It’s part two of our Vincent Price double feature as Nick and Chris are talking the super creepy 1971 classic, The Abominable Dr. Phibes.
We’re having a two for one Price sale this week as Nick and Chris are talking 1959’s Return of the Fly in part one of our Vincent Price Double Feature. Join us next week for part 2!
Play it ghoul kids, because it’s a 90’s throwback kind of week, as Nick and Chris are talking about the Tales from the Crypt movie, Demon Knight, starring William Sadler, Billy Zane, and Jada Pinkett-Smith.
This week Nick and Chris delve into the 2001 sci-fi horror film, “John Carpenter’s Ghosts of Mars,” a cult classic known for its unique blend of action, horror, and sci-fi elements. From dissecting post-apocalyptic Martian setting, practical effects, to Carpenter’s signature style these two avid monster movie fans provide a fresh, entertaining take and leave no stone unturned.
No movie this week, because Nick an Chris have some friends stopping by! Danny and Joey from the Pop Culture Forever Exhibit Center are here to talk about the opening of their new exhibit space and discuss a lifetime obsession with monster memorabilia collecting.
It’s time to check back in with the King of All Monsters once again as Nick and Chris are talking the big, green, guys return to form in 2016’s Shin Godzilla! A modern take on a Kaiju classic.
What manner of steakery is this?!?! Nick and Chris are spending some time in the mall this week as they talk the 1978 George Romero zombie classic, Dawn of the Dead.
Nick & Chris are joined by Thor Mault of TE Media (https://temediagroup.net) and everyone is heading back to nature this week to talk the 2014 schlock-tastic horror/comedy Zombeavers!
Things are getting exxxxtreme this week as Nick and Chris are reaching deep down into 90’s obscura to talk about the cult favorite, body horror/comedy, Freaked. Starring Alex Winter, Randy Quaid, and William Sadler.
Nick and Chris are taking a break from the gore and carnage this week for a detour into hilarity as they talk Mel Brooks’ 1974 comedy masterpiece, Young Frankenstein.