I didn’t think I’d see the day but here we are celebrating Trovember again. We’re kicking it off with Rabid Grannies. A movie with the greatest title, plot summary, and cover art ever, yet manages to deliver on none of these.
We tackle a newer movie but one that has been requested as much, if not more, then many of the classics. This week we are talking about Blumhouse’s attempt to give Halloween a soft reboot. It goes poorly.
We’re back with a movie we are both insanely excited to talk about. Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers. The main take away is how awful it must be to work with or deal with Loomis on a daily basis.
Well, this one was a disaster. Sean’s sick, the movie is slow as hell, and Joe’s hungover from our watch-along party. We are talking about Burnt Offerings from 1976, a movie where nothing happens and is two hours long. Enjoy.
This is our first (maybe?) non-horror episode. We look at the cult skater movie Thrashin’ from 1986 starring a young Josh Brolin TOTES THRASHIN UP THE PLACE. It’s a movie about skateboarding gangs that don’t do a lot… It’s GREAT.
Hey everyone we are back an with more (different) technical issues so that’s cool. Hopefully, we’ll figure them out sometime soon. This week we discuss Witchboard 2: The Devils Doorway. It’s the same movie as the first Witchtrap so… enjoy?