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The MFF Podcast #11: Sexually Transmitted Demons and Human Centipedes

May 7, 2015

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Proudly sponsored by the audiobook company Audible, your new MFF podcast episode is here!

We hope you enjoyed our previous action-packed episode on Corona, Belgian Beer, BBQ and the Fast and Furious Films (Episode 10).

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This week the MFF crew discuss their favorite in-theater movie experiences, dissect the “rules of the ghost” from It Follows and assess the “art vs. exploitation” of The Human Centipede franchise.
We also answer such important questions as…

“What made The Cabin in the Woods, Love Actually and Total Recall such amazing theatrical experiences?”
“Can Coors Light make Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun Li watchable?”
“What is the connection between The Fast and the Furious and Point Break…and ultimate Frisbee?”
“What makes a great dread-building scene in a horror movie?”
“When does It Follows take place?”
“What movies would benefit from recasting the lead role with Zac Efron?”

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This week’s podcast is based on the following MFF reviews and articles:

It Follows: A Fantastic Horror Film Full of Dread, Urgency and Patience

It Follows (2015), entrancing and unsettling, this gritty timeless film serves as a powerful cautionary metaphor to the consequences of unprotected sex.

The Human Centipede 2: Full Sequence (2011), an ass-to-mouth film about psychosis and poor hygiene

A brief discussion of The Human Centipede franchise, with opinions on the trailer of The Human Centipede 3: The Final Sequence

The Cabin in the Woods (2012), blowing away expectations

Bad Movie Tuesday: Street fighter The Legend of Chun Li

 uk7znh3vfhiwlsbew6jhIs it film art? Or is it just an exploitative grindhouse film?

Sit back, relax and learn about everything you missed.
If you haven’t seen some of these movies, be comforted that we will geekily inform you as to why you should watch them.

You can stream the pod at the Sharkdropper website, listen to us on with your mobile app OneCast, or download the pod on Itunes.
If you get a chance please REVIEW, RATE and SHARE the pod!

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