Back by unpopular demand, we jump right into the action to review the 1988 blockbuster, “Die Hard”.
In Part 1, we’ll make fists with our toes to dig deep into every moment of Gruber’s sinister setup, McClane’s lack of shirts, and our fondness of Theo and Argyle.
We’ll be back in one week to continue this three-part shoot-down. Until then, why not visit http://patreon.com/shockedandapplaud and see how you can load us up for next year’s advertising goals? We’re growing because you’re sharing, not just listening.
Intro moment this week is the audio property of Comcast and NBC, from “Brooklyn Nine Nine”.
We finally encounter the Pale Man. Ophelia uses her five-finger discount. The rebels emerge with extra Pedro Points. All of this and more, as we conclude our review of Guillermo del Toro’s “Pan’s Labyrinth”.
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We’ll be back with Episode 4 Part 1 in only one week! Who are we, *Santa?
*Not recognized by Interpol as any identity known as Santa
Ophelia continues her rebel girl ways, following the Fawn’s direction into some incredibly questionable, if not fantastic, scenarios.
Vomiting toxic frogs? Cool. Amputations? Yes please. Finding out Pedro isn’t married? Definite points, Del Toro.
We’re only two thirds of the way through, so stick with us until December 4th for the conclusion of our review of this immensely dark and entertaining film.
We relentlessly dive into this macabre and surreal film by Spanish director, Guillermo del Toro. Where are you going? Wait, we’re still funny!
Are you ready for ol’ turkey hands? Well, we won’t get there quite yet, but we wanted to give you something to listen to if you still perform the ancient art of Black Friday shopping.
Join us as we discuss our nerd ignorance in foreign cinema, rant about Ophelia’s need for a responsibilibuddy, gush on Doug Jones as the Fawn, and lead into Part 2, where creepy Herculean feats of courage will guide us into encounters with del Toro’s fantastic beasts of a different anthology.
Ready for the scary stuff? We’ll be back on 11/20/18 with Part 2!