This week on Exorcast we review JJ Connelly’s The Gothkill from Wild Eye Releasing and we deliver Last Rites to 1984′s The Dungeonmaster directed by David Allen, Charles Band, John Carl Buechler, Steven Ford, Peter Manoogian, Ted Nicolaou and Rosemarie Turko! We have an awesome interview with Ancient Shores and they announce the winners to the Holy Moly I Just Won an Ancient Shores Vinyl contest! If you are one of our lucky winners please email us your address so we can get it to the band and they can mail you your shit!
One this weeks show we are reviewing Snow Shark: Ancient Snow Beast directed by Sam Qualiana and sent to us by Alternative Cinema, The Mark Of The Beast directed by Jonathan Gorman and Thomas Edwards, which was sent to us by MVD and we have Adam Protextor’s Dropping Evil and it was sent to us by Wild Eye! We deliver Last Rites to T.L.P. Swicegood’s 1966 film The Undertaker and His Pals and it was sent to us by Cheezy Flicks! No hot sauce this week, sorry guys!
On this weeks show we talk to great extent about The Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise. We also answer your emails and open a package from one of our listeners! Vincent insists on spoiling the ending to Texas Chainsaw 3D, sorry in advanced.
This week on the show we review Bloody, Bloody Bible Camp directed by Vito Trabucco, the super hyped up Miami Connection from Draft House Films directed by Y.K. Kim and Woo-sang Park, The Road (not that one) from the Philippines directed by Yam Laranas. We also deliver Last Rites to Black Out, a 1985 made for TV movie directed by Douglas Hickox! I implore you all to listen to the show through the ending music for a special treat from Vincent. Also, email us your top ten or top five horror films for the year and one of you will win a dvd from us! Happy Holidays from Exorcast!
This week we continue our holiday horror watching guide with the second part of our 25 Days of Exorcast! This week we take a look at Jack Frost directed by Michael Cooney, Gingerdead Man directed by our good friend Charles Band, Don’t Open Til Christmas directed by Edmond Purdom. We also try to remember the horrible Pyscho Santa directed by Peter Keir & Satan Claus by Massimiliano Cerchi. We also review Satan Claws by John Russo, One Hell of a Christmas by Shaky Gonzolez, Elves directed Jefferey Mandel, Silent Night Bloody Night by Theodore Gershuny, To All a Goodnight by David Hess, Gremlins by Joe Dante and Silent Night Steven C Miller.
Looking back we forgot to mention A Christmas Season Massacre directed by Jeremy Wallace in 2001. This POS is about a kid who liked to pretend he was a pirate who was beat up and had one of his shoe stolen and all he wanted for Christmas was another shoe. So he got an eye patch instead. He grew up pissed and everyone made fun of him because he only had one shoe and the other foot was just in a sock. Yeah. So as an adult he wore a torn white tee shirt, ripped jeans and one shoe, but don’t forget his eye patch. Yeah, ol’ One Shoe Mcgrue started killing people. It wasn’t Christmas…it was summer and they were at a lake. A group of friends go up there to find him because he killed one of their pals. Are you following me? They are all unlikeable and annoying as shit. They all die.The End. Don’t watch, Casting it out!
This week we gear up for the holidays with the first episode of a two parter! This week we will be going over 12 holiday horror films to gear you up for Christmas! This week we are taking a look at Silent Night Deadly Night directed by Charles E Sellier, SNDN2 by Lee Harry, SNDN 3: Better Watch Out by Monte Hellman, SNDN part 4: Initiation directed by Brian Yuzna and SNDN 5: The Toy Maker directed by Martin Kitrosser, Black Christmas directed by Bob Clark, Black Xmas directed by Glen Morgan, Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale directed by Jalmari Helander, Two From Teeth directed by David Thomas Sckrabulis, Santa’s Slay directed by David Steinman, Sint (Saint) (Saint Nick) directed by Dick Maas and A Christmas Evil directed by Lewis Jackson! One hell of a list! Stay tuned next week for 13 more!
This week we exorcise The Vicious Brother’s found footage flick Grave Encounters, Darren Lynn Bousman’s The Devil’s Carnival and Ryan Nicholson’s newest slasher Famine! This week for Last Rites we hook up the VCR and check out Donald G. Jacobson’s 1986 Roller Blade! Yes, the film pre-dates actual rollerblades.
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This week we review Timur Bekmambetov’s Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter, Richard Schenkman’s Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies, Mark P Forever’s Strip mahjong: Battle Royal. We also deliver Last Rites to Lindsay Shontell’s Devil Doll for 1964. We hope you all enjoyed our Commentary for Jeff Lieberman’s Satan’s Little Helper!
Holy shit! We recorded a new show! This week we review Terror Train, Negative Happy Chain Saw Edge, Killjoy Goes to Hell & H.P. Lovecraft’s The Evil Clergyman. We also deliver Last Rites to Jeff Burr’s From A Whisper To A Scream!
This week on Exorcast we channel our inner dead pit, no not the shitty ass 80′s movie, the podcast. By that I mean we hated every thing we watched. This week we review Ron Decaro’s The Gateway Meat, John Greddes’ Exit Humanity, Lewis Schoenbrun’s Dr. Chopper and Panos Cosmatos’ Beyond the Black Rainbow! We deliver Last Rites to Jeffery Bloom’s 1980 Blood Beach with it’s unforgettable tag line, “Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water, you can’t get to it…Blood Beach” We announce what we are doing for our upcoming 30th episode and hope to have a few questions for it from some of you collectors out there.
On this weeks show we review Todd Morris’ 90′s rape/revenge/exploitation film A Gun for Jennifer, Eduardo Sanchez’s newest film The Lovely Molly, Adrian and Ramiro Garcia Bogalino’s Penumbra and finally Sean Byrne’s brilliant Aussie horror film The Loved Ones has been released in the US! This week we deliver Last Rites to David Schomoeller’s Crawlspace starring Klaus Kinski from 1986!
Episode 23, take 2! After a terrible mishap we are back! On this weeks show we are heading to the circus and checking out Hope Perello’s The Howling VI: The Freaks, Robert Young’s Vampire Circus and a Spanish double feature of Alex de la Iglesia’s The Last Circus and Aljandro Jodorowsky’s Santa Sangre! We also have a great time giving Last Rite’s to Victor Salva’s Clownhouse that I believe Vincent has some very fond childhood memories of!
This weeks episode falls on yet another holiday, Friday the 13th! We will be taking a look at a few of the films we skipped last Friday the 13th. Steve Miner’s Friday the 13th Part 2 & Part 3 in 3D, Joseph Zito’s Friday the 13th Part IV: The Final Chapter and Tom McLoughlin’s Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives! Of course no Friday the 13th episode would be complete with out a F13 rip-off for Last Rites and this week we have Ralph Portillo’s Bloody Murder! We also confront upChuck and Goob from Zombie’s Don’t Podcast for their video of opening Vincent’s care package.
On this weeks show we are reviewing Evan Makrogiannis and Brain Weaver’s The Turnpike Killer, Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury’s Livid and because of a listener email we review Joseph Zito’s The Prowler and Tony Maylam’s The Burning. We also deliver Last Rite’s to Tobe Hooper’s The Funhouse! We debate the greatest ever slasher film and Vincent get’s bitter that I am going on my honeymoon. This will be our last show until the first week of July so don’t get too depressed we will be back with a few films that really get you excited to be an American! Until then, the power of cast compels you!
On this weeks episode of Exorcast we are paying tribute to one of the greatest horror authors in history, H.P. Lovecraft. We take a look at all Lovecraft inspired films!Honestly, this could be a Stewart Gordon tribute as well since three of our films tonight are directed by him. We at Exorcast both agree that no one can make a Lovecraft adaption like Stewart Gordon can! So with all that said this week we review Stewart Gordon’s Re-Animator, From Beyond and Dagon! We also review Henry Saine’s The Last Lovecraft: Relic of Cthulhu! We deliver Last Rites to Andrew Leman’s 2005 black and white, silent film The Call of Cthulhu. Vincent rants about talking shit after one of the actors from Madison County listened to our podcast last week, we talk about the new maniac trailer and I say fuck Prometheus, so listen to the show to find out why.
This week we review Mike Flanagan’s Absentia, Eric England’s Madison County, Darren Lynn Bousman’s Mother’s Day and Christopher Witherspoon’s Rage. Thanks to Chuck Conry from Zombie’s Don’t Podcast for sending us the screener of Rage… We give Last Rites to Stefan Svahn’s German Splatter flick Blutrausch: Gefangen Im Haus Des Grauens (Blood Rage: Trapped In The House of Horror). We also pay our respects to James Isaac (6/5/60 – 5/6/12) director of Jason X, Maurice Sendak (6/10/28 – 5/8/12) children’s author (Where The Wild Things Are) and Adam Yauch (8/5/64 – 5/4/12) also know as MCA and Nathanial Hornblower of the Beastie Boys. Music on this weeks episode is all B Boys. We play Beastie Boys from the album Some Old Bullshit, Sure Shot, Sabotage and Root Down from Ill Communication.
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In this week’s episode as promised we take a look at straight edge horror films. Michael A Simpson’s Sleepaway Camp II: Unhappy Campers, Frank Henelotter’s Brain Damage, Jeff Lieberman’s Blue Sunshine and Andrew and Lucas Campbell’s The Red Skulls. We deliver Last Rites to Brad F Grinter and Steve Hawkes Blood Freak. We listen to some straight edge hardcore from Casey Jones, Earth Crisis and the band that started it all, Minor Threat!