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Dan: On this episode we discuss The Lazarus Effect.
Elliott: Spoiler alert: the Lazarus Effect is mainly putting us to sleep.

Official Show NotesEdit

"Shocktober continues! On this episode we discuss the Flatliners-esque Lazarus Effect. More specific shownotes canceled on account of Dan's sick."

Movie SummaryEdit

PremiseEdit

A group of medical researchers discover a way to bring dead patients back to life.

StoryEdit

Medical researcher Frank, his fiancee Zoe and their team have achieved the impossible: they have found a way to revive the dead. After a successful, but unsanctioned, experiment on a lifeless animal, they are ready to make their work public. However, when their dean learns what they've done, he shuts them down. Zoe is killed during an attempt to recreate the experiment, leading Frank to test the process on her. Zoe is revived–but something evil is within her.

Final JudgmentsEdit

  • Totally snorifying (Dan) @52:00
  • Agrees with Dan (Stuart) @52:43
  • She guesses snorifying (Hallie) @54:18
  • C- for the film itself an A on length and like a B if it was a play (Elliott) @55:56

Episode HighlightsEdit

TangentsEdit

  • Sound Effects
  • Has Hallie seen a ghost yet? ("Not officially, no. No. I haven't.") @01:20

Movie PitchesEdit

QuotesEdit

  • ­Over there—is that Bradley Cooper? The star of the movie Dan Got Burnt?
         —Stuart @02:00
Hallie: Did you guys ever watch Burnt?
Dan: We did watch Burnt.
Hallie: Oh, good. 'Cause that was like, such a good movie. Serious.
@02:10
  • ­Now that's what I call a 'filmist fire'!
         —Hallie @03:20

Listener MailEdit

Mailbag SongEdit

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RecommendationsEdit

  • Pet Sematary (1989) by Mary Lambert (Flopper) @Time
  • The Shallows (2016) by Jaume Collet-Serra (Flopper) @Time
  • Shin Godzilla (2016) by Hideaki Anno and Shinji Higuchi (Flopper) @Time
  • Viy (1967) by Konstantin Ershov and Georgiy Kropachyov (Flopper) @Time

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