Dave, Marcus, and Colin go spelunking in the claustrophobic nightmare The Descent (2005). Our advice, if your friend finds a random cave to explore, maybe you should proceed with a bit of caution, or find new friends.
Dave, Marcus, and Colin review the 2003 remake of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Jessica Biel and R. Lee Ermey are great in this well-crafted horror movie, but Colin has some gripes when compared to the original. Also, is a chainsaw really a practical weapon?
Dave, Marcus, and Colin travel to Mega City One to hit the Slo-Mo and heap praise on the Karl Urban-led, ultraviolent, and very fun re-imagining of the comic “Judge Dredd.” And when he says he is the law… he really means it.
Dave, Marcus, and Colin disagree if Oliver Stone’s Natural Born Killers is a masterpiece or a piece of sh**! Listen to our lively discussion trying to figure out just what is going on in the movie. The one thing we all love is Robert Downey Jr’s performance as Wayne Gale!
We’re back with another Friday Night Frights episode, and Sam Raimi returns to his roots with his fun gore-filled horror style, Drag Me to Hell (2009) does not disappoint. Christine, just give the old lady a loan extension!
Dave, Marcus and Colin marvel at how a 63 year old Eastwood is able to scale the rooftops, flirt with a much younger Rene Russo, and discuss how assassins take inspiration from mood boards….poor Dylan McDermott never had a chance…
Party… er, podcast at the Moon Tower! Marcus is off buying Aerosmith tickets, so Dave and Colin are joined by their friend Marc to take a fun and nostalgic look at Richard Linklater’s coming of age comedy set in 1976 Austin, Tx. Alright, alright, alright!
A special one year anniversary episode, we are pulling our first podcast off the shelf and releasing. William Friedkin’s Cruising is our first movie, we had lots to learn about: recording, editing, quality, and picking movies!
Dave, Marcus, and Colin discuss how David Fincher’s first major film relates to the overall Alien franchise, and debate the proper form one should use whilst diving into a pool of molten lead, lava, or just a furnace.
Grab your BOOM-stick and join Dave, Marcus, and Colin as they travel to the Middle Ages to help Bruce Campbell battle the Army of Darkness in the third installment of Sam Raimi’s Evil Dead franchise. Come get some!
Dave, Marcus, and Colin discuss the adventures of the world’s greatest singing cat-burglar, musician screenwriters, and the most annoying villains in the history of film. Spoiler alert: Colin hated it.
Dave, Marcus and Colin discuss one of the last great big budget creature features. It’s Kevin Bacon and Fred Ward vs. giant underground monsters…just stay out of Burt Gummer’s rec room unless you’re formally invited – he does not take well to trespassers.
Some lines shouldn’t be crossed….and some movies probably shouldn’t have been made. Dave, Colin, and Jamie discuss Joel Schumacher’s 1990’s FLATLINERS – reds and blues, steam, and some great Kevin Bacon hair.