Category Archives: Horror/Thriller

#171 – The Strange Color of Your Body’s Tears (2013)

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This week, for restitution for having egregiously picked an Asylum movie last week, Kyle has subjected Lincoln to one of his favorite things: weird foreign movies! They have watched and will discuss the 2013 Belgian film The Strange Color of Your Body’s Tears, which has been described as “a psychosexual fantasia” and “fucking weird” by various outlets. As Kyle is fond of sayng, it’s like if David Lynch decided to make a Dario Argento film. So it’s something else. They also talk about British spy movies and crap like that too.

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EXTRASODE: #17 – New Year’s Evil (1980)

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Don’t say we never did nothin for ya! To celebrate New Year’s Eve even further, we’re giving you an extra bit of content in the form of a throwback episode to our very first New Years episode, #17, New Year’s Evil, a terrible stupid slasher movie set at the turn of the year. Enjoy how young we sound, how much we just tell you what happens in the movie, and how much we swear. Man, it’s a lot.

Also, in the intro, Lincoln and Kyle make a big deal about the old theme song, “Funky Butt,” but this episode in fact does not contain it. So that’s pretty stupid.

Thanks for listening and Happy New Year’s!

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#161 – You’re Next (2011)

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This week, belatedly because they were behind on everything, Kyle and Lincoln talk about a horror movie called You’re Next, which is probably one of the best slasher/home invasion/woman empowerment movies made in a good long time. They also discuss television programs like The Flash and Doctor Who and movies like John Wick and Stonehearst Asylum. So, that gives you a good idea of what’s going on with this episode. Also, there’s some sidebars and some other such garbage.

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#157 – Hardware (1990) w/ Lucy Horton

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This week, Lincoln and Kyle are joined by actress, singer, dancer, and alternate groomsman Lucy Horton, an Englishwoman living in New York City who doesn’t sound like it at all, except sometimes she does. Together they discuss the 1990 cyberpunk film Hardware as well as how Lincoln has taken a lot of Lucy’s non-sexual firsts, how Gotham got better with its second episode, Lincoln turning 30, and how gross Porkins is. Like, super gross.

Lucy co-starred in Lincoln’s short film Pillow Talk, which you should watch, and be sure to follow her on Twitter because she’s cool.

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#156 – 5 Dolls for an August Moon (1970)

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A long time ago, in a galaxy that’s the same distance away as the galaxy you’re in currently, Kyle and Lincoln did a whole month looking at movies directed by the Italian maestro of the macabre, Mario Bava. Well, Lincoln’s chosen to bring it back, bring it back, all the way to Hackinsack by picking another film by Bava, 5 Dolls for an August Moon, which is basically an Agatha Christie mystery with naked ’70s women. They also discuss the new pilot Gotham, Lincoln saw Kevin Smith’s new movie Tusk, and Kyle watched a slew of documentary films. So stick all of that in your pipe and put your pipe down because it’s bad for you.

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#151 – Barracuda (1978)

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As the days until Lincoln’s impending nutpials dwindle ever-nearer to the zero hour (how dramatic can we make this sound?), the fellas find time to discuss Kinko’s woes, a little bit about Doctor Who, and saying a bunch of consonants in a row, before finally talking about the movie in question, the inaptly named Barracuda, a film with the original title of The Lucifer Project, which also doesn’t make any sense but at least isn’t a goddamned lie.

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#149 – Murders in the Rue Morgue (1971)

149 MurdersIt’s back to regular old WTF this week with just Kyle and Lincoln talking crap to each other about the 1971 horror film Murders in the Rue Morgue starring Jason Robards and Herbert Lom. In addition, they discuss Ninja Turtles, the ease of which people could murder other people in the olden days, why someone would just sell poison, and why on Earth a real ax would be kept amid prop axes. People just beg for trouble at that point.

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#147 – Cannibal! The Musical (1993) w/ Katrina Griffiths

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Lincoln is off taming shrews, so Kyle wraps up the month as he should, with another Canadian! Katrina Griffiths of the Verity! Podcast joins him to talk about her pick “Cannibal! The Musical”. They ramble on about different things Colorado-related, Katrina’s love of Mark Sheppard, and the brilliance of Trey Parker (he’s pretty great, you guys).

Lincoln’s back next week with frequent guests Joey Nicole Thomas and Rob Walker to talk about “Raiders of the Lost Ark”!

Follow Katrina on Twitter (@xanister) and follow her Tumblr

And if you haven’t yet, check out Lincoln’s short film Pillow Talk on his website

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#146 – The Mummy (1999) w/ Stephanie Cooke

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We continue Guests From Canada Month by welcoming back writer and podcaster Stephanie Cooke to the show. This time, she and Kyle talk about Stephen Sommers’ 1999 action-adventure film The Mummy. Does it still hold up 15 years later? Also discussed are science fiction films of the summer, why Van Helsing was nothing but garbage, the comedic nature of snooty English people saying “Totes,” and if Canadian people have accents (they do).

Follow Stephanie on Twitter and check out her podcasts Talking Comics and The Missfits.

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#143 – Captain Kronos — Vampire Hunter (1974)

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This week, the boys are in their silliest form and talking about the 1974 Hammer Horror swashbuckler, Captain Kronos – Vampire Hunter. It features the lovely Caroline Munro. You’re welcome, everyone. They also talk about the recurring figure of Brian Clemens in their podcast, how 22 Jump Street managed to out-meta the first one, and Kyle reviews some old things.

Lincoln’s short film Pillow Talk featuring many former guests of this podcast is available to watch now. Give it a look and a share, will ya? Lincoln Hayes Productions.

Next Week: Steven Schapansky joins to talk about Once Upon a Time in the West.

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