The Really Awful Movies Podcast
Is it Lethal Weapon? Is it Die Hard? More like, tries hard. Crackerjack is a spirited knock-off action flick, complete with a German uber-villain (played by Christopher Plummer, of all people). First off, biases aside, we LOVE Crackerjack III,
You’re in the bucolic redwood forests of Northern California/Oregon on a camping trip. What could possibly go wrong? The Final Terror answers that question and more… A bunch of forest rangers (including the wonderful Joe Pantoliano) and some gal pals (...
Slaughter Hotel (in Italian: La bestia uccide a sangue freddo and also known as Asylum Erotica and Cold Blooded Beast) is a 1971 Italian giallo horror film directed by Fernando Di Leo and starring the incomparable Klaus Kinski. The film,
Now the weather outside is frightful, but 80s teen horrors are so delightful. Join us, as we dive headfirst into Nightmare Beach (also released as Welcome to Spring Break), an American-Italian slasher directed by the incomparable Umberto Lenzi and Harr...
On this episode of the podcast, the shaggy dog horror, MADMAN. Yes, it’s a rather paint-by-numbers “maniac in the woods movie”. There are campers. There are counsellors. There are woods. There are tales of things lurking in the shadows. Urban legends.
On this episode of the Really Awful Movies Podcast, we’re back in animal attack / natural horror territory. And why not? It’s our favorite place to be. There is a wealth of animals-ran-amok movies, and practically every species in the animal kingdom is...
Welcome, New Year! Happy 2020 everyone. We are back with a new episode of the Really Awful Movies Podcast, focusing on the Ari Aster effort, Midsommar. It’s an off kilter member of the folk horror subgenre (define that one how you wish,
On this episode of the Really Awful Movies Podcast, 2007’s Murder Party. A lonely traffic cop is strolling home to his crappy basement New York City apartment on Halloween, when he comes across a strange invitation lying on the ground. He picks it up,
Not to be confused with Malcolm X, we’re turning our eyes to Jason X! After all, it’s Friday the 13th folks. This one features the Butcher of Camp Crystal Lake, Jason Voorhees, out in space. Why? Why not? (or more accurately,
Lucio Fulci is one of our favourites. With Touch of Death, however, he’s not exactly in his finest form. Still, lousy Fulci is a bit like lousy pizza: it’s still pretty darn good. Lester Parson is a cannibal psychopath (uh oh!