The great and delightful Brendon Small is back and he's brought his synthesizer and it is awesome. This time we take a long look at THE MANINTOU (1978) via the new Scream Factory Blu-ray. If you haven't seen THE MANITOU, it is just one of those movies that is made for the WTF canon and needs to be watched immediately! Oh and listen for some rare Tony Curtis outtakes in this one - how we got them is a mystery...
Blu-ray YouTuber Aaron Pynn returns to talk Vinegar Syndrome once again as he and Brian dive into their Blu-rays for THERE'S NOTHING OUT THERE (1991), WACKO (1982) and SPLATTER UNIVERSITY (1984).
Check out Aaron's YouTube Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC86Rb_aoMKA3IKKZwJBhLVQ
Rob Galluzzo is back again for our latest round of "New Arrivals" and this month we touch on discs from Shout Factory, Twilight Time, Scream Factory, Kino Lorber and the MVD Rewind Collection!
Brian returns to a Just The Discs favorite label in Twilight Time - with a stack of five of their releases including: THE HOT ROCK, CINDERELLA LIBERTY, THE BRAVADOS, GLORIA and PLAY DIRTY.
On this episode, Brian is joined by JTD Regular John Cribbs and also his partner in the wonderful film website that is The Pink Smoke - Christopher Funderburg, to discuss Tobe Hooper's 1995 film THE MANGLER and the recent Scream Factory Blu-ray.
On this week's episode, Stephanie Crawford picks the Blu-rays we talked about and they include Arrow Video's spectacular release of CRIMSON PEAK and MIKEY AND NICKY from Criterion.
On this month's "New Arrivals" episode, Rob G. and Brian talk about discs from the likes of Shout Factory, Criterion, Twilight Time, Kino Lorber and more! Directors discussed include Sergio Leone, Hitchcock and others!
On this bonus episode, Brian talks about the 2018 film INSTANT FAMILY with Mark Wahlberg and Rose Byrne which is just coming to Blu-ray and decides to pair it with the Coen Brothers' RAISING ARIZONA for a wacky adoption-comedy double feature!
Friend of the show Patrick Bromley (of F This Movie) returns to kick off a new series we're calling "Two Pair". Brian and Patrick each pick two western films on Blu-ray for this edition, but this may expand into other genres as well. The westerns we cover are TELL THEM WILLIE BOY IS HERE (1969) and A MAN ALONE (1955) - both from Kino Lorber as well as Sam Fuller's FORTY GUNS (1957) from Criterion and THE HANGING TREE (1959) from Warner Archive.
Brendon Small returns to the show to talk Cannon Films, COBRA, Stallone, 10 TO MIDNIGHT and Charles Bronson as he and Brian run through the recent excellent Blu-rays from Scream Factory!
This week on the show, we have something of a Valentine's Day special - Brian's wife Lisa is back on the show with him to talk about VALLEY GIRL and the recent Shout Factory disc as well as some of her favorite films that are currently available on Blu-ray (and a few that aren't)!
Rob G is back again for our monthly series "New Arrivals" and he and Brian run down a stack of Five (or more) discs each! Labels featured in the piles this round include Scream Factory, Shout Factory, Twilight Time, Kino Lorber, some 3D releases and more!
On this episode, Just The Disc regular and Fan favorite Stephanie Crawford is back to talk a couple beloved comedies in DRAGNET (1987) (Shout Factory) and CAN'T HARDLY WAIT (1998) (Mill Creek)!
On this episode, Brian is joined by first time guest Aaron Pynn - who runs a great YouTube channel that covers a lot of similar labels/topics we cover on Just The Discs (definitely check out his channel when you can). Aaron is a big Vinegar Syndrome fan so the titles discussed are two recent releases from them in BLOOD HARVEST (1987) and THE INCUBUS (1982).
Brian is joined by very special guest Brendon Small (HOME MOVIES, METALOCALYPSE) to talk about CANDYMAN and the new Collector's Edition Blu-ray from Scream Factory!
In this first episode of what will become a regular monthly series, Rob Galluzzo joins Brian as they each go through a stack of five discs that they have acquired and watched recently! A great mix of stuff discussed here, so please enjoy! And watch for another round in February!
Brian is joined by returning guest Patrick Bromley (of FThis Movie) to talk count down each of their five favorite older films they saw for the first time in 2018 - on Blu-ray!
We've come to the end of another great year for the kind of Blu-rays we talk about on this show -- and there's A LOT to talk about! Brian is joined by JTD regular Stephanie Crawford to each pick 5 of their favorite Blu-ray releases of the year - that would be enough for one show, BUT there's more! We also have a bunch of honorable mentions to discuss and thus this show is quite epic! Enjoy and happy shopping afterwards!
On this episode, Brian is joined by regular John Cribbs (of The Pink Smoke) to discuss what is easily one of the best releases of the year - Indicator's NIGHT OF THE DEMON (1957) set.
Rob Galluzzo returns to discuss some favorites from the wonderful Warner Archive label (just as we did with Kino Lorber not to long ago)! 10 picks each between Brian and Rob here so you get a nice sampling of the good stuff Warner Archive has to offer.
Kalyn Corrigan (previously a guest on the IN THE MOUTH OF MADNESS and CURSE OF THE CAT PEOPLE episodes) returns to talk about one of her favorite directors - Brian De Palma and the new Criterion Blu-ray of his early masterwork SISTERS.
On this episode, Rob Galluzzo is back for another installment of the "Collector's Mentality" as Brian and Rob talk discuss some habits and tips they have for their Blu-ray Black Friday shopping every year and go through some of the pickups they made for 2018!
Brian is joined again by friend Bill Ackerman of the Supporting Characters Podcast to discuss the excellent and epic new William Castle At Columbia Volume One Box set from the fine folks at Indicator. Included in this set are THE TINGLER, 13 GHOSTS, HOMICIDAL and MR. SARDONICUS along with a smorgasbord of supplements (old and new)!
Brian digs himself out of the walls to take with Stephanie Crawford (The ScreamCast) about two seminal TV Movies from the 1970s: BAD RONALD (Warner Archive) and TRILOGY OF TERROR (Kino Lorber).