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Dec 3, 2020

Every year, Hallmark floods our TV with Chrismas movies, and every year the plots are always the same. Big city business lady comes home to meet smalltown hearthrob's parents. However, they always come off feeling just a bit forced and kitschy. Not so with The Family Stone, which weaves an immense amount of family drama...


Oct 25, 2020

In a special edition of our intermittent "Late Night on the 5th Wall" Mike and Jarod sit down to discuss a truly great schlock film that went under *literally everyone's* radar: Microwave Massacre!

Fun fact, this episode originally featured our dear friend Cody Nesbitt, but unfortunately due to technical difficulties,...


Oct 18, 2020

The amount of times we've lavished (well-deserved) praise on Rutger Hauer is, well, frankly unacceptable. This movie isn't his first rodeo in Hollywood but man does he bring the big guns (...or, knives, or explosives)!

Starring opposite is C Thomas Howell, fresh off success from The Outsiders and Red Dawn, and likely...


Oct 10, 2020

Most horror comedies switch modes noticeably - one second you're tense and expecting something scary, the next you're laughing at Marlon Wayans and clown rape.

Creepshow is one of our favorite genre splitting movies - the stories are based on simple scares that cut deep: zombies, aliens, drowning, monsters, and bugs....


Jan 20, 2020

This week we're back with a guest host to discuss one of the most successful sequels ever! James Cameron writes, directs, but surprisingly he *doesn't* star in this coming-of-age tale of illegal immigration and corporate eugenics.

Thanks to the strong female lead played by Sigourney Weaver, an excellent score and tight...