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Revisiting the Voyeuristic Savagery of Rockstar’s Classic ‘Manhunt’ 18 Years Later [Safe Room Podcast]

Revisiting the Voyeuristic Savagery of Rockstar's Classic 'Manhunt' 18 Years Later [Safe Room Podcast]

The Intercourse Scene Can Keep.

After heading again to Haddonfield to debate David Gordon Inexperienced’s 2018 sequel Halloween, we mentioned everybody’s favourite vampire-killing Marvel superhero Blade earlier than spending Halloween shacking up with the colourful characters in Clue. Now we’re kicking off November with our one hundred and fiftieth episode and a dialogue of a seminal queer vampire textual content in Joel Schumacher‘s The Misplaced Boys!

Within the movie, teenage brothers Michael (Jason Patric) and Sam (Corey Haim) transfer with their mom (Dianne Wiest) to a small city in northern California. Whereas the youthful Sam meets a pair of kindred spirits in geeky comic-book nerds Edward (Corey Feldman) and Alan (Jamison Newlander), the angst-ridden Michael quickly falls for Star (Jami Gertz) — who seems to be in thrall to David (Kiefer Sutherland), chief of a neighborhood gang of vampires. Sam and his new pals should save Michael and Star from the undead.

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Episode 150 – The Misplaced Boys (1987)

Seize your leather-based jackets and form up your mullet as a result of we’re celebrating our one hundred and fiftieth episode with a seminal queer vampire textual content in Joel Schumacher’s The Misplaced Boys (1987)! Becoming a member of us for the dialogue is Marisa Mirabal, a co-host of the Black Magic Coven podcast!

After looking on the historic context of the movie’s launch (peak of the Reagan period, AIDS disaster, the Ethical Majority), we’ll go all-in on this time capsule of the ’80s, which originated as a kind of “Goonies Go Vampire” earlier than Schumacher stepped in and sexified every little thing up.

Plus, “Cry Little Sister” (loads), vampirism as a metaphor for oral intercourse, Kiefer Sutherland’s “dance bars,” a late-in-the-episode dialogue of the movie’s two sequels and an anecdote about how The Misplaced Boys tricked Hint into studying Mormon propaganda.

Cross out The Misplaced Boys!

Arising on Wednesday: We don’t typically cowl tv on the podcast, however since we simply handed the twentieth anniversary of the traditional Buffy the Vampire Slayer musical episode “As soon as Extra, With Feeling”, we’re doing an episode on it!

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