They walk, they talk, they piss Eric off.
Just…don’t. Come back next week. Maybe by then we’ll have electronically jumped into the body of a better movie. I don’t know.
Time to pour a glass of wine and crank up the Air Supply, cause we’re getting cozy with Slither.
We talk about some vampire flicks this week. First up is Jack Palance in Dan Curtis’ Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Then we stay over at a creepy inn in Daughters Of Darkness. After that we talk about Invincible, Willy’s Wonderland, and some wrestling biographies.
Apparently everyone had a crappy week, and therefore there is only one cure…evil space clowns.
This week Scott wanted to watch a movie about robots, and we all needed to see a basketball induced death. Deadly Friend it is.
Since we’re still in quarantine we decided to do a double feature of people hiding in other people’s houses. First up we question everyone’s age in BAD RONALD. Then Gary Busey gets very Gary Busey in HIDER IN THE HOUSE. We also talk about THE LAST BLOCKBUSTER, WOLFMAN’S GOT NARDS (again), and wrap up with FALCOLN AND THE WINTER SOLDIER.
Critters! Nuff said.
Well, at least it had a planet.
Did you ever wonder who would win in a fight between giant killer rabbits and DeForest Kelley’s mustache? If so, then have we got a show for you!
Kurt Russell Week continues! This week we look at two films that have a weird connection outside of the obvious Kurt Russell thing. First Kurt tries to sell us some USED CARS. Then he just wants his truck back in BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA. After that we talk ONE HOUR PHOTO, LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS, and we wrap up our WANDAVISION talk with our usual spoilery discussion.
What happens when Jeff Bridges sneaks onto a boat and helps kidnap a giant monkey? New York gets broken, that’s what.
Well, they can’t all be winners. After a having fun with Friday the 13th last week, we decide to watch It’s Alive, but mostly just talk about pencils.
Somehow Bryan has never seen a Friday the 13th film before this week. Eric and Scott decide to make it their mission to fix him.
After learning that Bryan had never seen any of the Nightmare on Elm St. movies, we tied him to the couch and made him watch Dream Warriors.
Since Scott has had a bad week, he decided that he’s turning to his favorite franchise and watching some classic Chucky. As a bonus, Bryan’s never seen a Child’s Play film.
This week we’re trying out an experiment where we watch an original movie and then try out the remake. First up we take a look at the phone prank film from William Castle I SAW WHAT YOU DID. After that Shawnee Smith stalks the guy from REVENGE OF THE NERDS in the 1988 TV Movie remake I SAW WHAT YOU DID. After that we talk about Spaced (I’m not kidding), TENET, and HARRY BROWN. We also end the show with our usual spoilery WANDAVISION review.
This week we talk about the version of The Fly without a naked Jeff Goldblum in it.
This week we talk a couple Klaus Kinski movies. First up Noah gets weirded out by Kinski’s lips in NOSFERATU THE VAMPYRE. Then we get some group therapy with SCHIZOID. After that we talk about Deja Vu, Spaced (yes again), and end with a spoilery talk about the new WandaVision and Kong vs. Godzilla trailer.
It’s vampire week here on the show. First up we watch THE HUNGER as a vampire David Bowie ages before our very eyes. Then vampires get all up in the mob in INNOCENT BLOOD. We also chat about the new TWILIGHT ZONE, SPACED, and NIGHT STALKER. We end with a spoilery chat about WandaVision!