Patrick Crain returns to the show to talk about his time at TEXAS FRIGHTMARE WEEKEND 2015. He talks about some of the spoils he brought back from that event and tells a funny anecdote about his dealings with the mysterious and inebriated Udo Kier.
Anna from the OKC chapter of Nerdy Girls joins us for this special episode in which she talks about her experiences during the last Star Wars Celebration convention.
Three years and 100 episodes in the can! It's a damn miracle that we've lasted this long, but here we are, still plugging away like the senile old bastards that we are.
An old one returned!
Another golden oldie!
Another episode that hasn't been available for some time.
While we're gearing up to record our 100th episode (yes I know the counter says 97 but we can explain) we dug up an old episode devoted to the many iterations of Gotham's favorite son, The Caped Crusader, The Dark Knight, Mr. Grumpy Pants himself...The Goddamn Batman.
Patrick Crain of DAMAGED Viewing/OKC Film Club originally joined us to record an episode over martial arts movies, but after a very entertaining and enlightening opening segment, we decided to put a pin in the martial arts topic and just shoot the shit. We talk about Robert Altman's POPEYE adaptation, John Carpenter's underrated MEMOIRS OF AN INVISIBLE MAN, awkward horror convention cosplayers, and a metric ton of other random movie tidbits. We also talk about Grindhouse Releasing's incredible blu-ray treatments of Lucio Fulci's THE BEYOND and Duke Mitchell's cult curiosities MASSACRE MAFIA STYLE & GONE WITH THE POPE.
We open our latest show with a discussion over the found footage alchemical nightmare AS ABOVE, SO BELOW, then we explore the dark side of Hollywood with the indie horror film STARRY EYES, and then we wonder why we've been forgetting to do our intro.
Our main topic is all about films with the central theme of revenge. BIG BAD WOLVES, JAWS: THE REVENGE, DEAD MAN'S SHOES, IN THE BEDROOM, CAPE FEAR, THE LIMEY, OLDBOY, I SAW THE DEVIL, SWEENY TODD, and THE CROW are all discussed.
Friend of the show IHATETHEDMD on Instagram is working on a new B-movie called BREAKINSTEIN! Please check out his pages and give him some support.
In this episode, the lads talk about animated films. SONG OF THE SEA, THE SECRET OF NIMH, HEAVY METAL, WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT, ROCK & RULE, AKIRA, VAMPIRE HUNTER D, NINJA SCROLL, FIST OF THE NORTH STAR, and many more.
In this episode, the guys talk about important, omnipresent, and popular films that they've never seen before. Films such as THE GODFATHERII/III, LAWRENCE OF ARABIA, CITIZEN KANE, E.T., and many more. We never said that we were the pinnacle of film enthusiasm, but we're trying.
We also talk about the video game EVOLVE, the Canadian horror/comedy werewolf film WOLFCOP, and the 80's slasher SLEEPAWAY CAMP.
Alex of the OKC Film Club returns to the show to talk about the upcoming OKC Film Club 2nd Anniversary Party, what's in the works for the future of the club, and his secret love of pro wrestling.
We return from beyond the Mountains of Madness to bring to you an episode over one of the true masters of horror, H.P. Lovecraft. We talk about films based upon or inspired by his writings, such films as DAGON, FROM BEYOND, CALL OF CTHULHU, THE WHISPER IN DARKNESS, and THE DUNWICH HORROR; along with John Carpenter's IN THE MOUTH OF MADNESS, NECRONOMICON, and CTHULHU.
We also talk about the new Lovecraftian film coming from the good people at ASTRON 6, THE VOID! Check out their INDIE GOGO page at www.igg.me/at/thevoid
Eric, Rodney, and AK-47 have a free form conversation over BIRDMAN, Rod's opinion of JUPITER ASCENDING, AK-47 checking out the OSCAR animated short film program at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, and Eric's unbridled excitement over Guillermo Del Toro's gothic horror epic CRIMSON PEAK. Also in this episode, tangents galore!
This is a classic cut from our first year of podcasting. We were young, inexperienced, and eager to please. Enjoy this little blast from the past as Matt, Rodney, and Eric talk about one of the most influential horror franchises of all time.