On this episode, Josh from Lunchmeat VHS joins the show yet again to break down perhaps Rob Zombie's strongest film to date, The Devil's Rejects! We discuss each scene of the movie in all it's gritty nature, and eventually find ourselves in a moral dilemma regarding who we should be rooting for. So, grab yourself some tutti fruity and give this episode a listen because it's one you don't want to miss!
I'm super stoked to be joined yet again by my friend Brandon to discuss this one! It's been a long time coming, but we are finally getting around to covering this understandably generally disliked film in the Scream franchise. We mixed up some drinks and sat down to watch this entire movie, so feel free to do the same. If you're not ready to visually reexperience this bloated mess known as Scream 3, just simply listen along and we'll fill you in along the way!
It's good to be back for a new episode, especially when it's with Josh from Lunchmeat VHS! Today we are diving into the modern day classic known as House of 1000 Corpses. We discuss our mutual love for White Zombie growing up, our memories of this movie blowing our minds when it came out, and of course, we go deep and break it down scene-by-scene in all its bloody glory!
I am beyond VHStoked to be joined yet again my friend Josh Shafer from Lunchmeat VHS! On our last episode together we discovered our mutual love for this often misunderstood and bizarre movie, so we knew we had to devote a full episode to it, especially since this month marks its 30th anniversary! We break down this comedy-monster flick start-to-finish, go in depth on some of the behind the scenes, and try to figure out how the hell this underrated movie came to be hated by so many!
It's good to be joined yet again by my friend Brandon for a new episode, and we decided to stick around the early 2000's to cover this somewhat divisive remake! We break this one down in all its dirty sepia-toned glory and give our thoughts on what we think they got right and what they got wrong. Before we dive into this movie we talk about the Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise as a whole and discuss why they can't seem to get this series right. Oh, and we give an important update on Britney!
Very excited to be joined yet again by my friend Brandon! Today we are discussing the 2006 classic by Neil Marshall, "The Descent". We deep-dive on this movie and various other topics, but mostly talk about reasons why Juno is an awful person. Oh, and we talk about the unnecessary garbage sequel to this movie as well. Throw on your best pair of 2006 bootcut jeans and give this episode a listen!
Super stoked to have David Howard Thornton join the show! We discuss many topics including: David's upbringing in rural Alabama, his theatre roots, auditioning and landing the role of Art the Clown, all things Terrifier and its upcoming sequel, and he answers some listener submitted questions!
Got a killer episode for you today! I am joined by Schuylar Croom, singer of the rock n roll band "He Is Legend" from Wilmington, NC. We get weird on this one. We talk about vegetarian/ vegan diets, growing up in the south, urban legends, ghosts and cryptids, psychedelics, meditation, and of course- a good dose of horror movie talk!
Schuylar's Instagram/Twitter: @crucialdude
Intro song: "Air Raid" off the album "Few"
Outro: "Boogiewoman" off the album "White Bat"
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Welcome to the Halloween hangover episode! Today, Brandon and I discuss this classic Halloween staple as a send off to our favorite season. Before jumping into the movie, we discuss Texas Chainsaw Massacre news, Scream 5 updates, and we talk about the new Halloween Kills trailer! And of course we talk about some recent movies we've watched as well. Don't forget to leave an itunes rating and don't forget to check your candy!
This is one VHSick episode! Very excited to have Josh Schafer from Lunchmeat VHS joining the podcast today. Starting in 2008 with the celebration and preservation of VHS and video store culture in mind, Lunchmeat has helped VHSpread the good word to the masses. In this episode we touch on many rad topics. Josh and I bro out over exercise,
talk about the fate of Video Vortex (a 70,000 title video store that Josh helped create in Raleigh, NC), horror movie recommendations, the thrill of VHS hunting, and VCR care tips. We also discuss a vastly underrated flick from the early 90's, and so much more!