Yep. It's here again. Despite the many deadlines, assignments and chores which fill my daily life to the brim on any given week, there is ALWAYS time for another righteous slice of Epi-Cast. So, yes, once again my unhinged vocal co-host Tom Wytrwal and I attack the big film issues and topics for your collective amusement. Laugh at us, or with us. We don't care.
...Maybe Tom does...
Epicast: Episode 4 - "Clash of the Eurotrash."
In this stalwart return to form after last week's truncated tomfoolery, Cam and Tom contemplate a duo of European-set action extravaganzas: Underworld: Rise of the Lycans and Liam Neeson's Taken. You'll never guess which one almost sends Cam over the edge into a raving cacophony of rage. As well, they get in touch with their feminine sides discussing the Renee Zellweger vehicle New In Town, Woody Allen's Hannah And Her Sisters, and Tom finally reveals his feelings towards The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. Ed Harris' retro-western Appaloosa is also mentioned, along with your favourite hosts-with-the-mosts' opinions regarding the Oscar nominations. It's fun for the whole dysfunctional flesh-eating family!
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