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Podcast #24 – The Coen Brothers

A little late but worth the wait, the Film Pigs are back and we’re talking Coen Brothers – their movies we love, the ones we don’t get, and the few that just don’t work. Plus, a long talked about but never before accused addition to Movie Jail, a very Stormarey bizarre line reading, the triumphant return of Straight to DVD Corner with Tonn Slingdog, a trivia game that’s actually a real trivia game and not total nonsense, and more! THERE’S ALWAYS MORE!

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Podcast #15 – Adult Films

Ok, people, let’s try and be mature about this, since this episode the Film Pigs are going to be talking about Adult Films and the stuff that you see in them: hoo-hahs, peeners, melons, booftassles, sweaty groips and such. This is a SERIOUS discussion, so we insist that your pants remain fastened until the end of the podcast. Other fun includes Movie Jail, a Nic Cage Memorial Bizarre Line Reading, Tonn Slingdog’s Straight To DVD Corner, games, and more!

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Nic Cage Is A Vampire!

nic_cage_vampireFinally, conclusive proof that Nic Cage is an Otherworldly Beast! On eBay!

Original c.1870 carte de visite showing a man who looks exactly like Nick Cage. Personally, I believe it’s him and that he is some sort of walking undead / vampire, et cetera, who quickens / reinvents himself once every 75 years or so. 150 years from now, he might be a politician, the leader of a cult, or a talk show host. Continue reading Nic Cage Is A Vampire!

Commentary – Drive Angry (2011)

poster_driveangry“So, it’s about this guy who escapes from Hell and goes on a rampage to save his granddaughter from some guys and he drives a car all over the place. It’s CRAZY!”

“This is another Nic Cage thing, isn’t it?”

“He’s attached, yes.”

(audible sigh)

“But William Fichtner‘s signed on to play a supernatural accountant!”

“I LOVE Bill Fichtner. Alright, I’m greenlighting this picture. Just make sure it’s in 3D.” (IMDb)

TO SYNC WITH MOVIE: start this commentary 10 seconds after starting movie (chapter 1 for DVD/BD).