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Tuesday
Aug032010

Zombie Take-Out Episode 47: Inception Begins

Dreamscape
Scotto and Uncle John discuss a somewhat forgotten gem from the 80s that has had quite an influence on a couple of recent blockbusters and features yet another actor we've seen before. This week on Zombie Take-Out it's Luther from The Warriors in 1984's Dreamscape. Were the dream sequences overdone? HasDennis Quaid ever starred in a successful movie? The Flamenco Kid?

Scotto's Rating
5 brains
Uncle John's Rating
3.5 brains
How would you rate Dreamscape?
(polls)

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dreamscape_%28film%29
IMDB
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0087175/

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Next week ... Akira

Reader Comments (1)

Nice opening John:) John, remember I did say if the dream is terrifying enough it could cause a heart attack. Especially if the dream seems real. I never realized the similarity between the Matrix and Dreamscape either. LOL 'Have a heart' would be something Freddie Krueger would say. I thought Norm!!! too and the bar setting was so fitting. Wait a minute, Reagan couldn't have had nightmares. He never remembered anything. If you recall during the Iran-Contra affair he said "I do not recall" 52 times. I thought Dennis Quaid was pretty good in 'Postcards from the Edge' and 'DragonHeart.' I think Joaquin Phoenix plays a pretty good villain too. If you recall his role in Gladiator. I think he did a great job as Commodus. Great Podcast guys.

August 8, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterMichelle

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