This week the guys head off to military school for "Child's Play 3". Craig watches an interesting non-horror doc, "Inside: Chipotle". Thom brings us more of The Twilight Zone with "A Piano for the House" and then he fills us in on the goings on of Being Human Episode 4.. All this plus Trailer Failure featuring "Piranha Sharks", "Grand Piano", "Buck Wild", and "Zombeavers".
This week welcome Dan back as he and Thom watch the Hammer Horror classic, Brides of Dracula". Dan fills us in on the latest installment of Poop or Not Poop, introduces a new award for the worst movie he saw with "The Fart in a Bag" award, and a review of the first chapter of "A Wolf Among Us" game for the XBox 360. Thom brings us more of The Twilight Zone with "Kick the Can", also he fills us in on American Horror Story: Coven as well as the latest Episode of Being Human. All this plus Trailer Failure featuring looks at "Haunt" and "Patrick: Evil Awakens".
This week join the guys as they take a look at "Stephen King's Sleepwalkers". Craig's Corner features a look at "The Siren's Song" from Scooby Doo: Mystery Incorporated and "Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters. Thom brings us more of The Twilight Zone with "Showdown with Rance McGrew" and finally he has more to share with the Sleepy Hollow season finale and the first two episodes of "Being Human (US)". Finally we have Trailer Failure with looks at "Sleepwalkers (2014)" and "Occulus".
This week the guys visit a nice little house in New York in "The Amityville Horror (1979)". Craig leads us on a look at Wesley Snipes's "Gallowswalkers" and just why you don't want to spend some quality time in the wilderness with Josh Duhamel or Dan Fogler with "Scenic Route". Thom brings us more of the folksy "fun?" of The Twilight Zone with "The Hunt". All this plus Trailer Failure featuring "The Babadook".
This week the guys take a look at another sequel with "Critters 3". Craig returns to the Corner with looks at Scooby Doo: Mystery Incorporated's "Night Fright", "Maintenance", and "Red Dawn (2012)". Thom's TV Terros is still in slow-mo with The Twilight Zone episode "Dead Man's Shoes". Finally we have Trailer Failure featuring "From Dusk 'till Dawn the Series" and "Clown".
This week the guys head back to the 90's with "I Know What You Did Last Summer". Craig does double duty this week in The Corner with looks at "Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D" and "Stitches". Thom is trapped in the TV hiatus zone still and only has this week's entry from The Twilight Zone with "One More Pallbearer". All this plus the return of Trailer Failure with "Sorority Party Massacre".
This week the guys try to see if they have the luck of the Irish with "Leprechaun". Craig brings us an update on his look at Scooby Doo: Mystery Incorporated with "Dragon'e Secret". Thom brings us more of The Twilight Zone with "Nothing in the Dark" featuring Robert Redford!
This week the guys finish off the Evil Dead trilogy with "Army of Darkness". Craig's Corner takes a look at Wes Craven's "My Soul to Take". Thom continues his looks at The Twilight Zone with "A Quality of Mercy". Finally there is Trailer Failure with "Transcendence", "Cheap Thrills", and "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes".
This week the guys wish you a Merry Christmas with "Scrooged". Craig brings us some holiday joy with "Peanuts: I Want a Dog for Christmas". TV Terrors continues its look at The Twilight Zone with "Once Upon a Time" as well as the mid-season finales of Sleepy Hollow and The Walking Dead. Plus Trailer Failure featuring "Nurse 3D" and "Raiders of the Lost Shark".
This week the guys get their minds blown as they end the year with 1981's "Scanners". Craig thrills us all with his tales of the latest episode of Scooby Doo Mystery Incorporated: "Escape from Mystery Manor" and a look at a special requested film, "Rubber". Thom tackles another dreaded episode of The Twilight Zone with "Five Characters in Search of an Exit". Finally we have a jammed packed Trailer Failure with a special request from a new follower on Twitter, "Empire of the Apes", and two eagerly awaited films, "Mega Shark vs. Mecha Shark" and "Godzilla (2014)".
This week the guys take a look at the revival of Hammer Horror, "The Woman in Black". Craig brings more of the happenings in Crystal Cove with Scooby Doo: Mystery Incorporated's "'Here Walks Aphrodite". Thom fills us in on some good old 1960's casual racisim with more of The Twilight Zone's "The Jungle". Finally we have Trailer Failure featuring "Raze". Please excuse the audio issues, we are using tracks recorded via two different systems and there is some discrepancy.