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On this episode Christian is joined by Joe Yanick of Small Screen Cinema to review the Olive Films and Slasher//Video Blu-ray release of Mankillers (1987) directed by David A. Prior, and the Arrow Blu-ray release of Dead End Drive-In (1986) from Ozploitation legend, director Brian Trenchard-Smith.
Music for this episode: “Playing with Fire” by Lisa Edwards.
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On this episode, Christian is joined by Uncouth to talk about two films in one of his favorite horror franchises of all time, Phantasm (1979) and Phantasm II (1988) from director Don Coscarelli.
Also reviewed on this episode: The Horrible Dr. Hichcock (1962), Night Creatures (1962), Ghost Shark (2013), Lights Out (2016), and Gary Bradner’s novel The Howling.
Music for this episode is by Nightcrawler, Fred Myrow and Malcolm Seagrave.
Thank you to Olive Films for supporting this episode.
Buy The Horrible Dr. Hichcock on Blu-ray from Olive Films
Watch the trailer for Phantasm: Remastered here
Watch the trailer for Phantasm V: Ravager here
On this episode Christian is joined by Joe Yanick of Small Screen Cinema to discuss two recent Blaxploitation releases from Vinegar Syndrome. First up, they talk about The Candy Tangerine Man (1975) from director Matt Cimber, and then, they rap about Petey Wheatstraw, The Devil’s Son In Law (1977), from director Cliff Roquemore and starring the one and only Rudy Ray Moore.
We also talk about: Green Room (2015), Dangerous Men (2005), old timey pornography and Seasons 3 and 4 of Arrested Development.
Music for this episode by Smoke and Nat Dove & The Devils.
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On this episode, a very sick Christian is joined by friend of the show Andrew Taylor Carr to review Vinegar Syndrome’s elease of The Cut-Throats (1969), a movie that mixes nazisploitation with softcore drive-in sexploitation, and Arrow Video’s stunning Blu-ray release of Ken Russel’s outrageous erotic-thriller, Crimes of Passion (1984) starring Kathleen Turner and Anthony Perkins.
Also discussed on this episode: Predator 2 (1990), Retard-O-Tron 3 (2013), Cobra (1986), Score (1974), Raiders! The Story of The Greatest Fan Film Ever Made (2015), Der Bunker (2015).
Thank you to Arrow Video and MVD Visual for sponsoring this episode of the show.
Download the episode on iTunes or stream it from Podbean here: http://goodmoviesforbadpeople.podbean.com/e/episode-26-the-cut-throats-1969-and-crimes-of-passion-1984/
Shunga (Wikipedia entry) – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shunga
Aubrey Beardsley (Wikipedia entry) – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aubrey_Beardsley
Rene Magritte, The Lovers – http://www.moma.org/learn/moma_learning/rene-magritte-the-lovers-le-perreux-sur-marne-1928
Buy Crimes of Passion from Arrow Video here
On this episode Uncouth and Christian dive into Enzo G. Castellari’s rip-off of Jaws, L’Ultimo Squalo aka The Last Shark (1981), and then we hit the gym and lift Double Trouble (1992) starring the twin bodybuilders Peter and David Paul. Things get pretty silly as we talk sharksploitation and direct-to-video trash from the 90s.
Also reviewed on this episode: The Mermaid (2016), Hologram Man (1995), Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982), Secretary (2002), The Perfect Husband (2014) and Observance (2015).
Music featured on this episode: “Hourglass” and “Omniverse” by S U R V I V E.
You can buy The Perfect Husband and Observance on Blu-ray and for digital download at: http://www.artsploitationfilms.com/
On this one-shot review Christian checks out violent Shit: The Movie (2015), the debut release from Reel Gore Releasing, a new label founded by Nico B. of Cult Epics and Steve Aquilina to release films of extreme horror and gore into the North American market.
Violent Shit: The Movie is a new film in the Violent Shit series but also a departure point, as this is the first film in the series made without any involvement from series co-creator Andreas Schnass, who co-directed the last movie in the series, Karl the Butcher Vs. Axe (2010) with Timo Rose. This new film, directed by Luigi Pastore, blends together the aesthetics of the neo-giallo with the extreme German gore that the series is known for.
The movie also features cameos from Italian exploitation veterans like actor Giovanni Lombardo Radice, and directors Luigi Cozzi and Enzo G. Castellari, and a score from Claudio Simonetti’s Goblin.
On this episode, Christian takes a look at some recent Blu-ray and DVD releases. First up, he heads into the cannibal and zombie-filled jungle of Severin Films release of Dr. Butcher M.D./Zombi Holocaust (1980), one of the most fun films in the Italian Cannibal and Zombie genres. Then, things get steamy as he reviews the Synapse Films release of Sorceress (1995), a softcore erotic-horror movie starring Julie Strain and Linda Blair. Last but not least, he reviews the Full Moon DVD release of Jess Franco’s Sexy Sisters (1977), and that’s where things get weird.
Also discussed on this episode are some upcoming book releases, including Richard Glenn Schmidt’s Cinema Somnambulist, Satanic Panic: Pop Cultural Paranoia in the 1980s, edited by Kier-La Janisse and Paul Corupe, and the upcoming release of Bleeding Skull: A 1990s Trash-Horror Odyssey!
Music for this episode by Nico Fidenco.
Buy Dr. Butcher M.D. on Blu-ray from Severin Films here: https://severin-films.com/doctor-butcher-m-d-zombie-holocaust/
Buy Sorceress on Blu-ray from Synapse Films here: http://synapse-films.com/synapse-films/sorceress-uncensored-director-approved-edition-blu-ray/
Get Sexy Sisters on DVD from Full Moon Video here: http://www.fullmoondirect.com/Jess-Francos-Sexy-Sisters-DVD_p_1090.html