Sep 17, 2018
This week the Give Me Five guys were left to their own devices, and as a result we have a large variety of topics. We talk about music both live and recorded, in the form of Pearl Jam's 2-night stint at Fenway Park and new albums by Clutch and Dance With the Dead. We close out the summer movie season with a look at Happytime Murders, Equalizer 2, and Mile 22. We also get a bit exploitative with the 1981 cult exploitation film Ms .45 (trigger warning, the movie has explicit rape scenes that are hard to watch). We close out with Rob on NyQuil which is... uh... interesting.
For the Give Me Five question we took a look back at our summer movie predictions to see what movies did the best, the worst, and which were critical darlings. We also tried to figure out who the stand-out performer of the summer is. The loser of these picks will be singing ABBA on a future episode. When the heat clears, who will be singing Dancing Queen and who will be forced to listen to it.
Next week we will be covering the new on demand movie "Mandy", so check it out here if you want to follow along.
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Thank you to Dance With the Dead for the use of their song "Salem" off of their new album Loved to Death. Available on Bandcamp. https://dancewiththedead.bandcamp.com/album/loved-to-death
Snap Decisions theme: Skin by DJ Ten (feat Mecha Malko)
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