Autopsy Plus #1

Our newest video feature has us doing the first two movies from the Sharknado SERIES. The reason we call these videos Autopsy Plus is because in order to do the movies in a series, we are talking about more than one movie. The second movie of the series will depend on us talking about part one and it’s conclusion. This video will contain spoilers! Please be advised! Cue the klaxons! Red Alert! Shields Up! Spoilers ahead!

6 thoughts on “Autopsy Plus #1

  1. Dilsiamart, I hope by now you’ve seen the video and that we convinced you to at least check out the first movie. It is intentionally tongue-in-cheek, campy, silly fun. It’s okay if you don’t like it. Not everyone has the same taste in movies. I still love you.


    1. Mustache, I did watch your Autopsy Plus video! You two crack me up! So I said to myself why not, they rated it 3 1/2 Grey Geeks, it’s on Amazon Prime and you sat through Pride and Prejudice and Zombies and Anna and the Apocalypse and you were pleasantly surprised so give it a go. So I sat down to watch. I’m sorry to say that I only lasted about 15 minutes. Gave up after the beach attack. Not for me! It must be a guy thing! Sorry guys!

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  2. Dilsiamart, sorry you didn’t like Sharknado. We try to be as honest with our reviews as possible, and by no means do I expect EVERYONE to love EVERYTHING we recommend. Not everyone has the same sense of humor, so glad you gave it a shot. Did you like Pride, Prejudice, and Zombies? I was thinking of watching it for the “Ide”s of March. Also, what about Anna and the Apocalypse? Give me a rating for both.


  3. What can I say, my favorite kinds of movies are period pieces. I have watched every version of Pride and Prejudice out there including the Bollywood version. I loved the Zombie one. It’s suspenseful, creepy, and filled with action without losing the spirit of Jane Austen’s romance novel! Although it’s set in 1800’s during a plague there are parts that are very forward thinking! In one scene the father (played by the actor who portrayed Tywin Lannister) states, our daughters are trained for battle sir not for kitchens! Darcy acknowledges that an accomplished woman must have a thorough knowledge of singing, dancing and the art of war. Lol! Lily James who played Cinderella in the live action Disney movie is wonderful as Elizabeth Bennett. She fights Darcy when he declares his love for her not only with words but her fists, martial arts moves and even pulls a dagger from her garter. I think this movie is well done as a parody of a beloved classic. Watch it you will not be disappointed.

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