Sun, 26 August 2012
This week, Trevor and Gabbie learn many important lessons from Beneath the Darkness: don't dig your own grave, don't assume the silhoutte in the window is a ghost (though they still aren't sure why anyone would do that in the first place), and never trust that creepy mortician - especially if he's being played by Dennis Quaid.
Then it's off to the moors of Scotland for the bottom 100 film, Nine Lives, featuring the acting debut of one Paris Hilton. Will this be another case of a movie ending up in the bottom 100 because of an unpopular celebrity or does Nine Lives earn its place in the coveted list? Listen to this week's episode to find out!
Sun, 19 August 2012
Have you ever wanted to be saved? By a crazed cult? With a knife? Well, then End of the Line is the film for you! This Canadian horror classic somehow has ended up at a 5.9 which means that it is now eligible to be covered on the show.
Trevor and Gabbie will discuss this excellent film and detail the many reasons why you should own End of the Line.
On the bottom 100 front, Trevor and Gabbie tackle number 78 on the bottom 100 list, aka Piñata: Survival Island starring both Nicholas Brendon and Garrett Wang (as well as lots of other people). What's worse than being trapped on a deserted island and being stalked by a maniacal killer? Being trapped on a deserted island and being stalked by a maniacal killer piñata!
For more, you'll have to listen to this week's show!
PS - After watching End of the Line, be sure to head over to IMDB and rate the movie. We should all do our part to get this movie back in to the sixes (It should be higher than that, but 6.x seems like a much more realistic goal).
Sun, 12 August 2012
This week on the show we have a bit of an unintentional theme going as we have two different movies where animals are mixed with horrifying results.
First up, it's 1993's Man's Best Friend starring Ally Sheedy, Lance Henriksen and an adorable dog named Max. Max is kind of like the Littlest Hobo in that he's a genetically-engineered super dog. Unlike the Littlest Hobo though Max has a slight tendency to brutally murder those who wrong him in some way.
Then for our bottom 100 film, we have 1960's Horrors of Spider Island. A whole cast of incredibly useless people are marooned on a desert island. When one of those people is bitten by a giant spider he, of course, gains spider powers. But instead of being able to shoot webs and fly around New York City, he just gets a bad make-up job and some cheesy hands that only appear in close-up shots.
So come join Trevor and Gabbie as they learn all about the dangers of mixing your animals!
Sun, 5 August 2012
Sure, Patrick Stewart has had lots of success exploring the galaxy and thwarting the fiendish plots of Magneto, but have you ever wondered about what his track record for taking groups of school children hostage is? Well, as luck would have it, this week's film, Masterminds, will explore that very subject! Gabbie will be talking about this definite high point in Patrick Stewart's career.
Then it's off to the wild outlands of Nova Scotia as Trevor answers another burning question - Can Dennis Rodman act? The answer may suprise you!* Trevor will find all about Dennis Rodman's acting ability as well as his super spy skills as he talks about this week's bottom 100 film, Simon Sez.
*Surprise not guaranteed