Slaughterhouse Princess

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The Black Cat (1934)

We take it back to a simpler time this week when men always wore suits and women were carried most places.

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Attack The Block

We always thought that touching an alien is a good way to get chlamydia, innit, bruv.

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Shadow of the Vampire

We take it back to the old school this week not only because of the movie, but also because Troy isn't around to keep us on track.  It goes as well as you'd think.

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Horns

Unlock your blanket stashes and settle in for uncomfortable confessions and flashbacks, flashbacks, flashbacks.

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I Saw the Devil

In what might be a first, we had two people request the same movie.  Does that make it really good, or really bad?  Listen and find out.

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Mystics in Bali

Thanks to this movie we all became confused and emotional, I guess you could say we lost our heads.

*Pause for laughter

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Blood for Dracula

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.

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Return of the Living Dead

Slather yourself in oil and eat some brains in order to numb the pain of listening to this episode.

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Leviathan

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.

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Hideshi Hino’s Theater of Horror

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.

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