Episode 15: Profoundly Stupid

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  • Welcome, what’s coming up…Reasons for show delay.
  • Weird News: Teacher rips off kids cheek in China, Man assaulted by one legged attacker at concert.
  • Seagal Fun Facts
  • Movie News: No ‘Expendables’ news but we still manage to talk about it, Sam Raimi to direct ‘Warcraft’, Nic Cage as ‘Green Hornet’ villian, Shane Meadows’ ‘Beware The Devil’.
  • Music: What A Day – Gargamel
  • Break/Promos: Geekazine.com, thescottfullershow.com
  • Movie Reviews: Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome, Cyborg
  • What we would do in the event of an apocalypse.
  • Wrapping up.

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4 Responses to “Episode 15: Profoundly Stupid”

  1. Hi Chris and Jamie(? – sorry)

    I heard your podcast review of Cyborg and thought it was very entertaining and quite kind. And yes, the story behind the making of the film was more or less correct. But the real story is about the post edit on the film, how I was spinning back kicked out of the cutting room and so went my dreams of a post apocalyptic heavy metal rock opera (hence the instrument names). I don’t think JC understood the movie we made…

    Keep up the good work!

    Best,Albert Pyun

  2. Hi Mr Pyun

    The last person I ever expect to leave a comment or even listen to a show is the director of one of the movies we review, so this is really a nice surprise.

    Ah, so that’s the reason behind the names, i’d read somwhere before about the heavy metal opera idea, dunno why i didn’t put two and two together heh. The trivia page on IMDB also mentions that you wanted to shoot the movie in black and white with minimal dialogue, any truth to that?

    Anyway, thanks for stopping by!
    Take it easy and best of luck with future projects.

    Chris

  3. Hi Chris,

    Yes, we actually screened my director’s cut to Van Damme and the producers with the rock opera track in progress. The film was extremely gritty and almost documentary in feel. Very raw and heavy. Unfortunately, it was too artsy and real (relative to its genre).

    Anyway, enjoyed the review and your podcast. I’ll be sure to pass it along to Mr. Seagal so he knows where there are some bones to be broken! Lol.

    Best,
    Albert

  4. And it was screened in grim black and white…it had a great noir feel…I loved it anyway.

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