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Biweekly podcast from the guys behind The Video Graveyard. Tackles topics related to horror and b-movies as well as music, comics, books, and much more! You never know what to expect on GBW!

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Episode 80: We Watched Stuff Redux
It's been a little while since we've discussed all the movies we're constantly watching so, for this episode in between guests, we decided just to talk all about the films that made their way onto our television screens.<p> There's some 80's wrestling action, Josh gets heavily into films that feature both cops AND hookers, some menacing sharks, crazy cult leaders, the expected 'VHS Adventure' and a whole lot more!<p> Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps!<p> Links to all our web stuff at www.gbwpodcast.com
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Episode 79: Bad Cookie vs. Body Horror
For this episode we welcome the team behind Vancouver based Bad Cookie Pictures, Ariel Hansen and Topher Graham, to talk all about their short films "Ready to Burst", "Paint the Town Red", and "The Man in the Rabbit Mask" as well as all their upcoming projects and how they ended up in the horror game in the first place.<p> Then we invited them to join us in naming our favourite body horror films. The only guideline was: there wasn't any! Meaning we all had very diverse lists that included some films you might have expected, some surprises, and even a little bit of the old A2M. WARNING: things might get a bit raunchy at times!<p> For more on Bad Cookie go to: https://www.facebook.com/BadCookiePictures/<p> Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps!<p> Links to all our web stuff at www.gbwpodcast.com
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Episode 78: Scream Factory
Being big collectors and supporters of physical media, we here are GBW have decided to discuss another distributor of all sorts of genre gems on blu-ray and DVD. This time out it's the much loved Scream Factory who have, over the last five years, delivered all sorts of horror goodness to our door from elaborate collector's editions, to bizarre double features, and some obscure gems that have never been released on anything but VHS. We've chosen our top five favourite releases and will tell you all about them.<p> But first, we're talking about what we've watched including a cute alien visiting earth, a hockey masked killer (in 3D!), one of the finest crime films of the 1990's, Madonna's most popular movie, and lots more!<p> Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps!<p> Links to all our web stuff at www.gbwpodcast.com
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Episode 77: Jaws Franchise
Dunnn-nunnnn-dunnnn-nunnn. Welcome to episode 77 of GBW and this time it might not be safe to go into the water.<p> It's time for another franchise episode as we tackle the four <i>Jaws</i> films. Starting in 1975 with Steven Spielberg's classic, Bruce (the shark) and the folks of Amity have had a long relationship that ran for four films - each just a little bit worse than that before it. Tune in an hear how we rank the series, our favourite (and least favourite) moments, and a whole lot of shark talk.<p> First off we talk about what we've been watching including a visit to the universe of Ash Williams, a few poor horror films, Josh's continuing VHS adventures, and much more!<p> Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps!<p> Links to all our web stuff at www.gbwpodcast.com
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Episode 76: Space Invaders
Do aliens exist? Do they come in peace? This is a question movies have asked for decades.<p> It being the Halloween season, we've decided that if aliens are out there they most definitely WON'T be coming in peace. Therefore we've chosen our top five favourite "Space Invaders" films and they range from horror, to comedy, to action and all sorts of things in-between.<p> First off we talk about what we've been watching including a return visit to Elm Street, some of <i>The Devil's Candy</i>, a handful of disco, a John Waters musical, and much more!<p> Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps!<p> Links to all our web stuff at www.gbwpodcast.com
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Episode 75: Music Concerts & Curios
It's been said that music is the Devil's tool. For the latest episode of GBW we've decided to each pick our top six favourite concert films as well as six music curios - for a total of 666 (insert Devil's horns here). It's a mixture of new wave, hippie culture, Americana, and even some dudes in funky costumes. So tune in and hear what our favourite filmed musical moments are. <p> First up, we talk about what we've been watching including Josh giving a second opinion on <i>It</i>, <i>Baby Driver</i>, and <i>The Big Sick</i> while Chris checked out <i>mother!</i> There's also some Eddie Murphy, Tom Cruise and his most asshole-ish, and some mercenaries who get up to all sorts of mischief. Plus much more! <p> Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! <p> Links to all our web stuff at www.gbwpodcast.com
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Episode 74: Bond 1962-1971
Bond, James Bond. If that's not one of the more famous film lines in history, we don't know what is. <p> Welcome to the first of four episodes where we dive headfirst into the long-running and much loved James Bond series. Based on Ian Fleming's novels, this series brought the World a macho, suave British spy who, when not busy bedding various females, is stopping the baddies from enacting their various (ridiculous) nefarious plots. <p> This first episode covers the years 1962-1971 where Sean Connery ruled the roost - apart from George Lazenby's solo appearance in <i>On Her Majesty's Secret Service</i>. We even decided to talk about 1983's <i>Never Say Never Again</i> - just because. <p> Tune in as Josh relives some childhood memories, and finds them lacking at times, and Chris sees the series for the very first time! <p> Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! <p> Links to all our web stuff at www.gbwpodcast.com
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Episode 73: The Lazy Days Of Summer
Summer makes us lazy here at GBW. Plus, our planned episode just didn't pan out. So, for this episode there is no topic and we're talking about the abundant films we watched since last time. We start off talking about attending Vancouver's Cinemafantasique 3 this weekend where we had a blast with Pool Party Massacre, checked out the latest Nuke 'Em High film, met a psychotic Oliver, and enjoyed multiple short films. From there it's a smorgasbord of Kong, a Gun Woman, some amazons, some gladiators, a Blackcoat's Daughter, some Fast Times, and much more! Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! Links to all our web stuff at www.gbwpodcast.com
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Episode 72: Synapse Films
We here at GBW are avid movie collectors and this is one of the greatest times to be one as there are many labels out there delivering the goods. That's why we decided to take a suggestion from a listener and start shining the spotlight on the company's we love. Our first subject, the quality control obsessed Synapse Films. Formed in 1997, Synapse have delivered so many great titles in their ten years of existence and don't look to be slowing down one bit. If you need your fix of Italian horror, outrageous Asian fare, and low-budget cinema you might not be aware of; Synapse will deliver. As always we first talk about what we've been watching as Chris finally finishes the Police Academy series, Josh re-watches one of the greatest sex comedies of all-time, there's more stoner comedy on tap, and much more! Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! Links to all our web stuff at www.gbwpodcast.com
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Episode 71: Summer Camp
It's a rite of passage when you're a kid. Yes, we're talking all about summer camp. We certainly don't have great memories of going but lots of people out there do - which might explain why there's quite a few movies set at camp be them horror, comedy, or something else. We talk about our favourites and a few you might not know about. First up we catch you up to speed on what we've watched including multiple trips to the theatre, a couple of franchise continuations, Mark Mark getting psycho, a T&A 'bait & switch', and much more! Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! Links to all our web stuff at www.gbwpodcast.com
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Episode 70: Underrated 80's
The 70's were just the beginning! We welcome back past guest/filmmaker Vince D'Amato as a co-host for the second in our series of episodes where we'll be diving back into the past five decades of film. The 1980's may go down as the most schizophrenic for movies but, like all decades, there's some that just don't get the attention and recognition they deserve and that's where we come in! Josh, Chris, and Vince have all chosen ten films each that they feel deserve to be seen by movie fans everywhere and it's quite an assortment of horror, action, horny teenagers, and much more - plus where else are you going to hear the sweet strains of the Ghostbusters theme? Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! Links to all our web stuff at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 69: Headed For The 80's
Before getting down to business in episode 70 with our "UNDERRATED 80's" lists, we invited past guest (and friend to the podcast) Vince D'Amato to join us for a pre-episode where we talk all about what we've watched since last episode. We have another dive into Police Academy, some indie flicks you can find on Netflix, a handful of horror movies, Josh diving back into his VHS collection and much, much more! Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! Links to all our web stuff at www.gbwpodcast.com
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Episode 68: It's A Wrap!
Universal debuted their "Dark Universe" line this past week with Tom Cruise's The Mummy and the reception was, shall we say, less than kind. That's where we come in as we're here to tell you all about other films that contain some form of Egyptian curse that causes people to either shamble around wrapped in bandages looking for revenge, get possessed by some form of ancient goddess, or go tomb raiding. From the classics, to the lesser known, and (yes) even the Cruise film are mentioned. First we're talking about what we watching including two trips to the theatres to see a butt-kicking female superhero and deceivingly marketed 'horror' film, Chris continuing his journey through an ensemble comedy series, two 'killer kids' movies, some heavy metal horror mayhem, another dive into Josh's over-stuffed VHS collection and much more! Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! Links to all our web stuff at www.gbwpodcast.com
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Episode 67: 3D
Are you ready for the third dimension? For this episode we tackle 3D. From its heyday in the 1950's, its impact on cinema going, the fact that it really was considered a "fad", and its eventual resurgence in modern times. We also give our opinions on the format and talk about our favourites that used 3D to their advantage. First up we've got a lot of films we've watched between episodes ranging from a bunch of low-brow comedies, an alien taking on Arnold Schwarzenegger, the debut film from a stoner duo, Josh being amazed at Chris' quickness mentioning an obscure director, and much more! Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! Links to all our web stuff at www.gbwpodcast.com
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Episode 66: Scream Queens!
Linnea. Brinke. Michelle. If those three names paired together make sense to you, then this is the episode you want to hear! Actresses who have made a career appearing in numerous horror flicks have been given the title "Scream Queen" but what exactly does that mean? We go through our definition of the term, who we think are the earliest examples of the type, the actresses we think deserve the term, and (of course) the trio we mentioned above. First up, we talk about what we've been watching including our big screen adventures with The Evil In Us and The Descent, some questionable comedy choices we made that include guys in drag as well as Adam Sandler and some police recruits, a bunch of Dollarama choices, and much more! Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! Links to all our web stuff at www.gbwpodcast.com
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Episode 65: Musicians Who Act
For this episode we've decided to pick our favourite musicians who took a turn at acting as well. We're not talking attempted 'starmaking' vehicles like Brittney Spear's Crossroads or Mariah Carey in "Glitter" - we're talking musicians who actually made a go of stepping in front of the camera and had success doing so. It's a varied list filled with names you might (and might not) expect. First up, we talk about what we've been watching and this time we both report back from seeing Free Fire on the big screen, wax figures come alive to kill, a movie gets "gonged", ex-NFL player Howie Long tries to go all action hero, Josh has issues with Ferris, and much more! Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! Links to all our web stuff at www.gbwpodcast.com
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Episode 64: Jackie Kong
Jackie Kong has directed such films as The Being, Night Patrol and the cult classic Blood Diner. We got the opportunity to sit down with her before a Midnight screening of Diner to talk about her career, the longevity of her films and the struggles of being a female filmmaker in a male dominated industry. Along the way we have a few laughs, hear a few stories and get an exclusive on her ongoing Blood Diner "Insanity Tour". After the interview be sure to stick around to hear us talk about what we've been watching and, while it might not be the best of films, there are giant robots, golf course mayhem, werewolves, and much more! Links to all our web stuff at www.gbwpodcast.com Visit Jackie at https://www.facebook.com/findingsheetar/
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Episode 63: We Watched Stuff
After a three week hiatus in which co-host Josh was on vacation, we ended up watching way too much stuff! First off, Josh tells us all about the cool and bizarre stuff he saw on his two week jaunt to Japan and then we get down to the business at hand: talking about movies! We get a best picture Oscar winner, an 80's slasher Chris actually hasn't seen, Chris is told to GET OUT, Josh goes on a lengthy rant about the new Kong movie, and so much more! Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! Links to all our web stuff at www.gbwpodcast.com
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Episode 62: Underrated 70's
Strap yourselves in for a marathon! We welcome back past guest Vince D'Amato as a co-host for the first in a series of episodes where we'll be diving back into the past five decades of film. The 1970's was a great time for movies but, like all decades, there's some that just don't get the attention and recognition they deserve and that's where we come in! Josh, Chris, and Vince have all chosen ten films each that they feel deserve to be seen by movie fans everywhere and it's quite an assortment of horror, cop action, drama, and much more - plus where else are you going to hear the words "spider vagina"? Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! Links to all our web stuff at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 61: GBW n the Hood
For this episode of GBW we get down with our 'gangsta' self. Thanks to the success of Boyz n the Hood there was a heavy influx of movies set in the 'hood - usually the mean streets of Los Angeles or New York City. We look back at this sub-genre and talk about our favourites and one's we think are worth checking out if you're interested in movies that mixed in such elements as drive-by shootings, ambitions that go beyond your environment, and drugs. First we discuss what we've been watching including Chris' continued attempts to catch up on 2016 movies, a VHS trip to the Philippines, an urban legend-themed sequel, and much more! Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! Links to all our web stuff at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 60: Bill & Ted Franchise
"Party On, Dudes!" Take a trip in a time travelling phone booth with us as we look back at the Bill & Ted franchise. These two dunderheaded California surfer dudes with rock star dreams entertained us (and caused all sorts of havoc throughout time and in Hell) in two movies: Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure and Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey. We talk about the films, our memories of them both, and what sort of impact or spin-offs resulted from their success. First we discuss what we've been watching including a blood-soaked prom night, a dinner party gone wrong, Josh continuing his VHS adventures, and much more! Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! Links to all our web stuff at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 59: Ryan & Megan Nicholson
For episode 59 of GBW we invite two special guests to the show: Ryan and Megan Nicholson. Ryan's been in the special effects game since way back in the 1990's and has worked on such films as Final Destination, The Pledge, and many more. He also has been directing, under the Plotdigger Films banner, a bunch of memorable extreme horror flicks like Live Feed, Gutterballs, and Hanger. His wife, Megan, is also an effects artist with varied horror and television credits and along with Ryan works on all sorts of genre endeavours. We sat down with them both to learn about how they got into horror, became interested in make-up effects, and what the future holds for them both. There's also a lot of laughs along the way and many memorable stories about such people as Jon Voight and Morgan Freeman. Find the Nicholson's on the web at www.plotdiggerfilms.com Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! Links to all our web stuff at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 58: Home Wreckers
Obsession meets psychosis for the latest episode of GBW where we dive into one of our favourite sub-genres: Home wrecking crazy girls. We're talking girls who worm their way into the families of their crushes and proceed to destroy them. Teenagers who try to seduce older men. And a little bit of bunny boiling on the side. First up, we talk about what we've been watching including The Autopsy of Jane Doe, another journey on the Train to Busan, some really poor kickboxing adventures, and more of Josh's descent into his over-stuffed VHS collection. Plus more! Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! Links to all our web stuff at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 57: 2016 Recap
It's the beginning of a new year and time for our annual recap of the movies of the past year. We pick our top five favourite films of the year (and argue a bit about it), have some honourable mentions, and list the movies we're anticipating for 2017 - including a few blockbusters, a lot of indie fare, and even a couple of cannibal flicks! As always we start off talking about what we've watching including Josh's attempts to watch more 2016 movies, Chris realizing that at one time Steven Seagal was actually pretty bad-ass, a couple of titles from the fine folks at Arrow Video, and the continuing VHS adventures of Josh. Plus more! Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! Links to all our web stuff at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 56: It's Cold!
If you lived in a climate that actually had winter, I'm sure you remember wishing there'd be a snow day on those days the white stuff was falling from the sky. A day of snowball fights, snowmen, and generally non-education related mayhem. For this episode of GBW, we're talking all about movies set in the snowy landscape but, in most cases, they're not exactly 'fun'. It's a battle against the elements, against various evil people, and (in some cases) against yourself. Films like The Thing, Cliffhanger, Alive, and much more. First up, we talk all about what we've been watching as we continue our vacation at Sleepaway Camp, have a Killer Party, fly planes with Tom Selleck, and Josh continues his VHS adventure. Plus more! Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! Links to all our web stuff at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 55: Jeffrey Combs / Barbara Crampton
For the first of a new GBW series, we've gathered together a duo of actors who we think are worth talking about. Most known for their work in 1985's Re-Animator, we look at the careers and highlights of cult actors Jeffrey Combs and Barbara Crampton. We talk about our love of Combs' ability to own craziness, Chris' proclamation that Crampton is one of his favourite 80's "sex symbols", and how they both managed to work together multiple times and star in many memorable horror and b-movies along the way. First up, we talk all about what we've been watching, as Josh's VHS adventure takes him to Africa, we head back to Sleepaway Camp, there's a whole slew of evil kids lurking in a cornfield, Josh finally gets to revisit I, The Jury, and much more! Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! Links to all our web stuff at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 54: The Big House
"Live a life of crime and you do the time." For this episode we visit 'The Big House'. That's right, we head behind bars to talk all about prison movies. We've excluded women-in-prison (as that is an episode unto itself) but here we talk all about Alcatraz, a couple of Stephen King adaptations, and that time that Jean-Claude Van Damme went undercover in prison to hunt down a serial killer(?!). There's many more flicks set in 'The Joint" that we cover and it would be 'criminal' if you don't listen - I'm done with the silly jokes now. First off, we talk all about what we've been watching as Josh dusts off another relic of his VHS collection, Chris watches a couple of random sequels, and we look at a couple of Blumhouse releases. Plus much more! Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! Links to all our web stuff at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 53: Under The Sea
Plenty of unknown things lurk under the water and for the latest episode of GBW we go diving into the horror genre to bring you some of our favourite (and not so favourite) water based monster movies. Instead of focusing on sharks, octopi, and other water based animals we've decided to only discuss things that aren't quite of nature. We're talking Humanoids, mutant monsters galore, and even a creature from the black lagoon. These water dwelling beasts have had enough of humankind invading their homes and will do anything to prove it. First off, we talk all about what we've been watching as Chris binges on a ton of horror for Halloween, Josh continues his VHS adventures, things blow up really good in Hired to Kill, and so much more! Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! Links to all our web stuff at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 52: American Zombies!
With the return of "The Walking Dead" upon us very soon, we've decided to dive into the flesh-eating sub-genre of zombie flicks placing our focus on the American made entries. We all know that George A. Romero and "Night of the Living Dead" is responsible for reinventing zombies in 1968 but what about what came before that? Was it all just voodoo and non-gut munching? And what do we think are worthy movies that followed in Romero's wake? Tune in as we talk all about the undead and their cravings for flesh! First we talk about what we've been watching including newer fare like The Love Witch and Train to Busan as well as the torture porn-like home invasion of The Collector, a third trip to the world of The Lost Boys, and the first installment of "JOSH'S VHS ADVENTURES" where our brave co-host tries to pare down his VHS collection and starts with a whole lot of Philip Michael Thomas. Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! Links to all our web stuff at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 51: RoboCop Franchise
"Your move, creep." Nowadays 1987's RoboCop is considered a sci-fi/action classic. We thought it was time to revisit the entire franchise and learnt all about the laws of diminishing returns. We also declare that Paul Verhoeven is awesome, Frank Miller needs to stick to writing comics, and Peter Weller is, in fact, the man. (Plus Josh really doesn't like Nancy Allen in these movies). First off we talk about what we've been watching with us both weighing in on The Final Girls and Blair Witch as well as some Cynthia Rothrock, 80's comedy spoofing, and cannibalistic westerns. Plus much more! Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! Links to all our web stuff at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 50: Todd Masters
We made it! That's right, GBW has hit 50! And what better way to celebrate than to bring you our biggest guest ever! To help us celebrate our 50th, we talk to effects maestro Todd Masters. The head of Masters FX and having worked on such films as Slither, Night of the Creeps, and Tales from the Crypt: Demon Knight as well as such big name television shows as "True Blood" and "Fringe", Todd was kind enough to allow us to visit his Vancouver studio and sit down with us to talk all about his career including some amazing stories and a whole bunch of laughs. Tune in as we talk to one of the premiere effects artists working today! Connect with Todd as www.mastersfx.com and on Twitter @ToddMasters Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! Links to all our web stuff at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 49: Top 10 80's Action
Growing up in the 80's was the prime time for some high testosterone manliness and THE decade for the All-American action hero. The kind of guy who could take out an entire army of baddies all by himself - usually with guns that never seemed to need reloading. We're talking names such as Chuck Norris, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Sylvester Stallone. What are our favourite 80's action flicks? Which would we not hesitate to recommend to those who (sadly) missed out on this prime-time for over-the-top and ridiculous action? Tune in and hear both of our lists - and be as surprised as we are at a couple of the entries. But first, we talk about what we've been watching including a movie that takes George A. Romero's name in vain, a visit to the theatre to see Don't Breathe, the cowboy robots of Westworld, and much more! Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! Links to all our web stuff at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 48: The Raimi
With his kinetic energy, creative camera movements, and (at times goofy) sense of humour, Sam Raimi has made tons of memorable films during his career. Aside from being behind one of the more iconic horror franchises in the past thirty-years with The Evil Dead; Sam also directed the best superhero movie of all-time with Spider-Man 2, tackled westerns with The Quick & The Dead, and even took a trip to the land of Oz. He also has produced such cult favourites as “Xena: Warrior Princess” and horror flicks under the Ghost House label as well as trying his hand in acting. We dig the guy and talk all about him in Episode 48. First we talk about what we’ve watched and somehow manage to relate “Stranger Things”, the Ghostbusters remake, and Suicide Squad to each other as well as talk about some killer bugs (Infested), one of David Lynch’s finest films (The Elephant Man), and Josh goes back on his word and watches Lake Placid vs. Anaconda – plus much more! Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! Links to all our web stuff at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 47.5: Catching Up / Deadly Vehicles [Pt. 2]
Oh, boy, do we have a lot of movies to talk about this time! So many, in fact, that we've decided to split this episode into two parts. We've finished talking about what we've watched and now it's time to talk all about "Deadly Vehicles". From the supernatural revenge-fueled hatred of Christine, to the demented trucker of Duel, and all sorts of vehicular mayhem. Tune is as Josh and Chris talk all about the deadliest flicks on wheels! Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! Links to all our web stuff at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 47: Catching Up / Deadly Vehicles [Pt. 1]
Oh, boy, do we have a lot of movies to talk about this time! So many, in fact, that we've decided to split this episode into two parts. This first installment has Chris and Josh bringing you up to speed on what they've been watching including some anthologies by the way of V/H/S 2, a whole bunch of movie/music related documentaries (I Am Thor, to name one), and tons more. This is what happens when we don't talk about these things for a month! After this episode, we will be following it with a .5 where we dive into our selected topic "Deadly Vehicles". You may know them by their name (Christine), their look (The Car), or just their merciless, ahem, "drive" (Duel) - all this can be had... NEXT TIME! Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! Links to all our web stuff at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 46: Vince D'Amato
This week on GBW we welcome special guest, Vince D'Amato. A staple on the Vancouver indie film circuit for around fifteen years, Vince co-founded Creepy Six Films who are responsible for such flicks as Vampires vs. Zombies (aka Carmilla) and The Hard Cut, is the programmer/director of Shivers Film Society who strive to bring lesser-known indie films and classics to the big screen as well as organize special guests such as Lloyd Kaufman, and he has also formed Brivido Giallo to create modern day giallo inspired films. We fill Vince up with plentiful beer for an interview that spans such topics as his first horror movie experiences, how he became an indie director and the challenges along the way, what the impetus was for forming Shivers, and even manage to get some giallo recommendations for those of us (like Chris) who are just starting to get into the sub-genre. Tune in for this talk and make sure to visit Vince on the web at www.creepysixfilms.com as well as www.shiversfilmsociety.com Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! Links to all our web stuff at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 45: Caligula
Somehow in 1979, Penthouse hooked up with some Italian filmmakers and "legit" actors like Malcolm McDowell and Helen Mirren to make a historical film about the life and insanity of Roman Emperor Caligula. Oh, and did I mention they also decided to insert a bunch of hardcore sex while they were at it? It's a movie that's production history is so damn bizarre and fascinating that it's easy to see why this has gone on to be such a cult movie. Why did this get made? What were they thinking? How many cock close-ups do we possibly need? We watched Caligula and talk all about it. But first we catch you up on what we've been watching including James Wan's Conjuring 2, a trip back to found footage land, Josh ranting about one of the worst movie's he's (possibly) ever seen, and much more! [Topic Begins around 0:54 mark] Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! Links to all our web stuff at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 44: Movie Reference Books!
Yes, there was a time before the good 'ole internet where we actually had to resort to books (not IMDB) to learn about movies. Where we built up of knowledge of all things filmmaker, horror, b-movie, and beyond. It was a glorious time to be a kid and thanks to the abundance of movie reference books out there you can recapture the thrill of flipping through pages of analysis and stills. First off we'll catch you up on the (lots) we've been watching in the three weeks between episodes including some Nice Guys, a couple of murderous doll movies, and an oddly large amount of found footage flicks. [Topic Begins around 1:34 mark] Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! Links to all our web stuff at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 43: Lesser Known Monsters
We all know Frankenstein. King Kong. Godzilla. But what about the monsters equally as cool that you might not know about? This episode we shine the light on monsters we think deserve more recognition from the smallest of minions, to a toothy outer space invader, and even a sssssssnake man. But first, as usual, we fill you in on what we've been watching as Josh (finally) finishes another franchise, we look at another 80's slasher flick from Arrow Video, and much more! [Topic Begins around 1:14 mark] Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! Links to all our web stuff at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 42: Missing In Action!
Hey, kids! Do you like explosions? Our hero having his name yelled repeatedly by upset bad guys? Top rippings? Jet powered boats? Bad covers of Rod Stewart songs? You'll get all this and more as we tackle the Missing in Action series for episode 42 of GBW! However, first we take a long time to catch you up on what we've been watching (it's been a month, after all) as we talk the holy grail of 80's slashers, a daredevil documentary, the newly released Hush, a whole lot of Reb Brown and much, much more! If you're a fan of Chuck Norris - or 80's Cannon action flicks where stuff blows up real good - then tune in as we get lost in the jungles of Vietnam. [Topic Begins around 1:25 mark] Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! Links to all our web stuff at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 41: Robin Bougie
This episode we sit down with Robin Bougie. Cartoonist, creator of the off-beat Cinema Sewer magazine, writer of the awesome XXX poster loving Graphic Thrills books, and recently behind the adult comic book "Sugar Spread". We talk all about the beginnings of Cinema Sewer, hear tales of 70's porn, talk about some of our favourite XXX movie spoofs, touch on our first video store experiences, and end it all with one of the funniest word faux pas ever! Check out everything Robin at www.cinemasewer.com Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! Links to all our web stuff at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 40: The Outsiders Legacy
We read S.E. Hinton's novel in school. We got caught up in the tale of the greasers vs. the socs. Francis Ford Coppola brought it to the big screen and brought one of the biggest young ensemble casts of the 80's.<p> Names like Howell, Swayze, Lowe, and Cruise co-starred and all of them went on to lengthy careers of various quality. We take a look at them all and talk about our favourite moments in their resumes.<p> But first, we first catch you up with what we've been watching as Chris has a hard time being positive about his latest viewings including getting really mad about Kevin Smith. Meantime, Josh talks about Zack Snyder's takes on Superman and gets all "women in chains" with Pam Grier and Margaret Markov Plus much more!<p> [Topic Begins around 1:08 mark]<p> Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps!<p> Links to all our web stuff at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 39: Top Ten Vampire Movies
Of all the horror sub-genres it's pretty safe to say that vampires have been given the most attention. There's just so many out there, how could you possibly choose? That's where we come in! We've both chosen our top ten favourite vampire movies of all-time varying from the arthouse, to the grindhouse, to the "this is so 80's" cannon - with some surprises in-between. So tune in and hear us talk all about the 'children of the night'. As always, we first catch you up with what we've been watching as Chris revisits a superhero flick of his youth, the guys continue their recent love affair with everything Burt Reynolds, and Josh half-heartedly chants Beetlejuice three times. Plus much more! [Topic Begins around 1:00 mark] Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! Links to all our web stuff at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 38: Drive-In Double Features
Despite having its peak in the 50's and 60's, the drive-in movie theatre will be forever ingrained into history. Where else can you spend a summer night watching two movies, stuffing your face full of popcorn and hot dogs, hanging out with buddies, and (hopefully) making out in the backseat of your car? In the spirit of this bygone cinema-going experience we've come up with lists of movies we'd love to see paired up and on a giant outdoor screen while the speaker hooked up to our car window gives off the crackly sounds of tinny gunfire and explosions. First off we catch you up with what we've been watching as Chris takes a big journey back to the 80's with the likes of the javelin killing slasher flick Fatal Games and Flashdance while Josh continues his path towards depravity with I Spit on Your Grave 2 as well as discovering one of his favourite vampire movies of all-time. Plus much more! [Topic Begins around 1:09 mark] Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! Links to all our web stuff at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 37: The Corman
There's not too many people you can point at and say they are not only a legend but also a maverick, a shrewd businessman, a mentor, and a harvester of talent but all these things (and more) can be said about legendary filmmaker/producer Roger Corman. For this episode of GBW we talk about one of the guys, if not THE guy, who got us into b-movies - and movies in general - with his mix of exploitation that included much comedy, a whole lot of over-the-top violence, and the much welcomed occasional nudity. And he did it all with a smile. But first we'll catch you up to speed on what we've been watching including another excursion into Japanese crime cinema of the 60's, Arrow Video delivering a much sought after 80's slasher, more crocodile chomping humans madness, and an early look at The Witch. [Topic Begins around 1:21 mark] Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! Links to all our web stuff at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 36: Tapeheads
In the 80's John Cusack starred in many beloved flicks such as Better Off Dead and Say Anything... but we're willing to be you probably haven't heard of the subject of this episode: 1988's Tapeheads. Co-starring Cusack and Tim Robbins this off-beat comedy has our two pals trying to break into the music video business and there's a whole lot of cameo appearances, musical numbers, and wacky humour along the way! Plus it's produced by Michael Nesmith from the Monkees! Tune in to listen to us talk about this lesser known 80's comedy and also for us to catch you up to speed on what we've been watching including some a killer grizzly, hungry from human flesh crocodile, and a surprising verdict on Deathgasm. Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! TWITTER us @gbwpodcast. FACEBOOK us www.facebook.com/gbwpodcast. Drop by on the WEB at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 35: These Covers Go To 11
In tribute to the recent passings of Lemmy and David Bowie we've decided to venture into the world of music for this episode. And what better way to do that than talk about covers? We all have heard them. Some we love for how they change the original or how the artist reinterprets them, others we despise for how the ruin the source material. Which is why we go all "Spinal Tap" and list our top 11 favourite cover songs. We also talk briefly about ones that didn't make our list and others we absolutely hate. But first we'll catch you up to speed with what we've been watching including some bigfoot, Leo DiCaprio vs. a bear, a whole lotta love for Excision, and much more! Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! TWITTER us @gbwpodcast. FACEBOOK us www.facebook.com/gbwpodcast. Drop by on the WEB at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 34: 2015 Recap
It’s a marathon of an episode for our first show of 2016! Your hosts, Chris and Josh, have seen quite a few movies since the last time we spoke and we tell you all about Don “The Dragon” Wilson’s ‘sweet ass’, take a trip on the Midnight Meat Train, get a little ass-to-mouth with the third Human Centipede, and so much more! Then we dive into the past year as we look back at 2015. We list our Top 5 flicks of the year, some honourable mentions, 2015 stuff we’re still excited to watch, the TV shows that caught our attention, and films we’re excited to check out in 2016. Be warned, there may be spoilers within – depending on how sensitive you are to them. TWITTER us @gbwpodcast. FACEBOOK us www.facebook.com/gbwpodcast. Drop by on the WEB at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 33: Brisson & The Bronx
It's comics meets the post apocalypse as we welcome creator/writer Ed Brisson (Sheltered, Cluster, The Violent) to the show to talk about his career, influences and determination to get into the world of comic books. We discuss his beginnings as an indie filmmaker, writing a "Sons of Anarchy" spin-off, getting to live every comics fan dream of scripting Batman, and so much more! For the second half of this episode we also gave Ed the chance to pick a movie for us to talk about and, much to our chagrin and (more so) delight, he chose the 1982 Italian knock-off, 1990: The Bronx Warriors. Take a journey with us into the futuristic 1990(!) world of New York where gangs roam the wasteland that is the Bronx as "Trash" (Mark Gregory) and his gang have to protect a misplaced heiress from other gangs and the malicious cop sent to bring her back to the safety of Manhattan. From director Enzo G. Castellari (Keoma, The Last Shark), this is Italian rip-offing at its finest. Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! Connect with Ed at www.edbrisson.com and on Twitter @edbrisson TWITTER us @gbwpodcast. FACEBOOK us www.facebook.com/gbwpodcast. Drop by on the WEB at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 32: 70's -80's Sitcoms
Come and knock on our door... If you recognize that line, then you'll definitely want to listen to us talk all about the sitcoms we watched growing up from the 70's and 80's. Shows about roommates, radio disc jockeys, orphans, and all sorts of dysfunctional families. But first we catch you up with what we've been watching which includes Josh getting crocodile, talk about a hockey comedy that's not called Slap Shot, and much more! Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! TWITTER us @gbwpodcast. FACEBOOK us www.facebook.com/gbwpodcast. Drop by on the WEB at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 31: The Black Hole
What lies within The Black Hole? Who decided to let Slim Pickens voice a robot? Just what the hell (literally) is going on in that finale? We ask these questions and more as we take a look at Disney's 1979 sci-fi not-so-epic. This is a movie that scared Josh as a kid but that Chris just watched recently for the first time. How does the experience differ between someone seeing it as a child and a cynical adult finally getting around to seeing this misguided, maligned flick? Tune in to find out! But first we catch you up with what we've been watching as Josh starts watching another franchise (and thinks it may have been a mistake), we go off the rails a bit to lament Arrow Video being too expensive, and there's a little bit of Ash vs. Evil Dead thrown into the mix - and much more! Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! TWITTER us @gbwpodcast. FACEBOOK us www.facebook.com/gbwpodcast. Drop by on the WEB at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 30: Psycho Kids
Whitney Houston may have believed that the "children are our future" but what if said future included being attacked by the very same children? We've always believed that the youth are innocent and pure but for this episode of GBW we're going to shine a light on movies that would like to prove that belief wrong. Join us on this journey into childish homicide (among other things) as we talk about such memorable kiddie killers as Rhoda, Damien, and Malachi. First we'll catch you up with what we've been watching including the end of Josh's Freddy revisit, more Dollarama two dollar DVDs, and some Scouts taking on zombies. Plus more! Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! TWITTER us @gbwpodcast. FACEBOOK us www.facebook.com/gbwpodcast. Drop by on the WEB at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 29: Craig Davidson (aka: Nick Cutter)
We're excited to bring you this very special episode of GBW! We trekked our way to the Vancouver Writer's Fest and had the pleasure of sitting down with author Craig Davidson (aka: Nick Cutter) writer of the Giller nominated "Cataract City", the boy scouts vs. monster romp "The Troop" which Stephen King proclaimed was 'old-school horror at its best', and most recently "The Acolyte". Tune in as we talk to one of our favourite writers as we talk about small press, the challenge of juggling a pseudonym, some bizarre steroid use stories, and we even get recommendations from Craig for your Halloween entertainment. Find Craig on the internet at www.craigdavidson.net or at Twitter @thenickcutter Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps! TWITTER us @gbwpodcast. FACEBOOK us www.facebook.com/gbwpodcast. Drop by on the WEB at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 28: Remakes
If there's one thing that makes the general movie geek population angry it's the topic of this episode: remakes.<p> In a time where it seems there's remakes, reboots, and re-dos being announced almost daily we take the time to talk about some of the best (and worst) that are out there. We also make the surprising discovery we both don't quite hate remakes as much as we suspected - though there are, of course, exceptions.<p> As usual, we first get you up to speed about what we've watched including Josh's Elm Street journey closing in on the end, some tennis playing T&A with Jocks, a pretty hearty argument about The Green Inferno, and more.<p> Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps!<p> TWITTER us @gbwpodcast. FACEBOOK us www.facebook.com/gbwpodcast. Drop by on the WEB at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 27: Gotcha!
It's paint guns, espionage, virgins, bad-ass Russians, and more as we jet back to 1985 and take a look at Jeff Kanew's Gotcha!<p> Starring Anthony Edwards (Revenge of the Nerds) and Linda Fiorentino, this teen spy comedy was a staple of our youth and we've decided to take a trip back to Berlin all these years later and see how it holds up.<p> But first we tell you about what we've been watching including Josh's continued journey to Elm Street, the roller skating disco of Skatetown U.S.A., and even a dose of Arnold Schwarzenegger.<p> Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps!<p> TWITTER us @gbwpodcast. FACEBOOK us www.facebook.com/gbwpodcast. Drop by on the WEB at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 26: Bugs! Bugs! Bugs!
Insects. Creepy crawlies. Bugs. We all know them. We all hate them. Which is probably why there's so damn many killer insect movies out there. From bees, to slugs, to cockroaches, and much more we take a look at our multiple-legged pests and name some of our favourites (and not so favourites).<p> But first we catch you up to speed on what we've been watching including an argument about Nightmare on Elm Street 3: The Dream Warriors, The Blob, Bedevilled, and more!<p> Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps!<p> TWITTER us @gbwpodcast. FACEBOOK us www.facebook.com/gbwpodcast. Drop by on the WEB at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 25: The Cannonball Run
Jump in your Lamborghini and break the speed limit with us as we talk all about one of our most beloved childhood classics, The Cannonball Run!<p> Released in 1981 and directed by stunt man-turned-director Hal Needham, this Burt Reynolds starring comedy contains slapstick, cleavage, hot cars, and all sorts of mayhem. But how does it hold up over thirty years later? Will we still dig it? Or have we grown out of this un-P.C., dopey form of comedy? Tune in and find out!<p> First off, though, we talk about such fare as Backcountry, Mugsy's Girls, Creep, and much more!<p> Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps!<p> TWITTER us @gbwpodcast. FACEBOOK us www.facebook.com/gbwpodcast. Drop by on the WEB at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 24: The Landis
It's hard not to think of the 80's without thinking of the movies of John Landis. This is the guy who was responsible for making not only the movie that started the low-budget frat sex comedies that followed in its wake (Animal House) but also the greatest music video ever with Michael Jackson's "Thriller", a top notch werewolf flick (An American Werewolf in London), and one of the most raucous musicals in history with The Blues Brothers.<p> Tune in as we talk about "The Landis". But first we talk about Josh's trip to Los Angeles, What We Do in the Shadows, the Alien series, and much more!<p> Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps!<p> TWITTER us @gbwpodcast. FACEBOOK us www.facebook.com/gbwpodcast. Drop by on the WEB at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 23: A Nightmare On Elm Street 2
This week Chris and Josh are joined by Matt Kelly from The Saint Mort Show and Horror Movie Night podcasts to talk all about your favourite razor-handed killer, Freddy Krueger. For our second, more streamlined, movie specific episode we decided to skip the Wes Craven original and dive right into the bizarre, at times, "what were they thinking?" follow-up that is "Freddy's Revenge".<p> Directed by Jack Sholder this picks up five years after the original and promises some more Freddy, a possession angle you weren't expecting, a bedroom dance sequence so common in 80's flicks, and a whole lot of thinly veiled homosexuality. So join us as we led you through this second venture into Springwood!<p> But first we'll tell you what we've been watching and talk about such films as Crystal Lake Memories, Lucy, Cheap Thrills, and even Gnaw: Food of the Gods 2!<p> Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps!<p> TWITTER us @gbwpodcast. FACEBOOK us www.facebook.com/gbwpodcast. Drop by on the WEB at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 22: Youth Gone Wild
If you've ever crossed the street to avoid some sketchy looking teenagers, this might be the episode for you! Welcome to GBW episode 22 where we tackle the "Youth Gone Wild" (thanks, Skid Row!).<p> What happens when the youth is pushed to far or given free reign to do as they please? Chaos, that' s what! Join us as we talk about such flicks as River's Edge, Tuff Turf, Kids, and many more!<p> As always we start by talking about what we've been up to and cover such topics as Alien 3, The Changeling, Burt Reynolds toupee action extravaganza Malone, and Ernest Cline's "Ready Player One".<p> Thanks for listening! Be sure to head to iTunes to subscribe and drop us a five star rating/review - every little bit helps!<p> TWITTER us @gbwpodcast. FACEBOOK us www.facebook.com/gbwpodcast. Drop by on the WEB at www.thevideograveyard.com/gbwpodcast
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Episode 21: Street Trash
[Warning: Spoilers Within] Welcome to our first movie specific episode as we tackle the 1987 gore cult classic "Street Trash"! Directed by Jim Muro and written by Roy Frumkes (Document of the Dead), this little ditty is about the homeless population in New York City who not only have to deal with a crazed Vietnam vet but also the fact the cheap one-dollar liquor from the nearby store (Tenafly Viper) is causing them all to explode in a gooey gooey mess! Tune in and hear us tell you what we thought about this journey through grimy offensiveness as we take you through the journey of the craziness that is STREET TRASH. Afterwards be sure to head over to our Facebook page and Twitter (see below) to share your thoughts. We'd also love it if you subscribed and gave us a rating on iTunes - every little bit helps! FB: www.facebook.com/gbwpodcast WEB: www.thevideograveyard.com TWITTER: @gbwpodcast
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Episode 20: Found Footage
Summer vacation is officially over for us which could only mean... more episodes! For our return we've decided to tackle the found footage sub-genre that seems to be taking over the horror genre at the moment.<p> Despite Chris' bitterness and Josh's willingness to seemingly watch ANY found footage flick they both manage to agree on what some of the best ones out there are as well as briefly looking at where these types of films came from, talking about why its such a 'love it or hate it' sub-genre, and which ones they're looking forward to seeing.<p> But first we talk about what we've been watching and it involves Deliverance style softball chicks, Japanese mafia, Chuck Norris, and more!<p> Afterwards be sure to head over to our Facebook page and Twitter (see below) to share your thoughts. We'd also love it if you subscribed and gave us a rating on iTunes - every little bit helps!<p> FB: www.facebook.com/gbwpodcast<br> WEB: www.thevideograveyard.com<br> TWITTER: @gbwpodcast
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Episode 19: Movie Memories
For episode 19 of The Good, The Bad & The Wretched we hop into a time machine to get nostalgic (again) and talk about our favourite movie memories.<p> What movies shaped our tastes? What's the first flick we remember seeing in the cinema? Who the hell was that creepy guy Chris saw during a Halloween movie? All this and more will be answered here.<p> Afterwards be sure to head over to our Facebook page and Twitter (see below) to share your thoughts. We'd also love it if you subscribed and gave us a rating on iTunes - every little bit helps!<p> FB: www.facebook.com/gbwpodcast<br> WEB: www.thevideograveyard.com<br> TWITTER: @gbwpodcast
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Episode 18: The Wasteland
Welcome to episode 18 of The Good, The Bad & The Wretched!<p> In honour of the release of George Miller's latest Max Max epic "Fury Road" we've decided to take a leap into the bleak future where resources are scarce, cars and people are armoured up and all punk rock, and our heroes are gruff.<p> That's right, it's the apocalypse, baby! From the Max series to the numerous Italian rip-offs, we tackle wasteland apocalypse flicks that give us a glimpse into the "oh so near" future. Hear us praise Fury Road, talk of how crazy those Italians are, and even Don Johnson and his telepathic canine friend (A Boy and his Dog). Tune in now because, unlike gasoline and water, there's definitely NOT a shortage on post-apocalypse bad asses.<p> Afterwards be sure to head over to our Facebook page and Twitter (see below) to share your thoughts. We'd also love it if you subscribed and gave us a rating on iTunes - every little bit helps!<p> FB: www.facebook.com/gbwpodcast<br> WEB: www.thevideograveyard.com<br> TWITTER: @gbwpodcast
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Episode 17: Science!
Science has its good sides and its bad sides. For episode 17 of The Good, The Bad & The Wretched we focus on the bad side. We're talking manic, change-the-world-for-the-worse types of scientists who lust for power and recognition while not hesitating to do nasty things to the human body.<p> You may be familiar with names like Victor Frankenstein or Herbert West but we've come up with a list of mad scientists who are sure to steal your heart - or rip it out!<p> Afterwards be sure to head over to our Facebook page and Twitter (see below) to share your thoughts. We'd also love it if you subscribed and gave us a rating on iTunes - every little bit helps!<p> FB: www.facebook.com/gbwpodcast<br> WEB: www.thevideograveyard.com<br> TWITTER: @gbwpodcast
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Episode 16: M.I.A. Directors
Have you ever watched a movie and thought "That was great! I wonder what else the director made?" only to hop on IMDB and see the answer is: not much. Disappointment ensues.<p> For episode 16 of The Good, The Bad & The Wretched we've compiled a list of directors who"ve made movies we truly love before seemingly vanishing off the face of the Earth. Here we tell you of filmmakers we'd really love to see make a new movie - if only to please our fanboy inklings. But first we catch you up to speed on what we've seen including a little bit of "It Follows" and (even more) Jason.<p> Afterwards be sure to head over to our Facebook page and Twitter (see below) to share your "lost directors"! We'd also love it if you subscribed and gave us a rating on iTunes - every little bit helps!<p> FB: www.facebook.com/gbwpodcast<br> WEB: www.thevideograveyard.com<br> TWITTER: @gbwpodcast
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Episode 15: We Get Nostalgic
We can all admit that our tween and teenage years is where we began to develop our taste in entertainment. It was when we gathered together our idols, found things cooler than they probably deserved to be, and (of course) fell in love and had crushes on the opposite sex.<p> For episode 15 of The Good, The Bad & The Wretched we get completely nostalgic. Being children of the 80's, we talk all about the actors, actresses, and even parody musicians ("Weird Al"?!) who made an impression on our young minds. First we talk all about what we've been watching and it's a mix that involves Jason (surprise!), samurais, and a little bit of witch torture.<p> Afterwards be sure to head over to our Facebook page and Twitter (see below) to tell us some of your favourites! We'd also love it if you subscribed and gave us a rating on iTunes - every little bit helps!<p> FB: www.facebook.com/gbwpodcast<br> WEB: www.thevideograveyard.com<br> TWITTER: @gbwpodcast
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Episode 14: The Troma
Troma is a name synonymous with b-movies. The makers of The Toxic Avenger, distributors of such cult classics as Bloodsucking Freaks, and generally all-around awesome studio headed by the always entertaining Lloyd Kaufman.<p> For episode 14 of The Good, The Bad & The Wretched we talk about our first experiences with Troma, cover their main franchises, and even proclaim Redneck Zombies as an essential b-movie. But first we'll tell you what we've been up to (hint: MORE Jason!) and talk about the ominous "suicide house".<p> Afterwards be sure to head over to our Facebook page and Twitter (see below) to tell us some of your favourites! We'd also love it if you subscribed and gave us a rating on iTunes - every little bit helps!<p> FB: www.facebook.com/gbwpodcast<br> WEB: www.thevideograveyard.com<br> TWITTER: @gbwpodcast
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Episode 13: When Animals Attack
Have you ever wondered if your pet wants to kill you in the night? Are you afraid of running into a bear while on a hike? And just what's up with that neighborhood dog who keeps snarling at you?<p> Welcome to episode 13 of The Good, The Bad & The Wretched! This time out we're talking about killer animal movies - more specifically killer mammals. Hear all about evil cats, dogs, bears, sheep(?!), and more.<p> But first we catch you up with what we've been checking out (hint: Jason makes another appearance) before checking over our shoulders for glowing, evil mammal eyes.<p> Afterwards be sure to over to our Facebook page and Twitter (see below) to tell us some of your favourites! We'd also love it if you subscribed and gave us a rating on iTunes - every little bit helps!<p> FB: www.facebook.com/gbwpodcast<br> WEB: www.thevideograveyard.com<br> TWITTER: @gbwpodcast
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Episode 12: Soundtracks!
Welcome to episode 12 of The Good, The Bad & The Wretched!<p> There's the saying that music can be a soundtrack for your life - we're going to take it literally as we tell you all about our favourite movie soundtracks and moments that benefit from having some really awesome (or appropriate) tunes.<p> But first we catch you up with what we've been checking out (hint: lots and lots of Jason Vorhees!) before journeying through our record collections to deem what we think are the most worthy soundtracks out there.<p> Afterwards be sure to over to our Facebook page and Twitter (see below) to tell us some of your favourites! We'd also love it if you subscribed and gave us a rating on iTunes - every little bit helps!<p> FB: www.facebook.com/gbwpodcast<br> WEB: www.thevideograveyard.com<br> TWITTER: @gbwpodcast
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Episode 11: Howl at the Moon
It's a full moon out. Your skin starts to crawl. You feel a change coming from within. The animal in you takes over...<p> Welcome back for episode 11 of The Good, The Bad & The Wretched! This time we tackle a monster sub-genre as we shoot a silver bullet right through the heart of werewolf movies. From its beginnings in <i>Werewolf of London</i>, to their 80s resurgence, and covering such recent fare as <i>Ginger Snaps</i>.<p> Tune in and hear us talk all about lycanthropes (ooo, fancy word!) then head over to our Facebook page and Twitter (see below) to tell us some of your favourites! After that, we'd love it if you subscribed and gave us a rating on iTunes - every little bit helps!<p> FB: www.facebook.com/gbwpodcast<br> WEB: www.thevideograveyard.com<br> TWITTER: @gbwpodcast
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Episode 10: Sequelitis
Happy New Year from The Good, The Bad & The Wretched!<p> Not only is this our first episode of 2015, it's also our tenth! To celebrate hitting double digits we've decided to tackle a subject that gives us the most mixed feelings ever: sequels. But first we talk about what we've watched including discussions about punk rock and Cannon Films.<p> Then it's on to the sequels where we talk about ones we love, ones we dislike, and even wonder "what were they thinking?" about a handful as well as bring up some franchises we can't, for the life of us, figure out have lasted so damn long.<p> Tune in and hear us talk all about "sequelitis" then head over to our Facebook page and Twitter (see below) to tell us some of your favourites! After that, we'd love it if you subscribed and gave us a rating on iTunes - every little bit helps!<p> FB: www.facebook.com/gbwpodcast<br> WEB: www.thevideograveyard.com<br> TWITTER: @gbwpodcast
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Episode 9: Humbug!
Merry Christmas from The Good, The Bad & The Wretched!<p> It's the most wonderful time of the year (for watching Christmas themed fare) and for episode nine we've decided to name some of our favourite holiday flicks be them the Santa slashing of Silent Night, Deadly Night, the guffaws of Scrooged, or the plain insanity that is Star Wars Holiday Special.<p> Don't be a Scrooge! Tune in an hear us proclaim "Humbug!" about those mainstream Christmas movies while offering you a bunch of awesome alternatives. When you're finished, why not subscribe and rate us on iTunes? Santa thinks that's "nice" and might bring you an extra present this year.<p> FB: www.facebook.com/gbwpodcast<br> WEB: www.thevideograveyard.com<br> TWITTER: @gbwpodcast
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Episode 8: Robots Gone Wild!
Need input! Episode eight of The Good, The Bad & The Wretched is here and we've decided to talk about man's (second) best friend: Robots. Or they could be our worst enemy, depending on the day.<p> Tune in and hear us talk about Terminator, Hardware, Blade Runner, and even The Iron Giant (?!) as we discuss robots... gone wild! When you're finished, why not subscribe and rate us on iTunes? We promise we won't send a T-1000 after you if you don't...<p> FB: www.facebook.com/gbwpodcast<br> WEB: www.thevideograveyard.com<br> TWITTER: @gbwpodcast
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Episode 7: The Savini
Welcome back to The Good, The Bad & The Wretched!<p> For episode seven we've decided to focus on one of the big horror icons from our youth: Tom Savini. He's the guy who brought effects to our attention in such films as Dawn of the Dead, Friday the 13th, and Maniac. We talk about his effects, his acting, and even give him a career recommendation.<p> So tune in and hear us talk all about Pittsburgh's second most famous horror icon. When you're finished why not rate us on iTunes and hit us up on the links below!<p> FB: www.facebook.com/gbwpodcast<br> WEB: www.thevideograveyard.com<br> TWITTER: @gbwpodcast
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Episode 6: It Was The Boogeyman
As we approach All Hallow's Eve what better way to celebrate than to talk about Michael Myers and the Halloween series?<p> In episode six of The Good, The Bad & The Wretched we go through the entire series from John Carpenter's 1978 classic all the way to Rob Zombie's not-so-good re-do's. So tune in and hear us talk all about the messed up continuity that is the Halloween series! When you're finished why not rate us on iTunes and hit us up on the links below!<p> FB: www.facebook.com/gbwpodcast<br> WEB: www.thevideograveyard.com<br> TWITTER: @gbwpodcast
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Episode 5: Loincloths, Babes, Swords, and Clerics?!
Whether it's the clang of swords, the half-naked girls, or the magic of wizards; when you were a kid sword 'n' sorcery flicks were so very awesome.<p> In episode five of The Good, The Bad & The Wretched we talk about the sub-genre that birthed heroes like Conan, Dar, and Ator. So tune in and get your sword-swinging fix! When you're finished why not rate us on iTunes and hit us up on the links below!<p> FB: www.facebook.com/gbwpodcast<br> WEB: www.thevideograveyard.com<br> TWITTER: @gbwpodcast
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Episode 4: The Carpenter
It's time for episode four of The Good, The Bad & The Wretched!<p> If you grew up in the 80s, then you know the name John Carpenter. After getting you up to speed with what we've watched and a few newsworthy things we tackle the filmography of the director of such flicks as Halloween and Big Trouble in Little China.<p> Tune in for our take on one of our generation's most loved genre filmmakers - be sure to rate us on iTunes and hit us up on the links below!<p> FB: www.facebook.com/gbwpodcast<br> WEB: www.thevideograveyard.com<br> TWITTER: @gbwpodcast
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Episode 3: Rock On!
We're ready to rock out for our third episode of The Good, The Bad & The Wretched!<p> This time, after telling you about what we've watched and any news that caught our eye, we tackle one of the greatest sub-genre's ever: Rock 'n' Roll Movies!<p> Hear what we think of <i>Spinal Tap</i> and other rockin' flicks - be sure to rate us on iTunes and hit us up on the links below!<p> FB: www.facebook.com/gbwpodcast<br> WEB: www.thevideograveyard.com<br> TWITTER: @gbwpodcast
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Episode 2: The King
Welcome back for episode two of The Good, The Bad & The Wretched!<p> This time out we talk about things we've seen and various news worthy topics before we dive into the film's of North America's best-selling author Stephen King. We discuss the films of his we love, hate, and merely tolerate.<p> Join us as we talk about "The King" and be sure to hit us up on the links below!<p> FB: www.facebook.com/gbwpodcast<br> WEB: www.thevideograveyard.com<br> TWITTER: @gbwpodcast
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Episode 1: Introduce Yourself...
In the inaugural episode of The Good, The Bad & The Wretched meet Chris and Josh as we tell you about the podcast and go over some of our favourite things.<p> FB: www.facebook.com/gbwpodcast<br> WEB: www.thevideograveyard.com<br> TWITTER: @gbwpodcast<br>
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