Film Sack

Proof Of Life (2000) – Filmsack Show Notes

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  Oh hi, Shhh...do you guys hear that? It's the Flutey Tootey music of Danny Elfman. You know what that means dont'cha. That's right. We are about to watch one of them military action thrillers that takes place in the  jungle. But before we do that... I'm gonna need some proof of life...maybe Scott could hold up his iPad with today's FAKE NEWS or Maybe Randy could show me his hobbit feet and the latest WoW Release notes. No wait! I got it....Ibbott...find a cure for Alzheimer's while playing a cover of Van Morrison's "I'll be your lover, too" Ahhh...that's the stuff. Also, no one talk about this movie in front of Dennis Quaid...ever...infinity https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YK2alJ8Pt2w (more…)

By Brian Dunaway, ago
Film Sack

Rounders (1998) – Filmsack Show Notes

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Oh hi, Listen, here's the thing. If you can't spot the sucker in your first half hour of this movie, then you are the sucker. Guys around here'll tell ya... you "sack" for a living. But It's like any other content creation endeavor. You can't sack for a living. You grind it out. Like toothpaste after your significant other squeezes from the top of the tube. WHY! Also, here are some things I've heard from my day to day life as a podcaster. "If it don't hurt. Slam it in the car door." - Mike "The Italian Ice" Rodriguez. and "Sucking on a fountain straw like that will get you face punched dude." - Drunk Guy on 5th and finally "Winners floss." - Tommy The Tooth Gawd, how boring is something when you have nothing better to do than sit around quoting assholes and making up names for shit. Don't splash the pot! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nj_hf4omN20   (more…)

By Brian Dunaway, ago
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License To Drive (1988) – Show Notes

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Oh hi, This week's FilmHack inspired me to start my own FanFic Film Play called "License to Lose" where Grandpa Anderson has to fight the DMV in order keep his license after he is diagnosed with dementia. License to Lose will most likely be a senior-citizen adventure film starring Corey Feldman as a cantankerous old grandpa who must prove he can still drive after his dick son-in-law reports him to the DMV due to a controversial diagnosis of moderate dementia and results in his license being revoked. Hilarity ensues as Grandpa Feldman tries to get frisky with his DMV examiner in the back seat of his Caddy. Oh Grandpa...you can't drive in the back seat. Further hi-jinx follow when Grandpa Feldman tries to order a vanity plate from a high tech kiosk but discovers that "Grandpa" is already taken. Sure he tries Grandpa1, GrandpaRulez, Grandpa with @ symbols for A's....all taken. That is until he wallops the monitor with a cane. Bingo! If you are still listening...give me a call. Coming to a theater...or not...near you...or not. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YAy6A_vHCCw (more…)

By Brian Dunaway, ago
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Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974) – Show Notes

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Oh hi, This week on LeatherSack we cannibalize a horror classic. 5 youths hop in their hipster van on a quest to uncover the answer to the mystery "Is grandpa where we buried him?" Things really escalate when the gang runs out of gas and must spend the night in an old dilapidated house next door to a family of cannibals. The action really picks up when Fred and Daphne stumble into some real horror when they follow the "sounds of gas" right into the neighbor's kill room. "is that gas? I hear gas" After Fred and Daphne fail to return, Velma dispatches as a search party of one. Uncharacteristically, Jerry...er...Velma..doesn't lose his glasses but does take a hatchet to the face while screaming like a girl...because...she is one. Finally, Shaggy and Scooby are left all alone and must decide between their friends and food but since Jerry...er...Velma took the damn keys the duo heads over to...you guessed it...the neighbor's house. On the way there Scooby takes a Chain Saw to the chest, ruining his appetite for BBQ for at least a week and Shaggy fails to unmask the Villain but does manage to get away by running in and out of rooms while being chased by vampires, mummies and other baddies. It's hilariously horrific. The End. and in the words of the great Douglas "Duddits" - Scooby Dooby Doo we got some work to do now.. Chain Saw Dance. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dioGY7ikdUk (more…)

By Brian Dunaway, ago