Chris Gore returns to give the history of The Planet of the Apes movies and his shocking opinion of the “Rise of the Planet of the Apes.” Plus, he reveals the secret of being a TV expert. And the Zach Galifianakis sketch that almost happened.
Chris Gore is on G4’s “Attack of the Show” doing DVD reviews. He’s also the star of his own podcast where he replays interviews he did on other shows. Including this one. Come to think of it, don’t listen to this show, wait for it to be on “Podcrash with That Chis Gore.”
Actually, listen to this show. it’s short. Under 30 minutes. That’s because I interviewed Chris for almost two hours and cut it up into three shows. The next one is the last one. We discuss “Logan’s Run” on the next installment of the Gore Tapes. He came into talk about Logan’s Run, but he gotta talking and I gotta taping.
“‘Bad’ Did you say? I can’t hear you on account of my trick ear. I thought you said my movie was bad.”
Film blogger and bad movie expert, Sherilyn Connelly, bashes the holiest of holy, “It’s a Wonderful Life. Here’s Sherilyn’s review of her own appearance:
“The Proudly Resents interview is up. If you listen closely, you can hear me waving my arms around as I extemporized like mad. I thought we were going to be talking more about the philosophy of Bad Movie Night and showing It’s a Wonderful Life, and I wasn’t expecting to have to come up with jokes on the spot about specific elements. Oh well. Still turned out okay.”
That’s pretty on the nose, but you should listen anyway!
Then a separate conversation with the owner of the Laemmle Theater chain in LA. They broke such films as “Swingers” and it was the first place to show “The Room” at midnight. But first, a bonus Chris Gore clip. Chris tells us how he gets dirty words past the censors on his G4 show, “Attack of the Show.”
Chris Gore (G4, “Film Threat”) discusses the best summer movie, the knock off “Fantastic Four” movie that you’ll never see, his favorite strip clubs, dating secrets, beer in movies, The Avengers movie, starting a major magazine from Kinkos, and the best drive in movie theater in California.
Chris Gore agreed to come on and talk about his favorite film “Logan’s Run.” But from the moment he stepped into the studio he started talking and I started taping. Very funny and very informative 40 minutes of ridiculousness.
Plus: “Luggage Tuesday” takes on prank calls in the 21st century. Also, check out the webseries, “Chapel.”
Check out he Trailer for low-budget “Fantastic 4.”