This made-for-TV movie event from the 80’s starred some well-known faces, but it hasn’t remained well-known. You probably missed it when it first aired, and it enjoyed an extremely short release on home video and DVD that you probably missed too. But don’t miss our discussion about this film that, despite its many flaws, had some good moments and didn’t fail to put us in the Halloween spirit.
Despite being billed as “the first gay slasher film,” not many people have heard of this 2004 micro-budget indie movie. It did not receive a wide release, but it’s now available for streaming online, 14 years later, and we both concluded that it is definitely worth a watch. Listen here for our analysis
Studio interference probably kept this movie from becoming great. Though Dead and Buried came packaged up with some great acting, a decent cast and creepy atmosphere, history has shown this film to have lived up to its title. Our verdict? Listen to our first episode this Halloween season to find out!
Todd was thrilled to finally introduce Craig to the official Troma catalog, and he selected one of their most recent horror-comedy-musicals that more or less accurately represents the notorious low-budget movie house’s wacky, no-holds-barred, punk sensibilities. What did Craig think of it? Have a listen to find out.
We love to do kid-oriented horror movies, and this week we turn once again to Tobe Hooper’s oeuvre for this modern update of the 1953 B-movie classic. It’s not the best, but it’s not the worst. Come join us for an in-depth review.