Friday, July 3, 2015

Midnight Confessions Podcast: Episode 65 [Summer Slashfest Begins]

This week our Summer Slashfest begins. The MC Crew take a look at two rather obscure slasher flicks: Mortuary (1983) and Mausoleum (1983). What makes this episode special? Two words: demon tits.

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Monday, June 29, 2015

MCMS: Scream Bloody Murder (1973)

Welcome to episode No. 5 of Midnight Confessions Movie Show. This time around Rev. Phantom, Moronic Mark and Fred The Wolf are talking over Scream Bloody Murder. A movie where the 70's decor is scarier than the movie's killer. This movie has it all: tractor homicide, a dog neutering gone wrong, a manchild with a hook hand, mother issues, acid freakouts, the Tall Man from Phantasm with glasses, a kung fu Grandma, drunken sailors, shitty paintings, an avocado green bedspread, daytime television torture, an Artist Supply store, angry food spitting, aggressive urban candy salesman, oral phone sex and much, much more.

Friday, June 26, 2015

Midnight Confessions Podcast: Episode 64 [Lamberto Bava Double Feature]

Last week we took a look at two Mario Bava films, but this week his son, Lamberto Bava is carving up the ladies in Blade In The Dark (1983) and Delirium (1987). Two giallo/slasher hybrids that will wet your appetite for our Summer Slashfest which starts next week.

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Monday, June 15, 2015

The Midnight Confessions Movie Show: Death Machines (1976)

Welcome to episode No. 4 of the Midnight Confessions Movie Show. Join Rev. Phantom and Moronic Mark as they watch Death Machines. We apologize for the lack of subtitles for the Dragonlady's dialogue.

IMDb says the movie is about this: An evil Oriental (their word not ours) Dragon Lady injects three martial arts fighters with a serum that turns them into zombie-like assassins, and she sends them out against her enemies. Yeah, something like that.

Friday, June 12, 2015

Midnight Confessions Podcast: Episode 63 [Mario Bava - The Birth of the Slasher]

In honor of our upcoming Summer Slashfest, this week Rev. Phantom and Moronic Mark take a look at two Mario Bava films; Blood and Black Lace (1964) and A Bay of Blood (1971). It's a bloody good time.

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