Annoying podcast about mainly horror and b-action movies. Each episode for some reason takes place in a diner where the background noise of talking people is the first turn off, we also get to hear they interact with the waitress and listen to their food order … for some fuckin reason. Next and the main thing is do the hosts really like movies at all? All you´re getting away from this show is the constant whining about Everything over some background noise. To be fair I have only listened to 5 episodes … because life is just too short. But maybe if you´re a masochist and listen to 50 episodes you get a different opinion.
A movie podcast covering a wide range of Movies, but focusing on so called “Trash Cinema”. At the time of writing this I have only listened to 5-6 episodes and they have made more than 350 podcast., This one feels more like some kind of background radio than something you hardcore follow and take notes from. They watch movies and kind of review them. But they never goes into the depth of them I feel. It also seems that they aren´t into physical media and I never heard them discuss any DVD or blu-ray releases which are a big minus for me. But as said I might change my opinion when Í have listen to alot more epsiodes.
Awesome and funny movie podcast, focusing on horror but also b-action movies. It usually starts with what they have watched during the last week, and then some horror news. After that there´s usually a part with letters from listeners, not that often serious ones but are meant to be funny which they sometimes are but gets pretty repetitive. For me this part would be shorter and the synopsis of their choosen movies longer. Kyle Poling and Tim Gross are the two hosts of the show and they are really entertaining. Kyle´s love for everything “Madmax” or “Popcorn” and Tim´s love for “Independent films” is always in focus and interesting. Hanging out with these 2 guys on a horror movie convention would proberly just be awesome. It really shows that they love movies, although for me it´s hard to take Tim Gross (who also review movies and releases books) opinions to heart. When he thinks “Tomb of the blind dead” is bad, but a movie like “Woodchipper massacre” is awesome. I check out Continue reading