In this episode, Corey breaks down the good and the bad of the first 3 'Insidious' films, Maddy talks about 'Sinister' and Corey can't resist mentioning that questionable sequel as well.
Tuesday, June 1, 2021
Saturday, May 22, 2021
Last year, I had intended to upload my yearly Halloween photos, but time got in the way and one week quickly turned into a month — then another, then yet another — and here we are less than half a year to our next Halloween and they are still sitting on my phone.
Well, my friends, no longer! Today I am finally posting them. Quick disclaimer, this is my roommate, my friend and next door neighbor, and my boyfriend. It was a safe and socially distanced holiday. Also, curling my hair to dress up as Michael Emerson - worth it, but I will never do that again. Two hours. Two HOURS!
Sunday, May 9, 2021
In this 100th episode special - - we've finally done it. We've watched and evaluated the film you've all been waiting for, 'Night of the Day of the Dawn of the Son of the Bride of the Return of the Revenge of the Terror of the Attack of the Evil, Mutant, Hellbound, Flesh-Eating Subhumanoid Zombified Living Dead'. We also touch on the much lesser known piece 'Night of the Living Dead' and dinner staple 'Night of the Living Bread'. Join us as Maddy begins to regret ever allowing Corey to pick a movie.
Thursday, April 22, 2021
Do you like Bauhaus? Do you like New York? Do you like crippling alcoholism and the inevitable crushing depression of death creeping up behind you while you watch yourself aging by the second? Then do we have the episode for you! This week, Corey and Maddy explore two unusual vampire classics, Larry Fessenden's first major feature 'Habit, and the ode to Catherine Deneuve and David Bowie's new wave gothic beauty, 'The Hunger'.
Saturday, April 10, 2021
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.