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The MFF Podcast #57: The Podcast in the Woods

May 6, 2016


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The MFF podcast is back, and we are talking about horror movies that take place in the woods! In this pod you will hear about the The Forest, The Hallow, Green Inferno and Chris Klien’s commentary on Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun Li.

The Hallow (2015) Full Movie Download HDRip 400MB English brrmovies4u hollywood Movies 2

Black goo! Black goo! Black goo!

As always, we answer random questions, and ponder if there was actually a “Ted’s Island” in Captain Ron. Sit back, relax and listen to a whole lot of randomness!

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If you listened to the podcast, here is the picture of me (Mark) in China. It was an interesting week.


7 Comments leave one →
  1. Andrea Rogers permalink
    May 17, 2016 5:16 pm

    This was a great listen. I haven’t seen The Forest, but I agree that the subject matter is an off-putting choice for a pop culture horror movie (I find the real Suicide Forest to be a rather melancholy topic).

    I agree with your take on The Hallow – it was a good movie. Your point about the family unit and the father’s need to protect his child is spot-on. I always think plot lines involving babies are intense (The Witch and the the baby kidnapping in the second season of Penny Dreadful both came to mind).

    • May 18, 2016 5:33 am

      Thanks for the comment! I still need to watch The Witch and Penny Dreadful. Can’t wait to check them out.

      • John Leavengood permalink
        May 18, 2016 8:30 am

        I have been recommended Penny Dreadful soooo many times. I feel like it’s time I finally try it.

      • May 18, 2016 9:32 am

        Penny Dreadful is very cool. It’s a modern, gothic horror mashup, like those Universal mashups of old, but much more stylish. Eva Green, the lead, is mesmerizing and so emotive. While I am new to your blog/podcast, I think you might enjoy it based on some of your other interests.

    • John Leavengood permalink
      May 18, 2016 8:32 am

      Well, plots involving baby-protection are intense when done right–which is sadly rare. But when done right, I agree that it’s powerful, as it was here.

      And, unless it’s specifically so you can write a fun scathing review, don’t watch The Forest. The writing is so bad that even a calm afternoon movie outing with ScarJo would have Bruce Banner shading green.


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