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Mar 17, 2019

Dan and Garrett return with a discussion of Michael Mann's 1981 neo-noir classic, THIEF. Garrett tries to apply some queer theory to Caan's character, Frank and Dan helps him extrapolate that to Mann's vision of masculinity at large by digging into Frank's picture of society, both literal and metaphorical. The boys...


Feb 24, 2019

Garrett and Dan are joined by cinema76.com's Andy Elijah to discuss Gregg Araki's MYSTERIOUS SKIN. The gang discuss the movie's difficult depiction of trauma and its instructive themes about sharing one's story, as well as its empathy for its characters and their point of view. They also discuss their Top 5 Breakout...


Feb 10, 2019

Dan and Garrett celebrate Black History month and the release of HORROR NOIRE: A HISTORY OF BLACK HORROR with a discussion of Bernard Rose's CANDYMAN. They also celebrate Women in Horror month with a chat about their favorite female film makers and their contributions to the boys' most favorite of genres.

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Jan 27, 2019

Garrett and Dan are back with a return to Mary Lambert's filmography, a director they fell in love with upon discovering her fantastic work on 1989's Pet Sematary. The boys discuss Lambert's excellent eye for upsetting images and her ability to craft tense action scenes, all while wondering why her career path never...


Jan 13, 2019

Dan and Garrett ring in the New Year and prepare for the upcoming remake with a first time watch of Mary Lambert's 1989 adaptation of Stephen King's PET SEMATARY. Written by King, it's equal parts dark and affecting drama and wildly bonkers horror, and the boys fall head over heels for the whole affair. In honor of...