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Horror Movies To Watch: Night Of The Demons Retrospective

October 19, 2020 Johnny Spoiler and The Binge-Watchers Season 22 Episode 4
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Horror Movies To Watch: Night Of The Demons Retrospective
Oct 19, 2020 Season 22 Episode 4
Johnny Spoiler and The Binge-Watchers

TONIGHT WE ARE TALKING ABOUT AN AWESOME 80S HORROR SERIES THAT WE ARE ALL SURPRISED WE HAVE NOT COVERED FULLY --- NIGHT OF THE DEMONS 

Before we dive deep into this demonic terror let’ see...

WHAT’VE WE HEARD ABOUT MOVIE AND TV HEADLINES 

  • Coming 2 America,  the sequel to Coming To America is headed to Amazon Prime.
  • Soul animated movie is moving to Disney Plus. 
  • Dexter is getting a Showtime revival and so, Johnny spoils Dexter’s original ending.
  • Rob Riggle is getting divorced.
  • Phil Collins is getting divorced.
  • Home improvement TV son arrested in real life.
  • Tabloid rumors about classic star, Cary Grant.
  • Alan Moore says Adam West is his favorite Batman.

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TONIGHT’S MOVIES ARE...Collectively Night of the Demons and its sequels.

Night of the Demons (also known as: Halloween Party) is a 1988 American horror film written and produced by Joe Augustyn and directed by Kevin S. Tenney. The film tells the story of ten high school seniors having a Halloween party in an isolated mortuary. Their party turns into a nightmare when after conducting a séance as a party game, they unlock the demon that remains locked in the crematorium. Filming of Night of the Demons took place in South Central Los Angeles, California, USA, and lasted for two months.

Briefly about Kevin Tenney, he did all the Witchboard movies, Demolition University with Corey Haim and Pinoccio’s Revenge.

The film was followed by the sequels Night of the Demons 2 (1994) and Night of the Demons 3 (1997), along with a remake in 2009.

In Night of the Demons 2, Angela returns from Hell to target her sister Melissa and her friends at a Catholic school that gets drawn back to Hull house 6 years later.

Night of the Demons 3 (released as Demon House in the UK) is the third film in the Night of the Demons series. It was released direct to video in 1997 by Paramount Pictures and Republic Pictures in R-Rated and Unrated versions. In this one, teen vandals hide from the police in Hull House and run afoul of the evil waiting to entrap them including the returning franchise vixen and arch-demon Angela.

Favorite Bits From Night Of The Demons:

  • Naughty lipstick trick.
  • “Sour Balls” dialogue joke.
  • Escape through barb-wire from the demons.
  • Razor blade Halloween gag that turns against the neighborhood crank who intends to do harm.

Favorite Bits From Night Of The Demons 2:

  • Mutant breasts that kill.
  • Nun with Rambo skills.
  • The resident demon expert.

QUESTIONS FROM OUT THERE 

Fans Carolynn and Paul sent Johnny a book, a copy of I’m Dying Up Here.

Which was adapted into one of his favorite Showtime shows called also I’m Dying Up Here, A drama about comedians that starred some of the best working comedians today and some of the best actors of  our gen. Featuring Andrew Santino, Clark Duke, Erik Griffin, Michael Angarano, RJ Cyler, Al Madrigal, Jake Lacy, Jon Daly, Stephen Guarino, Jeffrey Nordling, Ginger Gonzaga. Also great are Ari Graynor, Melissa Leo, and Xosha Roquemore.

WHAT ELSE ARE THE BINGE-WATCHERS WATCHING? Total Recall, Serpent And The Rainbow, The Silence Of The Lambs, The Wolf Of Snow Hollow, Love And Monsters.

NEXT WEEK: we CONTINUE our October season line up, probably a collection of vampire road movies, which is a sparse but unique subgenre.

Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/bingewatcherspodcast)

Show Notes Transcript

TONIGHT WE ARE TALKING ABOUT AN AWESOME 80S HORROR SERIES THAT WE ARE ALL SURPRISED WE HAVE NOT COVERED FULLY --- NIGHT OF THE DEMONS 

Before we dive deep into this demonic terror let’ see...

WHAT’VE WE HEARD ABOUT MOVIE AND TV HEADLINES 

  • Coming 2 America,  the sequel to Coming To America is headed to Amazon Prime.
  • Soul animated movie is moving to Disney Plus. 
  • Dexter is getting a Showtime revival and so, Johnny spoils Dexter’s original ending.
  • Rob Riggle is getting divorced.
  • Phil Collins is getting divorced.
  • Home improvement TV son arrested in real life.
  • Tabloid rumors about classic star, Cary Grant.
  • Alan Moore says Adam West is his favorite Batman.

Get 7 days of free movies and shows on Starz with a simple sign up. Redeem details here: https://www.bwpodast.com/starz-offer

TONIGHT’S MOVIES ARE...Collectively Night of the Demons and its sequels.

Night of the Demons (also known as: Halloween Party) is a 1988 American horror film written and produced by Joe Augustyn and directed by Kevin S. Tenney. The film tells the story of ten high school seniors having a Halloween party in an isolated mortuary. Their party turns into a nightmare when after conducting a séance as a party game, they unlock the demon that remains locked in the crematorium. Filming of Night of the Demons took place in South Central Los Angeles, California, USA, and lasted for two months.

Briefly about Kevin Tenney, he did all the Witchboard movies, Demolition University with Corey Haim and Pinoccio’s Revenge.

The film was followed by the sequels Night of the Demons 2 (1994) and Night of the Demons 3 (1997), along with a remake in 2009.

In Night of the Demons 2, Angela returns from Hell to target her sister Melissa and her friends at a Catholic school that gets drawn back to Hull house 6 years later.

Night of the Demons 3 (released as Demon House in the UK) is the third film in the Night of the Demons series. It was released direct to video in 1997 by Paramount Pictures and Republic Pictures in R-Rated and Unrated versions. In this one, teen vandals hide from the police in Hull House and run afoul of the evil waiting to entrap them including the returning franchise vixen and arch-demon Angela.

Favorite Bits From Night Of The Demons:

  • Naughty lipstick trick.
  • “Sour Balls” dialogue joke.
  • Escape through barb-wire from the demons.
  • Razor blade Halloween gag that turns against the neighborhood crank who intends to do harm.

Favorite Bits From Night Of The Demons 2:

  • Mutant breasts that kill.
  • Nun with Rambo skills.
  • The resident demon expert.

QUESTIONS FROM OUT THERE 

Fans Carolynn and Paul sent Johnny a book, a copy of I’m Dying Up Here.

Which was adapted into one of his favorite Showtime shows called also I’m Dying Up Here, A drama about comedians that starred some of the best working comedians today and some of the best actors of  our gen. Featuring Andrew Santino, Clark Duke, Erik Griffin, Michael Angarano, RJ Cyler, Al Madrigal, Jake Lacy, Jon Daly, Stephen Guarino, Jeffrey Nordling, Ginger Gonzaga. Also great are Ari Graynor, Melissa Leo, and Xosha Roquemore.

WHAT ELSE ARE THE BINGE-WATCHERS WATCHING? Total Recall, Serpent And The Rainbow, The Silence Of The Lambs, The Wolf Of Snow Hollow, Love And Monsters.

NEXT WEEK: we CONTINUE our October season line up, probably a collection of vampire road movies, which is a sparse but unique subgenre.

Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/bingewatcherspodcast)

Speaker 1:

Pissed my wife off. And she said she was going to disrupt the podcast. Is there a podcast to tell you what are the best flowers

Speaker 2:

Box of wine? Oh , pull something cold on ice.

Speaker 1:

Getting back to what makes us podcast great. Talking about movies we love and sharing them with you tonight. We're talking about an awesome eighties horror series that we're all surprised. We have not covered fully the 19th of demons trilogy. So this is in fact none of the demons are retrospective, but before we dive deep into this demonic terror, let's see. What have we heard about movies and TV headlines? Let's go to the guys. What have you guys heard? Let's go to Nick, Nicki lates . What do you got for us?

Speaker 2:

I have heard that coming to America too. Will end up going straight to streaming on Amazon prime prime picked it up, huh ? Yeah . I was kinda like wondering, I haven't, we haven't seen a trailer or anything yet, but it's kind of interesting. All of these movies are now companies like prime or Netflix are just like, well shoot you going to come back.

Speaker 1:

That is big news actually, because that was sure. Sure. Shit going to go to theatrical. Does it a big movie? Oh , it's a secret to coming to America and they did this play on words with the title. It's a , it's a number two instead of the letter too . Right . So instead of like T O it's just, it's the number of symbol. Um , that has a good story. Have you guys heard about this, Nick? Do you know about the story? Well , cause it's Eddie Murphy's movie, right? Like where he came, he was a Prince of an African country, right. Comes to America. Right. Works at like a competitor of McDonald's Marriott wants to marry the daughter, but can't because he's supposed to be in an arranged marriage. Right. Great cast. Right? Like Louis Anderson , uh , obviously Eddie Murphy, Arsenio hall , uh , I forget who plays the dad of the McDonald's , which is like the fake McDonald's , but he's a really good actor.

Speaker 2:

You've seen him in a hundred movies.

Speaker 1:

Yeah. And John Amos, he was in the diehards and he's coming back to supposedly for the SQL , but they said, Leslie Jones is going to play the mother of like this illegitimate American son of Eddie Murphy's character. Like that's why he's coming back to America to find his kid. Oh, this is great. And like pitted against Leslie Jones. Like she's really funny. So it'll be cool to see. Oh , uh , and supposedly playing like a brother-in-law or an uncle or something is , uh , Tracy Morgan.

Speaker 2:

So that might be nice . Isn't it? Isn't Wesley Snipes in it too. I thought, yeah .

Speaker 1:

His names is the brother of the girl that was part of the arranged marriage, like who Eddie Murphy's character was supposed to marry, but then did not. So I wonder if he's going to be like the villain maybe of the, of the movie, like coming back for some revenge or maybe they ended up being best buds. Who knows? Maybe they're friends. I don't know.

Speaker 2:

Yeah. But it'd be funny if he was IRS . What , what about the villain is the IRS. Oh, you mean,

Speaker 1:

That's why they have to make this movie cause anymore for gas tax problems or? Oh no. You're saying cause of the Wesley Snipes.

Speaker 2:

Yeah.

Speaker 1:

We're going to live that down with you, Adam or what is , this is like the third Wesley Wesley Snipes tax joke. You've made like, we were talking about blade and you're like, Oh taxes.

Speaker 2:

No, no , no . I wasn't even. It's like, you're taking it unknown territory for me. I was just thinking like, if you're coming to America and you're a wealthy Prince from somewhere else and you've got a kid here that you're just going to have to deal with the tax man, I'm just saying, Oh, well Dave's only one

Speaker 1:

Office removed from the tax man in his day job. So maybe that's cutting too close to home for Dave. Let's just stick to the movies. All right.

Speaker 2:

Yeah . Dave works with a man.

Speaker 1:

All right . Uh, well in some way we all pay taxes and we all kind of work for the man. We're all, we're all screwed.

Speaker 2:

Um , God

Speaker 1:

And taxes are too close to politics. That's good if we're going to fuck up the show in the first three minutes. Okay. Who has some other movie related news and not tax-related news, Dave.

Speaker 2:

Yeah . Oh, I got something.

Speaker 1:

I did. I say Adam. I said, Dave , you got something .

Speaker 2:

Oh, sorry.

Speaker 1:

Oh yeah .

Speaker 2:

Kind of going similar along with what Nick was going on. Um, uh, so Disney Pixar soul , which was supposed to go into theaters is now going straight to Disney plus. And the other big nose is Disney says it's focusing more on streaming now. So this is the way the world, our movie world going here on out. I mean, well, California Disneyland isn't even open anymore. Right.

Speaker 1:

Making fun of, they keep making fun of Mickey for not being able to open his door.

Speaker 2:

Yeah.

Speaker 1:

I'm in South park all the time about it. It's funny. But yeah.

Speaker 2:

Therefore going like the moon lawn model, like I guess that didn't work for in the long run. So they're just like, Oh, here it is on Disney plus don't pay extra on Christmas day. So we'll have coming to America. And then the new Disney Pixar movie, all this Christmas, they got a lot of negative PR for charging on top of the service. So we bombed pretty much. I don't know if it bombed, but I don't think it was as lucrative as they wanted. So I mean, I think it did better than tenant in theaters here in the U S but Oh, it did. Yeah. It did like 40 something million in the U S it's not . Yeah . Wow. Well, 10 it's been beat like two weekends in a row by like two new movies. Like one was like the war with grandpa with Robert neighborho . But no one's making over like a million or $2 million at the theater. I mean, Hocus Pocus is actually doing better than those movies. It's crazy.

Speaker 1:

That's why, when Nick, when you said that you could rent an AMC theater for 99 bucks. Oh my gosh. I was like, so you could make a cheap movie. And in theory you could make a movie , a cheap rent, a theater and go number one at the real box.

Speaker 2:

You're really good.

Speaker 3:

Ooh. What a great idea.

Speaker 2:

Some theater did or some movie did that earlier this year. These are the ragtag. You've heard about that, Nick. Right? The, the guys that did , I can't even remember the name of the movie, but they did just that basically. Yeah . All they wanted it for one day. They just wanted to like be the number one movie in America and they nailed it. They got it. Yeah . Good for them. Wow.

Speaker 3:

Wow.

Speaker 1:

It might take more than one theater though, right? Maybe four, maybe.

Speaker 2:

Yeah . A handful. Well, this was like during the, like the height of when no theaters were open now they probably couldn't do that. Yeah, actually. Yeah. This was like, yeah .

Speaker 3:

You'd have to have some legitimacy to open in enough theaters to justify.

Speaker 1:

Hmm . That's too bad. It still sounds like a good idea. I don't know if anybody has the scratch to do it, but it sounds like a great idea. Um, was slap stuff then together, boys

Speaker 2:

On it.

Speaker 1:

Well, what else can you tell us, Adam, what have you heard in the world of wide world of movies and television

Speaker 3:

Show time announced that they're going to bring back Dexter for a limited series. So all the people that have been unsatisfied with how Dexter ended , um, they get to see him again and hopefully with some space and time in between, we'll get like a really, really good mini season out of it.

Speaker 1:

I hope so. Yeah. I don't know how, I don't know how it's going to take shape, but they said that it's not going to undo, you know , the series finale. And I think the big thing of that, it's kind of early in the show folks, but here's your first spoiler? Um, the sister, detective is dead and she died in the finale. So, and she's not coming back. So I like, if you're hoping for Jennifer carpenter's character to show up, it ain't gonna happen. And he's a lumberjack. So owner , if they're gonna start out with like a , a Montana chainsaw murderer or something for him to solve, you know? Um, yeah . Cause he went off into the woods.

Speaker 3:

Anyone can , any, anyone can come back though. Cause he's at his, he has a really vivid imagination.

Speaker 2:

So I mean, yeah, you're right. Like

Speaker 1:

I pretty sure he put his sister's body, the water at the end, just like he does all the other dead bodies. I think so. So I, I don't know.

Speaker 3:

Well , you don't like he'll talk to her again and his imagination and she'll be on set and potentially being a character. Oh wait. You're saying she's going to take over it . Yeah .

Speaker 1:

The mentor instead of seeing the fog. Yeah . Yeah. It could be part of it.

Speaker 3:

Part of his, you know, entourage in his head then what do you think

Speaker 1:

Somebody else had an energy drink tonight? He's wide awake. He's got ideas. Oh man. That's actually pretty cool. I didn't even, I didn't even go there with that. That he could be motivated by another ghostly figure, you know , in his subconscious. That's pretty interesting actually has a good angle. I want to, I don't know if they're going to write that in. There's no details except for, Hey guys, we're bringing them back. That's about it.

Speaker 3:

Cameo is of like all our favorite characters from the show can come in and be different parts of his psyche, that things he has to address , like the missteps he could be making in life. Like remember what you did to me or remember what happened to me. You know, there's a lot of fun there . Yeah .

Speaker 1:

So they're saying , uh , they're saying to move along, they're saying that , uh, uh, couples are either coming closer together or they're having love on the rocks during this pandemic time. Right? Rob wriggles is getting divorced after 21 years. Rob wriggles he's like a comedian. He was in , um, did you , uh, he stepbrother , he's the guy that says he's gonna eat. He's gonna eat a Dick. He did it in international waters. He doesn't like will Ferrell's face like the buddy of the brother? Yeah. Yeah. 21 jump street. And he played he's a, is he in 21 jumps? Oh yeah. He , he gets his Dick shot off. Is the villain in the first movie then? Uh, he's also a cop in there's a movie work guys, imitate cops. Let's be cops. And he plays the Sergeant that helps them out. And uh, he's also going to hang over. I think one of the hangover. Yeah. He's in the hangover. Yeah. I mean , well, he's like a, you know, he's , he's like a Marine in real life and then became an actor and a comedian standup comedian. So it's kind of fits in his , uh, his lifestyle or his persona or whatever. So look , everybody falls in line with typecasting . It just happens. They're willing to pay you for this. And that's where you get paid for it. It happens to everyone. Um, so let's see, it's like a TV show right now where he it's a mini golf competition, but he does , uh , never watched it, but I know he does it. Yeah. He's like hosting the show fully . I don't know. It's a mini golf show. Yeah. Um , Phil Collins, his wife dumped him in a text. He already has a new husband. Right. You know, the singer

Speaker 3:

Collins , his wife dumped him in a text .

Speaker 1:

Yeah. Now he's trying to evict you from like this other house that they owned together. Something, I don't know something ridiculous. The craziest thing that I read was like, like I expect a lot of crazy shit from the , the youngest son from home improvement. Like, cause he married some cultist moved out somewhere and was making cheese or something weird or no going vegan and making Sur opening like a vegan alcohol joint or did something, whatever he liked . The , the youngest one got into some weird shit. So when I first clicked open this clickbait story, I thought it was going to be a story about the younger son. But it was actually about Zachary type Bryant, like choked his girlfriend nearly to death or something like that in Oregon. I was like, what or Idaho or something. Cause cool . What the fuck is going on? So like I said, like celebrity marriages are just falling apart and they pandemic, like people are like spending too much time together. I don't know. I don't know what's going on.

Speaker 3:

No. I mean, he just did a deep dive on her , uh , on her phone or something. Yeah .

Speaker 1:

That's what I meant pre show. And I said like, all my news stories are like tabloid. Be stories, require a news level. Um , and the other things I learned was like, there's all these rumors floating around about Cary grant, you know? Like , uh , supposedly he was bisexual and like he jammed on LSD. I could buy the LSD. I don't know about other stuff, but there's all these stories coming out. I don't know if they're going to do a movie or make a book about him , but yeah .

Speaker 3:

Like cower the stories coming out, like all of a sudden, like somebody found his phone, he didn't, they didn't even have cell phones. And like, I think

Speaker 1:

Job just to tell people the stories that are out there not explaining you got to do. Yeah. You got to dig deeper than I could possibly tell you in a 45 minute show

Speaker 3:

Secret diary. Oh yeah . Yeah. The diary is finally been found and

Speaker 1:

His boyfriends are probably dying, but it's like, they probably the grandson of one of the boyfriends, you know, who's like, it doesn't have a shut up clause cause he's not getting Cary grant money. You know what I'm saying? So he's just pulling out grandpa's journal .

Speaker 3:

So aging obsessed fans making up stories about, okay. All right ,

Speaker 1:

Well you got a real pickle. Can't handle it. Uh , Oh, here's something that Adam might like, cause this is a comic book artist. You guys familiar with they're British comic book artists , Alan Moore , who like co-created Watchman . He also , uh, did the award-winning saga, the swamp thing, which is like the best road , prolific writer. He helped create 2080, which introduced judge Dredd, like in the comic books anyway. And uh , he said that his favorite Batman of literally like all time , this was a recent story in like one of the comic con whatever journal

Speaker 3:

Things. It wasn't Adam West. What? It wasn't Adam West, right?

Speaker 1:

No, it is Adam West. Hey, Hey, Hey, time out, man. This is super, super legit. You know, why read the old comic books go back when it was the original run of detective comics and like, and think about the 60 show they follow the comics, almost like a blueprint. Like the way Batman should be is actually the way Adam West portrayed them . Like go back and read the comics man. Like they that's how Batman is how he really legitimately is like , so , so

Speaker 3:

Do at the very origin though in detective comics, they made him too dark and too gritty. And then they cartoon

Speaker 1:

Shooting the gun when he was first shooting, the guns

Speaker 3:

Maybe are . And he was first when he was first introduced the original run, he was dark. And then they were like, this might be too much for kids. Comic codes , authority was getting like hot and heavy about like censoring the story. So then they made it more fun and more geared it more for children. And then Adam , Adam, was it more accurately represents the retooling of the bathroom ?

Speaker 1:

I just think it's cool that like a super famous comic book artist said that his favorite Batman was Adam West. Cause I'm all in line with that. You know, I'm a big fan of Adam westbound.

Speaker 3:

That's great. Yeah. I'm not going to say that. I don't like the original Batman, but I like them serious seeing it up, like put some nitty gritty in there. The Frank Miller twist to make it real world dark. I like that instead of shark repellent, but teaches on I suppose.

Speaker 1:

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Speaker 2:

Oh wow. I never saw

Speaker 1:

Got you guys ever seen that? I guess I'm,

Speaker 2:

You've seen it. And that's why I'm like, eh,

Speaker 1:

All right , fine . So the original, the original was followed by the sequels . None of the demons two , which comes out in 94 and not at even three 97, along with a remake in 2009 , um , in 90 minutes to Angela returns from hell to target her sister, Melissa and their friends at a Catholic school that get drawn back to whole house . Six years later at night at even three releases demon house in the UK. I don't know why they would release it as demon house, what they did. That's the third film. And they released that director video was also comes out in 97 by paramount pictures and Republic pictures. There's also an art rated and unrated version of this movie. Um, and this one teen vandals are hiding from the police and whole house and they run a foul of the evil waiting to entrap them, including the returning franchise eviction in arch demon . Angela that's one thing that's great about the series is they kind of created like a horror franchise killer in Angela who gets possessed in the first movie and then comes back as like the main demon in each cul . Um , the remake sucks comes out in 2009. Uh, it's a remake of the first one, same basic plot. There's a party with demons and there is an Angela, but it's obviously not the same actress. And I mean, it couldn't be, but at the time that early two thousands comes around and she'd probably be living in her fifties or sixties.

Speaker 2:

Yeah.

Speaker 1:

She was like , uh , not really the main thing and the remake and like whatever, like it's one and done. Um, which is like, I could never watch the remake again. I turned it on. I watched it. I CA I'll never go back to it.

Speaker 2:

I watched it 10 years ago and I totally agree. I'd never want to see it again. I have the same exact story as Nick and the story 10 years John and guns . Yeah .

Speaker 1:

Yeah. It's the freshest in Adam's mind. So if you briefly want to just tell us about the remake, we'll talk about it quickly and then we'll actually know we'll try to do this in order. Sorry, folks. I'll just, I'll stick to my guns and what I wrote down on my notes. So let's go to first impressions and favorite bits from part one. Um, who's really excited to talk about part one. Is , does anybody like part one over the other over the rest of, Oh, hell yeah . Okay. So Nick, you start with your first impressions and favorite bits from part one, and then we'll jump over to Dave.

Speaker 2:

Alright . Um , my first , uh, impressions is I love this movie and my favorite part is the winning pig. Lee's , uh , boobies and the lipstick trick lipstick tits trick. Yeah, it's pretty impressive .

Speaker 1:

Oh , what's your first impression if you had to tell somebody about this movie ,

Speaker 2:

Um , fun horror, haunted movie that has a lot of great kills and I love it in the soundtracks. Amazing. It's fun. It's eighties captured in a time capsule. It's beautiful. And I love the opening credit scene, the animation. I thought that was really a cool way to open the movie. Yeah.

Speaker 1:

Nice. Dave, your first impression in favor bits from part one

Speaker 3:

First impression this movie, I don't know when the first time I saw it. I definitely on VHS, but I love this movie. Um, I , um, I love it. Yeah. So that's , I just love this movie. Um, favorite bits .

Speaker 2:

I don't , I don't get too long winded on that .

Speaker 1:

I just love this movie.

Speaker 3:

Yeah, that's the best way. Um, I have a few favorite bits, but uh, you know , uh , the sour balls bit in the beginning , uh, that kills me every time. Um, and, and something is many times as I've seen this, I gasped in pain every time I watch it, but one of the , the near end where they're climbing the Barb wired wall and just like that each time kills me.

Speaker 1:

Oh yeah. Having to climb the barbed wire to escape the demons. Yeah. Um, well going back to the sour ball thing, if you saw the sour ball quote in the beginning of the movie, in that , um , mini-mart scene where she goes, do you guys have sour balls? And they say, yes. And then she says, well, then you don't get a lot of blow jobs . If you saw that scene, then you were watching the unrated cut. If you didn't see that scene, you watch the Waterdown R rated cut. So,

Speaker 3:

Yeah. Okay. Well, I saw that unrated then.

Speaker 1:

Okay, cool. Um, that brings us to you AA, your first impressions and favorite bits from part one.

Speaker 3:

Uh, I felt like it was good. Um , I will not enthusiastic and thinking that this is the first thing I should watch or anything, but , uh, there's a lot to say that is good about this movie. Um, she , the D the demon that comes out like that was a cool effect. The lipstick thing, where they switch from her having taken her, you know , blouse open, and then showing you the real thing and then cutting to an amazing facsimile to do that effect was like the first time I didn't catch I'm like what in the world just happened? Yeah , it was , it was truly, it makes you feel sick to your stomach. You want to double over watching that scene by itself. So that hit me

Speaker 1:

Where it is . You were so enthusiastic and your text messages on Facebook messenger about this one , uh , or just in general, the night of the demons, I thought you were super pumped up. I thought you'd be like , uh , riveting over part one. Cause it's the original, the O G . But , um, it doesn't seem like it ,

Speaker 3:

Well, I've seen as a problem is I , I, I had watched the night of the demons before without, because we watched demons and demons too. And the YouTube algorithm pointed me in the direction and night of the demons. And I went and checked that out. And then, you know , I ended up watching it after watching those two movies. So I was kind of spoiled on, on demons and demons too. And then I watched this and it felt like a step down. So there's no way for me to have a fresh take at this movie because of that experience.

Speaker 1:

Oh . Cause you're just comparing it to other horror movies with demons. Yeah . Yeah. They're wildly different movies. This is like Campion fun. Yeah . This is like, this is like breakfast club with Exorcist , you know, like,

Speaker 3:

Yeah , I really, but I didn't remember the title. Okay. And John said it's like breakfast club. And then, so when I , when I went in and I was watching, I was like, Oh, I've already seen this. And then , but John said the breakfast club thing. And then I saw that and the movie became a lot more fun for me because of that. Um, I'm trying to think of a ,

Speaker 1:

It was like the kids in the beginning of the movie, they're not all friends. There's like kind of two groups of friends and then some odd balls, but they're all interested in partying at a haunted house. And so they all end up there right. Then they start to get possessed and then the survivors are trying to outrun the possessed ones. And then they have a couple of good gimmicks. Like Nick brought up the lipstick trick, which is like a famous movie scene, like , like that's , and then Angela dancing, like trying to seduce everybody at the party. And then , um , she's, like I said, she's iconic. Like she's to me, like the girl from , um, what's that movie slasher camp, what is it called? Um, live away like , yeah . It's like, it's like the girl from sleepaway camp. Yeah . Like they could have made three more night of the demons with Angela between the eighties and nineties, you know? I mean , they could have kept going like, like Friday, 13th, Friday, if they had enough movies to support her. So it's okay to say our first impression could be back when we watched it the first time. I mean, cause literally like we're not going, we're not new eyeballs on these movies cause we're kind of coming back to them . But like I rented 90 of the demons, like seven times from, from the, from the video store. Like I love this movie. Like if I had like, I was renting two new movies and they got a free third one, I'd grab nine of the demons. Like , um , also , uh, my favorite bit is probably the old man that wants to , um , kill kids on Halloween by putting razorblades into the apples. And then the end of the movie, his wife makes a pie and he accidentally eats the bad apples and he dies horribly. And like that to me is incredible.

Speaker 3:

It's amazing. That's like one of the best callbacks in a movie , uh , that I can recall. Cause there's so much time that passes between when that seed was planted. And when you finally saw the fruition

Speaker 1:

Creep creep show level shit. So like I loved the first movie for that. Um ,

Speaker 3:

I love the , uh, I love the little brother in this too. Like he's Oh

Speaker 1:

You mean Nick? Nick was, that was Nick's first role with Artemis , right ? Yeah. That was Nick's first movie.

Speaker 3:

Yeah . That was bodacious bodacious booby or what does he say? Bodacious boobies or

Speaker 1:

No. Anyway, talking about typecasts Nick could be cast as a preteen surfer boy from the Valley. You know what I mean? Why not? Right? Yeah. Oh man. Let's jump right into part two.

Speaker 3:

Anyway , I just didn't want to mention one more thing is the shot of the mirror that has broken out for you .

Speaker 1:

Hey Adam, Adam, Adam, hold your thoughts. Cause I, I don't know if you read the notes for tonight's episode, I'm going to say, give the audience a final reason to revisit number one, but that's later. Oh my God . Yeah. You're jumping the shark buddy. My bad. Yeah. Oh yeah. Let's go to number two. Um, first impressions and favorite bits from part two. David you're on the spot.

Speaker 3:

Alright . Um , I'm going to treat today. Like the first time I watched it cause I had next to no memory of this movie. I fucking love this movie. This is one of my new, this I'm going to say discovered classics, even though I've seen it once before, this was like fresh for me. Um, some of my favorite bits of this is , um, just, just , uh , if you watch this, watch some of the background, dancing of people at the dance, it's fucking amazing. And there's a lot of , um, like let's just be real the cigarette , uh, the, the, the, the tit , the tits that grab , um , sorry . It's gonna reference. Yeah. It's just like, Oh my God . Just me by such surprise. I forgot about that. I'm like, okay, okay. You got my attention now. Um, you know , uh, I , I grew up, I mean, I didn't spend tons of time, but I was Catholic. So a lot of this stuff like killed me to like leave enough room for the Holy spirit. Um, so that, so that, I don't know, this movie just worked on me in a real way today.

Speaker 1:

Hmm . That really happened at them school dances too. What I love about the SQL is they tied in directly to the first one. They were like, it's six years later, Angela still haunting the house. It has a great opener. So I'm coupled like broken down or their parishioners where they parishioners are broken down. I don't remember.

Speaker 3:

They were evangelists.

Speaker 1:

Oh yeah. Okay. So they were parishioners, like they were going around. Yeah. They were recruiting people to , yeah, exactly. They were like, Jehovah's witnesses going into recruit people. And like, and then she says, we're having devil's food cake and she, she murders him and she's still there clearly being demonic. And then the, one of the main characters is supposedly her sister. And like, and then they build on the mythology. They say like Angela sent her parents a note at like, after being dead for a year or whatever. All these kids died in the house , um, sent a postcard to her parents. Then they commit suicide. Then the younger sister would get shipped off to the Catholic boarding school and then like, they're all into it. So they want to go back and like the new group of friends wants to go explore the house and they drag the sister and then like, and then the nun for whatever reason, who's a great actress. I was going to write down who it was and I forgot to do that. But she , she like is practicing the sword, fighting in her room at one point. Yeah . Um ,

Speaker 2:

Yeah. Checking the lines of sight killed .

Speaker 1:

Yeah. So I guess we're in like my, I guess if we're doing my first impressions and favorite bit, so , uh , I like they brought in this actor called , um, Robert , uh, gosh, what is his name? Robert Jane. I think his name is Robert Jane, but he's the guy that played Melvin from , um , their tremors. And he plays Perry. The guy that knows about the demons, like the little expert in the movie, they have to prepare all the squirt guns and tells the other guys what to do, but then like ultimately, yeah, exactly. So, Hey man, I like the guy that can deliver exposition in an entertaining way. And he's that dude. So it's cool to see him in this movie. So , um, I liked his character. I always felt like if I was a horror movie character, I might be like this guy, like I would know a little bit about the demons and then like he gets punked out. So that kind of sucks, but he's one of my favorite bits. And my first impression of part two is like, it's a rad , it's a rat , a little horror movie, man. Like this is very entertaining.

Speaker 2:

Um , yeah,

Speaker 1:

I think we're at, who did we miss? Did we rotate to Nick yet?

Speaker 2:

I haven't gotten to meet. I thought this was a great sequel . I loved it. It was fun. Had the same energy, but brought its own style. A lot of head chopped off stuff going on. And I really loved the reference to the boot thing that Dave brought up earlier. I thought they did it in a cool way. Yeah . I just wrote Mutan boobs attack. Yeah. I loved it. And it was neat scene . And what is it? Ben? Stiller's wife. Oh, Christian Taylor. Yeah . Christine Taylor. Yeah. My name was Marcia and this as well,

Speaker 1:

Funny about that is some trivia. Like she, she, this was before she was in the Brady bunch. So they were still , they were, again, it's a night of typecasting. Like they thought she was going to be a good Marsha or whatever. Right. So , and then it happened ,

Speaker 2:

Well, she also has a typecast of playing Catholic school girls because I just watched the Kraft recently. And she was in that.

Speaker 1:

No, no, not just Catholic school girls, the bitchy Catholic school girl. Like we gotta make sure that we're talking like the mean girl of the Catholic school girls. Um, AA, I believe we rounding out to you,

Speaker 3:

Right ? Yeah. Well, I liked this one more than I liked the first movie. Um, and I think it did a couple of things that the first movie didn't do for me. And I think one is world-building being immersed in the Catholic stuff that I don't, that I didn't grow up in, but I'm aware of, cause I had friends that grew up in that environment and I've, you know, touched on that in some of my, you know, having to go off to camp and stuff like that. And so I get it. So the way they built up these characters to the actually felt like something for them before the movie gratuitously destroys them was , was a lot of that . That was a lot of fun. Um, that aspect of the film , uh , one of my favorite quotes of the movie is like , uh , she's like it, is it a kiss is a kiss us in . She goes, is it a kiss is a sin. If it is an upper persuasion for a lower invasion. And I thought, okay ,

Speaker 1:

Uh , that's pretty good.

Speaker 3:

Uh , you know, there's this guy, they set up to be the hero jock. And you know, at first he's, you know, kind of jockey and then later he's more affable and you see like always got value and quality cause they try to save mouse from being sacrificed. And then not too long after that he's unceremoniously got his head Sabbath and then he becomes a demon .

Speaker 1:

One of the cool aspects of this movie is like when the nun and the teams are working together, when they come together to try to fight the demons, this is kind of a cool element.

Speaker 3:

Hmm . Oh , Oh sorry. But the incredible regrow in none head, that was impressive. It was definitely, I laugh .

Speaker 1:

Well, faith, faith is a real power in this movie.

Speaker 3:

Yeah.

Speaker 1:

It's one of those horror movies. Like if the devil is real, then God has to be real on the, you have to have like a balance. So that's it. Um, and whatever buying the mythology or don't, but actually I agree with you. I like part two a lot. Like I would, I would watch far too over and over again.

Speaker 3:

It's a fun sequel. Yeah. I was amazed at how much I liked this one. Um, you know , I agree with everything everybody said and built on the world of the first movie instead of just , uh , rinse and repeat, I really appreciated that and it doesn't seem like low, but it doesn't seem like cheesy. It still seems like it's still on par it , they really did a great job right after watching it. I was just kinda surprised of like, how is this movie not talked about more like the specialists and the special effects or nuts in this. And it's just like, it's such an original horror . I mean, even though it's a sequel, it's an original

Speaker 2:

Horror movie in that like they do . Like, it's just not like other, maybe nightmare on Elm street to a degree. I mean, just in terms of,

Speaker 3:

But um, I it's just, it's , it's so different, which is why I love it. It did not take a step down from the first one. Not at all, if anything, it took a step up or at least at least the equivalent of, I thought that the cinematography was really amazing really well lit. It , it just looks so great. And then that is like this like, you know, base level standard, but then the story is also good because it didn't even need to be a horror movie. That's why this movie is so good. It's actually interesting without the horror, the horror starts to come in and , uh, become more and more real to the audience and the characters. But I mean, you could, they could have easily just made this into like, you know, my high school or college movie. Hmm . Yeah. I mean, how far would you agree with that? I be to a degree. I mean, I, you know,

Speaker 2:

The characters and stuff, but I mean, it's , it's kind of a horror movie through and through. I mean, to my mind, I , but I see what you're saying.

Speaker 3:

I'm just commenting on the quality of the character development, how specific everyone is. And

Speaker 1:

It's really good for a horror movie that could just be thrown away on our shelf. Yeah.

Speaker 2:

And it , honestly, it kind of was because like , like Dave said, I don't hear anyone talking about none of the demons too . I mean, when was the last time you actually like, Oh man, there were nine of the demons too . Like when I, this is the first time I think we've, I've talked about this movie since I saw it in 1995.

Speaker 1:

That's the surprising thing is like I talked to Dave, I was like, have we ever talked about these movies? I was somewhere and within 300 episodes, we probably mentioned nine of the demons, at least once or twice. I know

Speaker 2:

Talk about the first one because I'm a , I'm a huge fan of the first one,

Speaker 1:

Any length, but we probably been like, Oh yeah, I'm watching this. Or, Oh, by the way, this is also cool, but not like, Hey, this is this and this is that. And watch part two , uh , I guess like, does anybody have any specific thoughts on part three?

Speaker 2:

I didn't watch it . Watch it. So no , you guys did though, right? It exists. Yeah.

Speaker 1:

It exists. It's actually hard to find there's no, I don't think there's a DVD release. I don't think there's no, obviously there is no 4k restoration, you know? Um, we wouldn't be cool if they put them all in a box at one, two and three. That'd be kinda cool actually, but um , still has the original Angela, which is cool. Um, they actually, the ending of the movie is a little bit like hammer films like Dave, do you remember? We watched a movie about Dracula where he finally falls in the water and it kills him. She finally crosses over the water line and like evil spirits is like an old school English myth like that Eva spills , evil spirits, for some reason can't cross running water because of like it's purity or something like water, you know, streams run clear. Right. So

Speaker 3:

Yeah , the first one about the stream underneath, right .

Speaker 1:

They kind of use this as the killing method to get rid of Angela and the third one, but we also forgot to talk about how Angela mutated into a giant snake in part two . Yeah. It was basically the ending of Aladdin, but it's impressive , but I'm so at the end of three, she kind of mutates a little bit as she's being pulled through the invisible barrier and it gets all melted, but only briefly , um, three kind of sucks it like, and there was this whole like video, there was a hotline to call in and talk to Angela and I like to promote the movie. Um, and this is what sucks about not having VHS anymore. It's like the , remember they used to have things at the beginning and after to like , um, promote other films, like, it'd be like, here's some commercials coming attractions. And then at the end of the movie, yeah , the end of the movie, you would see a character come on and like, they would talk about their other movies or whatever. And you'd be like, wow, awesome. Now the world doesn't exist like that. So I don't know what form that would take, maybe like a live stream with Freddy Kruger or something

Speaker 3:

Patient seems to be gone. What is it that kind of experimentation? Because the stuff they used to do in VHS tapes, like, you know, there's all , it's like early video games, it's all over the place, right ?

Speaker 1:

Like an exclusive music video or something, you know, before like a , um, what was that movie Waxworks? They would have the Warren G music video on the VHS

Speaker 3:

Stuff like that. Or Dunkin on the VHS for nightmare three. Yeah .

Speaker 1:

Yeah, exactly. Yeah. Yeah. Um, I think , uh , my,

Speaker 3:

We had nightmare in industry five and I think there was a music video on that even, probably, I don't know what song it would be, but yeah.

Speaker 1:

At one point and they bring him into like a music video or something at some point, I don't know . It feels like he did, but who knows, Adam, you watched part three today. Right?

Speaker 3:

I only watched the beginning. Oh yeah. Okay. And I didn't think we would be talking about it. So I'm

Speaker 1:

Well, I just wrote any thoughts cause there's two other movies in the series. There's the remake and there is a part three . That's why I said any thoughts. If anybody had any random thoughts about it, we can share it, but we don't have to go in it

Speaker 3:

Like from the first movie, is it the gate disappears and it's an endless wall around the property. Like that really was neat in the second movie. Uh , they talk about it, but they don't show it. And in the third movie at the very beginning, when a car enters through the gate, you see like interest in some kind of prac it, the barrier and you see the vehicle go through some kind of like force field. Uh, so I thought that was interesting that they kept, kept that consistent through the three movies and , but in different ways each time. So,

Speaker 1:

And the remake, as we've already said would ruin the rest of it would ruin the whole series. Right? Like, you know , if you just, and what sucks is, if you Google this movie, the one from 88, obviously the first thing that comes up is the remake. So yeah. So like if you just type in night of the demons movie, you see the remake or night of the demon series, it's the remake and it's the cover of the remake. And you're like, ah , damn, that sucks because I bet you there's hundreds of people because people are stupid. The hundreds of people probably went and watched the 2009 thinking that's it? And so everybody's been talking about night of the demons and they just assume people have been talking about a really shitty movie from 2009. You know what I mean? Like, I dunno how much of them investigated? Oh no. There's like a whole thing, you know? Um,

Speaker 3:

I don't hate , um, the remake as much as you guys all do. Uh, I saw something else in it that Adam had to forgive it for

Speaker 1:

Of years in five years, when you're a diehard horror movie fan, you're gonna fucking hate the remake, wait five years and then you'll be like, damn it ,

Speaker 3:

No, no, like not , I don't think I'll change my opinion on this because the problem with the film is solvable in post . And what they did is they put some kind of effect on the whole movie that was too high contrast. It was like day for night and too high contrast because probably because they're trying to hide some inferior unfinished effect or something that was going to cost too much to fix. So then they just put this blanket last minute measure on it. And,

Speaker 1:

And you're talking like HDX 1000 and HP DX 60 or whatever, like the first or second generation high definition cameras. So

Speaker 3:

I'm not sure what they shot it on. I'm just saying what you're seeing is not what the camera captured because there's a period in the movie and the remake where they think that the sun is coming up. And then I could see that the, they lifted part of the effect in order to show sunlight. And I was like, Aw , man, there's so much more there . Like, there's just so much more clarity there in detail there. And I don't know what they shot it on. It could have been like an early HD camera, but , um, I feel like a revisit of those original files and taking it to a different colorist or

Speaker 1:

I was going to say, it's not going to say this shitty acting in the Hunter . You know what though it's going to pay pay for , um , Edward for a long as heroin for a week.

Speaker 3:

Look , there's, there's a lot of neat things in that movie. I mean, when she cuts the face off and I don't know , there's, there's some fun stuff in there and they changed the backstory a little bit so that seven people needed to become demons. So the demons could escape the property. And the only time that they could do that was at night. So the original story was of Angela. Uh , she finds out that her husband has turned after a seance. Oh my gosh. Then she kills herself. Oh my gosh,

Speaker 1:

You know what I'm saying? Oh my gosh, we don't, we don't need it. We just don't need this movie.

Speaker 3:

I haven't seen in 10 years. I don't even remember. I just remembered it later . But you guys are, I think , uh , judging it harshly because it looks bad. So that's my theory because otherwise you'd give it a shot. Cause Edward for lungs ,

Speaker 1:

I want to switch gears a little bit and I want to say thank you to a couple of fans. Um, named Carolyn and Paul. They sent me a book. They sent me a copy. Uh , came today. They sent me a copy of I'm dying up here, which actually got adapted into one of my, one of my favorite Showtime shows also called I'm dying up here. It's actually a drama about comedians and they got real working comedians to be in the cast and then some good actors from like our generation, like, like , uh, Andrew Santino , uh , Clark Duke, Eric Griffin , um, Michael and Gaurano from like sky high played , um, a character called Eddie's ideal in the, he was like one of the comedians. And then RJ Siler , who was recently in power Rangers. This was like one of his first things that he did. There is Al Madrigal. Who's a real comedian. Um, Jake Lacy , who was like in the last season of the office was in this and he was in , um, gosh, what was that high fidelity? He's in the high fidelity TV show now. But he was in this, this only had two seasons, but I was hoping for a third, it actually ends on a cliffhanger. You don't know if one of the characters is going to die or not. And you'll never know, like, this is like a running joke for me and Dave, like how many times are we talking about a show where you'd never get the answer? Cause like the show just like just ends

Speaker 3:

Do the fan fiction.

Speaker 1:

Like what quantum leap ended that way. Right. We don't actually know if he actually gets home. Right. I think quantum leap was like that. Um, of the characters. I mean, you have to be like a diehard fan to know what I'm talking about now. Like I relate to the characters of Eddie's ideal and Nick Beverly , but I had bad luck like Ron shack . And sometimes I feel like I need to get my point across, like bill Hobbs . These are all characters in the , uh, the show I'm dying up here, which is like again about comedians. Um, I thought it was cool. Cause it's like behind the scenes, right. People working on their standard routines, right. The shit they go through, like, there's a couple of guys that are living in a closet and they go on a game show to try to get food for the week and they end up getting like a year's supply of rice, a Roni. Right. So yeah, it's, it's actually pretty good, but it like kind of mixed, like they didn't know what to do with the show. It had Melissa Leo , um, you know, who won the Oscar for that movie about the brother boxers.

Speaker 3:

Uh , she played the mom. Um , does this show break the border of the book? I mean, I know you haven't read the book yet, but how closely did they follow the books ?

Speaker 1:

Well, I mean, they had to make up these comedians. Like they referenced the real comedians cause it's supposed to exist in our world. So they created a handful of comedians because they didn't have the rights to everybody's life stories. Right. But they're clearly inspired by some of the other comedians, you know? So , um, and obviously the Goldie character who was the club owner played by Melissa Leo was supposed to be Mitzi shore, you know, who owned the comedy store, Pauly shore, his mom, you know what I mean? So, and there's a character that dies who might be George Miller may not be George Miller, who knows, like, it's hard to say. Cause , um, obviously the book is by like I'm a New York times reporter who was sent to California to cover all these comics. And like was there when Robin Williams like made his , like, got discovered at the comedy store, you know, stuff like that, you know what I mean? So there's no character in the show like Robin Williams, but there's characters that are like Richard Pryor, except for Richard Pryor shows up in the show. You know what I mean? You know what I mean? So like there are like a lot of the characters are adapted from comedians. Like , um , Eddie's idol reminds me of some of the early like SNL writers and I like bud Freeman or something. Um, but anyway, it's about a group of like comics trying to make it like in the seventies, like when the stuff was first popping, but Hey, it's cool. I mean, I posted on my Instagram. I thought it was cool that some of our listeners remembered that we talked about, I talked about this before, me and Dave, I think talking about this like six months ago or something like , so somebody listened and then like out of the blue, just send it to me. Like that's pretty cool. So it was like, yeah , I definitely got to give him props, you know?

Speaker 3:

Yeah. Thank you . Whoever did that . That's rad. Yeah.

Speaker 1:

Awesome . Well, the other things we've gotten, we used to get pictures, nude girls used to send us pictures,

Speaker 3:

Right ?

Speaker 1:

One Batman bikini picture. Um , yeah, we got a couple topless fans that was like the early days where it was like party time bro city and

Speaker 3:

Drunk and commentary days.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, exactly. And then , um, somebody sent us a bar will send me a bottle of , uh, I don't know if they want to just promote it or something. I don't remember the name of this blue feather. Was it blue feather vodka. There's a year. That was a long time ago. This is like season two or season three. Like it was like a vodka company in Florida. Right ? The only people that are trying to charm us now are the, the , uh, the Sunday scaries guys. But unfortunately they're breaking Adam's heart because they still haven't sent him his free sample. I actually subbed up. I was like so into their product that I went in and signed up. And uh , if you go to Sunday, scaries.com, anybody out there, you can punch in binge 40 and get 40% off your vitamin gummy order. If you still want to try it. Um , it did take like two weeks for my order to show up. So , um, but that could be the , I dunno , I check the mailbox every day with anticipation. That's how excited Adam is to get this. Awesome.

Speaker 2:

He lets us know. He's like, I'm still not here, guys.

Speaker 1:

I'm actually

Speaker 2:

Cry .

Speaker 1:

Okay. Here's the theory they sent it, but the mailman was like, Oh , let me try these. Oh , dang. He's got your gum. That's my theory. I don't know . Do you know your postman on a first name basis? You better go talk to Carl there to go see what's going on. I do give the mailman, this dink guide. Now I don't say hello to him anymore. It seems oddly calm. Right? He seems super calm for a postman. Right? Well, here's the thing, like he never looked me in the eye cause he's like, he knows he took the gummies. Right.

Speaker 2:

Makes sense. Yeah.

Speaker 1:

I was able to sneak in another offer there. That was pretty exciting. Yeah. Um, so what else are the binge waters watching this week? Let's uh, Nick you're watching anything. Cool. Sweet .

Speaker 2:

I watch the classic total recall. Wow dude. It was so good. Still, still great guys. It's really good. Have you, have you seen that movie Lilly ? Uh , yeah, I watch it like a couple of year or two ago. That movie still holds up. Paul Verhoeven. You miss ? I just miss pure entertaining violence. That guy could do it. Like no other like Robocop, total recall Starship troopers. Like that guy knows how to make fun. Yeah. Starship troopers might actually be, my favorite is so good. And three titties and three groups . And I'm just saying, forget that. Could he ever forget that? That's my point. Yeah.

Speaker 1:

I mean, that'd be the reason to go to Mars. Right. So you could hang out with the three breasts and hookers .

Speaker 2:

Yeah. Get your ass to Mars. Come on. Yeah, probably. Yeah. Dave, what else are you watching? Um, I actually revisited a movie I haven't seen since the VHS days. Um, uh , West Craven's serpent in the rainbow.

Speaker 1:

Oh man. That's about like , that's like zombie voodoo, right?

Speaker 2:

Yeah. True story.

Speaker 1:

What'd does he get nailed in the testicles in that movie?

Speaker 2:

Uh , he nails someone in the testicles, but not himself. Um, this actually has like some of the crazier nightmare sequences outside of , um , nightmare now on the street. Um, I don't want to it for anybody that hasn't seen it, but there's one scene in there that like made me jump like crazy. Uh , this movie is tense. Like it's , it's probably one of his most overlooked movies, honestly. And it really is. Yeah. He got a lot of hell when he made that too. They were too young when it came out. So no , they're not , not like people are trying to get him not to tell that story because I don't know if anyone knows about this, but like supposedly there's some type of Buddhist stuff and like people think you're dead and then you come back to life like a few days later, like they give , I forget it's been a while they give it a neurotoxin and it's real. Yeah. Where it's like stops your heart. So if you are stopped

Speaker 1:

Like a paralysis, you go into like a coma. Yeah.

Speaker 2:

And like all these people would wake up and they'd be dead and it'd be buried. You know , it's freaking crazy. It's really good .

Speaker 3:

That's a long time ago. That's why they put bells with chains all the way down into the Coppin because they would be like this person's dead and then have a funeral and bury them. And then next thing you know ,

Speaker 1:

So where the vampire myth got started too , like, Oh shit. Back from the grave, we gotta take them out. I was written something crazy about grave Deckers . They used to smash your teeth. So you wouldn't have fangs , smash your teeth out, then put a stake in your heart and bury you that way shoes and leave it there. They could not move

Speaker 3:

The bell then. Yeah ,

Speaker 1:

No, you're not ringing any bells. Just we're going to double down and get the job done .

Speaker 2:

You did it.

Speaker 1:

Um, what else do you watch ? And Adam,

Speaker 3:

I watched a silence of the lambs again and noticed all kinds of new stuff, fascinated with how effective that movie. Yeah ,

Speaker 2:

Absolutely. It really is . And there's so much like symbolism in that movie. I mean, that movie is incredible.

Speaker 3:

Uh, one disturbing scene was , uh , the Hannibal is like in the hall of miscreants, awful, you know, people that have done terrible things. And the guy's like, Oh, I stabbed myself, I'm bleeding everywhere. And then he, he throws his , um, uh, had a , had a seaman seaman and any, any hits her in the face with it. And I never saw that like that before, but they don't say what it is and they don't know, you know? And it's just so

Speaker 1:

No , I'm sure they told you what it was. They would have to cut it from the movie. I'm sure the sensor had been all over it .

Speaker 3:

I mean, it could have been something else, but yeah, that's what it was. And you know, and then like one scene later, she's getting a call like, yeah, we'll just killed that guy. Like same day .

Speaker 2:

Oh, that's crazy.

Speaker 3:

And it turns him around to helping her because he calls her immediately back down after giving her a hard time. And then, and then he gives her a pro tip, like go check out patient such and such name. And then, and then she goes on a hunt to find that information and that actually that negative event to her actually ingratiates him to her to help her in the case. So it's like an eight little turn. There's all kinds of little things in that movie. I watched a documentary a long time about it a long time ago, where they were really concerned with how close the actors were looking into the lens they're looking like right into the lens sometimes and cutting back and forth. They didn't know if that would work or not . Not really fucked. Yeah. Yeah. And because you know, anybody that comes from, you know, filmmaking environment, there's 180 degree line imaginary where you're watching both people on you're turning your head and that's why the cut works is because your head's already in the other position. So cut, cut. But then here, instead of doing the diagonal cut, like you're sitting at a table with two , the players, you are the other person and they thought that might not play, but you know, it wasn't a bridge too far. It works completely. And it's immersive. I mean, you're real, you're there when Hannah Hannibal's, they're addressing you, it makes it that much more freaky . The performance that much more powerful. So yeah. This is the first time you saw that movie. No, no, I just haven't seen it in awhile .

Speaker 1:

Okay . So it became pretty fresh again. Yeah. Cool. Um , I watched that new one Wolf of snow hollow, which is by Jim Cummings, who did a police drama a few years ago called thunder road. But he comes back with Robert foresters in the cast playing like a retiring sheriff was sick and is having a hard time doing his job. And then like he has the most terrible homicide show up. And he's a whole career like a series of Savage murders that may or may not be related to a werewolf. And his son is the sheriff was taken over, but he's like having his own nervous breakdown. And the thing's pretty satirical about like police work and small town bullshit politics and like the stuff that would go on day to day, meanwhile, all these murders are happening and they do some crazy cool stuff with the camera work. Like you feel claustrophobic. And like some of the moments actually remind me of that adjunct horror movie that we watched. And like , there's actually a scene in a diner where they're chopping up a brought worse . And I was like, did these filmmakers actually watch an angst? Because remember how awkward those diners scenes were in acts , where he kept eating sausage. I feel like somebody who worked on this movie saw an angst because like they had the killer talking off screen and they had the cameras really claustrophobic, like right before somebody is about to be victimized. Like the camera's really close to them. And you feel like terrified just like, or not terrified, but like anxious. Right? Like, and then some shit happens zero , like, wow. And they spend time with the victims. Like they give like whole scenes to the victims rather than just like, they just get here. They are, they get murdered. It was like, you spend like these little vignettes with them. Right. Um, it's really good. It's like , um , something, one of the better things I've seen recently. And like, if you like Robert Forester , you know,

Speaker 2:

I do love them. Yeah .

Speaker 1:

Gosh, one of the lesser known , uh, Quinton Tino movies, what is it Dave? Oh, a jacket. He's like one of the main characters in Jackie Brown. He's in Atlanta.

Speaker 2:

Yeah. You know , what's crazy is I didn't realize how many movies he made before he died because he died in December of last year. He did the El Camino movie. He did something for Apple TV. There's like three or four movies . It's one of those things where like, wow, he did a lot of work before he passed.

Speaker 1:

It's funny about some celebrities. It's like, they almost know that their time is coming. So they go, they can just go like into rapid mode and they just crank out projects to be immortalized. Just go Bing, bang, boom. Like a , like what's his name? I think didn't David Bowie die of like cancer or something. And he's like releasing albums, like right up until he dies or something, you know? Um, then I also watched what's that

Speaker 2:

This happens a lot. I know like a bunch of actors I've seen do this before they die. It's crazy. Yeah.

Speaker 3:

I feel lucky to have met him briefly. Yeah.

Speaker 2:

Did you Oh, cool. How about he seemed like a nice guy. Was he nice?

Speaker 3:

I don't dunno . Like I knew that I recognized him and I was like, Hey. And he's like, Hey, what's going on? And that was her whole meeting.

Speaker 1:

Anyway. You guys should definitely watch. Have you guys watched no hollow yet? What's for snow hollow? No, you guys should definitely watch it.

Speaker 3:

Where does sounds good though.

Speaker 1:

I watched it and then like, cause we have the blog on the website now. Right. And we have these articles, like I watched it and then immediately went to my computer and wrote an article because I actually liked it. So I thought that was cool. Like to be captivated to write about it is a pretty big deal, you know? Um,

Speaker 3:

Need you to write about the stinkers too , John? I do. I trust them . I know that's there . Yeah. It's leaking.

Speaker 1:

Uh , well you brought up hubris and I gotta say like the Boston reporter that played the reporter in the movie dress like a Harley Quinn. There was a running joke in hubi that like a bunch of chicks were dressed as Harley Quinn for Halloween. They're reported that dressed as Harley Quinn and appeared in the movie. She must've liked what called in sick one day at WGN Boston or something. And like just went to the set and did it and then like, Oh anyway . Yeah, I got fired because she appeared in the movie. Then I don't know if she broke her contract with the TV station.

Speaker 2:

Was it because she called in sick that day? I was trying to figure out like, why exactly

Speaker 1:

Fire for appearing in a movie, right?

Speaker 3:

Maybe it's just in the contract,

Speaker 1:

The movie's cursed. And that's just the beginning of the curse and there's going to be a whole, you know, now terrible thing is going to happen to the cast and crew,

Speaker 3:

Right ? Everyone's going to get, there's going , it'd be a new Salem

Speaker 2:

Witch trial.

Speaker 1:

Well, the other thing I watched had doesn't have witches or trials, but I watched love and monsters, which takes place during the apocalypse where there's like , um, a situation with missiles and chemicals. And it makes all the insects and reptiles a bunch of giant monsters. So humans live in bunkers and the main character is played by Dylan. O'Brien who you might remember from the maze runner movies. And , uh, and Michael Rooker shows up as like the mentor character who has a samurai sword and teaches the kid how to live in the wild with the monsters running around. Um, it's actually wasn't bad. It was actually entertaining, which I had no expectations. Obviously that's the best way to see a movie don't expect anything from it. Right. Because obviously usually expectations, you get disappointed. Um, but it's a digital release. It's a cheeseburger movie. It's what Dave would call a popcorn movie. Like you don't think you're going to see like Shakespeare, but it's going to make you happy at least for a Wednesday or Thursday night or whatever, you know? So sweet . The fact that I got to watch a couple of movies this week is actually pretty exciting. Usually the only thing I watch is like the movies that we're watching for the show. So,

Speaker 2:

Or it's fun to have that extra time. Yeah, totally. Yeah . Yeah.

Speaker 1:

Um, we're probably gonna end the month with some vampire road movies, which is a sparse, but kind of unique sub genre. So we're talking like they're from Vestal down stuff. Yeah. Near dark. Um, we're talking John carpenter's vampires and its sequel empire Los Muertos with Bon Jovi. Noah was , Oh shit . And uh , and there's that other one too? That , um , the kid in Braxton's Creek and final destination is in , uh, what is that other one? Forsaken. Yeah,

Speaker 2:

That might be the one I watched fresh for this. Cause I've seen all these other movies. So yeah. That'd be the one I watched brand new. Hm . All right . Cool.

Speaker 1:

Well, we did it. We finally talked about night of the demons

Speaker 2:

About damn pills . And we talked about UV again. Yay. That's your fault. Not mine . That's not my fault. You brought it up. You bring it up. Who brought it up? I, you who , you only mentioned that you wrote , uh , he asked if he wrote movies for bad reviews or reviews for bad movies. Like, well, yeah. QB . Yeah, but I didn't say anything

Speaker 1:

First . I didn't say that work . You be first. I was talking , right .

Speaker 2:

Oh , I'll take the blame for mentioning. Hubi always said it . Like, we're getting into like verbal spats over who mentioned this awful movie. And every week someone brings it up and I'm like, God damn it. Who did this this time.

Speaker 1:

That's why there's some movies that don't speak their names. You know? Well, we'll have to stop it. Like

Speaker 2:

You mentioned it on a third episode, there's going to be a seagull . I'm afraid. This is going to turn into a bloody Mary thing. If like you've mentioned it too many times, he shows up in your bedroom, Adam, Sandler's going to come and get us

Speaker 1:

Impersonation of what Adam does that you can't stand. That was cool when he was younger, but it doesn't play with it.

Speaker 2:

And he's old one to touch the Hine . I don't know which one,

Speaker 1:

What a crappy way to end an episode.

Speaker 2:

That's the height .

Speaker 1:

Oh yes. This is what we're going to do. Um , like final thoughts, reasons to go back and re and watch night of the demons or yeah, a final reason to, to revisit part one. Uh , Nick, why should they watch nine of the demons?

Speaker 2:

The way the winner Quigley. I think her name is, watch it for her . Quiggly yeah , yeah . For boobies in , but

Speaker 1:

Hmm . Is that the sweet girl? No, she's the bad girl.

Speaker 2:

She was a 30 year old teenage girl. Yeah. I know . I'm like, I'm looking at it going like that girl looks way too cute for all the bullies . I know. I mean , I'm like, wow, well what's on their body's great. But yeah, well that scene is pretty bad ass,

Speaker 1:

Dave, you could , you always want to look cute for all the boys.

Speaker 2:

Never did.

Speaker 1:

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