Depending on how arty you want to sound.

Depending on how arty you want to sound.

Get ready for a monster.

No,  not the enormous wolf-thing that eminent old-time badasses  Samuel Le Bihan and Mark Dacascos have to battle in this month’s film. No, this installment’s show is a commentary on a film which lasts a mighty 139 minutes.

RJ Bayley and Louise Boyd are choosing to celebrate that most famous of non-UK dates; yes, that’s right its Bastille Day (Independance what?)!

And to mark Bastille Day (Eng: ‘Bastard’s Day’) we’re watching the French historical horror Brotherhood of the Wolf.

But why this French horror in particular? Well, as Wikipedia can sum up more concisely that I can:

“The phrase dog days refers to the sultry days of summer. In the Northern Hemisphere, the dog days of summer are most commonly experienced in the months of July and August, which typically observe the warmest summer temperatures.”

Ignore the August part. We got August covered.

You see! French horror and dog horror! That’s called planning.

Still, do we even manage to haul ass all the way through the entire gargantuan movie? Check out the webcast and see!

Brotherhood of the Wolf Webcast

RJ Bayley & Louise Boyd, from left to right.

RJ Bayley & Louise Boyd, from left to right.

Listen on Stitcher

Are we too harsh on or happy with Brotherhood of the Wolf? Is it just too long? What’s your most flouncy coat? Let us know in the comments below!
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