Sorry it took so long to get this post out, but I was celebrating Christmas and New Years Eve as well as getting some deserved R&R.
Check out the show notes after the jump!
Tis the season jolly listeners! For our very first (certainly not our last) Christmas special on Cage Rage, we are going to review an obscure British animated film version of A Christmas Carol (and with good cause) wherein the Cage has landed the lucky role of the Ghost of Jacob Marley. Is this film a forgettable and bad adaptation of A Christmas Carol, or is there something special about it that makes it worthy of proclaiming holiday joy and cheer?
Join me, Ryan, and special guest Dan (better known as Ampersand and is also a Brit!) as we take a look at a film that the balls to proclaim itself as Christmas Carol: The Movie.
See you after the jump!
Peggy Sue Kelcher’s (Kathleen Turner) life is not great at the moment. She is going through a messy divorce with her former high school sweetheart and husband, Charlie Bodell (Nicolas Cage) and now is attending her 25th high school reunion. Through mysterious circumstances, she finds her transported back in time to her senior year of high school.
Seizing the opportunity she has been granted, she decides to make a few changes to her past in order to ensure that her future is exactly the way she wants it; which includes, but is not limited to, ducking and rebuffing Charlie.
Join me, Ryan, and our special guest Jordan Olsen, as we discover why it was that Peggy Sue Got Married. See you after the jump!
An explanation for this episode is necessary methinks. Very simply this is a dumping spot for all the outtakes that could not fit into the main show, but were too priceless or funny to send to oblivion. I decided to put it into the main feed instead of giving it its own show because it is more of a supplementary feature than a standalone show. You’ll get a better explanation at the beginning of the show.
When MIT Physics Professor, John Koestler (Nicolas Cage) discovers a strange piece of paper with various numbers that was written in the 1950s, he learns that it accurately predicted and will predict every notable natural disaster in history. Is the paper as accurate as he thinks it is, or is it all in his head?
Join Ryan, myself, and our special guest star Victor Khaze/Frost in our triumphant return to podcastdom as we discuss the 2009 science fiction/horror thriller film known as…Knowing. See you after the jump!