Forgotten Filmcast Episode 97: Tourist Trap

It’s time for our first Halloween episode of 2017. This time, Todd is joined by Matthew Stewart from Simplistic Reviews to discuss the 1979 slasher film Tourist Trap. Download the Show: iTunes Podomatic Your Listen Show Notes: Simplistic Reviews Films Discussed: Tourist Trap Ravenous Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night II

Evilspeak

Clint Howard has been in the acting biz for a long time. As a child he showed up in a famous episode of Star Trek, and of course these days you can spot him in most movies directed by his little brother Ron. IMDB credits him as having appeared in well over 200 films and…

The Dark

Just a few weeks ago we lost a big name in 70’s and 80’s horror movies…Tobe Hooper. He had a unique career, filled with great films, some stinkers, and some underrated gems. He also left a great mystery. No matter who comes forward to claim they know the truth, the question will always be out…

Bad Moon

People often say they like to have a dog for a pet for protection. I can’t really relate to that since none of my dogs have ever had great skills in the guard dog category. Sure, they’ll bark at a plastic bag blowing past the house American Beauty style, but if a stranger comes in…

Howling II: Your Sister is a Werewolf

1981 was the year of the werewolf at the movies. It saw the release of such films as An American Werewolf in London, Wolfen, and, of course, Joe Dante’s The Howling. To this day, people love the mix of horror and Dante’s unique comic sensibilities. When it came time for the 1985 sequel, there was…

Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night II

After Jamie Lee Curtis made a name for herself by appearing in Halloween, she quickly became labeled a “scream queen.” She ended up appearing in several more horror flicks, most famously the 1980 film Prom Night. It took seven years for an in-name-only, and Jamie-Lee-less, sequel to arrive. Here comes 1987’s Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night…