July 15, 2019
Hey y'all, this week we bring you the Quentin Tarantino epic, The Hateful Eight. And what would inspire QT (it's a thing) this and his previous movies? I'm glad you asked and Jack Falvey listened, cause our brother from another podcast suggested The Great Silence.
And if you are going to suggest something, best be ready to join the discussion and talk the talk, Jack joins Pat and Lance (the official-unofficial guest) and myself.
There is a spoiler alert about 46 minutes in so if yo have not seen the The Great Silence I suggest you stop there and fast forward (we still use tape here....don't judge) to 1 hour 6 minutes to get the juicy on Hateful Eight. And in the famous words of the great gunslinger Silence,....................................................................................... Couldn't have said it better myself.....enjoy
July 14, 2019
This week, we are joined by very special guest Pedro Nunez from The Kayfabulous Lucha Bros. podcast to discuss the new creature feature from Alexandre Aja, Crawl, as well as the cult favorite Alligator. Cool of the week includes Yesterday, Stranger Things, and Jessica Jones. The trailer this week is the Soska Sister's remake of Rabid. Pedro also discusses his best and worst of 2019 so far, and Lance goes on a rant that might endanger our press passes for Texas Frightmare next year. But fuck it, the truth is the truth. You'll really want to sink your teeth in this week! As always, thanks for listening!
July 8, 2019
We had a lot to talk about this week with very special guest Thomas Mariani from Double Edged Double bill, as we checked out Ari Aster's Sophomore effort, MidSommar, as well as the classic The Wicker Man. Somehow, even without Phil this week, we went over 2 hours! Cool of the Week includes Nightmare Cinema, Spider Man Far From Home, Stranger Things, and Good Omens. Trailers this week are Jacob's Ladder and Knives Out. Joining the cult in feedback this week are Tim Davis, Paul Stevenson, Trukrr Trent, Patrick Lear, Tomas Contreras, Eric King, Daeron Wilson, Bede Jermyn, Steven Lowblad, Mike J Marin, and the Nez. Thanks for listening! Be sure to check out Thomas and our buddy Adam Thomas at Double Edged Double Bill every week!
July 4, 2019
This week, join us as we look at the new Conjuring Universe film, Annabelle Comes Home and also 1987's Dolls. We are joined by the Terrible Aussie himself, Bede Jermyn. Cool of the week includes Streets of Fire, Drive (the one from 1997, not the Ryan Gosling one!), The Mighty Ducks, Phantasm, and Swamp Thing, apparently the best already-cancelled show on TV! Trailers are Nekrotronic, Tone Deaf, and Stranger Things 3. Feedback this week comes from Marcus Wilturner, Art from Cali, Lars from Denmark, Tyler Owens, Beatrix Harper, Marcey Papandrea, and Sara Grantham. Thanks for listening!
July 2, 2019
Hey ya'll welcome the F**k back...AGAIN! Yeah, I used the same line on the previous episode notes but hey, it was good then and it's good now. Any ways, Pat and I are back along with Lance to finish up our cover on Deadwood. We discuss Season 3 and the long (horn?......stop it) awaited movie to tie it all together.
Is the movie worth the wait? Does Swearengen or Bullock finally make the favorite character list? Only one way to find out........ask Brian after he listens to it. Ok two ways, the Brian avenue or listen to it yourself......cocksucker.
June 25, 2019
This week, it's a double dose of Chucky as Nez joins us to discuss the brand new movie Child's Play, as well as the 1988 original. Cool of the week includes Black Mirror, Blindspotting, and When They See Us. Trailers are Dark/Web, The Terror, and Ready or Not. And we get feedback from Jake Slashah, Willis Wheller, Mallory (Little Spitfire), and our friend to the end, Jeff Larrimore. We also have a brand new 5 Star iTunes review! Whether you're a Good Guy or a Buddi, we think you will love this one! Thanks for listening!
June 18, 2019
Hey y'all, welcome the F**k back. Pat and Lance sit down with me to discuss some favorite things about not only one of the greatest western shows of all time, but one of the F**king greatest shows period, Deadwood. We discuss our highlights for season 1 and season 2 and will be back for for Season 3 and long awaited movie that debuted a few weeks back in a couple weeks. So grab a F**king shot of whiskey, put those headphones on that hoople head of yours listen the F**k up..........Cocksucker
June 17, 2019
This week, it's a double dose of Zombies as we talk about the new Jim Jarmusch movie, The Dead Don't Die, and also 1985's The Return of the Living Dead. Cool of the week includes Rocketman, Us, Swamp Thing, Braid, and I Am Mother. Trailers this week are The 16th Episode, 3 From Hell, and Doctor Sleep. And we need to catch up on feedback, so we hear from Samantha Bean, Lisa Cole, Chad Pingno, Johnny Mendoza, Adam Bunch, Marcey Papandrea, Bede Jermyn, Beatrix Harper, Lars from Denmark, Patrick Lear, MsGee Vious, Billy Stuart, Thomas Mariani, Desmond Peel, Paul Stevenson, Jason Bradford, Nick Fortuna, Jason Gorton, and Marcus Wilturner.............WHEW!!! Thanks for joining us!
June 9, 2019
What do you do when you when you get one of the icons of horror movie set design, special effects, and art design on your show? You play it up for all it's worth, and have a hell of a lot of fun in the process. We are joined this week by very special guest Mick Strawn. You've seen his work in Candyman, Blade, several of the Elm Street films, the list goes on and on. Cool of the week includes The Twilight Zone, the trailer for F13 Vengeance, Star Trek Discovery, NOS4A2, What We Do in the Shadows, and Nightmare on Elm Street 3: The Dream Warriors. Trailers this week are Dolls and Darlin'. We ask Mick about working on the Corman "classic" Fantastic 4, working with Tony Todd, and Mark Wahlberg's penis in Boogie Nights. Be sure to check out Mick's upcoming project Friday the 13th Vengeance, and follow him on Facebook and Twitter! This was truly a fanboy dream for us! We think you will enjoy!
June 6, 2019
Oh No! There goes Tokyo. Go, go Godzilla! We've got the dynamic duo here tonight! It's Brian and Phillip.... wait, who has to be Robin? We take on the brand new Godzilla: King of Monsters and pair it with with, arguably, THE classic monster movie, the original gangsta himself, Godzilla (Gojira) from 1954. These movies are all called 100 different things based on where they were released, so it gets complicated. Phillip updates the Brightburn score after the beating it took last week. Brian gives us some history on Wu-Tang Clan, and as it turns out, they ain't nothing to fuck with. Steven Lowblad is an awesome mother fucker, and also our newest patreon subscriber. Man I wish I could be as awesome as that guy. If only there were a way to be more like him...... Enough talking, it's time to destroy some tiny cities wearing super uncomfortable rubber suits... I knew I bought that Robin outfit for a reason.