Tales From The Crypt s1e1: The Man Who Was Death

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Hello boils and ghouls. Robin Morrison and Elijah Brubaker kick off the new (ish) Season One podcast. William Sadler is The Man Who Was Death in this adaptation from The Crypt Of Terror #17 written and directed by Walter Hill.

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Season One: Pilot Episode

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It’s a bold new direction for the Movie Show as we pack our bags and head into TV land… The show will be changing its name next week and trying out some format tweaks. The feeds will stay the same, Elijah and Robin are still on board and they still love to talk about jizz and stuff so it’s not really going to be THAT different.

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Young Guns (1988)

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The film festevez continues, as Elijah Brubaker and Robin Morrison dissect the handsome-man movie, Young Guns. It’s probably the best known film about the Lincoln County War but what the movie is really known for is a cast just jam-packed with good lookin’ honeys. Dermot Mulroney plays a guy named “Dirty Steve” and he’s still better looking than Robin and Elijah put together.

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Swordfish (2001)

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Robin Morrison and Elijah Brubaker take a look at the movie, Swordfish. Despite being made in 2001, it is totally a 90’s cyber-thriller. It’s gross. It’s a real contender for the worst thing ever. It’s the Hoobastank of movies.
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Bonus: Batman V Superman

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In this short bonus episode, ElIjah Brubaker and Robin Morrison talk about that superhero movie, despite not seeing it. Other things are also said.

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Robocop (2014)

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Robin Morrison and Elijah Brubaker review Robocop… no, not the real Robocop, the other one… the new one.

Fright Night (1985) part two

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Robin Morrison and Elijah Brubaker conclude their examination of Fright Night.

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Fright Night (1985) Part one

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Robin Morrison and Elijah Brubaker sink their teeth into take a bite out of suck on the movie, Fright Night. It’s this great movie about a hot mom who keeps trying to get laid but her son is the world’s biggest asshole who makes the sexy neighbor guy burst into flames or something. I don’t know, I wasn’t really watching.

This is part one of two.

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Upstream Color (2013)

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Elijah Brubaker and Robin Morrison ingest some psychic brainworms and get in touch with their inner porcine emotional surrogates while discussing the 2013 science-fiction (?) film, Upstream Color. Was it the best movie of the year or just a dude whacking off and making “art?” listen and find out.

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The Faculty (1998)

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Elijah Brubaker and Robin Morrison take a deep dive into the nineties high school body snatcher movie, The Faculty. You guys remember Usher, right?

 
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This is all we have.

  Here’s the first page of a short-ish comic I’ll be working on for a while. It’s called This Is All We Have. It’s a simple story and the drawings aren’t complicated but it’s slow-going so far. I have no schedule planned for when I’ll update pages, it’s just going to happen when it happens.

Super Mario Brothers (1993)

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Elijah Brubaker and Robin Morrison discuss the indisputably bad Super Mario Brothers movie. It’s a freewheelin’ review without much fanfare. This episode might be a perfect pairing with our Howard The Duck episode, as there’s cheez-ball effects, dudes in rubber suits, Robin and Elijah only briefly touching on the source material and also complaints about how evolution doesn’t work that way.
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Bonus Episode: Gross videos, more Vanilla Sky and bad concerts.

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The Movie Show schedule has been pretty hectic lately and episodes are just coming out willy-nilly, whenever they’re done. We, here at Movie Show HQ, can’t promise that’s going to change any time soon but we’ll probably have more bonus material. This short episode doesn’t quite qualify as Vanilla Sky part two as the movie was covered, in full, the previous episode, but there is more discussion of the film in here. There’s also plenty of talk about other weirdo shit that Robin Morrison and Elijah Brubaker talk about when they’re not discussing movies.

I was going to post the video of a pelican eating a pigeon but I couldn’t decide which one to put up here as there are like, two dozen videos on you tube of pelicans eating other birds. Crazy.
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A note from my publisher



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Hello friends,
It is with mixed feelings that I must announce that I will be shutting down Sparkplug this year.  I appreciate the opportunities that running Sparkplug has given me and the wonderful people it has introduced me to.  I know Sparkplug means a lot to many people and I want to assure you this is not a decision I’ve made lightly.  It’s become increasingly difficult for me to balance my day job as assistant manager at an art gallery, my own comics career, and Sparkplug.  I don’t have the time to put into nurturing the press and its artists that they deserve. I would like to express my gratitude to people who have joined and helped me on this journey, and everyone who has supported Sparkplug and me in the years since Dylan’s passing.  You will always have a place in my heart. My plan right now is to spend about five more months as Sparkplug - tabling at LAZF, Linework and CAKE - and then close up shop.  The back catalog will be transferred to Marc Arsenault of Alternative Comics - a person who takes great care in promoting older titles. Until then, the online shop will remain open, with plenty of Sparkplug’s wonderful selection to choose from.  
Again, thank you all.  It’s been an honor to publish in this community.
-Virginia February 18, 2016

Inking a page

I finally started a short story I’ve been kicking around a while. It’s called This Is All We Have. It’s sort of a western. Here’s a very short video of me inking page three. It’s a simple page, without a lot of bells and whistles, so I’m not really sure why I decided to record drawing it. I always get a kick out of seeing people draw and work out ideas though, so maybe you will too.

Vanilla Sky (2001)

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Robin Morrison and Elijah Brubaker are both the saddest girl to ever hold a martini because they have to talk about Vanilla Sky. They discuss all the jerky janky undertones of this too-big-to-fail Crowe, Cruise, Cruz clusterfuck.

Legend (1985) part two

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Robin Morrison and Elijah Brubaker put the finishing touches on Legend. Evil dies, good triumphs, dwarves celebrate, the usual fantasy claptrap. The guys also talk about typical unsavory things like Road House and the Tommy Westphall universe super theory.

 

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