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Ep. 406: The French Vanilla Demon

Ep. 406: The French Vanilla Demon

May 19, 2021

This week, we reckon we don't much care for The Reckoning. But Attack of the Demons is a lovingly-crafted and entertaining watch, and Fried Barry is something else entirely (in a good way. We think).

Next week, we're watching:

Oxygen (Netflix)

Army of the Dead (Netflix)

Saint Maud (Prime)

Our short is The Shoes. Watch along and we'll chat soon.

Ep. 405: Funeral Ice Cream Parlour

Ep. 405: Funeral Ice Cream Parlour

May 13, 2021

This week, we dig on Boys from County Hell, enjoy being baffled by Homunculus, and aren't overly impressed with the McPherson Tape.

Next week: Stuff on Shudder!

Night of the Demons

The Reckoning

Fried Barry

Watch along and we'll chat atcha soon.

Ep. 404: Midwestern Self-Loathing

Ep. 404: Midwestern Self-Loathing

May 8, 2021

This is a week of winners: Synchronic is a bona fide platinum hit, The Power is solid gold, and The Banishing is a respectable silver.

Next week we're watching:

Homunculus (Netflix)

The McPherson Tape (Shudder)

The Boys from County Hell (Shudder)

Watch along and we'll chat atcha soon.

Ep. 403: Tomato Saves!

Ep. 403: Tomato Saves!

April 30, 2021

This week we wrap up the Panic Film Fest with some heavy hitters: The nifty exorcism story The Old Ways, the ultra-creepy but weirdly benign Katherine's Lullaby, and the agreeably bonkers An Ideal Host. Plus more shorts and a few that didn't make the cut.

Next week, we're watching:

Synchronic (Netflix)

The Banishing (Shudder)

The Power (Shudder)

Our short is Guest. Watch along and we'll chat soon.

Ep. 402: Setting Fires and Buying Pickles

Ep. 402: Setting Fires and Buying Pickles

April 19, 2021

This week, we reviewed some 10+ movies from the Panic Film Festival. There's good stuff, not so good stuff, and great stuff as well. 

Next week, we'll finish up our Panic Film Fest roundup!

Watch along and we'll chat atcha soon.

Ep. 401: Swan Lake for Crash Test Dummies

Ep. 401: Swan Lake for Crash Test Dummies

April 7, 2021

This week we chew on Let's Scare Julie, which is easy to admire but hard to like, and find that Tentacles suffers from the Into the Dark curse of being only about 3/4 of the way baked. But we admire the ridiculous energy of Butcher, Baker, Nightmare Maker.

Next week, we're changing it up: We'll be watching as many movies as we can from the Panic Film Festival. You can grab a pass or some individual tickets and watch along. We're not affiliated with them -- we just want to watch cool stuff.

Watch along and we'll chat soon.

Ep. 400: Flat Balloons on a Table

Ep. 400: Flat Balloons on a Table

March 27, 2021

How did we celebrate the auspicious event of our 400th episode? By mostly forgetting about it until the very end. But we did find time to praise the deadly serious Block Island Sound and the enjoyably satirical Slaxx. We do find ourselves wishing we had heeded the advice of Stay Out of the (F*cking) Attic.

Next week, we're watching:

Butcher, Baker, Nightmare Maker (Shudder)

Let's Scare Julie (Shudder)

Tentacles (Hulu)

Our short is Scratch. Watch along and we'll chat soon.

Ep. 399: Wiseasses in Stereo

Ep. 399: Wiseasses in Stereo

March 22, 2021

This week we dig the apocalyptic farce of Day of the Beast and the mind-bending weirdness of Empty Man. 80s slasher Edge of the Axe is... well, for those who like this kind of thing, this is the kind of thing they will like.

Next week, we're watching:

Slaxx (Shudder)

Stay Out of the F**ing Attic (Shudder)

Block Island Sound (Netflix)

Our short is Bill. Watch along and we'll chat soon.

Ep. 398:A Very Befuddled Squirrel

Ep. 398:A Very Befuddled Squirrel

March 11, 2021

This week we mostly dig Freaky, cautiously dig Antebellum, and are perfectly fine with Dr. Terror's House of Horrors.

Next up, we're watching:

El Dia de la Bestia (Day of the Beast) (Tubi)

Edge of the Axe (Shudder)

Empty Man (VoD)

Watch along and we'll chat soon.

Ep. 397: L. Ron Hubbard Was a Great Foley Artist

Ep. 397: L. Ron Hubbard Was a Great Foley Artist

February 24, 2021

Sorry for the delay, hot doggies - Austin, TX was undergoing a mini apocalypse that had Charlie distracted a wee bit.

This week we really dig the unconventional but nifty Sator, and the more conventional but still nifty Death of Me. Vampire's Kiss is deeply flawed but fascinating, and your mileage will vary depending on your tolerance for Nic Cage's mugging.

Next week, we're watching:

Antebellum (Hulu)

Dr. Terror's House of Horrors (Tubi)

Freaky (VoD)

Our short is St. James Infirmary Blues (yes, an old Betty Boop cartoon.  Trust us.)

 

Watch along and we'll chat soon!

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