This week we watched 55 (!!!) outstanding trailers from Severin Films with their new release of Grindhouse Trailer Classics on DVD. We also go to town on the first batch of Arrow Video releases for the U.S. which include Mark of the Devil, Blind Woman’s Curse and Day of Danger!
This week we are back to pick on Chuck some more, no we don’t give his personal email out again, but if you want you can go back to last weeks show and get it. This week Chuck rants about something, I don’t recall what and Newsfinder goes off on one of the films. The films this week are Wild Eye’s newest DVD for Bill Oberst Jr’s Coyote, Blue Undergrounds blu-ray of Going Under and The Period from SRS Cinema.
Next week Rob Hauschild of Wild Eye Releasing’s will be on the show with us, so if you have any questions (pertaining to Morbid or not) please email them to Exorcast@gmail.com, hit us up on twitter or facebook!
This week I am joint by The Newsfinder General and the come back from the one, the only, the pumpkin faced cocksucker himself…Vincent Renfield. We are also joined by Dr. Jimmy Terror a.k.a. James Harris from – http://www.docterror.com – to help kick off Italian Horror Week III on his site by reviewing some Italian horror films! We decided to go for some of the less talked about films, so first up is Mario Bava’s Shock (Beyond The Door II), Francesco’s Barilli’s The Perfume of the Lady in Black and the newly released (but not in the USA) Tulpa (Perdizioni mortali) directed by Federico Zampaglione! We also take a look at the newest released from One Way Static Records with Roberto Donati’s score for Umberto Lenzi’s Cannibal Ferox (Make Them Die Slowly).
This week we have reviews for Synapse Films South Of Heaven directed by Jonathan Vara and the Australian revenge film The Horseman directed by Steven Kastrissios. We also have a special treat from Blue Underground, we have the blu-ray release of the controversial Snuff! It’s a shot show this week but next week shouldn’t disappoint.
So for this weekend we have given you what you all have been wanting, V bitching about Freddy vs. Jason for two hours! Now you can watch a long with us and listen to him make “his” points about this film. He let’s you know how Destiny’s Child is in this film kicking Freddy’s ass and that Jason looks like Boris Karloff in Frankenstein. Anyway, this was a fun episode to record and it one thousand times better than the Creepshow 3 commentary. Enjoy!
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!
This week on Exorcast we review JJ Connelly’s The Gothkill from Wild Eye Releasing and we deliver Last Rites to 1984’s The Dungeonmaster directed by David Allen, Charles Band, John Carl Buechler, Steven Ford, Peter Manoogian, Ted Nicolaou and Rosemarie Turko! We have an awesome interview with Ancient Shores and they announce the winners to the Holy Moly I Just Won an Ancient Shores Vinyl contest! If you are one of our lucky winners please email us your address so we can get it to the band and they can mail you your shit!