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!
On this weeks show we review Todd Morris’ 90’s rape/revenge/exploitation film A Gun for Jennifer, Eduardo Sanchez’s newest film The Lovely Molly, Adrian and Ramiro Garcia Bogalino’s Penumbra and finally Sean Byrne’s brilliant Aussie horror film The Loved Ones has been released in the US! This week we deliver Last Rites to David Schomoeller’s Crawlspace starring Klaus Kinski from 1986!
On this weeks Exorcast we are back on the right day, the right time with no technical problems! This week we are reviewing James Balsamo’s I Spill Your Guts sent to us from our friends at MVD Films, Billy ‘Bloody Bill’ Pon’s short film Doll Boy that Vincent has been talking about for years…literally. We are also exercising French duo Christophe Robin and Francois Gailland’s 1970’s Italian giallo revival Last Caress (Glam Gore) and Josh Becker’s 1985 cult favorite Thou Shalt Not Kill…Except (Stryker’s War). This week we deliver Last Rights to the loved and also hated by many slasher film Mad Man from 1982 directed by Joe Giannone. We also announce our winners of The Bunny Game contest and Vincent apparently had a contest of his own on the Facebook page and we announce that winner as well.
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On this weeks show we are reviewing Evan Makrogiannis and Brain Weaver’s The Turnpike Killer, Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury’s Livid and because of a listener email we review Joseph Zito’s The Prowler and Tony Maylam’s The Burning. We also deliver Last Rite’s to Tobe Hooper’s The Funhouse! We debate the greatest ever slasher film and Vincent get’s bitter that I am going on my honeymoon. This will be our last show until the first week of July so don’t get too depressed we will be back with a few films that really get you excited to be an American! Until then, the power of cast compels you!