Episode 69

Episode 69

This week on Exorcast we take a look at Richard Griffin’s Exhumed set to us from MVD & Rob at Wild Eye Releasing’s, Henrique Couto’s Babysitter Massacre sent to us from Alternative Cinema. Also, V and I head to the theater to check out James Wan’s newest film that’s being called the “scariest film of all time,” The Conjuring. This week we give last rites to Nicholas Roeg’s 1973 film Don’t Look Now. We hear back from Crypticpsych our Newsfinder General and read emails from you guys!

Episode 68

Episode 68

 

This week we are back and better than ever! Big things happening on this show with the introduction to the News Finder General! We also review Chris Alexander’s Blood For Irina sent to us by Autonomy Pictures, Michael Kosakowski’s Zero Killed which was sent to us by Cult Epics and James Glickenhaus’ The Exterminator on blu-ray from Synapse! This week’s Last Rites is Peter Duffell’s 1971 anthology The House That Dripped Blood! Also, the song at the end of the show is by none other than David Lynch! The song is Star Dream Girl off his new album The Big Dream that was released this past Tuesday!

Episode 67

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Episode 67

 

WARNING! Before listening to this episode please understand that we attempted to do a commentary to Creepshow III. It was a total failure, not as large of a failure as the film itself is, but it’s bad. Seriously, there are lots of loud sighs, me saying this sucks, me telling V I hate him for making me watch it and long periods or silence. So with that said, just skip this episode. We will not hold it against you, nor will we think any less of you. You have been warned. Enjoy…if you can the terribleness that is Creepshop III.

Episode 66

Episode 66

 

We are back! We are rusty! We are unprofessional! Very happy to finally be back with another episode for you guys! We are sorry it took so long, hopefully you all checked out our interview on the Movies Hate You show. This week we are Adrian Garcia Bogliano’s rape revenge flick I’ll Never Die Alone, Jermey Power Regimbal’s home invasion tale In Their Skin and Robert Heath’s Truth Or Die! We are also giving Last Rites to Richard Stanley’s post-apocalyptic classic Hardware a.k.a. M.A.R.K. 13! We also have a back log of emails to get through so we hope you enjoy it and we will be back next week business as usual.