#65 – SUCKER PUNCH, SCARFACE and Girls, Guns and G-Strings

©2011 Warner Bros.
©2011 Warner Bros.

On hand again to help John and me consider the merits of Zach Snyder’s Sucker Punch is Bob Chipman, a.k.a. MovieBob and The Game Overthinker, and contributor to Escapist Magazine.  We go to town on Sucker Punch in a 70-minute episode in which we agree, disagree, laugh, cry, chide, and fall in love all over again.

For our picks of the week, we discuss the films of Andy Sidaris, as featured in Mill Creek Entertainment’s new 12-movie DVD set Girls, Guns and G-Strings. And then Warner Bros.’ newly announced Blu-ray edition of Brian DiPalma’s Scarface takes center stage.

Spoiler Alert: In the discussion of Sucker Punch, big-time spoiler material abounds between 30:30 and 32:30.

Editors Note: In the discussion of Scarface, the Debbie Harry song we can’t recall is “Push Push.” (We are human, and proud.)

We recorded this episode at Panera Bread, next to the Regal Fenway 13 Theater in Boston. So, as always, the conversation is spurred by coffee, muffins and sandwiches – which helps. And that’s why there’s the clickity-clacking of plates and silverware you’re hearing at times in the background. Our apologies for that.

Click on the links below and enjoy the show!


About Stephen Slaughter Head

Stephen Slaughter Head co-founded the much-loved movie news website IGN FilmForce. He has more than 2,000 published articles at IGN.com. His filmmaking interviews, reviews and features have been published at AOL, Script magazine, Esquire magazine and the Boston Phoenix. He is also the host of the Diabolique Webcast at DiaboliqueMagazine.com. You can contact him directly on Twitter at twitter.com/stevehead.

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