Hey everyone! Welcome to another episode of Motion Picture Meltdown! Because of my recent shenanigans with making the crew watch the Star Wars Holiday Special, Phil steals on of my picks and we collaborate on a couple of Bermuda Triangle movies. This week, we roast through Satan’s Triangle from 1975, as well as Triangle from 2009. In this episode, you’ll hear us come up with our own Bermuda Triangle theories, we wonder exactly how hard a dead swordfish’s sword is, and Cheat gets aggravated again for our usage of “sucked off”. Enjoy!Continue reading “MPM: Ep. 340 – The Lesser Hemsworth”
Hey everyone! Welcome to another episode of Motion Picture Meltdown! After a great response last year, we’ve decided to do another MPM Black History Month, where we only highlight films that are directed, acted, or written by African-Americans. In this episode, we roast through one of the staple horror anthologies from the 90’s, Tales From The Hood, as well as the recent 2018 sequel, Tales From The Hood 2. Both of these movies were directed by Rusty Cundieff (The Chappelle Show) and executive produced by Spike Lee. You’ll hear us talk about our personal hell, we talk about how relevant the stories from the 90’s are twenty-five years later, and we argue whether big villains are scarier than small villains. Enjoy!Continue reading “MPM: Ep. 336 – Welcome To Podcast Hell!”
Hey everyone! Welcome to another episode of Motion Picture Meltdown! We finish up doing horror anthologies with a couple of picks from Cheats. He hits us with an H.P. Lovecraft inspired movie from 1993, Necronomicon: Book Of The Dead as well as Southbound. In this episode, you’ll hear what theme we would make an anthology from, we wonder how much goo is too much goo, and once again, we see David Warner as a crazy scientist. Enjoy!
Hey everyone! Welcome to another episode of Motion Picture Meltdown! This week, Phil picks a couple of horror anthologies for us to watch. We go through Tales From The Darkside: The Movie, and Nightmares. In this episode, we talk about what video games universes we’d prefer to be trapped in, Phil hates hardcore on one of the stories, and we all make fun of the age William Hickey died at. Enjoy!
For a third year, I’m going to be watching at least one horror DVD per day and writing a short review about them. I’ve acquired a new batch that I haven’t previously seen, so without any further delay. Let’s get to work.
A modern day re-telling of the urban legend La Llorona. A beautiful woman who before committing suicide drowned her children because of her cheating husband. Now her curse is spreading and has possessed young mothers in a small suburban community. Now it is up to an investigator with psychic abilities to exorcise the spirit.