Qt3 Movie Podcast: 3x3: freaky hands and claws


#1

First a little talk about The Oath, Parasyte, and The Favourite. Then we try to get a grip on our favorite freaky hands and monster claws from movies.


This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.quartertothree.com/fp/2018/12/31/qt3-movie-podcast-3x3-freaky-hands-and-claws/

#2

Uh-oh. I think I did it wrong.


#3

Assuming/hoping this chap made it on…

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#4

A smart listener fulfilled your wish here. A dumb podcaster–that would be me–confused him with Harold Perrineau. So embarrasing.

-xtien

“Get your ass to Mars.”


#5

Well, you certainly did something right for me, my friend:

-xtien

-Tell me about the shooter.
-He’s fast. Strong. Had a metal arm.


#6

Oh my gosh, is that a screengrab from War of the Worlds in the header? I looooooved that movie as a kid.


#7

It seems like Dingus debuted a new laugh at the ~10:25 mark. Kelly’s anime synopsis unleashed it.


#8

Yeah. Uh. Sorry about that. My son hates that when we’re watching movies. Because it basically fills the theater. I can’t help it. I’m just not good at damping down laughter. During the Spider-verse movie he said, “You know everybody can hear that, right?”

-xtien

“This could literally not get any weirder.”


#9

The Machine Girl:

Batman Returns:

Evil Dead:


#10

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Or, if you prefer, the more modern version:


#11

That sounds like you’re talking about the regular one. I meant it sounded like a new tone. Like your throat bought a new amplifier. I could appreciate the band’s new direction while still loving the classics.


#12

Schmaltz…levels…in Parasyte Part 2…have…killing int…ent…err…or…


#13

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#16

A film with Peter Lorre is more modern than a film with Conrad Veidt? Not by too much, I would wager :)

“I am afraid you will find the conversation a trifle one-sided. Senor Ugarte is dead.”


#17

In the same way that Keith Richards is younger than Kirk Douglas. It’s all relative


#18

Haha, got it. I’m so used to thinking of Veidt as the heavy from Casablanca that I forgot he had a career in the silent days.


#19

Are we now into great-grandpa movies?


#20

I did not bother to write in, because I thought everybody’s top pick would be Edward Scissorhands… Disappointed.