by Joel G. Robertson
So, you’re just sitting there, minding your own business when you see it. What the hell?!? Is that a new Forgotten Flix episode downloading to my preferred mp3 listening device?
And the answer, my fallow fiends, is yes!
For the month of October, as part of our 2011 October Spooky Flix Fest
and as a way to get out the vote for the 2011 Podcast Awards (You have voted for us, haven’t you? 🙂 (Voting is over, so this episode involves no begging, pleading, or groveling for votes!) we’re releasing some “deleted scenes” from the weekly podcast.
I know, I know, you’re finding it hard to believe that we could talk long enough, or go on so many tangents that our usual one hour and ten minute shows could run even longer! Well, it’s true.
So, after a brief intro by your lovable hosts (that’s us, in case you were wondering), we get into a couple clips we had to cut from… Episode 7, Night of the Comet (1984)! That’s right it’s a blast from the past as we dig deep, real deep, for this bit of lost “banter”.
You see, what you’re about to hear represents Jason’s and Joel’s first, uhm, cinematic “disagreement” on the podcast (Yep, this bad boy even pre-dates the Assault On Precinct 13 feud!). This one had to do with the more current movies Frozen and Buried. It ran waaaaaaay too long, so it got cut. But we pulled it out of the vault for your listening displeasure.
And don’t forget to call in before Tuesday (11/01) with your voicemail feedback (phone number is 206.203.0491) for our next episode when we’ll be talking about Jim Henson’s Labyrinth (1986)!