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 are back to our normal routine. We review The Pact directed by Nicholas McCarthy, Darren Lynn Bousman’s The Barrens and Giulio De Santi’s Taeter City! All three are from 2012, I think that may be a first for this show! For Last Rites we take a look at Massacre Video’s VHS release of Donald Farmer’s 1986 Demon Queen!
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!