It takes a lot of effort to make as bad a movie as Troll 2, but thank God someone did! Known as the best worst movie ever made, it has to be seen to be believed. So visit the town of Nilbog with us but don't drink the free milk or get involved in a popcorn bukkake... After that we're running from nothing with Marky Mark in M Night Shyamalan's notorious crapfest, The Happening. Is it a misunderstood eco-horror throwback to the B-movies of yesteryear? Or is it just a pile of vomit? Only one way to find out. Tune in and laugh along with us in the first part of our epic trawl through the bargain bin of atrocious film-making...
When it comes to camp horror, they don't come much camper than Joan Crawford as an axe-murderer who refuses to age gracefully in Strait Jacket. The combination of a bona fide Hollywood diva clinging desperately to her career, and schlock-meister William Castle, not to mention a pulpy script by Robert Bloch, was never going to be dull. So hear all about the trash epic that is Strait Jacket, and hear us bitch about the behind the scenes shenanigans of a true gay icon who was so fierce she could give all your favourite villains a run for their money!
This one's for all the Hootie Tootie Disco Cuties! Gross-out horror comedy The Greasy Strangler has become a modern cult classic and a staple of stoned, drunken party viewing. Endlessly quotable, mainly disgusting, surreal and downright stupid. You either love it, or you hate it. And it divided the room for us! Hear us thrash it out over whether this film is a work of genius or toilet humour of the worst kind!
Contains poilers, not to mention lots of gross jokes about jizz and shitting the bed!
The classic 80s vampire flick with more than a passing resemblance to something a little queer. What links this movie with gay porn, and what went on between Roddy McDowall and Tab Hunter? We talk fangs, femme fatales and fabulous queens in this bloodsucker special. Filthy language and spoilers ahoy!
Stephen Moore reviews The Mummy (2017) and it ain't pretty! But then we take on the ACTUAL original - not the Brendan Fraser version. Boris Karloff and Zita Johanne give us life after death in the 1932 Universal monster classic. He's a genius. She's an exquisitely dramatic super-bitch who had some choice words for the ladies of Hollywood. Find out what they were in our new episode which comes with the usual slutty language and spoilers.
How the hell did the Babadook suddenly become a gay icon? Is it all a load of BS? Find out with our lighthearted look at a heavy-hearted film. Utterly terrifying, deeply moving and a modern classic, The Babadook was wowing audiences long before he earned his rainbow stripes. We take a look at what makes the movie so damn good.
In our second look at horror musicals we go to Center Stage summer camp for musical theatre nerds. A kabuki (or bukkake?) reimagining of Phantom of the Opera leads to stalk and slash mayhem amongst the all-singing, all-dancing, all-annoying ensemble. The film was a commercial and critical disaster but is it actually a camp classic in the making? Find out here! Spoilers, bad language, and pedo jokes abound. You've been warned!
Poverty porn, Franco's Spain... and Craig David? Never a dull moment when we take on the video nasties, and The Cannibal Man is no exception. Homoerotic Spanish horror never felt this sweaty or grimy, but did it deserve to be a video nasty and does it live up to that title? Spoilers ahead. Get a history lesson and have a laugh at the same time!
Check out our spoiler free review of Alien Covenant - followed by a spoilerific segment. Don't worry. You won't hear anything juicy until you get the horn.
Is it any good? What's so camp about David? Was it SUPPOSED to be so funny? Find out here and give us your feedback - tweet me @jonnylarkin or Jon Butler @cthulhu502!
Stephen is getting revenge for having to sit through POSSESSION. Yep, we're doing a musicals special! In this first part we look at Little Shop of Horrors and Sweeney Todd. I reveal a surprising crush, Martin is coming for the Disney gays, and Jonathan Butler is on the verge of tears over Somewhere That's Green. And you've heard nothing until you've heard Stephen's musical intros. 'Suddenly Seymour' will never be the same again. You might want to wear goggles.
Spoilers ahoy, and absolute utter filth!