This week on Exorcast we review Brandon Cronenberg’s Antiviral, Ben Wheatley’s horror comedy Sightseers and a new anthology film that was sent to us by our friends at Alternative Cinema, Road Hell directed by Draven Gonzalez, Alex Pucci and Pete Jacelone. This weeks last rites is Roberta Findlay’s 1985 film The Oracle! Vincent also fills us in on his rodent problem and about a secret glass dildo he has.
This week we have a shorter episode. The interview would have been included in this, but it ran so long it became its own episode. So this week we are reviewing Steven Kostanski of Astron 6′s Manborg, Mathias Hoene’s zombie comedy Cockney’s Vs. Zombies and last but not least Chuck Conry’s Morbid! We are the first to see it and the first to review it!
This was a spur of the moment interview with our pal Josh Schafer from Lunchmeat Magazine. You can find him and all of his VHS Happiness at www.lunchmeatvhs.com Don’t worry we will be back here Saturday with our normal show. Until then, The Power Of Cast Compels You!
This week we have a fun show for you guys! We are reviewing Rob Zombie’s The Lords of salem in detail, we also take a look at Conor McMahon’s horror/comedy Stitches and Frank Khalfoun’s Maniac remake. We deliver Last Rites to Jeff Lieberman’s newly in print Remote Control from 1988!
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This week on the show Vincent and I go head to head on Dario Argento’s Dracula 3D, we also take a look at Dustin Mills’ Easter Casket and Koyu Ohara’s Fairy In A Cage which was sent to us by are pals at Synapse! For last rites Vincent tells you about Mark Herrier’s Popcorn. I wasn’t able to squeeze this one in and I haven’t seen it since college so it is a distant memory.
This week we take the sleaze to an all new level and pretty much just straight up review some pornos! No, seriously…we review some porn. This week we are review Driller: A Sexual Thriller directed by Joyce James which was sent to us by Wild Eye, Psycho Holocaust directed by Krist Rufty and Baise-Moi (Fuck Me) directed by Virginie Despentes and Coralie sent to us from Arrow Video. For last rites we take a look at one of Massacre Video’s newer titles Blood Angel 2 a.k.a. Donald Farmer’s Savage Vengeance, the unofficial sequel to I Spit On Your Grave! We also read your emails, open up some special gifts that Deadrat picked us up over in Italia and we announce our last contest for some Mondo Macabro titles from DiabolikDVD! Oh yeah, we talk a lot about the band Ghost and their newest album Infestissumam.
This week as we prepare for Cinema Wasteland we review a few flicks. This week we take a look at Chad Ferrin’s strange Someone’s Knocking At The Door, Johnnie Dickie’s Slaughter Tales which was sent to us from our good friend Rob at Wile Eye Releasings and Ken Costenino’s Crimson from Alternative Cinema. We deliver Last Rites ro Jeff Burr’s 1995 killer scarecrow film Night Of The Scarecrow!
This week on the show we are back to our normal routine! We are reviewing films again! Crazy! This week we are taking a look at John Poliquin’s Grave Encounters 2, The Taint by Drew Bolduc and Dan Nelson and The Cemetery directed by our friend Adam Ahlbrandt! We also deliver Last Rites to Fabrizio Laurenti’s Witchcraft a.k.a. Witchery! We also find out while recording that this is not the first film in the Witchcraft series and I have it confused with two other films! Fuck! We read some eamils and give away another Mondo Macabro DVD away thanks to the fine folks over at DiabolikDVD.com!
This week it’s part two of our VHS-Mania-A-Thon whatever you wanna call it! We have interviews with Matt Desiderio of Horror Boobs, Ron Bonk from Sub Rosa, Chris Bouchie who is The King of the Witches and one half of the Uneasy Archives and Louis Justin of Massacre Video! We give away another DVD thanks to DiabolikDVD.com and Mondo Macabro! Next week we will have an interview with Rob Hauschild from Wild Eye Releasing. We couldn’t fit it in this week because of it’s length and how long the show already ended up being. Longest episode EVER!
This week it’s all VHS talk! We take a look at Cult Movie Mania, Mondo Video, Vagrant Video and we have an interview with Don from The Video Pharmacy and discuss his first release RX01 Twisted Issues. We also interview Jason and David from Vultra Video and give a rundown of their releases thus far! We read a few emails and hear from our Cross Bearer pal Natalie Jean. Don’t forget to listen for a chance to win some DVDs on next weeks show thanks to DiabolikDVD and Mondo Macabro!
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!
On this weeks show we review Nico B’s Why God Permits Evil which is made up of two short films he did 1999′s Pig and 2012′s 1334, we also review Horror Planet a.k.a. Inseminioid directed by Norman J Warren and Henrique Couto’s Bleeding Through! We give Last Rites to Roger Watkins notorious 1977 Last House On Dead End Street brought to you from Bloodwave DVD! We announce this weeks two winners for our contest with DiabolikDVD to win two Mondo Macabro DVDs. Did you win!? Listen to find out! For all of you hipster, metalhead vinyl collectors like us, we are giving away not one but TWO copies of Ancient Shores’ Step To The Edge 7in EP! Vincent tells you how to win one of these bad boys so listen closely to that pumpkin faced fuck. We play a few of their tunes on this show in order Park Bench Baptism, Omen and Client State! To check out more of their stuff you can follow the link below.
On our one year anniversary of Exorcast we are reviewing Jen and Sylvia Soska a.k.a. The Twisted Twins new film American Mary, Eric Stanze’s Ratline, Jamie Blanks Valentine and for Last Rites because it’s our birthday we are reviewing Ed Hunt’s Bloody Birthday from 1981! We also have some fun with your questions via email and twitter, we play all of your audio recordings you sent us! We give away not one but TWO DVDS, and announce an upcoming give away with the kick ass band Ancient Shores. Be sure and listen all the way to the end of the show to hear a killer and easy contest for next week and to hear one of Ancient Shore’s new tunes! Thanks again to every one that has supported us over this past year!
Be sure and check out Ancient Shores’ music, because next week we will be announcing how you can win two copies of their 7in Vinyl EP “Step To The Edge”!
The band themselves will also be on the show in two weeks to announce the winners and talk about some horror with us!
On this week’s show we take a look at the 26 director anthology film The ABC’s Of Death, Bill Zebub’s Human Antfarm/Antfarm Dickhole, Kerry Knight’s Swamp Witch and we deliver Last Rites to Brian Yuzna’s 1989 slug-tastic Society! Remember, we will be recording the show on Friday nights from now on.
This week on Exorcast we are taking a look at The Lost Realities of Hog Caller directed by Tom Richards sent to us by Wild Eye Releasing and Come And Get Me directed by Chris Sun which was sent to us by Alternative Cinema! It’s like the Aussie version of Last House on the Left! We have a hysterically fun interview with Adam Albrandt, Natalie Jean and Doug Sakmann from Cross Bearer! We also deliver Last Rites to Umberto Lenzi’s giallo Eyeball a.k.a. Secert Killer from 1975!
This week we review Don Cascarelli’s John Dies At The End, Keith Crocker’s super-8 throwback The Bloody Ape, Adam Ahlbrandt’s Cross Bearer and we deliver Last Rites to Eric Stanze’s Scrapbook that was recently released on VHS by Vultra Video!
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 weeks show is brought to you by Blair’s Beyond Death Hot sauce! So this week Vincent agree’s to eat a table spoon of very hot hotsauce if the facebook page got so many likes. So I was there to make sure that it did! Enjoy that shit, I sure did! We also reviewed some films! We take a look at Alex Chandon’s Inbred, Scream Factory’s release of Dick Richards’ Death Valley, Yohei Fukuda’s X Game from Danger After Dark and our Last Rites for the week is Dan Hoskins’ 1989 Chopper Chicks In Zombietown!
This week is our last show before the new year and we go out with a bang! Vincent and I give you our best and worst horror films of the year. I give my top eight album and Vincent gives you his top ten releases to pick up as well. We read some of your best and worst lists and give away a crappy dvd.
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 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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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!
After a week long absence we are back! This week we review Ryan Andrew’s Elfie Hopkins, Charlos Brooks Burning Bright, Andrea Bianchi’s Burial Ground: The Nights of Terror and Mario Bava’s classic Blood and Black Lace! We also deliver Last Rites to David Greiko’s Evilinko.
Sorry we are a day late! That doesn’t matter because we are here and have some more films for you! This week we review Molden Djorojevic’s The Life and Death of a Porno Gang, Alejandro Brugues’ Juan of the Dead, Gareth Evans’ The Raid: Redemption and David Brooks’ ATM. We also deliver Last Rites to Robert Sigl’s made for German TV slasher film School’s Out!
On this weeks show we review Brianne Murphy’s Blood Sabbath starring Dyanne Thorne, Brian Paulin’s Bone Sickness & Astron-6′s Father’s Day! We also have an interview with Eamon Hardiman, the director of the Porkchop trilogy and we deliver Last Rites to Douglas Curtis’ The Sleeping car!
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!
In this weeks episode we take a look at The Nesting, Twins of Evil, the notorious new film The Bunny Game and She Freak! We also deliver Last Rite’s to a film called Zipperface on laser disc!
We are getting two bluray/dvd combo’s of The Bunny Game from the studio to give away to two listeners, all you have to do is email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) or tweet us (@exorcast) a picture of yourself in your best Bunny Game mask!
This week on Exorcast it’s our Exploitation Extravaganza episode! We review Able Ferrara’s classic rape revenge film Ms. 45, Reinert Kiil’s Norwegian I Spit On Your Grave rip-off Hora (The Whore), Joseph Guzman’s Nude Nuns With Big Guns and Don Edmonds naziploitation masterpiece Ilsa She Wolf of the SS! We also deliver Last Rites to one of Vincent’s favorite Jess Franco films, Female Vampire.
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.
We’re back! After a week long absence we are back to bring you another gimmick filled episode and Vincent has no idea what episode we are on! We may be a few days late but this week was the Fourth of July so because of that holiday we decided it was only right to do a few holiday themed and America themed films. We have William Lustig’s Uncle Sam, Bobcat Goldthwait’s new black-comedy God Bless America, David Arquette’s slasher The Tripper and then venturing off the gimmick we take a look at Ryan Nicholson’s The Bleeding Lady. We deliver Last Rites to a forgotten VHS title called Lunchmeat directed by Kirk Alex. Vincent gives us a look back at Fright Night Film Fest and asks me a few questions about my visit to Hawaii, then tells me that exorcast is more important. Stay tuned for next week because it will once again be another show released on Friday the 13th! Maybe we will do some more Friday films, who knows….maybe we will do Friday starring Ice Cube and Chris Tucker!? Anyway, the power of Cast Compels You and all that stuff…
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 we review Lucio Fulci’s 1983 cult classic Conquest, Emanuele De Santi’s 2011 Italian splatter-fest Adam Champlin, Ridley Scott’s 2012 summer blockbuster and Alien prequel Prometheus and by request we have Jim Wynorski’s 1986 favorite Chopping Mall! For Last Rites we are bringing you an 80′s action gem with H. Tjut Djalil’s Lady Terminator! Vincent responds to the guy’s over at Zombie’s Don’t Podcast about their remarks of him being a homosexual and what he plans to do with ZDP and Exorcast when I go out of town in two weeks. That and a lot more I can’t think of!
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This week on Exorcast it’s tits galore! We review Jess Franco’s Sadomania (Hellhole Women), John Gulager’s Piranha 3DD (in 2D), Eric Weston’s Evilspeak and Richard Griffin’s The Disco Exorcist! We also deliver Last Rites to Ruben Galindo Jr’s 1988 slasher Don’t Panic! We go off and talk about random things as usual. We find out Vincent has dicks on the brain and it’s also my birthday! Yeah! Send me dvds!
We also mention James Bickert’s Dear God No again because they are selling some rare VHS’, posters and tee shirts on ebay. Find them from bigworld2012. Also, go online and check out the teaser poster for their sequel Frankenstein Created bikers! Looks badass!
On this weeks episode we review Paul Champion’s The Devils Rock, Richard Elfman’s cult classic Forbidden Zone, The Twisted Twins Jen and Sylvia Soska’s Dead Hooker In A Trunk, James Bickert’s new exploitation film Dear God No! We deliver Last Rites to Joe D’Amato’s sequel to Antropophagus, Horrible (Absurd). We also respond to Zombie’s Don’t Podcasts Adam Green episode and Vincent rants about Troma, Astron-6 and Father’s day!
On this weeks episode we take a look at Wally Koz’s shot on video slasher 555 from 1988, Griff Frust’s 2010 slasher Mask Maker (Maskerade), Rob Zombie’s Halloween II from 2009 and Maurice Devereaux’s 2001 Slashers ($la$her$). In honor of Memorial Day, we deliver Last Rites to Christopher Alender’s 1999 quasi-slasher Memorial Day. I guess this is an entire slasher episode…that wasn’t planned. We read a few of your emails and tweets and we play some music from Black Flag, Bleeding Through and Vincent’s friends from Cleveland, Oh Vent.
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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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On this weeks episode we record in 85 degree heat and nearly pass out! We are reviewing Darren Lynn Bousman’s 11-11-11, Justin Russell’s 80′s throwback slasher The Sleeper, Pat Tremplay’s Hellacious Acres: The Case of John Glass from Bloody Disgusting Selects and the new six installment anthology The Theater Bizarre directed by; Tom Savini, Douglas Buck, Buddy Giovinazzo, David Gregory, Karim Jussain, Richard Stanley and the fragmented segments directed by Jeremy Kasten! We deliver Last Rites to one of our very favorite John Carpenter films In The Mouth of Madness! We also give the results to the poll question I asked on Twitter this past week, “What are your five favorite John Carpenter directed films in order?”
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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!
On this weeks Exorcast we review Stacy Davidson’s slasher film Sweatshop, Carlo Ledesma’s mockumentary The Tunnel, episodes 1-3 of Adam Green and Joe Lynch’s new sitcom from FearNET Holliston and we take a road trip to the theater to see Drew Goddard’s Cabin In The Woods that is destined for cult status. We deliver Last Rites to Robert Scott’s cult classic VHS masterpiece from 1987 The Video Dead. We also, announce that we are now apart of the Horror Podcasting Alliance and I rant about an online company that dicked me over. Vincent also rants over some listener emails.
On this week’s special Friday the 13th episode we take a look at one of our very favorite installment’s in the legendary franchise, Danny Steinmann’s Friday the 13th Part V: A New Beginning! We also delve into the New Line years with Adam Marcus’ Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday, James Isaac’s Jason X and lastly the monstrosity that is Ronny Yu’s Freddy vs. Jason! We didn’t feel right giving any of the films in this series their Last Rites so we instead chose Anders Palm’s 1988 F13 spoof Hand of Death Part 25: Jackson’s Back! Also in this episode Vincent sings us a serenade for each of the Friday films and for the first time tells the world the Hatchet Props Story in it’s entirety!
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Zombies Don’t Podcast (www.zombiesdontrun.net) @chuckconry (twitter)
Shannon at Cannibal Kitchen’s new cook book @cannibalkitchen (twitter)
On this weeks episode we give you a recap of our fun filled weekend at Cinema Wasteland in Cleveland, Ohio and we take a look at three of the films we picked up there. First up is Ryan Nicholson’s rape/revenge exploitation short film Torched, then Tsurisaki Kiyotaka’s documentary Orozco the Embalmer and Bill Zebub’s Antfarm Dickhole. Yes, that’s actually the title. We also deliver Last Rites to David Schmoeller’s cult classic Tourist Trap! This week we have a special interview with an inebriated Ken the creator and host of Cinema Wasteland.
**Bare with us durring the interview because the sound quality isn’t the greatest. We had to rig up our cell phone with a mic because we had to do phone to phone rather than skype.**
On this week’s episode we travel to the depths of hell to preform exorcisms on some evil, vile satanic films; Michael Armstong’s Mark of the Devil, Ovidio G. Assonitis and Robert Barrett’s Beyond the Door, Mariano Baino’s Dark Waters and a Michele Soavi double feature with The Sect and The Church. Also, we deliver Last Rites to Mario Bianchi’s Satan’s Baby Doll (La bimba di Satana).
***Side note Vincent mentions Rutger Hower charging an arm and a leg for a autograph and photo at this past weekends Horror Hound convention and he was in fact told wrong. It was another convention in another state all together. ***
On this weeks episode Vincent and I discuss the first Israeli horror film by Navot Papushado and Aharon Keshales titled Rabies, Nico Mastorakis’ Island of Death, Adrian Garcia Bogliano’s Cold Sweat and Lars Von Trier’s Melancholia. We also deliver Last Rites to Luigi Cozzi’s Paganini Horror. Remember if you have any questions for us you can email us at Exorcast@gmail.com
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On this week’s episode Vincent and I are reviewing Joseph Ellison’s Video Nasty Don’t Go In The House, Ho-Cheung Pang’s Dream Home, Chris Kentis and Laura Lau’s new film The Silent House and Jake West’s Doghouse. We will also be giving Last Rites to Umberto Lenzi’s less popular Ghosthouse.
On this weeks episode we discuss Tom Six’s The Human Centipede II: The Full Sequence, The Dead by The Ford Brothers, Joe Dante’s The Hole and we take a look at Shameless Entertainment’s new Cannibal Holocaust blu-ray. We also deliver Last Rite’s to Jean Rollin’s cult film The Grapes of Death. Vincent also tells you about some awesome things you can buy.
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In the first episode of Exorcast, Vincent and I review Ti West’s new film THE INNKEEPERS, James Watkins’ THE WOMAN IN BLACK, Ben Wheatley’s KILL LIST and Dick Maas’ Dutch killer Santa Claus flick SINT (SAINT NICK). We also deliver the Last Rites to a forgotten Wes Cravin film and ramble about every thing else we can think of. If you have any questions for us be sure and email us at email@example.com
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