Phil Allen watches a 1970’s eco-horror film. The latest edition in our saga features 1977’s “Snowbeast” about a Big Foot on the loose.
Phil Allen is suckered into 1977’s eco-horror film “Tentacles”.
Phil Allen is joined by the great Terrelle Brown to discuss ALL the Halloween movies.
Phil Allen bites into another 1970's eco-horror film. On the menu this time, we have 1976's "Grizzly" and a delightful behind the scenes extra!
Phil Allen is introduced to one of the most bizarre films in recent history "Fateful Findings" by returning guest Jamie. There are highlights from the film itself with the guys reactions to the chaos on screen. They discuss shortcomings of the star Neil Breen and Phil shares his final collected thoughts about "Fateful Findings".
Phil Allen dips into the movie vault and watches 1977’s eco-horror film “Kingdom of the Spiders”. This little film stars William Shatner.
Phil Allen is joined by returning guest Matt to discuss John Carpenter’s 1982 “THE THING”, as well as the “THE THING” prequel from 2011. Derek Badichek and Terrelle Brown chime in with audio segments for a podcast chalk full of everything “THE THING”.
Phil Allen continues his journey through low budget 1970s eco-horror movies. This time around, he watches "Squirm".
Phil Allen welcomes back returning guest Marc to discuss "The Disaster Artist" film. Based on Greg Sestero's non-fiction book, the movies shows behind the scenes events and we learn more about the alien humanoid known as Tommy Wiseau.
A true classic podcast never goes out of style... So says the killer doll “Chucky” from the Child’s Play series. Terrelle Brown is brought in with Phil Allen to discuss the Child’s Play franchise for all of its success and failures. Is the series a classic? Tune in and find out!
Phil Allen brings in the big guns with guest Terrelle Brown to discuss the movie franchise "Friday the 13th." All twelve movies are explored including our favorite moments and the parts that make us shake our heads. We rank them best to worst and mention our favorite kills. Listen if you dare!
Phil Allen is joined by first time guest Matt to discuss and watch the lovable cult classic comedy film U.H.F. People know "Weird Al" for his musical parodies, but many have forgotten his cinematic 1989 masterpiece. Join us and relive the brilliance of this movie!
Phil Allen watches the 1972 eco-horror film "FROGS" from beginning to end.
Phil Allen reluctantly reviews four of Pauly Shore's most popular movies during the 1990s. Pauly Shore was a bit of an odd ball success with his off the wall antics and curious speech. Tune in and hear Phil progressively become defeated by the films.
Phil Allen reviews the 2014 horror film "It Follows" and explains why this film has a lasting impact and disturbs him. Step by step the plot and themes of the movie are explored in detail.
Phil Allen is unexpectedly joined by robot S.M.A.S.H. to review the 1994 gothic adventure fantasy film "The Crow." Brandon Lee's death, the soundtrack, and plot points are covered throughout the show as S.M.A.S.H. pretends to be Eric Draven. Buildings burn, people die, but real podcasts are forever.
Phil Allen is joined by returning guest Marc to review the truly strange 1988 film "Killer Klowns From Outer Space". The guys discuss their favorite characters, the stupid script, the pointless scenes, and the just overall mess that is this movie.
Phil Allen is joined by first time guest movie buff James. They discuss his website www.fillthepart.com that gives you the choice to pick any actor that should have starred in your favorite films. Many cinema topics are hit on before Phil surprises James with a Movie Playoff Bracket Tournament.
Phil Allen is joined by Marc for a review of the 2012 absurd film "The Cabin in the Woods". The guys attempt to discuss this intriguing horror flick, but are constantly distracted by TV themes, Will Smith, and many other things. Proceed at your own caution.
Phil Allen is joined by acclaimed cinema critic Richard Rogers and BYOB Karen. They review the SyFy favorite "Sharknado" and a debate quickly erupts as to whether this film is the golden standard of our era or pure trash. Did they bite off more than they can chew?