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In this episode, the Fear Fan takes a closer look at meta-horror with the modern classic The Cabin in the Woods.
An outstanding and completely unique tale of survival after the apocalypse.
The troubled production of one of the best zombie films in recent years.
A review of the 1996 kaiju movie Gamera 2: Advent of Legion.
Join us, whores of Satan, as we delve into films which promote the word of the Great Deceiver. Leave common decency (and sense) at the door as Count Jackula shows you The Devil's Rain, starring William Shatner (yes, William Shatner) and Ernest Borgnine.
May you ride immortal, shiny and chrome. Also: Legally Blonde, Lily Allen, and approaches to objectification.
The third and what is often considered the best of the series.
Time to wonder... about Wonder Woman! Yeah, obvious word play is obvious.
The overlooked awesomeness of Soldier.
The Suspect looks at the Spidey flick hated by many and defended by few: The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Is it really as bad as people make it out to be? Well no, but it has problems by the fuck-ton.
Happy Financial Literacy Month! This episode: Jack and Ralph, saving, Millennials, dividing people into generations for some reason, and why it may not be such a bad idea to take advice from '40s instructional films. Sometimes.
It was inevitable. Everything has changed. Mostly for the better.
In this episode, the Fear Fan has a look at the latest incarnation of the Frankenstein legend. Does it have a life of its own, or does it just wind up on the slab? Tune in and find out!
A sci-fi classic.
Post apocalyptic rat invasion!
A slower zombie movie, with a hint of The Crazies.
Before we see Louis C.K. make an animated movie, let's watch another comedian's "stinger".
The action comedy that's even more relevant now than it was back then.
Why Ursa loves these movies, the importance of a wide audience for family films, and why significant time gaps between movies are sometimes really brilliant. Plus: character arcs for you, and you, and you, everybody gets a character arc!