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Second Class Cinema Episode 63: Dangerous Men (2005)

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Happy New Year!

It was a great year here at Second Class Cinema. We've watched a lot of movies- some great, some not so much- had a ton of great guests on, and more importantly- we have had a blast doing it. Our podbean reached 10,000 plays this week, and it means a lot to us that anyone at all enjoys listening to us be morons. So, thanks for that! For our first episode of the new year, we were joined by our friend Aaron in viewing the newest Drafthouse flick, Dangerous Men.

After being kidnapped by her fiance's murderer- and her would-be rapist- Mina exacts revenge and goes on a killing spree to rid LA of all of it's scummy and dangerous men. Unfortunately for her, a detective- who also happens to be her fiance's brother- is hot on her heels as he attempts to solve the string of murders and destroy the biker gang responsible for his brothers death.

The synopsis above is much, much more succinct than the actual film itself. In this episode we discuss the motivations of the characters, why everyone loves rape so much, and buttcrack weaponry. If by the end of this episode you still have no idea what this movie is about, then you will have understood perfectly.

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