A scheduling kerfuffle means that this week has no guest and void in the viewing. To combat this, Kyle hastily chose Silver Bullet, the 1985 film about werewolves based on a Stephen King novelette. The fellows get into how Gary Busey isn’t a very good uncle, the scientific probability of gas-powered wheelchairs in 1976, firework safety, and guys in bear suits. There’s also a lengthy convo about Stephen King film adaptations and how faithful they are and/or ought to be. Happy times!
Good morning all,
You may have noticed by now that we still do not have a new episode out. Between traveling and working, it’s been tough to sit down with Rachel to record anything, and, honestly, there hasn’t been much to say. No reason to put out an episode just to put out an episode, so we are quiet again this week.
However, I didn’t want to go without say anything at all, so here are a couple new shows we’re enjoying as well as our reaction to some of the TV from last week.
A completely random choice by Lincoln has given us the film The Factory, a police-procedural-cum-creepy-kidnapper movie starring John Cusack, Jennifer Carpenter, and Mae Whitman. It’s a weird’n. They fellas also talk about Lincoln’s recent trip to Europe. It’s a short episode this week, but next week there will be a return guest and a Christopher Lambert movie, so get ready for that.