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Grawlix Cinematic Universe

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Two nerds watch and review two movies in search of the next shared CINEMATIC UNIVERSE.
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Randy goes solo to review Last Shift (2014) and Darling (2015), two horror movies about being alone in a creepy place.
It's a space slasher double feature as we review Jason X and Leprechaun 4: In Space!
It's a Halloween double feature of film reviews! We discuss cult classic The Warriors (1979) and horror comedy Murder Party (2007).
We discuss the horror films Halloween III: Season of the Witch and The Guest (2014). Then we try to mash them up into a shared cinematic universe!
Friday the 13th Special

Friday the 13th Special

2019-09-1200:53:20

We explore the origins of Jason Voorhees with a special discussion of the first three Friday the 13th films.
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood review and all of Quentin Tarantino's films ranked on this special Season #Taran3no finale episode!
We revisit the Old West with the adjective-numeral themed western double feature of The Magnificent Seven (1960) and The Hateful Eight (2015).
This episode we review the 1999 big budget flop, Wild Wild West. Then we move from post-Civil War west to pre-Civil War south with Django Unchained, Quentin Tarantino’s slavery revenge “southern”.
Yep, season #Taran3no has brought us to Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds and the 1978 Italian produced inspiration for the film, The Inglorious Bastards.
GCU Outtakes: G Madness

GCU Outtakes: G Madness

2019-06-2400:09:26

Tonight we present to you a sordid tale of madness. Several outtakes from GCU #27: The Street Fighter & Kill Bill Vol. 2 set the scene for a cautionary story of one man and his unhealthy affinity for powdered energy drink formula.
The GCU boys are joined by Grawlix Podcast’s own Jesse Kiefer for a kung fu and karate double feature. First, they marvel at Sonny Chiba’s X-Ray karate chops and confusing morality in 1974’s The Street Fighter. Then the conclusion of Quentin Tarantino’s tale of the blood-soaked bride with Kill Bill Vol. 2.
It's a ladies of vengeance double feature! First on our hitlist is Lady Snowblood, the 1973 revenge classic which served as a clear inspiration for our second review, Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill Vol. 1.
Joined by Mike Wood of the Grindbin Podcast, we discuss Quentin Tarantino’s 2007 Grindhouse entry, Death Proof, and the 1971 heady high-speed classic, Vanishing Point.
Bonus episode! Randy and Jasper discuss the DC Universe app including their thoughts on the Doom Patrol and Titans series as well as the app’s comic book selection and more.
This episode we’ve got a double dose of Pam Grier! First, the 1974 blaxploitation classic, Foxy Brown. Then we jump forward a couple decades to Quentin Tarantino’s 1997 hangout heist movie, Jackie Brown.
This episode we discuss the Tarantino penned, Rodriguez directed From Dusk Till Dawn. Then we hop over to the comedy anthology experiment Four Rooms, written and directed by Allison Anders, Alexandre Rockwell, Robert Rodriguez, and Quentin Tarantino.
Joined by guest Jesse Kiefer we review the Tarantino penned, Tony Scott directed True Romance and Tarantino’s 2nd movie, Pulp Fiction.
It’s a double feature of master filmmakers’ early works. We kick off season Taran3no with Quentin Tarantino’s feature length directorial debut, Reservoir Dogs, and Stanley Kubrick’s The Killing.
Randy reacts to the greatest movies ever made… that Jasper has never seen.
We look back at GCU #11 – #19 and all 18 movies we reviewed therein and ask… what if?
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