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Episode 148: Halloween 5: The Revenge Of Michael Myers

Things get even weirder as we find out that Jaime can’t talk due to her extreme killer instincts that closed out part 4. She was also hospitalized after trying to kill her step-mom as well. Michael escaped his demise by floating down a river and being mended by a redneck living in a shack with a parrot. The Thorn Trilogy carries on in Halloween 5: The Revenge Of Michael Myers.

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Episode 147: Halloween 4: The Return Of Michael Myers

It’s been years since Haddonfield has been ravaged by Michael Meyers. This small Illinois town is again the focus of his attention, as Michael hunts for the niece he never knew he had. Laurie is dead and some moron transporting Michael to a different hospital (recovering from wounds he suffered at the hands of his arch nemesis, Dr. Loomis ten years earlier) drops the ball and mentions she is a thing he can kill. Because when within earshot of a man whose only purpose is kill his family sure, go ahead and mention he has another one. Great idea, asshole.

The movie rules though! Enjoy the us discussing the beginning of the Thorn Trilogy in Halloween 4.

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Episode 146: The Burning

It’s that time of year again, time to take a little trip to Summer camp. This year we decided to visit Camp Blackfoot and boy did it bring back some memories from our years at Summer camp as kids. Like when Jason Alexander had hair and when we decided to play a prank on the camp caretaker. Sadly, that prank ended up burning him alive, leaving him disfigured beyond belief, and sent him on a murderous rampage of revenge. Oh how fun Summer camp was.

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Episode 145: Cowboys vs Dinosaurs

This sucks but dinosaurs are never bad. Movies that pretend to have cowboys in them are. If only someone could let us in on the joke, it would make all the difference. As is, this movie is a return to misery. Enjoy!

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Episode 144: Transformers: The Last Knight

Transformers: The Last Knight. The fifth in a series about robots, history and the indulgences of a man who never could resist beautiful women, crude jokes and explosions. You ever have so much sensory input and then try putting that experience into words? With the debris still settling, this is that conversation. (WARNING MAJOR SPOILERS IN EPISODE)

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Episode 143: Critters 4

Tonight brings to a close our viewing of the Critterverse, a franchise nickname not given lightly. All four of these movies do the once rare feat of establishing a universe ripe with potential. While the first three movies focus primarily on Earth, this fourth movie takes us back to space where it all began, but also to the future. 52 years in the future! What is masterful about this movie is that it is not cheesy or overtly goofy, and gives us a great science fiction experience that has no right to exist. Learning about the changes during the 52 year gap creates a craving for more movies set in this universe. Monsters. Creatures. Galactic counsels and interstellar corporations. Bounty hunters and betrayal. It has everything you could ask for, except maybe more critter carnage, but what can you do. Join us as we follow former drunk turned Crite killer Charlie in his last adventure.

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Episode 142: Critters 3

We continue our journey through the Critterverse with the third film in the Critters franchise, aptly titled Critters 3. Not only does this film continue the story of the lovable Charlie, but it was also the feature film debut of Academy Award winner Leonardo DiCaprio. That’s right, a pre-Growing Pains little Leo helps Charlie take on the Critters this time around in a great installment to the series, that strategically sets up the fourth and final film with an interesting during credits sequence.

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