Lifelong barbarian fan Michael J. Epstein joins me to talk about Conan the Barbarian (1982) and Conan the Destroyer (1984), and the two of us pine for the simplicity of a life where you can just hack the head off all your problems.
Michael J. Epstein returns to discuss open my eyes to some pretty obvious religious allegory in Conan the Barbarian (1982), and I gush about how the 13-year-old Dungeons & Dragons nerd in me still loves Conan the Destroyer (1984), and neither one of us makes any new friends among Kevin Sorbo fans.
Michael is one of the filmmakers who will be joining me to create FAT FLESHY FINGERS, a feature-length anthology film directed entirely by alumni filmmakers of the Sick ’n’ Wrong Film Festival. If you’re a lover of weird movies, please check out the Kickstarter campaign at bit.ly/fatfleshyfingers and help us to create something unforgettable. Money is great (obviously!), but helping us spread the word can be just as valuable. Thank you!
The Hold-Up with Stephen Stull: I watch old, beloved movies with friends, and we see if they hold up!
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