cult classics

David Lynch. You either love him or hate him. Me, I love the dude. While I can't explain a single one of his movies, that doesn't stop me from thinking they're awesome. What is Dennis Hooper huffing in "Blue Velvet"? No idea. All I know is that Frank Booth might be one of my favorite screen villains ever and that I haven't been able to drink Heineken since seeing that movie. It also doesn't help that it tastes terrible, but that's another story entirely.

Yes. "Dead Alive" is now streaming.

For most of you, that's enough to have you go rushing to your TVs to boot your Netflix streaming device of choice up. If you're somehow unfamilar with the film "Dead Alive", you may know it under the name "Braindead".

When aliens who resemble clowns land on earth in their circus tent to prey on humans, it's up to a group of friends to save the entire town. Yep, that's right folks, we're taking a quick look down memory lane at "Killer Klowns From Outer Space." From being terrified of it as a child to loving every hilarious minute of it as an adult, "Killer Klowns" has easily become one of my go-to horror favorites. Jam packed full of funhouse themed spaceships, popcorn shooting ray guns, deadly pies and an amazingly catchy theme song by the Dickies, this movie has something for everyone.

"It's Alive" is one of those horror comedy films that I have always heard a lot about but haven't had a chance to watch until recently, when I found it on Netflix Instant Watch. Written and directed by Larry Cohen, the movie features a couple, Frank (John Ryan) and Lenore (Sharon Farrell), who give birth to a monsterous, mutant baby who kills people when frightened. Despite the ridiculous premise, the movie is funny, original and at times, pretty darn suspenseful.

This week we takes on the David Lynch cult classic "Eraserhead", and Schnaars returns with his word of the day in tow. Check it out!

Everyone disagrees with Eric on "The Crazies", but at least we all loved "Star Trek". That counts for something, right?

It's coming down to crunch time people. Will "S. Darko", the sequel to the cult hit "Donnie Darko" possibly live up to the original? We got a long awaited chance to see the full trailer a full weeks back, so the final announcement to be made was the date. We finally have that, as well as the artwork for the DVD and Blu-Ray release. So check that out below, and continue scrolling down for the trailer in case you missed it the first time.

The slasher classic "Pieces" has the crew in stitches...

This week we tackle the legend of Todd Browning's 1932 film "Freaks", and Louis Fowler stops by to take "Twilight" fans down a notch.