It’s Killer Cops week at the ole drive in. First up we’re talking about a low budget film Psycho Cop. After that it’s the battle of the chins as Robert Z’Dar takes on Bruce Campbell in Maniac Cop. In reality Tom Atkins mustache takes them all out. After that we talk about Mother, Solo, The Stepfather, Re-Animator, GLOW, and The Pack.
We’re talking some horror comedies. First up is High Spirits with The Gute Steve Guttenburg and a cast that has to be seen to be believed. After that we follow it up with a movie that killed Dan Akroyd’s career. Nothing But Trouble. After that we talk some Luke Cage, Jurassic World, Final Exam, Alone In The Dark, and Orca.
Joe Bob Briggs is proclaiming this his LAST time hosting his Drive-In show. On Friday the 13th in July Shudder will be hosting 24 hours of movies hosted by Joe Bob Briggs. He’ll be doing his classic format even with movie breaks even though Shudder doesn’t have commercials. And this is a LIVE event. No watching it after it happens. Watch the promo below and then read the details:
JOE BOB TO HOST 24-HOUR MOVIE MARATHON ON FRIDAY THE 13TH THIS JULY ON SHUDDER
I’m gonna put on the black hat, polish the belt buckle, dust off the Lazy-Boy recliner, and settle in at the trailer house for my movie-hosting farewell tour….13 movies starting on Friday the 13th this July on Shudder, the streaming service owned by AMC.
It’ll kick off at 9pm ET (6pmPDT) on Shudder, and we’re going dusk to dawn til almost dusk again. The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs is 13 movies on Friday the 13th with all the classic Joe Bob elements–the trailer house set, a new Mail Girl, digressions, rants, offbeat celebrity interviews, the Drive-In Totals, and interruptions to talk about the movie. (We have commercial breaks on a network that has no commercials. Possibly a television first.)
I’ll be sending out more details soon about exactly how you can sign up for Shudder to watch the show as it airs.
Hey look it’s Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee. Two awesome guys that go great together. First we check out the thriller with quite a twist Nothing But The Night. After that we look at what pure evil actually is. Being really slutty in The Creeping Flesh. After that we talk Hereditary, The Curse Of Frankenstein, Cargo, I Don’t Feel At Home In This World Anymore, Hotel Artemis, The Endless, and Ginger Snaps. That’s a lot of movies.
We missed Mother’s Day by a week and then randomly decided to do two movies about dead mothers. We’re on the ball. Anyway we talk about the Peter Jackson classic Dead Alive (aka Braindead) and the Steve Buscemi comedy Ed And His Dead Mother. There is a small discussion about the state of the Star Wars Universe, Deadpool 2, and a non-recommend from Doug.
This week we’re teaming up two movies that I have once again forgotten why. But we mention it in the episode. First up is the Argento/Luci joint Demons. After that we talk some Rawhead Rex. During the show we also find out Noah’s hatred for a 90’s horror franchise, talk the upcoming THE PREDATOR, and read a lot of long ass emails.
It’s that season. It’s time for some Dystopian Sports! We’ll b talking about two movies from 1975 that feature what could be televised sports in the future. First up is James Caan in Rollerball. Then after that it’s time to rev your engines for the Corman classic Death Race 2000! We also talk about Jason X, Spider-Man, Leatherface, King of Kong, the new Netflix series Lost in Space, and Sorcerer.
After a month of Critters and Leprechaun movies we decided maybe it was time for some nature fights back films. First up is Sam Elliott as a photographer/nature specialist fighting mind controlling Frogs! Then make sure you check your salad as we’ll be talking some mutant radioactive Slugs! Also Bryan tells you about a tattoo dream he had that now has to become a reality, some films discussed are Ready Player One, The Night Visitor, and Game Over Man!
Hope the Easter Bunny brought you lots of candy. While you’re out searching for Easter Eggs enjoy our Easter Show!!!! We also chat about Phantasm Ravager, Chopping Mall, Sorority Babes In The Slimeball Bowlarama, Parents, Bone Tomahawk, and Good Time. Plus your feedback! Happy Easter Everyone!
We decided to do something a little different this week and we went with some sci-fi films set IN SPAAAAAAACE! We’ll be talking Critters 4 and Leprechaun 4. On top of that we chat about Jessica Jones, The Gate, Brawl In Cell Block 99 (yes again), Psycho, and Blood Feast.
To celebrate the work of Christina Criswell we decided to check out the movies Critters 3 and Leprechaun 3. That make up . . . We end up enjoying one of the movies immensely and the other just so/so. After that we chat about Fargo, The Poughkipsee Tapes, Veronica, and The Strangers: Prey At Night. Enjoy!
Who loves props? We do. That’s why this episode we’re celebrating prop maker Michael W. Moore. We’ll be talking about 2 of our favorite films of his Critters 2 and Leprechaun 2. So sit back and let’s talk some wrought iron, critterballs, and motorboating a lawnmower. Also we come with our own sequel to the Leprechaun franchise called Leprechauns. It’s pretty great. Also we chat some Brawl In Cell Block 99, Slasher, and Fargo.
For some reason it was decided we should watch Critters and Leprechaun for this week’s show. The only reason Doug gave was “Little things eating people.” Seemed like a good enough excuse to me. Other things we talked about were Mom & Dad, Slasher, and Coffy. We also ramble a lot in this episode. Enjoy.
Work commitments kept us from recording a new Midnight Drive-In this week so we decided to dust off a classic episode of The Last Horrorcast and drop it in for a nostalgic look back before Bryan and Noah were on the show. Enjoy.
Grab a blanket and some hot chocolate. This week we are discussing a couple winter horror films. Despite some major technical issues during recording, we managed to actually record few thoughts on Frozen (2010) and We Are Still Here (2015).
We had a lot of fan mail this week, as well as some updates on our ongoing contest. Be sure to listen for the update.
Welcome to a long episode. Why? Well we start off the show with Noah asking who is the best Muppet and devolve into the politics of gay unions on Sesame Street. We finally do talk about some Motel Horror with Eaten Alive and Motel Hell. After that we chat about A Nightmare On Elm Street, Return Of The Living Dead, and some SNL with I Am Chris Farley. Also a listener email brings a secret about the show to the foreground that not everyone may know.
We decide to take a look into what happens when those closest to us turn into monsters. We check out My Mom Is A Werewolf and My Best Friend Is A Vampire. Also we talk about completely selling out to the podcast gods, Insidious 4, and Doug talks some Hammer Horror.
Merry Christmas! If you’re reading this then you got super sick of your family and their bullshit and decided to put in your earbuds and be whisked away to The Midnight Drive-In where there are plenty of Ho Ho Ho’s and the eggnog has been swapped out for straight whiskey. For your Christmas enjoyment we’re talking about two holiday themed movies with Santa’s Slay starring Goooooooldberg, and the new release Better Watch Out.
Also we chat about some other things we watched like How To Build A Time Machine, Batman: Return Of The Caped Crusaders, get some feedback for The Last Horrorcast, and at the end of the show Noah gets challenged to a bet that is really just a lose/lose situation.
We’re kicking off the Christmas season with two movies about killer snowmen. Well really they are one franchise about killer snowmen. We talk about Jack Frost and Jack Frost 2. Also Noah tells us how he gets into nerd arguments with strangers, we talk about Super Dark Times, The Punisher, and the news of Disney buying 21st Century Fox.
This week we’re looking at two films that have a cameo by the Almighty Lemmy. First up is the James Gunn penned Troma film Tromeo & Julliette. After that we check out the 1990 sci fi horror film Hardware. After some listener mail we get into some other stuff we’ve watch such as Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond, Noah watched the entire SAW franchise, the 30 For 30 documentary on Ric Flair, and Joe Lynch’s new film Mayhem. Then at the end for no real reason we make fun of The Flat Earth Society.
This week we’re talking about pork movies with Daddy’s Deadly Darling (aka PIGS) and Razorback! We weirdly start off the show talking about Kevin Spacey that then goes to Victor Silva and Corey Feldman. After all that we actually have some listener mail, talk about such things as Happy Death Day (yes again), Stranger Things 2, and Jigsaw.