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!

Interview w/ Josh Schafer of Lunchmeat Magazine

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This was a spur of the moment interview with our pal Josh Schafer from Lunchmeat Magazine. You can find him and all of his VHS Happiness at www.lunchmeatvhs.com Don’t worry we will be back here Saturday with our normal show. Until then, The Power Of Cast Compels You!

Episode 35

Episode 35

This week we exorcise The Vicious Brother’s found footage flick Grave Encounters, Darren Lynn Bousman’s The Devil’s Carnival and Ryan Nicholson’s newest slasher Famine! This week for Last Rites we hook up the VCR and check out Donald G. Jacobson’s 1986 Roller Blade! Yes, the film pre-dates actual rollerblades.

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Episode 19

Episode 19

We’re back! After a week long absence we are back to bring you another gimmick filled episode and Vincent has no idea what episode we are on! We may be a few days late but this week was the Fourth of July so because of that holiday we decided it was only right to do a few holiday themed and America themed films. We have William Lustig’s Uncle Sam, Bobcat Goldthwait’s new black-comedy God Bless America, David Arquette’s slasher The Tripper and then venturing off the gimmick we take a look at Ryan Nicholson’s The Bleeding Lady. We deliver Last Rites to a forgotten VHS title called Lunchmeat directed by Kirk Alex. Vincent gives us a look back at Fright Night Film Fest and asks me a few questions about my visit to Hawaii, then tells me that exorcast is more important. Stay tuned for next week because it will once again be another show released on Friday the 13th! Maybe we will do some more Friday films, who knows….maybe we will do Friday starring Ice Cube and Chris Tucker!? Anyway, the power of Cast Compels You and all that stuff…

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