We set sail on a grand journey with the first part of our coverage of 1979’s Mayflower: The Pilgrim’s Adventure. As the disclaimer up front explains, we are real dumb-dumbs when it comes to American history so we spend a lot of this episode actively researching Thanksgiving on air. We also talk about Anthony Hopkins’ insane charisma and the casual way they reveal a character’s sordid past. 

Part 2 drops Thursday! 

Happy Halloween! 

We finish up our stay in the haunted AMD Movie Theater (the D is for Dracula) by discussing the 2017 Estonian dreamlike November. We discuss amazing magic robots, the happiest devil, the true origins of Frosty the Snowman, and just how much of an idiot Hans is. Plus, we learn who trapped us in this theater for the last month.

 

In the first of TWO full episodes this week, we fall into the spiral and get our minds scrambled by 1987’s frustratingly meta Anguish. We also shield our eyes a lot because goodness is there a lot of eye trauma in this movie. We also spot a spooky character in the possibly haunted AMD (the D is for Dracula) Movie Theater and give chase.

Our final Halloween 2019 episode drops on Thursday!

We’re back to find out what exactly is going on in God Told Me To, and look, everyone, it’s not what we were expecting. Well, there IS a murderous mother, but not the one we hoped! We meet a glowing Richard Lynch, see some alien perverts, and witness a crazed Andy Kaufman committing awful acts. We also meet the worst man alive in a film full of awful people.  

We’re getting religious this week, discussing the 1976 Larry Cohen horror thriller God Told Me To! We discuss the run-and-gun (literally) filming technique of Larry Cohen, why you’d live so close to the scene of an awful crime, and we figure out where the gunman’s mother ranks on the list of horror icons.

Part 2 drops Thursday

We continue our stay in the haunted AMD Movie Theater (the D is for Dracula) and talk about the first 10 minutes of 1973’s The Legend of Hell House? Why does this rich guy need to know if ghosts are real? Is this really a stealth Christmas movie? Will the entire film be made up of super stylized shots? Only way to know for sure is to join us for Part 2 on Thursday.