This skeezy episode we’re checking out two exploitation films about weirdo brothers kidnapping women. First up we lament the ripping off of PSYCHO in SCHOOLGIRLS IN CHAINS. Then we wonder what the point is in MOTHER’S DAY.
We’re looking at evil clowns in this episode. First, we see what happens when a clown returns from the dead to get revenge in STITCHES. Then we find out about a cursed clown suit that turns people into demons in CLOWN.
Tonight, Bryan and I say goodbye. Last year we set out on a journey to see how well some of the highest (and lowest) regarded horror movies stood up to the viewing of a newbie to horror. There were some surprises along the way for sure. And while there are plenty more movies to watch, at this point we’re passing the torch to you, the listener to decide what’s good and what’s bad. We leave you with one last classic, The Bride of Frankenstein.
This week Bryan wanted something fun, so we decided to take some liberties with the term “classic” and watch Night of the Creeps.
This week we’re looking at the kids of famous filmmakers. First up is the Brandon Cronenberg film about people’s obsessions with celebrity in ANTIVIRAL. Then Jennifer Lynch takes us in the home of a twisted serial killer that is unsurprisingly played by Vincent D’ Onofrio in CHAINED.
To celebrate Jamie Lee Curtis winning an Oscar, we’re reviewing two of her earlier films. It’s time for the big night as we get dressed up for PROM NIGHT. Then it’s our first day on the job when we face off against a robber in BLUE STEEL. Congrats Jamie Lee!
It’s FINALLY the end of Fanuary. Noah decided we should do a couple of found-footage movies. First up is a mysterious mass killing in SAVAGELAND. Then people keep disappearing and reappearing in HOWARD’S MILL.
This week we finally get around to watching Angela Bettis in one of the greatest under the radar horror movies of all time, May.
This week we travel back to 1976 to learn why children are literally the worst.
It’s meta week here during Fanuary. First up we go where no man has gone before in GALAXY QUEST. Then we pack plenty of bean curd as we head off to fight monsters in a mine in MY NAME IS BRUCE.
This week we finally get around to letting Bryan watch House of 1000 Corpses. It’s been a long time since Scott has seen this one as well, so come see if it holds up for him too.
This week we dive into the Japanese horror phenomenon with the 2004 American remake of The Grudge.
We’re looking at two films about phone lines. First up, someone is killing phone sex operators in OUT OF THE DARK. Then Freddy directs a movie about a kid calling a hotline to learn his horoscope, for evil, in 976 EVIL.
This week Scott’s joined by special guest, Doug. We discuss Lucio Fulci’s Zombie and discuss why all movies need to have a scene of a shark fighting a zombie.
It’s time to ring in the new year with two themed horror films. First up we visit an abandoned resort and teleport back to the 50s in BLOODY NEW YEAR. Then we stumble upon a random building and . . . well . . . we don’t know what happens really in GHOSTKEEPER. Happy New Year to everyone!
This week we tackle another essentail horror movie that Bryan has somehow never seen, Psycho.
This week we take a look back at the 1974 holiday favorite, Black Christmas.
It’s our Christmas Episode! We’re joined by Scott and later Bryan from the Fresh Brains Podcast. First up we review the theatrical Santa movie VIOLENT NIGHT. Then we get our drinking on with a robotic Santa in CHRISTMAS BLOODY CHRISTMAS. After that Bryan joins us for a fun segment where we all pitch our own insane Christmas movie. You’ll get five unique tales to celebrate your holidays with.
We’re taking a look at some vampire films this week that takes a twist on old vampire lore. First up, we look at old artifacts that can make you want blood in CRONOS. Then a strange girl moves in next door and convinces a young boy to stand up for himself in LET THE RIGHT ONE IN.
This week come get a double dose of Bryan as we’re joined by special guest Bryan Wolford and discuss The Return of the Living Dead. Can you handle this much Bryan? Honestly, I doubt it.