Episode 062 – Gone in 60 Seconds – LIVE

Gone in 60 Seconds (1974)

For the first time ever, So That Happened took our show live!!

On September 22nd, 2017 we hosted our first LIVE Double Feature movie night at Altones in Jewett City, CT.  We showed Gone in 60 Seconds (1974) followed up by Bullitt (1968) while recording this episode in between!

This episode features special guest Dwayne Eldredge from S.C.E.N.E. Productions.

Take a listen while we cover a few of our high and low points of Gone in 60 Seconds!!

Keep an eye out on our Facebook page for more upcoming movie nights, where YOU can join us!

Gone in 60 Seconds stars H.B. HalickiMarion BusiaJerry Daugirda, and was directed by H.B. Halicki.

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Episode 061 – Girlfriend From Hell

Girlfriend From Hell (1989)

“The inventor of the condom– now God’s bounty hunter- is tasked with tracking down and capturing the Devil, who has possessed the body of a high school wallflower in order to feed on human souls via sex.”

We went into this one with no expectations, and we were TRULY not disappointed!!

Girlfriend From Hell is a classic late 80’s pizza night movie that stars a few people that went on to do much, much better things.

Swan and Bill cover the movie, and briefly touch on popular television including Supernatural, Walking Dead, and Twin Peaks.  

Take 40 minutes and let us in our ears!!  While we were gone a few of our friends started some other casts; take a few minutes and check them out!

Girlfriend From Hell stars Liane Curtis, Dana Ashbrook, Lezlie Deane, and was directed by Daniel Peterson.

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Episode 060 – New Year’s Evil

New Year’s Evil (1980)

“During a New Year’s Eve celebration, a Los Angeles disc jockey receives a phone call saying that when New Year’s strikes in each time zone, someone will be murdered – and she will be the last one.”

What we have here is a classic money grab based on the slasher theme of the 1980’s brought to us by the wonderful duo of Menahem Golan and Yoram Globus, better know to the world as the faces of Cannon Films from 1979-1985 where they churned out such quality films as The Apple, Breakin’, Breakin’2: Electric Boogaloo, Lifeforce, Hercules, and Otello to name just a few.

This gem features fun mental patients, exciting motorcycle chases, nurses with questionable morals, mysterious champagne, confused young men wearing tights inappropriately, and a really really cool halloween mask.

Have a listen and see what we thought of it!!  This time Swan and Bill are joined by the marvelous Jessi!

New Year’s Evil stars Roz KellyKip NivenChris Wallace, and Grant Cramer and was directed by Emmett Alston.

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Episode 059 – Joey

joey-1986-film-images-9ff9988d-9673-4c1f-838f-11569ead8daJoey (1986)

“Due to conflict with his hard drinking father, who is a working class former musician, a talented teenager runs away from home and seeks to start his own musical career.”

Yeah, that basically sums it up. There’s a smashed window and some other hijinx, and some terrible acting as well.

Screamin’ Jay Hawkins, The Ad-Libs, and the Silhouettes have performances in this movie, so it’s got that going for it.

Joey stars Neil BarryFrank R. LanzianoJames Quinn, and Ellen Hammill and was directed by Joseph Ellison.

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Episode 058 – Queen of the Damned

queen_of_the_damnedQueen of the Damned (2002)

“The Vampire Lestat becomes a rock star whose music wakes up the queen of all vampires.”

…Late nineties angry numetal, a love story, a showdown, gothy angst, OH MY! IT’S GOT IT ALL!!

This one haphazardly smashes together the plots from the a handful of Ann Rice novels that Warner Brothers managed to acquire the rights to, nearly completely diverts from the storyline of the novels, AND was given the screenplay treatment by a pair of TV Movie writers!


Oh yes, Swan and Bill really DID watch this movie.

Queen of the Damned stars AaliyahStuart TownsendMarguerite Moreau, and Vincent Perez and was directed by Eduardo Rodriguez.

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