For our 3rd annual Blaxploitation month we're taking a look at two off-beat classics of the genre; The Candy Tangerine Man (1975) and Black Belt Jones (1974). Music by: Donny Hathaway, Rufus, Dyke and the Blazers, Dennis Coffey and The Brothers Johnson. Solid!
What better way to spread holiday cheer than with two Christmas classicks: Silent Night, Bloody Night (1972) and Black Christmas (1974). Happy Holidays from the MC crew!
Tis the season for murder and mayhem. In this yule tide episode we take a look at the original Silent Night, Deadly Night (1984) and the remake/reboot/homage/wtf-ever, Silent Night (2012). It's about to get jolly up in this bitch.
After 2 years we're finally getting to the 2nd half of our look at Mystery Science Theater 3000. Previously the MC crew picked their favorite Joel era episodes, this time around it's all about Mike J. Nelson. Episodes reviewed are Zombie Nightmare (season 6/Ep 604), Final Sacrifice (season 9/Ep 910) and Deathstalker and the Warriors from Hell (season 7/Ep 703). Plus music by Deep Purple, John Fogerty, Men Without Hats and The Kinks. Also: turn down your lights (where applicable).
November is here and that is the time of the year when we celebrate terrible movies or "turkeys" if you may. We're kicking it off with 3 helpings of turkey; Creatures From The Abyss aka Plankton (1994), Alien From The Deep (1989) and Spawn of the Slithis (1978). Plus music by Primus, deadhorse, GWAR, AC/DC and Metallica.
Halloween is here and we're celebrating with 2 80's vampire flicks; Once Bitten (1985) and Fright Night (1985). We also discuss the season premiere of The Walking Dead season 7 and Mark reviews the whole Halloween franchise in 5 minutes. Plus music by Zacherle, Alice Cooper, J. Geils Band, Seraphim Shock, Type O Negative, Tim Curry, Oingo Boingo, King Diamond and more.
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.