On this Bonus episode, Brian discusses the Alex Cox cult favorite SID & NANCY as well as the real life people that inspired it and the new Criterion Collection Blu-ray.
On this episode, Brian returns to the Indicator Series label to talk about four of their recent Blu-rays: THE 5,000 FINGERS OF DR. T, MICKEY ONE, CASTLE KEEP and THE STONE KILLER.
Brian's daughter returns to talk about the unlikely duo of MR. MOM and WHALE RIDER which are coming out from Shout Factory Select!
On this bonus episode, Brian is joined by Film Critic Rob Hunter (of Film School Rejects and others) to discuss the first to Blu-ray releases from AGFA (the American Genre Film Archive): THE ZODIAC KILLER and EFFECTS.
Rob Galluzzo returns this week to talk about the TEEN WOLF films and the wonderful new Scream Factory Blu-ray Special Editions!
On this episode, Brian focuses on a pile of discs from several labels including Kino Lorber, Warner Archive, Olive Films, Twilight Time and Vinegar Syndrome.
On this episode, Brian runs through a group of six Warner Archive Blu-rays - including BLOOD ALLEY, THE SEA CHASE, THE ROUNDERS, SPENCER'S MOUNTAIN, THE WHEELER DEALERS and THE ACCIDENTAL TOURIST.
On this episode, Brian runs through a list of recent Scream Factory releases including collector's editions of both THE LAWNMOWER MAN and SPECIES as well as THE ANGRY RED PLANET, THE FOUR SKULLS OF JONATHAN DRAKE, WINDOWS and THE EVICTORS.
On this bonus episode, Brian talks about one of his favorite directors (Albert Brooks) and one of his favorite movies (LOST IN AMERICA) - on Blu-ray from the Criterion Collection.
On this episode, Brian covers FREE FIRE on Blu-ray, the latest film from director Ben Wheatley (KILL LIST, HIGH RISE, SIGHTSEERS) and offers another film he thinks might pair well with it as a double feature.
On this episode, Brian highlights another stellar release from the UK-based Indicator label with their SINBAD TRILOGY box set.
On this episode, Brian is joined by his daughter to discuss the PINK PANTHER movies (from the Shout Factory Box set as well as the three recent Kino Lorber releases).
On this episode, Brian runs down some Twilight Time Blu-ray releases from this year (a few of them from a month or two back) including 9 TO 5, MOSCOW ON THE HUDSON, WHO'LL STOP THE RAIN, HELL AND HIGH WATER and THE BRIDGE AT REMAGEN.
In a follow-up to a previous special episode, Brian visits Rob Galluzzo (from the Shockwaves Podcast and a writer over at Blumhouse.com and formerly of the Killer POV Podcast) to see his Blu-ray collection and how he organizes it and the two answer questions from listeners brought about by the last collecting centric episode.
On this episode, Brian discusses four disparate Blu-ray releases from Kino Lobber Studio Classics: 8 MILLION WAYS TO DIE, HELL IN THE PACIFIC, THUNDERBIRDS ARE GO/THUNDERBIRD 6 and ROAD TO RIO.
On this episode, Brian focuses on Nicholas Ray's remarkable debut film THEY LIVE BY NIGHT (1949) and the new Criterion Collection Blu-ray release.
On this episode, Brian discusses four new Blu-ray releases from the good folks at Warner Archive for the month of June: JOE VERSUS THE VOLCANO, RUNNING ON EMPTY, THE GUMBALL RALLY and Sam Peckinpah's THE BALLAD OF CABLE HOGUE.
On this episode, Brian spotlights four of the newest Blu-rays from Shout Factory's Shout Select line: WHERE THE BUFFALO ROAM, CHEECH AND CHONG'S NEXT MOVIE, CAR WASH and TRESPASS.
On this Episode, Brian dives into Four recent Blu-ray releases from Vinegar Syndrome: DOUBLE EXPOSURE, PSYCHO COP RETURNS, THE HEARSE and MALIBU HIGH.
This week, Brian goes 80s and tackles a pile from that decade including the likes of VISION QUEST (Warner Archive), TEEN WITCH (Kino Lorber), BABY BOOM (Twilight Time), CERTAIN FURY (Kino Lorber), NO RETREAT, NO SURRENDER (Kino Lorber) and THE MONCHHICHIS (Warner Archive).
On this bonus episode, Brian expresses his love for rat movies by celebrating the release of two classics from Scream Factory - WILLARD (1971) and BEN (1972).
On this special Bonus episode of the show, we highlight the new horror film BEYOND THE GATES and the new Blu-ray from Scream Factory. Along with Brian's take on the movie, this episode also features several interview clips with the film's director (Jackson Stewart) discussing the origins of the film and the cinema that influenced it creatively.
On this very special Bonus episode, Brian cuts together a bunch of interview clips about Francis Ford Coppola's 1983 film RUMBLE FISH and adds his own commentary in the middle.