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Skull-Face Island: Episode 23: Django Unchained
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Hello There! This is Adam Frazier and you are listening to Skull-Face Island, the official movie podcast of Geeks of Doom! As always I’m joined by the Uma Thurman to my John Travolta, David Allen… and a man who needs no introduction but gets one anyway, producer Tim Grant.

Today on the Show: We’ll discuss Quentin Tarantino’s’s latest film, Django Unchained, and catch up with our faithful robotic butler, MAR-10, on what’s going on with the Geek-O-Matic TeleFax. Also, in honor of Tarantino’s latest, we’ll play a brand-new game called SAY ‘WHAT’ ONE MORE GODDAMN TIME!!

If you missed our previous transmissions, let me explain how this works. In the year 1991, US Flight 1313 experienced a mysterious, magnetic anomaly somewhere over the South Pacific. Engines failed, pilots cursed and prayed to their Gods, and three boys (that’s us!) washed ashore on Skull-Face Island, which of course is an ISLAND in the SHAPE of a SKULL! How cool is that!?

After exploring the dark interior of the island with machetes and bullwhips, we found an old communications array. Here’s the weird thing: it still works. Not only does it work, this thing is like Netflix, Amazon Instant, Video on Demand, and Apple TV combined – it’s got all the latest movies and television shows…

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Show Notes: Skull-Face Island: Episode 23: Django Unchained

Movie Review: Django Unchained

Geek-O-Matic News: MAR-10 makes his triumphant return to the island in an attempt to fix the Geek-O-Matic TeleFax.

SAY ‘WHAT’ ONE MORE GODDAMN TIME!: It’s Skull-Face Island’s version of Jeopardy, Samuel L. Jackson style!

  • JamesWynn

    Adam doesn’t know Django from a sack of elbows. This is a revenge film but only for the first 30 minutes. Then it is a rescue movie. Then it is a revenge film but not for the wrong done to Django or his wife. It is revenge for d’Artagnan, for the men forced to fight to the death and for the women forced into sexual slavery. And it is not about revenge on all the white people. The master enslaver is Samuel L. Jackson’s character. This movie addressed the brutality, the complexity, and the perniciousness of American slavery more insightfully, subtly, and subversively than many films that dealt with the subject with more seriousness. I was not blown away by Inglorious Basterds, despite the two scenes everyone talks about. But this was something new. Well, done QT.

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