Mon, 20 July 2020
In this week's episode, we ventured into the great outdoors and recorded on Allen's front porch, so please be aware that you will hear some car noises and we also get distracted by several passersby. Look, it's summer, there's a pandemic, and we gotta chillax. It's okay though, because we're talking about the 1993 summer blockbuster hit "Jurassic Park." Is it a horror movie? Not really. Is it horrific? Yes, it is, who the hell wants to bring back dinosaurs? Special topics for your consideration include: menacing a child, being at one's Jeff Goldblum-iest, terrible body doubles, fantastic CGI and practical effects, not knowing much about raptors despite being obsessed with them and a little Clippy erotica.
Pretty sure this is our fourth Jeff Goldblum (Episode 103- "The Fly," Episode 146- "The Sentinel" and Episode 230- "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" and our third Sam Neil (Episode 125- "Event Horizon" and Episode 142- "In the Mouth of Madness") but only our first Laura Dern. Welcome to the show, Laura Dern!
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Into theme music by Aaron "Toxic" Mortimer
Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast.