There’s epic amounts of adventure and sand this week as Nick and Chris are talking about the 1999 remake of the Universal Monsters classic The Mummy. Starring Brendan Fraser, Rachel Weisz, and Arnold Vosloo, directed by Stephen Sommers.
This week Nick and Chris are talking about the 1987 Kathryn Bigelow vampire road trip flick, Near Dark. Starring Adrian Pasdar, Lance Henrikson, and Bill Paxton in one of his most memorable roles.
It’s a veritable circus of blood this week as Nick and Chris are sending in the clown… Art the Clown that is! We’re talking Damien Leone’s gore-tastic supernatural slasher, Terrifier 2. Starring David Howard Thornton and Lauren LaVera.
Skynet take the wheel! This week James Cameron brings the late 2020’s to the early 1980’s as Nick and Chris are talking the 1984 sci-fi classic, The Terminator. Starring Linda Hamilton, Michael Biehn, and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Things get a little hairy this week as Nick and Chris are joined by their resident werewolf expert, Arthur, to talk the 1941 Universal Monsters classic, The Wolf Man. Starring Lon Chaney Jr., Claude Raines, and Bela Lugosi.
We found out the hard way that our ambition to stream the show greatly outpaced our technological capabilities to do so and ended up losing two episodes. So instead of crying into their beer about it, Nick and Chris are finishing up those tear filled brews (as well as about a half dozen other ones) and hopping on mic for a late nite talk about the origins of the show!
It’s PARTY time this week as we go back to the 80’s for episode 80. Nick and Chris are talking the 1988 cult classic demon rave flick Night of the Demons. Starring Linnea Quigley, Amelia Kincade, and Alvin Alexis.
It’s a veritable MADHOUSE this week as Nick and Chris get their stinking paws on the 1968 sci-fi classic, Planet of the Apes. Starring Charlton Heston, Roddy McDowall, and Kim Hunter.
We’re kicking off the new year by heading to the beach! This week Nick & Chris are joined by comic creator, Asaad Loiseau, to talk the 2018 giant shark schlockfest The Meg, directed by Jon Turtletaub; starring Jason Statham and Li Bingbing.
Merry Christmas, Monster-Heads! It’s that special time of year when the thoughts of all good little boys and girls focus on one thing only: Ho-Ho-Homicide! For our second Big Dumb Monsters Christmas Special, Nick & Chris are talking the 2015 holiday horror flick, Krampus, starring Adam Scott and Toni Collette.