September 11, 2018
It's a weird and widely varied show this week! We enjoy the deeply indie Weird Fiction, absolutely adore Summer of '84, but only Charlie likes The Windmill. For the rest of us, it was kind of a... grind?
Next week: William Castle and Castle-Adjacent flicks!
13 Ghosts (1960) YouTube
Homicidal (1961) YouTube
Return to House on Haunted Hill (2007) Amazon
Our short is Mr. Leadfeet. Watch along and we'll chat atcha soon.
September 4, 2018
We watched some great new films this week. Unsane overcomes its gimmick (shot entirely on iPhone 7) to deliver a truly chilling thriller. Lodgers underplayed its gothic horror to make it creepy and memorable. And The Hidden went wacky in a way that entertained at least two of us.
Next week: More new stuff! We're watching:
Weird Fiction, a zero-budget indie anthology. You can see the trailer here.
Summer of '84 (VoD)
The Windmill (Netflix)
Our short is Polybius. Watch along and we'll chat atcha soon!
August 25, 2018
It's sequel week! Leprechaun 2 has a few lucky charms, When A Stranger Calls Back is agreeably bonkers, but the latest Puppetmaster comes with too many strings attached.
Next week: Free stuff (if you pay $25 a month in subscriptions)! We're watching:
Lodgers - Netflix
Unsane - Amazon Prime
The Hidden - Shudder
Our short for the week is The Quiet Zone.
Watch along wtih us and we'll see you next week!
August 18, 2018
It's a weird and wooly week as we dive into 90s hits Forsaken and Hideaway, plus the brand new anthology from Fun Size Horror, Dark, Deadly & Dreadful!
Next week: Sequelitis! We're watching:
Puppetmaster: The Littlest Reich (VOD)
When a Stranger Calls Back (Amazon Prime)
Leprechaun 2 (Amazon Prime)
Our short is Peephole (Peephole who need peephole...). Watch along and we'll chat atcha soon.
August 13, 2018
It's a weird, loopy ride this week as we dig on Calibre, disagree on Welcome to Willits, and try to dissect why Life after Beth doesn't deliver the goods.
Next week: We're trading Netflix for Amazon Prime. We're watching:
The Forsaken (Prime)
Dark, Deadly & Dreadful (Prime)
Our short is Surgery. Watch along, won't you?
August 5, 2018
It's a weird week of weirdness this week as we discuss the old-school Amazing Mr. X, Middle-school Fade to Black, and new-school Valentine. We didn't like the movies much (except for Charlie), but we did enjoy the conversation.
Next week: Netflix!
Welcome to Willits
Life after Beth
Our short is Meow. Watch along and we'll chat atcha soon.
July 28, 2018
We watched the first three Wrong Turn movies this week, and found some eerie parallels to the Alien franchise. The first one is moody and a little scary. The second is a rollicking good time with more heroes, more villains, and bigger set pieces. The third involves prisoners and is kind of a bummer.
Next week: Charlie's theme of "off-ness." We're watching:
Amazing Mr. X (Prime)
Fade to Black (Prime)
Watch along and we'll chat atcha soon!
July 22, 2018
We've got opinions this week! Not necessarily on all of the movies, but we definitely have lots of opinions. If you like tangents, you're gonna love it. Somewhere in there we agree that A Quiet Place is dope if you choose not to nitpick, pretty much concede the Birds doesn't hold up, and are mildly charmed by the nifty but overlong Goal of the Dead.
Next Week: Two wrongs don't make a right, but three lefts do! We're watching:
Wrong Turn 2
Wrong Turn 3
Our short is The Copy-Writer.
Watch along and we'll chat with you soon.
July 15, 2018
It's weirdo families all around this week! We love the "Rear Window Played for Laughs" audacity of The Burbs, are split on Parents' 50s satire (even on whether or not it was satire), and agree that Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation is more of a "happening" than a movie.
Next week, each one picks one!
Matt picks The Birds
Charlie picks Goal of the Dead
Josh picks A Quiet Place
Watch along and we'll chat atcha next time.
July 9, 2018
The planets aligned this episode, as we found one of those rare movies we all absolutely loved. Liza the Fox Fairy is an ice cream sundae of a movie, weird and wonderful. 1408 also holds up admirably (especially if you see the right ending). Sadly, the Damned is an interesting idea with a mostly uninteresting execution.
Next week: Cannibals and Killer Neighbors! We're watching:
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation
Watch along and we'll catch you soon!