NEW NIGHTMARE (1994)

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Freddy’s dead and gone, but you can never keep a good slasher down! The series was resurrected just three short years later with the topic of this episode, 1994’s NEW NIGHTMARE!

Join us as we review the film, Brennan pulls out an evangelical plot twist, Sergio comes out as pro-Angel, and we rank all the Nightmare movies!

Ten Word Reviews: Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

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A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET (1984)

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We’re kicking off our third franchise marathon with A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET (1984). Ever heard of it?

Join us as we review the film, Brennan rhapsodizes about Wes Craven, Sergio tries to convince him to add the remake to the schedule, and we discuss our favorite gory moments.

Ten Word Reviews: She-Devil, Crazy Rich Asians, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before

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Oscar Skeleton #3: Laurie Metcalf in SCREAM 2 (1997)

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Our Oscar season keeps on trucking as we visit Best Supporting Actress nominee Laurie Metcalf in her second best role: as Debbie Salt in 1997’s SCREAM 2!

Join us as we review the film, Sergio brings up Sam Waterston for no reason, Brennan discovers a two hour movie he’s not mad at, and we dive into the dark past of Aunt Jackie!

Ten Word Reviews: The Open House, Fifty Shades Darker, Darkest Hour, The Cloverfield Paradox

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John Carpenter Month #4: BODY BAGS (1993)

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Another month down! We’re closing our special Shocktober John Carpenter month with a fun little treat. Or is it a trick? We delve into the 1993 Showtime anthology movie BODY BAGS!

Join us as we review the film, we run through the varying quality of each of the three segments, Brennan is excited to point out horror cameos, and Sergio gets very territorial about his top four of the month!

Ten Word Reviews: Ben & Arthur, I Married a Monster from Outer Space, Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse

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