Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Midnight Confessions Podcast: Episode 36 [Everybody's Got A Price]

Join Rev. Phantom, Fred The Wolf and Moronic Mark as they review 3 classic Vincent Price films; Cry of the Banshee (1971), Witchfinder General (1968) and The Last Man On Earth (1964).

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Tales From The Grindhouse: Bloody Moon (1981)

This week Rev. Phantom Jess Franco's splatter masterpiece: BLOODY MOON.

If you haven't already, please check out the Midnight Confessions Podcast that I do weekly with my co-hosts Fred the Wolf and Moronic Mark. It's available on iTunes and Podomatic

iTunes:

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/midnight-confessions-podcast/id799899885?mt=2

Podomatic:

http://reverendphantom.podomatic.com

Sunday, October 12, 2014

Tales From The Grindhouse: Conquest (1983)

This week I review Lucio Fulci's sword and sorcery epic(?), CONQUEST.

If you haven't already, please check out the Midnight Confessions Podcast that I do weekly with my co-hosts Fred the Wolf and Moronic Mark. It's available on iTunes and Podomatic

iTunes:

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/midnight-confessions-podcast/id799899885?mt=2

Podomatic:

http://reverendphantom.podomatic.com

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Midnight Confessions Podcast: Episode 35 [Something funny-ish this way comes]

Join Rev. Phantom, Fred the Wolf and Moronic Mark as they review two horror comedies: RETURN OF SWAMP THING (1989) and TRANSYLVANNIA 6-5000 (1985). Smell it...it's good.

Saturday, October 4, 2014

Tales From The Grindhouse: The Driller Killer (1979)

I'm back on YouTube! Yes, it's been a long, long time since I did a video review on YouTube and for good reason. When YouTube came down hard on copyright issues and such, it just wasn't fun anymore. In case you have never seen one of my videos before: I provide clips from the films, some times I'll throw in a funny sketch or something, but they're not videos of just me staring at my camera talking about a movie. That's just not my style. Ultimately I want to entertain people with my reviews and not pontificate for 30 minutes (sometimes longer--learn how to edit, people) about some random movie where all you see is my ugly mug and the wall behind me. I'm not hating on those people--if that's what works for you then go on with yo' bad self. I on the other hand put a lot of work and time into my reviews (writing, editing) and when YouTube starting restricting what I could do, I was't havin' it.

Recently my friend, and fellow video reviewer Moronic Mark came back after a hiatus on YouTube and has started doing reviews again and he got me inspired to get back in the video reviewing game. I've since purchased some editing software that makes videos easier to make and starting next episode: no copy written music. So hopefully things will be a tad different this time around and YouTube will get off my dick. Midnight Confessions is now officially a podcast, so I've started anew with a show I'm calling, Tales From The Grindhouse. My 'pilot' episode for the series is THE DRILLER KILLER (1979). I will be reviewing mainly movies that were made from 1968 - 1985 and all of sorts of genres (not just horror).

I'm still working out the kinks. The intro will be updated next episode, the one I'm using now is several years old as I planned on starting this series about three years ago. Plus it has copy written music, but I've already recorded a new original theme for future episodes. Here's hoping it doesn't start to suck.