Linnea. Brinke. Michelle. If those three names paired together make sense to you, then this is the episode you want to hear! Actresses who have made a career appearing in numerous horror flicks have been given the title “Scream Queen” but what exactly does that mean? We go through our definition of the term, who we think are the earliest examples of the type, the actresses we think deserve the term, and (of course) the trio we mentioned above.
First up, we talk about what we’ve been watching including our big screen adventures with The Evil In Us and The Descent, some questionable comedy choices we made that include guys in drag as well as Adam Sandler and some police recruits, a bunch of Dollarama choices, and much more!
For this episode, we’ve decided to pick our favourite musicians who took a turn at acting as well. We’re not talking attempted ‘starmaking’ vehicles like Britney Spears in Crossroads or Mariah Carey in “Glitter” – we’re talking musicians who actually made a go of stepping in front of the camera and had success doing so. It’s a varied list filled with names you might (and might not) expect.
First up, we talk about what we’ve been watching and this time we both report back from seeing Free Fire on the big screen, wax figures that come alive to kill, a movie gets “gonged”, ex-NFL player Howie Long tries to go all action hero, Josh has issues with Ferris, and much more!
Jackie Kong has directed such films as The Being, Night Patrol and the cult classic Blood Diner. We got the opportunity to sit down with her before a midnight screening of Blood Diner to talk about her career, the longevity of her films, and the struggles of being a female filmmaker in a male dominated industry. Along the way we have a few laughs, hear a few stories, and get an exclusive on her ongoing “Blood Diner Insanity Tour”.
After the interview be sure to stick around to hear us talk about what we’ve been watching and, while it might not be the best of films, there are giant robots, golf course mayhem, werewolves, and much more!
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After a three week hiatus in which co-host Josh was on vacation, we ended up watching way too much stuff!
First off, Josh tells us all about the cool and bizarre things he saw on his two week jaunt to Japan and then we get down to the business at hand: talking about movies! We get a best picture Oscar winner, an 80’s slasher Chris actually hasn’t seen, Chris is told to GET OUT, Josh goes on a lengthy rant about the new Kong movie, and so much more!
Strap yourselves in for a marathon! We welcome back past guest Vince D’Amato as a co-host for the first in a series of episodes where we’ll be diving back into the past five decades of film.
The 1970’s was a great time for movies but, like all decades, there’s some that just don’t get the attention and recognition they deserve and that’s where we come in! Josh, Chris, and Vince have all chosen ten films each that they feel deserve to be seen by movie fans everywhere and it’s quite an assortment of horror, cop action, drama, and much more – plus where else are you going to hear the words “spider vagina”?
For this episode of GBW we get down with our ‘gangsta’ selves. Thanks to the success of Boyz n the Hood there was a heavy influx of movies set in the ‘hood – usually the mean streets of Los Angeles or New York City. We look back at this sub-genre and talk about our favourites and ones we think are worth checking out if you’re interested in movies that mix in such elements as drive-by shootings, ambitions that go beyond your environment, and drugs.
First we discuss what we’ve been watching including Chris’ continued attempts to catch up on 2016 movies, a VHS trip to the Philippines, an urban legend-themed sequel, and much more!
Take a trip in a time travelling phone booth with us as we look back at the Bill & Ted franchise. These two dunderheaded California surfer dudes with rock star dreams entertained us (and caused all sorts of havoc throughout time and in Hell) in two movies: Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure and Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey.
We talk about the films, our memories of them both, and what sort of impact or spin-offs resulted from their success.
First we discuss what we’ve been watching including a blood-soaked prom night, a dinner party gone wrong, Josh continuing his VHS adventures, and much more!
For episode 59 of GBW we invite two special guests to the show: Ryan and Megan Nicholson.
Ryan’s been in the special effects game since way back in the 1990’s and has worked on such films as Final Destination, The Pledge, and many more. He also has been directing, under the Plotdigger Films banner, a bunch of memorable extreme horror flicks like Live Feed, Gutterballs, and Hanger.
His wife, Megan, is also an effects artist with varied horror and television credits and along with Ryan works on all sorts of genre endeavours.
We sat down with them both to learn about how they got into horror, became interested in make-up effects, and what the future holds for them both. There’s also a lot of laughs along the way and many memorable stories about such people as Jon Voight and Morgan Freeman.
Obsession meets psychosis for the latest episode of GBW where we dive into one of our favourite sub-genres: Home wrecking crazy girls. We’re talking girls who worm their way into the families of their crushes and proceed to destroy them. Teenagers who try to seduce older men. And a little bit of bunny boiling on the side.
First up, we talk about what we’ve been watching including The Autopsy of Jane Doe, another journey on the Train to Busan, some really poor kickboxing adventures, and more of Josh’s descent into his over-stuffed VHS collection. Plus more!
It’s the beginning of a new year and time for our annual recap of the movies of the past year.
We pick our top five favourite films of the year (and argue a bit about it), have some honourable mentions, and list the movies we’re anticipating for 2017 – including a few blockbusters, a lot of indie fare, and even a couple of cannibal flicks!
As always we start off talking about what we’ve watching including Josh’s attempts to watch more 2016 movies, Chris realizing that at one time Steven Seagal was actually pretty bad-ass, a couple of titles from the fine folks at Arrow Video, and the continuing VHS adventures of Josh. Plus more!