On this episode, JTD regular Stephanie Crawford joins Brian to discuss two recent Scream Factory Blu-rays: HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL (1999) and SOMEONE'S WATCHING ME (1978) - the latter directed by John Carpenter just before he did HALLOWEEN. Both good discs!
This week, Brian is joined by longtime online friend Tom Nix to discuss two very different Dan Aykroyd Movies. First his odd and yet very interesting headlining debut - DOCTOR DETROIT, followed by the much more problematic racial kidnapping basketball "comedy" CELTIC PRIDE (written by Judd Apatow).
Stephanie Crawford (basically the honorary co-host of the show) is back to talk about Sam Fuller and the fantastic Boxset of his work released earlier this year from Indicator. Indicator has been killing it this year with their sets and this one is a highlight for sure.
Rob Galluzzo (of the Shock Waves Podcast) returns to talk about Kino Lorber in this label centric episode. Rob and Brian each pick 10 discs to highlight from great stuff put put through Kino Lorber and Kino Lorber Studio Classics!
Brian is joined this episode by Cole Roulain from The Magic Lantern Podcast to discuss Susan Seidelman's seminal debut feature SMITHEREENS and the excellent package that is the new Criterion Collection Blu-ray.
Stephanie Crawford is back once more to talk about the film noir gem GUN GRAZY (Warner Archive) as well as geeking out with Brian over their mutual affection for Mr. David Lynch and his film WILD AT HEART (Shout Factory).
Brian is joined again by his daughter Raven on this episode. The topics of discussion include the new Warner Archive Blu-rays of SUPERGIRL (1984) and VILLAGE OF THE DAMNED (1960).
On this episode, Brian is joined again by JTD regular Stephanie Crawford (of the ScreamCast) to talk about the Scream Factory Blu-rays for RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD PART 2, BRAINSCAN and THE UNBORN.
On this episode, Kalyn Corrigan returns to talk IN THE MOUTH OF MADNESS and the new Scream Factory Blu-ray - also included in this discussion is a run down of Brian and Kalyn's Top Three Carpenter film favorites at the end of the show.
Guest Patrick Bromley (of F This Movie and Corpse Club) returns to the show to talk about three private eye films: HARPER (Warner Archive), GUMSHOE (Indicator) and V.I. WARSHAWSKI (Kino Lorber).
On this episode, Brian is joined by guest Bill Ackerman (of the Supporting Characters and From the Neighborhood Podcasts) to talk about Powell and Pressburger's A MATTER OF LIFE AND DEATH (Criterion) and John Carpenter's MEMOIRS OF AN INVISIBLE MAN (Scream Factory).
On this episode, Brian discusses one of his favorite films of all-time in Albert Brooks' MODERN ROMANCE. He is joined by JTD regular John Cribbs from The Pink Smoke who is also a gigantic fan of the movie as they both go in depth on what they love about it and the newly released Blu-ray from Indicator.
On this bonus episode, Brian talks through a threesome of recent Warner Archive Blu-ray titles - including THE LIFE AND TIMES OF JUDGE ROY BEAN, BILLY BUDD and THE COLOSSUS OF RHODES.
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).
Rob Galluzzo returns again to talk about Imports and why collectors should be all-region compatible. To demonstrate, Brian and Rob go through ten picks each of titles that they love that are only currently available on Blu-ray outside the U.S.
On this episode, Brian's daughter Raven returns to talk monster films - including NIGHT OF THE LEPUS (Scream Factory), THE BLACK SCORPION (Warner Archive) and the TREMORS Series.
On this episode, Rob Galluzzo (from the Shockwaves podcast) returns to discuss the amazing film THREE O'CLOCK HIGH, which came out on Blu-ray from Shout Factory late last year.
On this episode, Rob Hunter (from Film School Rejects) returns to discuss John Landis' debut film SCHLOCK (and the new Blu-ray from Turbine Media) as well as Jim Wynorski's THE RETURN OF SWAMP THING (part of the MVD Rewind Collection).
Inspired by the recent release of ALOHA, BOBBY AND ROSE (Scorpion Releasing) which Director Floyd Mutrux says was very much inspired by Godard's BREATHLESS, Brian takes a look at the original film and the 1983 remake and compares thoughts on all three.