Episode 8.5 – The Virgin Spring

Bonus! Russ and Justin discovered that Last House on the Left was itself a remake and made a bonus episode, Max von Sydow is still not dead (yet), Justin says sticks instead of tripod because he thinks he’s better than you, Russ think people in the past were dumb and gives Justin an existential crisis, Kickstarter regrets? Justin cried at an Adam Sandler movie, Russ bringing it with the character analysis and then immediately not, Justin is not impressed with your fire stunt, they descend into madness

The Virgin Spring on YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0IV-fim6L9g

Next week: House of 1000 Corpses & The Devil’s Rejects

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