March 29, 2017
We had a blast with the movies this week, reaching back to films that freaked us out as kids. Sure, they're all pretty silly now. But we love 'em. There's a whole lot of love and respect for Jim Varney this week -- Ernest Scared Stupid is kid-tested and approved, as Josh's 8-year-old son can attest. We also enjoyed Lady in White despite pacing issues, and were baffled by Mr. Boogedy and the fact it has a sequel.
Next week! Killer fetuses (how weird is it there are enough of these to make a theme?)! We're watching:
Baby Blood (Shudder)
Watch along with us and we'll see you next week.
March 26, 2017
We sell our souls to rock and roll this week with the superbly weird Phantom of the Paradise, beautiful and disturbing Devil's Candy, and hilaribad Rock 'n' Roll Nightmare.
Next up: Kid Week Part 2! We're watching:
The Lady in White (Vudu)
Ernest Scared Stupid (Amazon VOD)
Mr. Boogedy (Youtube)
Our short is another David Sandberg classic, Not So Fast!
Watch along with us and we'll see you next time.
March 19, 2017
It's a zombie jamboree this week! We're gently charmed by the Thriller-meets-bad-Stephen-King The Midnight Hour. The bad-lad misogynistic "comedy" of Doghouse leaves most of us feeling deeply unclean. And Versus is a gonzo good time, provided you don't watch the awful dubbed version on Amazon.
Next week: Sell your soul to rock and roll with:
And our short is Skeletons. Watch along if you like and we'll see you next week!
March 13, 2017
It's all new, mostly great movies this week! The Girl with All the Gifts gets record high scores, as does Get Out. Sharknado 4... well, returns have diminished substantially on that there franchise.
Next week, it's zombies 'round the world! We're watching:
The Midnight Hour (weird-ass TV movie starring Levar Burton! Available only on YouTube.)
Versus (Japan, Amazon VOD)
Doghouse (UK, Shudder)
March 3, 2017
We celebrate Women in Horror Month this week with three female-directed films. Folks, there are a ton of great horror movies directed by women: The Invitation, Honeymoon, Babadook, Pet Sematary, to name a few. Unfortunately, this set of XX, Don't Look Back, and Mirror/Mirror is only okay. Not great, not terrible -- but we're loopy enough to still get a fun show out of it.
For next week, we're hitting up three new movies that just might be varying levels of quality:
Get Out (Theatrical release)
The Girl With all the Gifts (Amazon VOD)
Sharknado 4: The Fourth Awakens (Netflix)