This week's film proves that Angela Lansbury makes everything classier and sometimes creepier as well.
In the spirit of full disclosure, we mistakenly refer to the Krites as Critters throughout this episode. We apologize for the oversight.
While Troy is off in the frozen wastes, we take a look at a movie that is based on a Lovecraft story, because that always works out well.
We finish up the Human Centipede trilogy thanks to Hotlanta. Don't worry, his streak of picking movies we don't want to watch remains untarnished.
In our inadvertent second installment of people from Iowa are weird, we get geography lessons, baseball field shootings, and medical pitchforks. That's Iowa for you.
We take a look at another movie called Creep. Feel free to insert your own TLC andor Radiohead joke here.
We were out for the Thanksgiving holiday, but you can give thanks we had our crossover episode with the HSHD gents to put up. Unless you already went to their site and listened, then it just seems lazy.
In honor of Troy's newfound status as an amateur apiarist, we watched the first movie that we could think of involving bees, but not starring Nicolas Cage.
Have you ever thought to yourself, I sure would like to listen to an episode of Slaughterhouse Princess, but it's a little to tawdry to listen to with my kids/parents/cult leader? Well, thanks to Patreon backer Thomas you can listen to this safe for work episode in mixed company with a minimal amount of shame.
This week we were joined by Patreon backer DairyTech in our movie chat. And to make sure he had buyer's remorse, we let Brett pick the movie, even though we all said we wouldn't let him pick movies anymore. The real question isn't did he regret it, but how fast did he regret it.