Episode 43 Podcast starts off with the review of a BluRay flick which was just released yesterday in stores everywhere, Uncle Sam, a 1997 film. This movie has a plethora of stars with David Fralick playing Sam Harper, a hard-nosed military man who turns into a ghoul. After an unfortunate incident of taking friendly fire, a gun-downed helicopter holds the dead body of a passenger which comes back to life and takes revenge on unpatriotic citizens.
The second movie reviewed is Terror Inside which stars Corey Feldman and his wife, Susie. A man traveling weekly to see his girlfriend across state needs to find the cure for this unforeseen virus which turns its victims into self-mutilating beings that can’t control themselves.
Episode 42 Podcast begins with the review of a new BluRay release, City Of The Living Dead, written and directed by Lucio Fulci. This movie is commonly known by a few other titles such as The Gates Of Hell and Twilight Of The Dead. A priest hangs himself which allows the dead to rise from their graves, and it is up to a psychic and reporter to stop the madness before All Saint’s Day.
The second movie analyzed is Someone’s Knocking At The Door that stars Noah Segan. Several drug addicted medical students stumble upon an unknown vial and inject themselves which causes hallucinations and a meeting with two brutal serial killers from the past.
Episode 41 Podcast entails the HorrorGuy and HorrorGal reviewing three obscure slasher movies from the early 1980′s. This is our once a month themed episode that was recorded live on TalkShoe.
The first film discussed is Just Before Dawn starring George Kennedy. Next we dive into X-Ray also known as Hospital Massacre starring former love interest of Hugh Hefner in the 70′s, Barbi Benton. Lastly we rate The Mutilator that deals with a crazed father seeking revenge on his son and his friends. The savvy duo gives their opinions on which of these forgotten favorites you should purchase.
Episode 40 Podcast begins with the discussion and rating of Splice which is currently playing at theaters everywhere. This Sci-Fi, Horror flick was written and directed by Vicenzo Natali who is known for his 1997 film Cube. Starring in Splice is Adrien Brody and Sarah Polley, whereas they play scientists mixing animals genes together to come up with cures of deadly diseases, but when the funding ceases they take it upon themselves to mix human DNA with various animals and what they produce is a human hybrid.
The second movie analyzed is the recently released DVD of Mutant Vampire Zombies From The Hood which stars C. Thomas Howell. Two gangs battling over territory are faced with flesh-eating zombies and blood-sucking vampires mixture when a solar flare infects the planet with radiation.
Episode 39 Podcast has a special guest host, one of our fans and commenters, Mr. John Sealander, who has his own advertising and marketing company located at www.sealander.com. Also check out his daily blog where he posts regularly at www.john-sealander.blogspot.com.
This podcast features reviews for 2 new Blu-Ray releases that are part of a package deal called “Horror Double Feature” which was just released on June 1st. The package price is currently on special for $21.99 at Movies Unlimited and you can click here to purchase it immediately.
The first horror flick analyzed is Dr. Giggles which is soon to be a classic if it’s not already considered one. Larry Drake puts on a doctor’s uniform and becomes the laughing, maniacal loon who kills people with instruments in order to collect hearts.
The second movie rated and reviewed is Otis. This movie features such stars as Kevin Pollak, Ashley Johnson, Daniel Stern and introducing Bostin Christopher who plays a serial killer who abducts young teenagers and holds them captive, all the while, making them portray his boyfriend and if they don’t play nice they get cut up into little pieces.