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This week on the Really Awful Movies Podcast, a solo effort! This is a first (and probably a last, but you never know). On this episode, an underwhelming flick that had a lot of promise and a lot of potential – Pathology.
Forensic pathologist residents are doing their rounds. Or is it interns? Always get those two confused.
Anyway, they are a boisterous, hard-parting group….and utterly lacking in scruples/morality.
The team starts to get talking about committing the perfect murder, and try to test one another’s abilities by actually going through with the killings and testing their classmates. Quite a premise, eh?
It’s a pretty great idea for a flick, and the performances are pretty good too. Milo Ventimiglia is the lead, and Alyssa Milano is the girlfriend.
Enjoy, and don’t forget to subscribe to the Really Awful Movies Podcast.
For fans of shootouts in abandoned warehouses, cool zingers, bazookas fired in crowded places and people hanging off fire escapes and choppers (or, “chopp-uhs!”) check out our latest book, a paean to cult action movie cinema. It’s called Mine’s Bigger Than Yours: The 100 Wackiest Action Movies, and it’s available for pre-order right now (and in stores, September/October 2020).
With a foreword by our pal Brian Trenchard-Smith (Day of the Panther/DeathcheatersStunt Rock) it’s a loving tribute to the action heroism of Reb Brown, JCVD, Seagal, Vic Diaz, Cameron Mitchell and MANY MANY MORE.
While our first love is unquestionably horror (please see our Death by Umbrella! The 100 Weirdest Horror Movie Weapons) we have a soft spot for the action movie genre and wanted to express our genuine love in the pages of Mine’s Bigger than Yours.
We worked really hard on it, and it’s the reason this site has been given short-shrift (not to mention our podcast of the same name). But we’ll be back to regularly scheduled programming once the book is done and the pandemic settles down.