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Podcast: Monster Movie Podcast – Eps 40

Episode 40 featuring The ABCs of Death – Zombie Hunter – The Walking Dead – The Collection

Welcome to the Monster Movie Podcast. Join us this week for an alphabet of terror, Dan Trejo as a Catholic priest gunning down zombies and the return of the Collector. This is episode 40 recorded February 11, 2013. Thomas returns this week to help Doc review the horror anthology film, The ABCs of Death and the DVD/VOD release of last November’s theatrical release The Collection. The duo also take a brief look at the grindhouse trailer for Zombie Hunter with Danny Trejo that promps a discussion on the return of The Walking Dead for the second half of season three.

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Doc and Thomas revealed in an earlier episode, when previewing the trailer, their anticipation for The ABCs of Death, an anthology film with 26 directors from 15 different countries each tackling the subject of death given just a single letter of the alphabet as inspiration. The film is out now on VOD and in select theaters and the guys finally get the chance to take it all in and then puke out their reactions right here on the Monster Movie Podcast: the good, the bad and the disturbing.

Then, Doc tries to convince Thomas that the trailer for Zombie Hunter, featuring Danny Trejo as Father Jesus shooting zombies in the face, has the potential to be a modern grindhouse classic. Thomas will have nothing of it. At least it has Danny Trejo. The conversation leads to an impromptu conversation about the return of The Walking Dead for the second half of its third season.

The VOD/DVD review this week is for The Collection, the sequel to The Collector. The film flopped terribly this past November during its theatrical release but Doc and Thomas champion the film as a future cult classic. The film looks great, has a terrific cast and beautiful set design. The film also has one of the best endings to a horror film in years.

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