(Note: If you haven't checked out my 60/60 Review #3, check that out in the post below!)
Happy Thanksgiving, all (unless you're not American... or you are American, but the Native kind... in that case, I sincerely apologize for what we did to you)! For those of you wishing to hide from relatives, settle down from a big dinner, or prepare your iPods for an early morning Black Friday sale, do I have a treat for you! Normally, I have been releasing episodes of The Demented Podcast every other Saturday. But this week, in celebration of this holiday of togetherness, I want to share with you the episode that brought together two bloggers... that have spoken quite frequently, but that's beside the point.
What an episode. We start off with an introduction of this week's guest, Jason Soto of Invasion of the B-Movies (Warning: There's adult language). Then it's time for The Challenge. This week we take on a scene from Clerks 2--the Pillow Pants scene where Jason speaks for Randal as Tommy Wiseau, and I take Elias as Jeff Goldblum.
From there, we get into our main discussion: Our Top 5 Favorite Time Travel Movies. No, we don't include any Back to the Future or Terminator films, as we feel those are a bit too obvious. However, there is a spoiler warning a ways in. If you've not seen the movie being discussed and would like to skip over the spoiler section, just skip ahead to about 25:35 after I give the spoiler warning.
When we finish the main discussion, it's time for a little Demented Tower. Can Jason even get past the first level? Listen and see! Also, I want to apologize. Every time I say "a dock of 5/10 points," I mean to say stamina. You never lose points in the game (unless it's the bonus round), only stamina. I don't know why I keep saying points.
And stay after the closing song for a bit of behind-the-scenes fun... especially if you wanna know Jason's original impression before it changed to Mr. Wiseau!
Current Leaderboard (The Demented Tower):
1) Rachel - 179 Points
2) Jess - 95 Points
You can listen to the episode on the player below or find me on iTunes.
That being said, enjoy! Thanks goes out to Kevin MacLeod's Incompetech website for great, royalty-free music. And thanks to Google for helping me find a website that will give me free video game audio samples.