This week we have a jam packed show for you. We start off with Vincent Dawn a.k.a. Bruno Mattei’s Mondo Cannibal from Intervision/Severin Films, we then dive into Blue Undergrounds newest blu-ray release of Larry Cohen’s God Told Me To! We get a bit side tracked as per usual, but we jump into one of the goriest love stories ever made, Jorg Buttrereit’s Nekromantik 2 (The Return of the Loving Dead) on blu-ray from Cult Epics and since it’s been looking like Christmas outside every where with all this damn snow everyone has been getting I decided why don’t we just take a peak at the blu-ray release of Christmas Evil (You Better Watch Out) from our pals at Vinegar Syndrome! It’s a fun episode and Chuck pushes me to the boiling point, I hope you all enjoy it.
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 we take a look at Sage Stallone’s short film Vic from Grindhouse Releasing and Herb Freed’s 1981 slasher Graduation Day on blu-ray from Vinegar Syndrome! We also talk a bit about The ABC’s of Death Part 2. We don’t get into detail about every one…or maybe we do I don’t remember. The boys also went on a Troma tangent and well, I was bored with it.
This week was recorded in the past of the future, but in the present…no…now we are in the present…fuck I don’t know. This week I am once again joined by that pumpkin faced cocksucker Vincent Renfield and The Newsfinder General! We take a look at the new release of Donald Farmer’s Invasion of the Scream Queens sent to us by Wild Eye Releasing! That’s it. That’s the entire show. Oh, we also have a really great interview with Eric Stanze (Ratline, Scrapbook) about his upcoming film Stoplight, indie filmmaking and how its changed over the years and some of his older films!
Holy Crap! We are back!
We are very happy to be returning. This episode is a little different in that we recorded at V’s due to my hard drive crashing. So I didn’t really get a chance to edit anything so I do hope it sounds alright. This week we interview director/writer/actor Adam Gierasch (Toolbox Murders, Night of the Demons, Fractured). We had a blast with Adam so we hope you enjoy it. His phone service seemed to cut in and out so at times you may miss a word or two of his, but the bulk of it is there! We were on a deadline with this one so the interview comes first then our normal comes after it. So enjoy and come back next week to hear more from the tip of the fucking sword!
We are back and it’s a new year here at Exorcast! We are excited to finally bring you our Best Of 2013 episode! We go over our top ten genre films, our bottom five films, favorite albums and other random best of categories. We read a few of of listeners best of lists and a handful of emails!
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.