Jay and Irina are joined by Craig of Needless To Say... podcast to review the 1987 Italian horror flick Stagefright.
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Long have we waited for this series' undoing. Jay, Kurt, and Nick review Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker.
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Jay, Brian, Nick, Kurt, Irina, Ron, and Lindsey are all together to talk about some of their favorite holiday films.
Finnish Christmas horror films with friends make for a great holiday. Jay and Ron are joined by Anthony and Julia from 'Tis the Podcast to review …
Come play with us...again. Jay and Kurt hole up for the winter with Stanley Kubrick's The Shining.
Jay and Irina welcome new host Lindsey and they talk about musical movies and television shows.
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We could never answer to a whistle either. Jay and Mike from the Amateur Auteurs podcast review The Sound of Music.
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A 'Greatest Hits' of all the sequels they want you to ignore. Jay and Brian retcon 40 years of history with Halloween 2018.
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Who doesn't like a $60 million film school project? Jay, Ron, and Mike from The Dana Buckler Show review the Gus Van Zant remake of Psycho.
Maybe being closed-minded isn't so bad. Jay, Ron, and Dana Buckler from The Dana Buckler Show review Stir of Echoes.
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It took more than psychic premonitions to bring us together for this one! Jay, Nick, and Ron kick off #Shocktober19 by pulling the strings on Puppet …
We have come to claim our satisfaction! Jay and Kurt take aim at Stanley Kubrick's Barry Lyndon.
This month Brian and Irina look at the music in movies as they talk about soundtracks and scores.
Deadliest reunion movie ever! Jay and Nick come back to Derry for IT Chapter 2.
We must admit, this movie is a real piece. Jay and Nick wrap up #SummerOfStallone with Cliffhanger.
Jay, Nick, and Irina talk about Amazon's The Boys, Superhero movies past, present, and future, Renee Zellweger as Judy Garland, unsettling documentaries on Netflix, and much more on the general entertainment topics …
Put this movie back in the fridge! Jay and Brian thaw Demolition Man.
This is where the movie stops and we start reviewing it. Jay and Ron join the zombie squad for Cobra.
Jay and Ron welcome new member Irina to Film Strip and talk about upcoming movies, current and future television shows they are watching, as well as other podcasts we enjoy. On this show we talk about the new 3 From …
Raiders of the Lost Ark but with the Mafia and fish. Jay and Brian go deep diving (in the dumpster) with Sharks in Venice.
Throw on a little of the Ludwig Van. Jay and Kurt review Stanley Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange.
There’s a limit to revenge podcasts, we just haven’t found ours yet. Jay and Ron review the 1989 version of The Punisher.
We are learning to podcast about a lot of things. Jay and Nick review the 1990 Sam Raimi film Darkman.
Tell me if you've heard this one before. Two podcasters watch a movie from 1994. Jay and Brian return to Film Strip with The Crow.
He’s back with a green new deal. J and Brian celebrate the return of an old friend with severed arms and broken bodies in Leprechaun Returns.
Wakanda for two and half hours before forever, please.. Jay and Ron review Black Panther.
Let’s take a crash course in Zodiac astrology, Greek, and Roman Mythology. J. and Ron review Black Dynamite (2009).
Ode to the boom mic. Our review of Dolemite (1975).
Fix it ya self! It's our review of Shaft (1971).
Afraid we can't help either, Dave. J. and Kurt review Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968).
We're back to float again! J. and Nick review the 2017 version of Stephen King's It (2017).
J. and Nick review the Will Smith Netflix movie Bright (2017).
J., Ron, and David and Chelsea from Based on a True Crime review John Carpenter's In the Mouth of Madness.
A little pow wow present from us to you. J., Ron, and Brian review Reindeer Games.
Let your expectations die; kill them if you have to. J., Kurt, and Nick review Star Wars Episode VIII The Last Jedi.
Just your average doomsday podcast. J. and Kurt review Dr. Strangelove (1964) as part of the Stanley Kubrick series.
Better drink your V8! J. and Ron review Ninja 3 The Domination.
Revenge is best served wearing all black. J. and Ron review Revenge of the Ninja.
J. and Ron kick off Ninja-vember with our review of Enter the Ninja (1981).
J. and Kurt review the controversial Stanley Kubrick film Lolita (1962).
Aaron from The Generation Why Podcast joins J. and Ron to review Rob Zombie's The Devil's Rejects to wrap Shocktober '17.
Why did it have to be snakes? J. and Ron review Venom.
Driven to podcast; back for revenge. J., Ron, and Nick review Carnosaur…finally.
This podcast doesn't know who to trust. J., Ron, and Justin from The Generation Why podcast review John Carpenter's The Thing.
The dumbest game of hot lava ever filmed. J., Ron, and Nick review Blood Sand a.k.a. The Sand.
The most 80s movie made in 1991. J, Ron, and Nick review Stone Cold.
This podcast annoys Crassus as well. J. and Kurt review Spartacus.
One generation’s classic is another’s lousy remake. J., Brian, and Ron review Scream 4.
Too bad one of the rules of a trilogy isn’t coherence. J., Brian, and Ron review Scream 3.
Highlights and calf implants really complete a sequel. J., Brian, and Ron review Scream 2.
Surprise, listeners! J., Brian, and Ron review Scream.
Big things have small beginnings that we are never going to get to. J. and Nick review Alien: Covenant.
Some men make mountains out of anthills. J. and Kurt review Paths of Glory by Stanley Kubrick.
Bad feelings add up to resurrection movies. J. and Nick review The Wraith.
Meanwhile our podcast clock is ticking like this. J. and Nick review My Cousin Vinny.
Airlines and luggage problems go hand in hand. J. and Kurt review Stanley Kubrick's The Killing.
The only rom com in history to feature a shark. J. and Nick head to warmer waters for Jaws the Revenge (1987).
Where was a killer whale when we finally needed one? J. and Nick seal the park from Jaws 3 (1983).
We didn’t intend to go through this again but here we are. J. and Nick return for Jaws 2 (1978).
It is time to get back in the water. J. and Nick review Jaws (1975).
We are strong with the podcast. Enjoy our review of Rogue One A Star Wars Story.
Sometimes you get what you wish for and much more. J. and Nick unwrap Krampus.
Nothing says holidays like a mutant killer snowman. J. Brian and Ron review Jack Frost.
These series have been a little naughty but this is something much, much worse. J., Ron, and Brian bring #Shocktober16 to a close with Freddy vs. Jason.
Why are you screaming? We haven’t even reviewed it yet! J. and Brian return for A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010).
Platinum Dunes clearly ignored the warning to leave Jason alone. J. and Ron take a return trip to Friday the 13th (2009).
So meta it will melt your face off! J. and Brian change the tune with Wes Craven’s New Nightmare.
Space really was this series' final frontier. J. and Ron blast off with Jason X.
These may be Freddy's rules but it's our podcast! J. and Brian sift through the ashes of Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare.
Wonder what the toy is in the Jason Happy Meal? J. and Ron break the fingers of Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday.
Pretty sure teenage pregnancy is scarier than Freddy. J. and Brian review A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child.
Worst senior trip ever. J. and Ron take a slow boat around Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan.
Mirror, mirror, on the wall - is this sequel worth it all? J. and Brian look deep into A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master.
A podcast worth throwing a surprise party for. J. and Ron stir up Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood.
Hypnocil can keep you from dreaming but can't fix that theme song. J. and Brian make the rounds of A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors.
We sure got a strange idea of entertainment. J. and Ron review Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives.
And you thought your gym teacher was tough? J. and Brian run laps around A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge.
This new beginning comes from a much better beginning's end. J. and Ron review Friday the 13th: A New Beginning.
One, two, this series is coming for you. J. and Brian review A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984).
The computer don’t lie, folks. J. and Ron punch the buttons of Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter.
A new dimension in podcast terror! J. and Ron come off the screen for Friday the 13th Part 3.
No one warned us about this sequel. J. and Ron return to Crystal Lake for Friday the 13th Part 2.
When you’ve had a podcast as long as we have you’ll do anything. J. and Ron make it happen and review Friday the 13th.
The most violent nature documentary ever filmed. J., Brian, and Ron kick off Shocktober 2016 with The Last House on the Left (1972).
This podcast will flip you. Flip you for real. J. and Kurt investigate The Usual Suspects.
What are you gonna do? Charge us with podcasting? J. and Nick review Basic Instinct.
This movie won’t be ignored! J. and Nick review Fatal Attraction.
What’s in the podcast box? J. and Kurt investigate David Fincher’s Se7en.
Take a walk with us on the mild side. J. and Nick crash land through Planet of Dinosaurs.
Too bad none of them dreamed of a marshmallow man underwater. J. and Nick examine Sphere.
Gives a new meaning to humble pie. J. and Ron get a big helping of Thinner.
The "suck zone" is when the cheesy movie draws you in no matter what. J. and Nick get caught up in Twister.
When the movie is like this, every podcaster for 200 miles thinks he's Elvis Presley. J. and Nick review Congo.
If more museums were like this, they wouldn't need grant funding. J. and Nick investigate The Relic.
This podcast will never play in Texarkana! J. and Ron review The Town That Dreaded Sundown.
Forced nostalgia awakens and we love it! J. and Kurt review Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens.
We know what podcasts taste like and that cold ones taste the best. J. and Nick review Snowpiercer (2013).
If you want to podcast, you better know the rules, love. J. and Ron go Hollywood with The Dead Pool (1988).
Go ahead, make our podcast! J. and Ron prepare for Sudden Impact (1983).
Before Cagney and Lacey it was Harry and Moore. J. and Ron review The Enforcer (1976).
A podcaster has to know his limitations. J. and Ron push the limits with Magnum Force.
We are the podcast that gets every dirty movie that comes along. J. and Ron load up the 44 magnum for Dirty Harry.
Your fight is our podcast! J. and Ron bring the heat of Avenging Force.
American wasn't ready but we were. J. and Ron prepare for Invasion U.S.A.
This is why you pay for the extra warranty on appliances. J., Ron, and Brian prepare to nuke The Refridgerator.
You haven't been to this movie til you've been through this movie. J., Ron, and Brian adjust their chips for After Last Season.
This podcast is tearing us apart! J., Ron, and Brian have a talk in The Room.
The podcast you can feel coming around the corner. J., Kurt, and Ron review Heat.
Ho Ho Ho. It's time to spread some good ole holiday fear. J., Brian and Ron tackle Santa's Slay.
Watching this movie has the same effect as the voodoo powder. J.and Ron go tropical with Tales From the Crypt presents Ritual.
We're here for the Cunningham wake and the rock n roll church service. J. and Ron investigate Tales From the Crypt presents Bordello of Blood.
Podcasters aren't worth the flesh we're printed on. J. and Ron review Tales From the Crypt presents Demon Knight.
Definitely not worth the seven hour hike. J and Brian trudge through Leprechaun Origins.
Good thing it didn't come with a Kung Fu grip. J. and Ron get all dolled up for Annabelle.
The devil is in the details and the pizza. J. and Ron order up the supreme for The House of the Devil.
Blood is thicker than water and burns hotter too. J. and Brian sift through the ashes of Rob Zombie's Halloween II.
Think Willie Nelson covered by GWAR and you have this movie. J. and Brian relearn the story for Rob Zombie's Halloween.
It will take more than fennel to add flavor to this movie. J. and Brian cook up Halloween: Resurrection.
Come out to the coast; we'll have a few slashes. J. and Brian head to California of Halloween: H20 Twenty Years Later.
Talk about being born under a bad sign. J. and Brian sacrifice Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers.
We're never sensible if we can help it. J. and Brian head to the farm for Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers.
We catch you groping our podcast, we'll use the shotgun on you. J. and Brian come back for Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers.
That song is enough to make your head explode. J. and Brian wait for the big giveaway from Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982).
And you thought Obamacare made hospitals dangerous. J and Brian come back for more of Halloween II (1981).
Death has come to this little podcast. J. and Brian stalk through John Carpenter's Halloween (1978).
Wonder if Joe listed "Ninja" as previous occupation on his Peace Corps application? J. and Ron prepare for the ultimate team-up in American Ninja 4 - …
Not sure what's more lethal - the poison or the plot. J. and Ron take the antidote for American Ninja 3 - Blood Hunt.
Yes, sir! We should kick some podcast. J. and Ron go undercover for American Ninja 2 The Confrontation.
This movie has no ultimate purpose. J. and Ron slash through American Ninja.
Only sith podcasts deal in absolutes. J. and Kurt seek balance in Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith.
We're not the all powerful podcast, but we should be! J. and Kurt prepare for Attack of the Clones.
Weesa pretty sure der is no splaining dis one. J. and Kurt review Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace.
There's good inside this film. We can feel it. J. and Kurt let go of the hate for Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.
Not bad for scruffy-looking Nerf herders. J. and Kurt review Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back.
This is the podcast you are looking for. J. and Kurt join the rebellion with Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.
Every magic podcast consists of three parts. J. and Kurt unveil The Prestige.
Everything you have heard on this podcast has been an illusion. J. and Kurt draw the curtains on The Illusionist.
This movie cost about as much a tank of gas in Mexico. J. and Nick head for the border with Hellraiser: Revelations.
Dial up is an extreme Cenobite torture. J. and Nick smash the router with Hellraiser: Hellworld.
You downloaded the show, your ears belong to us. J. and Nick take possession of Hellraiser: Deader.
If you settle for cut-rate film budgets, your movie will be mayhem like this. J. and Nick brace for impact with Hellraiser: Hellseeker.
Basically the worst parts of the Bible. J. and Nick pray for forgiveness as they face Hellraiser: Inferno.
If only space WAS the final frontier. J. and Nick bounce through the cosmos for Hellraiser: Bloodline.
By the end of this series, this film will seem like a memory of Heaven. J. and Nick turn up the volume with Hellraiser III: Hell On Earth.
We weren't always this way; we were human once. J. and Nick rediscover their humanity with Hellbound: Hellraiser II.
Podcasting is our pleasure. It always was. J. and Nick explore their dark sides with Hellraiser.
Thankfully this was their final frontier. J. and Nick blast off with Critters 4.
This is why you steer clear of rest stops, people. J. and Nick pick up the stragglers for Critters 3.
The whole plot is a bum steer. J. and Nick order a couple of Moo-shakes with Critters 2.
Nothing says mid-America like slingshots and homemade explosives. J. and Nick defend the farm against Critters.
Leprechaun in the ghetto is quite appropriate when you consider the series. J. and Brian have their fun with Leprechaun Back 2 Tha Hood.
We've driven across the desert with this nuclear episode FOR YOU!. J. and Nick finish the epic miniseries The Stand. The conclusion of The Selected Works of Stephen King Retrospective.
Bring out your podcast! The Dark Man cometh! J. and Nick take on the epic miniseries The Stand. Part of The Selected Works of Stephen King Retrospective.
You gotta admit the evil car picks good songs. J. and Nick tune up Christine. Part of the Selected Works of Stephen King Retrospective.
The heart of a podcast is indeed stonier. J. and Nick get buried in Pet Semetary. Part of the Selected Works of Stephen King Retrospective.
Before they were in the corn, the rats were in the mill. J. and Nick work the Graveyard Shift. Part of the Selected Works of Stephen King Retrospective.
Didn't we promise you fireworks? J., Nick, and Kurt have a close encounter Independence Day.
The "S" stands for hope...of better movies. J and Brian reboot their expectations with Man of Steel.
This is what happens when you abandon the people you love for your own personal gain. J and Brian make the long journey for Superman Returns.
We're on a quest for a coherent plot and there's nothing but ice wasteland in sight. J. and Brian freeze out the Cold War in Superman IV The Quest …
A little tar turns Superman into Super Jackass J. and Brian ski off the building with Superman III.
Why can't Superman fly far enough back in time to erase all these mistakes? J. and Brian take another lap for Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut.
Nothing says 1980s product placement like Superman, a Marlboro and a Coke. J. and Brian get ready to light up Superman II.
Clark loves Lois, Lois loves Superman, Superman loves pink...very much. J. and Brian visit the Fortress of Solitude for Superman The Movie.
We will have our podcast vengeance. J, Nick, and Kurt head into the arena to take on Gladiator.
A friend with weed is a friend indeed but we aren't sure even that would improve this one. J. and Brian smoke through Leprechaun in the Hood.
What do all these trucks have against this gas station? Must be that prick boss. J. and Nick take it to Maximum Overdrive. Part of the Selected Works of Stephen King Retrospective.
BEEP! BEEP! Back for more, J and Nick review the TV Miniseries of Stephen King's IT - Part 2/2
This ain't slime, but it ain't battery acid either. J. and Nick clown around the TV Miniseries of Stephen King's IT - Part 1/2.
Chopper! Sick podcast! J. and Nick stir through the memories of Stand By Me. Part of the Selected Works of Stephen King Retrospective.
There is no comfort; there is only private justice podcasting. J. and Nick howl at Silver Bullet. Part of the Selected Works of Stephen King …
We are the podcast. We've always been the podcast. J. and Nick tune their senses for The Shining. Part of the Selected Works of Stephen King Retrospective.
Here's fur in your eye. J. and Nick claw their way through Cat's Eye. Part of the Selected Works of Stephen King Retrospective.
If the princess's boobs cause death then all of England is doomed. Jay and Brian review Leprechaun in Space.
Swinger parents and satellite dish space monsters are the most normal things in this flick. J. and Nick feed the beast known as TerrorVision.
This isn't a podacracy. It's a podtatorship. And J. and Brian decide what movies we review next.
To be a prequel or not to be a prequel? That is the question on J. and Nick's minds as they review Prometheus.
Oh! This is a funeral dirge alright! J. and Nick break out the bagpipes for Aliens vs. Predator Requiem.
Which one is chocolate and which is peanut butter? J. and Nick dig in to Alien vs. Predator.
Sometimes dead is better. J and Nick break out the bagpipes for Alien Resurrection.
Assembled from the scrap head...kind of like Bishop. J and Nick look at what should have been Aliens 3, The Assembly Cut.
They shaved more than Ripley's hair putting this one together. J and Nick try to capture Alien 3.
Nuke the franchise from orbit. It's the only way to be sure. J and Nick look at Aliens.
On this podcast, only we can scream. J and Nick look at Alien.
CROWN US!!! Jay and Brian look at the WCW produced Ready to Rumble.
Vegas never seemed so pathetic. J. and Brian go all in for Leprechaun 3.
Kevin Bacon and underground worms. What more could one ask for? Jay and Nick dig in with Tremors.
Look, middle school is hard for everyone. Jay and Brian review the 2001 David Boreanez flick Valentine.
Gesundheit! Jay and Brian are back to review Leprechaun 2.
Is this pretentious commentary or just another bad horror sequel? Join J. and Nick as they investigate Book of Shadows - Blair Witch 2.
Get lost in the woods...err podcast as J. and new guy Nick investigate The Blair Witch Project.
Time to get Proper Hardcore as J. and Brian review the 2008 UK thriller Donkey Punch.
It's a double ax handle of fun! J. and Brian look at Hulk Hogan's No Holds Barred
In celebration of St. Pattys, J. and Brian look at Leprechaun, the 1993 horror/comedy classic?
Happy Valentines Day! J. and Brian look at the 2009 remake of the 1981 slasher My Bloody Valentine.
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