This week I am joint by The Newsfinder General and the come back from the one, the only, the pumpkin faced cocksucker himself…Vincent Renfield. We are also joined by Dr. Jimmy Terror a.k.a. James Harris from – http://www.docterror.com – to help kick off Italian Horror Week III on his site by reviewing some Italian horror films! We decided to go for some of the less talked about films, so first up is Mario Bava’s Shock (Beyond The Door II), Francesco’s Barilli’s The Perfume of the Lady in Black and the newly released (but not in the USA) Tulpa (Perdizioni mortali) directed by Federico Zampaglione! We also take a look at the newest released from One Way Static Records with Roberto Donati’s score for Umberto Lenzi’s Cannibal Ferox (Make Them Die Slowly).
This week on the show we review Adam Gierasch’s newest film Fractured (Schism)starring Callum Blue, Vinnie Jones and Ashlynn Yennie. Be sure you check out our last episode with our killer interview with Adam! We also take a look at two of Severin’s newer releases the 3 disc blu-ray release of Jess (Jesus) Franco’s The Hot Nights of Linda starring his muse Lina Romay and their blu-ray release of Paul Harrison’s The House of Seven Corpses! I briefly touch on Joe Lynch’s “chopped to pieces” release of Knights of Badassdom starring Ryan Kwanton, Steve Zahn and Peter Dinklage while Vincent talks about J.T. Petty’s Hellbender 3D in 2D because we are too poor for that 3D shit. We also talk a little about One Way Static Records release of The Hills Have Eyes soundtrack which you can get directly from them in the UK or from Light In The Attic Records here in the states!
We also have a fun little contest to give away a DVD, CD Soundtrack and Te shirt for a movie. Listen to find out what it is and how to win it! Good luck with that… in true Vincent contest fashion of course.