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BP Podcast, Episode 37: “Our Blu-ray Wish List”

On this podcast episode, we each break down the top 5 movies (or TV shows) we want on Blu-ray. You know, the ones that are currently unavailable on Blu-ray … or anywhere! We also go into our Twitter friends’ own wish lists, talk about recent movie viewings (including a few #TerrorTweet viewings and a first-time… Read More ›

BP Podcast, Episode 22: “A ‘Santa Claws’ (1996) Fan Commentary”

12 Days of Christmas #6 Happy holidays! This week, we’re switching it up by attempting something we’ve never done before… a fan commentary for the ’96 festive flick Santa Claws, starring Debbie Rochon!

BP Podcast, Episode 15: “Back to School!”

This week, as all the kiddies head back to school for another year of learning stuff, we discuss our favorite school-related genre moments in pop culture. Movies, TV, and maybe even a music video — we break it down. Joanna and Johnny each selected 7 picks and — spoiler — there’s a little overlap. Cough,… Read More ›

BP Podcast, Episode 13: ‘Someone’s Watching Me’ & ‘The Toolbox Murders’ (1978, Birthday Edition)

Thirty-eight years ago, Johnny was born. And this week, we’re celebrating by taking a deep-dive look at two first-time watches from 1978: John Carpenter’s Someone’s Watching Me and cult fave The Toolbox Murders.

Podcast: Episode 2

Episode 2: Convention Memories & Stories (part 1) We quickly realized that the content we wanted to cover was going to take more than one episode. So… here’s part one! We briefly discuss a recent movie viewing (The Perfect Guy); anticipation of seeing The Witch; and then we dive into convention stuff! Drinking game ideas: Every time I… Read More ›

Off the beaten path couples (Valentine’s Day)

Happy Valentine’s Day weekend! Or, if you’re reading this in late February or mid-June, good day to you. Either way, we’re here to share a few of our favorite “off the beaten path” couples. Note: This is a companion piece to our first podcast episode (posted Friday, February 12). We tried to avoid the obvious… Read More ›

Review: Father’s Day (2011)

This is a difficult review to write. I’m a huge Troma fan—Tromatized at age twelve, after watching Dead Dudes in the House on Cinemax. So I followed Astron-6’s Father’s Day from the moment I first heard about it. I picked up the blu-ray from Troma’s table at a convention and recently got to viewing it…. Read More ›