Tuesday, 28 June 2011
Wednesday, 22 June 2011
This week, your friends Count Vardulon and the Divemistress fulfill viewer Sarah's birthday wishes by reviewing High Lane and Night of the Creeps. Anonymous acts as producer this week, and does a great job not doing or saying anything. Weirdly, both the Count and D independently watched movies with the word "green" in the title. Were they any good? Tune in to find out!
Poll Results: Is there a distinction to be made between "horror" movies and "scary" movies? For the purposes of list-making, yes.
Thursday, 16 June 2011
This week your friends Count Vardulon and the Divemistress take in three very different films and manage to not hate them all. The Shrine is appreciatively simple and straightforward, Stake Land is wonderfully understated and thankfully not about zombies, and Super 8 has nostalgia going for it so it's okay! Tune in to hear a run down of EW's top 20 scariest movies of all time, and listen as the Count again tries and fails to provide a simple synopsis.
How should D treat her cold? With lots of hot toddies!
Friday, 10 June 2011
This week The Divemistress is very ill. But Count Vardulon isn't going to let that get in the way of complaining about terrible movies! The Vanquisher proves to be impossible to understand, and not because it's largely in Thai, and The Traveler is similarly difficult to wrap your head around, but only because it's so stupid. Sherlock Holmes: The Last Vampyre, on the other hand, is totally worth watching.
Q. Who's haunted the haunted house?
A1. A physical manifestation of your dread.
A3. The Owner
Thursday, 2 June 2011
For your amusement, this week's episode is about haunted fun houses. Find out which movie features a self-defeating monster, and which one has a self-defeating plot. Other topics complained about: Teen Wolf the show, Criminal Minds Suspect Behaviour, and the film Amusement, which did not make the list of amusement park-themed movies for the show. Click here for that thing the DM mentioned.
Poll results: Sixty percent of you believe the time is right for new grindhouse, while 40% think the genre is best left in the past.