We grade Pickaxe which we think could be the next Hatchet franchise even if the acting wasn't completely there we think that was intentional with this being a tribute to old slasher films and skinimax films of the past.
We also do a new segment called "Reviews From The Vault" where we focus on older movies to review.
Interview with the director of Daniel Isn’t Real which is being released 12/6/2019. We talk the difficulty of adapting a novel and the difficulty of casting an imaginary friend iTunes preorder link: https://apple.co/2nw3H6w
We discuss Doctor Sleep, addiction, also give our top 10 of the year so far and I may have to give a trigger warning for this episode for what I say about Heath Ledger. I never mean to come across as not sensitive to a subject but you’ll hear my explanation in the episode.
Today I interview Tom Atkins and talk his new film 'Trick' which hits theaters October 18th and also on demand platforms. The new movie 'Trick' is such a throwback treat for horror fans who appreciate atmosphere over jump scares that we have been invaded with the past few years. Tom and I also discuss our viewpoints on modern horror versus 70s and 80s horror films and not being a fan of torture porn such as Saw. When is gore in a film distracting and just being used to be used? We also reminiscence on Halloween 3: Season of The Witch and Night of The Creeps first reactions to now where many people love the films and have a better and greater appreciation for them from when they were first released.
Tom thank you for being such a genuine guy for this interview. Your one of the best good sir!
I sit down to talk 3 From Hell with star Bill Mosley! A milestone for What 2 Discuss Now to have a guest like this! Thank you Saban Films! Fathom Events for 3 From Hell here http://fathomevents.com/3FromHell
I sit down with Scott Beck and Bryan Woods for their new movie they wrote that Eli Roth produced called "Haunt" which Is an amazing throwback thriller. Also we talk the success of A Quiet Place and how it led to their older scripts being sought after and they open up about their Stephen King adaptation "The Boogieman".
HI everyone and welcome back! I meant to post this episode up a month ago. Honestly thought I did until recently so here it is finally my interview with David Palamaro for his film Murder Made Easy. Hope you enjoy!
I Chat with the writer and director of the new film "They're Inside" Schuyler Brumley and John-Paul Panelli both really great guys to talk to. Sorry for the audio difficulties I recorded this with my voice recorder and low signal so I think that got in the way of better audio but here it is. Enjoy!
They're Inside release date. Jul 16, 2019
Continuing Fantasia International Film Festival reviews. This one is for: The Gangster, The Cop, The Devil. My favorite foreign film of the year! Also one of the years best films! So well crafted so well done!!
Synopsis: Remake of the South Korean film 'The Gangster, the Cop, the Devil' about a crime boss who teams up with a cop to track down a serial killer. After barely surviving a violent attack by an elusive serial killer, crime boss Jang Dong-su (Don Lee) finds himself forming an unlikely partnership with local detective Jung Tae-seok (Kim Moo Yul) to catch the sadistic killer simply known as "K".
Critters Attack review for Fantasia International Film Festival 2019
3/5 star review.
Follows 20-year-old Drea, who reluctantly takes a job babysitting for a professor of a college she hopes to attend. Struggling to entertain the professor's children Trissy and Jake, along with her own little brother Phillip , Drea takes them on a hike, unaware that mysterious alien critters have crash-landed and started devouring every living thing they encounter.
Hey Everyone AJ here reviewing "The Art of Self Defense" for Fantasia 2019
A man is attacked at random on the street. He enlists at a local dojo, led by a charismatic and mysterious sensei, in an effort to learn how to defend himself.
Jesse Eisenberg, Imogen Poots, Phillip Andre.
Everywhere July 19th 2019.
Hey everyone and welcome back! Today I talk with Phillip Andre whose breakout role was in IFC Midnight's Pledge and now currently starring in "The Art of Self Defense" which made a huge splash at SXSW and getting ready to play at Fantasia International Film Festival. We discuss favorite dark comedies and the critical response from both "Pledge" and "The Are of Self Defense" which opens in limited theaters July 12th and nationwide July 19th! Make sure to go see it in Cinemas.
Hey everyone and welcome back! Today I talk with Jim Ojala whose FX team worked on the new Slipknot masks!! Also did the FX work for Glenn Danzig's now notorious movie Verotika! Which is being compared to "The Room" he says how important to see that film in a setting with a lot of people trying to comprehend what the hell is going on! Hope you enjoy the episode! You can follow his work at the following links. Instagram is @ojalafx and @slipknot his FX site is
ojalafx.com also Strangenaturemovie.com and @strangenaturemovie
P.S. My decent into Troma memory lane continues!!!
Hey everyone! Since the legendary Joe Bob Briggs was my previous guest I got in the spirit of doing a double feature interview for this episode.
With Antonio Pantoja we talk about how it all started with directing videos for Strange Music as well as early film inspirations for this years best independent horror comedy "One Must Fall".
When Josh Stifter returns we talk about how we felt about The Good Exorcist, and how Greywood's Plot came to be while he was on Kevin Smith's Tusk which he did incredible animation for! Josh is a really awesome guy and imagine "Frankenstein on cocaine" and that's what you get with his latest film "Greywood's Plot" and the ending of that will haunt you for weeks!
First off thank you to the lovely people at Chicago's CINEPOCALYPSE for making this possible! Thank you Kaila Hier and also Tracy(JBB's assistant)!! Be sure to check out CINEPOCALYPSE if you're anywhere close to Chicago next week! It's going to be a hell of a good time and you'll get to see Joe Bob Brigg's fascinating AN EVENING WITH JOE BOB BRIGGS: HOW REDNECKS SAVED HOLLYWOOD show on June 18th! So please be sure to check out that film festival I saw the lineup and it looks absolutely amazing! So here you have it my interview with JOE BOB BRIGGS we talk his first experiences with horror and what got him to fall in love with the genre his best drive in experience, how rednecks saved Hollywood came to be, Modern horror films that absolutely terrify him. Which horror films he finds controversial and infamous, Hope you all enjoy! Please share thanks!
AJ interviews Owen Egerton the director or Blumhouse's newest Netflix feature film Mercy Black. We promise you won't want to watch Mac and Me after this episode... We promise... You may however want to watch The Room!
Brandon and AJ discuss possibilities of Avenger's End Game. Captain Marvel's pivotal part in the equation, The finalization of the Fox/Disney merger. Fantastic Four possibilities. Also AJ reviews Never Grow Old.
AJ and Brandon review Captain Marvel and At Eternity's Gate. AJ brings up his distaste of Leonardo DiCaprio and Daniel Day Lewis(At Brandon's disgust) Alita Battle Angel, Game of Thrones. People leaving Hollywood and discussing can we enjoy the art and dislike the artist.
This episode I talk with Alex from The El Rey Networks "Rebel Without a Crew" tv series. his film "Monday" has dynamic character development. Witty dialogue and adrenaline fueled action sequences.
Make sure to support his new film if you can!
I(AJ Friar) review Rust Creek and interview Jen the director of Rust Creek) Brandon Samuel(Co Host) has been busy with work lately so to keep this going every other two weeks I sat down for a solo episode.
The very first episode of the Infamous Horrors podcast with AJ Friar and Brandon Samuel as we interview Mick Strawn from A Nightmare on Elm Street 3 and 4, Leatherface the infamous Roger Corman Fantastic Four and Boogie Nights. Go to www.infamoushorrors.com for more things horror