Horror and heavy metal 'should' go together like peanut butter and chocolate...so what the fuck happened here? This week the MC Crew take on two heavy metal tinged horror "classics"; Rocktober Blood (1984) and Black Roses (1988). Fred gives us review of the new Rocky Horror Picture Show and the new Phantasm movie is discussed. Plus music by Sorcery, Murderock, Lizzy Borden and ...Sheena Easton?
October has arrived and we're getting into the Halloween spirit with two b&w horror classics; I Was A Teenage Werewolf (1957) and I Was A Teenage Frankenstein (1957). Plus we discuss the clown epidemic, Rob Zombie's 31, Phantasm and Hershell Gordon Lewis. Music this week by: The Keytones, Lord Luther, Murderock, The Cramps, Alice Cooper and Big Bee Kornegay.
Halloween season begins and we're starting with a couple 80's slashers to kick things off. This week we're taking a look at Blood Rage (1987) and Neon Maniacs (1986). A new Murderock tune from their upcoming EP is premiered, plus music by Slayer, Black Sabbath and Anthrax.
It's that time of year again. In this double stuffed summer sextravaganza edition of Midnight Confessions we take a look at some WIP film (The Big Doll House and The Big Bird Cage) and some nunsploitation (Killer Nun and School of the Holy Beast). We also discuss Stranger Things and Fred gives us the scoop on the summer movies of 2016. Plus music by: Wendy O. Williams, Ozzy Osbourne, The White Stripes, Dwarves, Twisted Sister and Nasty Nuns.
Our 3 part look at Gialli flicks comes to a end, but ends with a bang. This episode we take a look at 2 of Lucio Fulci's 'stabs' at the genre; The New York Ripper (1982) and Murder Rock: Dancing Death (1984). Plus music by Murderock and Keith Emerson.
This week the MC Crew take another look at two classic, albeit sleazy gialli flicks; Strip Nude For Your Killer (1975) and The Sister of Ursula (1978). Plus music by: Iggy Pop, Adam Ant, Prince and Dio.
This month the MC Crew are taking a look at B&W exploitation flicks from the 60's. We're ending with two Jack Hill classics; Spider Baby, or The Maddest Story Ever Told (1967) and Pit Stop (1969). Plus music by Ministry, Fantômas, Primus and Bobby Bare.