Mad Max: Fury Road (2015) part two

Hey, this is Elijah. I’m posting this from my phone because I live in the god damned future, just like mad max. Here’s part deux of our examination of Fury Road, alongside imperator robin morrison. Thanks for listening sucka!

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Mad Max: Fury Road (2015) part one


METAL UP YOUR ASS! Get ready for a balls-out, fucked up and totally metal examination of the patriarchy… Naw, not really. Elijah Brubaker and Robin Morrison do, briefly, tackle that particular internet Bailiwick and it’s connection to Mad Max: Furry Rod, but mostly, they just talk about stuff exploding in the desert. This movie is about stuff exploding in the desert. It starts with things exploding in the desert and they don’t stop exploding until everything in the desert is exploded.

keep in mind this movie is still in theaters and the guys talk about everything in the movie., stem to stern, crotch to cranium. There isn’t really anything to spoil but don’t come crying to us when that thing in the desert explodes and it isn’t a surprise because you listened to this goofball podcast. Spoiler alert, assholes.

This is part one of two.


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The Exterminator (1980)

exterm2Robin Morrison and Elijah Brubaker discuss the gross vigilante movie, The Exterminator. If you’ve ever wondered what life was like for vets coming home from ‘nam, well, it was filled with mayhem, chaos and explosions. Journey back to a time when every dude had a duffle bag full of guns and an axe to grind. One thing you don’t do is fuck with Robert Ginty. A bad day for that guy usually results in a ton of dead gang members and a maybe even a guy stuffed into a meat grinder.exterm3


PS, the John Boorman movie Elijah was trying to think of is Point Blank.

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A while back I did some little paintings of demons that float around in my head. I had a lot of trouble with this guy.