This week, Adam and Kevin strap in and review the 37 year-old lost film that's just now getting released, Grizzly II: Revenge, along with some other stuff they've been watching including PG: Psycho Goreman, Over Your Dead Body, Shadow In The Clouds, The Silent Partner and Nomadland.
This week, Adam and Kevin take a look back at their most anticipated films of 2020 and see how everything turned out before looking forward to 2021 and discussing the most exciting releases that will hopefully be coming out.
What is now a holiday tradition, Adam and Ken are back this year to discuss four more made for TV Christmas movies including a sequel to It's A Wonderful Life, a rom-com directed by Arnold Schwarzenegger, another rom-com with Mimi Rogers, and a British family film with a cameo by pop sensation S Club 7.
This week, we take a look at the reverse exorcism film Anything For Jackson, out now on Shudder. Other titles discussed include Castle Freak, Jallikattu, Some Kind of Heaven, The China Hustle, and Freaky.
This week, we review Clea DuVall's latest directorial effort, the holiday themed comedy Happiest Season, currently available on Hulu. We also talk about some other stuff including Thief, The Forty-Year-Old Version, 69: The Saga of Danny Hernandez, Apiyemiyekî?, Floored, and Bad Day at Black Rock.
This week, Adam and Kevin take a look at Alex Winter's new documentary Zappa, along with some other stuff including The Plumber, Leap of Faith: William Friedkin on The Exorcist, High Hopes, The Dark and the Wicked, Ham on Rye, and Blood Vessel.
This week, Adam and Kevin review the horror film His House, the feature debut of director Remi Weekes. Some other titles discussed include Borat 2, Asylum, Spiral,
Disappearance at Clifton Hill, Fade to Black, and The New Mutants.
This week, in celebration of Halloween, Adam and Kevin take a look at four '70s giallo films including Black Belly of the Tarantula, The Blood Stained Butterfly, The Red Queen Kills Seven Times, and All The Colors of the Dark.
In this month's Halloween special, Adam and Ken dive into horror trends by looking at the emergence of meta horror and found footage with reviews of New Nightmare, Scream, The Last Broadcast, and The Blair Witch Project.
This week, Adam and Kevin take a look at Jim Cummings' follow up to Thunder Road, a horror-comedy called The Wolf of Snow Hollow, out now on VOD platforms. Some other titles discussed include American Utopia, The Comedy of Terrors, Run, The Last House on the Left, Dinner in America, and Mandibles.
This week, Adam and Kevin take a look at Brandon Cronenberg's disturbing sci-fi thriller Possessor Uncut, along with some other stuff including The Lost Okoroshi, Action U.S.A, Fright Night, The Boy Behind the Door, Vampires vs. the Bronx, How to Deter a Robber, My Bloody Valentine, Bloodthirsty, and Scare Me.