Finally a vampire movie that isn't afraid to tackle the complex relationship between the bourgeoisie and proletariat as it pertains to the concept of arranged marriages in an attempt to maintain your family's status.
Slather yourself in oil and eat some brains in order to numb the pain of listening to this episode.
We take a look at Leviathan this week, not the one about the North American fishing industry or the Russian one based loosely based on the guy who went on a rampage with a modified bulldozer, but the one about undersea mining.
Funny story, turns out this is a series of six movies, so we picked the two that really spoke to us to watch. By spoke to us, We mean the ones available on YouTube.
It takes all three of us to tackle the most pressing question that this movie brings up, are Frankenstein's monsters reborn with the organs they die with or just snakes where their guts were.
Keep your eyes open for the debut performance of Marisa Tomei in what might be the Citizen Kane of Troma movies, although that is a admittedly low bar.
Standing here like a loaded gun, waiting to go off. We've got nothing to do but shoot our mouths off
Take a look into the distant future where Vampires are real and space stations still have VCRs in the rec rooms. Spooky.
We show off our more refined side with some of the Bard this week, even if all of his works were written by Edward de Vere. Wake up sheeple.