This week, on a very special episode of Reject Radio, co-director of the Oxford Film Festival Melanie Addington joins fan favorite Luke “Fat Albert” Mullen to discuss the prospect of being sued by Bill Cosby, the prospect of “just doing it,” and the prospect of stealing David Slade’s agent.
Plus! We find some spare time to review The Last Exorcism and Make Out With Violence without devolving into a fist fight.
Segment 1: Ripped From the Headlines[0:00 – 21:00]
Slade: from Twilight to X-Men Origins: Wolverine: Even More Origins
It turns out that being involved with Hard Candy was the key to future success
Matthew McConaughey goes indie
Will he go shirtless and search for the cure to cancer?
No one knows what McConaughey’s last movie was
Scream 4 gets Paquin and Bell
That should be one hot, naked, blood-covered opening death scene
What does Michael Jackson have to say about it?
Segment 2: Reviews[22:00 – 49:00]
The Last Exorcism
Make Out With Violence
Segment 3: The World Famous Third Segment[49:00 – The End]
Four Under-The-Radar, Out-of-the-Box Horror Flicks: Get your rental queue ready for some suggestions from Cole and special guest Scott Weinberg. Because you love murderous religious fanatics, cleaning asbestos, and building your own friends – here are the movies you need to see.
Reject Radio Airs Live Sunday Nights at 10p EST / 7p PST
Links provided by Zergnet, which sounds like a villain but is really quite helpful.
Comment Policy: No hate speech allowed. If you must argue, please debate intelligently. Comments containing selected keywords or outbound links will be put into moderation to help prevent spam. Film School Rejects reserves the right to delete comments and ban anyone who doesn't follow the rules. We also reserve the right to modify any curse words in your comments and make you look like an idiot. Thank You!
Some movie websites serve the consumer. Some serve the industry. At Film School Rejects, we serve at the pleasure of the connoisseur. We provide the best reviews, interviews and features to millions of dedicated movie fans who know what they love and love what they know. Because we, like you, simply love the art of the moving picture.