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The year is 2022, and aliens have chosen HULU as their hunting grounds. Oh yeah baby! We're talkin' about the new movie in the Predator franchise...PREY!

From folks worried it's woke, connections to the previous films and how it stacks up, we cover this sequel in the mighty Selling Out manner. So slap some ear muffs on the elderly, and don't play this podcast in church because our special blend of discussion topics are spicy enough to be illegal in 6 states.

PLUS Nate's Notes plunges into the news of a Pantera...err...reunion? Just how gross of a money grab is going on here? Nate will let ya know!

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...pleased that it was a streaming exclusive, not in theaters, because if you say to me, Oh, there's a new movie coming out, the death knell for me is when they put the tagline exclusively in movie theaters, because if the lockdown did anything for me, it was to make me aware that watching movies at home is far superior than going to a movie theater. I'm down for that. I'll agree with that. Really Cool. Yeah, I was waiting for a little counter. I don't know, man, there's nothing like the big screen and going there paying for overpriced popcorn and parking and everything else. Well, as tempting as that sounds, I'm kind of you know, my social anxiety, just like everyone else's, has gone through the roof, even more so since the pandemic. So I think a lot of people are feeling what you're feeling lately. Okay, the social anxiety. You're in there, you're sitting in the dark theater. Someone's five ft away from me at eight rows up and you're like yeah, man, you're like like it. You get used to being at home and not having to hear people talking our babies crying in the Damn Theater. WHO's taking a baby to go see prey? I know what I really I you do never know, because I remember in the past I would see things on social media. Hey, is deadpool tools safe enough for my four year old, and you go, Geez, Guy. I mean we do have a rating system and effect that I realized there is some leeway at play there, but at the same time, uh, you know, use your best judgment. Do you want your four year old seeing Gud's blood and sex on the big screen? But Hey, I'm not telling you how to parent your kids. I'm not doing it. I want to, but I'm not gonna do it. Uh. Now, I alluded to this fact right before we started this little humble segment on the movie prey on Hulu, that you are a fan of the franchise and the Genre in general. So we do have to kind of come with some ground rules right now, live on air. Are we gonna spoil anything or what's going on here? Well, I mean it depends. Are you talking out for the new film or are we gonna worry about spoilers from any other movies? About new I I really am not very concerned with spoiling alien versus Predator Requiem for anybody, because that's been out, I think, for a substantial enough amount of time where spoiler rules have, you know, kind of gone to the wayside. But I'm talking about the new one, the new prey film on Hulu. Yeah, I mean, I'm down for not spoiling any major things. I think the story seems fairly self explanatory to anyone that wants to watch it. I don't think anything is going to surprise anyone in this film. But we'll get into it. I guess. I don't. I think we can. We can figure it out as we get to said spoilers, but I don't know. It's up to you. Man. I'm down to funk everyone's movie experience up. I've done that a little bit already via text when I you've been watching prey. Yeah, does this happen? Oh, you better believe, you bet, and I just lie. I don't even tell the truth. I'm like, Oh, yeah, well, let's get this out of the way. There is a dog in the movie. bites it, I'm I'm turning off the Hulu. So I immediately wrote back that dog bites it in the next six minutes and twenty two seconds. So prepare to turn off your your Roku, my friend, it's over. But that's not true. So that's not technically a spoiler. But there is a dog. A spoiler. You just spoiled it. Now that there's a dog in the movie, that the dog does not die. Oh well, I didn't say that, you just said. You know, I said the dog didn't die in the first six minutes and twenty two however random seconds I threw out there. So good when nate. Oh well, I guess we're doing spoilers. Yeah, I guess. I guess that's the way it goes. But I do want to start off with something I think is fairly significant about the movie. That is pretty important. I mean, we could talk about the the whole flow of the film, the script, the directors, everything else, but I am more interested in talking about the performers. And I'm starting to stutter. I'm getting a little a flush, I'm blushing a little bit because the star of the film is a young woman by the name of amber mid thunder, and something's happening to me when I see this young woman on the screen. Now, I don't know this is man inappropriate. Due to my age, I don't have no idea how young she is, but Holy Holy Moley, I am very impressed with her beauty. I watched some review on this actually, coincidentally, that kind of compared her to a native American Aubrey Plaza, and I can see it's something about her eyes, her lips, something like that. She she's got a sort of I don't want to say I Guess Ethnic Aubrey Plaza look okay, but I don't know. I guess it depends on what your definition of ethnic is. Aundrey Plaza is,...

I believe, Puerto Rican. Anyway. So she's. Yes, I mean now that we're being, uh, you know, superficial and talking about look she's okay, she doesn't, you know, don't cue the dream weaver when I see her. But yeah, I mean, I don't know, I don't know. You know what, though, it makes me feel less creepy about bringing up her looks now that someone has actually compared her looks to somebody else. Sure, man, I mean I think. I think the issue about her looks and superficiality and feeling bad about about how you feel about these characters or whatever, ties into the whole fact of this is a film that I've noticed a lot of the whole I don't want to say right wing, because they're not necessarily right wing, but like the people that get piste off about woke culture, conservatives, conservatives, but there's a whole like strain of those people that's like any movie that has like, you know, it's a movie where the main character is gay, or it's a movie where the main character is this, they just get mad. They think that like, I don't know, so the reason I bring that up is it's not so much about her looks, but it's about being distracted from the film by a superficial quality of the stars. And I think this film was made with a concept, and the concept was a cool one. The concept was, let's make a Predator movie where it takes place in the past, way before you know, people had guns and all. Well, but, but, but, you know what, what if we took the Predator story to a different sort of setting? And and while we're at it, let's make a movie with a female protagonist? and and it has shades of the whole you know, the boys all get killed and they doubt the or get killed, but the boys kind of handle the problem, give the girl hard time in the beginning and by the end of the movie the girl is the one that gets it done. So, yeah, yeah, I follow you. Well. You know, I have a question for the Conservatives. If they're very concerned about a native American actress being cast in a native American film, what do they want? They want Fisher Stevens uh possibly being, you know, an Indian guy like in short circuit all over again. What? What? What's what's the demand here? Who Do you want playing that role. Well, that's kind of the issue. I think that it's like they're they are starting to put people there. There people are having issues with movie characters played by people who aren't that ethnicity or whatever or you know, and and I understand that, I understand the criticism. But you know, if we're coming from that whole point of view that hates movies with just two will you know, out front of a message. Yeah, well, the woke people, then then I don't know. I I think people can play parts that they are. I think it's a little weird to have a white guy playing a, I don't know, uh soul man, soul man part three. I think we really are wasting a lot of time talking about this, to be honest with you, because I think it's a non issue because realistically, here the people who were in the film were fine and talented and it had nothing to do with I mean, oh my cousin, my cousin Jim he, uh, he went in an audition for the role of Nauru and he didn't get it. Okay, well, I get now you're pissed, now you're upset, whatever. There's a connection there, but to the whole woke thing and everything else. I mean, it might have time and a place, but it definitely, I don't think, does with pray. Do you know what I mean? I'm not feeling it and I agree with you. I'm just telling you what I've seen as far as watching reviews and seeing what the hubbub has been for a lot of this. But I I I'm with you. I think that, just to put a cap on that subject, I will say this. For years we've watched movies where the main character is usually a white person or you know, for decades, for the whole time Hollywood's been around that stuff. So what's wrong with having characters that may be gay or maybe a woman or maybe a native American? It's it's good for people to see representations of themselves on screen, and the only reason it seems like people have an issue with it is because they've had it for so long they don't realize that other people would like that. Other people would like to see themselves up there. And and sure, maybe sometimes it's a gross kind of grab for marketing and this and that. Like you can talk about like the eternals, the marvel film The eternals, where every character was like you got a gay guy, I got an Indian guy. You gotta you know this and...

...that it's almost like they did it purposely to get as much marketing, as many demographics covered as you could. I understand like something like that per se, but, like, I definitely think we need to start seeing some diversity and characters and there's nothing wrong with it. And the issue of of having an the issue of having an issue with it. It just shows like when you're in a position where you that's just how it is. Your your point of view has been represented so much for so long, it feels like an attack when they start spreading it around to others. You know, it feels like like what the book like. You know. As far as I'm concerned, nate, they can cast amber mid thunder in any role. I'm with you, man, any role they want. You want, or is Um, I don't know his name, anybody you want, or is uh, I don't even know. I'm all, I'm all hornballing out. I lost my train of thought. That's all right, she compleate Wolverine and then, well, it's funny you say that and I was going to say Wolverine and I stopped myself because there's no, no, because apparently there's some mock ups of her as x twenty three, which is the female wolverine. She was in Logan as a basically right, uh, yeah, that was a version of that indeed, but that's that. Jeez, we just got off the whole wokeness anything else. But I was gonna say I always have a problem where it's like hey, this person looks like something, we gotta cast him as that something like, Oh, I don't know, fucking John Hamm looks like Clark Kent. He's a natural fit. It's like, well, what about his acting chops? Not Saying that John Hamm is a bad actor, I don't know. Some people might look at John Hamm sudden everywhere. I don't know. It's thunder kind of guy, but you know, Oh, this person's got a big breath of HIV. She's gonna be Catwoman. No, it's gonna be Jessica Rabbit. That's gonna be a remake Roger Rabbit sucked. But Anyway, back to the film at hand. Pray uh, I do want to talk about her look so again in a little bit I'm gonna I want to step away from it for a second to give everybody a breather before. Well, yeah, but I you know, they're like, Hey, this is this isn't the selling out show, this is Dave's freaking Predator. Huh, look at that Pun intended Predator our where I'm probably like, uh, what was that guy who used to catch a Predator and he'd come out like Hey, Chris Hansen is gonna Popu and be like hey, amber mid thunder, seventeen years old. Fuck, you never know. I honestly don't know. Yeah, I don't know. Either I didn't do the research on that or I only know what. I'm still doing the research on that. How about say that I'm still doing my research. Uh. Now pray is hyped up beyond belief. Everybody's talking about hence what we're talking about it on our show today. I really didn't have much grip on the lore. I had seen one and two as a kid, of course. Um, when two came out in nine, I was at that perfect age for such a film. I shouldn't have been watching said film because of the Gore and the language and everything else, but I have noted many times I was allowed to do whatever the hell I wanted. Um, did you your mom or your Dad, my dad. Was it uncomfortable? No, not at all. When my brother and I had already seen robocop like three years earlier in the theater, which was one of the goryost films I've probably still ever seen, just out much blood and whatnot. So well, I mean Predator too has some nudity and the sex scene and Um, you know, it's got some yeah, so moved some questionable lines there. Someone's calling someone else pussy face. Do you look over at your dad and like kind of and he looks at you goes, just, don't tell you mother. Basically, Oh, all right, but I mean I've seen those movies, so I that was it. That was the cap for me. I don't remember seeing any other Predator movies or ever really had much of an inkling or intention to do so until well, yes, apparently this is what I've heard. The other Predator movies are pretty garbage esque. So I did do a little bit of a rewatch before we started talking about pray today. I rewatched two and one and I dare to say, Oh, I'm gonna be that guy that I actually kind of prefer to to one, which may be weird, but I have this strange thing for Danny Glover. Um, you know, not that kind of thing. But I like his whole he either has two modes of speaking, which is whisper or shout. There's really not much in between for Mr Glover when it comes to his acting. Chops either talking really low.

I thought he had throat cancer for really. Yeah, I would, I'd buy that. I mean it's really something else. But no, I just like the pacing of the film. I like the the the whole location. I like how it's in Super Hot Los Angeles and the futuristic setting of Um. Now, we weren't trying to spoil much about prey while talking about prey, but there are going to be connections from those two original films in prey, which is cool. It's nice to have those homage sequences that make you go hey, I get that reference. Easter eggs, the Easter eggs. We still call him Easter eggs. All right, all right, thank everyone that does. Fuck them and fund their Easter Bunny. Chris Hansen is gonna pop out. What did you just say? Easter Bunny? Oh No, oh no, police knocking at EATE's door. But yeah, so, uh. You, of course are more familiar and you just mentioned they're pretty crap be the newer movies. So maybe you're a little bit more weary going into pray knowing that the more recent films were kind of like subpar or what? What was going in before you popped on your Hulu to watch this one? Well, yes, you basically summed it up. My my brother and I grew up loving the first two and then there was kind of a dry spell for a while where they didn't have a Predator movie. Those movies achieved a legendary status as far as I'm concerned, and I think your view of part two as better than part one is actually a little more popular than you would think that days. I'm yeah, online, I was just noticing there's a kind of a lot of people that are having that point of view lately. But Um, but yeah, part after part two there was this huge lull and then they made the aliens versus Predator movies, which which were like the Holy Grail, like hearing about them for all the Predator fans because, spoiler alert, for Predator too, there was the hint that those two cinematic universes would interact because Zeno, more skeleton correct in the correct the skull trophy of the Yes of the xenomorph from alien, and so everyone was like Holy Shit, holy ship. And when they finally came out with those aliens versus Predator movies, they were the biggest piles of garbage. They were just the first one was shitty. It was just, I don't know, I guess visually there was some interesting things just because of the setting that it was in. It was but I won't get into all of that. But the but then part two, aliens versus Predator Requiem, was kind of they were trying to make a more honestly urban setting, but a more like, I guess, like a suburban sort of horror movie type thing out of the Predator and the Rector Predator in the alien story. And and it fell flat. As far as I'm concerned. Those two movies were pure garbage pretty much. So where we at now? The next one was Predator is plural, and this was a film that came out again several years after those alien versus Predator movies, and I saw predators in the theater and I remember Your Dad. Did you see it with your old man? Bring it back around? No, no, no, I remember going to see it and actually being pleasantly surprised. It wasn't. It wasn't great. I still stand by that that predators. The one I was about now was it's the one decent one out of all the Post Predator to movies. There was because because after predators, the one I'm talking really or nuncining that that very well. Don't use numbers, Dude. They use as Predator Alienversu preador requiem predators, and then the next one was the Predator. It wasn't like Predator five or whatever it was supposed to be. Was the Predator, and this one was biggest pile of garbage out of all of them. And the worst part is, again, we were excited to hear my my brother and I are other people that I know that are fans of the franchise. Were excited because the guy directing it was shane black, who not only directed movies like or I don't know if he directed or wrote. I believe he directed Um, the lethal weapon, um, but he was also he's done other movies, but also acted in the original Predator movie. He was like the first guy to get killed, I believe, in the first movie. Um, he he's like skinny guy with glasses and but he took one in a year from correct. Honestly, I don't remember. I don't remember if he was him or the other, the other guy. I know there are two guys that looked very similar. Yeah, yeah, yeah, okay, but go on, Shane Black. He expected a lot of things from this guy and he let you down. He did let me down. I think that movie was the biggest pile of garbage. They tried to put in like a whole humorous comic relief element by having Keegan Michael Key in it, the act from key and peel, and he was...

...just so irritating. I honestly don't mind Keegan Michael Key in a lot of things. I think he can be funny, but he was just like he just wanted to kill him the whole movie. And and then on top of that, they tried to turn the Predator into just, it seems like into like a new slasher film. It seemed like you could have put Jason or or Michael Myers in a lot of these scenes. It was just, I don't know, it's just this horribly it was like a b movie paced from the whole the tropes kind of thing. Yes, and just I don't know. I I honestly saw that movie once and had no interest in watching it again. You have mentioned how the Hulu, how Hulu had the Hulu the WHO, the WHO had with the release of prey, was allowing its viewers to watch all the previous ones, but the one that wasn't available was the Predator with Michael Key. And you know, and I'm like, you know what you're not you're not missing much like that. If there's anyone to not put in, to not have available, I'm okay with that one being the one. The thing. They did that by design because they knew people were gonna, you know, marathon sesh these Predator movies. You know, it's like, Oh, well, you know, we got them with prey, right, so now we're going to keep them on our service by allowing them to watch the other films, but if we put the Predator while on there, forget about it. If they go to Disney plus or Netflix or whatever exactly. Man, I don't know where it's available and I don't really care. Okay, you're like, I hated it. Bury it in the deepest hole, put sand on it in a witch's curse. Please to never be seen again. Well, they did the other unspeakable crime that movies tend to do, which was put a little kid in the movie, like have a little kid actor. That just ruins the fucking movie always, and and and. When I heard that, I was still kind of hopeful before I saw the movie, because it was that kid, Jacob Tremblay, the actor who's been in a bunch of things. He was in that movie room with Bree Larson, the things kind of made her famous, and he was in a few movies. And and he's not bad. He's for a child actor, he's actually not bad. But in that movie it was just the material was garbage. And don't yeah, the less said about that movie the better. Okay, alright, good, good game. You don't upset a lot about it. All right, that's fine. So let me know this now. Did the new prey movie turn that FROWN UPSIDE OUT? Um, okay, you were. You braced yourself there. I saw you white knuckle your chair. Good, oh boy. Okay, let it rip. I'm sorry for interrupting, not at all. I I enjoyed it, but it didn't blew me away. But I guess that's the most I can expect nowadays. It was good, but it seemed to me that they had, as I mentioned earlier, they had the concept the native Americans in the past fighting, you know, as a whole new setting, but they didn't really think much beyond that. Like, if you think of what that movie would be like just knowing those elements, like it's about native Americans fighting this Predator in the past. That's pretty much the whole movie, like you don't need to know. No major plot points happened that you couldn't just kind of guess. There's you know, it's it's kind of like it's it's good, it's not done poorly, but it's just very basic. And yes, there were there were Easter eggs thrown in, we mentioned. Here's a quick spoiler. I don't wanna and you know what, if you're listening to us by now, it's too late. You get you're getting this here in it. Yeah, so the end of Predator to Danny Glover kills the Predator and a bunch of other predators materialized. They have all been invisible watching him kill their their brother. Apparently they're a Predator, their fellow Predator, and they, instead of killing Danny Glover, they show him respect. And give him like it's like an old pistol from like the pirate days, from like the seventeen hundreds, and it's almost like look, we've been coming to your planet since back then, we have this old pistol and we're giving it to you as a show of respect, like a trophy for your yourself, and it was always like, oh, that's kind of cool and it opened up that possibility of Oh wow, they were coming since back then. So this movie, by the end of it, you not only are their native Americans, but one of the main antagonists is a group of for trappers or or French, Um, you know, traders. Yeah, traders. Yes, exactly, for trader types, and they are the typical you know, like it's like these killing off the...

...indigenous people. They're these horrible little you know, horrible people, which which has a lot of those other not to get back into it, but those those woke type hating people on the Internet crazy like hey, why are the white people always the bad guys? You know, what's wrong with killing some buffalo and taken there? F Right, I know. But but at the end of the movie, Um, she ends up with that pistol, one of the so you're kind of like, oh, maybe that's the origin of that pistol, like she gets the pistol from one of the trapper, the trader, the fur trapper types, but then you're like, well then, how did the fucking Predator get it? For Predator to like she at the end of the movie, this human that survived a battle with a Predator has this pistol. But in when Danny Glover fights another Predator, somehow that Predator or the Predator race has that pistol. And so what? The predators came back and slaughter all those Indians afterwards. Anyway, let me. Do you want your mind blown? Please go ahead. Okay, here at come with a mind cannon gun now at the end of the movie, right, I know you're gonna say this. Yea, Oh, excuse me, you're not blowing my mind. Go ahead, all right, at the end of the movie they have the whole drawing montage during the credits, right. Did you watch? I did, so you see that they are promoting a potential sequel, to pray, yes, by implying that predators will in fact return right the the ending credit sequence, which are always done like artistically, like the marvel movies, are are always some like arts looking thing. They look like cave paintings, like native American cave paintings, and they show, like the battle with the Predator and the like, all the things to happen in the movie. But if you stay till the end, you see, yes, spaceships come back, like right before the credits, like right before it goes black, there's more spaceships that show up. So it was kind of implying that yes, they may come. So they potentially could just come. That whole movie you just watched was for nothing. And they do come and slaughter her afterwards anyway, and take the pistol back. But that's not even what I wanted to get to with the pistol, Dave, did you know that back in the mid to late nineties when dark horse comics had all these Predator comic books? That was and that's actually where alien versus Predator got it start too, was in comics. There was an issue of Predator that took place on a pirate ship and they already had the introduction of the pistol. They had a whole storyline and I think it was multi issue storyline that addressed where the pistol came from and it was totally a different story. They he and so apparently that comic is no longer Canon. Those things happen. It's been thirty fucking years at this point. Years. So you know, you gotta expect that. You know, Hey, star wars already made. All the novels, the countless Star Wars novels, no longer Canon by Disney fucking up that storyline. So it just happens. You know. Well, look at you, reversing the whole mind cannon thing. I'm a Jiggy on me, you know, you know, but I mean talking about comics, because I do happen to love comics. Here I am the comics. Hey, I just been a lot of money on them this week. Uh Yeah, they don't matter anymore. You pick and choose from the source material what you want and you know, you get away with it. I've always said if you funk with continuity in a film, you'll get more backlash and if you screwed the continuity from a comic where the story actually came from. All this being said, though, nate, you seem a little iffy on your grand overview, your final opinion on the film. I was kind of expecting more, especially considering how crappy you've explained the other ones were, you'd be more good vibes on this one. No, I was more or less pleasantly, I don't want to say surprised, like I was hoping this is this was kind of my last chance. I'm giving them Canada movies. Right, alright, last gasp here. You might be dead to me in an hour and a half. Right, okay, but overall I did enjoy the movie, but by the end of it I wasn't like, wow, I'm really glad I was introduced to that storyline. Like by the end of it I was just kind of like it was okay, and sure. Oh, I did want to bring up one last thing before we wrap up this conversation. Um, so the movie takes place in the past. They're fighting natives, they are, you know, Indigenous People's if you will, and the Predator shows up...

...and it's it almost fits the Motif because the Predator doesn't have his metal helmet, he has his helmets made of a skull of some other species. It's like it looks almost tribal and and there's always been an element of tribalness to the predators they seem very like a mix between technology and tribalism and they use spears and things like that. But in this film they're using these weapons that, yeah, he's got the skull helmet. They use these weapons that almost look like arrows instead of the laser bolts they use in the original films. or he uses his own one predator. But I'm watching it, I'm going, oh, that's kind of cool, you know, they're fighting with these weird more primitive Arrow type weapons and this and that and the skull helmet. And then I realized they fucking flew us a metal spaceship to Earth. Like why would they're fucking weapons be fucking like they're fighting with bones and ship like. They know how to spaceships. Why don't they have, you know, better, more technologically advanced weapons? They still their scope? Yes, all right, you know. I mean I can only speculate on why that would be. Maybe that particular Predator, who, by the way, was a different version of Predator by it wasn't like the traditional facial structure now not being deeply again rooted in the whole thing. I don't know if there's a comic that explained. There's like different evolutions of a Predator, what have you. But it was different looking. But maybe that Predator has had a preference. He's like Hey, man, I I like to fish with this rod instead of that Rod, kind of thing. I don't know. Who I do want to say this premise beach. Okay, you can sell me on the premise of anything. I like it when they take a concept and they put it in a different era. I love that stuff. Or if they took a traditionally Um, let's say you had an earth base character and you put them in out of space. Oh cool, something new, something different. I'm down for that. I like that kind of stuff. A lot of this film for me, was pedestaled because of that. All right, I liked the concept of the movie. Now, the first couple of movies that we talked about earlier, before the Shitty ones, a lot of the appeal was the cast, right. They had these nice ensembles going on. Um, the first movie you had like Jesse Ventura, I ain't got time to believe. You have billy, you know what I mean. You had the Apollo creed loses an arm still firing his gun. The second movie You Got Gary Busey, you got built packed and Danny Glover, on and on and on. So there's a lot of good acting performances in there in this film. You got relatively unknowns. Okay. So what do we really UH looking for here? Are Ultimate enjoyment of the film? I enjoyed it. I liked it. Not Being a Predator Fan, I was entertained for that hour and a half. I I really got the story. I was gonna say sucked into the story. No, but I believed it. I didn't look for little nooks and crannies to kind of criticize or anything like that. I was like this is this is a good take on the franchise. I would definitely watch a sequel to this. Yeah, you know, I respect that and I did enjoy it overall as well. I think maybe my my expectations are were were a little they were. They were both too little and too high, and too because I was waiting for it to suck. But then when I when it didn't suck, I was almost disappointed that it wasn't better. It's like, what the Fund is that? That kind of unfair of me, but it is what it is, man. I think a lot of it comes from the fact that these movies were big when I was a kid. They had a lot of, you know, nostalgia elements to them. And and speaking of you, you mentioned the character of Billy and the first movie. He was also the dude from road warrior with the Mohawk and the little twink boyfriend on the back of his motorcycle. Oh Yeah, and then, you know what, there's a little Easter egg from billy in prey as well. One thing, you know, with those Easter eggs was when you look at Predator one and Predator to, there's some can't be crap going on. When you talked about you and your dad going to the movie theater, I played a clip of Danny Glover calling the Predator Pussy face. But I mean realistically, right, when people start thinking of the first movie Predator, what's one of the first things they think of? Well, from you know, you're immediately like, oh Jeez, and everybody's doing the arnold voice and everything like that. In Predator too, they had to tap that well again, I mean to the point of just being I called it. I think I already called it campy, but so I'll say camp be again because I'm getting paid a nickel for every time I I say, can't be here, Mama, but look at that. They had the Predator swear and say...

...the M F R thing. And how did the Fund did the Predator know what he was gonna say? Unless he watched the first movie. There you go. He watched Arnold say you're one ugly motherfucker to the first Predator and he knew. And I don't know, maybe Danny Glover did too, and that's why Danny Glove, maybe, maybe you just look at the Predator and you think that's an ugly motherfucker. That's just but my whole point of play in these clips talking about this and it's just that when you get the Easter eggs in prey, they are slight. They're not gratuitous, in your face cheese ball stuff like you would have seen in some of the other films. And maybe they did him in Um the alien versus Predator movies. I don't know. Yeah, I remember. I'm sure there's some I don't really remember. Okay, well, but yes, yes, if if, I don't think it would have made as much sense to see a commanche tribesman, say you're one ugly motherfucker to better it. But that makes sense that they would say, if it bleeds, we can kill it. Like that's timeless, which is the Easter egg that you're referring to. Spoil More of this movie? Spoil, yes, but I mean, m yeah, I think cinematically it was a beautiful looking movie, the locations, uh, the way it was shot. I didn't mention the actress is extremely attractive. Let's let's get back on that now. Let's get to that, because I really feel okay, great, you know me. Yeah, you know me very well, it's true. So when you look at a beautiful young ladies such as amber mid Thunder, did you notice anything about her that might Um, despite the fact I think she is so glorious, irk me. That would irk you, man, because I have those weird weird I didn't really pay attention to her, like if she had a birthmark on her knuckle or a your own tone. I didn't really see any. Here. You're getting close, you're getting warmer. I don't know. What does she have? Like a I know she didn't have like a UNI brow. She did not have a unibrow. Do you? Do you want to hint? When she jumped in the mud and got dirt on her and I wanted to roll in some chili sauce, mud and oil and chili sauce. Let's do that. Yeah, let me know if you want the hint. I do want I want to know what. All Right, here we go. Oh, bloody mo we're not supposed to talk about the bloody mo, but there's a bloody mow winking me in the fight. I'M gonna CHIRP it off and cut it up and makes him gluck a money. Oh, she got the mole and it's right. It's right on her temple and it's when she gets okay, she's people who have seen the movie poster. No, she wears the native American makeup on the face and everything like that, but there's a moment where she gets clean uh, and you see her natural, beautiful skin. But unfortunately there is a large mole. That really threw me off. That is unfortunate. It is for me. Yeah, you know, you know we can't all be perfectly no, you did mention the birth the birthmark on the knuckle or whatever, that that I might be able to you know, bid it shows that I was on the right track, though I do know you. Yeah, no, no, no, no, yeah, you're just right, yeah, you get some points. Yeah, you were looking for the key to unlock the door and you had, you know, a fair amount of keys on that older there. Yeah, but no, it's definitely the mole. So I think I could overlook it though. Well, that's good. I'm sure she appreciates that. Yeah, as long as her feet are okay. Yes, if the feet are fine, I can overlook the mole. If the feet are jacked and the mole is there, forget about it. No more dream weaver for you, miss mid Thunder. It's over and I'm sorry, I gotta apologize, but you can get your toothbrush in the mailbox. It was fun while it lasted. See you later, baby. All right, so, I mean, I guess overall here I'm more favorable of the film than you are. Yes, but I did not hate it. You did not hate it, so it was worth a watch. You would watch it again? I probably would. I'm not in a rush to do it, but else I knew wanted to watch it, I'd watch it with them. All right, good, good, Um, that's good. Now if there's a sequel, m HM, you inclined to watch that or is that something you'd probably wait on it I watched because I'm a sucker and I grew up with predators, so I'll watch them all. And it's real quick. The violence in the movie, I know you mentioned the tech. You didn't think it was it was okay, or because there was a couple of scenes with a lot of blood, because I was watching this and I always do. I watch everything. Anybody who does know me, maybe not as well as nate does, about moles and feet and hands and stuff, knows that I've got a young one in my house and I know the movie is rated R, so he's not going to watch it. But still, while I'm watching it, I'm thinking, what could he see? And there's a lot of blood, a lot of GUSCI guscy go, and I'm like, as that good for a ten year old? I don't know. Oh, I...

...mean, it wasn't as gratuitous as the first yes, exactly. Yes, thank you. It wasn't as gratuitous as the other films I saw where you've gotta do a lot of muting, coughing, pausing, fast forwarding here, muffs, all that stuff. Yeah, yes, indeed. So there you go. If you haven't seen prey on Ze Hulu, I guess we've kind of given it an endorsement enough where you should watch it. If not, look, if you're listening to our show right now and you haven't seen it, it's not a priority for you right because it's been all over social media. The reviews are everywhere. We it's it's one of those things that, if you really want to see it, probably would have by now. So you're probably listening to here our opinion because you value what we have to say, to which I say thank you, Um. But if you are one of those people like yeah, maybe I'd watch on the couch or hangover because I'm too lazy to, you know, search for things, or I'm sick of scrolling. Oh, the worst is that whole stream and scroll. I don't what to watch. So you spend an hour and a half looking at all these crappy freaking movies before you finally pick when you could have watched when while you were doing that, pray is definitely worth a viewing in our yeah and are yeah, that's what I call it. It's like not in our opinion. Are Yeah, so Zuck it about that? Yes, and uh, Miss Amber, if you're out there, you know, something could in fact happen. It happened, but I would humbly dematologist and in all fairness, I'll I'll switch to low fat creamer. I'll lose some weight. So, if you're hearing this, that's the trade. You chop off that that Brown h invader on your face and I'll potentially lose a few pounds just so we can make some swim eat sweet magic together. So all right, let's prey. So now that we've wrapped that up and I've made a complete nutter fool to myself of my plea to a Hollywood star, because you know her star is rising, I guess now is the time to get in. It's like the ground floor be a creep with yeah, now, you want to get that mole off her face? To it now? Yeah, now or never. I mean Geez, if only I had gotten to John boy sooner, from from a little house on the prairie. I forgot his real name in real life, but Thomas, Richard Thomas. Anybody old enough to remember Richard Thomas knows that son of a bitch, that poor bastard. Someone has spilled a coffee on his face and never cleaned it. Uh. This is a great segue into our live reads. Yes, because I want to talk about the partners of the show real quick, uh, and then we'll get into some nate's notes, which is, of course, are constant on our show where nate talks about some music topics. But live read rock. I'm the Rock, rock, bringing it with the Rock. Yeah, you are, you're the rock. Yeah, that was my sean connery referring to the cage movie, as if my reference to the guy's name I just forgot, with the coffee stain on his face, Richard Thomas, wasn't dated enough to make people say, Hey, I'm like, not over the age of fifty, why am I listening to the show? You know. There you go with the Rock. Yeah, which she was a movie, but we will not review the movie like we did pray. I don't even know if I want to call that a movie review, more of a mute movie discussion. So let me discuss the partners of our program right now, because I got some news, nate, some good news. twent off. Does that sound good to you? That sounds awesome, that sounds freaking sweet man, because we just got handed a brand spanking new cupon code from our pals over at wonky weeds dot com, death by gummy bears dot com, Alpine Him Dot Com and Northland Vapor dot com. Whoa Holy Mackerel, someone hold me down. That's a lot of websites, that's a lot of merchandise, and those are some big savings at all of those sites if you use code, selling out twenty, twenty off. So what do they make? If you've never listened to the show before? Yeah, here's your quick education. I suppose CBD, Delta Eight, Delta Eleven, vape products, CBD. I just say CBD. Well, what the hell say it again, because there's a lot of cbd going on over there. All the things that you would need to help you relax, get into good headspace and heal up are available at all those sites. GUMMIES. You like gummies. I know nate likes coummies. You just had some wonky weeds recently, didn't you? I will just say they're awesome. The wonky weeds, the death by gummy bears gummies are fucking incredible. Okay, so that was a quick yeah, who cares, I mean it's a ringing endorsement. So I mean, if you gotta swear, you gotta swear its honesty, and that's what we like, is being...

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...x would continue in down and Phil also had his band called super joint ritual. What followed the breakup was a lot of well publicized name calling, a lot of really mean, bitter stuff from both camps. BASSIST REX Brown seemed more or less caught in the middle, although he continued to work with Phil. The fracture seemed permanent and as it turned out, it was darryl and Vinnie's project. Damage plan put out their debut record in February, two four. It sold well, but naturally all the reviews compared it with Pantera's legendary work and many found it somewhat lacking. Damage plan toured and the venues were a great deal smaller than what they had been accustomed to. It was that one of these smaller clubs, in December, Oh four, that damage plan played their last show, an emotionally troubled concert goer named Nathan Gale walked on stage minutes into their first song and opened fire, killing dime bag darryl, as well as two members of the band's staff and another fan who was at the show. No motive was ever given for the killing, but it sounds like Nathan gale had his share of mental health issues. To give you a sense of how strained things were between the two ex Pantera camps by that point, Phil Wasn't even welcome at Darryl's funeral. Apparently Darryl's girlfriend Rita and his brother Vinny both made that clear to Phil. The killing didn't bring them together. If anything, it just widened the chasm between them. Vinnie Paul soldiered on with yet another project called Hell Yeah, with members of the band's nothing face and mud vein. But occasionally an interviewer would ask one of the Surviving Panthera veterans if a re union were somehow possible. At one point it was leaked that Zack Wilde from Ozzy Osbourne's band in later Black Label Society, was maybe being considered to play guitar, but that was specifically shot down by Rex Brown in an interview. The answer was always no. They all had their own things going and there was still too much animosity. In Two thousand eighteen, Vinnie Paul's death from Cardio myopathy seemed to put the final nail in the Pantera coffin. Both Abbott brothers, the founding members, were now gone. So fast forward to a couple of weeks ago. It's now been released in the press that Pantera is doing a reunion tour in two thousand twenty three. Many of us had the same reaction. How the Hell do you do that? The official word is that Phil and Selmo and Rex Brown will be joined by anthrax's Charlie Bonante on drums and, surprise, surprise, Zach Wild on guitar. These are world class players, no doubt, but the ABBOTS had a certain personality and individuality that makes it hard to accept this news. Dined bag. Darrel was one of a kind, a pioneer in the world of Guitar Hell. Eddie van Halen put one of his own personal guitars in Darryl's coffin to be buried with him. It was a kiss coffin, by the way. I'm sure Zach Wild will play the hell out of those riffs and Solos. I'm sure Charlie will sound flawless playing Vinnie's drum parts, and they will both be treating the material with respect and reverence. It'll be awesome for all the younger fans who never got a chance to see those songs performed live. It's being treated as a celebration of the accomplishments of this band and it's too all in members. I'm sure there will be huge screens on stage with images of the Abbot brothers everywhere. I'd love to think that they are doing all this with the best of intentions, but it feels a little gross under the circumstances. This is a reunion that was constantly shot down by the members while Darryl and or Vinnie were still here. I mean, apparently Phil and almost sort of made nice with dime bag's girlfriend, Rita in the past decade or so, and I guess even the divide between he and Vinnie was a little less icy by the time Vinnie died. I guess they I'll work together to put out reissue albums in best of collections some years ago, but they all said it wasn't right to do it without dying bag daryl. So it seems weird now that Darryl's brother is also on that somehow it's cool all of...

...a sudden. And by the way, Phil has been touring with his newest project, Phil INSELMO and the illegals, for a while now, and at many of these shows they've been doing a whole set of old Pantera tracks and, as I've said, he's worked with REX Brown for a long time. So they're not having some momentous reunion. So what exactly are we celebrating here? It seems like the big deal is that it's the first time in decades that concert promoters and venues and management and, of course, the performers can charge the type of money a quote Pantera Reunion would warrant. Sure you've seen rex and Phil play together since Pantera broke up. Sure you've seen them play Pantera songs on stage with other guitarists and drummers before. But then hear me out here. Have you ever paid exorbitant fees to see those exact same things simply because this time it's billed as Pantera? I didn't think so. Wow, you know, you made a funk ton of sense there, nate. I mean there's a lot of people who are very excited about this reunion online, while not even reunion, just the reforming. Yeah, I guess it would be more appropriate, since you are missing two of the original band members of Pantera and the other two never really broke apart to reunite. Yeah, you know, it's it's like, uh, I don't know. I mean it's to me what you just said is a money grab. That's all that you can really explain it to be. The love doesn't feel like it is truly there. I, as a I could not say I'm a Pantera Fan. I mean, I like Pantera plenty when I was young. I mean, who didn't use metal, you know what I mean? UH, so, my true interest in this whole thing is actually about rex. Yeah, because that guy looked like an emaciated, half dead slug back in the nineties. I wonder what the Hell he looks like now and does he even have any money? Is like they call up rex, hey, you want to reunite Pantera? He looks over at the growing stack of bills on his kitchen table and goes, oh yeah, with a youuthless grin grabs his bass heads out the door. Yeah, I'm sick of painting fences, damn it. Well, you know, that could be I I don't know. I mean rex has been part of of certain projects of pills over the years, so it's like, I'm sure he's got some money and the reissues and all those things. But yes, I mean it's it's being, yeah, billed as this whole celebration of the abbots and all this. But yeah, man, it's it's it's fucking gross. I'm sorry and and and just, you know, be not to get on another thing, but there's another situation that's very similar to this. Like, speaking of nineties bands that were sort of heavy, there was the old band static x, and they were more on that industrial sort of tip. They were more like they were heavy, but it was, you know, Drum Machine Ish sounding beats, shirts and stuff, and to me they always kind of sucked. They're always just kind of basic and I don't know, but their singer, Wayne static, the singer static x, the guy whose name like, who name? You know? His name is basically the name of the band. I'm sure it's not his real name, but he died. He fucking first of all, he like fired most of the rest of the band at one point before he died. He died years ago. I'm talking like years ago or something, but he by the time he died, static x was basically just him and some hired guns, like all the original guys have died, had been kicked out or whatever they want. Ship can yeah and stay. And Static X, Wayne Static Rather, had developed again, just like Philanselmo, drug problems, this and that, and and he died. I believe his death was drug related. Do you know? Years later the remaining members of static x that were all kicked out decided to try to reform there they are now touring as static x, without the main dude like Wayne Static. If you don't know, he's like this, visually, very like you know, I don't know you you you know him. When you see him. He's got a very distinct look. His hair. He would always have his hair like up like the slim Gim guy on the commercials, like the straight up in the air, like he had long hair, but he spiked it all straight up in the air. He had a really long beard, and so it's his head looked like this weird like it was on fire or something like very unique, distinct look. And they reformed static x without this guy. And what do they do for a singer? They don't tell anyone, they don't reveal and press releases...

...who is singing. They have a mystery man on stage, wears a mask that some special effects guy made that looks like a dead skin mask, like it looks like it was peeled off somebody, like it was. It's done. It looks like Wayne Static. It's Wayne statics here and his goatee and they would call him zero, but with an x, like x or like zero, and that's and nobody knew who he was for a long time. It's been revealed eventually. I guess that it's the singer from this old, also shitty nineties band called Dope. The singer from this band dope. Honestly don't even remember any of their music. But yeah, so that's as gross as the Pan Terror Union is. At least they don't have somebody up there with a dead dime bag darryl mask on, like playing the guitar, pretending to be like a reanimated corpse of you know what I mean, like that's fucking I was going to say good for them. I was going like, Hey, all right, you got fired, but you can still go back and milk the cow a little bit, get some duckets out of that. And then I was like, Oh, I guess, Oh, don't do that. No, no, no, no, no, because nostalgia is a funny thing, right. I mean we live in the era of just completely cashing in on our youth. I mean it's just I wonder if, like the next two generations, let's say the my kids generation, when they finally get their own buying power, if nostalgia is still going to be such a thing, because a lot of it, if you think of it, when we were kids, it's a rarity to it, because things were collected and thrown in the trash. Now everybody knows you've got to keep things and boxes and collect them and shine them them perfectly, Christine and whatever. And we've also been burned kiss the final tour Oh, I guess what, they're back two years later. Hey, we were just playing with you. I know you all paid for the t shirts, tickets and every other piece of memorabilia, saying it was the final tour. Well, no, not until we're dead, Um, but even that now does not stop you, Tupac Shaker. Yes, what, we've got a Hologram. We've got a Hologram that's gonna play a coach Shella. You can still see, Mr Tupac or so. Where does it end? Where does it stop defining the line of what you just call gross? I mean, I I agree with you, I really do. I think this whole Pantera thing is just sounds horrible, but I mean, where does it end? Was the static x thing, Holy Mackerel. But what what is next? I mean, come on, other than, yeah, probably being like hey, you show up at the show and you get a piece of the ashes, you know, printed in a t shirt INC of the dead members of the band, I don't know. And what's the appeal? Like you said, they've already been playing the songs with other outfits and doing their own thing. It's like what you want to go to get the said t shirt that says you were there bootlegg it. Make your own. Why you need to go and do that? I don't know. It's doesn't sound like it's for love, that's for sure, especially when you talked about the warring, the in fighting with the members of the band. And in coincidentally, it took two of the brothers to die before it finally came to fruition, because obviously Vinnie Paul was like yeah, not so cool with that, but now he's out of the picture. Alright, Gates Open. Yeah, yeah, let's open the vault. Let's do that. Let's see. I mean, I don't know what kind of venues are gonna play, but money's money. I guarantee it's a lot bigger than the venues that fill in someone, the illegals, have been playing and, like you know what I mean, damage plan was playing. I heard that they're planning on doing a lot of like those huge metal festivals like the Hell Fest and whatever. You know, we'll walk in or walking or whatever in Germany. Like I think they're gonna be playing a lot of those, but I'm sure they will be doing a tour of like big venues. It's big news, but unfortunately the prod uck does not anything really special because we've already been seeing it. We've been seeing Phil and REX play together, we've been seeing Phil Sing Pantera songs on stage. Now it's just called Pantera so they can build more and that's basically it. Wow, you ain't that's something good for rex. Yeah, probably has more money than I do, for crying out yeah, I like. That was what I'm saying. Hey, well, that was fast. I was like, you better believe your biscuits, baby, he's got more money than you. Yeah, Schmuck, yeah, good, good for him. Hopefully he's, uh, you know, doing a little bit better than mck Mars physically, is not financially, because we all know MC Mars. He's got the money. And Motley crue is still touring, even though I've heard they're terrible live, but they're still doing it because, yet again, it's like it doesn't even matter what the product is. No, I wait to go see the crew. I bought a concert t shirt for sixt was here. Yeah, I was here. I was...

...here. I took a dump in the PORTA Potty at this event center while Tommy Lee was doing his drums solo, while Phil and Selmo was hailing the Nazis. I was taking a leak next to a guy with a frow. I don't know where the hell that came from. Yeah, I'm sure there's yeah, yeah, I'm sure there's a lot of froze out there and he'd probably be offended because he has a frow. He's like, what's up, Bro said the guy with a frow. Don't you know? The Nazis aren't so cool anymore. Hello. Right, so, yeah, I'm just did. I just did, but I'm not going to play it until our reunion tour in the year three thousand eighty two when they reanimate our severed heads via Ted Williams Walt Disney and put them in little glass jars and they can play, I don't know, with like the little robotic legs synthesizers. Yeah, that saw so weird. So anyway, all right, we make good piece, per usual, good stuff, food for thought, and I mentioned at the beginning of the show, if you do ever have thoughts on what we did discuss, make sure you reach out to us email or socials, because we want to hear from you. I had recently gotten an email and I completely forgotten that we discussed this on the show from an airbag fetishist. Fetish, sure, fetish person. Yeah, and they wanted to enlighten me on the world of the air bag fetish and, uh, they sent an email with attached was some, I guess, some material related to it, to which I did not open. But I still want to thank that person. Yeah, and then when we were talking about Chris Hansen earlier, I didn't want the FBI at my door Um with that. So, but anyway, I'm not to assume our listeners would send US malware, but I'm a little area of opening up attachments and emails, especially when it has to do with, you know, fetish hinks. Yeah, but I just brought that up because that one was a little unique, a little off the beaten path compared to some of the other correspondence we get. And Uh, with that, I guess air bags is a great way to uh end a show because, you know what, we needed one this this was something else, this episode. I mean we needed to come to a stop, gentle hard whatever you want, but it's it's got to come to an end, and this person obviously thought air bags were a good way to come to to to finish up. was that puns all over the place. Very punny. I don't know, it was an attempt. Yeah, very nice indeed. Well, I want to thank each and every one of you out there for taking the time to listen to our show. Hopefully you enjoyed some prey talk, I mean listen. We're not really professional movie reviewers, but we did want to discuss the film them, so that was a lot of fun. And, of course, some Pantera. We had some PP action today, Predator and pray rather, and Pantera. So P P P pain prayin terra. There you go. That's like, Um, when celebrities merge their names together when they become engaged, benefit and benefer. Yeah, there, yeah, all right. So virtual hugs for everybody out there. Thank you for listening to the selling out show. I am Dave. That is nate, and this has been selling out. Why? God Me Six socony. It's easy to see why. You just keep my loving the love.

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