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Episode 159: The People Under The Stairs

This week we bring you one of the oddest entries in Wes Craven’s filmography, 1991’s The People Under The Stairs. Continuing our month of horror, we once again have friend of the show and frequent guest, Cody, on to discuss the misadventures of Fool and his super weird run in with Mommy and Daddy. This film has that great level of suspense and horror we expect from Wes Craven with a nice dash of b movie level wackiness straight out of a Troma movie. In every neighborhood there is one house that adults whisper about and children cross the street to avoid…..get ready to step inside.

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Episode 158: The Guardian

What better way to kick off our full month of horror movies than with a film from the guy who directed The Exorcist. In 1990’s The Guardian, a young couple with a newborn baby who don’t realize that the nanny they hired is a magical nymph who sacrifices infants to an evil tree. I mean do we really have to tell you anymore than that?

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Episode 56: Body Bags

vlcsnap2012042409h07m04Before we take a short break from horror movies, we end our month long marathon with the forgotten 1993 horror anthology made for tv movie, Body Bags. Directed by John Carpenter and Tobe Hooper, this little gem was overshadowed by the hit series Tales From The Crypt and forgotten about for decades…until now! Not only are we watching & discussing this week, but Scream Factory is also putting the film out on blu ray as well! The movie features very interesting stories and features the likes of Robert Caradine, Wes Craven, Tom Arnold, Stacy Keach, Debbie Harry, and Mark Hamil. Hamil provides easily the best performance in the segment, The Eye! If you don’t have the time to get the movie on blu ray, you can watch it in full on YouTube, and then buy it on blu ray after.

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Next week we are blessed with a modern day B Movie classic from Ross Patterson, the genius mind that brought us FDR: American Badass. That’s right, we are watching Pool Boy: Drowning Out The Fury!! St. James St James presents one of the most ridiculous movies ever made. It stars Kevin Sorbo, Danny Trejo, Jason Mewes, and so many more. If you haven’t seen this one yet…please go to Netflix and watch it NOW!!

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Episode 8: Deathsport

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Rev up your Death Machine, because by order of Lord Zirpola, you are sentenced to Deathsport. Ever wonder what a Michael Bay movie would’ve looked like back in the 70s? Me neither, but we found out anyway in this week’s selection, 1978’s Deathsport! In this dystopian gladiator romp, we come dangerously close to seeing David Carradine’s package as he runs around in his underwear killing people with plastic swords and magic lasers. And because that wasn’t ridiculous enough, we were also treated to an overdose of overly loud jet sound effects and needless explosions! It’s not ALL bad, though – DC’s costar is a former Playboy Playmate. Oh yes, there WILL be titties!

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Next week we jump ahead four years to 1982’s Swamp Thing. Long before the cartoon and the USA TV series, there was the movie. I’d make some smartass comment about it, but I didn’t even know it existed until yesterday, so I’m flying blind. It’s directed by Wes Craven though, so one way or another, it should be worth watching. For now, let me just reiterate the previous paragraph’s closing statement – TITTIES!

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Episode 6: Nightmare On Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge

This week we return to Springwood, Indiana, home of ugly sweater enthusiast Freddy “Fred” Krueger. With the original movie’s protagonist Nancy MIA, Freddy sets his sights on new kid Jesse and his tight man cave (you know, his bedroom with the “NO CHICKS” sign on the door – it’s tight as hell). Jesse’s the consummate player: whether he’s getting pants-ed in gym class by his best friend, pounding free beers at the bondage bar, or watching his gym teacher getting whipped naked in the shower, it’s obvious he’s only got one thing on his mind – BANGING CHICKS. Sadly, Freddy Cockblock has to derail Jesse’s game with desert road trips, spontaneous avian combustion, and worst of all, breaking Lisa’s parents’ collector’s plates. After all this mess, it’s no wonder Jesse’s actor Mark Patton said, “I’m out!”

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We’re dipping into the kiddie pool for next week’s pick, 1983’s BMX Bandits. This Australian adventure sees Nicole Kidman as one of three youths that get caught up in a gang’s bank robbing scheme and somehow bring them down after a contrived bike chase through Sydney. If you’ve been waiting to see someone go down a giant waterslide with their bike, well, now’s your chance!

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