In a rare turn of events, we cover our first theatrical release. I mean, everyone’s talking about MAD MAX: FURY ROAD and why shouldn’t we?! Brian Saur also returns from his bed of sickness to help Sean and Brad discuss the obscure slasher SATAN’S BLADE along with a plethora of films that have arrived on our doorstep.
Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)
Directors: George Miller
Written By: George Miller, Brendan McCarthy
Starring: Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, Nicholas Hoult
It’s been 45 years since the collapse of civilization, and resources such as water, food and oil are scarce. Survivors cling to life at the Citadel, a fortress controlled by the tyrannical Immortan Joe. When Imperator Furiosa (Charlize Theron) leads a band of rebels on a daring escape through the Wasteland, she forges an alliance with haunted loner Max Rockatansky (Tom Hardy). Together, they embark on a high-speed race through the desert, pursued relentlessly by the gangs of the apocalypse.
Satan’s Blade (1984)
Directors: L. Scott Castillo Jr.
Written By: L. Scott Castillo Jr. (original story), Thomas Cue (screenplay)
Starring: Tom Bongiorno, Stephanie Leigh Steel, Thomas Cue
At a remote ski resort, the haunting legend of the mountains becomes a shocking reality when seemingly innocent holiday revelers become victims of sadistic stabbings at the tip of Satan’s Blade. Romance and murder are horrifyingly entangled in a film that honors the slasher film genre.
Other films discussed:
Stripped To Kill, Duel, These Final Hours, Vampyros Lesbos, She Killed In Ecstasy, Zardoz, Empire Of The Ants, Food Of The Gods, Frogs, Jaws Of Satan, The Man With X-Ray Eyes, Premature Burial, Ladyhawke, The Rover, Area 51, The Pyramid, Infiny