Tag Archives: 2009

Bad Days in Haddonfield Ep. 12: Halloween Kills (2020)

This week on Bad Days in Haddonfield, Bryan Dressel, Matt “Zombie Dog Baby Face” Dykes, Joel “Tater Tot” DeWitte,  and Ryan “Tootsie Pop” Lootens sit down and absolutely murder the second film in the modern Halloween trilogy: Halloween Kills. Is there something that prevents the second films in this franchise from being any good? Is there some unwritten law that says the second films have to be set in a hospital? Who knows! Either way, there be fun discussion ahead.

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Bad Days in Haddonfield Ep. 11: Halloween (2018)

We’re back with a new and exciting episode of Bad Days in Haddonfield. This week Bryan Dressel, Matt “Zombie Dog Sloppy Nuts” Dykes, Joel “Minion” DeWitte,  and Ryan “Pork Chop” Lootens sit down to talk about David Gordon Green’s Halloween, which kickstarts the most recent trilogy. At least this first entry is good!

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Bad Days in Haddonfield Ep. 10: Halloween II (2009)

This week on Bad Days in Haddonfield the Binge Buddies, comprised of Bryan Dressel, Matt “Zombie Dog Stu Macher” Dykes, and Joel “Amber Freeman” DeWitte, tackle the sequel to Rob Zombie’s “Halloween,” aptly titled “Halloween 2.” It’s a natural progression to Zombie’s interpretation of the characters, but that doesn’t necessarily mean its any good. It’s not boring, at least!

NOTE: This is the last Binge Buddies of the year. We will be back later in January with the final Halloween trilogy, starting with…Halloween.

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Hugo Weaving: Last Ride (2009)

We continue this roller coaster month of Hugo Weaving films with Last Ride, a father and son road trip movie that’s as dour as it is excellent. Weaving gives a stellar performance here as Kev, an abusive father with almost no likeable or redeemable qualities. Almost. Somehow, despite an entire movie of being an absolute shit, you still feel bad for the guy and his situation. And Tom Russell is no slouch either, playing the son Chook. With their powers combined, they really make us miserable, and that’s a good thing. Is this film a great idea during these challenging times? Maybe not. But you owe it to yourself to see a movie that does right by its genre.


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