They Must Be Destroyed On Sight!

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TMBDOS! Episode 100: “Night of the Living Dead” (1968) Commentary.

July 10th, 2017
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They Must Be Destroyed On Sight! has finally reached 100 official episodes! To celebrate, Lee, Daniel and the returning Paul take a gander at the George Romero classic "Night of the Living Dead" (1968). It's a full-on drunken commentary for the film. While they are not sure if they provided any original insights, the hosts at least had a lot of fun sitting back and chatting about the film. Also, before watching the film, they cover a couple of pieces of listener feedback and talk a bit about what they've most enjoyed about the first 100 episodes, and which were their favourites.

For your convenience, you have the option of either listening to the official 100th episode, or you can download the stand-alone commentary track here. Or, if so inclined, you can watch the commentary track put over an existing copy of the film on Youtube here.

"Night of the Living Dead" IMDB

Featured Music: "Ghouls Night Out" & "Night of the Living Dead" by The Misfits.

They Must Be Destroyed On Sight! Commentary #3: “Night of the Living Dead” (1968).

July 10th, 2017
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This is the bare-bones commentary track for George A Romero's classic black & white horror film from 1968, "Night of the Living Dead". This track can also be found as part of our official 100th episode of TMBDOS!. This version is provided for the sake of convenience, so you can just jump right into the commentary. You can also listen to this track with an uploaded copy of the film on YouTube here.

"Night of the Living Dead" IMDB

They Must Be Destroyed On Sight! Commentary #2: “Jive Turkey” (1974).

November 20th, 2015
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Lee and his brother Scott are back this week for another film commentary track for a film that otherwise probably would never get one. Join them as they watch Bill Brame's 1974 Blaxploitation diamond-in-the-rough "Jive Turkey". What's a better waste of you time than to watch a public domain Black gangster film, set in the 1950s, that's obviously filmed in 1974? How can you deny yourself a film that depicts the intense struggle for control of the numbers game, a psychotic tranny hit man, and so many N-bombs that you'll no doubt have to feel white guilt for the rest of your life? Find it on YouTube, Daily Motion or on any number of Mill Creek 50-film bundles and tune-in, won't you?

They Must Be Destroyed On Sight! Commentary #1: “Night of the Living Dead” (1990).

September 7th, 2015
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It's commentary time! Yes, for the first time on the podcast, we enter the world of terrible fan commentary for a movie that you can pop into your player of choice. 

Turn down the volume, turn on those subtitles, and then listen to a couple of unprepared fools talk about the film as you watch. 

For this first outing Lee is joined by his brother Scott to eat chips loudly and talk about the 1990 Tom Savini remake of George Romero's "Night of the Living Dead". If you go into this expecting a Criterion-level discussion of the film, you'll be sadly let down. Hell, this might get the facts wrong, and it might not even qualify as a bad Rifftracks commentary, but fuck you, we did it anyway. If you do listen to it, we hope you enjoy. Cheers.