S5E63 – A Good Supply of Body Bags Can’t Save a Franchise
Episode 63 is here and the guys bring you the latest Pop Culture News, and review Rambo: Last Blood in the Current Movie Review and they discuss the decline of the Rambo Franchise. Also Real Life Blues Brothers Mall Rampage, Burning Love Letters, Rouge Walruses attacking Russian Ships and more outrageous stuff in our What the Hell is That Segment, Also the 2001 Anime Epic from Studio Ghibli “Spirited Away” is the latest movie in the Throwback Movie Review, also an Interview with the Producer of “Once Upon a Time in Deadwood” Jeff Miller, and a huge interview with the cast and crew of Michael T. Originals to promote their next feature “Michael vs Michael: Head to Head” This is definitey an episode you don’t want to miss.
Pop Culture News: 10:13 – 28:23Jeff Miller Interview: 29:09 – 34:07Rambo: Last Blood Review/Franchise Discussion: 34:21 – 47:21Throwback Movie Review – Spirited Away: 47:52 – 52:37Interview with Michael T. Originals Studios: 53:04 – 1:32:42What the Hell is That: 1:36:12 – 1:46:10Close Show: 1:46:11 – 1:50:23
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