Episode 67 Podcast starts off with an overview of a new BluRay release titled Altitude. The hosts break it down thoroughly and really give credit to the gorgeous Jessica Lowndes who stars in this as a rookie pilot. Five people take a short flight to a concert but when their plane malfunctions and they head into a wicked storm strange creatures surface.
The second movie reviewed is an independent horror film called Don’t Look In The Cellar that was written and directed by Dennis Devine. Some college students need to get their grades up so they attempt to get extra credit by investigating a legend that involves a mental hospital and the crazed inmates that supposedly kill on a whim.
Episode 58 Podcast begins with a review of the highly anticipated Robert Rodriguez action-horror theatrical release of Machete, played by Danny Trejo. This movie has an allstar cast including Jessica Alba, Robert De Niro, Jeff Fahey, Steven Seagal and many others. A Mexican drug cartel and Texas senator team up together in the hopes of installing an electrified fence across the border in order to raise the profits of the drug trade, but one man and an underground network fights to stop the powerful conglomerates.
The second movie reviewed is an independent bizarre horror flick called Necromentia which was just released on DVD yesterday. Several stories inter-twine in this hellish tale where downright freaky demons are in search of troubled souls.
Episode 51 Podcast is our monthly themed episode that was recorded live on TalkShoe. This was a much anticipated show for the HorrorGal as she just loves ghost and haunting movies, but you might be surprised on how she rated them.
The 3 creepy films discussed are The Innocents starring Deborah Kerr. This movie is actually a lot of peoples favorite ghost movie of all-time. Next is Let’s Scare Jessica To Death, a haunting tale about a mental woman who is not sure if she is going crazy again. We round it off with Don’t Go To Sleep, a 1982 made for TV film starring Dennis Weaver, Valerie Harper and Ruth Gordon.