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.
Celebration of Fantastic Fest officially kicked off online and this week Adam and Kevin will be reviewing Jill Gevargizian's The Stylist. Other titles discussed include Teddy, Girl, Body Melt, Console Wars, Better Watch Out, and Sometimes They Come Back.
This week, Adam and Kevin take a look at Antonio Campos' The Devil All The Time on Netflix. Some other titles discussed include Nightbreed, Pretending I'm Superman: The Tony Hawk Video Game Story, The Dead Zone, The Social Dilemma, Golden Horns, Coastal Elites, The Dead Zone, and This Is Paris.
This week, Adam and Kevin wrap their heads around Charlie Kaufman's latest, I'm thinking of Ending Things. Other titles discussed include Cabin Fever (2016), The Five Rules of Success, A Score To Settle, The Owners,
August seemed like a prime time to release martial arts flicks throughout the decade, and this month we'll be discussing four of them including Double Impact, Hard Target, Surf Ninjas, and Only the Strong.
In part one of our Fantasia Festival 2020, Adam and Kevin take a look at four films screening at this year's virtual edition including Lapsis, Class Action Park, Crazy Samurai Musashi, and You Cannot Kill David Arquette.
This week, Adam and Kevin review RZA's latest, Cut Throat City, boasting an incredible cast with some incredible performances. Other titles discussed include The Pale Door and Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula.
This week on the show, Adam and Kevin take a look at the Russian sci-fi horror film Sputnik, available on VOD platforms Friday. Other titles discussed include Black Water, Black Water: Abyss, Scarecrow, An American Pickle, Echo, and The Tax Collector.
This week, Adam and Kevin talk about Dave Franco's directorial debut, The Rental, along with some other stuff including some Godzilla movies, Witchhammer, Special Actors, The Cheap Detective, The Pool, Villa Empain, and Too Funny to Fail.