The Tubi Tuesdays Podcast Episode 27 – Pieces (1982)
Welcome back to our podcast series from The Super Network and Pop4D called Tubi Tuesdays! This podcast series is focused on discovering and doing commentaries for films found on the free streaming service Tubi, at TubiTV
Your hosts for Tubi Tuesdays are Super Marcey, ‘The Terrible Australian’ Bede Jermyn and Prof. Batch (co-host of Web Tales: A Spider-Man Podcast), will take turns each week picking a film to watch and most of them will be ones we haven’t seen before. Unfortunately Marcey was unable to join in for this episode, but she will be back very soon! This week is Bede’s pick and he decided to go with a film that has been regarded as one of the most utterly infamous and insane slasher films to come out of the ’80s: Pieces (1982).
Pieces was directed by the director of Juan Piquer Simón, and starring Christopher George, Lynda Day George, Frank Braña, Edmund Purdom, Paul L. Smith, Ian Sera, and Jack Taylor.
If you have never listened to a commentary before and want to watch the film along with the podcast, here is how it works. You simply need to grab a copy of the film or load it up on Tubi (you may need alcohol), and sync up the podcast audio with the film. We will tell you when to press and you follow along, it is that easy! Because we have watched the films on Tubi, it is a free service and there are ads, however we will give a warning when it comes up, so you can pause the film.
* Batch has never seen Pieces before. Boy, is he in for a wild ride
* Wait… Bede owns the nude puzzle that’s in this film?! How?!
* Yep. This film was definitely a fantasy about college nerds
* Is there anything *really* more wonderful than smoking pot and having sex on a water bed?
* A lot of scenes in Pieces feel like they were just put there to extend the running time
* There’s a lot of… Umm… Interesting trivia about this film
* So… Many… Boobs
* Plus much, much more!
DISCLAIMER: This audio commentary isn’t meant to be taken seriously, it is just a humourous look at a film. It is for entertainment purposes, we do not wish to offend anyone who worked on and in the film, we have respect for you all.
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