With Rambo: Last Blood oncoming, Double Edged Double Bill is doing an episode about Sylvester Stallone! First, Adam & Thomas cover the good pick Cop Land, showing Sly’s nuances as an actor. Then, our duo talk the “bad” pick Tango & Cash, where Stallone and Kurt Russell give 1980s excess a grand
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Each week, Adam Thomas and Thomas Mariani will come to the table to discuss the randomly selected yin and yang of a double feature. Then, both will have to pick a number between one and ten in order to seal their fates for the next episode. One will have two good movies. The other two bad ones. Let the chaos begin!
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Every director starts somewhere. So this week, we’re looking at two very different directorial debuts! First up the bad pick Piranha II: The Spawning, showing how James Cameron went from rubber fish to box office billions. Then the good pick Brick, where Rian Johnson went from high school noir to
Earlier this year, we lost Rutger Hauer. Hauer performed in many films of varying quality over five decades, so Adam and Thomas are spotlighting two examples tonight. First is Thomas’ bad pick Dracula 3D, one the worst films ever covered on this show. Then, Adam’s good pick Ladyhawke an underrated 80s
This week, Double Edged Double Bill is discussing two bizarre films from Japan. First is Thomas’ good pick Why Don’t You Play In Hell, which combines renegade filmmaking & yakuza ultraviolence to hilarious effect! Then, Adam’s bad pick of Vampire Girl Vs. Frankenstein Girl where ultraviolence is the least offensive
1999 was a major cinematic year. 20 years later, Adam Thomas and Thomas Mariani are here to talk about two films from this iconic year with special guest Lance Langford of The Horror Returns podcast! For the good feature, Adam picked Jim Jarmusch’s Ghost Dog: Way of the Samurai which features Forest