Episode 122

Episode 122

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! 

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Episode 79

Episode 79

This week we are a bit late due to the pumpkin-faced rockstar… Anyway this week we have some great and not so great films for you! We review Nicholas Lopez’s Eli Roth starter Aftershock, Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead’s The Resolution and take a look back on John Carpenter’s Prince of Darkness! It’s a short show this week and Vincent gives you an in detailed reason of why he wasn’t able to record the show on time.

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 70

Episode 70

 

This week we are finally here to give you a new show! Five days late and it’s still better than ZDP! This week due to our schedules we don’t have a last rites, but we do include a fourth film to review. This week we are taking a look at Synapse Films new blu-ray release of J. Michael Muro’s Street Trash, Larry Stewart’s The Initiation, Ben Wheatley’s A Field In England and Charles Webb’s The G-String Horror…yes, it’s as bad as the name. We will be back this weekend at our normal time with a special treat for all you fuckers. Stay tuned!

Also, take a look at this great picture GojoMonster made for us! haha!

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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 65

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So this week we are two days late and apologize. I know a few of you are upset and people like Deadrat contemplate suicide when we have to push things back. Anyway, we are here and this week we are reviewing Tokyo Psycho directed by Ataru Oikawa and sent to us by Synapse., we also prove we are still lovers of Hatchet by reviewing BJ MCDonnell’s Hatchet III. We wondered if V/H/S 2 was going to be a giant turd like the first check out our review to find out. For last rites we delve into a 1997 shot on video flick by Jerry O’Sullivan called Gut-Pile! We also give some insight on the hangups of LPV and what you can expect to happen in the future!