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It’s Evil Episodes Podcast #66 -The 66th One.
On this edition of the podcast we get started with a rather long news segment including news on TellTale’s Walking Dead game, a possible Evil Dead TV Show starring Bruce Campbell, a trailer for The Walking Dead’s 5th season, and a whole lot more. We then breakdown our thoughts on the first five episodes of Hemlock Grove’s second season. After that we get another beer review from Mike & Corey along with special guest Jeffrey X Martin of the Kiss the Goat Podcast (and so much more). Then we get to the segment “everyone” has been waiting for, our discussion on Sharknado 2…..first episode in awhile that is a monster in itself, clocking in at three and a half hours……hope you enjoy!
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There simply are no words. Sharknado was watchable. I can’t quite give them the credit they think they deserve because I am not sure they accomplished what they thought they might have been going for, but at the same time it was hardly an awful experience (I still think Ghost Shark was better, btw).
Look out brah, there’s a shark in the water!!!
Jersey Shore Shark Attack was at least trying to parody a show that’s a little more modern. Beverely Hills 90210 (the real one) hasn’t been on TV for a long time so I am not sure if they will be doing a parody of the show itself or just Southern California/Orange county culture? It’d be pretty great if they could at least get a cameo from a cast member of the original (What is Luke Perry up to these days, anyway?) Either way, it is hard to turn down a date with a killer Shark movie, regardless of how many times you’ve been disappointed before so I will likely be sitting through this one too….