The boys find a rare consensus as they gush over Nicholas Cage's phantasmagoric tour de force MANDY.
As The Walking Dead airs its mid-season 9 finale, the boys fall back and regroup to discuss the current state of the show and speculate on what's in store for the post-Rick era.
It's a dark and spooky night on the eve of Halloween as the boys gather 'round the Jack-o-lantern to discuss their plans and the all-around state of horror on the genre's biggest day of the year.
Joe & Spears (and silent guest star Vince) are left to their own devices at CT Horrorfest. They discuss 80s horror/comedies, convention musings and Spears crashes an episode of Pint o Comics' podcast in an amazing one-sided crossover.
The boys meet a new friend at CT Horrorfest, Brian of Satanic Panic 1981, a composer specializing in all those super-retro horror movie scores all the kids are loving these days.
.@SuperRetroTBR joins the boys on the floor of #CTHorrorFest to compare and contrast the subtle nuances of gamers and gorehounds.
Fango legend Mike Gingold returns to the podcast to preview his upcoming book AD NAUSEUM, a collection of retro newspaper adverts of virtually every classic horror film. We've seen an advanced copy ... you NEED this book!
AD NAUSEUM releases October 9, 2018 - preorder NOW: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1948221055
At CT Horrorfest the boys were lucky enough to be stationed next to the badass dynamic duo known as the Pint O' Comics podcast. Listen in as they join forces, Justice League-style, for a killer episode covering all things genre.
The boys made their first live appearance this weekend at CT Horrorfest and recorded a slew of episodes with some great guests. Listen in as they recap the day and preview upcoming episodes.
It's another exciting MHC CROSSOVER! A Connecticut-based local news podcast happens to be hosted by one of the Mobile Horror bums.
In this episode, he interviews Christine Caprilozzi, top dog at the Fifth Annual CT Horror Fest, happening Saturday, Sept. 15 at the Danbury Arena in Danbury, CT.
Oh, and THE MOBILE HORROR COMPANION will have a table at the event, which also features PAM GRIER and BILL MOSELEY.
Brian and Eugene famously dislike modern horror but Joe is hoping a few well-received recent titles may at least open up a discussion. So the boys agreed to watch three titles and huddle up. Films in this episode are IT FOLLOWS, THE WITCH, and IT COMES AT NIGHT.
Eugene and Brian appear on the Pint O' Comics podcast to discuss a range of topics. One of the items covered is their lack of love for modern horror which sets up a challenge by Joe for a future episode.
The boys discuss the Friday the 13 The Game "fire sale" controversy. Is making all DLC available on the cheap a bid to swell player ranks? Or is it a cash-grab betrayal of fans who paid full price? Listen in and you be the judge ...
The boys discuss the impact of ROGUE ONE with two Star Wars superfans.
The boys discuss which horror and sci-fi classics they would like to see remade or re-imagined - including alternate directors and actors. The titles range from the obscure to mainstream blockbusters.
JAWS is one of the greatest films of all time, right? Not so fast, movie friend ... The boys are joined by producer and returning guest Chris Coyne, who also happens to be the one guy on the planet who doesn't like the Spielberg classic.
CT Cult Classics is doing a Jaws/Piranha double feature on July 21st at the Strand Theatre in Seymour, CT. https://www.connecticutcultclassics.com/
In this lost episode, the boys discuss Tarantino's birth-cry film RESERVOIR DOGS on the 25th anniversary of its release.
BBC article referenced: http://www.bbc.com/culture/story/20170117-why-reservoir-dogs-is-really-an-anti-violence-film
The boys raise a toast to Spears' clean bill of health and discuss the some of the most anticipated upcoming films of 2018/19.
For the first time in MHC history, Brian takes the helm in this high octane, Fear & Loathing-esque discussion of the films of writer/director Glen Baisely.
The boys lay out the case that "The Baise" is twice the Disaster Artist as Tommy Wiseau. "Glen's work is like Robert Altman went to a trailer park."
For more info on the Baisely canon: http://www.lightanddark.net/
For FAIRVIEW FALLS, the film on in the background of this episode, check out: https://goo.gl/zMrRcs
Special guest star FX artist Peter Gerner joins the boys to discuss the worst titles featured on IMDb's list of the top ten greatest films.
In this wide ranging episode, the boys discuss everything from the evolution of the multiplex to Elvis' granddaughter. Naturally, this includes the definitive discussion of who would win if the cast of PREDATOR fought the cast of ALIENS.
It's Friday the 13th on Friday the 13th! In this very special episode the boys discuss the entire franchise, argue over the best & worst entries, and one of them even blasphemes the entire hockey masked canon.
The boys is discuss "The most offensive movies ever made" and try and figure out what it is that defines objectionable content.
Along the way, Joe gets triggered by professional movie critics and Eugene gets triggered by the word "parasite." Listen in to the highlights of their argument. Easily one of our most contentious episodes to date.
Original Screenrant.com post discussed in the episode: https://screenrant.com/most-offensive-movies-ever-made/
Is Netflix brainwashing us to watch whatever new release they dangle in front of us? Plus, our thoughts on The Ritual and The Cloverfield Paradox.
The trio closes the episode wondering if the born again Fangoria Magazine can maintain its editorial integrity if owned by a film production company.