Break out the silver bullets, because Monster Dog is the Greatest Movie EVER!
Click on the movie poster or the title above to download our review of the film, feauting Sean “Hollywood” Hunting.
Review in a Nutshell: Staggeringly terrible rubber werewolf puppets mixed with spooky cinematography and a great location, Monster Dog is not quite Troll 2 levels of awesome, but it comes awfully close.
Monster Dog? I guess we can’t have a Perfect Weapon all the time, or we’d be spoiled.
Oh, you’ve GOT to do a special one-off (like you did for “My Little Pony” and “Foucault’s Pendulum”) about GOSFORD PARK. I loved that movie, and I’d enjoy nothing more than hearing you guys take it apart.
As a huge Alice Cooper fan, I feel that I *must* see this movie. Thank you guys for bringing it to my attention, because I had literally no idea it existed until I listened to this episode.
I think you’ll enjoy it, Travis. It’s an experience, there’s no denying that.
Alice Cooper is the only musician I’ve actually seen in concert. He came to Ruth Eckerd Hall several years ago and put on a great show. I think I still have the teddy bear I bought; it has Alice Cooper make-up.
Travis, have you seen Cooper’s cameo as “Father Sun” in the Bee Gees film, “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band”? His performance of “Because” is wild. It’s on Netflix streaming.
Paul: Alice’s concerts have always been something to behold; he played at, of all things, my local State Fair a few years ago (with Blue Oyster Cult opening for him!), and it was a pretty great time.
Kevin: I have seen that – I remember when my family first got satellite TV, back in the late ’90s, and VH1 would run the Sgt. Pepper movie constantly. I think I’ve seen the whole movie, but never in one sitting. Which might be the best way to watch it, actually.
Hmm on the Bruno Mattei show they mentioned that “Clyde Anderson” was also credited as the writer of Strike commando and that it was probably Claudio.