But audiences loved it, making it a box office hit and a cult classic. It also spawned a media franchise of sequel films, a video game, and other media adaptations.

Tune in to hear your hosts talk about small but memorable performances, the safety of cats, the happiness of snakes, Tarantino timelines, a bit of the ultra-violence, the definition of trashy fabulous, tequila vs. whiskey, men behaving badly, foot fetishes, and mutha trucking vampires. – A timeline of every Tarantino movie for the curious 

Hosts Chaos and Carnage are two best friends who love to talk about horror movies. They take turns picking a movie each week to terrorize their cohost with. And once the mics are on, the bickering and bantering begin. Best friends for 20 years, their bickering is aged like a fine wine. Or cheese. New episodes drop every Monday.

Spoilers and expletives abound.

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