This special Christmas episode covers two beloved classics, featuring cuddly fuzzy animals and horrific wholesale slaughter. First up: the 1939 cartoon short "Peace on Earth," which features the horrors of WWI and the worst music ever recorded. Then its 1955 remake takes the stage; "Good Will to Men" features better music, cuter characters, and all-new weapons of mass slaughter. Both contain a totally unsubtle message of love, peace, and Christianity.Truly, they embody the spirit of Christmas.Also, Bill hurts himself. Again.Enjoy!
William McReady has been stuck in a remote fall-out shelter for years. And he is bored to death.He's been watching a lot of movies, and now he wants to talk about the ones he relates to the most: Post-apocalyptica. The kind of movies where people tear around desolate landscapes in beat-up, rusted-out vehicle. And wear spikes. Lots of spikes.These films contain important lessons for surviving in the wasteland. And now, Neutron Bill is here to teach them!Welcome to Aftermath Cinema.