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Ep. 17 – RoboCop

Also known as “FauxboCop.” Nick Lathan joins Anton in this episode, where they dissect the new RoboCop remake from top to bottom. Podcast: Play in new window | Download

Ep. 16 – Top 10 of 2013

Anton and Caleb discuss their Top 10 films of 2013 and pay tribute to the late Philip Seymour Hoffman. Download and subscribe via iTunes. For Android devices, you can find us via the Stitcher Radio app. Podcast:

Spoiler Alert: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

Two guys, two chicks and a wheelchair bound brother of one of the chicks walk into a bar… no, not really. But they do get in a van. The siblings want to take a little trip to

Spoiler Alert: Carrie

Director Brian De Palma made sure he was going to get the male audience attention from the start. Young women playing volleyball, then going to the locker room where the full-frontal nudity and showers happen in slow

EP.13- The World’s End

Josh and Anton react to the news of Ben Affleck being cast as Batman, as well as discuss Edgar Wright’s newest film, The World’s End. Download and subscribe via iTunes. For Android devices, you can find us via the Stitcher

Spoiler Alert: Children of the Corn

Gatlin, Nebraska – On a Sunday, townspeople in Gatlin left church and went to the local diner for lunch. A young Carrot Top is playing pinball while a child in a bow tie sits at the counter

Spoiler Alert: Rosemary’s Baby

Before acclaimed director Roman Polanski was pleading guilty to the statutory rape of a 13-year-old girl and subsequently fleeing the country to avoid serving a jail sentence, he was making films such as Rosemary’s Baby. It stars

Spoiler Alert: Hellraiser

What was it about this movie that stood out to me? Well, let’s get the synopsis out of the way first: a guy buys this fancy box, opens it – while shirtless and surrounded by candles, of

Review: THE CONJURING Delivers Haunted House Fun

I’ll go ahead and say upfront: I love exorcism films. They’re my favorite horror subgenre because we know the rules, we know the tropes, and new films are expected to have a fresh twist on the subject

Review: ONLY GOD FORGIVES Takes No Prisoners

Nicolas Winding Refn has gone on record to describe himself as a “fetish” filmmaker. Violence is chief among the subjects that Refn fetishizes. It’s inheritent in every film that he’s made: the PUSHER trilogy, BRONSON, VALHALLA RISING,