Curse of Bad Dogs and Explodium (Episode 102)

Bonus Shows Episodes Season 2

It’s time to take bad dog to an entirely disastrous level as we forgo the Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest breakdown to respond to the latest Gizmodo article working hard to revise the Cutthroat Island movie history. Join us as we set sail for Cutthroat Island and discuss this film debacle from behind the scenes to box office performance to legendary Hollywood flop, counter the premise that Cutthroat Island is far from a disaster, learn about the downfall and bankruptcy of Carolco Pictures, known for franchises like Rambo and Terminator, the film’s failure in acting performances from Geena Davis and Matthew Modine and technical aspects including writing/script, cinematography, editing, overused practical effects and slow motion techniques, references to Kaiju movies and Star Wars prequels, the potential Cutthroat Island had to prevent the production of Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, and just plain colossal dud fun.

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