This week, Bill and Sam are joined by self-proclaimed floral goth, cosmic hostess, giallo junkie, Chicago native, hot yoga addict, UFO valet and total weirdo Stephanie Sack to go within two movies with women on the verge. Join us this Saturday at 8 PM EST on the Groovy Doom Facebook and YouTube channel.

Up first, we’re going to the moon via Italy with the astounding Footprints on the Moon. You can watch it on Tubi, Shudder and YouTube. You can also download the Italian version on the Internet Archive.

Every week, we watch two movies. But more importantly, we discuss why they’re so important, the ad campaigns behind them and also make drinks that tie into each film. Here’s the first drink.

To the Moon (from the Mr. Boston Bartending Guide)

  • .25 oz. Kaluha
  • .25 oz. Bailey’s Irish Cream
  • .25 oz. amaretto
  • .25 oz. high proof rum
  1. Stir with ice and strain into a chilled shot glass.

Alternatively, and this is for the brave, there’s this…

Footprints On the Amber Moon

  • 3 oz. whiskey
  • Raw egg
  • Dash of Tobasco
  1. Pour whiskey into a glass, then crack a raw egg and drop into the glass. Don’t break the yoke or the ghost of Klaus Kinski will haunt you.
  2. Add some Tobasco, do a count down and ignite the engines.

Our second movie might have the most A List talent we’ve ever had on the show, Liz Taylor. Yes, it’s Identikit. You can watch it on Tubi, Shudder and YouTube.

Liz Taylor (from Bar Chef Lu Brow at Café Adelaide in New Orleans)

  • 1.25 oz. Absolut Citron vodka
  • .5 oz. triple sec
  • .5 oz. blue curacao
  • .5 oz. lemon juice
  • 1 oz. cranberry juice
  1. Shake all ingredients in a shaker filled with ice.
  2. Strain into a martini glass and drink.

See you Saturday!

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