We kick off our month of celebrating the life of Rutger Hauer (Hauergust) with his films HOBO WITH A SHOTGUN and BLIND FURY. We also chat about Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, Jaws, and The Boys.
We travel back to 1978 to look at two films that deal with telekinesis. First up we’re bedridden as we watch PATRICK. Then we get taken to a super secret facility where we wait for Kirk Douglas to break us out in THE FURY. We also talk about the band The Offspring, Crawl, and at the end of the show we get into spoilery talk about season 3 of Stranger Things.
Doug is back and shares his harrowing tales from his vacation. Oh and we talk about Beastmaster which Doug has never seen before. Then we talk about Lancelot Guardian Of Time which Doug wishes he had never seen before. After that we talk some Death of Superman, Reign Of The Supermen, Crawl, and the latest season of Stranger Things.
This week it’s all about giant creatures from the sky! First up we do some test piloting with The Giant Claw. After that we watch Kane from Kung-Fu and shaft track down a giant flying serpent in Q The Winged Serpent. We also talk about Aquariums, Annabelle Comes Home, and Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
This week Noah and Doug take a look at a few more prison movies. First up we see how many eggs we can eat in Cool Hand Luke. After that we’re stuck in Midnight Express. Also we chat about eating healthy, The Twilight Zone, The Night Eats The World, and Deep Star Six.
After an unforeseen family emergency the show this week was almost canceled, but Doug grabs an old familiar friend to site down and talk about two Jim Jarmusch films. First up is the newly released zombie film The Dead Don’t Die. After that we check out what vampires do in Only Lovers Left Alive.
This week Noah is out so we are joined again by indie horror filmmaker superstar Tony Wash as we talk about some messed up movies about horror that comes out of TVs. First up we get an alien visitor in Terrorvision. After that zombies chase us down in The Video Dead. After that we talk about Brightburn, Black Mirror, and tell stories about Charles Band. All this and more. To find out more about the movies Tony Wash is involved with visit scotchworthy.com.
With the summer headed our way we decided to do an episode about those heroes we call Ice Cream Men. But what happens if their intentions are evil? First up Clint Howard shows us how to hide eyeballs in ice cream with The Ice Cream Man. After that we head over to Masters Of Horror to find out what happens if you accidentally kill the ice cream man in We All Scream For Ice Cream. We also talk about Splash Too, Good Omens, Godzilla: King Of The Monsters, and clowns vs. mimes.
This week we decided giant animals was a subject that needed to be explored. What we didn’t know was that football players HATE giant animals. First up we look at some giant rabbits in Night Of The Lepus. Then we eat some weird stuff bubbling up out of the ground in Food Of The Gods. We also discuss the new Rambo trailer, Slasher, and Brightburn.
This week we look at some famous stories with a twist. First up is the King Of Cartoons in Blacula. After that Bernie Casey becomes Dr. Black, Mr. Hyde. We also talk about racism, Black Moon Rising, and John Wick Chapter 3.
This entire episode is Noah’s fault. All of it. First up we check out the horrible movie Death Bed. After that Joey Lawrence tries to save us from some sentient electricity in Pulse. After that we talk about What We Do In The Shadows, Small Town Crime, and Mutant.
This week we’re hanging out at the grocery store. First up we work overnights with Ted Raimi, Sam Raimi, and eventually Bruce Campbell in Intruder. Then we get stuck with a bunch of crazy people and monsters in The Mist. We also talk about Small Town Crime, the new Ted Bundy Movie, and the BIG difference in every adaptation of IT and the book.
Apparently in the 80s the only good place for teenagers to get laid was in closed department stores after hours. We take a look at two films that takes advantage of that and sends some slashers in to keep the kids company. First up we look at some blocked memories in The Initiation. After that we play some games in Hide And Go Shriek. Also we chat about Star Wars, Freddy’s Nightmares, and Friday The 13th.
Bryan and Doug sit down to chat about the newest box office juggernaut Avengers: Endgame! The review is very spoilery right off the bat so make sure you’ve watched it before listening.
This week we’re taking a stand against bullies. Kind of by bullying them back. First up the ghost of Bruce Lee helps us fight a Russian Van Damme in No Retreat No Surrender. Then we learn to Wax Off with Daniel in The Karate Kid. Also we talk about some kung fu movies, Death Wish 3, and give our spoiler free thoughts on Avengers Endgame.
This week we’re going to jail. Well technically a juvenile detention center. But we watch as some boys cause chaos in Scum. Then we hang with Sean Penn as we beat some people with some sodas in Bad Boys. After that we chat about The Raid, the new Pet Semetary (spoilers), and finally Golden Girls. Yes for real.
We’re having a few bad nights. First up is a trip to the mall in Night Of The Comet. After that we start talking about slugs in Night Of The Creeps but we end up talking about Night Of The Creeps, Monster Squad, and Slither. Also we chat about Michael Bay movies, the new Disney Streaming Service, Shazam, and Dark Side Of The Ring.
This week we’re taking a look at some crazy Asian movies. First we head to Japan and try to make sense out of Ichi The Killer. Then we hop over to South Korea and get kidnapped for 15 years as we experience Oldboy. After that we chat about US, Shazam, and talk about this season of the Walking Dead.
It’s hunting season as we check out two movies that explore the deadliest beast on earth. Man. First off we’re kidnapped in our daisy dukes and forced to kill mercenaries in Deadly Prey. Then Gary Busey and Rutger Hauer take us to a cabin in the mountains to see if we can be Surviving The Game. After that we talk about Critters: The New Binge, Planet Of The Apes, and at the end of the show give a spoilerific review of Captain Marvel.
This week we take a look at two films that take horror tropes and turn them on their head in a meta way. First up two vactioning hillbillies are just trying to spruce up their new summer home when a bunch of teenagers start offing themselves all over their property in Tucker and Dale Vs. Evil. After that we take a trip to The Cabin In The Woods to watch some college kids get watched by an evil corporation set to use them as a sacrifice to keep the world from ending. Also we chat Captain Marvel, the merits of having VuDu instead of universal healthcare, and monsters running amok.