They Must Be Destroyed On Sight!


Blood on the Tracks Episode 50: Music from Recent Watches.

November 30th, 2021


In this episode Lee takes a slightly different route. This time out it's a playlist pulled from the soundtrack and scores of recent watches by Lee over the last few months.

--Windsor Concerto from "The Whip and the Body" (1963) --Carlo Rustichelli
--Main Theme from "Kill, Baby... Kill!" (1966) --Carlo Rustichelli
--Bank Robbery & Last of the Independents from "Charley Varrick" (1973) --Lalo Schifrin
--Underwater from "Female Trouble" (1974) --The Frogmen
--Main Theme from "Female Trouble" (1974) --Divine & Bob Harvey
--The Pilgrim, Chapter 33 from "Cisco Pike" (1971) --Kris Kristofferson
--Combat Drop & Ripley's Rescue from "Aliens" (1986) --James Horner
--Here in the Darkness from "Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama" (1988) --Greg Stone
--All Out of Bubblegum & Wake Up from "They Live" (1988) --John Carpenter & Alan Howarth
--The Breakup Song from "Let Me In" (2010) --The Greg Kihn Band
--So Busted from "The Suicide Squad" (2021) --Culture Abuse

Opening and closing music: Magic and Ecstasy from "Exorcist II: The Heretic" by Ennio Morricone, and The Shadow of the Killer from "Death Rage" by Guido & Maurizio De Angelis.

TMBDOS! Episode 246: ”Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters” (1985).

November 29th, 2021


In this episode Lee is joined by special guest, friend and fellow podcaster, Brady Kimball, to cover Paul Schrader's intimate and innovative docudrama of the influential Japanese writer Yukio Mishima, whose art and life became one on the day he ended it. The film, "Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters (1985)", is a meaty film to pick at, and the hosts try their best to come to some conclusions about Mishima the man, Mishima the artist, and ultimately the art itself. Can those things be separated in this case? Also, as Brady is new to the podcast, he gets to play The Movie God Game, and he also talks about some recent watches. After you listen, if you thought this podcast was perfect art, feel free to destroy it right afterwards.

"Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters (1985)" IMDB

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Featured Music: "Body Building" & "Temple of The Golden Pavilion" by Phillip Glass.

TMBDOS! Episode 245: ”The Wolf Man” (1941).

November 16th, 2021


Paul returns to the podcast to help Lee talk about the classic 1941 Universal horror film "The Wolf Man", directed by George Waggner, starring Claude Rains, and Lon Chaney Jr. as the beast itself. Much of the conversation revolves around Chaney and his performance, and the possible hidden layers in the script that don't always clearly come out in the finished product. Is this the best of the classic Universal horror films? The hosts also talk about recent watches and purchases.

"The Wolf Man" IMDB 

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Featured Music: Excerpts from the score for "The Wolf Man" by Hans J. Salter, Frank Skinner, and Charles Previn.

TMBDOS! Episode 244: ”Vampire in Venice”/”Nosferatu in Venice” (1988).

November 8th, 2021


This week Lee is joined by friend and fellow podcaster, Vaughn Kuhlmeier, to cover one of the more notorious, yet somewhat forgotten, late-period Euro-horror sleaze flicks "Vampire in Venice" (1988), AKA: "Nosferatu in Venice". Originally envisioned to be an unofficial sequel to Werner Herzog's remake of "Nosferatu", the only connection is its star Klaus Kinski, who returns to his iconic role, but here he's not reigned-in, and all hell broke loose on this already troubled production. Is anything about this film worth watching? Does any of it make any damn sense? Can we separate the art from the artist when we can clearly see Kinski sexually assaulting his female co-stars on screen? Tune-in to hear the hosts thoughts, as well what they've been watching as of late.

"Vampire in Venice" IMDB

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Featured Music: Excerpts from "Movement 3" by Vangelis.

TMBDOS! Episode 243: ”No Time to Die” (2021).

November 2nd, 2021


TMBDOS! does something a little out of the wheelhouse and covers a James Bond film this week. Lee and Lady Leah watched the final Daniel Craig outing as Bond, in theatres during their vacation, and are back on this episode to talk about 2021's "No Time to Die". Is it a good send-off for Craig? Is it a good Bond film? Is it too "woke"? What does the future hold for the series? The hosts also talk about what they've watched recently and respond to a couple of listener comments. Tune-in and discover why every movie is just "Chopping Mall".

"No Time to Die" IMDB 

Featured Music: "The Name's Bond... James Bond" by Nicholas Dodd & "We Have All the Time in the World" by Louis Armstrong.

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