(or: “An Episode So Great, It Was Two Months In The Making! Wait, What Do You Mean That The Length Of Time It Takes To Create Something Has No Bearing On Its Quality?”)
This episode has been a long time coming, which will be obvious once you start listening since we’re talking about how it’s still October and stuff at the beginning of the episode. Very timely. Anyhow, in this episode we (eventually) watch and talk about The Playgirls and the Vampire, a Italian horror film from 1960 that, to its credit, delivers on the title in that there are both playgirls and a vampire in the movie, but not much else. A bunch of showgirls are on the road and impose themselves upon the owner of a castle while they’re on the run after skipping out on paying the hotel in the previous town they had performed for, so right off the bat you can tell that they’re all a bunch of really great people. Anyway, some people die, vampires drink some blood, you get the idea.
Apologies for any audio quality problems you might have with the second… well, technically, third part of the episode. SOMEONE was a little heavy-handed with the noise reduction feature in Audacity, so if it sounds a little weird, that’s why. It was Andrew, by the way. He’s the go-to guy for creating audio problems and picking bad movies at random from movie guides, which admittedly is not the most marketable skill set, but what have you being doing with your lives, huh? HUH?!
yeah, that’s what we thought.
The non-BOAT music in this episode was the song Déphasé by Roboy, which we obtained from the soon-to-be-defunct Free Music Archive and were able to use thanks to the Creative Commons licensing or whatever it is.