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Zombie Take-Out Episode 60: Alas, poor Urich

The Ice Pirates
Scotto and Uncle John discuss yet another movie that wastes a good cast on poor writing and direction. This week on Zombie Take-Out it's 1984's The Ice Pirates. Should the entire cast have fired their representation? Should the director have been allowed to make any more movies at all? What were the character's names again?

Scotto's Rating
.5 brains
Uncle John's Rating
2.5 brains
How would you rate The Ice Pirates?

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Cricket sounds courtesy of reinsamba

Reader Comments (2)

I remember that theatre. I saw a loot of films there, most vividly Staying Alive with my sister in 1984. Do you remember when Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles opened and the a couple of celing tiles fell on somebody in the old 5 screener across the street? Never did see the film, closed the screen and had gotten a free pass to another film.

November 17, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterJohn Phillips

I love the intro music for the voice mail. That was cool. You are welcome regarding the message. I wanted to get it done sooner but I had been sick for a while and had no voice. It's always funny hearing my own voice because it's a lot deeper than it sounds in my own head. I've never seen this movie. The fact that John doesn't remember that much about the movie 24 hrs later doesn't say much for the movie. I LOVE the crickets sound effects. Crack me up!!! Great podcast guys.

November 28, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterMichelle

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