This time out your hosts are talking about the 24 movies (+ TV shows) that crossed their path since our last episode and it’s a mixed bag of cinema – and too much talk of bodily fluids!
We get the triumphant return of Robert Logan to the show, a duo of truly oddball films starring musicians, a love letter makes its rounds as it only could in an 80’s teen comedy, Charles Bronson invades both coasts (and is bad-ass doing so), Chris watches a film he thinks truly defines the term “cult movie”, we gush over a recent Vinegar Syndrome blu-ray release, Josh revisits 1976’s THE OMEN and so much more!
NOTE: There are some some sound glitches and background noise this episode. We did our best to make them less noticeable.
Hey! We’re back with another large batch of films that made their way onto our screens between episodes. Twenty of them, in fact.
We kick-off talking about an early 80’s slasher we both watched and from there it’s a mix of urban teens vs. drug dealer, an obscure (and depressing) movie from the director of REVENGE OF THE NERDS, some controversial proclamations about a Lucio Fulci film, crazy Indonesian horror, an Abel Ferrarra documentary, a biker film from Wiliam Grefe (director of GBW favourite, STANLEY) and so much more!
Nineteen films crossed our path since the last installment of GBW and it was such a weird mix that we decided the title of the episode should reflect that.
There’s a pair of “friends going away for the weekend to get laid” 80’s comedies, two separate movies with the title PANIC (we totally didn’t plan this!), a lesser-known giallo courtesy of Vinegar Syndrome, a couple of horror sequels from Ridley Scott and George A. Romero, giant CG spider mayhem, Chris adoring BEASTIE BOYS STORY, Josh equally loving 13 ASSASSINS and so much more!
Twenty-two more movies are featured on the latest episode of GBW and it’s quite a mixed bag this time out.
We checked out James Brolin vs. Dobermans, a flute-playing bounty hunter, Josh gives Adrian Lyne another chance with JACOB’S LADDER, an insane action movie from Lamberto Bava, Chris checked out THE VAST OF NIGHT, we have our expectations both exceeded and crapped on, Vinegar Syndrome delivers the goods with THE BEASTMASTER and so much more!
Because of COVID we aren’t able to celebrate our 150th episode with as much fanfare as we’d of liked but we did solicit a couple of listener reviews that we’re excited to share with you. There’s also another seventeen films to sink your teeth into on the latest episode of GBW!
This time we have a double shot of the works of Antonio Margheriti, Chris takes a look at 2020’s PALM SPRINGS as well as the bizarro BACURAU, we say Candyman’s name five more times, Josh rants about director Adrian Lyne, Megan Fox battles a horrible looking CG lion, Barbara Steele takes on another dual role, Jamie Lee Curtis gets stuck in a love triangle and so much more!
Since COVID doesn’t look to be going away anytime soon we continue to watch way too many movies in between episodes. This time it’s 22 films that run the gamut from proclamations of “rad” to the exact opposite of “bad”.
Three Italian genre pros share the spotlight (Argento, Bava and Deodato), Cheech Marin attempts to get back home to East L.A., Josh’s curiosity about Glenn Danzig’s VEROTIKA gets the best of him, we get a duo of documentaries about grindhouses and cassette tapes, 2020’s PORNO fares worse than expected, David Hess proves to be a better actor than director and so much more!
This COVID edition of GBW offers you another 23 films that crossed our eyeballs and to say they were of varying quality would be an understatement.
This time we’re talking three horror anthology flicks, a duo of “hang out” style sex comedies, the craziness of DEATH ROW GAMESHOW, Christian Slater giving one of his most iconic performances in PUMP UP THE VOLUME, yet more proof Chris can’t stop himself from buying a movie if its cheap enough (even if he hated it on a prior viewing), some James Bond hijinks, dirt biking action, the ultra obscure 80’s French crime movie BRIGADE OF DEATH, and so much more!
If you can believe it we tackle 25 (?!) films for this episode of GBW making it one of the longest episodes in the show’s history. Prepare thyself!
This time out we talk about a trio of horor classics (CREEPSHOW, POLTERGEIST and FRIDAY THE 13TH), some Euro horror that’s both horny and gory, ass-kicking courtesy of both Scott Adkins and Iko Uwais, a handful of sequels, proof that Chris has learnt nothing about being tempted by a movie’s title, lesser known Sean Connery with THE OFFENCE, and so much more!
We know you’ve been waiting for us to finish talking about the I Know What You Did Last Summer franchise, and we do, but that’s not all you’re going to get out of the latest COVID edition of GBW. We even talk about good movies – we promise!
On the agenda this time is an Animal House rip-off that is so tasteless it must be seen to be believed, Penelope Spheeris gives us a glimpse at the lives of punk teenagers in SUBURBIA, we talk about a duo of slasher flicks (one a legitimate classic, the other legitimately bizarre), William Friedkin’s SORCERER impresses big-time, Chris checks out the surprise sequel to BORAT, Josh gets his motorbiking ridiculousness on with TORQUE, we jam out to the theme song of 1986’s TERRORVISION and so much more!
The GBW “COVID edition” continues rolling along and this time it’s such a wacky mix of movies we’re talking about even we have no idea what compelled us to watch them all!
This time out we continue our dives into the Universal monsters and Hammer box sets, take a look at a quartet of 2020 films including ALONE and THE STYLIST, we get some messed-up industrial body horror from Japan, a duo of outrageous SOV courtesy of Severin Films, Earth Wind & Fire and Harvey Keitel starring in the same film, Josh offering up what may be a controversial opinion of 2008’s THE STRANGERS and much more!