Reel Comic Heroes 055 - Big Trouble in Little China with Pete McCue

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Join us Citizens, as we continue our mission to review the geekiest and the cultiest movies from the past. This episode we’re returning to the work of the Master of Horror, John Carpenter in his 1986 cult classic - Big Trouble in Little China. We’re also getting to talk about Kurt Russell again, who previously teamed up with Carpenter on The Thing. As long as you do what Jack Burton says, you’ll get through this one just fine.

Joining us in the wasteland is returning guest - Pete McCue from the Battlestar Galactica podcast: Resurrection Cast

An All-American trucker gets dragged into a centuries-old mystical battle in Chinatown.

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Reel Comic Heroes 039 - The Thing

Michael Myers, Snake Plissken, and Nada were all brought to the big screen by horror legend, John Carpenter. Carpenter also gave us Kurt Russell as MacReady in a retelling of the sci-fi novella ‘Who Goes There?’ from 1938. John Carpenter’s The Thing is still considered by many to be a sci-fi and horror masterpiece. 

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Next time on Reel Comic Heroes - Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi

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