In the middle of our Halloween rundowns, we talk about something it took us 120 episodes to talk about: werewolves. So we talk about one battling Gary Busey and Corey Haim in Stephen King's Silver Bullet. Then we talk about a wolfman that not only has nards but a whole posse in Monster Squad.

Music:

Michael Sembello - Monster Squad Rap

In This Moment - Big Bad Wolf

Michael Sembello - Rock Til You Drop

Duran Duran - Hungry Like The Wolf

Next time around, we're going old school. So old school our parents weren't even born yet. Yes, it's time we talk some classic Universal monsters, with Frankenstein, Dracula and The Wolfman.

Outtakes: Another football season, another football rant from Scott.

 

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Tales From the Cryosphere: The A Team

October 12, 2017

This time around we revisit the 2010 remake of the classic 80s show The A Team. Jake is recovering from a concert from the previous night so it's mostly Sean and Scott taking over the show. Are them any fools to be pitied? Sync up your copy and find out!

Music is from the A Team movie and Stone Sour - Absolute Zero

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Episode 119: Drive Thru and Stitches

October 9, 2017

Halloween month continues as killer clowns are the subject once again. This time both of them coming back from the grave to get their revenge with Drive Thru and Stitches. Which one of these is funnier? Find out after more football talk, stories such something in the soap dispensers, Cult of Chucky talk and just a tad bit more IT talk.

Music:

Clown - The Hollies

Ralph Riekermann - Bash Brains

Orgy - Stitches

Cutting Crew - I Just Died In Your Arms Tonight

Weird Al Yankovic - Trapped in the Drive Thru

Next week's spooky subject is werewolves. So we will talk Monster Squad with Uncle Rico and Silver Bullet with Gary Busey.

The actual episode is actually 2 hours, just longer because of the Weird Al song (11 minutes) and we actually put in a longer outtakes segment.

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Episode 118: Night of the Demons trilogy

October 1, 2017

It's that time of year again, kiddies! Pumpkins, different colored leaves, cool temps, its October! Time to kick off another Halloween month! This time we're kicking it off with a good trilogy about the season. Well, is it good? Let's just say some are better than others and some hosts got the better end of the stick. Plus fantasy talk, IT sequel talk, and more!

Music:

Dennis Micheal Tenney - The Beast Inside

Like Moths to Flames - Nowhere Left To Sink

Pantera - Cemetery Gates

Bauhaus - Stigmata Martyr

Music in Halloween intro are: Andy Williams "Most Wonderful Time of the Year," King Diamond "Halloween," Danny Elfman "This is Halloween," Siouxsie and the Banshees "Halloween," and The Misfits "Halloween."

Next time around we're doing clowns again, with Stitches and Drive Thru.

Outtakes: Discussion about the movie's tagline, Jake's losing his voice and a train.

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Episode 117: 21 and The Gambler

September 24, 2017

We go all in this episode talking about some gambling movies, first with 21 starring Kevin Spacey and The Gambler with Mark Wahlberg and John Goodman. Do we find the subject of gambling an interesting topic? Tune in to find out. First we discuss football, including two of the mofos kicking ass in Fantasy, some major Halloween reboot news, stories about Halloween decorations and poo, and much more!

Music:

Kenny Rogers - The Gambler

The Rolling Stones - You Can't Always Get What You Want

Asking Alexandia - Into the Fire

Motorhead - Ace of Spades

Next week, we begin our month of horror since it's close enough to October. Starting it all off with the Night of the Demons trilogy.

Outtakes: Jake attemping to whistle, Sean is not a fan of his assignment next week.

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(Reuploaded) BONUS EPISODE: IT 2017 (Spoilers!)

September 24, 2017

Reuploaded, for some reason only 19 minutes loaded the last time.

You know that movie we seem to talk about a lot in our news section? Hint: Not the Power Rangers movie. It's actually the new adaptation of Stephen King's IT and it's finally been released! Naturally we're gonna talk about it and it cannot be contained in our What We've Been Watching section as you can tell from the run time of the show (so much for a mini rundown). So we bring on Wildman Willis on to discuss in great length this movie we've been waiting for, then we give our ratings and what we want to see in part 2.

Music in this episode is Clown by Korn.

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Episode 116: Kick Ass 1 & 2

September 3, 2017

This week we discuss different types of superheroes with both Kick Ass movies. How violent are these and are we gonna get another movie? Listen in to find out. Also football talk is back for the season, and we are in the homestretch for IT!

Music:

The Pretty Reckless - Make Me Wanna Die

Stroke 9 - Kick Some Ass

Joan Jett - I Hate Myself For Loving You

Next time around we discuss gambling movies with 21 and The Gambler

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Tales From the Cryosphere: Falling Down

September 1, 2017

It's time we revisit the craziness of early 1990s LA where Michael Douglas wants his damn breakfast! Grab your copy and let's watch his madness together.

Music

The Birthday Massacre - Falling Down

Rancid - Fall Back Down

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Episode 115: End of Tales From the Crypt Season 2

August 28, 2017

Back to Tales From the Crypt we go, to wrap up season 2! This season features two IT alumnis, a childhood memory from Jake, and an origin story? All this plus more IT remake talks (surprise surprise), aggressive little dogs and more!

Music:

Slipknot - The Negative One

Billy Idol - Cradle of Love

36 Crazyfists - At The End of August

Next time, we talk some Nic Cage, Jim Carrey and McLovin in Kick Ass 1 & 2

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Episode 114: Fargo and The Big Lebowski

August 21, 2017

You know that movie we seem to quote a lot? Well we figure it's damn time we cover it on the show! That's right, after the double feature of shitshows last week, we make a double feature of some well made, well acted and quotable films both done by the Coen Brothers, Fargo and The Big Lebowski. Scott didn't watch one of these movies, so he is completely out of his element.

Music: 

Bob Dylan - The Man in Me

Law and Order theme (Sean will explain why)

Kenny Rogers - Just Dropped In

The World Alive - Inviting Eye

Creedence Clearwater Revival - Looking Out My Back Door

Next week, back to TV shows with Tales From the Crypt, where we will finish out Season 2. Remember, the Dude abides.

Outtakes: Scott is Donny, so who is Dude and Walter? And a bit more.

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