They Must Be Destroyed On Sight!


They Must Be Destroyed On Sight! Episode 16: “Dead Snow” (2009) & “Dead Snow 2″ (2014).

March 28th, 2015

Lee, Daniel & Paul are back again for the fourth and final part of Nazi Zombie Month. This time out they cover Tommy Wirkola's "Dead Snow" and "Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead". Also covered: recent viewings and Lance Henriksen.

Featured music: "In the Hall of the Mountain King" by Edvard Grieg & "Total Eclipse of the Heart" by Bonnie Tyler.

They Must Be Destroyed On Sight! Episode 15: “Shock Waves” (1977).

March 14th, 2015

The whole gang is together for the first time in this episode. Lee, Daniel, and Paul get together for the third episode of Nazi Zombie Month, where they review a film many regard to be the best of the Nazi Zombie film genre in 1977's "Shock Waves", directed by Ken Weiderhorn. They also talk a bit about Julianne Moore, recent purchases, viewings, and some other random stuff. 

End Music: "Shock Waves Suite" by Richard Einhorn.

It should be noted that at one point in this episode, it's said that John Carradine was a notorious drunk. This was an error on my part. I got some information twisted while doing research, confusing some of his son David Carradine's bio, who was an alcoholic. My apologies. -Lee

They Must Be Destroyed On Sight! Episode 14: “Oasis of the Zombies” (1982).

March 7th, 2015

Lee and Daniel tackle yet another bottom of the barrel Nazi Zombie flick for the second installment of Nazi Zombie Month. This time it's the Jess Franco directed "Oasis of the Zombies" from 1982. Also, we take some time to discuss Nicholas Cage, what we watched recently, and the death of Leonard Nimoy.

End Song: "The Ballad of Bilbo Baggins" by Charles Randolph Grean, performed by Leonard Nimoy.

They Must Be Destroyed On Sight! Episode 13: “Zombie Lake” (1981).

March 1st, 2015

Daniel Harper and Lee Russell kick off Nazi Zombie Month with the Jean Rollin "classic". Can a movie with so many naked women be as bad as its reputation would lead one to believe? We also talk a bit about Jack Nicholson, films we've seen recently, and Lee reviews the new John Carpenter album "Lost Themes".

"Zombie Lake".
John Carpenter's "Lost Themes".

End Song: "Ricciolo" by Ennio Morricone.

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