May 10, 2016
We're officially off that hellish ride through space, and onto bigger and better things. It was Brittany's turn to pick the flick this week, and feeling as though we deserved to treat ourselves, she selected 2014’s Housebound- a thriller/comedy straight out of New Zealand. Having heard nothing but great things about this movie, it felt a little indulgent… But hey, treat yo’self, amiright?
Housebound follows Kylie, a young delinquent who is sentenced to house arrest under her mother’s care after being arrested for breaking into an ATM. While stuck with her mother and stepfather, Kylie learns some disturbing things about their family home. Like how a teenage girl was murdered there decades ago… Back when their house was used as a mental institution. NBD. As Kylie becomes obsessed with solving the murder, things around the house just get weirder and weirder. Can she solve it before her and her mother become the killer’s next victims?
We've had a pretty good track record with movies made in New Zealand, so we discuss how this measures up to some of our favorites!
April 23, 2016
Welcome to a special Saturday edition of Second Class Cinema!
This whole "In Space Month" this is a little harder than initially anticipated. That being said this week we watched Hellraiser IV: Bloodline. Even with Adam Scott having a role in this movie and the prospect of Pinhead being shot with orange lasers couldn't truly salvage the movie. Our friend and b-movie professional Fallon was kind enough to come on and watch this one with us and then we blamed her for it because we're all good buddies here. This one prompted an interesting but unanimous rating.
April 7, 2016
In Space Month is FINALLY here on Second Class Cinema! But you all should have heard this in our April 1st episode. Sorry about that.
We kick it off with Brittany's pick, Leprechaun 4: In Space! The rules of In Space Month are easy, we have to pick a movie that takes it franchise in to outer space. We were surprised to find out how little this actually happened but it happened enough for us to notice, so that's a problem.
Special Guest Taryn came on to discuss this movie with us. Listen up!
March 22, 2016
It was Erik's pick this week and he picked the 1994 horrorish, comedyish movie Brainscan! We had Aaron on for this one and we DIDN'T get really drunk. Depending on how you look at it, could go either way.
February 1, 2016
It was Brittany's pick this week and she is absolutely tired of watching everyone else's GARBAGE picks so she picked something interesting. We watched the 2015 comedy horror movie The Final Girls! Big surprise Brittany picks a horror/comedy movie but hey who's counting? We have special guest Taryn come on to help us talk about this a-movie disguised as a b-movie.
January 13, 2016
Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama. 1989. That's what we watched this week. This horror/fantasy/comedy was picked by Brittany, if you couldn't already tell. Brittany's sister Taryn (Tee) comes on to join us for this one. We also tried to watch Dollman vs Demonic Toys and we discuss that on this episode as well. How does this compare to the other horror/comedy movies that we've watched? Listen up as we try and piece the puzzle together that is this movie.
November 30, 2015
Brittany is back at it again with another horror comedy. We watched the 2015 release from New Zealand, Deathgasm! A death metal band forced to battle the devil after playing a song that causes people in ear shot to become possessed. This movie was BRUTAL! What kind of brutal you ask? Listen up to find out how it measure up on the Fuck Scale!
November 25, 2015
We recorded this 1 year ago and thought it was relevant for Thanksgiving day tomorrow! Enjoy this Thanksgiving slasher discussion from out super early years. Those were some rough times for us so heads up. This will not appear on our main site, just a treat for all of those downloading our episodes! I think I might actually regret uploading this.
November 10, 2015
It's our one year anniversary! Woo. To make this episode extra special to us, we decided to watch the 1997 movie The Necro Files. Why is that special you ask? Our movie tonight was directed by Matt Jaissle, also the director of the first movie we covered Back From Hell (if you decide to listen be warned, it's rough)! We were lucky enough to interview Matt Jaissle about his work and you can find that episode here. Tom purchased this movie and waited for the right time to watch it and I think we found it.