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Rabbit In Red: Deadpool, Old Man Logan, R-Ratings and The Witch

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We are back with another episode of Rabbit In Red and we course correct after last week's snafu. John and I explain what you missed because of my human error and then when dig deep into the world of comic book movies.

To start off we talk Deadpool, Batman v Superman, X-Men and Wolverine and why Hollywood (studios) will be rushing to use the R-rating as a marketing gimmick. After that we talk about what films warrant a R-rating and which ones don't.

On the B side we cover The Witch, Turbo Kid and what how to fix the Green Lantern and Ghostrider franchise.

Rabbit In Red is recorded in front of a dead studio audience.


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Deadpool - This is the origin story of former Special Forces operative turned mercenary Wade Wilson, who after being subjected to a rogue experiment that leaves him with accelerated healing powers, adopts the alter ego Deadpool. Armed with his new abilities and a dark, twisted sense of humor, Deadpool hunts down the man who nearly destroyed his life.

The Witch - In 1630 New England, panic and despair envelops a farmer (Ralph Ineson), his wife (Kate Dickie) and four of their children when youngest son Samuel suddenly vanishes. The family blames Thomasin (Anya Taylor-Joy), the oldest daughter who was watching the boy at the time of his disappearance. With suspicion and paranoia mounting, twin siblings Mercy (Ellie Grainger) and Jonas (Lucas Dawson) suspect Thomasin of witchcraft, testing the clan's faith, loyalty and love to one another.

Turbo Kid - In a post-apocalyptic wasteland, an orphaned teen (Munro Chambers) must battle a ruthless warlord (Michael Ironside) to save the girl (Laurence Leboeuf) of his dreams.

Wolverine: Old Man Logan - An eight-issue storyline from the Wolverine ongoing series by writer Mark Millar and artist Steve McNiven. Set over fifty years in the future, it uses a similar premise to another Millar book, Wanted, in which the world's supervillains band together to finally destroy all superheroes. The hardcover collected edition was published January 1, 2010.