The Food Chain

  • The Food Chain, Episode 3 — Frogs -   Join Cootie and X as they go deep into the swamps of Louisiana. Maybe it’s Florida. We don’t know. It’s a swamp, okay? They’re bringing along Kiss the Goat co-host, Al McPherson, and discussing the 1972 drive-in classic, FROGS. Sam Elliott with no mustache! Ray Milland with no use of his legs! Animal attacks without animals actually attacking! It’s a weird one, definitely deserving its own link on the food chain. Also: the terrifying truth behind frog legs! That’s not a joke. Your earholes are lonely! Put our show in them! Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • The Food Chain Episode 2: Razorback - On this episode of The Food Chain, Cootie and X travel to the middle of Australia with our most excellent guest animal expert, The Wych! When The Wych isn’t waiting for the next end of the world, he’s helping Cootie and X navigate their way through the godforsaken center of the heart of darkness. Thrill as we all geek out over Iva Davies! Find out what an Uluru is! Marvel at how long a man can remain lashed to the top of a windmill! It’s The Food Chain’s extra special look at Russell Mulcahy’s 1984 Ozploitation classic, RAZORBACK! [Check your earbuds for spiders before inserting them into your side face holes.]     Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • The Food Chain, Episode 1: THEM! - Welcome to The Food Chain! This is a podcast all about those movies where nature goes berserk, animals attack, and mankind finds itself in the uncomfortable position of being hunted. We’ll eventually be covering movies from the 1950’s to present day. In fact, we’re starting in the Fifties with the giant ant classic, THEM! Join Cootie, X, and their special consultant, Brian M. Sammons of The ABC’s of Hidden Horror podcast, as we talk about the differences between queens and princesses, the problem of sugar addiction among insects, and what ants smell like. A new episode will drop every other Thursday. We hope you enjoy this first episode and come back for more. Podcast: Play in new window | Download