Oct 27, 2014
are the worst thing in our culture. Christmas, Thanksgiving, New
Years, Valentine's Day, Bastille Day - those holidays are for
people who love their lives. Disgusting. But there's always the day
Michael Myer's came home. On this holiest of holidays, we
discuss the films of Arnold Schwarzenegger. Listen to previous
year's Halloween specials: Episode 6: Horror movie special,
Episode 51: John Carpenter special featuring
10 guests in 8 individuals segments.
episode your hosts Truckasaurus Stone and Season of the
Witzke are joined by Wet Donut In Aliens Jeske, Grave-vid
Smothers, Satanic Horror-ocks, The (understandably) Unretrieved
Cremains of John K.O., and Jared the Atomic Space
0:00:00 -0:42:28 - BRACKET PART ONE with David
Brothers & Morgan Jeske.
0:42:49 - 1:04:15 - Spotlight on Running
Man with Jared Lewis & John Keogh.
1:04:16 - 1:33:17 - Spotlight
on Commando with Sarah Horrocks.
1:33:18 - 2:41:03 - BRACKET PART TWO: 3D Battle
films discussed include:
- Conan the
Barbarian (1982), written and directed by
John Milius, co-starring James Earl Jones, Max Von Sydow, Sandhal
Bergman, Sven Ole-Thorson, Mako, Ben Davidson, and Gary
Terminator (1984), written and directed by
James Cameron, co-starring Linda Hamilton, Michael Beihn, Paul
Winfield, and Lance Henriksen. Cameo by Bill Paxton.
- Commando (1985),
directed by Mark L. Lester, co-starring Rae Dawn Chong, David
Patrick Kelly, Dan Hedeya, Vernon Wells, Bill Duke, and Alyssa
- Raw Deal (1986),
directed by John Irvin, co-starring Darren McGavin and Robert
- Predator (1987),
directed by John McTiernan, co-starring Carl Weathers, Jesse
Ventura, Sonny Landham, Kevin Peter Hall, Shane Black, Richard
Chaves, Elpidia Carrillo, and Richard Thorson.
- The Running
Man (1987), directed by Paul Michael Glaser,
co-starring Richard Dawson, Maria Conchita-Alonso, Yaphet Kotto,
Mick Fleetwood, Sven Ole-Thorson, Prof Toru Tanaka, Erland Von
Lith, Jesse Ventura, and Jim Brown.
- Red Heat (1988),
directed by Walter Hill, co-starring Jim Belushi, Peter Boyle, Gina
Gershon, Larry Fishburne, and Ed O'Ross.
- Twins (1988),
directed by Ivan Reitman, co-starring Danny Devito, David Caruso,
Heather Graham, Kelly Preston, and Bonnie
Recall (1990), directed by Paul Verhoeven,
co-starring Sharon Stone, Rachel Ticotin, Dean Norris, Ronny Cox,
Michael Ironside, and Mel Johnson Jr.
Cop (1990), directed by Ivan Reitman,
co-starring Penelope Ann Miller, Pamela Reed, Richard Tyson, and
- Terminator 2: Judgement
Day (1991), directed by James Cameron,
co-starring Richard Patrick, Linda Hamilton, Edward Furlong, and
- Last Action
Hero (1993), directed by John McTiernan,
co-starring Austin O'Brien, Tom Noonan, Charles Dance, F Murray
Abraham, Robert Prosky, Frank McCrae, Mercedes Ruehl, and Ian
- True Lies (1994),
directed by James Cameron, co-starring Jamie Lee Curtis, Bill
Paxton, Tom Arnold, Tia Carrere, Charlton Heston, and Grant
- Junior (1994),
directed by Ivan Reitman, co-starring Danny Devito, Emma Thompson,
Pamela Reed, and Frank Langella.
- Eraser (1996),
directed by Chuck Russell, co-starring James Caan and Vanessa
- Jingle All the
Way (1996), directed by Brian Levant,
co-starring Sinbad, Phil Hartman, Darth Vader, and Rita
- Batman &
Robin (1997), directed by Joel Schumacher,
co-starring Alicia Silverstone and Coolio.
- End of
Days (1999), directed by Peter Hyams,
co-starring Gabriel Byrne, Rod Stieger, Kevin Pollak, Robin Tunney,
Udo Kier, and CCH Pounder
- The 6th
Day (2000), directed by Roger Spottiswoode,
co-starring Robert Duvall?, Michael Rappaport, and Terry
Damage (2002), directed by Andrew Davis,
co-starring Elias Koteas, Francesca Neri, John Tuturro, John
Leguizamo, and Cliff Curtis.
- The Last
Stand (2013), directed by Kim Ji-Woon,
co-starring Johnny Knoxville, Luis Guzman, Harry Dean Stanton,
Peter Stormare, Rodrigo Santiago, and Forrest Whitaker.
Plan (2013), directed by Mikael Halfstrom,
co-starring Jim Caviezel, Sylvester Stallone, Amy Ryan, 50 Cent,
Sam Neill, Vinnie Jones, and Vincent D'onofrio.
- Sabotage (2014),
directed by David Ayer, co-starring Olivia Williams, Sam
Worthington, Mirelle Enos, Terrence Howard, Joe Mangianello, Harold
Perrineu, Max Martini, and Josh Holloway.
Music: All music in this episode has been taken from
the Disneyland Haunted Mansion Ride, composed by Buddy
Baker and featuring Paul Frees.
Next week: A very special episode of Travis
Bickle on the Riviera.
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