https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-jbd6j-bbfbf5 https://youtu.be/3KlG4-eC7Yc Tony Sands joins Paul Dulski to discuss their upcoming comedy horror short film, Eat Me Out (Of House and Home). Where it's in the vein of Come Dine With Me. Six guests, six plates of food and maybe a little something extra on the menu that wasn't anticipated. Coming soon to film festivals,... Continue Reading →
A young couple's quest to rent the scariest movies on Halloween results in a real life horror show they may not live to regret.
Released on September 7th 2018, Skeletons in the Closet is a 80 minutes long indie horror movie in which we see humorous interactions between a young girl and her babysitter, who are watching the titular TV show, featuring a Widow and her dead husband who watch short horror movies. This review explores the movie and analyses... Continue Reading →
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-tuvmy-ab0853 https://youtu.be/7rIH3SyEQDc We had the pleasure to talking with John Russo, co-writer of Night of the Living Dead. We talked how he got into writing, the headaches of being in the business. And how what John has put out recently, like his latest film "My Uncle John Is a Zombie", and "Epidemic of the Living... Continue Reading →
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-t4kvw-a9c02b https://youtu.be/tTAA0qPXY24 Happy St. Patrick's Day and 26th Anniversary for Leprechaun, released on January 8th 1993. Starring Jennifer Aniston,Warwick Davis. We discuss how the original film will be the best one out of all the others, our least and favorites and how the franchise could be better. Don't get caught with his gold or else... Continue Reading →
https://youtu.be/f7ewKhETNzc "What starts out as a million dollar trophy hunt at Cherokee Creek for the legendary Bigfoot, quickly turns violent when they realize that the mythical creature is more prepared and dangerous than they ever anticipated. Some weeks later, a group of friends decide to throw a surprise bachelor party for their friend in these... Continue Reading →
I am a big fan of the original by Charles Band, to the point I've probably seen it more times than I can even remember. Then we get a new "vision" of a classic, that maybe we've already have seen before? Just switch the idea around, environment, and doll. As much as I love the... Continue Reading →