On another note, for episode 100, we are going to talk about our favorites from the previous shows, and also about those turds we wish we had flushed down. We'd love to hear your thoughts on movies that we've helped you discover or ones you'd like to punch us over.
Saturday, March 18, 2017
We left an entire picnic set up in the cave last week, and when we came in to record, the place was totally overrun with creepy-crawlers! We look at two films, both from 1977, starting off with Empire of the Ants, from director Bert I. Gordon, and featuring Joan Collins as an underhanded real estate developer who finds herself trapped in the Florida Everglades with an oddball group of prospective investors, beset by a horde of enormous and ravenous ants. It is wonderful cheesy fun with a truly astounding twist near the end that caught us both off guard. We follow that up with Kingdom of the Spiders, from director John 'Bud' Cardos and starring the "Shat" himself, Mr. William Shatner. This is a truly exceptional bit of genre film making. There are stunts, action, peril, thrills, and 5,000 tarantulas, a small portion of which survives until the end of the movie. Let us know what you thought of the show by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com, or just post a message on our Facebook page.
Reflected in Flickers From the Cave Walls at 4:08 PM