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Thursday
Jun222017

Zombie Take-Out Episode 327: A Fish Out of Water Story

Gyo: Tokyo Fish Attack Scotto and Uncle John return to the world of anime with thoroughly weird film that truly sums up WTF, Japan. A film about walking fish who attack Japan on insect-like, mechanical legs, the horrible smell that accompanies them, the mad scientist who tries to 'stop' them and pipes that go into really unfortunately places. This week on Zombie Take-Out, from 2012, Gyo: Tokyo Fish Attack. Did it influence Sharknado? Were too many changes made to the source material? What was the point of the circus? What's that smell?

Scotto's Rating
3 brains
Uncle John's Rating
4 brains

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Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gyo
IMDB
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1857718/

Clips

Next week ... Death Race 2000

Thursday
Jun152017

Zombie Take-Out Episode 326: Bill and Freejack's Bogus Journey

Johnny Mnemonic Scotto and Uncle John review their first Keanu Reeves movie, a '90s cyberpunk film that revels in the cliches of both the era and the genre and features appearances from two "actors" who are far better known for their music. This week on Zombie Take-Out, from 1995, Johnny Mnemonic. Is it the A Bridge Too Far of bad acting? Is Keanu the William Shatner of his generation? Was the ending too bizarre? Did the chainmail shirt pinch? No whoa?

Scotto's Rating
3.5 brains
Uncle John's Rating
3.5 brains

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Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johnny_Mnemonic_(film)
IMDB
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0113481/

Clips

Next week ... Gyo Tokyo Fish Attack

 

Thursday
Jun082017

Zombie Take-Out Episode 325: Zombienado

Resident Evil: The Final Chapter Scotto and Uncle John return, after a year and a half, to one of the most infamous franchises in both cinematic and video game history to have a very similar conversation to the last time they discussed one of these movies. Shouldn't they have learned by now? This week on Zombie Take-Out, Resident Evil: The Final Chapter. Is it really the last movie of the series? Could it possibly be boring? Shouldn't Scotto know better by now than to expect a Resident Evil movie to be good?

Scotto's Rating
1 brain
Uncle John's Rating
4.5 brains

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Links
Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Resident_Evil:_The_Final_Chapter
IMDB
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2592614/

Clips

Next week ... Johnny Mnemonic

Thursday
Jun012017

Zombie Take-Out Episode 324: Cliches Behind Bars

Caged Heat Scotto and Uncle John pay tribute to the late, great Jonathan Demme by discussing his directorial debut, a women in prison film that tries to do things a little differently, but also falls back on a lot of cliches and shower scenes ... lots and lots of shower scenes. This week on Zombie Take-Out, from 1974, Caged Heat. What was the point of all of the weird audio cues? Were the exploding pickle jars intended to be an innuendo? Should the warden have had a German accent? Were there too many shower scenes? Could there ever possibly be too many shower scenes? Rest in peace, Mr. Demme.

Scotto's Rating
3.5 brains
Uncle John's Rating
4 brains

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Links
Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caged_Heat
IMDB
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0071266/
Full movie on Youtube
https://youtu.be/51GmgCzEZC8

Clips

Next week ... Resident Evil: The Final Chapter

Thursday
May252017

Zombie Take-Out Episode 323: My Favorite Joanie on Elm Street

Galaxy of Terror Scotto and Uncle John pay tribute to the late Erin Moran by discussing a movie that they already had on their list. A science fiction film that mixes torturous mediocrity with some of the most batshit insane scenes that they have ever seen on screen. This week on Zombie Take-Out, from 2001, Galaxy of Terror. Are there any cliches that weren't included? Did it influence Aliens and Evil Dead? Is Erin Moran's last scene the performance of her career? Did Sid Haig make the right choice? Should Zalman King have stuck to acting? RIP, Ms. Moran.

Scotto's Rating
4 brains
Uncle John's Rating
3.5 brains

Listen to Episode 323

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Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galaxy_of_Terror
IMDB
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0082431/
Full movie on Youtube
https://youtu.be/YZYHpkYVHxE

Clips

Next week ... Caged Heat