This week, on a very special episode of Reject Radio, Brian Salisbury returns to the program alongside Scott Weinberg for an all-out, guns-blazing exploration of B Movies that you should have in your rental queue.
Plus, Weinberg does his best Rocky impression, does his best Australian accent, and Salisbury does the entire show wearing a Spider-Man costume.
Double plus, we find the time to review Piranha 3D. In 3D!
Segment 1: Ripped From the Headlines[0:00 – 22:00]
Kathryn Bigelow re-teams with Mark Boal for Triple Frontier
It’s not a romantic comedy
Scott didn’t like Babel
A Ryan Reynolds, Deadpool, Rodriguez Update of massive proportions
Scott is jealous of Reynolds’s work out routine
Brian thought Deadpool was about a shark in a public swimming pool
But holy crap, that’s frightening
Carl Gugino is a MILF
Stacy’s Mom, in face, does have it going on
Segment 2: Reviews[22:00 – 35:30]
Segment 3: The World Famous Third Segment[35:30 – The End]
Just when you thought it was safe to get back in the water! You can’t get to it! Because of all the B movies in the way! Salisbury and Weinberg deliver 10 B movies that you probably already love. If you don’t already love ‘em, check ‘em out and bask in the warm glow of films like Deep Rising and Blood Beach.
Reject Radio Airs Live Sunday Nights at 10p EST / 7p PST
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