Zack: This is more what I think of when I think of Kult: weirdly sinister scenes that make no sense.
Steve: What doesn't make sense? Richard O'Brien from Rocky Horror and his twin brother are buying AK-47s from a meth addict.
Zack: Do they usually store assault rifles in a crate labeled "DANGER"? I thought that was for dynamite.
Steve: Maybe the meth addict was smuggling them.
Zack: Yeah, that is a good idea to smuggle guns in the crates for explosives. Because if they find the guns the border guards will be like "well this is actually not as bad as the dynamite we thought was in there, so you're free to go."
Steve: Smuggling is all about managing expectations.
Zack: Exactly what they teach vampires at the school of hard knocks.
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