Mon, 8 June 2020
First, Black lives matter. We probably don't need to tell you, our wonderful listeners, but we're also trying to do some good with our platform. On that note, we're doing a fundraising drive: please donate to National Lawyers Guild (nlg.org) and forward us a receipt at firstname.lastname@example.org, send us a screenshot or tag us on social media. We'll be matching 10% of your donations and if we hit $2,500, I (Katie) will touch a horse. On video. We already have the horse lined up. On one hand, I want to raise a lot of money for a seriously good cause; on the other hand, I kind of want to faint when I think about actually touching a horse.
Anyway, onto this week's episode. Yes, we know, we know, just because a movie has zombies does not make it a horror movie, but that's neither here nor there. This movie is actually horrifying. We're talking about the sequel to our most recent bonus episode, 1993's "Weekend at Bernie's II." Special topics for your consideration include: becoming a full-on sociopath overnight, what the hell happened to Gwen?, Terry Kiser continuing to be the GOAT even as actual goats parade around him, a complete lack of understanding about voodoo and the possibility that this movie was actually written by a team of children.
We have done approximately one billion zombie movies, so here are some of our favorite episodes: 92- "Dead Snow," 130- "Pontypool," 160- "Shaun of the Dead" and Episode 227- "Zombi 2." LUCIO!
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Theme music by Aaron "Toxic" Mortimer
Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast.