On this week’s episode, I fill you in on where It’s All Connected 2021 has taken me after introducing the concept in Episode 29. From Stoker, I went through many films by Guillermo del Toro and Mike Flanagan, two of the best at what they do!
On this week’s episode, I let you into the wonderful world of It’s All Connected 2021, the horror film project I do wherein each movie is connected to the previous in some way! I’ve already gone through six flicks and it’s only August, so hopefully this will be the best year yet! If you’re curious about last year’s It’s All Connected, you can find all the links here!
If you’re curious, here‘s my review of The Dead Zone book from several years back.
On this week’s episode, I’m running down a quintet of action movies that feel like comic book movies, but without existing source material. I had a great time putting this list together and a lot of fun watching these movies. I hope you do too!
On this week’s episode, I’m celebrating my nearly life-long Star Wars fandom! From the days of watching the movies on cable to earning a few bucks from one of my favorite franchises, this one covers it all!
Hi gang and happy belated St. Patrick’s Day! If you’re curious about the homemade Reubens I made, check out this link! They may not be particularly Irish, but they are absolutely delicious. In other holiday news, I watched all of the Leprechaun movies. The results were…something. Give it a listen! Also, you can stream a lot of these movies on Peacock, Syfy and Fubo!
Hi there cats and kittens, this week’s episode of The High Five podcast gets hep with a quintet of musicals from the 1980s that have roots going back to the 1950s! We have Happy Days and Grease to thank for these, plus the eventual power that kids who grew up in that older decade had in the latter one! This one was a real wild trip, but I had a gas putting it together!
Oh and if you want to list to the Spotify playlist I put together based on some of these films’ soundtracks, check it out!
Here’s a few cool pieces of Little Shop Of Horrors art too!
On this week’s High Five Podcast I’m celebrating five fantastic female horror directors making awesome movies right now! The list includes Anna Biller, Ana Lily Amirpour, Natalie Erika James, Jennifer Kent and Karyn Kusama, five of the best the genre — and many others — have to offer right now!
I threw all my plans out the window when I got a very cool package in the mail from a cool PR person! As a result, you’ll have to wait to find out more of my favorite 2020 film experiences and instead dive into my all-time favorite body swap stories from TV, animation, movies and comics!
Several years ago, I watched the 1981 film Ghost Story and discovered a subgenre I now love: Old Guy Horror. I’m not sure if anyone else uses that term, but to me, it’s any horror flick that features three or more horror greats all performing in the same story (ie: anthologies don’t count, sorry Monster Club, you’re still great for other reasons). A few years later, I came upon my favorite example: House Of The Long Shadows from 1983! This picture features…wait for it…John Carradine, Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee and our old buddy Vincent Price! I’m not even going to mess around, you should definitely watch this movie just as I did for It’s All Connected!Enter, if you dare…
As soon as I decided to watch my previous entry, Chopping Mall, I instantly knew that I would follow it up with Night Of The Comet, also starring the fantastic Kelli Maroney. Back when I worked at Wizard, a bunch of us would get together for movie nights. For one of them — dubbed Night Of The Living Nights — we watched Night Of The Comet, Night Of The Creeps and Nightbreed, all of which were firsts for me! I’ve seen all three again since then with mixed results. Creeps just is not for me (Atkins’ cartoon detective character is a real bummer) and I just saw the director’s cut of Nightbreed just last year. Now it’s time to talk Comet!