Welcome back to the Summer of ’97, horror fans! We’re taking a fun detour into the world of Action but don’t you worry, your horror hosts Kim & Jon of a fun fan theory about how Con Air (1997) might actually be a sister film to one of your favorite unrated gems from the early 2000s. And even if Action movies aren’t really your thing, I think we can all agree it’s always fun to see Nicolas Cage (with a bad Alabama accent) fist-fighting his way through a gang of ruthless serial killers with nothing left to lose. Join ussss….
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