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Zombie Take-Out Episode 21: No More Mr. Passive Resistance

Scotto and Uncle John discuss a film about a man who shared Ed Wood's spirit. A film by a man who we consider to be a living legend. This week on Zombie Take-Out it's "Weird Al" Yankovic (and several others before they were famous) in UHF. Hodgson or Geary? Bowe or Bowie? Spatula City Spatula City Spatula City!

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

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Next week ... Bubba Ho-tep

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Nose and glasses photo courtesy of Archie McPhee Seattle

Reader Comments (2)

As horrific as it was for that guy, Raul, to be throwing the dogs out the window. I couldn’t help but laugh at it. LOL Bobbo fall down go boom. I just knew that smack in the face was way too real. My first thought was wow they even messed up his make up for effects. Now that I know he really was smacked in the face with the frying pan. All I can think is “Ouch.” Dog treats HMMMM Yummy. Weird “ Al” Yankovic is a riot. The casting was genius. When I saw Seinfeld, I did recognize Michael Richards from this movie. I thought he was great as Stanley Spadowski. People were asking where Spatula City was at. Too Funny!!! I never knew that was an actual billboard. I would love to see a remake of this movie. I love Weird “Al” Yankovic. And I too saw this movie in the theater. My friend, Billy, and I are huge Weird Al fans. We went to see it as soon as it was released. I died laughing. I love that, never get between a man and his mop:D As always, I love your Podcast.

October 22, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterMichelle Roy

Thanks, Michelle, not only for the kind words, but for letting me know I wasn't the only one who saw this in the theatre!

October 26, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterScotto

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