Ep. 112 — SPEED (1994) with Todd Davis

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Our "Try Hard" series concludes this week with a look at 90s action classic SPEED!

We're joined this week by special guest Todd Davis to take a deep dive into what makes this movie work, and why it's one of the  more enduring films to come out of the post-DIE HARDera of action films. 

As always, in addition to our analysis of the film itself, we'll discuss how it came to be, from script to final product, including a break down of how some of the movie's insane stunts were accomplished.

And this week, we're nominating SPEEDfor the Psychotronic Hall of Fame! Do you think it deserves a spot among the greatest genre films of all time?

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Speaking of voting, it's time to vote for the Psychotronic Film Awards 2018: People's Choice Award! What was your favorite genre film of 2018? Vote to let us know! We'll reveal the winner in our upcoming 2018 wrap up episode and the winner will be discussed in a future episode as a possible inductee into the Psychotronic Hall of Fame!

VOTE: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LRD6FTZ

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