Unleashing yet another of the older episodes as we wait for a chance to record a new episode. This episode the crew discusses what had been the hottest film of the year up until that point, Jurassic World. Jurassic World would go on to be dethroned by Star Wars Episode 7 The Force Awakens, but this week it had just made its Blu-ray debut and the gang was anxious to talk dinos.
In this retro episode Kayla chooses her Halloween film and comes out with 1995's Casper starring Christina Ricci and Bill Pullman. What do the two Garvises (Garvi?) think of this choice? Hang on for a contentious episode where the definition of what makes a film a Halloween film are discussed and the story of ghostly child is turned into a family comedy.
Another early episode as Garvis 3 chooses the second film in the Tremors franchise to be his Halloween themed pick. Okay, it has big monsters in it so we'll let it slide. How will Garvis 2 and Kayla react to the graboids and other creatures? Find out here as we discuss Tremors II: Aftershocks.
Wow, this was the episode that didn't want to get released. Delays kept us from getting it recorded as early as we would have liked and then a faulty mic provided some of the worst audio we've had in ages. Fortunately friend of the show Jeff Holbrook of Holbrook New Media stepped in to do some tweaks and adjustments to hopefully make this episode a little less of an assault on the ears. The worst part is, I felt Shawn and I had a really good discussion on this film.
As we continue to deal with the flooding of the podcasting studio, here's another blast from the past. This week we continued our Halloween celebration with Kenny & Company, a delightful family film from the creator of Phantasm that explores what it was like to be a kid in the 1970's and waiting to go out trick or treating.