In the latest episode of the All Star Summer Jamboree
podcast, I had the privilege of joining host Jeff Holland, along with the proprietors of No-Budget Nightmares
, Doug Tilley and Moe Porne, for a probing, Face The Nation
-style panel discussion of the 2014 film, Beaster Day: Here Comes Peter Cottonhell
Jeff thinks he has become violently allergic to bad films. His panel of experts convinces him otherwise. There is swearing, there is laughter, there are boobs, there is a bunny puppet.
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. It's a relatively merciful form of euthanasia.
Oh, man, I can't find it on Netflix!
tony, I saw it (under protest!) on Hulu.
"He's got huge, sharp -- eh -- he can leap about -- look at the bones!" (Forgive me for the obvious quotation.)
Hulu, you say? Now I'm mighty tempted to queue it up.
Looking forward to the latest Mike and Ike with keen anticipation, although I'm not sure whether I should watch the film, first. Considering that last year they mentioned Night of the Lepus, I'm wondering if it's just a coincidence, or if there's some kind of a killer bunny tradition developing at ASSJam.
Did someone mention killer bunnies?
OMG! I turned it off after ten minutes, just after that goof stuffed a plush bunny in his jeans.
Tony, you missed the part where the guy pulled a plastic groin cup out of a dead man's locker, pressed it to his face, and inhaled like Frank Booth in BLUE VELVET.
See what good drugs and your dad's money will get you!
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