Gary Busey sweeps in this week to help save us. First up he plays a Vietnam Vet who returns home to find his town overrun with criminals. The only man he can trust is his best friend Yaphet Kotto in EYE OF THE TIGER. Then he plays a Vietnam Vet who returns home to find his town overrun with criminals. The only man he can trust is his best friend Yaphet Kotto and a biker gang in CHROME SOLDIERS.
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.
Noah shows up late so Doug and Bryan discuss the recent issues with WWE. We finally do get around to chatting about the movies. First, we enter a mental hospital with minimal security in ALONE IN THE DARK. Then we face off against fascists while hunkering down in an apartment building in SIEGE.
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.
Time to head to Japan as we tackle two films dealing with outsiders trying to deal justice in an unfamiliar land. First up Michael Douglas tries to be a badass in BLACK RAIN. Then Christopher Lambert picks the wrong woman to pick up at a bar in THE HUNTED.
It’s bigfoot week on the show. We look at the John Lithgow classic HARRY AND THE HENDERSON. Then we talk about the Canadian sex comedy FROSTBITE. After that, we talk about the GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY HOLIDAY SPECIAL, GODZILLA vs. KONG, and TERRIFIER 2.
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.
It’s been a good year in plastic form. A lot of new faces have made it into my collection and a lot of them were sold off or given better homes. Before the year ends I’m sure I’ll have another batch of figures waiting for me on my doorstep but for now these are my top five figures of the year.
5. NECA – RoboCop
A lot of my NECA figures just stand there, they tend to break easy. Haven’t had one do it to me yet but I seen many examples. With RoboCop, I have him standing on my shelf looking cool and that’s all I need out of a RoboCop figure.
4. AEW Unrivaled – Thunder Rosa
I been wanting a Thunder Rosa action figure since I first saw her on NWA Power. I was glad she signed with AEW because that gave me hope that she would get a figure of her own and she did, three of them!
3. Wulf’s Chop Shop – Corny
I don’t buy a lot of custom figures but when I do they mean something. I always liked Jim’s “That’s My Opinion” promos and the best way for me to remember those hot takes is in figure form. Chop Shop has made many figures this year but I gotta say this one is the best.
2. Marvel Legends – Morph (X-Men Animated Series VHS Collection)
I have bought and sold Marvel Legends a few times over but this time I’m sticking to my collection. First time around I was trying to build the animated series team but at that time Morph wasn’t available… Until now! When Hasbro announced their Morph figure I got back into the ML game and hopefully sometime in January I’ll have the team complete. Waiting on that Cyclops.
1. McFarlane DC Multiverse – Dark Knight Returns Robin (Carrie Kelley)
What a wonderful and spot on this figure is. When McFarlane announced this wave of figures I got excited because Todd can’t do no wrong when it comes to Batman and he knocked the whole wave out of the park. Do you know how big the Build-to-Collect horse is? It’s huge… Robin scales well next to Batman she’s a short figure and you can put her into so many dynamic poses with a flight stand. The head sculpt alone is near perfect and she comes with a sling shot.
We’re going back to high school with kids that have crazy powers. First up, things get inappropriate when Scott Baio develops telekinesis in ZAPPED. Then we rocket off to a superhero high school in the sky with Kurt Russell in SKY HIGH.
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.
Once again, Bryan is MIA and Noah fills in. This week he brings The Toxic Avenger with him in an attempt to sway Scott to the ways of Troma. After mild protest, Scott remembers that he and Noah both love the same shitty movies and settles in.
It’s drug week here on the show. And in typical form there is a technical glitch that made us lose part of the show. So try and listen as we talk about SPUN and THE SALTON SEA.
Join us as we get surprisingly intellectual (at least for us) as we try to dissect the original 1992 Candyman.
This week we take on a listener request with a Vincent Price classic, House on Haunted Hill.