The boys are headed back to giallo town, population... them! Nafa and Richard get a little out of their minds trying to discuss Antonio Margheriti's classic gothic chiller Seven Deaths in the Cat's Eye (1973) featuring the inimitable Serge Gainsbourg as "Police inspector"! It's an episode for the ages? Or maybe just 2017.
Jeffrey and Richard return to the strange world of mid-80s Italian horror for the almost impossibly bizarre Miami Golem (1985) from director Alberto de Martino. What is it gonna take to get you to listen to this episode? David Warbeck? Two David Warbecks!? We got ya covered.
LeEtta returns to talk about movies with Richard. They have a long list and Richard gets a little crazy with the yuletide cheeriness. They talk some serious Christmas Horror movies and also talk about some Christmas movies and specials at the Schmidt house. It's the last episode of 2016 so yeah, there's that.
Well, it had to end sometime. Simon returns to finish discussing Twin Peaks with Richard. In this SPOILER HEAVY installment, they wrap up season two of the series and discuss Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me (1992) at length. Hopefully, you're all caught up on your Cheers trivia because they don't talk about Cheers.
Simon returns to the show to talk about Twin Peaks with Richard. This is the first part of their epic SPOILER HEAVY talkin' of the series. So get your cheesecake and ice cream ready because Simon and Richard are going to talk all about those Twin Peaks characters you love like Blanche and Rose.
CBH of Good Movies For Bad People shows up to talk about his pick, Hardware (1990) and Richard learns a valuable lesson about American-Canadian relations. They also ramble for a while about their favorite post-apocalyptic movies. The Doomed Show-GMFBP crossover saga re-re-re-continues!
Nafa and Richard go to the theaters yet again for a final Halloween surprise episode for 2016. They see Tyler Perry's Boo! A Madea Halloween and it was glorious. For the record, at the time of the recording, it was the number one movie in America. Jack Reacher 2 can suck a duck.
Can you hear the pumpkins howling? Or is that just Al Lewis's long-suffering agent? Jeffrey and Richard continue their assault on the Satanic "holiday" known as Halloween with Fright House (1989). Yes, it's an obscure film? But why? You'll have to listen and find out.