As Stephen King month draws to a close, we take a look at the most recent of his adaptations. Is it a quality watch, like The Shining, or is it overly long and dull, like The Shining?
This movie is called Death Bed: The Bed That Eats, not sure what else needs be said.
While attending Dismember the Alamo, Troy came across this masterwork that just screamed bonky donkey to him, so we just had to see it right away. Or he had already watched 4 movies in the last 24 hours and needed a break. Either way, dinosaur pajamas.
Before Peter Jackson made movies about other people's stories featuring heavy use of New Zealand landscape porn, he made one of the most splattery gore movies ever. Does it still live up to the hype? Lets find out, together.
Take a look into the distant future where Vampires are real and space stations still have VCRs in the rec rooms. Spooky.
It's the triumphant return of Brett. Also, we watch a movie that continues to make it look like we only watch B-Movies, which we don't.
We visit the Cirque du So Lame this week with a "horror musical" from the creators of Repo! The Genetic Opera.
We mark our triumphant return to podcasting by watching a movie requested by dummyact with an estimated $6000 budget directed by Bill Zebub.