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Bravo for the B-side Podcast

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B movies are what we love at Bravo for the B-side. Here we dissect B movies, from the earnest efforts and studio-level quality films to the camcorder-based, utter amateur movies. After a beat by beat dissection of the movie we talk about what lesson(s) could be learned for beginning writers, directo… read more

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The Invitation – Episode 137

July 25th, 2022


We do love a thriller, but it has to thrill. Unfortunately The Invitation does not provide any thrills. Good direction by Karyn Kusama, good cinematography, decent performances, but things fall apart with the writing. …

The Rogue Barrens – Episode 136

July 19th, 2022


Someone reached out, and we watched their film. The Rogue Barrens is a no-budget, short feature that delivers. Exemplifying everything about Indie film – economy of locations, making the best of available equipment, …

Evergreen – Episode 135

July 12th, 2022


Sometimes a movie hits some deep personal beats. The film Evergreen does just that, and a lot more. This excellent indie film has some rock-solid …

Almost Adults – Episode 134

July 4th, 2022


We swing into Almost Adults, a great film about best friends evolving into being full-on grown-ups. There is a lot of great stuff here, thematically …

Danny Trejo Tribute with guest Miles Trout – Episode 133

June 27th, 2022


We give tribute to the great Danny Trejo, an actor that we simply adore and who deserves a tribute for more reasons than just being in movies. We have friend Miles Trout from the Discdump Podcast joining us to pay …

Doctor Carver – Episode 132

June 20th, 2022


Deciding it was time for a horror film, we jumped in to Doctor Carver. Disappointment comes in all forms, and this film managed to pretty much deliver on all of them. We knew what we were getting into, as director …

Blush – Episode 131

June 14th, 2022


This week we dive into Blush. There are some differing opinions on the film’s theme, but the long and short of it is that this is unfortunately an ambitious effort that did not cross the finish line. Lessons gleaned …

The Party’s Just Beginning – Episode 130

June 7th, 2022


Not only is The Party’s Just Beginning, written and directed by Karen Gillan, is a must see on all levels. The main character copes with the suicide of her best friend, and never before has the reality and raw truth of …

Sensitivity Training – Episode 129

May 31st, 2022


We dive into Sensitivity Training, a light-hearted comedy that has some serious lessons in writing, directing, acting, overall production value. A callous woman is forced into sensitivity training sessions in order to …

Runoff – Episode 128

May 23rd, 2022


This week it’s another film that launched some great conversation. Runoff takes us deep into the quandary of the American farmer. Female lead Joanne Kelly runs us through some very tough moral dilemmas facing the truth …

Take This Waltz – Episode 127

May 16th, 2022


Take This Waltz is a fantastic character-driven film. Directed and written by Sarah Polley and starring Michelle Williams, Seth Rogan, Sarah …

Chat with Hilton Ariel Ruiz – Episode 126

May 2nd, 2022


For the third time friend Hilton Ariel Ruiz is on the show. We talk about the ramping up of production for Zombie With A Shotgun 2. We chat about indie filmmaking post-COVID, how it has affected all levels from actors …

Frankenhooker – Episode 125

April 18th, 2022


A long-time favorite of Jim’s, Frankenhooker is the Citizen Kane of the Tromaverse. Straight from 1990 this comedy, billed as a horror comedy, exemplifies everything that the 80’s stood for in b-movies. Hardly a horror, …

Fountaine and the Vengeful Nun Who Wouldn’t Die – Episode 124

April 4th, 2022


This episode is the first time we’ve had to bail on a film. Fountaine and the Vengeful Nun Who Wouldn’t Die unfortunately crossed our tolerance line …

Interview with Jennifer Hill – Episode 123

March 21st, 2022


We talk with the wonderful Jennifer Hill, who played the mythical Beowulf in the great indie movie Bae Wolf. An excellent conversation about trials …

Interview with David Axe and Cast and Crew of Bae Wolf-Part 2 – Episode 122

March 8th, 2022


It’s the second half of our talk with the cast and crew of Bae Wolf. Amazing talents of David Axe, Stephan Jensen, Brendan Thompson, Morgan Shaley …

Interview with David Axe and Cast-Crew of Bae Wolf Part 1 – Episode 121

February 21st, 2022


We talk with the cast and crew of Bae Wolf. Amazing talents of David Axe, Stephan Jensen, Brendan Thompson, Morgan Shaley Renew, and Cleve Langdale. …

Bae Wolf – Episode 120

February 7th, 2022


We dive into Bae Wolf. Sent to us as a screener, this tongue-in-cheek take on the classic Beowulf tale is fun from start to finish. David Axe …

Coyote Lake – Episode 119

January 24th, 2022


Coyote Lake is no fun-in-the-sun film. This thought-provoking, unique thriller by Sara Seligman stirs up some deep thoughts. The lessons are …

Zero Charisma – Episode 118

January 17th, 2022


In Zero Charisma we have some great lessons, if not a couple of them being cautionary. A power-hungry, immature Game Master loses a longtime player and reluctantly brings on a new player. This player doesn’t understand …

I’m Not Here – Episode 117

January 10th, 2022


We dissect a deep, majestically artistic and emotional film, I’m Not Here. Starring JK Simmons, and directed by Michelle Schumacher, this is a blazing fire of lessons for everyone. We consider this to be JK Simmon’s …

Psycho Goreman – Episode 116

January 3rd, 2022


After sitting on the list for a while we finally break into Psycho Goreman. This film is full of lessons, not the least of which is if you are going …

Alice Guy-Blache Retrospective – Episode 115

December 27th, 2021


We end the year by focusing on a woman who we embarrassingly never heard of; Alice Guy-Blaché. This woman was the first female filmmaker. The first filmmaker to create narrative stories, not just stock footage. She was …

Slay Belles – Episode 114

December 20th, 2021


It’s that time of year for a Santa slasher! Dive into the holiday with us as we dissect Slay Belles. This Santa slasher doubles as a bonus Krampus …

Interview with David Keith and Paul Flannery – Episode 113

December 13th, 2021


For the third time we have David Ryan Keith on the show, this time joined by the fantastic actor Paul Flannery, who played Johnathan Blazer in Ghosts …

Ghosts of Darkness – Episode 112

December 6th, 2021


From David Ryan Keith we have another excellent movie. Ghosts of Darkness is a wonderful horror movie that calls back to the classic horror films. A …

The Gods Must Be Crazy – Episode 111

November 29th, 2021


From the early 80s we have a South African indie-comedy, The Gods Must Be Crazy. It’s a complete nonsense, buffoonery level fun film that takes a clean, simple approach to humor. We talk about this highs of the movie …

The Vicious Kind – Episode 110

November 23rd, 2021


The Vicious Kind is another movie where the story is not quite up-front on its intent or purpose. We surmise some theories, but ultimately it will be …

Naked Lunch – Episode 109

November 16th, 2021


An adaptation of the William S. Burroughs book, David Cronenberg brings us a muddled, uninviting film with Naked Lunch. Names like Peter Weller, Judy …

Astro Loco – Episode 108

November 8th, 2021


We really wish we could tell you what Astro Loco is about. We do tell you what happens in the movie, but the point of it eludes us. It took some time …

Blue World Order – Episode 107

November 1st, 2021


A nuclear war, a fleet of DeLoreans, and Billy Zane. Unfortunately these excellent features do not help mend the fractured plot and storytelling of Blue World Order. Certainly an ambitious film, and technically sound, …

Hunt for the Wilderpeople – Episode 106

October 25th, 2021


It’s a bushwhacking ride this week as we dive into Hunt for the Wilderpeople. This Taika Waititi film is not just a magnificent family watch, it’s a …

Cold Souls – Episode 105

October 18th, 2021


Paul Giamatti. What else needs to be said? We plunge into Cold Souls, the 2009 film from Sophie Barthes where Mr. Giamatti plays a fictionalized …

Arcade – Episode 104

October 11th, 2021


Hearkening from the early 90s, Arcade gives us the very worst of genre exploitation. More frustrating than frightening, Arcade takes us into a …

The Mind’s Eye – Episode 103

October 4th, 2021


A sci-fi horror thriller, The Mind’s Eye is a solid work on all levels. We dive into this salute to the old 80’s film Scanners set in the 90s and …

The Tall Guy – Episode 102

September 28th, 2021


We deep-dive into The Tall Guy. This wonderful film with Jeff Goldblum and Emma Thompson is a riotous ride out of the ‘80s into a new era. A UK movie …

Repo: The Genetic Opera – Episode 101

September 20th, 2021


This one comes from Dani’s vault. We cut deep into Repo: The Genetic Opera. This rock-opera has it all. Gore, out of this world performances, dark …

Movies That Shaped Or Moved Us – Episode 100

September 13th, 2021


For our 100th episode we bring in our daughter Lily and we all talk about films that moved us and shaped us through our lives. We celebrate this milestone by talking about the films that got us to where we are, why they …

Dark Star – Episode 099

September 7th, 2021


Another long-time in the vault choice, we dive into John Carpenter’s Dark Star. This 1974 gem is another favorite that has so many wonderful stories …

R100 – Episode 098

August 31st, 2021


Another first for the show. We dive into a subtitled movie, R100, and we are not sorry for it. We watched this movie for pure entertainment, and …

Interview with David Howard Thornton – Episode 097

August 24th, 2021


We have David Howard Thornton on the show! You know him as Art the Clown from Terrifier, and the Joker on Nightwing. Unlike either of those …

This World Won’t Break – Episode 096

August 17th, 2021


This is a first for the show. We found This World Won’t Break and thought its story of artistic struggle would reach all creatives. We could not …

The Station Agent – Episode 095

August 10th, 2021


We dive into The Station Agent. This 2003 piece of brilliance stars Peter Dinklage, Patricia Clarkson, Bobby Cannavale, and is directed by Tom McCarthy. McCarthy’s first foray into directing shows the born talent of …

The Perfect Host – Episode 094

August 3rd, 2021


David Hyde Pierce gives us a dinner party like no other. This movie, with a brilliantly misleading trailer, gives surprises, humor, and a lot of WTF moments. Dive into this weird as hell dinner party with us as we talk …

Terrifier – Episode 093

July 27th, 2021


Who doesn’t love crazy clowns that kill? Terrifier gives us the return of Art the Clown, a silent but thoroughly enjoyable psychopath. Terrifier breaks conventions with some surprising moves, all of which elevate this …

Another Interview with Kyle Hester – Episode 092

July 20th, 2021


After a lot of packing and unpacking, Kyle Hester returns to the show to talk about his projects, pandemic, state of indie film, and future YouTube projects. Listen and catch up on the status of Preacher 6, Zombie with …

The Lighthouse (2016) – Episode 091

July 12th, 2021


Released in 2016, 2018 in the US, this UK version of The Lighthouse is spectacularly subtle and soul-wrenching. Sticking to old-school storytelling, …

Another Interview with Hilton Ariel Ruiz – Episode 090

July 6th, 2021


We talk once again with Hilton Ariel Ruiz. Creator of Zombie with a Shotgun, Klanz Rules, director of several excellent documentaries, this man is an …

Another Interview with Failureboys Productions – Episode 089

June 29th, 2021


Returning to the show are Pete Marcy, Joe Marcy, Chris Marcy, and Adam Anderson of Failureboys Productions. We talk about the re-release of Firefly and some excellent behind the scenes stories. Talented filmmakers and …

Eat Locals – Episode 088

June 22nd, 2021


We dive into the UK film Eat Locals. Jam packed with big names, this vampire horror/comedy delivers on a great many levels. We had a lot of fun watching it the first time, and just as much fun watching it for the …

Firefly – Episode 087

June 15th, 2021


It’s a new release of an older film. Firefly hails from 2005, from our friends at Failureboys Productions. This version has been remastered in 5.1 …

The Toxic Avenger – Episode 086

June 8th, 2021


It’s been a long time on the list, but we finally get to The Toxic Avenger. A foundation cult-classic with a loyal following, this movie birthed the …

Absentia – Episode 085

June 1st, 2021


It’s another random find in the sea of films, but a well-liked find. It’s Absentia, a film written and directed by Mike Flanagan, who you may know as the director of Doctor Sleep. There are a lot of great things in here …

Rubber – Episode 084

May 25th, 2021


Another long-time on the list favorite, Rubber proves that the most ridiculous, obscure hook can work and work well. Years ago we thought this would …

Interview with Terry McFadden – Episode 083

May 18th, 2021


We have for the first time a script doctor on the show. Terry McFadden is a long-working script doctor who has worked as a script analyst for …

Trollhunter – Episode 082

May 11th, 2021


A Norwegian film that has long been on our list, Trollhunter is a great movie with surprising special effects. The recent release of the English …

Bunnyman Grindhouse Edition – Episode 081

May 4th, 2021


How can you pass up something called Bunnyman Grindhouse Edition? We couldn’t. A re-release of Bunnyman, this indie horror has had a Grindhouse …

Interview with Cast and Crew of Revenge of Zoe – Episode 080

April 27th, 2021


Folks! This is a wonderful, jam-packed episode. We have Eric Schumacher, Nathan Campbell, Bradford Trojan, Marty Ketola, Clif Campbell, and Geoff …

Revenge of Zoe – Episode 079

April 20th, 2021


Revenge of Zoe is a micro-budget film from 2018 that is a must see. A self-proclaimed “Nerd Comedy” that pays tribute to the 80s nerd films, this movie takes us on a fun ride through the lives of two comic store owners, …

Interview with Michael Matteo Rossi – Episode 078

April 13th, 2021


With Dani not fully recovered, Jim speaks with director/producer Michael Matteo Rossi, who’s film Chase we covered last week. Jim and Michael talk …

Chase – Episode 077

April 6th, 2021


Chase was brought to our attention by its director, Michael Matteo Rossi. We’re glad for it. Starring Damien Puckler, yes indeed, we follow a hit man …

Space Captain: Captain of Space – Episode 076

March 30th, 2021


Our daughter Lily sits in for Dani, who is out sick, to talk about Space Captain: Captain of Space. This sci-fi comedy is a wonderful salute to the …

Lost in Translation – Episode 075

March 23rd, 2021


One of Jim’s all-time favorites, Lost in Translation. Filmmaker Sophia Coppola blows the lid off of traditional filmmaking with this brilliant movie. …

Chopping Mall – Episode 074

March 16th, 2021


We all know it, and we finally made it down the list to Chopping Mall. This standard 80’s horror film has some mixed lessons, to-do’s and not-to-do’s. We have rampant Casio music, character naming issues, but it’s all …

Zombeavers – Episode 073

March 9th, 2021


This movie is ridiculous in a fantastic way. Zombeavers gives us an old-fashioned animals gone wild situation mixed with our favorite genre; Zombies. …

Piranha – Episode 072

March 2nd, 2021


Another Cult Classic, the 1978 Piranha. It can be fun under the right circumstances, but the lessons from this film are based on its failure to …

Save Yourselves – Episode 071

February 23rd, 2021


Another random find, and a fun/funny one at that. Save Yourselves is a great indie film that places a ‘modern’ couple, who spend their time buried in their phones and laptops, in an end-of-world scenario. An indictment …

Interview with Alisdair Cook – Episode 070

February 16th, 2021


We talk with Alisdair Cook, who wrote the book that one of the main characters from Redwood Massacre: Annihilation wrote. Sounds strange, but it’s …

Killer Klowns from Outer Space – Episode 069

February 9th, 2021


It was fun then, and it’s still fun now. The 1988 Killer Klowns from Outer Space is a cult classic. For good reason. This horror-comedy brings clowns …

Interview with Julia Marchese and Teri Gamble – Episode 068

February 2nd, 2021


It’s not an interview, it’s a great discussion between four cinephiles. Join us as we talk with two fantastic women, Julia Marchese and Teri Gamble. …

Uncle Brian – Episode 067

January 26th, 2021


We found this excellent gem from 2010 and had to talk about it. Uncle Brian, written and directed by Nick McAnulty, is a gritty look at real life …

Mystery Alaska – Episode 066

January 19th, 2021


We visit Mystery Alaska, one of only two films by television producer and writer David E. Kelley. Set with an A-film budget, Mystery Alaska fell sharply into B-movie treatment, and fell even lower. This fun, feel good …

Scare Me – Episode 065

January 12th, 2021


This was a great find. Scare Me, released in October of 2020, directed and written by Josh Ruben, was a delightful watch. The movie itself hits on so …

Full Dive of Redwood Massacre: Annihilation – Episode 064

January 5th, 2021


When we first covered Redwood Massacre: Annihilation it was a pre-release screener. We could only do a light surface analysis, but now we do a full …

William Castle Retrospective – Episode 063

December 29th, 2020


We end the year covering the works of an amazing B-movie director and producer. The works of William Castle are overshadowed only by his outrageous PR stunts. Castle set the bar for marketing B horror films, had a …

All Through The House – Episode 062

December 22nd, 2020


What better way to celebrate the holiday than a Christmas Slasher film? All Through the House is a wonderful little Santa-slasher that gives us some …

Gentlemen Broncos – Episode 061

December 15th, 2020


Gentlemen Broncos is a marvelous, heavily underrated film by Jared Hess that we’ve mentioned several times on previous episodes. Now we finally give it the dissection it deserves. This incredible soft-spoken film has so …

Dolemite – Episode 060

December 8th, 2020


It’s not a great movie, but it is an important one. We dissect Dolemite, a Rudy Ray Moore film that has earnest heart and a fixed place in history. …

Interview with Sylas Dall and Mary Madaline Roe – Episode 059

December 1st, 2020


We get to talk to director Sylas Dall and star Mary Madaline Roe of They Reach. Another fantastic and fun interview. We get into some great talk about filmmaking, the artistry behind giving the audience a visual feel, …

They Reach – Episode 058

November 24th, 2020


They Reach is a fantastic first feature by Sylas Dall. A retro horror in the vein of E.T., Goonies, Monster Squad, this movie hits all the marks. …

Cockneys vs. Zombies – Episode 057

November 17th, 2020


We finally get to Cockneys vs Zombies, a wonderfully fun film by Matthias Hoene. Aside from all of the fun of joining some East Enders dealing with a …

Invasion Planet Earth – Episode 056

November 10th, 2020


Story is everything, and Invasion Planet Earth is deeply lacking in that department. From a misleading logline to a rambling, almost indecipherable plot, this ambitious indie film falls flat on so many levels. But, with …

The Beast – Episode 055

November 3rd, 2020


Set in the Afghanistan versus Russia war in the early 80’s, The Beast is a fast-moving film about a Russian tank on the run from Afghan rebels. Starring Jason Patric, it delivers some compelling food for thought as well …

Fried Barry spoiler-free – Episode 054

October 27th, 2020


We’ve talked to Ryan Kruger, and now we do a spoiler-free dissection of his amazing film Fried Barry. This thing has been killing it at festivals …

Tucky Williams Interview Take Two – Episode 053

October 20th, 2020


We are graced with returning guest Tucky Williams as we talk about Dagger Kiss: Enchanted Forest, her latest venture to make it to Amazon. Even though she was sick and chose to go through with the interview, Tucky …

Dagger Kiss: Enchanted Forest – Episode 052

October 13th, 2020


Join us as we cover Dagger Kiss: Enchanted Forest, the film conclusion to the Dagger Kiss series by Tucky Williams. A clever combination of fantasy and modern settings, this film takes us on a very human journey of the …

Redwood Massacre: Annihilation – Episode 051

October 6th, 2020


BURLAP LIVES! A masterful sequel, Redwood Massacre: Annihilation brings back Burlap, the best slasher-killer to hit the scene in a good long while. …

Interview with David Ryan Keith Take Two – Episode 050

September 29th, 2020


We have David Ryan Keith returning to the show to talk to us about the upcoming Redwood Massacre: Annihilation, which hits VOD/DVD on October 20. It is our best talk yet. David confirmed that the killer in the film was …

Manborg – Episode 049

September 22nd, 2020


For the first time we have some disagreement on the merits of a film. Manborg is an ambitious effort that has a lot of plusses, but for Jim there are some heavy minuses. Dubbed a “green screen” movie, where the …

Muse – Episode 048

September 15th, 2020


A delightful find, Muse is a horror thriller that has a lot going for it. We talk about the straightforward story, writing, beautifully composed …

Ahhh! Zombies – Episode 047

September 8th, 2020


It’s fun and a lot of people have not seen it, and they need to. Ahhhhh! Zombies is a horror comedy that delivers a magnificent take on zombie films. We talk about quite a few great lessons to take away from this film. …

Clerks – Episode 046

September 1st, 2020


We’ve waited long enough. We are finally covering Clerks, the cornerstone film by Kevin Smith that launched the View Askew universe, and a 26 year …

Blood Hunters – Episode 045

August 25th, 2020


We tackle Blood Hunters in this episode. A low-budget horror that unfortunately falls short on horror, story, plot, and sensibility. We dissect this mess of missed opportunities and dive into some important lessons. …

Ryan Kruger Interview – Episode 044

August 18th, 2020


We talk with South African director/writer Ryan Kruger. Known for his kick-ass music videos over the past ten years, Ryan talks a little with us about Fried Barry, his first feature film. Currently making its rounds at …

Dead 7 – Episode 043

August 11th, 2020


It’s our first coverage of an The Asylum Films movie for the podcast. Dead 7 is a post-apocalyptic zombie western, filled with aging Boy Band members. Written by Nick Carter, we see why The Asylum has done so well with …

Attack of the Moon Zombies – Episode 042

August 4th, 2020


This love letter to Schlock Sci-Fi is a treat for everyone. Attack of the Moon Zombies is a throwback salute to those sci-fi films of the 50’s that launched the genre. It excels as a throwback homage movie as well as a …

Guns Akimbo – Episode 041

July 28th, 2020


This movie from New Zealand saw a very limited release in the U.S. Guns Akimbo is a wild, fun, and loud ride. The plot is ridiculous which makes it …

Danger Close – Episode 040

July 21st, 2020


This Australian film never saw a release in the US, but it should have. Danger Close tells the story of the Battle of Long Tan in Viet Nam. A true …

Liam and Steven Interview – Episode 039

July 14th, 2020


We are so lucky to have Liam Matheson returning to speak with us, and he is joined by Steven Worsley, both starring in Attack of the Herbals. It was another great chat as we talked about the movie, voice acting, …

Attack of the Herbals – Episode 038

July 7th, 2020


An early film by David Ryan Keith and Liam Matheson, Attack of the Herbals is a horror comedy that delivers on many levels. Very low budget but fun and technically proficient, this movie sets a standard for indie film …

Interview with Barney Burman – Episode 037

June 30th, 2020


We have the honor of speaking Barney Burman, Oscar Winner for Best Cinematic Makeup for Star Trek in 2009, writer/director/producer of Wild Boar, and make-up effects master for decades’ worth of television and movies. …

Wild Boar – Episode 036

June 23rd, 2020


In this episode we embrace Wild Boar. Given to us as a screener prior to its release, this film by Oscar Winner Barney Burman, legendary make-up effects master, is a fast and fun ride in horror. Needless to say the …

Tucky Williams Interview – Episode 035

June 16th, 2020


Join us for a fantastic talk with Tucky Williams. Actor/Director/Writer/Producer, creator and star of Girl/Girl Scene, victorious online troll …

Girl/Girl Scene – Episode 034

June 9th, 2020


We start Pride Month talking about this great 80’s homage movie, Girl/Girl Scene, spawned from a successful web series of the same name. Following a …

David Ryan Keith and Liam Matheson Interview – Episode 033

June 2nd, 2020


We were fortunate to be able to speak to David Ryan Keith, writer/director of The Redwood Massacre, and Liam Matheson, actor/producer. These two …

Killer Sofa – Episode 032

May 26th, 2020


We were looking forward to this movie for a while. However, Killer Sofa left us flat. A premise that looked so fun and wacky was buried beneath some terrible writing and bad direction choices. We talk about these poor …

Eric Schumacher Interview – Episode 031

May 19th, 2020


He was Doc Holiday in Tombstone Rashomon, but Eric Schumacher is more than an actor. Director and producer, Eric has a lot of credits and some very …

The Redwood Massacre – Episode 030

May 12th, 2020


When you cross ancient malevolent spirits with a creepy as hell scarecrow mask, you get The Redwood Massacre. We talk about this fantastic low-budget …

Alex Cox Interview – Episode 029

May 5th, 2020


Writer and director of Tombstone Rashomon, the legendary Alex Cox talks about this fantastic film with us. With many, many credits to his name such as Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Repo Man, Sid & Nancy, and so …

The Ninth Configuration – Episode 028

April 28th, 2020


It’s The Ninth Configuration, a film adapted from the 1966 novel Twinkle Twinkle Killer Kane, that took fourteen years to get made. Listen as we talk …

Tombstone Rashomon – Episode 027

April 21st, 2020


Released today! We were sent a screener and we can finally talk about it! Tombstone Rashomon is a magnificent take on mockumentary filmmaking. We …

Tragedy Girls – Episode 026

April 14th, 2020


It was a surprise find. We cover Tragedy Girls, a fun horror comedy that delighted on every level. Two high school girls run a murder fascination …

Lowell Dean Interview – Episode 025

April 7th, 2020


The man behind WolfCop and Another WolfCop sits down with us to talk about the movies, the actors, and filmmaking. We also talk about his comic …

Another WolfCop – Episode 024

March 31st, 2020


We finally get around to covering Another WolfCop, the sequel to the excellent WolfCop. Spoiler - it’s at least as good as the first one. Join us as …

The Rocky Horror Picture Show – Episode 023

March 24th, 2020


It has been the staple of midnight movies for over 40 years. It has one of the largest followings. It has audience participation. Yes, it’s The Rocky …

The Chair – Episode 022

March 17th, 2020


Talk about gritty, this film does honor to the word. This week we talk about The Chair (2017), a horror film set on death row that has a lot of excellent cinematic elements. Plus, it’s creepy as hell and that’s just …

Madness in the Method – Episode 021

March 10th, 2020


funny. It has a LOT of stars in it. Join us this week for our coverage of Madness in the Method, the directorial debut of Jason Mewes. Jason wants to shed the personae of Jay the Stoner and be taken seriously as an …

Fractured – Episode 020

March 3rd, 2020


With Dani being sick Jim is on his own this week as he covers Fractured, a 2016 UK film. The trailer looked promising. While technically a very sound film, the story was less than adequate. It’s one of those occasions …

Spit – Episode 019

February 25th, 2020


A rare find this week - a Family movie. We cover a fun little family film called Spit: The Story of a Caveman and a Chicken. It’s fun, good for the …

Failureboys Productions Interview – Episode 018

February 18th, 2020


We loved the movie, so we spoke with the team behind making it. Join us for our talk with Failureboys Productions - Pete Marcy, Chris Marcy, Joe Marcy, and Adam Anderson. We talk about the movie, indie filmmaking …

Attack of the Tattie-Bogle – Episode 017

February 11th, 2020


Another great discovery in the bowels of Amazon Prime Video. A 100% slasher fest that hits all of the notes. It was a delightful watch and it’s a …

Orcs! – Episode 016

February 4th, 2020


What’s the last thing you expect when visiting a national park? Orcs! Yes, we cover this wonderful film about a lackadaisical park ranger and his …

VelociPastor – Episode 015

January 28th, 2020


We were excited by the title, but were left wanting during and after this film. VelociPastor, sadly, has some lessons on what not to do, and more …

Kyle Hester Interview – Episode 014

January 21st, 2020


We talk with actor and producer Kyle Hester. He plays bounty hunter Hank Ray in Zombie with a Shotgun, Bowen in The Chair, and Father Josh in the …

Short Films – Episode 013

January 14th, 2020


It’s time to give short films some attention. Falling squarely into the b-movie realm we cover four excellent films; Cargo, Zombies v The CWA, Not …

Hilton Ariel Ruiz Interview – Episode 012

January 7th, 2020


We talk to the force behind Zombie with a Shotgun, creator and director Hilton Ariel Ruiz. There is so much great information and inspiration coming from him you need to click Play right now! Also, check out the links …

Ed Wood Retrospective – Episode 011

December 31st, 2019


Dubbed the Worst Director of All Time, Ed Wood’s movies have a lot of things to teach us. Join us for our end of the year episodeTake weekend …

Zombie With A Shotgun – Episode 010

December 24th, 2019


We delve into Zombie with a Shotgun. A wonderful and very original zombie genre film that shows just how well an indie film can be. We also talk …

Night of the Living Dead (Original) – Episode 009

December 17th, 2019


The great-granddaddy of Zombie genre films - Night of the Living Dead. Learn how this film has been in the public domain since 1968, the techniques usedThere are some unwanted effects observed throughout the intake of …

Local Hero – Episode 008

December 10th, 2019


Local Hero is a magnificent example of straight, simple storytelling. We dive into this fantastic slice-of-life movie and talk about how this kind of …

Who’s Watching Oliver – Episode 007

December 3rd, 2019


This episode, Jim unloads on this film. We both have strong feelings about this terrible movie, and we hope that when you listen you will have …

Thankskilling – Episode 006

November 26th, 2019


A demonic turkey. Four trope college students. And a hermit. This week we dive into Thankskilling for your Thanksgiving pleasure. This film by Jordan …

Bubba Ho-Tep – Episode 005

November 19th, 2019


Bruce Campbell as an old Elvis. An ancient mummy. A nursing home. Put those all together and you have Bubba Ho-Tep, a high-end B-movie that does not …

Interview with Anton Doiron and Karl Sears – Bonus Episode 001

November 14th, 2019


Join us for our interview with Anton Doiron, creator of Space Trucker Bruce, and Karl Sears who plays Bruce. This amazing little film is made even better by these two amazing men shedding some light on making the film. …

Space Trucker Bruce – Episode 004

November 12th, 2019


This week we talk about one of the most delightful finds in the caverns of Amazon Prime Video, Space Trucker Bruce. A magnificent example of B-movie …

The Room – Episode 003

November 5th, 2019


In this episode of the podcast we take on what we consider the zenith of B-movies, The Room. A film written and directed by Tommy Wiseau, shot with his friend Greg Sestero, who went on to write the book The Disaster …

WolfCop – Episode 002

October 29th, 2019


This week we’re talking about one of our favorite B films, WolfCop. This more than earnest effort is a wonderful addition to werewolf mythology. …

Bad Taste – Episode 001

October 21st, 2019


Our inaugural episode! We review the film Bad Taste, by Peter Jackson of Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit fame. It’s a terrific B-movie from early on in his career. Afterwards we talk about how his limited budget …

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