Episode 37: Space Vamps and Dirt Naps

Bret, David, and Alan blast off into outer space, rid themselves of the burdens of clothing, and discuss Tobe Hooper’s 1985 extra-terrestrial vampire flick, Lifeforce. Then they crash down to Earth (fully-clothed, to comply with prudish societal norms) for a chat about John Carpenter’s 1998 stake in the vampire genre: the aptly-titled John Carpenter’s Vampires.

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  1. osver
    May 21, 2019

    Bret needs to work on his averages. 2, 2, and 1.5 doesn’t average out to a 2.

    • Bret
      May 31, 2019

      1.833333333 is close enough to 2 in my opinion.

      • osver
        June 13, 2019

        Only if you’re using the Olympic model and dropping the highest and lowest score 🙂

        Rounding back up to 2 just deminishes the 1.5 score.

        (I never saw your reply originally and only came back to find this comment after being called out in Episode 40)

  2. Lorrell
    June 13, 2019

    NO MORE HALF POINTS! Just do 1-10.

    • theswearwolves
      June 13, 2019

      Never!!!! Hahahahaha.

  3. osver
    June 13, 2019

    I personally rate movies on a 3 tier scale:

    Good (I’d watch it again)
    Meh (it was ok, but I don’t plan on seeing it again
    Bad (I wish I hadn’t wasted my time watching it the first time)

  4. John Leavengood
    October 3, 2019

    Lifeforce… such an amazing and ambitious film. Also (as best I can surmise) one of the early depictions of the bat hybrid vamp form (also seen in Fright Night).

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