Episode 102: ROAR

1427836601-roar-injury-poster-3Are you a cat person? Then you should watch this movie.

Are you a fan of conservation efforts and saving endangered species? Then you should watch this movie.

Are you a psychopath who wants to see a family of five try to survive living in a house also occupied by multiple lions, tigers, cheetahs and panthers OR a movie in which 70 cast and crew members were legitimately injured by said lions, tigers, cheetahs and panthers?

Then you should watch this movie.

Luckily for you, you don’t necessarily HAVE to. We’ve got your back. The movie Roar is something that has never happened before and will never happen again. Watching it is as unsettling as you may expect. It is a visual extravaganza of things that should not exist. Download or subscribe below and hear us tear into this juicy mess of madness and we discuss the perfect party movie.

Click Here To Download Episode 102: ROAR

Next week we will be discussing a movie that most wouldn’t really consider a “b movie,” but there’s just enough weird performances, moments, quotes, and aspects of this film that you just might be able to do so. The movie we speak of is the 1986 time travel flick Peggy Sue Got Married, starring Kathleen Turner and Nicolas Cage.

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