Aug 17, 2013
Movie Meltdown - Episode 240
This week, we finally get a chance to get some of the group together and sit down and talk movies... like we do. In addition, we also welcome several new people, including members of the band Ultra Pulverize, who have taken it upon themselves to rescore RoboCop. It's a live performance synched to the film itself, so we discuss the geeky dedication it takes to do that type of thing... and just how many times you have to watch a movie to be able to pull off such a thing. Which leads to this week's edition of The Grind, where we discuss Movies that are Rewatchable.
And while Greg does and impromptu palm reading, we also discuss... Kurtwood Smith, a five year old wearing a Virginia Slims shirt, Don't Wake Daddy, a talking piece of beef jerky, they're silly, they turned a man into stew, Troilus and Cressida, Tim Burton, comfy pair of pants, building an obsessive shrine in your house, Robocop's lip gloss, dorky attire, Bugs Bunny, song poems, your superhero weakness, So wait a minute... who's the weirdo?, Detroit, Robocop loafs, nerdy villains, Tony Stark dies in the cave, Madeline Kahn, the Robocop teat, strip clubs and ice cream cones, Russ Meyer, hieroglyphics on the wall, 80's remakes, silently eating popcorn, shoot him in the grill yo, bitches leave, ThunderCats Sweat suit, going on vacation with crazy people, All kinds of phresh that shirt is..., You lookin' at my Kuato?!, cereal sandwich, creating an entire world, medicated movie viewings, real people you'd swear are from Guess Who, banking on the twist, kids movies, let me see your hands, can you fly Bobby, gloat about your broken clothes, creepy motion capture, being more clever than the audience you are appealing to, The Dark Knight in a nursing home, Are you Samuel L. Jackson?, my pail is full of Robocop milk, there's no satire when you're in grade school?, Frogs and Autobahn, sitcom dads, becoming an event, Mike Myers, ClueCast and the pee to carpet ratio.
"...it fulfills a boyhood dream of dying horribly and returning as a broken robot."
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