Tom Selleck stars in this surprisingly accurate portrayal of a future full of robots and other robot adjacent technologies. And I wonder, I wa wa wa wa wonder how many other stars you might recognize.
We tread lightly this episode so we won't cause first time requestor and long time friend Mr. Brown to retire his listener status.
Join us as we take a look at a Korean film that seems to not know what the color red is and a surprising amount of children being knocked to the ground by their parents.
Slather yourself in oil and eat some brains in order to numb the pain of listening to this episode.
We watched an "adaptation" of the H.P. Lovecraft story Herbert West, Re-Animator. We snorted a bunch of highlighter ink and totally lost our heads over it.
From the folks who brought you Tokyo Gore Police comes the story of a cyborg geisha assassin who turns away from her evil ways and finds redemption through the power of sisterly love and butt swords.
Like with most sequels, everything is bigger and better this time. More dance offs, more wheelchairs, more fake ding-dongs, and more annoying chick that thinks it's the twenties.
We dive back into some exploitation this week with Riki-Oh. Its crazy, violent, and almost impossible to follow. And that is why we love it.
The gangs all here this week, and we decide to try another musical horror movie. Extra bonus points to anyone that knows what the first one was.