Almost Locals Only: Iron Centipede

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Participants on this week’s episode #15 were:

John from Lost in Reviews

Shannon and Nat from Frothy Girlz

and

Jeff of (Jeff)isageek.net

Movie Reviews
Iron Man 2
Nat 2.5 out of 5
Jeff 4 out of 5
Shannon 3.5 out of 5
John 3.5 out of 5

The Human Centipede – Shannon’s write up on Frothy Girlz

Trailer vs Trailer One man summer tent pole armies
Robin Hood

VS
MacGruber

DVD Releases – The weak ass DVD dump week
Nine (Lost in Reviews 2 out of 5) (Frothy Girlz 4 out of 5)
Leap Year (
Lost in Reviews 1 out of 5)
Tooth Fairy
Doctor Zhivago 45 anniversary Blu Ray
Saving Private Ryan
Blu-Ray

What we watched
Breaking Bad FrothyGirlz Recaps
Happy Town Frothy Girlz Happy Town Recaps

Bandit Network News and Updates:

DownRight Creepy
Splice Movie Passes in Kansas City
Zombieland “Nut up or Shut up” DVD Contest
An interview with Betsy Russell (Jigsaw’s wife in the movie) from Saw. If you have questions you would like to submit send them to info@downrightcreepy.com

Lost in Reviews
Lost Finale Event

Robin Hod Prize pack

Movie Passes to Splice

John Coovert

About John Coovert

John was fortunate enough to be born in one of the most magical times of cinema: the eighties. Having an ultra cool aunt that introduced him to awesome sci-fi (Alien, Aliens, Terminator, Predator) and horror (Nightmare on Elm Street, Halloween, Jaws) on VHS, and a cool mom that took him to the theater to see films like Back to the Future, Return of the Jedi, and Goonies, it's no wonder he fell in love with one of the finest forms of escapist entertainment, film. John continues to appreciate all forms of film, actively seeking out information and discussing it with all who will listen.

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