53 min

The Optic Nerds Podcast: Episode 14 (Father's Day Special 2013) The Optic Nerds Podcast

    • TV & Film

Well looky-here, it’s Father’s Day! And what better way to celebrate this momentous occasion for card & gift shops to sell over-priced pieces of tat than to snuggle up with the man who ejaculated you into the world and listen to the Optic Nerds as they review Fathers’ Day (1997, Ivan Reitman), Creepshow (1982, George Romero) and Father’s Day (2011, Astron-6)! So grab your father or, if he’s not available, a prostitute, and prepare yourself for a darn-hooting rib-gaggling syrup-drinking whale of a time! This episode contains a sample of the song “The Father’s Day Killer” by Jeremy Gillespie (currently only available on iTunes as a downloadable single), as well as a short sample of the track “Father’s Day” by John Harrison (from the Creepshow original motion picture soundtrack) and a short sample of the song “Surf Rape Rock” by Brian Wiacek (from the Father’s Day soundtrack). It should be noted that since this episode was recorded, Troma did release the Director’s Cut of Father’s Day (2011) on limited edition VHS.

Well looky-here, it’s Father’s Day! And what better way to celebrate this momentous occasion for card & gift shops to sell over-priced pieces of tat than to snuggle up with the man who ejaculated you into the world and listen to the Optic Nerds as they review Fathers’ Day (1997, Ivan Reitman), Creepshow (1982, George Romero) and Father’s Day (2011, Astron-6)! So grab your father or, if he’s not available, a prostitute, and prepare yourself for a darn-hooting rib-gaggling syrup-drinking whale of a time! This episode contains a sample of the song “The Father’s Day Killer” by Jeremy Gillespie (currently only available on iTunes as a downloadable single), as well as a short sample of the track “Father’s Day” by John Harrison (from the Creepshow original motion picture soundtrack) and a short sample of the song “Surf Rape Rock” by Brian Wiacek (from the Father’s Day soundtrack). It should be noted that since this episode was recorded, Troma did release the Director’s Cut of Father’s Day (2011) on limited edition VHS.

53 min

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