Cavebabble Episode 278 celebrates Christmas by singing in a musical, hanging out at a bowling alley, and helping Anna protect Scotland from zombies. Join us for Anna and the Apocalypse, the genre-mashing 2017 movie directed by John McPhail. This episode is brought to you by Killer Classmates.
History, humor, and the macabre combine for a double feature of murder and manhood. Burke & Hare learn the business of bodies in 1800’s Scotland, and The Final Member searches for the crowning exhibit of its phallological collection in modern Iceland. Join us us if you dare! This episode is brought to you by Parts Is Parts.
Tonight, we celebrate all things Scottish with the cult classic, Highlander, and a very special Cavebabble Eats Odd Things featuring canned haggis and a homemade pipe. Join us! Thanks go out to Our Friend Russell for providing a sack of Scottish delights for us to try. This episode is brought to you by Too Many Ones.
You can’t get much different films than Neil Marshall’s Doomsday, and Ang Lee’s The Life of Pi. But much like Doomsday is a mashup of half a dozen or more science fiction and fantasy films, we see no reason not to cover both films in one Cavebabble episode. From the quarantined wilds of Scotland to a lifeboat bursting with the wild, we are here to chat about the nature of nature, and the humanity of humanity. This episode is brought to you by Tigers With Mohawks.