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Zombie Take-Out Episode 23: This Space For Rent

Attack of the Killer Tomatoes
Scotto and Uncle John discuss another b-movie classic. A movie that in many ways was far ahead of its time. A movie that has had a great influence on both the Zuckers and whoever the hell keeps making the 'Genre Movie' movies. This week on Zombie Take-Out it's 1978's Attack of the Killer Tomatoes. How did they manage to kill people after all? Why did the only name in the movie have such a small (and uncredited) part? Could somebody please pass the ketchup?

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

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Reader Comments (1)

Even if you guys don't think you're funny, I do. You crack me up. Movies from the 70s look like they are from outer space because the effects are so antiquated. And the clothes are a fashion disaster that should never be seen again. Wood paneling still makes me want to puke. Who ever created that should be shot:) I agree they had to be doing drugs to make this movie. What were they thinking? OMG The helicopter crash was real. I didn't know that. I love the opening line for this week's show, John. I thought that mistaken Hitler bit was funny. I was like HELLO he's black. I'm amazed if they made any money off this franchise. I think they should have quit after the 2nd one. Thanks for adding my movies to the list. Once again another great Podcast guys.

November 5, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterMichelle Roy

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