Episode 210: Halloween

WARNING: This episode contains spoilers for Halloween (2018). Continuing our theme of all new horror movies for the month of October, this week we went to the cinema to see the brand new HALLOWEEN. Does this film stand tall as the best sequel to the original Halloween or does it just fall short along with the other mediocre sequels of the past? You’ll just have to listen to the episode to find out.

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Episode 209: Summer Of 84

This week on the podcast we discuss a movie that is far too good for this show. Yet another absolutely fantastic brand new horror movie that many people might not even be aware of. Summer Of 84 is a true horror gem from the masterminds behind Turbo Kid, a film that takes the serial killer film and takes it to the next level. It’s rare that two weeks in a row we give the movie we watched such praise, but when you have such quality such as this it’s hard not to. 

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Episode 208: Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich

This week all hell has broken loosemduring our October horror-a-thon as we witnessed a bloody killing spree motivated by an evil as old as time in Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich. This is easily one of the best horror films we have seen in a long time and hope after listening to this episode everyone experiences it for themselves.

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Episode 207: Camp Death III in 2D

WHAT ARE WE DOING HERE? WHY IS THIS HAPPENING? ARE THOSE PROPELLORS ON A SEVERED HEAD? IS THIS A HORROR MOVIE? A CHRISTMAS MOVIE? A MOVIE AT ALL? These questions and more will invade your mind if you ever have the opportunity to experience Camp Death 3 in 2D. A wacky, bizarre, unnerving, disturbing, sometimes hilarious but often times expectation shattering feature that you are absolutely not ready for. Part parody, part tragedy, get ready to have an emotional breakdown in this B Movie Breakdown as we emerge ourselves in the world of director Matt Frame’s cinematic catastrophe.

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Episode 206: Street Fighter

What happens when your lead actor demands to be paid $8 million dollars, does $10,000 worth of coke a week, and has an affair with one of his co-stars? You get the 1994 video game movie classic Street Fighter, starring Jean-Claude Van Damme, and Raúl Juliá. While most people put this movie down, we couldn’t help but show it the praise it truly deserves. From Raúl Juliá’s amazing performance as M. Bison to the wonderful character arc of Zangief, this movie offers way more than people give it credit for.

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Episode 205: Remote

It’s rare that you watch a movie that seems as if it could be an original idea and then halfway through becomes a clone of a current box office hit. Well that’s what happened in this week’s movie, the 1993 Moon Beam Entertainment classic Remote; which evolves into a crappy Home Alone clone when it could have easily just been it’s own thing. Oddly enough, this film shares two villains from Prehysteria!, the film discussed in last week’s episode, but is not related to it in any way even though it’s the same production company behind both films.

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Episode 204: Prehysteria!

This week in our month of pure nostalgia, we went on an adventure 65 million years in the making to discuss the dinosaur classic Prehysteria! The dinosaur film that shaped our childhoods more than any other dinosaur film on the 1990’s. When a young boy and his family discover some mysterious eggs, which hatch to reveal a brood of baby dinosaurs, the real adventure truly begins. Brought to you by Cool Guy Coolers.

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