Jan 19, 2022
On this month's episode, we're taking a look at the 2012 siege thriller, Stash House! In this variation on Panic Room and Assault on Precinct 13, Sean Faris and Brianna Evigan are a young married couple who buy a recently foreclosed house. Yet unbeknownst to them, the house is actually the property of a drug syndicate... And they've sent a couple of their enforcers to retrieve what's rightfully theirs! Dolph Lundgren plays Spector, a beleaguered company man working for the cartel who will do anything to ensure that his job is seen through! Yes, Dolph goes back to playing a villain once again, albiet in a smaller film, but there's still some fun to be had! Joining me to discuss this one is Cam Sully from The Jacked Up Review Show Podcast! Which tropes of the confined thriller subgenre does this film play with, and which does it leave out? What's with all the security camera footage? What works with Dolph's villainous character... and what doesn't? And just what was stripped from this film, narratively? Listen in as Cam and I enter the Stash House!
Major thanks to Cam Sully for joining me! Please be sure to check out his podcast -- The Jacked Up Review Show: https://jackedupreviewshow.podbean.com/. Also, please check out Cam's writings and reviews over on The Action Elite: https://theactionelite.com/author/cam-sully/. Please feel free to rate and review the show on iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever else you go to subscribe! Also, take a look at the other shows on the Last of the Action Heroes Podcast Network! Lastly, please check out the Facebook page for the show: www.facebook.com/imustbreakthispodcast as well as the official web page for the show: www.imustbreakthispodcast.wordpress.com. Intro. and outro. music for the show is "Sports Action" by Audionautix.