Episode 16 – Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 & Texas Chainsaw 3D

Russ is convinced that Justin’s mom hates him, Justin rues his Subway sandwich, campiness confirmed, Dennis Hopper is drunk, Human Wins Chili Cookoff, reminiscing over epithets, buying chainsaws, tumblr needs more fry houses, radio DJs know how to take down serial killer cannibals, empathy butt pains, speaking of hate…Texas Chainsaw 3D, then we meet our heroine, this movie doesn’t know what time is, “If I had seen a skid mark I might of liked this movie”, spectacle over story, Russ talks to Tom without a mic, epithet vs. epitaph, Best. Line. Ever, sarcasm, Best. Sitcom. Ever, totally not sarcasm

Next week: Blue Ruin & Green Room

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