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Joe and Schnaars duke it out over this film's merits...
This week we take on "Blood Creek", a Horse-riding Nazi Vampire Viking Mummy movie directed by Joel Schumacher. No, seriously.
The crew takes on "Triangle", and it almost destroys us...
It's about to get CRAZY in here!
We're wikked psyched to talk about this film.
Does this Universal remake hit the spot?
This is going to feel a little funny...
We review Bergman's lone horror film...
This time we take on "Legion", an early contender for worst film of the year.
Oh you WANTED that hand? My bad.
Yes, Ethan Hawke is a vampire... yes, those are his real teeth.
We debate the finer points of artficial sucking sounds.
It's our Birthday! Plus, we torture Jon with one of the worst movies ever made.
Joe joins us this week and we're all a bit divided over Ti West's "House of the Devil".
Heed our advice... go with the weed instead.
This week the crew discusses Richard Kelly's "The Box".
This week we're talking about the Milla Jovovich starring thriller, "The Fourth Kind".
It's "Trick 'R Treat" time!
It's Halloween, so that must mean "Saw" time. Let's see how many more of these Schnaars can take.
This week we take on "Paranormal Activity", and see whose pants were dry after watching it.
It's "Zombieland" time, bitches!
For the first time in a while we're all back in action and talking about a new release, the scifi film "Pandorum".
This week we give Jennifer's body a once over, and decide if she's worth your time.
This week we review the latest theatrical horror release, Summit's "Sorority Row".
So... short people are creepy, amiright?
Needless to say, it's weird...
Rob Zombie swings... and misses.