Episode 27 - GINGER SNAPS!!!

The dogs are barking and Ginger is snapping in this week’s episode! We’re talking homegrown werewolf-body-horror gem GINGER SNAPS starring Emily Perkins, Katharine Isabelle, Mimi Rogers & Kris Lemche. Mitch gives a brief review of Sick House by Jeff Strand, we combat (oddly appropriate) upstairs dogs being loud, discuss the movie and Christopher talks about the troubled production! 

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Episode 26 - CHERRY FALLS!!!

It’s Episode 26 and we’re going all the way… back to 2000 and talking about Geoffrey Wright’s Cherry Falls starring Brittany Murphy, Gabriel Mann & Michael Biehn. We talk about two sci-fi horror flicks we watched this week that were very bad & then we jump into Cherry Falls. It’s a toe-biting, eyelash curling, cherry popping good time that suffered from a lot of cuts & production drama. Class Dismissed!

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Episode 25 - STAGEFRIGHT!!!

In this week’s episode we are talking about 1987 owl-headed slasher/opera gem StageFright aka Deliria aka Bloody Bird aka Aquarius aka Sound Stage Massacre directed by Michele Soavi and starring Barbara Cupisti, Mary Sellers & David Brandon. It’s a good one with a whole lot of names! As always we find out how it Jamie Lee’s, talk a little bit about the production and deal with loud neighbour dogs. 

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Episode 23 - NIGHT OF THE CREEPS!!!

This week we’re talking aliens again(kinda…brain slug, zombie aliens anyway) with Fred Dekker’s masterwork NIGHT OF THE CREEPS starring Jason Lively, Tom Atkins & Jill Whitlow! It’s so good and way ahead of its time. We talk the movie, learn a little about the production and as always, find out if it Jamie Lee’s(it does). Thrill us!

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Episode 22- FIRE IN THE SKY!!!

This week we’re dipping into the sci-fi and talking about FIRE IN THE SKY, it’s a pretty uneventful movie but has some of the best alien sequences we can think of!  We talk about Mitch’s alien phobia and what doesn’t help is the brief, weird audio problems we have (around 0:15:00 to 0:30:00)! We finish off with Christopher telling the “true” story of Travis Walton that the film is based on.

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Episode 21 - FRIDAY THE 13th!!!

It's Friday the 13th and everybody's favorite matriarchal maniac, Pamela Voorhees is wreaking havoc on Crystal Lake in the movie that spawned a franchise starring Adrienne King, Betsy Palmer & Kevin Bacon. We talk about the movie, learn how it Jamie Lee's and Christopher explains the Victor Miller lawsuit. We'll be the shoe!

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Episode Twenty - FINAL EXAM!!!

It’s our 20th Episode(!!!) and we’re talking about first-wave slasher film FINAL EXAM starring Cecile Bagdadi, DeAnna Robins & Joel S. Rice! It’s a serviceable movie with a lot of character development, not a lot of plot and one of the better Final Girl confrontations. It’s kind of like Animal House meets Halloween. We talk about the movie, learn a little about the production and try not to die from this heatwave!

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Episode Nineteen - I Know What You Did Last Summer!!!

Hey Croaker Kings, Queens & Everything in-betweens - to celebrate our Canada Day and 4th of July for our US friends we’re talking about one of the only 4th of July themes Horror movies we could think of - I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUMMER starring Sarah Michelle Gellar, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Freddie Prinze Jr. & Ryan Phillipe. It’s a more modern classic with one of the best chase scenes of all time! #JusticeForHelenShivers. We got really into it, so its a long one!

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Episode Eighteen - PROM NIGHT!!!

Grab your disco shoes and get your elaborately choreographed dance numbers ready because we’re talking about 1980 Canadian slasher gem PROM NIGHT starring the incomparable Jamie Lee Curtis, which made our 6 Degrees super easy for this one. We chat about our own non-Proms & learn a smidge about production! Everything is alright!

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Episode Seventeen - TENEBRE!!!

This week we talk 1982 Argento giallo masterwork Tenebre aka Tenebrae aka UnSane starring Daria Nicolodi, Veronica Lario and Anthony Franciosa. With stunning visuals and an iconic score this film is AMAZING. We talk about trans actress Eva Robin's who portrays the girl from the flashback sequences, discuss Dario's inspiration and go over one of the best screams in horror history.

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Episode Fifteen - BAD MOVIES!!!

It's our 15th episode special and we're talking about three movies that aren't even so bad they're good! We start with 'The Witch Who Came From the Sea' and Christopher goes over star Mille Perkins' career. Mitch leads the charge for our second film, 2017 garbage fire 'Hostile' starring Brittany Ashworth about the survivor of a boring apocalypse. Then, we finish the episode talking about possibly the worst of the three, 'Paganini Horror' where a band travels to a spooky mansion to record a music video using cursed sheet music they bought from Donald Pleasence. It's a long one but we had fun! Happy Friday!

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Episode Fourteen - RE-ANIMATOR!!!

This week we're covering Stuart Gordon's horror/comedy masterpiece RE-ANIMATOR starring Barbara Crampton, Jeffrey Combs and Bruce Abbott. Christopher talks about the production of the movie, mistakes a producer for a studio head due to poor research(thanks, wine) and we find out how it connects back to Jamie Lee. We hope our US listeners have a safe, boozy long weekend!

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Episode Thirteen - Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama!!!

Surprise, it’s Rhonda! It’s also our lucky 13th episode and we are talking about David DeCoteau’s 1987 low-budget flick Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama starring a bevy of B-Horror ifaves like Scream Queen icons Linnea Quigley, Brinke Stevens and Michelle Bauer, Robin Stille, Andras Jones and Hal Havins. Mitch finds his new favourite horror icon, Rhonda and Christopher quizzes Mitch in a game of ‘DeCoteau or Porn’ and as usual we find out how it Jamie Lee’s.

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Episode Twelve - OPERA!!!

We’re raven(see what we did there?) about Dario Argento’s 1987 film OPERA starring Cristina Marsillach, Daria Nicolodi, Urbano Barberini and Ian Charleston. It’s a fantastic movie with an amazing score, grisly kills (including one of the best ever) and the occasional hilariously bad dubbing. We talk about the Shakespearian comparisons and Christopher tells the story of a real-life murder at the Metropolitan Opera in 1980 that is a parallel to the film. We say ‘Macbeth’ many times so we are definitely cursed now.

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Episode Eleven - THE MOTHMAN PROPHECIES!!!

We hope you have a sweater ready because things are about to get (Indrid) Cold in here. We’re talking 2002’s The Mothman Prophecies starring Laura Linney, Debra Messing & Richard Gere. We find out what toppings go on a Mothman Pizza, learn about the museum that houses most of the props from the film and find out if it Jamie Lee’s. It’s an interestingly shot, but very ‘meh’ sort of movie!

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Episode Ten - THE SLUMBER PARTY MASSACRE!!!

We've made it to our tenth episode and we're discussing 1982's The Slumber Party Massacre written by feminist activist Rita Mae Brown as a parody of the genre but shot relatively straight-forward as a slasher film by Amy Holden Jones. We talk about how Amy Jones got the gig, get an update on Mitch/Goose relations and find out if it Jamie Lees(it does!). It's a great movie and we're happy to be talking about it!

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Episode Nine - NIGHT OF THE COMET!!!

Grab your novelty martian headbands, arcade games and SMGs because it's our ninth episode and we are talking about one of our all-time favorites NIGHT OF THE COMET starring Kelli Maroney, Catherine Mary Stewart & Mary Woronov! We talk about befriending geese, production drama and much more. It's a fun one!

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Episode Eight - THE NEW YORK RIPPER!!!

It’s Friday the 13th and Our 8th Episode! We’re talking about Lucio Fulci’s giallo film The New York Ripper. Starring Jack Hedley and Almanta Suska, it’s heavy on gore and nudity but very light on plot. We talk about seeing A Quiet Place and Christopher explains the lengthy and complicated process the movie had to go through to get its rating during the height of The Video Nasties. Quack! Quack!

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