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!
What happens when big crocodiles and even bigger snakes crash a sorority beach day? I don’t know but you know it’s going to be one of our episodes.
Chris joins us once again as we introduce Bryan to the fever dream that is Phantasm.
This week we steal Bryan’s Sleepaway Camp virginity. Listen along as his innocence is lost forever.
Time to go back to the 90s and play some video games. First up we talk about how ridiculous the plot is to STREET FIGHTER. After that we talk about how MORTAL KOMBAT should be more diverse but is still pretty awesome. We also chat about BUFFY, WW84, and some COBRA KAI (be warned there be spoilers).
We swap out Bryans this week and watch the least C.H.U.D. filled movie about C.H.U.D.s ever made.
We’re helping you ring in the new year with a commentary to the deathly fun New Year’s Evil. Joining us is Scott from The Basement Moviecast to help us with our watch along skills. For a bit of fun we calculated that if you start the movie at the following times in your time zone then the clock will strike midnight at the same time it does in the movie for you to celebrate along with the film. Except for Pacific which will be timed to end just as the credits end on the film.
Eastern Time Zone Start The Movie At 11:20:07PM
Central Time Zone Start The Movie At 11:01:59PM
Mountain Time Zone Start The Movie At 10:47:53PM
Pacific Time Zone Start The Movie At 10:34:33PM
And if you need help finding a copy of the movie try here:
This week Bryan returns, we hear about Scott’s love for Critters, and we learn that Eric hates fun.
Technical Issues Abound! We try to bring you some horror holiday cheer but –Buffering– ing Christmas! We talk over the ever awesome 2015 film Krampus. Listen along as we –Buffering– and then we –Buffering– about! Hope you have a happy holidays!
After Bryan decides he can’t make it to the show, our friend Chris decides to join us in the basement to watch a snowman terrorize a town and kill all the wrong people.
This week we discover that our show needs a LOT more animatronic killer animals.
This week it’s gymnastics time! Both films deal with gymnasts using their gymnastics and fighting skills to avenge their fallen father. First up IT’s TIME TO PLAY THE GAME in GYMKATA. After that Gene Simmons makes us very uncomfortable in NEVER TOO YOUNG TO DIE. We also get sidetracked to talk about wrestling, chat about the Warner Bros decision to drop all their movies onto HBOMAX, and we end the show talking about the latest episode (as of when we recorded) of THE MANDALORIAN.
This week we learn that the smartest mammal on earth is actually the killer whale…along with a whole lot of other interesting whale factoids.
Come join Scott, Eric, and Bryan for the first episode of the new Basement Moviecast. Each week we dig up some of the best cult classics, fan favorites, or “so bad it’s good” films that the horror and sci-fi genres have to offer, turn on the mics, and see where the conversation takes us.
It’s Peter Jackson week! First up we run around the New Zealand countryside in BAD TASTE. Then we’re hunting ghosts with Michael J. Fox in THE FRIGHTENERS. Also we welcome back Noah who updates us on what it’s like to have Covid, talk about The Crow, and chat about the UNFRIENDED franchise.