In this episode Neko and I talk about the new Netflix series "Cat People" where in each episode we learn about the different types of people and personalities who not only care for cats but have some amazing relationships with them namely the Acro-Cats.
We also give our review of the movie "Perdita Durango" starring Rosie Perez and Xavier Bardem. While the movie has that classic grindhouse appeal was it as good as advertised?
Neko also finds an article from Ultimateclassicrock.com giving their 50 best American rock bands of all time list. Do Neko and I agree and what differences would we have with the list?
And finally in our Retro Dvd Movie Vault selection we go back and revisit "The Spirit" starring Gabriel Macht. Was the movie continuing the success of utilizing a mixture of comic book appeal like "300" or "Sin City" or was it missing something?
Special thanks to Scarlet Records, Qabar PR, Angel PR, Hardlife Promotions, and Against PR for selected tracks this week.
Skull Society- Innerself (Sepultura Cover)
DJ Anubis- Intro
Rhapsody of Fire- Ill Be Your Hero
Vandor- Mountains of Avagale
Kevin Parallax- Perplexing Emotions
Requiem- Mind Rape
Bloodbeat- No Control
Darkthrone- His Masters Voice
Red Fang- Days Collide
Fragment Soul- A Choice Between Two Evils
Malacoda- Mind Flayer
Paul Gilbert- Argument About Pie
Myth- Let Me Hear the Thunder
Def Leppard- Pour Some Sugar On Me
Tapping the Vein- Butterfly
Ravager- My Own Worst Enemy
Despair- Victims of Vanity
Nuclear Assault- Brain Death
Forced Religion- Necromancer
Repulsion- Maggots in Your Coffin
Deicide- Trick or Betrayed
Macabre Decay- Last Breath
Bleedskin- Physical Redemption
Exciter- Heavy Metal Maniac