Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast takes on over an hour of horror-themed anthologies but first, Eric talks to the star of AFTER, Karolina Wydra (8:44). After talking about the new flick and how Eric is all quoted on the film's poster, we dive deep into Horror Anthologies! That's right, we devote over an hour to talk about Anthology flicks, from V/H/S (31:10) to CREEPSHOW (57:48) to TRAPPED ASHES (1:26:44) and everything in between. Afterwards, Ammon talks about the original MOTHER'S DAY and Eric takes on the craptacular RESIDENT EVIL: RETRIBUTION (1:47:18), a film that actually fell below expectations. So grab a beer, your favorite Crypt Keeper and Creeper, and get ready for our most epic Anthology Themed Show yet!
8:44 - KAROLINA WYDRA TALKS ABOUT THE SPOOKY SUPERNATURAL FLICK AFTER, A SCARE FLICK THAT WILL SURELY KEEP YOU GUESSING.
31:10 - OUR ANTHOLOGY TALK BEGINS WITH THE FOUND-FOOTAGE ANTHOLOGY FLICK V/H/S, WHERE WE'RE BOTH SURPRISED HOW MUCH WE LIKED THE SEGMENT DIRECTED BY TI WEST.
57:48 - IT WOULDN'T BE AN ANTHOLOGY DISCUSSION IF WE DIDN'T TALK ABOUT THE GRANDFATHER OF ALL ANTHOLOGY FLICKS, CREEPSHOW!
1:26:44 - ANTHOLOGY TALK EDGES INTO THE NETFLIX INSTANT QUEUE MOVIE OF THE WEEK, TRAPPED ASHES, FROM DIRECTORS JOE DANTE AND SEAN S. CUNNINGHAM
1:47:18 - ERIC SUFFERS THROUGH THE SHITASTIC POOPFEST KNOWN AS RESIDENT EVIL: RETRIBUTION, A FLICK THAT ACTUALLY FELL BELOW EXPECTATIONS!
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