The People Across The Lake & Don’t Be Afraid Of The Dark

We’re checking out some Made For TV Movies for the rest of June. First up we check out a new house in the country with Major Dad and Valerie Harper in THE PEOPLE ACROSS THE LAKE. Then we fight off weird fairies in DON’T BE AFRAID OF THE DARK.

Scanner Cop & Serial Killer

Scanners month is STILL going on, and this week, it’s time to check out some serial killer stuff. First up, Scanners goes to the police this time as we watch a cop with scanner powers hunt down someone trying to kill police officers in SCANNER COP. Then Tobin Bell decides to kill people who don’t appreciate life. This seems familiar. Anyway, it’s SERIAL KILLER.

Scanners III & Live Wire

Scanners are killing Santas during Christmas! At least, that’s what we hoped from the opening of the movie. For Scanners Month Week 3, we check out brother and sister fighting each other in SCANNERS III. Then, we go along as Pierce Brosnan has to defuse bombs in LIVE WIRE.

The Intruder, Visiting Hours, & Groom Lake

To celebrate 300 episodes of the podcast, we’re talking about three vastly different William Shatner films. First, we feel really uncomfortable with THE INTRUDER. Then, we end up in the hospital in VISITING HOURS. Finally, we shake our heads at GROOM LAKE.

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Easter Bunny Kill Kill & Resurrection

It’s time for a proper Easter show! First up, we made a huge mistake and watched EASTER BUNNY KILL KILL. Then, we follow Christopher Lambert as he tries to track down a serial killer in RESURRECTION. Doug also makes a bold proclamation about the holiday.

It’s wrestling week. This episode, we’re taking a look at two films that are about professional wrestling. First up, Face from the A-Team has to help propel Roddy Pipper and Tonga Tom to be the World Tag Team Champions in BODY SLAM. Then, we watch as The Fonz, Henry Winkler, tries his hand at wresting in THE ONE AND ONLY.

Bad Manners & The Wild Life

This episode, we’re looking at 2 80s comedies that have a connection to one of the hosts of the podcast. First up, we take a look at what is called a spiritual sequel to Fast Times At Ridgemont High with Cameron Crowe’s THE WILD LIFE. Then, things get really weird and uncomfortable at an orphanage with BAD MANNERS.

Dreamscape & Moving

It’s Fanuary and that mean’s it’s time to review movies as suggested by you listeners. Both of you. First up is a Quaid Brother double feature. First, we learn about controlling our dreams with Dennis Quaid in DREAMSCAPE. Then we learn about how annoying neighbors and moving can be with Randy Quaid in MOVING.

Salem’s Lot & Return To Salems Lot

This week, we’re checking out these movies about this strange little town that has a problem with vampires. First up, we find some unsettling imagery in Tobe Hooper’s SALEM’S LOT. Then, we have a confusing time at Larry Cohen’s RETURN TO SALEM’S LOT.

Pee Wee’s Big Adventure & Death To Smoochy

This week, we’re looking at two movies that sort of involve kids’ tv show hosts and the dark side they don’t tell you about. First up, someone steals our bike, and we follow along on a cross-country trip in PEE WEE’S BIG ADVENTURE. Then, it’s an all-out war in the realm of children’s TV with DEATH TO SMOOCHY.

Red State & Tusk

This week, we’re talking about two Kevin Smith horror films. What happens when someone known for indie comedies takes a shot at horror? First, we discuss the nature of religious beliefs with horror in RED STATE. Then, what happens when one man turns another man into a walrus? Find out in TUSK.