While not a horror movie, it does feature Cyborg Kaori as Beatboxing maidservant, so it all evens out.
Real cousin Brett (two legged bringer of destruction) has us take a look at this Argento flick that proves our long held belief that nothing good comes from books.
We return with a double request for a Tomie movie. We went with this one because it was easy to find. We wish we looked more.
Finally, a movie that isn't afraid to take Troy down a peg. One. Whole. Peg.
All this talk about James Gunn gave us a hankering for some good old fashioned Troma-style transgressive film making, so we picked the classiest one we could find with Lemmy as the nararator.
In what is the clear winner of the Not Really A Horror Movie but We're Going to Watch it Anyway award comes the first part of the Thief in the Night series about the Rapture.
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.
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.