Your beloved "Dirty Sons of Pitches" crew is going to some dark places. We're all about the horror and horrific in today's podcast, inspired by the meta horror-comedy, "The Cabin in the Woods." The gang has a lively discussion on scary movies, movies that spooked them as kids, and all sorts of tangential topics like Ben's obsession with the "Puppet Master" movies, novelty check checkbooks, the majesty of Abe Vigoda in "Good Burger," Rob Schenider atrocities, cheating with "Choose-your-own-adventure" books, the design flaws in nightmare facilities, Maury Povich's fascination with gender confusion, and lies our parents told us about the end to "Invasion of the Body Snatchers."
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Episode 6 includes:
-The guys respond to their first listener mail!
-"Puppet Master 3" = "Inglourious Basterds" but with more puppets
-Even though all three enjoyed "Cabin in the Woods," the guys get into a heated debate over the genre and genre critiques and genre classifcation; Ben wanted more horror, less meta
-The boys open up and share different movies that scared them as kids
-This Week's Pitch -- Horror Movie!
-Nate pitches a horror flick based upon his fear of revolving doors
-Eric pitches a modern remake of "Freaks"
-Ben pitches a cannibalistic curse movie, then eats his fingers
-This Week's Game -- Vanity Project!
-The gang comes up with a project for Ashlynn Yennie, star of "The Human Centipede I and II"
-Nate doesn't get the escalation of adding more humans to your human centipede
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