Episode 76

Episode 76

We are back after another week long absence…hopefully that wont happen again for a while.  This week we have reviews for James Wan’s Insidious: Chapter 2, Michael Todd Schneider’s His Devil’s Night, Richard Raaphorst’s Frankenstein’s Army and we take a look at Synapse’s new blu-ray release of Tom Jeffrey’s 1979 Vietnam War film The Odd Angry Shot! We also give a run down of our first convention as guests, Shock-A-Con.


We also have some left over Exorcast posters that are limited to 50 prints. They are for sale for $10 over at our web store exorcast.bigcartel.com All the money we make will go back into the show for webspace, awesome new stickers and tee shirts in the near future! Also, a new mic!

Poster Pic

Limited Ed Poster Now On Sale!

Poster PicOur poster designed by Terry IFERN Owens (ifernsaves.com) is now available and is limited to 50 copies. We are very excited about this poster and to be able to work with Terry! The poster will be $16 shipped in a tube. You can go directly to our online store at exorcast.bigcartel.com.


Episode 75

Episode 75

This week we are back and better than ever…well not really but we are back! We have reviews for James Wan’s Dead Silence, George Smith’s Zombie Exs sent to us by Alternative Cinema and Terence Fisher’s Hammer classic Dracula: Prince of Darkness send to us from Millennium Entertainment (@TheHorrorChick). We also deliver last rites to Adam Simon’s 1990 Brain Dead starring Bill Pullman & Bill Paxton!

Episode 74

episode 74

This week on the show we are recording late but thats okay because it’s the norm now and it’s also a holiday weekend. We have reviews for Adam Wingard’s You’re Next, Ryuchei Kitamura’s WWE Picture No One Lives and our new friends over at Artsploitation Films sent us their upcoming film Hidden In The Woods directed by Patricio Valladares! We also give last rites to Ted V. Mikels’ 1966 The Black Klansman (I Crossed The Color Line)!  We announce some great LPV news and call out some bullshit bootleggers.


Hidden In The Woods will be available on DVD and VOD on September 17th. You can get it from ArtsploitationFIlms.com and also at diabolikdvd.com