It was Brittany’s turn to pick this week, and we’re sure it will surprise everyone to know that she picked a horror-comedy. We watched the 2015 New Zealand gore-fest, Deathgasm.
After being forced to live with his overly religious aunt and uncle, Brodie tries to make the best of things by making a few new friends and starting a metal band. He even attracts the attention of his classmate, Medina, who is a total babe. Unfortunately for him, it’s not enough to make him feel at home. He gets beat up by his cousin for talking to Medina, his family treats him like the spawn of Satan, and his classmates think he’s a freak. So when he and his best friend Zakk discover an ancient text- a song to summon demons, known as the Black Hymn- it’s not a surprise that they think it’s metal as fuck and decide to play it. Bloody chaos ensues, and now it’s up to Dethgasm (and Medina) to stop the demons and prevent the demon Aeloth from taking over the world.
This movie was a gem in the same vein as Dead Alive and Evil Dead, and was a gory joy to watch. Listen up as we discuss dildo murder, barbed wire weed-whackers and the power of chainmail metal babes! BRUTAAAAL!
It’s our one year anniversary! Woo. To make this episode extra special to us, we decided to watch the 1997 movie The Necro Files. Why is that special you ask? Our movie tonight was directed by Matt Jaissle, also the director of the first movie we covered Back From Hell (if you decide to listen be warned, it’s rough)! We were lucky enough to interview Matt Jaissle about his work and you can find that embeded below as well. Tom purchased this movie and waited for the right time to watch it and I think we found it.
October is just about over, Halloween is approaching and soon we will have nothing to do but transition into Christmas movies. We say goodbye to Horror Movie Month in a strange fashion with Erik’s pick this week. Sega CD seems to come up a lot on this show as a reference of quality so Erik decided to choose the 1992 Sega CD release Night Trap. We know this is not a MOVIE but we viewed it as if it were one anyway. There are a lot of different versions of this on YouTube and you can see the one we watched above. Ryan of Fat Foot Films came on to talk about this his experiences actually playing AND beating this game. Overall it was kind of weird but we somehow managed to cram this in to our format. Happy Halloween!
We are keeping up with Horror Movie Month by watching a DOOOOOUBLE FEEEEEATURE! We watched May and The Loved Ones, a couple of SCAAAAARY LAAAAAADIES! We had b-movie professional and our friend Fallon come on to help us dive deep in to the insanity of a woman.
Keeping on with Horror Movie Month, we watched something a little more traditional in style, kind of. Tom picked the 1987 sci-fi/horror movie The Kindred! This was an interesting watch for us because we really had no clue what we were getting in to. Brandon came on to help us discuss this movie, and this is one of his personal favorites. He even brought an old Fangoria magazine that had an article about this movie. Where do you think this movie will measure on the Fuck scale?
We continue watching horror movies with Brittany’s pick this month, the comedy/horror movie My Boyfriend’s Back! We realize that for horror movie month we have been picking things that are horror second and something else first, but hey that’s still ok, right? OH WELL! Special guest Tee comes on and helps us talk about this movie and we discuss whether or not this movie’s original rating was warranted in contrast to some other movies from the same time period. We have some cool info about the movie too listen up!
We take in our 50th episode with Erik’s pick for our horror movie adventure this month with the Japanese horror/comedy Wild Zero! Yes. We did in fact play along with the drinking game portion of this movie. Our friend Jimmy comes on to help us drink, discuss and debate.