308: The one about Pandemic


Welcome to episode 308. Today, we watch “Pandemic”!

Pandemic is set in the near future, where a virus of epic proportions has overtaken the planet. There are more infected than uninfected, and humanity is losing its grip on survival. Its only hope is finding a cure and keeping the infected contained. Lauren (Rachel Nichols) is a doctor, who, after the fall of New York, comes to Los Angeles to lead a team to hunt for and rescue uninfected survivors.

Join Scott, Randy, Dunaway, and Ibbott as they beat a ham to death.

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6 thoughts on “308: The one about Pandemic

  1. Pingback: 308: The one about Pandemic - BRIAN DUNAWAY

  2. Scott I think you might be giving the actors a bit too much credit in terms of ‘why they’d do this POS’. None of them are household names in terms of actors and I think with a lot of them, its a paycheck and as you know in Hollywood, that paycheck can dry up as fast as it came along. Look at Michael Caine. The man has never turned down a movie role because for him, acting is just a job to pay the bills.

  3. I had to watch this movie through a gap between two other windows on my computer’s monitor. And there was a lot of looking down, looking elsewhere, because a sustained view of the screen would’ve triggered vertigo. And as bad as Film Sack movies frequently are, I didn’t want to say that one of them made me literally nauseated or have to lie down and re-calibrate my poor addled brain.

    And of course there was the gore. In some cases, the actually quite well-done gore. I thought it was too much, but I can see how getting to work on a film like this would be a make-up/effects artist’s dream…..although have you seen the extras for the remake of Dawn of the Dead? That looks like a blast! I so wish Film Sack could watch that, but it’s not streaming. Maybe next year.

    You know what is streaming on Netflix? The remake of Amityville Horror, with Ryan Reynolds. You might keep that on standby.

    • I never saw this but when I heard Scott say it was shot in first person that was all I needed to know I wasn’t watching it. I lasted about 20 minutes into Blair Witch when I had to go lay down till the room stopped spinning. One that was shot in that manner that I was actually able to tough it out was Frankenstein’s Army which was probably one of the more disturbing movies I’ve seen.

      Ditto on the Dawn of the Dead remake. I rarely enjoy remakes but that one was exceptional and Michael Kelly stole the show.

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