Really Awful Movies: Ep 465 – Yummy
The Really Awful Movies Podcast
by Chris
6d ago
This week on the show, some Euro horror in the form of Yummy. Medical tourists venture to some sketchy hospital in Eastern Europe for some cosmetic procedures only to find out…the surgeries are far from routine. What lurks inside the institution is…well…tune in and find out. If you’re into body horror, laced with zany comedy, this Belgian production is for you.   ..read more
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Really Awful Movies: Ep 464 – White Zombie
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by Chris
1w ago
This week, we turn our attention to Bela Lugosi and the 1930s hit, White Zombie. Set in Haiti, this one was the first zombie film ever committed to celluloid, featuring the incredible Hungarian actor, Lugosi, in an iconic role ..read more
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Really Awful Movies: Ep 463 – Fatal Games
The Really Awful Movies Podcast
by Chris
2w ago
This week on the podcast, an atypical 80s slasher: Fatal Games. In advance of the Paris 2024 Summer Olympics, we turn our attention to sports-related horror on the show. This shoestring effort dials back the gore, and dials up the eye candy. It’s a spirited effort that benefits from strong performances and notable character actors like Sally Kirkland (The Sting) in lead roles. So, subscribe, check out the discussion of Fata Games and watch this not exactly podium-worthy entry into the 80s horror milieu.   ..read more
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Really Awful Movies: Ep 462 – The Ruins
The Really Awful Movies Podcast
by Chris
3w ago
This week on the podcast, we venture into the 2000s for a film which has no right to be as good as it is, The Ruins. With a tepid description on Netflix, this is a film that resembles a typical stalk-and-slash tourism-related horror with central casting interchangeable college kids. But DO NOT sleep on this one. Tune into the show for a wide ranging discussion of tourism-related horror, the Italian cannibal genre, and tone setting in modern horror ..read more
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Really Awful Movies: Ep 461 – The Rejuvenator
The Really Awful Movies Podcast
by Chris
1M ago
This week on the show, The Rejuvenator aka, Rejuvenatrix. But who are we kidding? This is basically Re-Animator! (which is basically Frankenstein). Anyway, this is a cult regional horror from New Jersey, which made few waves upon release in 1988. The plot? An ambitious scientist is mucking about with a brain serum anti aging agent. And one of his patrons, some Old Hollywood-styled dowager, insists he administer the experiential drug on her. What could POSSIBLY go wrong? Turns out, quite a lot. Tune into this week’s discussion of The Rejuvenator ..read more
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Really Awful Movies: Ep 460 – Run
The Really Awful Movies Podcast
by Chris
1M ago
A mom smothers her disabled daughter in a remote, Washington farmhouse. Run is unique in the thriller/horror realm in that a character confined to a wheelchair, is the protagonist. Tune in this week for a discussion of this popular and often very capable Hulu flick, later acquired for international distribution by Netflix ..read more
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Really Awful Movies: Ep 459 – Late Night with the Devil
The Really Awful Movies Podcast
by Chris
1M ago
This week on the show, the stellar and oft-talked about period horror, Late Night with the Devil. If you’re a fan of Johnny Carson, David Letterman and company, this is one for you. But even if you’re not, there’s enough meat in this one to satiate any horror fan, even if the 70s references can be a bit ham-fisted. Tune in for a discussion of this solid talk show-centric horror.   ..read more
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Really Awful Movies: Ep 458 – Zombeavers
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by Chris
1M ago
This week on the podcast, add another critter to the list of creature features/nature run amok flicks. If you thought rabbits in Night of the Lepus was pushing the envelope, well…here…we’ve got beavers. Zombeavers is from the producers of American Pie, so there are of course lots of the expected jokes. This one debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival of all places, and is a bit smarter than you’d think (but not by much). Tune in and subscribe!   ..read more
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Really Awful Movies: Ep 457 – Nobody
The Really Awful Movies Podcast
by Chris
2M ago
This week, we examine the quirky action film and Bob Odenkirk starrer, Nobody. Odenkirk, of course, is best known for two exemplary shows, Better Call Saul and Breaking Bad, and is hardly the first actor to spring to mind when you think “action.” But he acquires himself wonderfully here as a supposed family man with a shady shady past who crosses wires with some Russian goons. On this episode: John Wick Bob Odenkirk Road House Canadian suburbs A History of Violence/Eastern Promises Middle aged masculinity Tattoos in action films Tune in, subscribe to the podcast! New episodes are released ev ..read more
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Really Awful Movies: Ep 456 – Alice, Sweet Alice
The Really Awful Movies Podcast
by Chris
2M ago
This week on the show, Alice, Sweet Alice – a classic horror from the 1970s. A young girl, Karen (played by Brooke Shields) meets an untimely end in this religious-themed regional slasher by director Alfred Sole. Karen is murdered by an unknown assailant in a yellow raincoat and creepy translucent mask. And speaking of yellow, this one bears some of the hallmarks of giallo films from that era, despite these not being an influence on Sole.     ..read more
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