This week we review Corruption directed by Robert Hartford-Davis, sent to us by Grindhouse Releasing. We take a look at Chan-wook Park’s Stoker and John Carr’s Night Train to Terror which was sent to us from Vinegar Syndrome! It’s a short episode due to us being pressed for time, tired and in the middle of a snow storm!
The year started off with Vincent swallowing a spoonful of hot sauce. If it was man sauce the tradition would have continued. Episode 45 ended January with reviews of the awesome films John Dies at the End, The Bloody Ape, and Cross Bearer. February celebrated the one year anniversary. In March you two couldn’t figure out the difference between Witchery and Witchcraft. One is for masturbating and the other for David Hasselhoff fans. April was Little Johnnie Dickie month. May was Chuck Conroy’s coming out, in every way possible with Morbid. In June, the beard was pushed to the brink by and old man who knew more about syncing blu-tooth than he did. July was the Creepshow 3 commentary………….fuckers. The Babysitter Massacre review stuck out in July, because you guys don’t talk about fat women with huge tits enough. August was when Vincent declared his love for underground cave dwelling Descent women. In September the newsfinder general was at this zenith…..what the fuck happened? October was the great Halloween retrospective, which Chuck tried to sabotage to no avail. We only had 2 shows in November, making us feel truly thankful. December followed up with two episodes, but news that Vincent and Beard both signed two year contracts to continue the show. Happy New Year.
A great email from Russell Procope.
This had to be posted because it sums our year up damn best perfectly.
We are back and it’s a new year here at Exorcast! We are excited to finally bring you our Best Of 2013 episode! We go over our top ten genre films, our bottom five films, favorite albums and other random best of categories. We read a few of of listeners best of lists and a handful of emails!
This episode we do a retrospective on William Lustig’s Maniac Cop 1, 2 and 3: Badge of Silence! We take a look at the blu-ray’s the first being released by Synapse and the sequels were sent to us by Blue Underground. We also review the newest films from Artsploitation Films, Toad Road directed by Jason Banker. Toad Road also leads us into the most serious conversation and debate we have ever had on Exorcast.
On this episode we have reviews for Sanguivorous a artsy Japanese vampire film sent to us from MVD, Only God Forgives sent to us from Arrow Video and we do a mini retrospective of the Reeker films with Reeker and No Man’s Land: The Rise of Reeker!
This week we take a look at the blu-ray release of Frank Henelotter’s Frankenhooker and Impulse Pictures release of Bob Hollowich’s long lost Sexcula both sent to us by Synapse Films! We also review Chad Crawford Kinkle’s new film Jug Face sent to us by MVD Visual and Cheezy Flicks sent us Gary Graver’s Evil Spirits starring Karen Black, Michael Berryman and a ton of other genre actors!
This week we have reviews for Synapse Films South Of Heaven directed by Jonathan Vara and the Australian revenge film The Horseman directed by Steven Kastrissios. We also have a special treat from Blue Underground, we have the blu-ray release of the controversial Snuff! It’s a shot show this week but next week shouldn’t disappoint.