Super Podcast Audio Commentary: Tombstone

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Welcome to another installment of the Super Podcast Audio Commentary Edition.
Prepare for a change of pace with our Audio Commentary series, this film is a little different than our usual crop and it also stars Kurt Russell. Tombstone is a special film to me, it was one of two films that actually got me interested in western films and the old west in general, it also contains one amazing performance and mustache from Kurt Russell and it contains (imo) Val Kilmer’s best performance. In this commentary I Super Marcey am joined once again by Sean ‘the clever guy’ Clancy, we both enjoy this film and have a mutual love for Kurt. While I provide the Kurt Russell love, clever Clancy provides historical knowledge and we both provide our opinions on the film and how awesome the mustaches are all round.
This podcast is brought to you by Whiskey, what else are you going to drink watching a western?
If you have never listened to a Commentary, here is how it works. You simply need to grab a copy of the film, and sync up the podcast audio with the film. We will tell you when to press start, it is that easy! You can listen to it while you watch the film or listen to it on its own.

Ultimate badasses baby

Kurt Russell = All Man

Disclaimer: This audio commentary isn’t meant to be taken 100 % seriously, it is an interesting and humours look at a classic 90’s western. It is for entertainment purposes, we do not wish to offend anyone who worked on and in the film, or any listeners, we have respect for you all.
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DVD Region 1
Blu-ray Region A
DVD Region 2
Blu-ray Region B
DVD Region 4
Blu-ray Region B (via JB HiFi)

One thought on “Super Podcast Audio Commentary: Tombstone

  1. Sean has it wrong about Wyatt Earp (The actor, 5th cousin to the real Wyatt Earp), who played Billy Claiborne. He doesn’t get pistol whipped by Kurt Russel at the jail or gun downed at the OK Corral, he ran away when the shooting started.

    It was John Philbin (playing Tom McLaury), also known for Point Break, North Shore, and Children of the Corn who was pistol whipped and shot dead.


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