JFD655: The Brood, The Adventures of Mark Twain, Slipstream
It's the second week of Sci-Fi-ebruary, our month-long tribute to science fiction films and this week we let those psychos, the Dom DeLuise Patreon donors, have their way with three very different adventures.
Up first, David Cronenberg takes us on a weird journey into a small town where a fringe psychologist is working to get his patients to manifest rage in a physical form, including little rage monsters that terrorize those who invoke their ire in 1979's The Brood picked by Portland Paul.
Next, famous American author Mark Twain and three of his characters; Tom Sawyer, Huck Finn and Becky Thatcher, embark on a trip into space to follow Halley's Comet, all in beautiful Claymation in 1985's The Adventures of Mark Twain picked by Eamon.
And finally, in a post-apocalyptic world where vigilantes ride planes through streams of air, Mark Hamill plays a bounty hunter bringing in a valuable prisoner only to have him stolen by loose cannon Bill Paxton who wants the hefty reward for himself in Slipstream from 1989.
All this plus Sean's adventures in cat love, our AI lawyers, some very heartfelt voicemails, AMC making bad decisions, and so much more!
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