It’s a weird batch of films this time out on GBW that runs the gamut from awkward comedy, to multiple train disasters, and even Mr. T in all his glory.
Josh continues his viewing of the H.G. Lewis, Rocky AND Mill Creek box sets, we again wonder why Keenen Ivory Wayans thought it was a good idea to try and be an action star, radiation exposed tree roots (not really) menace a town, Christopher Reeve dons a moustache and flies a plane, an obscure 70’s Canadian thriller gets massive love, Chris absolutely loves the uncomfortable comedy of SHIVA BABY, and so much more!
As per the norm we’ve watched A LOT of movies in the two weeks since we last spoke and it’s a batch filled with some sequels, discoveries and just outright “wtf?” films.
We polish off a couple of box sets we’ve been working our way through, Chris gets very adamant about Dolph Lundgren punching out a shark, we talk one of the earliest home invasion films, a blind buy from Arrow Video goes better than expected, Netflix delivers a kick-ass French action flick, Chris praises PIG with Nicholas Cage, there’s a whole lot of disaster in the air, Jason Vorhees pops in to say “hi” and so much more!
For episode 165 of GBW we’re “hitting the road” (not really!) and talking about twenty-two films of varying quality where more than one of them involves either going on a cross-country journey, musicians, or monsters.
This time Keanu Reeves dances to Rob Zombie, we talk about the O.G. gore film BLOOD FEAST from H.G. Lewis, a pair of possessed jeans carves a bloody path through a clothing store, Josh discovers a supernatural horror film he actually likes, Chris looks at Edgar Wright’s new documentary THE SPARKS BROTHERS, a couple of sequels worm their way into the show, Meat Loaf hangs out with Blondie among others, we discover they actually made a car chase flick in New Zealand, and so much more!