This week we take to the stars as we talk about one movie that rips off Star Wars and another that was based on the property that inspired Star Wars. First up is the movie that made David Hasselhoff famous. Ok not really but he is in it. It’s Starcrash. After that we go off to fight Ming in Flash Gordon. Also we chat about Blood Simple, The Predator, and how our Christmas was.
For Christmas we got you a double feature of Mark Hamill and John Carpenter working together! First up we talk about John Carpenter’s anthology film Body Bags. After that we get a movie that has Luke Skywalker, Superman, and that lady from Cheers in Village Of The Damned! After that we comment on the chaos at Noah’s house, some movies to watch for Christmas, and troll a list that tries to convince us Rocky IV is a Christmas movie.
This week we go Full Quaid. Luckily it’s full Dennis Quaid otherwise we’d be in big trouble. First up we see him get marooned on a planet with an alien and they have to work out their differences in Enemy Mine. Then we see him get shrunk and injected into Martin Short . . . where they have to work out their differences in Innerspace. After that it’s chatting about The Legend Of Hill House, Christmas Specials, and Hostiles.
It’s time for some Dean Koontz movies! While there aren’t as many to choose from as much as Stephen King movies we were able to track a couple down. First up is the Corey Haim film Watchers! Next up we watch Chris Sarandon have awkward sex in Whispers. Noah talk about the new episodes of MST3K, we ponder about the cancellation of Daredevil, and Doug tells us all about Creed II.
Lately cops have been getting a bad rap but this week we’re looking at two movies where the cops go out of their way to do the right thing by becoming MONSTER COPS!!! First up is the 1988 Treat Williams and Joe Piscopo zombie cop film Dead Heat. After that Mario Van Peebles has to join a squad of cops that turn out to be werewolves in Full Eclipse. We also talk about Noah’s work woes, Doug’s internet woes, and the animated Batman 66 movies.
This week we head to the land of TV movies. First up is the 1972 film Gargoyles. After that Tom Hanks leads us into some role playing with Mazes & Monsters. Noah then gives a talk about how Mazes & Monsters was part of the Satanic Panic scare at the time that tried to cast D&D in a bad light. After that we chat about some Daredevil, Vigilante, and Dead Like Me.
Reality TV just doesn’t cut it anymore so we have to take things to a higher level. How about a live TV show where one person is the prey and has to fend off a band of hunters? Or how about a gameshow where prisoners on deathrow try to win prizes for their families after their death or maybe even their freedom? If either of these sound great then you’re in luck. First off we’re talking Endgame. After that we take a trip to the wackier side with Deathrow Gameshow. Also we talk some Walking Dead, Daredevil, and The Meg.
This week we’re talking big guns and rapey houses. First up is Julie Christie (which is the name of my very first girlfriend from back in 6th grade. true story) in Demon Seed. After that Rutger Hauer gets Noah all a quiver in Split Second. Also Doug tells us about trick or treating with little kids, we talk about the movie Trick ‘r Treat, and we go over favorite Halloween specials.
Bryan and Tony sat down in front of a packed crowd to talk about their Top 5 Obscure 80s Horror movies at the Tales Of Terror LIVE! Event. Each one is going to drop some films that not everyone may even know about. Listen in and get some ideas for your next horror movie marathon.
This was initially going to be part of our regular episode, but we talked so much it deserves it’s own episode. We talk very spoilery about what we liked and disliked about the new Halloween film. What worked? What didn’t? What was the audience talking about during the movie? Find out all this and more!
We celebrate halloween time by talking two movies set during our favorite holiday to mixed results. Also Noah shares lots about his past, we talk some Annihilation, and The Haunting Of Hill House. All this and more! Happy Halloween Suckaaaaaas.
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.
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.
Not only is it the end of Slater September but it’s also Episode 50! We sit down to go over the classic Young Guns and then follow that up with our Christian Slater film Young Guns II. On top of that Noah tries to declare who is the greatest Estevez of them all and after Doug brags about his free healthcare we make him read a long email. All this and more!!!
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.
We kick off Slater September with his skateboarding classic Gleaming The Cube. We then follow that up with one of Bryan’s favorite rollerblading movies from the 90’s Airborne. Also some discussions of hating a ringing cell phone, Friends, and Jessica Jones.
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.
This week Noah talked us into watching some Ralph Bakshi movies so we’re kicking things off with the 1978 animated version of Lord Of The Rings and then following that up with Bakshi’s look at a war torn future Apocalypse with Wizards. On top of that Bryan and Doug get excited over the Young Guns movies, we plan out an entire Christian Slater Month, and Bryan gets confused as to why the Lord Of The Rings movie ends so abruptly.
This week we’re talking some rape revenge films. Always a feel good topic. Also Noah gets mad at Bryan and Doug for not being into Ralph Bakshi movies, we get a load of feedback, and Bryan gets mad at Noah and Doug when they don’t care about a dream that he had. All this and more!