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Tuesday
Mar082011

Zombie Take-Out Episode 70: Red 5 vs. Cracker

Slipstream Scotto and Uncle John take a request and discuss a film that may feature one of Mark Hamill's few good live action performances ... unfortunately it also features Bill Paxton. This week on Zombie Take-Out, from 1989, it's Slipstream. Did it foreshadow Hamill's later work as a voice actor? Was Kitty Aldridge's performace marred by poor writing, poor acting or both? Why does anyone cast Bill Paxton in anything?

Scotto's Rating
2 Brains
Uncle John's Rating
3.5 Brains
How would you rate Slipstream?

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slipstream_(1989_film)
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http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0098350/

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Next week ... Leprechaun

Reader Comments (1)

Not to get on a different topic but several of my lady friends love Sex and the CIty. I can't stand that show or any of the movies. I loved Bill Paxton in Weird Science and Titanic. Poor Bill, IDK, I like him. But then again I didn't see this movie so IDK maybe he was really bad in it. You're Very Welcome for the review guys. Always my pleasure. And YES it was bash Bill Paxton hour. Which I don't completely agree with but I still can't help but laughing at it. Great podcast guys.

March 17, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterMichelle

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