Episode 3: Scream, Queen! My Nightmare On Elm Street!

On this weeks show we take a look at the upcoming Severin Films Mid Year Sale. We mention their new titles and some of what we are planning on picking up. We also take a look at the Mark Patton – Nightmare On Elm Street 2: Freddys Revenge documentary; Scream, Queen! My Nightmare On ElmContinue reading “Episode 3: Scream, Queen! My Nightmare On Elm Street!”

Episode 2: Blood Quantum!

On our second episode we are taking a look at the Shudder original Blood Quantum directed by Jeff Barnaby! One of the most original zombie movies we have seen in some time. We also talk about the upcoming Severin Mid Year Sale and last months VinSyn sale! Chuck’s site: http://www.zombiesdontrun.net movies mentioned on this episode:Continue reading “Episode 2: Blood Quantum!”

Episode 1: We’re Back!

  After 4 years, we are back and recording again! In our first episode back (and now on YT) we are pretty much just shooting the shit, talking about what we have been up too and a little of whats going on in the horror world. Going forward episodes will be much shorter, but inContinue reading “Episode 1: We’re Back!”

Episode 125

Episode 125 This week on Exorcast we take a look at Artsploitation Film’s first blu-ray release of Der Samurai, Wild Eye Releasing’s new indie slasher that isn’t Morbid, Blood Slaughter Massacre. We also dive into a two Arrow Video (US) releases of Massacre Gun and the amazing release of Brian Yuzna’s Society and talk aboutContinue reading “Episode 125”

Episode 78

Episode 78 This week we have a special guest on the show, Jeff Konopka of The Liberal Dead & The Dead Air podcast. You can find him online at The Liberal Dead and on twitter @Jeff_FOTD. So the three of us take a look at David Guy Levy’s Would You Rather starring Jeffery Combs thatContinue reading “Episode 78”

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 filmContinue reading “Episode 76”