Movies “discussed”: House by the Cemetery, Creepers, Squirm, Night Watchmen (short)
So technical difficulties made this episode go kablooie. As in, lost in the ether forever. Sorry. Rather than re-record the same thing and have it suck, we’re just gonna carry on. For the curious, here are the scores we gave each film:
House by the Cemetery: Josh – 2.5 Matt – 2 Charlie – 7.5
Squirm: Josh – 2 Matt – 4 Charlie – 8
Creepers: Josh – 7 Matt – 5 Charlie – 7
Night Watchmen (short): Josh – up Matt – up Charlie – up
Please keep those scores in mind while composing a substitute episode in your head. Remember, Matt is the funny one.
Aaaaaaaanyway . . . .
We’ll have a new full episode up in the next couple days, sorry again about the delay.
This weeks assignments: Creek week! (movies with creek in the name)
Movies discussed: The Canal, The Brood, Shivers, Hands (short)
This week: we brood about the Brood, Shivers doesn’t really set us to trembling, and Canal hits that love it/hate it/meh trifecta you have come to know and love. Plus: It’s pronounced “‘Ozzie.”
Also! Matt mentioned some cool obscure horror movie recommendations from a blog that he made a few recommendations to. That blog belongs to Drew Chial who is doing a bunch of excellent horror-related posts during October. Check out the entire thing for all the awesome and insightful goodness, but if you’re short on time here are links to the first two of his eventual three part series on obscure horror recommendations:
Part 3: (as yet unposted) will be Found Footage/Mockumentary
Check Drew’s blog out and let him, and us, know what you think of his picks.
Also also: The Twin Cities Horror Festival is upon us! Don’t forget, in addition to all the amazing shows you can see each and every night, you can see Josh, Matt and special guest Dan Peltzman do a live riff of Death Bed: The Bed That Eats! at midnight on Halloween! Details and all that jazz can be found here.
Also, also, also: You still have two weekends left to see The Secret of Gravethwait Manor! This is an original theatrical production written by Josh and produced by Matt’s theater company Fearless Comedy Productions. You can find showtimes and book tickets at the Bryant-Lake Bowl website.