Monday, December 24, 2012
Episode 41: First Annual Badland Girls Secular Christmas!
This week, Rhea and Destiny get real jolly with talk of their favorite holiday movies, songs, and television specials! We also discuss dark and weird computer games, the new Superman movie trailer, and some Hobbit feelings. We treat you to a couple of songs from the Skull Sketches musical Rhea co-wrote, and Destiny reveals her love of Christmas Carol adaptations. Also: A Christmas Story vs. National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation.
Spoiler Alerts for the Following: Christmas episodes of Hey Arnold, All in the Family, and Cloverfield.
Corrections:The Cicely Tyson film adaptation of A Christmas Carol was called Ms. Scrooge.
Rhea on Pool Party Radio talking Saved By the Bell with those darlings Parker and Jason
Tom Jones and Cerys Matthews, "Baby It's Cold Outside"
The Casket Girls, "Sleepwalking"
Celluloid Bloodbath trailer
The Waitresses, "Christmas Wrapping"
The Story of Film: An Odyssey
Klaus Nomi, "Silent Night"
The Old Tree
Ebbie (the entire movie)
A Diva's Christmas Carol trailer
Christmas Story 2 trailer
Taylor Swift, "I Knew You Were Trouble"
Yasujiro Ozu: The More You Know
Jay is Games
Pacific Rim trailer
Sunday, December 16, 2012
Episode 40: He's My Daemon Familiar
Spoiler Alerts for the Following: As far as we remember, nothing was spoiled to ruin this week! Is that a first?
Corrections: The name of the Neil Breen film that was probably screened at the Butt-Numb-a-Thon was Fateful Findings (see video above). Cilla Black did sing a cover of "Love of the Loved." The song they danced to in She's All That was called "Rockafeller Skank." John Woo's first American film was Hard Target. Proof we've never seen Mondo Cane: We can't pronounce it.
A Skull Sketch Carol
Mad Ron's Prevues from Hell trailer
Youtube Playlist featuring a majority of the trailers from Mad Ron's Prevues From Hell
Moon Duo, "Sleepwalker"
Cilla Black, "Anyone Who Had a Heart"
I Am Here Now trailer
Dance sequence from She's All That (USHER, Y'ALL)
Young Adult trailer
Suburbia (1983) trailer
Papa's Hot Doggeria
Ozzy Osbourne scene from The Decline of Western Civilization II: The Metal Years
Ozzy Osbourne, "Miracle Man"
Lita Ford, "Kiss Me Deadly"
Super Solider #1 cover:
Destroy All Movies by Zack Carlson and Bryan Connolly
Shock Value by Jason Zinoman(FYI, Rhea hates this book and Destiny's never read it.)
Sunday, December 9, 2012
Episode 39: Science In Your Zombies
This week, the Badland ladies freak out over the new Star Trek teaser trailer, and talk ZOMBIES! Learn why science and zombies don't mix, why vampires ain't all that, and balk at their ambivalence over the upcoming Hobbit film! They also read a nice fan email and deal with the sound issues involved with recording an episode in an Asian fusion restaurant on a Friday night.
Spoilers for the following:
Downton Abbey Season 2
28 Days Later
Corrections: The name of the composer for a good chunk of Godzilla films was Akira Ifukube. Here is the track they use in Tokyo! (It's from a Godzilla v Mothra fight). In Freaks and Geeks, "Jesus is Just Alright with Me" is an old gospel song, but the version that show was referencing was by The Doobie Brothers, not Foghat. Dan O'Bannon only wrote Dead and Buried.
Azure Ray: As Above So Below
Millie and Nick sing "Jesus Is Just Alright with Me" from Freaks and Geeks
Sherlock Jr. (the whole film!)
"Rabbit In Your Headlights", DJ Shadow & James Lavelle (UNKLE) Feat. Thom Yorke
"Living My Life", Grace Jones
"Gonna Raise Hell", Cheap Trick
Improv in Omaha
Star Trek Into Darkness Japanese trailer
My Southern Manners: A Fanmix for Joanna McCoy
CDC's Zombie Preparedness
That horrible eye gouging scene from Zombi
Simon Pegg's article on why zombies shouldn't run
7 Scientific Reasons a Zombie Outbreak Would Fail (Quickly)
The Evil Dead remake trailer
Monday, December 3, 2012
Episode 38: Cry More Paul
After such a long hiatus, the internet herself begs the Badland Ladies to come back! They discuss all the movies watched while away, including Skyfall, Harold and Maude, and Lincoln. Rhea and Destiny also come to blows (almost) over Beyond the Black Rainbow and Black Sabbath (the Mario Bava movie, not the band!) After catching up,it's time to go through every single movie directed by JOHN CARPENTER and give an opinion or two. Tell us how much you missed us: badlandgirls at gmail dot com!
Spoiler alerts for the following:
The Perks of Being a Wallflower
Harold and Maude
Beyond the Black Rainbow
Black Sabbath (1963)
All the Daniel Craig Bond movies
Every movie directed by John Carpenter, especially Dark Star
Corrections: Britt Ekland was the Bond girl in Man with the Golden Gun. She is not a ye-ye girl but Rhea swears she did some French pop song (she is probably wrong). The awesome song on Let It Be Naked was called "Don't Let Me Down". When talking about bug sex and Green Porno, Destiny said the title of the movie Microcosmos wrong. Also, Debra Hill and John Carpenter may not have been married. The internet is back and forth of this, but we at least know they dated in the '70s. Night of the Demons came out in 1988.
Friend Rhea on Pottermore: WitchNettle20489
Iggy Azalea, "My World"
Suburban Lawns, "Janitor"
Holy Motors trailer
Night of the Demons
Prince of Darkness dream transmission
Mean Jeans, "Life On Mars"
Key and Peele's inner city wizard school sketch
Green Porno with Isabella Rossellini
Black Sabbath trailer
The Avengers in Hogwarts (And another Tony and Steve focused one
A Fucking Book:
Eternal Craving by Nina Bangs
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