It's an exciting time on the show when we can watch a submission! They might not even know we do a podcast but hey, they know we like movies. Erik's sister recommended the 1982 post-apocalyptic-fantasy-sci-fi-adventure She!
Keeping on with Horror Movie Month, we watched something a little more traditional in style, kind of. Tom picked the 1987 sci-fi/horror movie The Kindred! This was an interesting watch for us because we really had no clue what we were getting in to. Brandon came on to help us discuss this movie, and this is one of his personal favorites. He even brought an old Fangoria magazine that had an article about this movie. Where do you think this movie will measure on the Fuck scale?
On this week's episode, we did something we've never done before.... We covered THREE movies. That's right. That means we sat through 3 movies in a row and then recorded this VERY long episode after. It was grueling. Aaron's back in town to discuss all three of Neil Breen's movies; Double Down (2005), I Am Here.... Now (2009) and Fateful Findings (2013). Listen up to find out how they all measured up during our ratings! This episode is a healthy 1 hour 45 minutes, so god bless you all.
On this week's podcast we discuss Erik's pick, the 1988 Godfrey Ho monster movie Thunder of Giant Serpent! This is Erik's second time picking a Godfrey Ho movie, the first being RoboVampire. We had our friend and fellow b-movie lover Fallon on to help get in to grave detail the deeper meanings of girls mounting snakes. It get's real analytical-like here on the Second Class Cinema this week so listen up and find out how it may have impacted our ratings!
It's Brittany's pick and she picked the 1979 horror movie The Brood, directed by David Cronenberg. Not quite sure we were expecting a very deep film today but hey what else can we expect from David Cronenberg? We certainly experienced some ups and downs with this AND we all gave it the same rating, find out how it measured up on the Fuck Scale!
It's the LAST day of Kid's Movie Month! YAAAAAY!!! We felt like wrapping the month up with something a little strange, and that was the 1988, sci-fi/thriller Nukie! Ok maybe it wasn't a "thriller" but Nukie IS terrifying. Jimmy came on to talk about this one with us to help figure out who Nukie is, why he's here, and why he just won't die. We go over whether or not this movie would be watchable for children today as well as a long detailed list of what we think Nukie is ACTUALLY made of. LISTEN UP!
Fresh out of Cult Month, Erik picks the 1991 Action-Comedy Dollman. Brought to us by Full Moon Entertainment; this movie was not the movie we thought it was going to be when we started but we're sure glad we were wrong. Second time guest Brian assists us in reviewing this one.