On this week’s episode, we get into the festive spirit with 1993’s SON-IN-LAW, and nothing screams the holidays like a Thanksgiving-set Pauly Shore flick originally released on Fourth of July weekend. Cones will be cupped, grindage will be munched, and gigs will be weized, as The Weasel takes on Midwestern farm life, buuuuuuuudy! And–spoiler alert!–we may have a soft spot for the doofus.
As our Month of Horrors Extravaganza comes to an end, we take a look at David Cronenberg’s ooey-gooey remake of THE FLY from 1986, a film so gross that it nearly made our guest lose her lunch. And who can blame her? Bones are broken, limbs are dissolved with acid, and jaws are ripped clean off. And we haven’t even mentioned Jeff Goldblum’s mullet! Meanwhile, co-host Steve seems most horrified by the journalistic ethics on display, while Luke takes a liking to the name ‘Stathis Borans’. So grab a barf bag and enjoy!
Our Month of Horrors Extravaganza continues this week with 1992’s split personality thriller RAISING CAIN, directed by the divisive Brian De Palma. John Lithgow camps it up as the stupidly named Carter Nix and his multiple personalities. But which performance do we love more? The ineffectual husband? The leather jacket-clad, cigarette-smoking bad boy Cain? The Norwegian father with the laughable accent? Or the sensibly dressed and coquettish Margo? Somehow deadly sundials and Andrea from Beverly Hills, 90210 make their way into proceedings, but what proves most perplexing is the definition of the word ‘swarthy.’ We’re still baffled.
Our Month of Horrors Extravaganza continues with a truly terrifying flick, 2006’s THE WICKER MAN, starring Nicolas Cage in a bear costume and a whole lot of angry bees. Women will be punched, bikes will be stolen at gunpoint, and writer/director Neil LaBute will reveal that nothing is scarier than a misogynist with a $30 million budget. But will we ever learn how that doll got burned? Seriously, how’d it get burned?!! How’d it get burned?!!! How’d it get burned!!!! We attempt to get to the bottom of it all. Bring your Epi-pen.
This week, we kick off our October Horror Extravaganza with Rusty Cundieff’s TALES FROM THE HOOD from 1995, a supernatural anthology with a social conscience. What happens when racist cops, child abusers, drug dealers, dirty politicians, and white supremacists mix with zombies, monsters, mad scientists, and killer dolls? As we discover, this ain’t your average trip to the Terror Dome.
On this week’s episode, we tackle 2002’s THE COUNTRY BEARS, inspired by the classic Disney attraction. Who knew our first foray into G-rated fare would result in such profound talking points as the ethics of interspecies adoption, drug addiction, gender identification, and music appreciation? Oh, and maybe beastialtiy. Bear-gasms? Definitely. And hey, is that Christopher Walken in boxer shorts and bunny slippers?
On this week’s episode, the shack is back and–spoiler alert!–it’s whack! We discuss 1988’s much-maligned comedy sequel CADDYSHACK II, a movie so bad that co-host Luke literally fled the country to avoid it. Sucker. Who would want to miss seeing a talking, wine-swilling gopher puppet? So if you ever thought, “Hey, wouldn’t it be cool if they took all the dirty stuff out of Caddyshack and made it family-friendly?” then this is the film for you!
On this week’s episode, we discuss The Lonely Island’s first feature film, 2007’s cult comedy HOT ROD. And by discuss, I mean we endlessly quote lines from it and laugh hysterically. So if that’s what you’re into, cool beans!
On this week’s episode, we head back to the movie theater for 2017’s GOOD TIME, starring Robert Pattinson as a low-level criminal who will do anything to save his incarcerated younger brother. Underage make-out sessions, Sprite bottles of acid, bags of money, and BDSM-inspired amusement park rides all play crucial roles in the most realistic and unsettling thriller to hit suburban multiplexes in ages. WARNING! THIS EPISODE CONTAINS MAJOR SPOILERS!!
On this week’s episode, we take an adrenaline shot straight to the heart with 2006’s bonkers action extravaganza CRANK, starring the one-and-only Jason Statham. We’ve got 90 minutes to determine if it’s pure genius or an offensive headache, and these Red Bulls and nasal sprays will only last for so long. Buckle up and enjoy!