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Movie Issues: Young Frankenstein

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Movie Issues: Young Frankenstein

As the guys still continue down the Halloween theme road, this week they watched one of the all time funnest and best movies ever made: Mel Brooks’ 1974 masterpiece: Young Frankenstein! The classic flick where Gene Wilder is the great-grandson of the original creator of the Monster, who travels to Transylvania and thus the best comedy movie ever begins. Igor, Inga, Frau Blücher, and The Monster all come along for the comedic ride of a lifetime. They also talk a little new TV and some movie news. Please download and enjoy!!  Read On

Movie Issues: Clue

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Movie Issues: Clue

Its Movie Issues 150th Episode! Whew, that’s a lot of movies the guys have watched. As they celebrate their 150 episodes they decided to watch one of Leland’s favorite flicks of all time, the 1985 cult classic film, Clue. Yes, that one! The movie based on the classic Parker Bros. board game that brings some of the top comedy actors of the day together in one hell of a funny murderous ride, as we follow one crazy night in the lives of Prof. Plum, Mrs.Peacock, Mrs. White, Mr. Green, Miss Scarlett and Colonel Mustard. Will they live or die? Can you spot all the clues to see who the murderer is? Well please download, sit back, and listen as they guys talk their 150th episode and give some love to ClueRead On

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Young Frankenstein

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Always Full Price

Werewolf! Werewolf?! There! There wolf. There castle!
Would you mind telling me whose brain I did put in?
Abby someone. Abby Normal. I’m almost certain that was the name.

I recently purchased the new special edition laserdisc of Young Frankenstein – it has bloopers, deleted scenes, and a running director’s commentary audio track option. Now, this movie is one of the best comedies ever made, and if you’ve never seen it, you really should – it’s the Gone With The Wind of parody/homage movies. Mel Brooks’ commentary is not as illuminating as others (The Mask on DVD director’s commentary is actually GRIPPING! It’s really great!) I’ve heard; he rambles about personal memories on the set and how nice Kenny Mars is and he reiterates information we are looking at, but occasionally tells us something new and interesting. Better just to watch and adore.

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