On this episode, Brian dips into the darkness of Film Noir and Noir adjacent films with RAW DEAL (ClassicFlix), HE WALKED BY NIGHT (ClassicFlix), BOOMERANG (Kino Lorber), HANGOVER SQUARE (Kino Lorber) and THE LODGER (Kino Lorber).
On this episode, Brian is joined by writer Kalyn Corrigan (Birth Movies Death, Bloody Disgusting & more) to talk about Val Lewton and the new Scream Factory Blu-ray of his film CURSE OF THE CAT PEOPLE.
On this episode, JTD regular Stephanie Crawford is back to talk about one of her favorite people - John Waters - and his film FEMALE TROUBLE (now out from Criterion). Brian and Stephanie also examine the amazing craziness of the film XTRO, which is like E.T., but really not like E.T. at all (new on Blu-ray from Second Sight in the UK).
The Pink Smoke's John Cribbs is back to talk about some Scream Factory on this episode as he and Brian discuss George P. Cosmatos' masterpiece OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN as well as Larry Cohen's IT'S ALIVE Trilogy.
On this bonus episode, Brian explores three 80s film titles from Kino Lorber Studio Classics: GROSS ANATOMY, DISORGANIZED CRIME and MIRACLES.
Film School Reject's Rob Hunter returns to pour praise and affection on the delightful 80s favorite SAVANNAH SMILES (MVD Rewind Collection) but has less positive things to say about the disco classic THANK GOD IT'S FRIDAY (Mill Creek).