Computers rule our lives but is that a good thing? This week we look at two movies that show how computers can ruin your life . . . sort of. First up is Clint Howard in Evilspeak. We then follow that up with Edward Furlong in Brainscan. Also Noah tells us of his adventures on the high seas!
This year I wanted to mix it up with indie horror but finishing it off with my favorites… What will you be watching Halloween night?
Earth Day (2012)
The Final Girls
President’s Day (2010)
A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master
This week we’re watching movies where people watch movies and then get pulled into them. First up we get to see Arnold make fun of the action film in Last Action Hero. After that we head to Camp Bloodbath with The Final Girls. With Noah out on the high seas we decided to bring in filmmaker Tony Wash to give his thoughts as well as plug his wares as he has 3 feature films out or about to come out in 2018 alone. If you want to check out more of his stuff head on over to Scotchworthy Productions and pick up some movies.
This week we’re going Double Fly. First we check out the 1958 Vincent Price version of The Fly. After that we take a comparison look at the 1986 David Cronenberg version of The Fly. Noah also tells us a horrible true store, we talk about Hell Fest, and get confused with the new Jeremy Sauliner film Hold The Dark.
We’re getting our first look at Robert Englund as Freddy Krueger in the upcoming Halloween episode of the popular sit-com The Goldbergs.
It has been just over 15 years since we saw Englund wear the glove in any official capacity on screen. Englund had said 2003’s Freddy Vs. Jason would be his last dance with the role he made legend, it now looks like we have one more chance to meet the man of our dreams.
The Halloween episode of The Goldbergs is set to air October 24th. 1….2…. Freddy’s Coming For You……
Back in the late 90’s and early 00’s, any kid that wandered into their local Spencer’s Gifts or Hot Topics would eventually come face to face with some of the most amazing genre based collectible figurines.
Legendary comic creator Todd McFarlane launched a line of collectibles called Movie Maniacs. Amazingly intricate and detailed figurines of the icons of horror. Freddy, Jason, Leatherface and so many more were able to be brought home to adorn our shelves. But like so many things, they went the way of the dodo.
Now, in the age of ultimate nostalgia, McFarlane is bringing back his line of creepy collectibles
During an interview at New York Comic Con over the weekend, Todd McFarlane told IGN that a handful of the lines that put the company on the map will be coming back.
“We live in a brave new world now where you can go literally from production to the consumer, right? You can cut out all the middle men and we’re seeing that with Kickstarters and people doing direct, you know, dot com,” McFarlane told the site. “So what we’re gonna do is, when we started McFarlane Toys twenty-plus years ago, we were built on the detailed stuff, doing all these cool monsters and all this sort of wicked stuff. Unfortunately, the stores we were selling to at that point, like Tower Records and Suncoast and Babbage’s and KB Toys, and all these other ones, they’ve all fallen to the wayside.”
But it won’t just be the Movie Maniac line, McFarlane dropped another big bombshell when he said “So we’re gonna go back to our origins and we’re gonna go, hey, for all you people who like Tortured Souls? There’s gonna be more. For all you people who like some of the Movie Maniacs? There’s gonna be more. But even the new — the stuff we just created, like Dragons? More. Spawn? More. Twisted Tales? More.”
It’s everything my teenage self with no disposable income could have desired. If you have forgotten what they looked like, check out below for a look at some of the original line of the Maniacs and then start putting your pennies away. Watch out Funko, McFarlane Toys is coming for you…
My first introduction to Hellboy was from the first movie. I hadn’t become the Del Toro fanboy that I am now. I knew Ron Pearlman as The Beast from the TV version of Beauty And The Beast. I thought the movie looked cool so I decided to check it out.
I feel in love right away. After that I devoured the comics as quickly as I could. When part 2 came out I was completely in. I loved every second. Now just to wait till part 3. But sadly we never got it.
When it was announced that they were not going forward with a part 3 but instead doing a full reboot I was bummed. But then that first image came out with David Harbour in the lead role and I was instantly in love again. He looks amazing in the role. Mignola as said that this series will be a darker tone than the original series. I’m in.
Yesterday they dropped the new poster for Hellboy and it proclaimed it “Legendary AF”. With this poster it’s hard to argue.
This week we’re looking at killer vehicles. First up we keep going with more Charlie Sheen love from last week with The Wraith. Then we head over to England for I Bought A Vampire Motorcycle. We also talk about the movie Mandy, Bryan and Noah’s trip to the Drive-In, and Doug does a deep dive into the old Universal Creature movies.
*Just a show note. The intro recorded by the ever awesome Julie from 19 Nocturne Boulevard seems very topical but was recorded months ago. That’s how awesome she is.
Week 2 of Slater September is here. First up is the movie take on some classic episodes of The Twilight Zone. We chat about some of our favorite episodes and also talk the big controversy with the film. After that Christian Slater appears in Tales From The Darkside The Movie to chop up some mummies. Sit back and enjoy some classic horror anthologies.
It’s shark week here at the drive in. First we’ll be taking a look at The Last Shark which pretty much steals most of it’s story from Jaws. Then after that we’ll be looking at Jaws 5 (aka Cruel Jaws) which literally steals everything from The Last Shark. After that we talk some more shark movies, Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich, and Bryan reveals a theme month not to be missed starting next episode.
The folks over at Scotchworthy Productions have been busy. Earlier this summer their movie The Rake was released. Today they have dropped the trailer for their new horror anthology movie Skeletons In The Closet. This one takes 80’s nostalgia to a whole new level. Watch below and then click on the link to their website to learn where and how you can watch this.
This week Cronenberg takes over the drive-in as we chat about two of his films. First up is the currently being remade Rabid. After that it’s Shivers. We didn’t really put together how similar these movies are until we watched them. After that it’s talk of Who Is America?, Castle Rock, and Cruising.
This week we’re talking some Bava movies. First up is the intricate slasher A Bay Of Blood. After that we’re following it up with Bava’s back from the dead Baron Blood! Also we chat about foods that shouldn’t be mixed together, The Last Drive-In With Joe Bob Briggs, Antman & The Wasp, and Noah tries to convince us that the Venom movie might be good.
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.