This week, only a few months late, we explore the works of Stephen McHattie and Bruce McDonald, a dark speaking horror flick, "Pontypool", and what may or may not be a spiritual sequel, "Dreamland".
Sunday, March 7, 2021
Taking a shortcut to movies we just felt like watching, we took a bit of a break this week and only mildly regretted our choices. In this episode, Corey and Maddy discuss the Weird Al masterpiece, 'UHF' and the Seth Green's magnum opus, 'Can't Hardly Wait'.
Saturday, February 13, 2021
This week we explore the delightful world of childhood best friends, from robot girls next door to - - robots in costumes, to nothing else because we're only reviewing two movies. First is Wes Craven's cult classic 'Deadly Friend' and the long awaited gritty adaptation of 'Banana Splits' none of us realized we were waiting for.
Saturday, January 16, 2021
Starting off the New Year with some metal and mayhem. A good cop goes bionic in the 1980s satirical sci-fi classic, Robocop, while Soviet soldiers head to Germany during World War 2 to discover the true limits of medicine and madness in Frankenstein's Army.
Friday, December 4, 2020
Only four weeks behind, Found Footage-Tober finally meets its end with the mother of all found footage films: Blair Witch, and her sister sequels. Viral marketing, shaky cameras, creepy forests. Everything you need for a low budget masterpiece.
Saturday, November 7, 2020
As October stretches into November, we continue our found footage journey with a couple of favorites, 'Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon', and 'WNUF Halloween Special'. This is also a horror pack featured episode.
Saturday, October 31, 2020
At absolutely the last minute and into November, we've finally done it. We've begun releasing our 'Found Footage-Tober' event. Three episodes in which we discuss iconic and otherwise found footage films. This week we tackle 'Ghostwatch' and 'Host'.