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BP Podcast, Episode 32: “Our New Year’s Resolutions for 2018”

It’s officially 2018 and it just wouldn’t be a New Year without a few resolutions! On this podcast episode, we each pick 6 resolutions for 2018. And we don’t mean dieting (I mean, we do, but not for this)! We declare what we want to watch and take on for this year. Movies, directors, genres… Read More ›

BP Podcast, Episode 31: “Finding the Horror in Non-Horror Christmas Stuff”

We’re back for a holiday podcast episode! Happy holidays! Merry Christmas! Whatever! We’re back for a special festive episode! And in this one, we’re each picking five horrific things found in normal/traditional Christmas-y movies, specials, etc. From mainstream to obscure, we have something for everyone! We also chat up our recent Italian Horror Movie Month… Read More ›

BP Podcast, Episode 30: “An Impromptu Halloween Show”

We couldn’t let October go by without getting in one Halloween inspired show! So, here we are with a random, rambling episode about the movies we’ve watched this season; our trip to Rochester to see Fright Rags and watch Halloween on the big screen; and then we each pick some fun festive movie/TV related characters… Read More ›

BP Podcast, Episode 29: “Hanging with Mr. Hooper: A Tobe Hooper Revisit”

To honor the late, great Tobe Hooper, we decide to watch a selection of Hooper films, including the original The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, Eaten Alive, Salem’s Lot, The Funhouse, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, and Poltergeist! We also chat up a bunch of recent movie viewings (Logan, Killer Rack, The Monster Squad and more)! We also… Read More ›

BP Podcast, Episode 28: “‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’ revisit, Dream Child through Remake”

After three (THREE!) recording attempts, we finally present to you the second half our A Nightmare on Elm Street revisit, featuring everything from Dream Child to the 2010 remake. (Note: we kickoff discussion with the remake). We also reveal our NOES rankings (before and after the revisit); discuss a bunch of recent movie viewings; get some opinions/questions from Twitter;… Read More ›

BP Podcast, Episode 27: “‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’ revisit, parts 1-4”

It’s been almost two months, but we’re back! And we’re here to talk about A Nightmare on Elm Street – in part 1 of our 2-parter NOES revisit. So, join us as we look back on the ’84 original through The Dream Master. We also talk about recent movie viewings (Little Monsters, William Castle’s The Tingler, WONDER… Read More ›

BP Podcast, Episode 26: “A Couple of ‘Chainsaw’ Revisits”

After a little time off, we’re back! And for this episode, we revisit two random-ass franchise movies: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation (1994) and Texas Chainsaw 3D (2013). One we didn’t dig when we first watched it and one we didn’t remember a damn thing about. And the re-viewing results are interesting! We also pay our respects… Read More ›

BP Podcast, Episode 25: “Our Top Genre Movies from 1987”

So, 1987 turns 30 this year, and to honor that, we celebrate a shit load of movies! Man, it was a good year. We each picked our top 8 genre movies — there is some overlap — and have a good time. One caveat: Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors was excluded because, you know, it’s… Read More ›

BP Podcast, Episode 24: “‘My Bloody Valentine’ and Other Vday Viewing Traditions”

Join us this week as we celebrate Valentine’s Day! We chat up the original ’81 slasher My Bloody Valentine, its worthy ’09 remake, and a bunch of other standard (and not) Valentine’s Day viewing traditions. Ahem, sexy thrillers. We also talk about recent movie watches — including a (former) blindspot – Society! Plus, Pump Up the Volume, Dreamcatcher (Terror Tweet)… Read More ›

BP Podcast, Episode 23: “A ‘Waxwork’ Double Feature”

Happy New Year! We’re back and we’re talking Waxwork and its delightful sequel Waxwork II: Lost in Time! It’s been 10-ish years since we visited these flicks, so we figured…. why not start the new year off on a fun note? We also chat up recent movie viewings, including a few leftover holiday films and… Read More ›