Two weeks have passed (I know, right? They just flew by), which means it's time once again for The Slumgullion, and if you've been thinking of giving our humble podcast a listen, this would be the one to try. First of all, it's shorter than usual. Second, Jeff and I are joined by the delightful dirty book author, Indy McDaniel. And I have it on good authority that it's pretty funny.
In episode 4, Jeff and suave raconteur Indy try to break my Buckingham Palace Guard-like composure using nothing but ordinary table salt and Kanye West. We talk about the World's Greatest Heist Films, and fight to the death over which of us has the unhealthiest fixation on J.K. Simmons. And I pass on Hank Parmer's demand to Jeff that he sing the first song from his musical version of the 1972 film Frogs ("Today the Pond, Tomorrow the World!").
The film for today's Unknown Movie Challenge is Turbo Kid (trailer rated Probably NSFW due to cartoon gore and excessive Michael Ironside) a flawless homage to the low budget post-apocalyptic sci-fi action pics made by Cannon Films (these were basically the dystopian YA of the Eighties). Talk is talked of it, and it is good, and it is funny. Please click the link and give it a listen: