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The Fantastic 4 Marvel Won’t let You to See

FILM THREAT 12 COVERUPDATE: /Film just announced a new “Family friendly” version is in the works!

The Fantastic 4 (1994) was hidden. Listen to the inside scoop on the infamous Roger Corman “Fantastic 4.” It was a movie no one was supposed to see. The prints were burned. Who leaked it? Why would a company want to make a movie just to shelve it?

Chris Gore was the editor of “Film Threat” magazine. He did a cover story about the production – not knowing the film was doomed. DOOMED! Chris give his insight on this blockbuster bootleg. Everything you ever wanted (or not wanted) to know about the early ’90s feature film. Gore is a movie/comic book nut. So he goes off on fun tangents about all things nerdy. Luckily for us, being nerdy is in now.

I know Chris Gore was on before talking about The Fantastic 4 movie, but I wanted him to get into more details. So to my brother who called me out on having Chris Gore talk about the movie twice, lean back and learn more.

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Battleship Pretension – The Avengers & Superhero Movies (w/Paul Rust)

Battleship Pretension – The Avengers & Superhero Movies (w/Paul Rust)

Tyler Smith & David Bax of Battleship Pretension review “The Avengers” and are joined by comedian & actor Paul Rust (I Love You Beth Cooper, Inglourious Basterds) to discuss superhero movies.

Please watch, like, and share!

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Year in Review show!

Year in Review show!

Listeners called in to tell us the best worst movie they saw last year. Now 1/2 way through 2011 we’re playing them. They’re a great bunch of different films from all different people. check it out, agree, disagree, guest how many of the callers are baked. Call us (646) 481-5476 w/ ur thoughts.

Callers include: Kent, Mike, Yuri, Matt, FM,  Riz, The “Filmjitzu guys,” the “We Hate Movies” guy,  Felber (from his car phone!) and many more! Star studded!

“Rock N’ Roll Nightmare”



John “Mikl” Thor 80’s rock icon stars in a cheapy horror movie with penis puppets, bad special effects and tons of unexpected laughs. It’s Heavy Metal meets a broke Scooby Doo.

Actor/comedian Joe Mortimer joins Adam Spiegelman (Proudly Resents) to take you behind the scenes of this cult classic. Finish this podcast an maybe you too can rock with the devil (or whatever the monster is, it’s never clear).