Ages ago, the warning was given but not heeded. The sarcophagus and its prematurely entombed guardian were not meant to be disturbed, but you just had to go and open it all up. No turning back now, so you might as well know what you’re getting into by listening to our commentary on the 1959 epic Hammer Film version of The Mummy. Underneath all of those rotting bandages is a whole lot of ethnic confusion, heavy metal tinnitus, cowbell, inadvertent bestiality, rude cashiers, an abridged history of slavery and other primeval putrefaction. Once the stink has settled, stick around to hear about what your handsome hosts have recently watched on DVD. It’s hieroglyphically delicious!
The night of the dead has begun. The Gates of Hell have been opened wide and the dead will rise up in hopes of taking over the Earth. Time is running out for humanity and the only ones who can re-close those gates are… Matt and Jason? Scary, to be sure, but also your only salvation. So, one and all, sit around the séance table, hold hands, and listen by candlelight to our commentary on the 1980 zombie apocalypse known as City of the Living Dead. During your trance, expect otherworldly divination of drive-in sexcapades, Matt’s vocal stylings, advice for necrophiles, party snack obsessions, debunking Fulci’s bad rep and other revelations from the grave. After the gates are finally shut, M&J will enlighten you with what DVDs they’ve recently seen. Amo il lasagna!