Saturday, September 20, 2014

Buffalo '66 - 9/20/14

This week, Brent returns us to the glory days of the 1990's independent cinema movement with Vincent Gallo's Buffalo '66 (1998), a film in which Gallo (who wrote and directed) plays a troubled ex-con who abducts Christina Ricci and forces her to play his wife in a bid to win his parents affection.  Come with us, won't you, into our navel-gazing exploration of deep thoughts, Jungian symbolism, and belly laughs in this week's exciting show! 




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Saturday, September 13, 2014

The Toxic Avenger - 9/13/14

This week, Travis bathes us in the glory of the cult classic The Toxic Avenger (1984), in which a 90 lb weakling is transformed, by a canister of toxic waste, into a hulking superhero who mops up the trash-filled streets of Tromaville, USA.  Camp classic or tasteless crap?  Let the Internet Radio Superstars of the Saturday Night Freak Show be your guide through the cinematic sewer on this week's exciting episode!




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Saturday, August 30, 2014

Daughters of Darkness - 8/30/14

This week, we revel in the euro-horror delights of Colin's pick, 1971's Daughters of Darkness, in which John Karlen (Dark Shadows) and his new bride, vacationing abroad, find themselves holed-up in an opulent, off-season hotel with a lesbian vampire (who may or may not be the infamous blood countess, Elisabeth Bathory) and her seductive assistant.  Is this one of the great, forgotten vampire-movie masterpieces?  Or a forgettable piece of grindhouse-meets-arthouse trash?  Find out on this week's exciting show! 





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Saturday, August 23, 2014

Badlands - 8/23/14

This week, Brent chooses Terrence Malick's 1973 road drama Badlands, starring Martin Sheen and Sissy Spacek as young lovers who embark on a spree-killing trip through the rural Southwest.  The movie, loosely based on the real-life murders of Charles Starkweather and Caril Ann Fugate, was adopted into the National Film Registry in 1993.  Join us at the bar as we talk James Dean, counterculture, the influence of the film on Quentin Tarantino, and more on this week's scholarly episode of film talk!





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Saturday, August 16, 2014

976-EVIL - 8/16/14

This week, Travis investigates Robert Englund's directorial debut, 976-EVIL (1988), in which an alienated teen is granted the power to get even after dialing a satanic phone number.  Listen in as we slather ourselves in 80's horror cheese dive into a world of overbearing parents, awkward dates, bathroom bullies, supernatural shenanigans, and flying fish. 



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