S2E19 – Double Your Fun Pt 5: Witness Me!…Again!

2GAGAAG_DON-2048When we were last with our heroes, Chuck was just trying to throw a werewolf into a running band saw.  Find out how that went in this exciting episode!

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GLRL Episode 9: “They Live” (1988) with Aaron Waltke

GreenLightRedLightLogo2BigFor this week’s episode, we watched the John Carpenter directed 1988 cult classic, They Live.  Starring “Rowdy” Roddy Piper and Keith David. This movie spawned multiple parodies, is referenced in the “OBEY” posters created by artist Shepard Fairey, and contains the greatest line ever committed to cellulose: “I have come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass… and I’m all out of bubblegum.”

Sadly, between the recording of this podcast and today, Roddy Piper passed away from a cardiac arrest at the age of 61.  We talked about what we wanted to do with the podcast, and decided to go ahead and release it, as we all really love the movie, and Roddy himself.  Our thoughts go out to Roddy’s family, friends, and many many fans.  He will be missed.

Our guest for the main episode is Aaron Waltke of DreamWorks Animation, who hosts two podcasts of his own, My Arms are Lasers and Paranoia Shoppe, both available on the Explosomagico Network.  You can find Aaron on Twitter at @goodaaron.

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Copyright Universal Studios

The movie is available from Amazon, on Blu-Ray, DVD, or Watch Instantly.

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GLRL Minisode 9: “They Live” (1988) with Aaron Waltke

GreenLightRedLightLogo2BigFor this week’s episode, we watched the John Carpenter directed 1988 cult classic, They Live.  Starring “Rowdy” Roddy Piper and Keith David. This movie spawned multiple parodies, is referenced in the “OBEY” posters created by artist Shepard Fairey, and contains the greatest line ever committed to cellulose: “I have come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass… and I’m all out of bubblegum.”

Sadly, between the recording of this podcast and today, Roddy Piper passed away from a cardiac arrest at the age of 61.  We talked about what we wanted to do with the podcast, and decided to go ahead and release it, as we all really love the movie, and Roddy himself.  Our thoughts go out to Roddy’s family, friends, and many many fans.  He will be missed.

Our guest for the main episode is Aaron Waltke of DreamWorks Animation, who hosts two podcasts of his own, My Arms are Lasers and Paranoia Shoppe, both available on the Explosomagico Network.  You can find Aaron on Twitter at @goodaaron.

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Copyright Universal Studios

The movie is available from Amazon, on Blu-Ray, DVD, or Watch Instantly.

Music: http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music

GLRL Episode 8: “Dungeons & Dragons” (2000)

GreenLightRedLightLogo2BigGreen Light Red Light returns with an exciting cross-over event!  The crew from 2 Guys, a Girl, and a Goblin got together to talk about the 2000 movie, Dungeons & Dragons, starring the underutilized Jeremy Irons, the uninspiring Justin Whalin, and the miscast Marlon Wayans.  The full movie is available on YouTube, or you can purchase or rent it from Amazon.

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S2E18 – Double Your Fun Pt 4: Diaper Wearing AC Farmer

When we were last with our heroes, they were just getting ambushed by werewolves.  In this episode, we pick up right where we left off, in the heat of battle.  Get ready for a lot of kung fu werewolf action, plus: Chuck gets an idea!

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GLRL Minisode 8: “Dungeons & Dragons” (2000)

GreenLightRedLightLogo2BigGreen Light Red Light returns with an exciting cross-over event!  The crew from 2 Guys, a Girl, and a Goblin got together to talk about the 2000 movie, Dungeons & Dragons, starring the underutilized Jeremy Irons, the uninspiring Justin Whalin, and the miscast Marlon Wayans.  The full movie is available on YouTube, or you can purchase or rent it from Amazon.

Music: http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music

S2E17 – Double Your Fun Pt 3: Chuck L. F*cks

2GAGAAG_DON-2048In this episode, our heroes learn more about their redheaded guest, we learn about the Law Family’s history with children’s pizza restaurants, and we finally get to some combat.  Check it out!

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S2E16 – Double Your Fun Pt 2: Vampire Weekend at Bernie’s

In this episode, our heroes do a bit more investigating into the death of the Professor, interrogate a priest, Ivana invents the Russian Casserole, and Chuck meets a new and exciting friend.

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Cut From the Same Cloth as Chuck Law: “Kung Fury” (2015)

If it’s possible for Chuck Law to have a long lost brother, I have to imagine it’s the cop that became Kung Fury, the greatest Kung Fu master ever.

Kung Fury is a Swedish martial arts short film that somehow manages to cram most of the 1980’s into its 30 minute run time in the best possible way. A normal Miami cop is struck by lightning and then bitten by a cobra to become Kung Fury, the greatest Kung Fu Master / Cop ever seen.  When Adolph Hitler, a.k.a. The Kung Fuhrer travels through time to 1985, Kung Fury must enlist the aid of Hackerman, world’s greatest hacker, to hack time itself.  It’s got vikings, dinosaurs, vikings riding dinosaurs, robots, and Nazis, and if you even got to the end of this sentence without running to YouTube to watch it (Did I mention it’s available completely free?  It is!) I’m really disappointed in you.  Seriously, what are you doing with your life?

The trailer is below, followed by the David Hasselhoff(!) music video for “True Survivor” (Permit denied!), followed by the full movie.  It’s well worth your 30 minutes, and makes me regret every creative choice I’ve ever made that weren’t “make Kung Fury”.

The Trailer:

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