In this week’s episode Brittany selected the 2014 horror movie Leprechaun: Origins! We find it hard to believe it’s ACTUALLY a Leprechaun movie but hey, if he can go to space, he can be… this? Maybe, maybe not. We’re certainly glad Kid’s Movie Months is over because the “Fudge” rating just wouldn’t have been enough.
I know it’s Kid’s Movie Month and all here on Second Class Cinema but this opportunity was too good to pass up. We had Matt Jaissle, the director of Back From Hell, reach out to us wanting to talk about his movie! He had listened to our review of Back From Hell which was also our first episode (if you’d like to listen to it, enter at your own risk because it’s a bit rough around the edges).
Anyway, we had him give us a call and we chatted about his movie and his upcoming screening at The Alamo Drafthouse in Austin, TX.
We partnered with Tom’s other podcast The Studio Cellar to bring you this interview and discussion with Matt.
ALSO you can finally find the Boston 48 Hour Film Project that Tom directed here: Watch Here!
On this week’s episode, Brittany selects the 1977 killer bed classic Death Bed: The Bed That Eats! I think the only way to truly understand it’s meaning is to indulge in as many drugs as the creators of this film did. Find out what our ratings are of this absurd 70’s horror movie about a bed eating people.
Brittany’s selection this week was the fresh 2015 release, WolfCop! Sounds easy right? A wolf that’s a cop. This movie’s name alone set up expectations it just couldn’t quite live up to. See if our ratings and reactions were anything like yours as we break down the successes, failures and risks of this werewolf-comedy, cop romp.
As a group we decided enough was enough and we were going to see something new to review for once, so we ventured out to see teen cyber-thriller Unfriended. After seeing the trailer before It Follows, it seemed like it was going to be at least a semi-good time. Was it? How do you think it measured up during our Fucking Ratings?
Brittany’s selection, Bitter Feast is a 2010 movie in which a celebrity chef captures a food blogger and tortures him whilst also making him perform food challenges. Obviously we watched this one, but the outcome was quite surprising.
You read correctly, it’s our very first DOUBLE FEATURE! First we watched Zipperface, a 1992 hooker slasher(?) movie. We then were able to watch a movie submitted to us on Facebook, Penitentiary 3. These movies made for an interesting discussion.