Flop House’s annual SHOCKTOBER celebration concludes with the most obscure movie we’ve ever tackled (and that includes Memory)–a ecologically-minded Saw knockoff called… The Chaos Experiment. Meanwhile Dan sets himself up for one-upmanship failure, Elliott explains why some topless scenes are created less equal than others, and Stuart struggles with technologically-induced laryngitis.
0:00 – 0:56 – Introduction, APOLOGY, and theme
0:57 – 4:00 – The return of Dan’s least favorite reoccurring segment.
4:01 – 41:41- Dan, Stu, and Elliott make vicious fun of a movie you’ve never heard of, giving the lie to their claim that they’re too nice to kick a film when it’s down.
41:42 – 44:53- Final judgments
44:54 – 51:54 – Our second and final SHOCKTOBER sad bastards recommend of 2009.
51:55 – 55:00 – Plugs, goodbyes, theme and outtakes.
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Wikipedia synopsis of The Chaos Experiment
A link to Dan’s sketch group, Mr. Whitepants, with a show this Thursday the 29th.
A link to Elliott’s next 92Y Tribeca screening, The Gunfighter.
Lastly, Stuart’s plug — his friend Alex Smith’s short video: “Bring Back the Bishop’s Sack”