The video nasties are really starting to get to Vanessa and Kelly, but Eric is having a grand time with them!
Also discussed: Scavenger's Reign, The Marvels, They Cloned Tyrone.
Oh, I'm sorry, did I break your concentration somewhere between science and superstition such sites to show you strange aeons. Welcome to strange aeons radio. That's Eric over there. Hello. That is Vanessa over there. Hello. I'm Kelly. Hey, guys, I, as you may or may not know, but you do know, I have written a serialized novel. What? And I was interviewed on the Lovecraft ezine for their latest Patreon episode. It might have been the most embarrassing time of my life, they said so many nice things about my writing, that I just sat there with my eyes down the entire time. Well, that's very kind. Thank you. That's very nice of you to say, Please never say stuff like that. At one point, I put my fingers in my ears and just started going law law law. I don't, I don't think you understand how to promote yourself, sir. I'm very, very bad at it. But it was really neat. The only way you can hear it is if you're a Patreon for the Lovecraft ezine, which is Mike Davis's podcast. And it was, it was just really nice. Peter rollick, who is a writer that I really appreciate, he said some very nice things about it. And Mike Davis, compared it to early Stephen King. And then he said but better. And I was just like, shut up. As awesome, as you should know from me that I love reading your strips, just because your scripts are fun to read. I've read a lot of scripts, right? I've had people send me scripts to critique from, like five or six countries. They were in English. But ideally, but and all over everything that's going on in this sprint all over the country. And yours are fun to read. And awesome. So I'm not surprised. Well, thank you very much. And thank you to Mike Bronzo. Who set that whole thing up. Yeah, that was, that was really cool. If you are one of the 33 people who ordered the book, then you listen to the show. You can expect a invoice from me. You know, in a week or so. You guys just saw the cover of issue too. And there's a cover reveal happening probably the day before this episode drops. But I have the books in hand. I'm just waiting for Wade Chitwood to show up and autograph them all. I will invoice everybody. And as soon as they get your payment, I will send your books out. They come with a girly sticker. What happens if somebody doesn't do their payment is there like a line of people waiting to take their copies. So you have just vocalized My biggest fear, which is that I will invoice 33 people and like one person will be like, Yeah, I want to see what happens next. And the rest I they just go. I just met like somebody's like check bounces or whatever, or like they lost their credit card. And then they have to get a new one in the mail. And so it doesn't go through. Well, everybody's been assigned a number there. The book that they got is the number they get throughout. And so as soon as somebody actually pays their invoice, their number gets stuck in an envelope with their grocery sticker and sent out. And then the the ones who don't, I don't know, I imagined that there will be like some there will be a possibility of me putting together mismatch sets of people who don't finish their complete their run or something like that. I don't know how that's going to all work. Interesting. The hope is that everybody buys their entire run. I'm sure they will. Don't worry about it. The he'll be fine. Also, very little to say about it, but the sake strike is over. Yeah, happened a little while ago. So yeah, sort of. It's old news. Glad to see that moving forward. I guess. Everything is getting new release dates now. Yep. Yep. People can actually promote the content that they're in. I know. Citing I've been listening to our friend Joseph scrimshaw is Star Wars podcast, which because one of their one of the members of the show is saying they couldn't talk about Star Wars. They were just talking about everything else. Like their life. They were taking Patreon questions and stuff like that. And they just, I kind of admire them. They stood their ground and said, You know what? We're not going to talk about companies that are being struck right now. Wow. And they held on to all their Patreon subscribers. So that's gonna tell you that thing is pretty cool. That shows for center. And then who else? Who else should I promote instead of ourselves? Oh, well, there's just so many experiments. Yes, of course, I'll be hanging with Carlos. I don't know later this week, a little wack but pretty cool. We are pretty cool. And you know what I should just mention at the top of the show. If you guys feel like subscribing to our PayPal, and send him some money to support us that way. That's the way to do it. You know, we don't have a Patreon. We don't have like, Premier content on our Patreon. You know why, Eric? You know why, Vanessa? I don't I do. Because every episode is premier content. Oh, I felt like I had to step in before you said something else. Yeah. Yeah. Good call. We also have we are on buy me a coffee too, which is similar, but they don't use PayPal. So I don't know why. But if you if you're so inclined, they do that as well. As a matter of fact, oh, we've got Bill Babcock here who bought us pizzas. With a great, which looks like a fucking great movie suggestion. I think we all might enjoy watching it. I'd love to hear your thoughts on of course, the Spanish name Demian Runa, the guy who did terrified and his first horror film called The Last gateway. Oh, I was not either. And African mentioned I looked it up and that's really good. Oh, so he's said it's not it's it's maybe only available on YouTube. I couldn't find any other source for it. But he says it's there. He also says I like what she had to say about when evil lurks and terrified and want to do my part to spread the word about that this guy's make it a bitch and horror movies and needs to be given all the money to keep them common. Nice. A great. I yeah, I would love to check that out. I will say this, Bill. First of all, thank you for supporting us. Thank you for also suggesting something that sounds very interesting. And thank you for bringing back Bichon is a word that I try to use as often as possible and everyone kind of gives me a funny look. It's because you hesitate before you say it. And we're like, what do you say? And we're like, why didn't you have a confident demeanor when he said it out loud? I think it's because I throw devil horns when I say bitch in potato Bueller man. Or whatever. Okay, so that's enough self promotion for ourselves. I saw something you guys that I know you guys are not watching and you absolutely need to be watching. Oh, okay. So on HBO Max and it is called scavengers, rain. I am not watching this. What is this? It is animated. Don't let that put you off of it. I am not the one who would write I am the one that looks like something that you would have watched in 1974 from heavy metal magazine. It's it looks more like the the animation of Mobius Oh, shit. It's it is hard sci fi. It is about a group of settlers who have crashed landed on a very alien planet. 12 episodes are all available right now. And the planet is very alien. And the ending is really, really satisfying. And it is just, it's like the coolest thing I've ever seen. Do I wish it was live action? Absolutely. I do. Is that rain as in water? Or eign? Wow. And how long is how roughly how long is each episode? Is it like 2030? Like an hour long? Oh, yeah, these are real episodes with real story going on. And it's really, really crazy stuff. I mean, sounds awesome. I'm just like, I need a show. That's like 20 to 30 minutes long that I can fit into this piece of my life. Where every once in a while. I don't know, maybe once a day, I'm like, I need to just watch something small. And then come back. No, everything I watch is an hour long everything. And lower decks is all out of episode and it's all we're all done with lower decks then so I'm gonna really disappoint you because not only is this an hour long, you have to pay fucking attention to this. This is hard sci fi where you're like, oh shit, what's going on here? That's kinda like I know you will love it. I know you both will love it. It's a it's I don't know why everybody isn't talking about it. It's the coolest thing on television right now. Oh my god. That sounds amazing. It's called scavengers reigns on HBO Max. Well, speaking of stuff that we shouldn't be talking about and probably have promised at least one that we talked about. I have only really worked good. It'd be I think it is throwing us back around to some Marvel conversation. Remind me of friends named Tom. Tom. Tom. I had mentioned Eric before he got here. I was like maybe if we just have a section at the beginning of the show that's called Tom's least favorite stuff. Just throw all of our Marvel talk before we go into anything else too hot of a topic right now. And there's like too much specific stuff going on. Yeah, so I finished up Loki. Season two. Yeah. And as you guys had heard previously, I was not a fan of the first. I don't know, four of six episodes. Cuz they're trash. Let me guess. He loved the last couple episodes. Yeah. And I'm really frustrated. Because the last two episodes, I feel like they were like, we have this cool idea. And we know where we're going. But how do we get there? Does it matter? Really? Like all this crap you sit through? It does not pay off. It does not like go anywhere. So you're saying since I've watched none, I should watch just watch like the last three episodes? I mean, no, I think I think you need to go through the pain to really earn yourself the joy. But I was really impressed with the last two episodes and they're not perfect by any means. There are definitely issues amongst them. But it had such a great ending and I do not believe we're going to have another Loki season based off of how they've dealt with the plot, from what the actor has said at least not him being released. Is he out? It's kind of said I'm thinking I'm done with it. He hasn't I don't think he's officially said I'm done. But he said, I think I'm done. No, I love it was it got to a story beat that was so interesting. I was like, I need to read a bunch of comics now. Which is pretty, it I usually feel like alright, you did a good job if I'm like, interested in investing my time and reading a fucking superhero comic which I don't generally like to do stuff. I also love the last couple episodes. Okay, you saw them too. I I think it would be a real shame. If we don't get another movie with Thor and Loki together. I think that there's an opportunity to at least see him again. For sure. Yeah, especially if we're going to continue in the worlds of multiverse. I feel like there are plenty of opportunities to somehow segue even a scene would be great. I I disagree that you can only watch the last couple episodes. And it's not for the painting yet. Yes. This ties up not just season one, but season two. Yeah. And it ties up a lot of other weird multiverse stuff going on that I was like, Oh, wow, this is a surprisingly epic. right moment for a show that is on television. This should have been in a movie. It was wild. Yeah. The the last two felt so satisfying and interesting. And way that I was like, rattled like, oh my gosh, okay. Oh, okay, cool. I gotta put my phone down. I know. I have to like, really sit up in my seat because I got a real slump going on. You know, yeah, I'm still frustrated, I really still think they had no clue what to really spend their time on. I think that everything was very poorly paced. For the first four episodes. I think there were characters I didn't need to see or spend that kind of time with. I think there were missed opportunities that didn't get to shine. But where you end up is really cool. It didn't get us there that that existed. And we and we got there. There's a couple of things that you have to know about from the other four episodes for it to really feel good. But still. Yeah, I I'm right there with you. Or are we talking about anything else? Marvel this episode? We might, okay. Yeah, you don't want to just jam this all into this right here? Or? I feel like I just want Tom to be able to fast forward his 30 seconds, a couple of times. And then then we just skip me for the next to the next pick. I can talk about my second pick right now if you guys would like Did we just want to get the whole Marvel shotgun we aren't like, nailed down to it format here. You know, like how we looked at the paradise. What bullshit is he gonna spew? All right. So the other thing I wanted to talk about was I went and saw Marvel's this week. Yeah. How'd you feel about that? Um, it was pretty fun. It was a pretty fun, decent movie. I mean, it's not like I wouldn't say that it is the best Marvel movie that I've seen, but it probably is one of the better ones I've seen in the last three years. What did you like about it? I thought that the pacing of the action was really good. I think they did a very good job of incorporating the different characters and showing how they blended and bounced off one another. Well, I thought Nick Fury was way more watchable in this than in his own TV show. It is again, it's not it's not perfect. It felt kind of like a premiere. Ironically, it felt kind of like a premier television episode. To an extent because it is really reliant on you have to have seen one division and Miss Marvel to understand what the hell is happening right now. And you have to definitely remember Captain Marvel wonder if that's part of the problem, but it's received in some of the backlash is people just watch the movie. Don't watch. It could be they do do a little bit of rounding up. They do a little bit of flashback stuff. So you're not completely screwed. But it isn't nearly as like interesting. Think. Like Miss morels family shows up. And if you don't know who they are, you might be like, Who the hell are these people? Why are we spending so much time with these people? But that being said, like there were I laughed many times throughout. Like I think they did a great job with the concept of her cat which in previous films, I like cats, but I was like, This feels like I'm really getting forced into enjoying this cat scenario. And this time I was like, Fuck yes, the cat. I just I don't know. I really liked it. I had a good time with it. And I'm very very sad to hear that. It is such a huge flop. Vanessa Yeah, I saw the Marvel's. Did you really? Yeah. Oh my god. I would say that. A Farsight better than Thor. Oh my God loving thunder. Oh my god. I think Brie Larson is very attractive and a very good actor. And when she has given good material, she does fine. And I thought she did fine in this. Everyone's saying that the Miss Marvel Girl is the person who saved this movie. I found her mostly annoying, but I realized I didn't really love that series. And I didn't really need that character in this. The most interesting thing about her character is her use as a reflection of how Monica Rambeau used to feel about right. Yeah, so it felt like a dip back in time for their relationship. Sure. And that's what I liked the most about it. But yeah, it is it is a little cringy at times, you're like, oh, man, take it down a notch. Girl, I'll say this. My favorite part of it is the movie is 97 minutes long, short. Yay. Now, it feels like gigantic chunks were cut out of it. I mean, there was stuff going on. And I was like, this is this was an edit. This was smoothed over very quickly. And I imagine that's because of all sorts of things, not the least of which is the director leaving in the middle of reshoots to go start her next film and all of that, but I gotta say, I mostly liked it. The real problem is this. We are tired of these kind of gigantic movies. I don't think we're tired of superheroes if they're done on small scales, but universe destroying enemies is like, well, how many times is going to happen? It doesn't happen every two years, they now it is no longer a special thing. It's really difficult because there's something to do with like the format and the branding and the expectations and the tone and the repetitiveness of these certain elements. Because then you see something like spider, not into the spider verse, But and and whatever the, across this across the spider verse, thank you. Or, you know, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles where it like you're taking, those are epic. Those are like big, big stories. I mean, that the the spider verse movie has the big multiverse stuff going on in it. But it is so refreshing and so engaging and so genuine, that you can carve through a lot of this stuff. And you can't do it for a Marvel film. Like there's not enough and every time they try to be fresh, like a Eternals that's like, Well, yeah, exactly. Maybe people don't want that either. The comics kind of did something like this in the 80s after Marvel Secret Wars came out and was a gigantic kit and suddenly, every year there's a Huge crossover. Yeah, state every issue. And it really, really hurt comics writing for a long time. And I think the movies are stuck in that same problem too. Or it's like, yeah, well, we can't do like the Daredevil series. Now. It's got to be something huge and epic. It's like, no, no, by all means, do that kind of story. Or the I think the reason across the spider verse and into the spider verse works is that spider man is not a character you expect to see in a story like that. And so as long as he acts like he should act, which is overwhelmed by all this cosmic stuff out of water. The problem with a a superhero who is as powerful as Captain Marvel, she, you know, spoiler she literally powers a fucking sun at the end of the movie. What can't she do? So you have to make everything I'm so glad you said that. When when your character can do everything, this is the problem with every Superman movie, when he can do everything, then you have to keep upping the stakes, every movie and so it it has to be this kind of stuff. She needs to be retired and you know, the excuse for her not being around to save the world every time is that she's in far deep space, you know, we can't get a hold of her or something like that. Because otherwise, she could just show up and save the end of every single movie. Every single one. I mean, that's the problem I definitely had with Superman was I find him boring, right? Very, very fucking boring. And I do like that they try to give her some emotional stakes. I think that is the key. But they really need to spend more time on that then. Yeah, well, I am the you know, this is a disservice to her because like I said, I think she is an amazing actor. And she can do whatever is required of her and there is not a lot required of her in this except to look good in a red blue and gold skin tight suit. The irony of which is I find Brie Larson incredibly irritating most of the time, but was pleasantly surprised that I was able to maintain eye contact with her throughout this film. My love for her goes all the way back to Scott Pilgrim fair. Okay, I've got no comeback. We're on the atoms always gonna be a crusher. There was a there was a very fun stinger. I will say so for those. You don't actually have to wait until the end end end of the movie. There's nothing at that point. There is a little Stinger though. Midway and yeah, I'm yeah, we'll see. probably find it online. It is not worth the movie. Oh, no, no, no. Don't go to the movie for this thing. Okay, but it makes me wonder about the future of how they're going to handle some stuff. So right. Let's see. All right. Let me bring it crashing back to earth here. I decided since I've seen like, according to list on letterbox, something like 65 70% of the video nasties. I figured I'd add a couple others into what we're doing this month. And wow. Oh, because I've been really lucky with the ones I picked. That's it. Oh, no. movie called The Beast in heat. Oh my god. I thought about I mean, I tried to watch this one as my next one. Yeah, it's the Nazis floatation with the Yeah, perfect creature. And yeah, I don't know what that guy is supposed to represent. It's very disturbing. It's very weird. They also have moments. I don't know how much of it you watch. Some movie they picked up to insert for war scenes. Oh, yeah, that look like oh, well, that definitely was not shot by these people. Okay, this movie is awful. However, on the Severan disk, there's a documentary called fascism on a thread, the strange story of Nazis floatation cinema, which is really interesting. It is really good. It's a full 90 minute documentary. So it more than makes up for the fact that I bought this. I was gonna say rewind, let's see you own this now on disk. Now there's that period for about two or three years where it seems like I just Oh, it's coming out by seven. I'm just buying it right. And I'll be honest, most of the time, that is proven to be just fine. Yeah. This is this is more vinegar syndrome territory, I think. Yeah, I would say unless you're into the rough ease or something like that. Just avoid this one. Don't worry about it. Unless you want to see that documentary because it's very interesting about how they threaded the needle of making Nazi based stuff in Italy and Spain and some other areas at around the time when it's when there was a lot of censorship And a lot of other stuff going on. So that part's really interesting except for reiterate the idea of watching documentaries where most of the people are being subtitled. You know, when you're watching a subtitled movie, it's not constant words. Watching a subtitled documentary man. That is a library. But they're all really good. I mean, they actually had Elsa, the lady who played Elsa is a good chunk of it. She lost on the SS, right? Never have actually watched those. And the guy I think it's her husband, who was hit her agent and producer and a bunch of other shit. But they get really interesting people to talk about and even this film, the people on there kind of like yeah, that was let's move past that. So not recommended. She's, I feel like now I know why you're so curious about what I had seen. Oh, they did not overlap not watched. You know, I kind of say I hate everybody who voted for video nasty November. And I hate that I put this out there as a possibility. idea somehow, and it has been kind of horrific. I have been fine. Every movie I've watched. The first one was okay. The one I'm talking about today. Amazing. The one I talked about last week. Really solid film. Sorry, fuck. Hey, let's roll the dice crapped out have taken my winnings and gone home. Yes. You thought the beast in heat was somehow going to be a title of a very classy No, not class. But at least you know, maybe because artsy was all the ones I've missed have been some of the better ones. But Oh, all right. Well, if we're. Let's see. So Vanessa, you've talked way too much. Oh, yeah. The only thing I'll mention is that the new season of Invincible is out. And as we speak two episodes into it. Yep. And have everybody caught up on this. Pretty good. It's it's simple. I love how much it follows the comics and how they are picking and choosing what storylines they'll take from the comments. They're following. They're doing what kind of Walking Dead sort of fail that we're hates. They're taking, they're not telling the story, as the comics did. But they're taking parts of those stories and going with those storylines and telling them really well, and not not deciding to change the stories, you know, to surprise the readers or something. It's like, no, these were really good stories. That's why this was such a popular comic or now. Don't change it because you're going to alienate the people who loved it. And the people who didn't love it are going to be like, Ah, I wonder why everybody loved it. Yeah, so I think in this role is really knocking it out of the park and also just the wild release. Yeah, randomly suddenly. Oh, look, yeah, out. Yeah, I was very confused because, um, we just finished Gen view and I was like, oh, okay, we're here again. Well, and Eric and I had been talking about like, God when is invincible going to come out? And then I just got a text from him. He's like, first episode of invisible. Did you know that? And he's like, not until I got on Amazon today. So very strange. But thank you, Robert Kirkman for Yeah, for putting this out. I love it. Love it. Love it. I've got another one. Oh, give me a second one in here too. Why? Because this one's What's your second one? Yes. Okay. I thought this was your first question talking about Marvel. Well, hey, Tom, I just have a voice on this show. Oh, yeah. But finally watch the clone Tyrone. Oh my god. Danny Williford has been telling us we need to watch. Really so good. John Baptiste toyana Paris and Jamie Foxx make this movie absolutely work. And I gotta say John Bodega is almost unrecognizable. At first we weren't Is that true? I think it is. And his performances and stuff. He's like, man, they really dropped the ball in Star Wars with this guy because he he can carry a film. And he carries this one and the the other to come in and just support it perfectly. Oh, that's so wild. I didn't realize but that was shot. Oh my god. Okay. Yeah. I was about credible. Yeah. Yeah, I saw it a little while ago. Wow. So you saw the whole movie and didn't realize it was? Yeah. Yeah. No, but like, I mean, I don't want to be racist here. But do they all look the same to you? Or, Oh, my God. No, it's just there. It's called actors being really different that he does look like the same guy. I have to tell you the look of hatred that just passed her eyes when I said that. It was totally worth it. I just wanted to take a nap now this is awful. But anyways, he's damn right Danny's definitely correct. It's on Netflix easy to see. Good. Well, well, really funny. Good action. Good. Weird story. It's really fun. And if those actors had not committed the amount they had, it just would not have worked at all. It's such a weird movie. They think all three of them could very easily have been very cliched care. Oh, for sure. For sure. No drug dealer. Yeah, the streetwalker right and the pimp. And they're all not a stereotype of those roles. Really selling me on this the trailer for this looks bad. It's I don't know if I saw it. I don't know how you market this movie. Yeah. fucking weird movie. But we're gonna be like cheering in your seat. It looked. I mean, they were marketing it as a comedy. A lot of it was me laugh so I was like, Nah, it's more sci fi. It's like a conspiracy theory kind of fell. It builds to like it starts off in one genre and kind of works its way into another. Now. I'm going to tell you guys publicly that you haven't swayed me only because I don't want Danny to think that I blew him off and then hold you guys in higher regard. privately. I'm gonna watch it when you guys leave tonight. There we go. Okay, I feel better. It's definitely a secret if you just whisper it into the mic. These mics are too good. They don't catch all the side noise so knows if anything actually heard. But I said should we take a break then guys, and then when we come back, we are not talking for Thanksgiving. Because I don't know how to use the calendar. You know what? It's a weird month five Thursdays and in this month? I think you're alright. It's really really confusing. We're so sorry, everybody. It's not Thanksgiving yet. At a you'll get an bonus video nasty luck. We'll be right back this is so romantic. Well, it's about to get a little bit more romantic. A little candlelight and a little bird life you smell barbecue. Oh. And we're back. All right. So what we're doing we hard three. We're continuing to do a video on st November. I'm going to really locked down what people can vote on. And it's not it's not going to suck. Alliteration is not going to count anymore. Sorry. Let everybody know whose idea this was. Some asshole should never be listened to again. So the video nasties were of course, Alyssa 72 films in the 70s and 80s that were banned by the British film. The other BBFC BBFC. Big Black what is that? British Board of Film certification. Anyway, most of these films have been rereleased some of them with everything that was cut out put back in and you watch them and you're like, really? Okay. Very Puritan values in 1981 in Britain accurate, but we continue to look at these films. I'm only saying this this way because I'm really bitter about my choice this time. But Eric, how about you? You must have chosen a fantastic film. You know what? I did? Well, let me put 10 minutes on the buzzer. Okay, and go. Mine is free. So this one came on to video I guess because the film was released in 1972. And it's called the cannibal man I always give my family the best food that I can find. That's why I give them the flurry soup because glorious. The flavor good rich Neato. Marcus dropping work that you bought us in his office. Good rich. knows maybe it's a better job. Have you read at all? There was something Mandai speeches and that's what I'm sure we'll find out it was nobody it's easy to be afraid your turn you got a real woman not a child. I can teach you some things. Rosa we've got other customers there isn't much to see. plasters falling down walls are damp dirty nobody will find you believe that how they backmarker Wait a minute, Toby Houston is your mind don't want you to go no it doesn't smell good in here. This will get rid of the smell present is full of memories. The classic hits of yesteryear who should bury What do you get rid of the memories marriage just just a bit this one from rotten tomatoes as well had technically that two critics rating one fresh on Rotten good the crowd is a 39 which note I thoroughly disagree with Wow. Budget not sure box office no idea this was off of our own Severan disk. But I'm sure it's probably on YouTube but really had a hard time finding any other place in town. This director and Louise de la Iglesia Are you sure about that? Sure. This is also I talked about one of his movies before I can refer as a subject or I just watched it but never heroes. The drug gang kind of movie that's very good. The priest hidden pleasures. No one heard the scream. Anybody that's watched the second episode of 30 coins. Now heroes ends with a real version of that. Oh, like oh my god. This is written by the same guy. He also wrote Bulgarian lovers pals hidden pleasures. And Antonio fools who did naked girl murdered in the park. No one heard the screen, which seems like a sequel. The Vampires night orgy and death will have your eyes. Oh my god. Yes. And Dick Randall who wrote lady Frankenstein and the erotic Adventures of Robinson Corona Caruso, and by far his most famous pieces. Oh, yeah, he says actor de Barra, who was in no one heard the scream studio one soft skin on black silk. And the devil's daughter. He is fairly famous Spanish actor and his involvement is why this movie got made. He wasn't able to get it off the look that he signed on and like okay, here's your money. Emma Cohen, who's in a cult, the god the grandfather, the godfather. Night of The Walking Dead. Cross the devil and Count Dracula will save your container. Come with the rain sleep Walker. A shadow you will soon be Eldorado Matador 92 credits. I've been around for a while. So this starts off with actually incredible music in the opening credits the sets a very strong, interesting relaxed tone, really, really solid opening introduced to the lead is in a strange house. It's got like, centerfold kind of things on the wall, but they're not naked bikini models. So you know, he's being respectful. There's another man using binoculars to watch kids play which seemed a little innocent at first and then as the movie progresses, I'm like, Oh, that was a really, really uncomfortable way of introducing that this character is gay. Because why Spain at that time you could not have a outwardly gay character. But as the movie goes on there scenes between him and Marcos the lead that are very much implying that you're leading like this really long swimming pool seen and then they're showering afterwards. In a very cool looking shower. It's not an indoor shower, but it's like, well, this goes on for a very long time. So they, they weren't equating pedophilia with being gay. That's like, they were older at least but yeah, sounds like all right. That's a little strange. Okay, interesting. But the Marcos does have a girlfriend and says he's gonna marry her once he gets a better job at the factory. They are out too late one night and get picked up by a cab and in the back of the cab, they start getting a little too handsy with each other in the cab driver gets all pissy and kiss kicks them out. But demands that they pay for the short ride he already gave them. And Marcos refused to pay that and the guy attacks them centering his attack on his girlfriend, Marcos hits the guy on the head with a rock. Now they're not entirely certain what happens. So they run away at that. And then we go the next morning to Marco so when you say I'm not entirely certain what happens like, like if they killed him or something. Right, it's left a little open there. I'm gonna say if you're not keen on watching how cows actually get butchered. You might want to fast forward through this scene. All right, this is how Vanessa became a vegetarian. He does get the necessary promotion and hey, we will get married. And though she had the taxi driver died. They have no idea who killed them. And his No, they're quite fiance's, but she suggests we have to go the police. He's like I'm not. I'm not going to the police. And it escalates to the point where he kills her. Oh, wait a minute. This is a big argument. So he's snack he's not gonna do it not gonna do it. Because what his reasoning is, okay, this works. Because the police only care about the rich and telling the truth wouldn't matter, even though that's what she says if you tell the truth, it matters. Like that doesn't matter. I have no money. And so back and forth, she dies. And he, this is where the movie really has a nice, this is half an hour into the film. So wow, it's like moving fast. And he starts to it starts to slow descent into madness. And this which is really interesting to watch it he follows up by telling his brother of the murderer, who also tells him to turn himself in. Can you see where this one's gonna go? And you are correct. And so that keeps escalating more and more people. And they start to pile up and then film starts to get darker as he tries to figure out how to get rid of the bodies and it involves the butcher place but also involves the people working there going. What is this guy doing? Why is he always bringing a sporting bag into work? And it's as we used to say how it said we've said on the podcast in a long time it is deliberate, deliberately pace. Oh, sure. After that first half hour, it just sets a pace and moves at it. It's very consistent. The rest of the movie then is dealing kind of dealing with his madness and trying to get away with the murders. Really solid foam tagline when the butcher goes berserk like oh no that's that's the entire tagline. Yeah. Oh as like when the butcher goes to preserve what? Because see the movie and you'll know the the English title is actually really made up. The translation of the original Spanish title is the week of the killer. So they decided we're just going to change it to something we think is more sellable. But the entire reason it got banned by the video nasties was there as called cannibal man. That word cannibal basically led to an automatic because of cannibal for all and some of the other cannibal movies. And this is not a particularly violent film. And it's not a particularly brutal, uncomfortable film, but it is banned. It's got elements of social commentary about wealth and poverty, dark tale of a man on the edge for where his troubles and this got strong, if slightly dated performances. The gay character although is never explicitly said is Marcos healthiest relationship by far in the film. But he's uh, he's is there to juxtapose so juxtaposition to Marcos in that he's wealthy he lives in The new expensive high rise, which everyone's always saying, Oh, now that you've got your promotion Are you going to move out of your house into the new high rise and when he finally visits him is another title for the movie was apartment on the 13th floor when he finally visits him it's a very different world incredibly well done in Spain at the time you had to spend send your scripts to the censorship people before you made it. Oh, so he could so a lot of times people would literally send completely different scripts. How blue Paul, but one of the rules is you can't read it write a movie that makes Spain look bad. Interpret that but okay. Well, having cannibals in your country. It's not a selling point. Oh, no. So long as they're fine upstanding citizens though. Exactly. There is a I couldn't verify this. But there's a rumor that at one point, it got the vomit bag treatment, where you go to the movie, pay your ticket and you get a free vomit bag right? Which somebody on IMDb wrongly credited as the first time that has been done. But you know, it's about 10 years after the first one I could find out it happened, but I gotta tell you, once again, I got a good one. This is an incredibly well made film by a very strong filmmaker who really has, he knows what he's doing. Well worth checking out. Nice. I'm really fucking happy for you. Wow, this one was also just to redeem a little bit a seventh film release. Wow. Nice. Vanessa. Yeah 10 minutes I know you had an spectacular film as well. Um, so there are some films on my to do to see one day list and if not now then when? So I watched the 1972 film last house on the left it rests on 13 acres of earth over the very center of hell. years the First Motion Picture to offer to the daring a look into the final maddening space between life and death. The last house on the left to avoid fainting keep repeating its sights and sounds far beyond anything you've tested. Last house on the left you avoid fainting keep repeating. Movie take as much as you can. Feel bad movie of the year. Oh my gosh. I have so many thoughts. I'm probably gonna go over. Here's the last trivia. All right, so Rotten Tomatoes score of 63% from critics and 50% from audience pretty beloved movie. Weird word to you. But all right. I'm just telling you a link. I'm reading the stats here. Budget of 90k box office of 2.3 million just under directed by Wes Craven is 31 credits to his name including Hills Have Eyes my deadly friends which is a great film Nightmare on Elm streets robots. serpent in the rainbow people under the stairs scream red eye and his last film was screened for before he passed away. I sense a robot killer theme for an episode in December. So much better than video nasties. We're starting now I'm gonna go a little bit further into the credits than I normally do just because this cast is like insane. Yeah, Sandra Peabody, who has 17 credits including this in Legend of Boggy Creek became a prolific children's TV producer, looser, Lucy Grantham who has six credits, but a lot of them were for behind the scenes of this film. And like a few uncredited roles. David has 41 credits to his name, including but he is not just an actor. He's also a composer. And he wrote a lot of music for Elvis, including all shook up. Music is he is much more known for that. And then acting. Fred Shea Lincoln has 85 credits his name. He also directed 350 films and edited 91 He is credited with helping start the hardcore porn scene in New York City in the 70s. I was gonna say that is a lot of films unless you're a porn director. We're mostly acted his acting roles in non porn, non sex roles in the porn films, but a few and he also did some stunt work. He went on to direct the 1983 film, go for it, which got him a critic critics Film Award. And his son is an indie filmmaker who wrote Amityville aliens. We'll get to it. I was gonna say I look forward to that one. That guy has a great look on IMDb pic. Jeremiah reigns seven credits to her name, even to do let that seven for you. She did have 116 episodes of doctors in the UK and Mark shelf for six credits. This was really his only film role, but he went on to write for TV and did things like Charles in Charge and Harry and the Hendersons. Oh, I'm sorry. And there's also Martin Cove, who plays one of the Rando police officers. Is that Miss Yes, wow. 236 credits whose name but we know him as crease from the Karate Kid. So he's quite handsome in this movie, actually. The story follows. You just like, we know what this story is about. Oh, so again, this is my first time watching you. There's a lot of things I didn't expect. Mary, with an eye is the young free spirited teen who is ready to go to a concert with our friend Phyllis. On her birthday. She jokes with her parents about how square they are, as they express their concerns about her going and seeing a band who are known to kill live chickens on stage. They also chastise her for not wearing a bra. And she insists that they are super out of touch. It's her birthday. So her dad gifts her with a special peace sign necklace and she goes off with Phyllis. We don't really see them at the concert, they mostly run around in the woods. They drink, they go towards the concert, we watch them get ice cream, and then they try to find drugs, all while very folk music place like really folk music, like rainbows and sunshine. Common down the way like the whole time. Meanwhile, some convicts have escaped prison. They are murderers, rapists, et cetera. They are in league with a woman of unknown description. And we see them hanging out in a safe house with a cat and I thought something would happen to the cat and it does not. So don't worry about that. However, they want to bang the girl and she's like no, go bring some ladies here. So they send Jr out who goes outside on the stoop right as the girls are looking to buy drugs and he invites them in right row. Now I thought because it's called last house on the left. Maybe they would go to the last house on the left and find them there. No, no, the girls find them. So that was exciting. At that point, they are of course kidnapped, assaulted. This is all intercut with her parents prepping for her return with a birthday banner, a cake and a little bit of friskiness. It's super comedic every time they cut away. The next morning the game throws the girls into a trunk take them to the woods and of course, happens to be on the edge of Mary Mary's property. And so there's this kind of like, is she going to be able to get to her house? Is she going to be able to get away? But of course not. But it's okay. Don't worry. As these things are happening in the woods, we get to see the cops who are kind of vaguely aware that these two girls are missing, fumble around and get lost and can't find directions and try to get ready get a ride with a lady with a bunch of chickens in her car and it's very funny. Okay, and then we go back to rape and then the gang murders them and washes, washes themselves and then wanders to the nearest house which happens to be Mary's parents house, who the mom announces hey, we've got guests and they are all just sitting there because they their car broke down. They are offered to stay for dinner, have a room for the night. And eventually, of course the Senate takes a turn for the worse. They realize this is the girl that they just killed the family. But that doesn't really bother them because you know they get free food and board and the mom notices that Jr. is now wearing various peace sign necklace. parents decide to go ahead and take some revenge. Things happen look kinda Thanks, Vanessa. Well, let me tell you then credits roll and we have happy music with band Joe's and because us because he was really threw me for a loop. My thoughts about this. So it was really interesting. I watched this on YouTube, there was a one hour 10 minute version, and I was like, this is a pretty tame movie. So I found on YouTube a one hour and 24 minute version, and rewatched any of the scenes that I felt like maybe were cut a little short? Yeah, um, it didn't help. But there were actually quite a few scenes where it's like, somebody has their throat slit and you don't really see it or somebody has a piece of their anatomy, but not you don't really see it. There's like a lot you don't actually see. So I think the reason why this film affected people the way they did is it's got this very cheap cinema Verity style. It's a lot of handheld. There's really rough edits than this. It feels extremely jarring the pacing is very confusing. And it gives it a more raw real feel. Even though music is just puking Yakety Sax 50% of the time. Like I am not even kidding and it's seven years is fuck on top of it. Like I was like this is not the movie I thought I was gonna be um it's there's a couple of kind of weird things throughout the thing it's just some writing stuff it's really gross from her dad talks about her not wearing a bra and and she kisses him on the mouth as a thank you for the net. I was like This is weird. Please don't do that. I'm not sure if it's better or worse that they keep cutting to these comedy scenes while like incredibly horrible things are going on. But it definitely gives it a feel but I think the thing that really makes this a standout movie is the way in which we get these moments where like the friend and her are about to get assaulted and she talks her down is like just look at me we're friends gonna be okay like just you know, we're gonna get through this and you're like okay, that's the hard part or now after the one of the assaults the all of them like all the gang have gotten people start washing themselves off and they look kind of guilty and like weirded out by themselves and like the morning after, and I'm like this is what's making this a film that's worth talking about. It's a talented filmmaker that's taking what might have just been a cheap exploitation movie and really ramping up the uncomfortable yes make sure 100% And I think that that's where it's its strengths lie I think that's what makes it worth watching because the rest is so stupid. Yeah, and like me Yeah, and horrible of course, but like I was kind of surprised I guess I thought it was gonna be a lot worse than the banjo really softened. So much trivia. Listen, you can't have rape and banjo shit nevermind is that's different. Yeah, I that was the thing I kept coming back to I was like, Man, this has got some real delivered spots. I'm just I do want to talk a little bit about the BBFC stuff I can I can cut out all the rest of the trivia but this one. This was refused a certificate for cinema from the BBFC in 1974 due to scenes of explicit and sadistic sexual violence and humiliation. During the early 1980s Home Video boom the film was released uncut. Say for an incidental Gore free seen with the comic relief cops and the end credit roll. As video did not fall under BBFC remit at the time, they changed the name. This changed in 1982 with the video nasty scare starting leading to the video recordings act of 1984 and the movie landed on the Department of Public Prosecutions list of video nasties and was banned. The film remained banned throughout the remainder of the 80s and the 90s. However, it had developed an underground court reputation in the UK, and critics such as Mark Kermode, who I am a huge fan of and have been listening to since like 2005 began to laud the film as an important piece of work. In 2000. The film was again presented to the BBFC for a theatrical set certification and was again refused. The Independent Film label blue underground toured an uncut print around Britain without a BBFC cert certificate certificate. Southampton City Council grant granted its own 18 certificate and the film was allowed to show a one off in Leicester in 2000, after which the BBFC again declared that it would not receive any form of certification. In June of 2002. It pvsc prevailed against an appeal made by the video appeals committee by the distributor blue underground limited They said that if they cut 16 seconds of sexual violence, they would granted an 18. Blue underground limited refused to make any cuts, and the BBFC therefore rejected it. Then, the distributor appealed to the video appeals committee, who upheld the BBFC decision. But then during the appeal, the film critic Mark Kermode again, was called in as a horror expert to make a case for the film's historical importance. However, after his report, the committee not only upheld their cuts, but demanded and additional ones that went very well screw you connect bar. You think you'll like this nasty stuff. The film was eventually given an 18 in July of 2002, with 31 seconds cut, and was released in the UK on DVD in May 2003. The cut was the cutscenes were viewable as a slideshow extra on the disk. And there was a link to a website where the cutscenes could be viewed. The BBFC finally classified an uncut film version, as an 18 for this release, in 2008 2011, finally, was allowed to be put into print in 2008. So there's so many versions of this that apparently, Wes Craven and his crew set up a special editing office to restore prints returned from cinemas because every single one would come back chopped up by the theater owners. Oh, wow. Yeah, there are many, many different versions of this that exist. So just because including ones where it says uncut, does not mean it's uncut. Most of those actually have the lesbian rape section removed, removed from it. So yeah. Even I was like putting together the trailers for this. Yeah, just having that trailer play limits, is really uncomfortable movie. I will, I will link you to a soundtrack. You just go ahead and put any of them on the top. And that'll be an accurate experience. It was yeah, you know, I, I was really worried about watching it. I was really, really freaked out that it was going to be too stressful and too much and just too gross and not but I will say through an editor's eyes. I think it was okay. I was like, okay, I can see structurally like what's happening here. Sure. This works for exactly the reasons you were talking about. It's the same reason that Texas Chainsaw Massacre is such a brilliant film, cuz it's not a great movie, right? But the stuff that it implies is what you walk away with at the end. Did you think you've seen some really horrible shit when what you have seen is a bunch of stuff that wasn't shown, but sticks in your head. So yeah, I fucking hate this movie, sir. My brother, who was quite a bit older than me when I was getting into holder, I was like, into horror. He was like, you gotta see last house on the left. I was like, oh, okay, that's scary. Honey is like it's pretty brutal. Yeah, that's a better word for it. He didn't say he didn't say scary, though. When I watched it. I was like, this is brutal. Yeah, this is not what I like. I this is why I like my horror to be supernatural. And I just don't like watching. I feel like I suddenly understand what you don't enjoy home invasion movies. Yeah. Talk with you. Hmm. But also I like to take a really firm stance and say I am against rape. You know? No, I know. I know that. You're fine with a Vanessa. That's why you talked about this. You've talked about rape movies. So I'd like to stand up and say you know, I like to take a hard stance and say no rape for me. Oh, Captain, My Captain. Anyway, put 10 minutes on the board and talk about my cheese and crackers. I chose poorly from 1981 a film called absurd Now, Eric, have you seen absurd? I don't think I have no, I bet you have. Okay. Does it have like five other film titles? It does, but I'm not gonna get into any of that shit. I just think the fact that you would name your film absurd and it's not an absurd film. Not funny. No. Like alright I think that we all need to redefine this word, no budget or box office information and in fact no Rotten Tomatoes critics but the audience gives it 57% You guys are all very generous. This is directed by the inimitable Joe D'Amato. Ah, there you go, who has 199 credits, including erotic knights of the Living Dead porno Holocaust sir and some like at heart, oh my god. It was written by George Eastman 46 credits Italian God, George Eastman, including escape from women's prison. Black sex, and Anthro puffy AGIS to oh my god, there was a second. Yes, I'm good. One and done. Thanks. starring George Eastman, the writer who has 60 Acting credits, including the Django movies which I fucking love, blood and bullets and warriors of the Wasteland which I believe Eric chose is one of our films. Also has any bell in it who has 39 credits including sex rally, teenage Emanuelle wife, Mistress Phoenix. No, no, no, no. I'm not done. You guys. First had Rousseff who has 39 credits, including the voyeur and double team and the Passion of the Christ. Oh, all right. I didn't see the projection of his life. Also Also starring in this is Charles boring Mel. Katya Berger, Edmund, Purdue, and Cindy lead better. Okay, you guys, this was not a very good movie, but it had a couple of moments that I did enjoy. We meet Mikos right off the bat and he is going to be our antagonists throughout the movie. He's quite insane. And through a chunk of exposition at the beginning, we find out that he was a church sanctioned experiment that ended up giving him a muted to healing factor while also drove him insane. Now he has escaped from the church laboratory and there is a Vatican priest who helped create him trying to hunt him down. So okay, hold on. This movie is super cheap, it looks really bad. But at this point, I am all fucking in a story. I love the idea of a Catholic secret experiment, and a Vatican priest slash Doctor slash assassin and all of that it is a very rich backstory that is mostly ignored for the rest of this movie, but Jesus Frankenstein so the priest tracks Mikos to a small town and ends up killing him by impaling him on a set of railings on this long fence. He is definitely dead. He's been disembowelled. But the priests can't get to him to finish the job which entails having to, quote destroy the cerebral mass. So anyway, at the morgue Mikos comes back to life and murders a nurse. And the priests guesser too late because he was planning on going there to destroy the cerebral mass. And Mikos escapes the hospital. So he gets away, and then he attacks a guy on a motorcycle with the intent of stealing the bike. But instead Mikos is accidentally hit by a passing car. The guy who hits him panics and keeps driving. Now we follow the guy who hit him with a hit and run driver. Yes, the driver turns out to be heading home to pick up his wife, and they're going to a friend's house to watch the football game. Everyone is very wealthy in this movie because they practically live in a castle. It's it's definitely a very luxurious British manner in America, because they're going to watch a football game. As you do, yeah, they've got two kids. One is a very young son who believes in the boogeyman, and a daughter who is confined to a bed because of some kind of problem with her spine. She is literally strapped to the bed at her arms and her head to keep her from moving. Right. That's not going to come back at all. I don't know. I know it's hard to tell it these kinds of movies. It does come back. They leave the kids with a babysitter. Well actually, they leave the kids with their friend who is going to stay there long enough for the babysitter to come. And they head over to their friends where they and we watch a shit ton of football footage of this movie. And a ton of football. On the television interspersed with shots of the friends all watching the football footage. It is fucking excruciating. Touchdown, it's stuff like that. I will say this. All the plays are great. I'm like if this was a real football game, it would be the best football game ever. Because all they've done is pick highlights from this game, right? And it's just like, holy shit. This is just happening. play after play. Plays ever but still. Why are we watching 15 minutes of football focus. Meanwhile, Mikos has made his way to the manor because remember, he has a healing factor. So even though he was hit by the car, he's feeling just fine. There's a family friend there. She is waiting just long enough for the babysitter to arrive and she opens the door. Miko says not only to get a pickaxe through the skull No. When the babysitter arrives, she surprised that the kids were left alone, even if only for a short time because of course he's dragged the pickaxe girl away. But in short order the little boy start seeing Miko surround the corners and stuff like that. And he's telling the babysitter that the boogeyman is in the house and pretty soon, she discovers the pickaxe in the head of the friend. It is a lovely long shot of the body and the pickaxe in the head and you can clearly see the dead woman breathe a couple of times. Excellent. That's good stuff, right? I enjoy that. Mikos attacks the babysitter, and she tells the boy to run and get help while she tries to lower the killer away. He catches her in the kitchen. And there is a pretty horrific scene where he grabs her and and turns the oven on and shoves her head in the oven. And this is you know their lady so there's flames in the oven. He just holds her head in the oven and her skin starts to burn off and her hair is burning off and I was like okay, this is rough. I started getting to see why this was banned. Then and then he kind of just leaves her dead hanging out of the oven. Mikos goes after the girl in the bed then. So the babysitter had jammed a couch against the door. And he's trying to break into it. And meanwhile, she's struggling to get her straps all undone she can barely move. And it's actually pretty stressful scene but then in true Joe DiMaggio style. It just goes on and on and on. And you're like okay, I get it. She's having a hard time at some point. You know, this guy's breaking in like the football scene and this scene you're like this is all padded out to make this a feature length film. It just this this stress goes to boredom and you're like I wish that somebody would just die. But then just as he's about to break in the babysitter who had her hair and face burned off she shows up and stabs Mikos in the neck with a pair of scissors and you think oh this is it she stabbed him in the back of the neck right the cerebral mass No, it doesn't work. She's in rough shape. Her skin is all blizzards hair is gone and he kills her and she gives the daughter a chance to escape her bedroom. Yeah, he murders her I say here EcoSmart finally murders the babysitter properly and then gets blinded by the young girl. She comes after her and she's got like a compass. Remember the old compasses you'd have in drawing class with a very pointy thing and the pencil, grabs those in both eyes right? blinds him. And then folks strap on your seat belt for the longest slowest chase scene ever. Because the girl cannot move very fast and Nico's can't see. So they're both stumbling through the house and it is really fucking ridiculous. No, we'll make those catches the girl before she can escape out of a window or will the girl end up trapping Mikos in the broken window and using the broken window pane to saw his head off. The movie ends with a scene that is so great that it almost makes up for the 89 minutes that came before it and I will say this almost it almost makes it does not make up for trivia. Got about 30 seconds here. The film was one of the original 74 uk video nasties and banned by the BBFC. In 1984. It was released uncut on Blu ray in the UK in 2017. It was one of 39 titles. It was one of 39 titles to be successfully prosecuted under the obscene publication acts in 1984 and Jota model attempted to make the film more attractive to the American market by setting it in the United States. Even though it was shot in Italy and was the first time tomato direct is spoken in English as it was conceived almost exclusively for the foreign market. It is one of those films that we all love where it is spoken in English and then dubbed in English as well. So good absurd. It wasn't quite absurd enough to warrant this title. But it was pretty bad. I have not seen this it is kind of a spurt spiritual sequel to what's the one that Joe D'Amato did with this guy where he's he ends up with his guests hanging out at the end day of the beast or something like that. It sounds so much like when a stranger calls. Well, it is nothing like that if it sounds like that is because I did a very bad job of explaining this movie when stranger. Oh, much better than this. This is really kind of a I think it's Joe tomatoes answered a Halloween. He's definitely trying to do a babysitter and young kids being attacked by a serial killer who can't be killed. Okay, so quite bad. I imagine Tony Kaye loves this movie. always possible. Only one way to find out. I guess I'll have to have drinks with him. Wow. I hate drinking. Yes, as he finishes the last of his bottle tonight. This is the part Wait, wait a second. I guess next week is finally Frank's giving. It's right. Okay, there will be Thanksgiving. The whole point of that is that we could do Frankenstein films in the middle of video nasty November. I was so excited when I thought we only had to do three are so happy. Can you imagine if we didn't have Thanksgiving and we had two five? No, I can't. I cannot fathom that. We how would we do that? Enough? Have you already picked your Thanksgiving film? I have a pretty strong inkling of what I'm going to do. Yeah, I have to. I think that's going to be a really fun episode and it releases on Frank's giving. So everybody can share it along with us. Share it with your family or share it with all your friends. I want to point out for EagleEye or Eagle ear listeners. You'll notice that you didn't hear my voice saying all the Spanish names of the cannibal man. No, I would like to thank mica for that. He provided the proper pronunciations. Thank you Mica. Mica is a treasure we don't deserve. We don't and we appreciate it so much. We don't get this for every country. 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