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January 23, 2014  

Welcome to another Lost Tapes!


If you've been listening to us from the beginning, you all about amateur mess that is Birdemic: Shock and Terror. But did you know James Nguyen recently made a SEQUEL?

That' s right, on a complete whim we decided to watch Birdemic 2: The Resurrection and what results is pure bafflement. Why did Nguyen feel the need to make this? What does this prove? What lessons can we take away? Is there even a lesson? We can't answer these question, but we sure as hell try!

Enjoy our riffing of Birdemic 2!

Opening song: "Hangin' Out With The Family" by Damien Carter 
(from Birdemic: Shock and Terror) 

Jaunty Tune: "Ding Dong Song" by 69 Boyz

Closing song: "Starlight" by Damien Carter

Editor's note: We edit the Lost Tapes films down for time, listenablity, and comedic effect, often purposefully leaving sharp cuts to denote when this happens. However, with Birdemic 2, some of the sloppy audio cuts are in fact part of the film and were left in as is. We'll leave you to guess which is which.

Awesome Official poster for Birdemic 2:



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January 8, 2014  

FLAME ON!


Welcome to our Marvel bonus cast! This one lives up to the Lost Tapes name by truly being a Lost film! The unreleased, ultra-low-budget 1994 version of Fantastic Four is a thing that not only exists, but thanks to the efforts of some impassioned individuals with a YouTube account, is freely available to watch!

But why make a film and not release it? Was it that bad? Was it ever intended to be released? If so, why put so much effort into it?

Listen as Al and Austin dive into the film and come out with a few unexpected surprises. 

NOTE: For our Lost Tapes riffs, we of course edit the films down to be listenable and riffable, so they usually wind up to be about half the film's total length. And especially for this film, we recommend giving it a watch on your own, it's a spectacle to behold. You can do so here.







Have some gifs!







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Up Next: Birdemic: The Resurrection!

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