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Battleship Pretension Ultraviolent Movies

Battleship Pretension Ultraviolent Movies

Battleship Pretension – The Raid Redemption & Ultraviolent Movies (w/Susan Burke)

 

Tyler Smith & David Bax of Battleship Pretension review “The Raid: Redemption” and are joined by writer/actor/comedian Susan Burke (“Smashed”) to discuss ultraviolent movies.

“Traxx” and “Star Wars Live!”

“Traxx” and “Star Wars Live!”

Is announcer Shadoe Stevens the new Rambo? Would George Lucas let a 50 seat theater do a live version of “Star Wars?” First we talk about  “Traxx” the comedy/action film that’s on the top of our all time best/worst. Stevens plays a mercenary who just wants to make cookies. Then we talk to director of “Star Wars Live” an authorized stage version of the movie that started it all.

Comedian Mike Spiegelman and The Dark Room co-founder Jim Fourniadis join Adam Spiegelman from The Dark Room in San Francisco.

Bonus – Special Announcer – Eddie Pepitone from “The Long Shot” podcast. In a rare non-Fake Gallery appearance!

Listen  on   itunes or Zune or click the player at the bottom of the post. look on the tool bar for trailers and scenes. Press “like” if you like.

Stallone’s “Cobra” Gets Long!

Stallone’s “Cobra” Gets Long!

Before Stallone was nominated for playing Rocky in “Creed” and way after he won an Oscar for Rocky Stallone made this violent mess. Stallone’s  “Cobra” — “Conan” writer Todd Levin,  film expert Peter Avellino, and Adam Spiegelman (Host “Proudly Resents”) celebrate this 80’s classic.

It’s the 30th anniversary of Cobra!

Listen as Peter admits to seeing this movie last year in the theater! How many girls were there?
Be amazed when Todd says why this is Stallone’s best film!
Be Befuddled when Eric says the 80’s was the best decade.
Ask “What did he say?” When Adam gets to the mic.

Also discussed – Todd’s Emmy nomination, Peter’s addition to the revival house and it’s secret famous owner, how great “Meatballs 2” was and Todd’s favorite line from that movie.

“Cobra” was a blast. It’s available on iTunes, so check it out and leave a comment below.

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