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.

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Spoilers for the following:
Haven
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.

Relevant Links:
Azure Ray: As Above So Below
Millie and Nick sing "Jesus Is Just Alright with Me" from Freaks and Geeks
Tokyo! trailer
Anna Karenina
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

2 comments:

  1. I don't much care for the original Evil Dead so the remake is very likely Not For Me (though I'm curious about the Diablo Cody script) but I have to say that one of my favorite background gags in Cabin in the Woods is the inclusion of "Angry Molesting Tree" on the big markerboard full of monsters.

    (I do love Army of Darkness, though, if that puts me back in your good graces at all... haven't seen Evil Dead 2)

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