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…
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!
We do apologize that we had some mic problems with the first segment of the episode, but oddly enough it worked itself out as we went on. So just bare with us at first. Thanks.
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 week’s episode of Exorcast we are talking about Paul Lynch’s hidden gem of a slasher film Humongous that has finally been unearthed thanks for Scorpion, The Thing 2011 is it a remake or a prequel? Find out here. It is also a smut filled podcast with Malcolm McDowell’s role as Caligula and we take a look at Antonio Banderas’ newest film The Skin I Live In. We also deliver Last Rite’s to an Andreas Bethmann double feature of Angel of Death: Fuck or Die & Angel of Death 2: Women Behind Bars 4 – Escape From Prison.
We are going to make this a weekly podcast rather than every other, so I hope you all are as excited about it as we are!
Music played in this episode is Frightmare “Island of the Humongous” off their album Bringing Back the Bloodshed and Deadbeat At Dawn by the Renfields off their Stalk & Slash Splatterama 2: Exploitation Extravaganza Ep.
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