Christian and Ian will never go camping in Australia. Don't even ask.
We are back and ready to show some respect to the southern hemisphere. Our new movie review is for a brutal Australian film, KILLING GROUND. (Note: we do give warning on the episode but we recommend you see the movie beforehand because we do get into spoilers). We continue the Summer Funhouse with our Movie from the Crypt pick this episode, the vampire mockumentary, WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS. We also discuss french fries, our favorite things about Australia, and merlot.
Christian and Ian know that the masters can still make terrible movies.
We continue our Overkill series in which we will be discussing the movies in George Romero's "Dead" franchise. During each episode we will answer the question- are we still in on this franchise or is it overkill? We discuss Romero's final film shortly after hearing the news of his passing. We do try to discuss the movie, but mostly grapple with Romero's place in American horror cinema and what his legacy is. We discuss some weird choices in this movie regarding Irish people and masturbation, but land on the idea that perhaps Romero's filmography is special because of its flaws rather than in spite of those flaws.
Christian and Ian never put their ponytails in the garbage disposal.
We are back on yet another hot summer night to discuss horror movies new and old. Our new movie review is for the polarizing teen horror flick, WISH UPON. We continue the Summer Funhouse with our Movie from the Crypt pick for this episode, Mel Brooks' seminal horror parody, YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN. We also discuss deodorant, "knockers" meaning boobs, and Ryan Phillippe playing the saxophone.
Christian and Ian have spent so much time talking about zombies that it's time they look around, look around at how lucky they are to be alive right now.
We continue our Overkill series in which we will be discussing the movies in George Romero's "Dead" franchise. During each episode we will answer the question- are we still in on this franchise or is it overkill? For this episode we stumble into the recording studio and attempt to break down Romero's found footage debut, DIARY OF THE DEAD. There are tangents-a-plenty so we also discuss hiding in Ikea furniture, the cancer reducing effects of blueberries, and reading other people's diaries.
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Christian and Ian are raising funds for endangered Sumatran Rat-Monkeys.
A long holiday weekend is here, but we're still celebrating Pride month in our own way. Our first review is of THE BABADOOK in response to the unusual way in which the titular character became an LGBT icon. We continue the Summer Funhouse with our Movie from the Crypt pick for this episode, the outrageously gory Peter Jackson film, DEAD ALIVE. We also discuss cockroaches, an anus that falls in love with itself, and the music video for the song Candy by Mandy Moore.