Saturday, September 18, 2010

Epi-Cast: Episode 26 - "Yay-O for the Trej-O!"

Sweet Salamander Salsa! September has crashed upon us like an unholy space chunk and school's back in session. And with this transition, germs are upon us, infecting all of those who dare enter into the hallowed halls of academic learning. Take Cam and Tom, for example. Usually perched squarely atop the ball, the duo spend their return to the podcast world hacking, sniffling and whining about their fall from grace. Yup, it's another infectious Epi-Cast, here to ease the pain of homework and pop quizzes!

Epi-Cast: Episode 26 - "Yay-O for the Trej-O!"

Burying their faces in jumbo-sized Kleenex's, the premiere princes of pithy podcasting once again take their place upon their lofty cyber-thrones and reign down judgment on the latest Hollywood offerings dosey-doe-ing into theatres as we speak. In a half-assed bit of critical analysis, the two use the word "fun" 134 times while describing Robert Rodriguez's Trejo-tastic Mexploitation epic Machete. Additionally, Cam weighs in on both Ben Affleck's second directorial effort The Town and the latest Resident Evil (now in 3D) instalment, while Tom highlights a couple random rental choices in Hot Tub Time Machine and the 1964 Michael Caine classic Zulu. In the newest "Trailer Park Encounters" segment there's plenty of discussion on Darren Aronofsky's Black Swan, Uwe Boll's Auschwitz (!!!), David O. Russell's Mark Wahlberg boxing epic The Fighter and Todd Bridges' Robert Downey Jr./Zach Galifianakis buddy-road movie Due Date. Plus, as filler, the two discuss their worst theatre experiences. Enjoy! *Coughs*

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