We learn the importance of finishing what you start from a literal murder dad this week.
Normally, we won't warn you about spoilers, but this time we have to make an exception. So spoiler alert, but if you are listening to this podcast, you've probably already seen it
Werewolf month continues with the only werewolf movie with a swearing werewolf that shoots people the finger. Probably.
We watched a movie about a doll that kills people because it was possessed by soul transferring voodoo lightning magic. It sounds kinda dumb when you hear it out loud.
We go back to the jungle this week for some more exciting cannibal based action. Also ferox means fierce in Latin, just in case you were curious.
We take a look at what might be the first found footage movie. Does it live up to the hype that surrounds it? One thing for sure, it's no Nekromantik.
What happens when an ancient god called the Destroyer gets summoned into a haunted house? Well clearly you use heavy metal magics to save humanity. See if you can figure out who Teen Ape and Dana McBoobs are playing.
What is there to say about C.H.U.D.? It stars three people that would go on to be in Home Alone movies, has John Goodman's stirring performance as cop in diner, and something about radioactive sewer zombies that are eating the homeless.
We start off the new year right with our shortest podcast ever. There were creepy dolls, jump scares, and hidden basements. It also might be the longest movie we have done to date, or at least it felt that way.