Sun, 10 May 2020
The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are back at a respectable distance and discussing more films of the classic and cult variety, and this week they're discussing the somewhat overshadowed Cold War thriller "Fail Safe" and the 1992 "Doctor Mordid" as a strange artifact of what could have been an early 90s Marvel movie.
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Episode 262 includes:
-Ben introduces the world to "Lil' Humpers" and a TV show about a woman who makes knick-knacks out of animal poop.
-AMC declares war on Universal movies while there still is an AMC.
-Nate has seen the Columbus indie equal of Neil Breen. See it for yourself, "Constraint" is on Amazon Prime.
-Classic Movie -- "Fail Safe" (1964)
-The Cold War paranoia thriller from director Sidney Lumet is like a straight version of "Dr. Strangelove" and still very relevant and very well made.
-Cult Movie -- "Doctor Mordrid" (1992)
-Full Moon Pictures once was going to make a doctor Strange movie. This 90s mess is the aftermath.