Episode 14

episiode 14

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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Episode 13

Episode 13

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.

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Episode 12

Episode 12

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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Episode 11

Episode 11

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?”

We also have a new contest, you can win a copy of Hellacious Acres on DVD by emailing us at exorcast@gmail.com and tell us what was the worst film you picked up and watched the entire thing. The best and most entertaining response will read on 18th, so get your emails in!

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Zombies Don’t Podcast

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The Liberal Dead Podcast

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