10.17.2017

Episode 321 - Scream 2

On this week's episode, the gang goes back to Craven Country to discuss the bloated sequel, Scream 2! What's with all the emotional scenes reuniting characters from the first movie? How are we supposed to believe that Laurie Metcalf lifted Jamie Kennedy up off the ground? And why does David Warner insist on this college theater production continue despite the multiple murders? PLUS: Terminator 2: Budnick Day!

Scream 2 stars Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, Laurie Metcalf, Jamie Kennedy, Jerry O'Connell, Timothy Olyphant, Liev Schreiber, Omar Epps, Jada Pinkett Smith, Sarah Michelle Gellar, and Duane Martin; directed by Wes Craven.

Be sure to catch our live commentary over I Know What You Did Last Summer, October 27th at the Jacob Burns Film Center's fourth annual Halloween Marathon! Get your tickets here—the early bird passes are still available until 10/18!


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10.10.2017

Episode 320 - Dr. Giggles

On this week's episode, the 2017 Halloween Spooktacular takes a sick day with the ridiculously fun 90's slasher, Dr. Giggles! What's with this veteran cop wearing NFL merchandise? Who's responsible for that horrendous prop vanilla ice cream? How did this film never get a sequel—direct to DVD or otherwise? And what's with this kid and his mom's underwear? PLUS: Dr. Mario is actually just Mario Mario's 1970's drug dealer persona!

Dr. Giggles stars Larry Drake, Holly Marie Combs, Cliff De Young, Glenn Quinn, Keith Diamond, Richard Bradford, and Doug E. Doug; directed by Manny Coto.



Be sure to catch our live commentary over I Know What You Did Last Summer, October 27th at the Jacob Burns Film Center's fourth annual Halloween Marathon! Get your tickets here—the early bird passes are still available until 10/18!


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10.03.2017

Episode 319 - Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare

On this week's episode, we kick off the 2017 Halloween Spooktacular by tackling the super-silly, super-stupid, Freddy sequel, Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare! Why did they stop trying to make these movies scary? What's with those quotes at the beginning? And did anyone really care to learn this much about Freddy's back story? PLUS: We play another round of the classic game: Ponytail or Rat Tail?

Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare stars Robert Englund, Lisa Zane, Shon Greenblatt, Lezlie Deane, Ricky Dean Logan, Breckin Meyer, Yaphet Kotto, Tom Arnold, Roseanne Barr, and Oprah Noodlemantra; directed by Rachel Talalay.

Be sure to catch our live commentary over I Know What You Did Last Summer, October 27th at the Jacob Burns Film Center's fourth annual Halloween Marathon! Get your tickets here!


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9.26.2017

Episode 318 - Samurai Cop

On this week's episode, the gang finally gets around to a hotly anticipated title, the absolutely fun and ridiculous, Samurai Cop! The final selection in the now-defunct Patreon Selects tier, this D-Grade cult classic features one of the worst wigs in cinema history, no less than five parking lot fight scenes, and several goons on PCP! PLUS: Patrick Stewart and the TNG cast get dragged to the film's big Hollywood "premiere!"

Samurai Cop stars Robert Z'Dar, Mathew Karedas (here as Matt Hannon), Janis Farley, Mark Frazier, Melissa Moore, Gerald Okamura, Dale Cummings, Cranston Komuro, and Joselito Rescober as "Costa Rican Waiter"; directed by Amir Shervan.

And hey, gang, be sure to catch us this year at the L.A. Podfest, October 6-8. More information is available at www.lapodfest.com!


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9.19.2017

Episode 317 - If Looks Could Kill

On this week's episode, the guys go back to school with the spectacularly ridiculous, high school spy comedy, If Looks Could Kill! Why doesn't Richard Grieco just sit these people down and explain the situation calmly? How often were they waxing his eyebrows on set? And how much of this film was stolen by later Bond films—or was it the other way around? PLUS: A big bit of information about our L.A. Podfest appearance!

If Looks Could Kill stars Richard Grieco, Roger Rees, Linda Hunt, Robin Bartlett, Gabrielle Anwar, and Roger Daltrey; directed by William Dear.


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