On this weeks Vundacast Stephen and Danielle get in the Halloween spirit by reminiscing on some of their favorite horror movies. Stephen and Danielle each came up with a list of five horror movies that have stood out in their minds as truly special. Both Stephen and Danielle both came up with the same #1 horror movie: John Carpenter's The Thing. Here their impassioned reasons as to what makes a great horror movie and listen up for all the sweet honorable mentions we recommend. Get in the Halloween spirit put on your headphones and give our top horror movies podcast a listen. Make sure to follow us on itunes and Stitcher.
Love the Jericho name plate gag and the Rock answers in kind. Plus Heyman and Ross on commentary are phenomenal. Great selling by the Dudley's, and I love the orchestration of the People's elbow and the Jericho dropkick from the top rope on the Rock by accident. Plus the Rock Bottom finish is perfect. Wish I had been watching at this time.
I've been waiting to post this till people are caught up on their Marvel Universe tv. Marvel's Agents of Shield is back on the air and kicking ass. It's picking up in exciting places after the roller coaster ride at the end of last season, that shared plot details from Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Spoilers for Agents of Shield last season and Captain America 2 and enjoy the funny.
So on this weeks Vundacast we breakdown the upcoming DC comics film slate. We talk at length over the problems and possibilities with the Wonder Woman movie set for 2017, we talk about the casting news so far, give opinions on women in comics, and debate Marvel vs. DC a bit. Don't miss this opinion filled Vundacast starring Stephen, Danielle, Mr. J, and Mrs. J. Enjoy the DC Films Extravaganza. Make sure to subscribe to us on iTunes and Stitcher.
This adorable little sith girl is the type of fan we respect around Vundablog. I don't appreciate how the Jedi just leads her away like she did something wrong. She doesn't want to be a Disney Princess she wants to be a sith lord. Keep it up Sariah.
This time around I can't shell out the big bucks and get drawn in. I'm only an autograph seeker this time. However, what I can do is urge you to support this amazing comic that is inspiring, entertaining, heart wrenching, and fun as hell. The story is filled with drama, humor, intrigue, mystery, and gritty realness. It's everything you could want as a wrestling fan or comics fan. I supported it and you can too.
Here's anew segment I'm calling Persons of Interest. The purpose of this is to shine the light on wacky people with good stories. Here's a story about a set of twins who live in an extreme relationship.
This is a new segment at the Vundablog. It's a chance to share some great clips and interviews with some of my favorite filmmakers. So let us bask in the wisdom of the man whose film bears the name of the Holiday we celebrate this month, Halloween. I love John Carpenter he's directed Kurt Russell (my favorite actor) in some of his most memorable and iconic films. He has a filmography that rivals anyone in the business Prince of Darkness, They Live, The Thing, Halloween, Escape from New York and LA, Vampires, the Ward, and The Fog to name a few of his best. He's also the director behind one of my all time favorite films Big Trouble in Little China. We will be thinking about him and the other horror masters all month long on Filmmaker Fandom Friday.
This weeks Vundacast is for all you smodophiles, all you Kevin Smith fans, and all you horror fans. Stephen and Danielle do an episode of Midnight MOVIE Matinee (our movie review show) where we talk about the incredible podcast tale of Tusk. We breakdown the many highs and debatable lows of the newest Kevin Smith film Tusk. We ask the tough questions like why did Kenny Rogers roaster die? and who derailed our podcast? We also do lots of silly voices and go off on random tangents about Heaven is Real movie, Steve Austin's podcast, Boston Market, Sean William Scott and Paul Walker, and the best usage of Jay and Silent Bob to name but a few of our digressions. We recommend if you are a horror fan able to see Tusk in a theater you do so quickly while it's still in theaters, as this film needs your support.