This week starts PROJECT 1981 where we'll be looking at horror films released in 1981. We start with two Lucio Fulci classics: The Black Cat (1981) and House by the Cemetery (1981). Plus Rev. Phantom talks about his picks for the Top 10 Fulci movies. Remember to bring some candy for Bob.
This week the MC Crew honor the legendary wrestler/actor 'Rowdy' Roddy Piper. We talk about our favorite moments of Piper's career as well as review two of his best films, They Live (1988) and Hell Comes To Frogtown (1988).
We're closing out our annual look at sexploitation films with 2 WIP films that make last year's WIP episode seem like a walk in the park. This week we're reviewing Bare Behind Bars (1980)--one of the most exploitive films ever made and Wanda, The Wicked Warden (1977). Plus a look at the films of Dyanne Thorne.
Join Rev. Phantom, Fred The Wolf and Moronic Mark as they talk over It’s Alive! This is not the more famous Larry Cohen movie about a monster baby. No, this one features less monster babies and more sexy Grandma’s with irritable bowel syndrome. It also has a murderous pig man, a rubber suited monster that doubles as a racist stereotype of WW2 Japanese people, a flashback that goes on forever…and ever….and ever….and ever….and ever….and ever…
What IMDb says it's about: In this sci-fi film a loony farmer finds a prehistoric monster hiding in a cavern on his land. To feed his newest critter, the farmer kidnaps three people. The three desperately try to escape and finally, one of them succeeds....one of them succeeds at telling the longest flashback in the history of film as well.