Episode 0044 - Snakes on a Plane (2006)
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Welcome to another listener-voted episode, this time bringing you the winner of our "monster animals" bracket: Snakes on a Plane! (insert that inevitable quote here). This episode, like the movie, is shorter, but still really fun. Despite being an internet meme over-hyped sensation, Snakes lands solidly on the "enjoyable" side of the scale, and we hope you enjoy listening as much as we enjoyed recording. After our thoughts on the movie in the first half, stick around for a breakdown of RPG themes in the second half! Releasing shortly after this episode, we recorded another special bonus "alternate first half" for this one, doing our take on the movie Sharknado. We'll be putting that out as patron-exclusive content on our Patreon Page, so if you want to hear that head on over and check it out. And thanks! Highlights (We support podcast chapters!): 00:00:01 - Intro 00:43:55 - Movie Talk 00:36:29 - Sponsor Break 00:37:24 - Gaming Talk 01:00:14 - Outro Links: Snakes on a Plane (2006) on IMDB Stay Alive 2006 Dread Monster of the Week Cannibal Contagion Geiger Counter Horror Rules Credits: Hosts: Matthew Gray, Dusty Eppers, Nathanael Cole Intro Music: Syd Valentine’s Patent Leather Kids – “Rock And Gravel” Announcer: Isaac Sher Produced and Edited By: Nathanael Cole The part of Samuel L. Jackson is being played by: Samuel L. Jackson Social Links: Facebook / Twitter / Instagram / Discord Have Movies, Will Game is distributed under Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 4.0 Movie poster image acquired from The Movie Database. Check out our main website for more information and action, or instead visit our low-bandwidth alternative site! Spring Break Hutt Butt Sluts, only four easy payments of $19.95! Want to throw us some change to help pay the bills? Follow this link to our Pinecast Tip Jar, or instead check out our Patreon campaign! Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/have-movies-will-game-podcast/d05fcb0a-ca82-49a3-85c7-fba22b148d4b This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
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