This week on Exorcast we are going to play a little game, because we have a complete SAW retrospective for you! There are also spoilers riddled through out this show and we do give warning before we start the retrospective. We also announce the winners of our first ever Halloween contest!
This week we have fired the Newsfinder…not really, he just couldn’t be here with us. He will be back next week for our Halloween episode for sure. So this week Chuck and I take a look at the newest release from Mondo Macabro, The Devil’s Business. We also have go over the Video Nasties: The Definitive Guide documentary from Severin films. This monster of a doc is 13 hours and 58 mins long and worth every penny you pay for it.We don’t go over all 72 Video Nasties but we do touch on a few. We have a major update to our contest winnings and announce that next week for Halloween we will be doing a Saw retrospective. I may have mentioned that on a prior show. Oh well. Enjoy.
This week on Exorcast we pull a Dead Air and talk for what seems like forever, but we also have some great reviews to go along with it! First up we take a look at Wild Eye Releasing’s co-release with PollyGrind, Play Hooky! Up next we have Cult Epic’s blu-ray release of Jorg Buttgereit’s cult favorite Nekromantik and last but definitely not least we take a look at Blue Underground’s newest spaghetti western Companeros’ directed by Sergio Corbucci and starring Franco Nero! We also announce a killer contest for Halloween!
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 we are taking a look at Full Moon’s blu-ray releases of Ted Nicolaou’s 1991 Subspecies, 1993’s Bloodstone: Subspecies II and 1994’s Bloodlust: Subspecies III. We also talk a little about the fourth and why it isn’t on BD (spoiler: we don’t know) and about how bad the so called 5th film Vampire Journals is and how it really has nothing to do with the series. We also bitch a bit about Turner Classic Movies Ghostbusters and Halloween set fiasco’s, Scream Factory’s newly announced titles and whether or not it’s too little too late for Arrow Video to open a US Distro.
Side note: We recorded late and I had been awake for about 20 hours so I forgot to read our emails and play the Dead Air bumper. I apologize and will get them back next week. Promise. Or just blame Chuck,
This week Chuck and I take a look at two films from Wild Eye; President Wolfman which is entirely made up of free domain footage and My Name Is A by Anonymous. We also take a look at Brian Williams’ new indie Time to Kill starring Ellie Church! No Newsfinder this week but he will be back! He isn’t pulling a Vincent, I swear.
This week it’s a short one, but a good one… maybe. The guys and I tackle Blue Underground’s upcoming Blu-ray release of Michele Soavi’s STAGEFRIGHT available on 9/23/14 and Bryon Blakey’s new indie PMS Cop from Fullmoon Feature’s and their newly vamped Wizard label. Somehow we also have a discussion about fast food. I am not sure how or why this happened.