Hey now, Evil Geeks! In this latest episode Chris and Tom are resurrecting the Stallone Film Society for the first time in a very long time with help from special guest Ken Reid of the TV Guidance Counselor podcast. The trio attempt to talk the 1995 “classic” Judge Dredd, but luckily end up talking about much better movies, then end up creating a film franchise for America’s favorite new fictional action hero: Tighter Reigns!
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Sylvester Stallone is the man. He made the name Sylvester cool again. Before him it was reserved for cats with speech impediments. His movies are full of men with awesomely ridiculous names-Marion Cobretti, Lincoln Hawk, Deke DeSilva-a name I couldn’t write without being spell checked a thousand times-and many many more. Regardless of the characters name, Sly, who also writes many of his movies, likes to put many of his characters in a similar situation-the prison break. Sylvester Stallone likes to break out of prison, that’s all there is to it. And odds are he’s going to do it again. Here are six reasons why Sylvester Stallone has broken out of prison: