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Yes! It's time to dive back into weird cult Asian Shaw Brothers films! We take on two movies about spells of love and death with Black Magic (1975) & Black Magic 2 (1976). Two movies about people being so greedy they will pay a magician to help them kill or fall in love. Only things don't always go to plan and end in some of the weirdest weirdest whacked out deaths. Were these films the wacky over the top practical FX you have come to love in a Shaw Brothers film? We break down our thoughts on both and point out a lot of funny stuff. Join us won’t you?
We finish out the REC franchise with [REC]3: Genesis & [REC] 4: Apocalypse. Are they as good as the original? What do we think of them? We finish the adventure with one from a Wedding night with part 3 and one on a boat in the middle of the ocean. Both infest with your favorite REC creatures. It's the end of the world as we know it. Join us in it's demise as we cover all the trivia about both these movies and our favorite scenes.
We take our first steps towards completing the Spanish found footage Franchise of [REC]! It's one of Alex's favorite. This week it's part 1 & 2 of the infamous series that spawned into existence the production of a US remake called Quarantine almost immediately. These films went on to much acclaim around the world for it's ingenuity and story. We talk about all the trivia that you want to know about both these films and of course which of the 2 we prefer most. This was Britni’s first time seeing part 2 AND we also make a #horrorshot based on the [REC] franchise!
Hippity Hoppity Happity Easter everyone! It's a new week and we have special guest Corin Nemec of “Star Gate SG-1” fame and “Parker Lewis Can't Lose” to discuss his new movie Rottentail (2018). Which is about a killer easter bunny who gets unhinged and a bit murdery. Tis the season. Based off a graphic novel with the same story. Find out what he's been up to, our review of the movie and also what Britni and Alex think of the new Swamp Thing /Childs Play trailers! All in this weeks episode!
It's that time! We made up a movie from one of our listeners/guests donated horror movie names for our creative segment #GravePlots! Mike Saga donated the title “Rabid Suburban Poodles”. So we dove in and came up with a crazy story about a maid who injects a rich families poodles with a untested material that turns them into rabid killers in a rich neighborhood. It's a gory comedy that you won't want to miss and we made it up on the spot! Check it out. PLUS we even cover the news this week.
It's Alex's Birthday and we decided to check out the new Stephen King Remake “Pet Sematary” (2019) to see how it stacked up against the original film. Is it as bad as some are saying? Is it worse? Is this slam dunk? We do a spoiler free review first (not even discussing the trailer) and then we jump into our spoilers afterwards. See what we think about the new remake now and don't forget to check out our Horrorshot based around the movie too. It may help to wash away the nightmares. * spooky laugh *
We return to those little meat eating space porcupines you love? with Critters: A New Binge [Shudder]. Plus, we take on one of the supposedly worst films ever made about little ankle bitters that turn your fantasies into physical reality while they wreak mischief on a bunch of horny teens called Hobgoblins (1988). It's an epic showdown of tiny terrors and bad humor that you might not be surprised by. Find out. Plus we made shots for one of the movies to wash it all down.
Jordan Peele’s “Us” is finally out! We review the new film and give our spoiler FREE reviews on it , plus afterwards we delve into the spoiler theories and metaphors hidden in the film. Don't worry we give you plenty of warning before we spoil anything. So if you want to come back after watching the film to our spoilers section you can. You will want to come back and see what we thought about the film and it's meanings. Plus we even made a new #horrorshot for the movie!
What's it with evil kids and their holes in the ground that makes us all bugaboo? This week we explore two movies with a common theme of holes in the ground and weird little kids who love them. We review The Pit (1981) about a boy named Jamie who perves out on people and throws people in a pit of monsters for the sake of his teddy bear who told him to. Then we tack on a new movie called The Hole In The Ground (2019) About a mother and her son who stumble upon a giant hole and suddenly her son starts acting extremely weird. Is it her son? Find out. Plus we cover the news and a #horrorshot this week!
This week we take on two sleazy & beastly movies in horror. One new and one old. First we talk about the new movie Cherokee Creek (2018). A horror comedy about a killer big foot that goes ape on a few bachelor party goers. Then we dive into another beast like sci fi shot on video styled movie about space creatures coming to earth to eat people. This one is called Beasties (1991) and boy is it special and also was donated to the podcast by one of our listeners Patrick Lemke! Thanks buddy Plus we even made a shot based off one of the movies!