Make Movies Great Again Episode 36 for October 25, 2017.
On today’s show we’ve got three new movie trailers, including Daniel Day Lewis’ last movie, Phantom Thread, Tom Hardy is going full MO CAP for Venom and James Gunn shoots off his 50 favorite horror movies. You can chat with us on Twitter @MakeMovieGreat, toss us a like on Facebook @MakeMoviesGreat and like all our pictures on instagram, @MakeMoviesgreat. Don’t forget, this podcast is available on iTunes, Stitcher Radio and YouTube.
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On this week’s podcast, we talk about Monday Night Raw, the Brontosaurus becoming a dinosaur, the one person (alive or dead) we’d want to have a beer with and much more. The Doctah is also back behind the microphone and gives us his words of the day, sex facts and asks us some tough questions. Enjoy!
Snake Bites And Kills Chef 20 Minutes After It’s Head Had Been Chopped Off. In Other News, I’m Moving To The Moon
A chef preparing a dish from cobra flesh died when the snake’s head bit him – 20 minutes AFTER it was cut off.
Victim Peng Fan had been preparing a special dish made from the Indochinese spitting cobra, a rare delicacy in Asia where eating snakes is commonplace.
But when he went to throw the serpent’s severed head into the waste bin, it bit him – injecting him with its fast acting venom.
Police say Mr Peng died before he could be given life saving anti-venom in hospital. – mirror.co.uk
Oh hey there, just preparing dinner, oh look I forgot to throw the snake head away….AND…I’m DEAD.
First of all, people need to be more careful around snakes. I don’t care if this snake head had been sitting on the counter for a fortnight, I ain’t just going to pick it up all willy-nilly. I am going to pick it up like i’m defusing a nuclear bomb–slow and steady wins the race here. Here’s my next question, how much of this “accident” was the dead snake biting him and how much was this guy not paying attention and stabbing himself with one of the giant snake fangs covered in venom. I would like to believe the former, but something tells me that the chef that cooks poisonous snakes without anti-venom nearby isn’t the most cautious of fellows.