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Apologies for the delayed episode! Finally available for your ears, Louis and Fraser delve into the mind of Director Jack Hill, as they discuss the expoitation flick Switchblade Sisters! Listen ...
This week Louis and Fraser discuss the undisputed classic of B movies, Cat People (1942). Hear them try to come up with philisophical and psychological concepts while battling through illness ...
This week the lads venture into the forbidden, Carnival of Souls!Wes Craven's 1998 remake of the (much better) 1964 film of the same name, bears little resemblence to the original.They ...
This week we're joined by gentleman-scholar Ernst Cilliers in a discussion of the Sy-Fy creature sort-of-feature, Yeti: Curse of the Snow Demon. Could they have done more with the source ...
WARNING, very explicit content ahead! This week the lads discuss, dissect, review and extrapolate from Ken Russel's Lair of the White Worm. Joined by special guest Daniel Buckland, professional actor, ...
Louis and Fraser will have to keep their wits about them in order to survive, Toulon's Revenge! We explore the deeper meaning of life as both a literal puppet and ...
Join hosts Louis and Fraser as they explore Ishiro Honda's Matango! Do mushrooms scare you? Ever wonder how mushrooms relate to cults and the downfall of modern society?We answer these ...
Have you ever found yourself stuck in a labyrinthian hellscape?That's exactly what happens to Lisa Reiner in Mario Bava's 1973 Giallo masterpiece, Lisa and the Devil!Join hosts Louis and Fraser ...
Join hosts Louis and Fraser as they take on Never Cry Werewolf.Nina Dobrev and Kevin Sorbo star in this shameless fright night ripoff.If you're into postmodern werewolves, then this episode ...
Join us as we tackle the question, is enough, ever really enough? Louis and Fraser discuss The Stuff, by Larry Cohen. Listen as we delve into topics of consumerism, sexism ...
We discuss what can only be considered the greatest Elvis film of our time! Bruce Campbell delivers the single greatest work of Elvis impersonation in film, and he's fighting a ...