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Our dogs are barking this week, maniacs! The Hardee's Boys continue 2000s Month with the 2002 werewolf flick Dog Soldiers. Tune in as we break down this modern cult classic and discuss other topics such as Lance's love for the reality game show Survivor, the famous actors who almost ended up in this movie, and our new favorite catchphrase. Drop tha…
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Don't take off those glasses, maniacs! 2000s Month continues with the supernatural horror flick Thir13en Ghosts from 2001. Tune in as we break down the movie and discuss other topics such as Matthew Lillard's penchant for spittle, the nu-metal music video editing style of the film and Lance explains what a "french fry loomster" is. Drop that Carame…
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Now boarding Flight 180, maniacs! We kick off 2000s Month with a bang (literally) with Final Destination. With Gregg on the bench for July, The Hardees Boys return to break down the flick and discuss other topics such as Tom Sawyer movies with butt cuts, Lance's Whopper-eating technique and we fondly remember the big khakis of Y2K. Drop that Carame…
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We're taking a trip to the furniture store this week, maniacs! We're checking out the 1988 slasher Hide And Go Shriek. Tune in as we discuss this paint-by-numbers horror flick and other topics such as Ben ghosting bartenders, Wall Street Beavis, and the benefits of watching a film at double speed. Drop that Caramello and check out our Patreon! This…
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Beware the incubus, maniacs! This week we're delving into a deep cut in the Wes Craven filmography with 1981's Deadly Blessing. Tune in as we break down this religious thriller and other topics such as the band Incubus and their foray into Hackey Sack Purgatory, Sharon Stone's star-making role in Police Academy 4 and Lou Bega's surprise at the trum…
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Everybody have fun tonight, maniacs! We're checking back in with Tobe Hooper and talking his 1981 carnival slasher The Funhouse. Tune in as we break down this bizarre piece of early 80s ephemera and discuss other topics such as the Dorf universe, our own Kennywood memories, and a classic duck joke. Drop that Caramello and check out our Patreon! Thi…
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There goes the neighborhood, maniacs! We're finally wrapping up the 80s installments of the Friday The 13th series this week, ending on a doozy in Part VII: The New Blood. Tune in as we break down the first appearance of Kane Hodder in the franchise and other topics such as Ryan Gosling as hunky Beavis, Gregg wowing a crowd on a drum simulator, and…
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We're traveling through another dimension this week, maniacs! Anthology Month comes to a close and we cap it off with 1983's adaptation of The Twilight Zone: The Movie. We unpack all that comes with this movie (content warning for the on-set accident 28:15-36:05) and other topics such as smoking indoors, our salad bar strategies, and the Twilight Z…
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Keep your eyes peeled, maniacs! Anthology Month continues with the 1989 deep cut Terror Eyes. What a way to celebrate 350 episodes! Tune in as we break down the movie and other topics such as our snack selections at the drive-in last week, inconvenient wallet-stealing scenarios, and how much practice you need to make a hot dog. Drop that Caramello …
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Time for a story, maniacs! We're in the midst of Anthology Month and this week finds us recording live at the Riverside Drive-In during their April Ghouls Monster-Rama, where we discuss the highly expensive 1987 shot-on-video anthology Tales From The Quadead Zone. We're also joined spontaneously by frequent guests during these drive-in episodes, Jo…
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Dance with us, maniacs! We continue Anthology Month with the scraps that make up 1985's Night Train To Terror. Tune in as we discuss the film and other topics such as the multiple cameos by Bull from Night Court, Gerard Way's acting debut, and guys getting caught in nets. Drop that Caramello and check out our Patreon! This month we play a rousing g…
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Monsters rule, okay!? We're kicking off Anthology Month by checking in with some vintage horror heavy hitters in 1981's The Monster Club. We talk all things Vincent Price, John Carradine, and Donald Pleasence as well as other topics such as how we enjoy preparing eggs, Eric the night manager at Sheetz, and interesting ways to pronounce "weird". Dro…
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It's a wonderfull life, maniacs! We end 90s Month with 1990 cult sequel The Exorcist III. Tune in as we discuss all things Gemini Killer and other topics such as rejected title The Devil's Papers, the random outbursts of George C. Sock, and various pronunciations of "charcuterie board". Drop that Caramello and check out our Patreon! This month we'r…
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We're riding the silver bullet through the 90s, maniacs! 90s Month continues with the 1996 werewolf flick Bad moon. Tune in as we break this movie down and discuss other topics such as the job of third shift tree-looker, the acting prowess of the film's dog actors, and computer-generated effects akin to Windows 95 screensavers. Plus we dig into ano…
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They're coming to get you, maniacs! We're in the thick of 90s Month and this week finds us discussing the 1990 remake of Night Of The Living Dead, directed by Tom Savini. Joining us to break this one down is author Adam Hart, who just released Raising The Dead: The Works Of George Romero. Tune in as we chat about this piece of local Pittsburgh lore…
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Crack open a bottle of Orbitz, maniacs, because April is 90s Month yet again! We're starting with 1998's Disturbing Behavior, starring James Marsden and Katie Holmes. Tune in to this totally razor episode where we discuss the flick and other topics such as the invented slang for this movie, David Duchovny's mnemonic devices, and Coal Chamber music …
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Set those traps, maniacs! We're checking in with Peter Weller this week as he tries to catch a rat in the 1983 thriller Of Unknown Origin. Tune in as we discuss the flick and other topics such as the movie's main character Ro-Bart-Cop, Jello Biafra's take on rat-catching, and what happens when Gregg has coffee in the afternoon. Drop that Caramello …
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Make room for us, maniacs! This week we're finally revisiting a property we talked about in our infancy with the Terry O'Quinn sequel vehicle Stepfather II. While we chat about this movie and its impressive cast, we also discuss topics such as Angels In The Outfield, sawing wood while angry, and Comedy Central Presents. Drop that Caramello and chec…
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It's time to party, maniacs! This week finds us talking about the slasher whodunit Killer Party from 1986, and bringing us this flick are Zane Hershberger and Sable Griedel from Silver Springs Films. They're joining us to promote the Blu-Ray release of their new anthology Cryptids, which also stars Joe Bob Briggs. Tune in as we celebrate Zane's bir…
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We've come here to do two things, maniacs! This week we celebrate the 100th episode that all three of your favorite goofballs have appeared on together, and we're talking a doozy: John Carpenter's They Live from 1988. Tune in as we discuss this wild allegory and other topics such as turkey sandwiches, Ween, and how you truly know you've made it fin…
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Wild horses couldn't make us stay away, maniacs! We're getting a little weird this week as we unpack the bonkers Canadian sequel Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night II. And who better to join us on this journey than our friends Ande and Eanna from the Queens Of NC-17 podcast? Tune in as we discuss the flick and other topics such as girl naps, confessional w…
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Woods are woods, maniacs! This week we're taking a look at the 1987 backwoods island flick American Gothic. While we parse through the plot, we also discuss topics such as offensive shirts of the 80s, Bazooka Joe's hard gum, and Lance's tramuatic story about The Clarks. Drop that Caramello and check out our Patreon! This month we counted down our t…
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Love is in the air, maniacs! To celebrate the day of lovers in loving love, we're talking about the 1987 shot-on-video horror comedy Psychos In Love. Tune in as we break down this wacky mockumentary and other topics such as Ben's lost Primus song, this movie's hatred of all things grape, and our new catchphrase. Drop that Caramello and check out ou…
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We're breaking the rules straight from Springwood, maniacs! It's the first week of February so you know what that means... we're revisiting the Nightmare On Elm Street franchise with what was DEFINITELY the last movie in the series, Freddy's Dead from 1991. Joining us to break this one down is friend of the show Jordan Sloan, who's promoting his ba…
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Grab your pajamas, maniacs, because our DON'T theme comes to a close with the bonkers Elm Street clone Don't Panic from 1987. Tune in as we discuss the film and other topics such as the movie's villain Tony Kroger, what every guy needs in his dorm room, and Ben's new song "LousyBack". Drop that Caramello and check out our Patreon! This month we're …
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Just a coupla few episodes left in our DON'T theme for January, maniacs, and this week we're checking out the made-for-TV movie Don't Go To Sleep, which originally aired on ABC in 1982. While we dissect this weird ghost story, we also discuss topics such as Lance's sleeping habits, copious lizard reaction shots, and our new favorite Christmas figur…
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Don't get your hopes up, maniacs! We're continuing our DON'T theme for January with another confusing trip to Italy in Don't Go In The Attic from 1982. Tune in as we discuss this gripping mystery and other topics such as Barfa The Secretary, a possible BPO movie idea Funny Disco, and more fake discount codes than you can shake a stick at. Drop that…
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Grab a quarter for the pay phone, maniacs, because our DON'T theme for January keeps rolling with the 1980 thriller Don't Answer The Phone! While we try to break this one down, we also discuss other topics such as police forms, little fat ties, and inopportune times for your parents to walk in while you're watching a movie. Drop that Caramello and …
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Don't touch that dial, maniacs! We're kicking off 2024 with a new theme: Don't! We're discussing movies with "Don't" in the title all month long and first up is the backwoods slasher flick Don't Go In The Woods. Tune in as we break down the movie and other topics such as "crick" versus "creek", a detailed retelling of the Look Who's Talking franchi…
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Let's take a trip to Dayton, maniacs, as we close out 2023 and Action December with the guerrilla action flick Deadbeat At Dawn! Joining us to chat about this one is our pal Josh Allshouse, who you may know on Instagram as @joshgoestohell. While we tell some stories of the making of this movie, we also discuss other topics such as Dayton rock radio…
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Welcome to the party, maniacs! Action December is still in full swing and what better movie to cover for the holidays than 1988's Die Hard? Joining us to unpack this one are Ben's film partners, Blake O'Donnell and Ryan Lintner, promoting their upcoming comedy Guerrilla Dogs. Tune in as we break this movie down and talk topics such as Lance's alter…
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Prepare your Home Alone traps, maniacs, because Action December rolls on with Death Wish 3 from 1985! We dust off our Bronson impressions and discuss the film as well as topics such as villains as chain enthusiasts, K-Mart Ernest Borgnine, random horse posters, and the unbelievable drip Charles Bronson had in this flick. Drop that Caramello and che…
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Come with us if you want to pod, maniacs! This month we're changing it up and bringing you Action December, and we're kicking it off with a doozy: the 1984 James Cameron classic The Terminator. Tune in as we discuss the iconic flick and other topics such as alternate titles for the movie, Lance's woods confession, and the triumphant return of a bel…
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Hop on board, maniacs, as we take to the high seas to talk the 1987 feline creature feature Uninvited! Tune in as we dissect this goofy movie and other topics such as humorous songs about boats, the very real origins of the word "upbutt", and how much Ben loves peeing. Drop that Caramello and check out our Patreon! For November's bonus episode, we …
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We're not the only ones who are back, maniacs! We're kind of talking about Jack The Ripper in the 1988 thriller Jack's Back. Tune in as we discuss this James Spader murder mystery and other topics such as how a scar and an earring can make you super hot, serious guy rock songs, and an early 2000s emo rabbit holes brought on by the appearance of Sau…
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We're going into the future, maniacs, as we discuss the 1989 Julian Sands vehicle Warlock with Bryan and Peter from NPRmageddon! Tune in as we chat about the flick and other topics such as people from olden times being tased, weather vanes as family heirlooms, and double decker airplanes. Drop that Caramello and check out our Patreon! For November'…
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School is in session, maniacs! We're heading back to college this week to talk about the 1982 slasher The House On Sorority Row. Tune in as we break down this whodunit horror flick and discuss other topics such as canes with really sharp birds, Lance's Reddit Mushroom ID Discovery, and collectible E.T. sugar bowls used strictly for coffee. Drop tha…
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Bust out the 12-pack, maniacs, because this week we're taking a trip to Blood Lake! While we try to make sense of this piece of shot-on-video history, we also chat about topics such as regular flavor toothpaste, having trouble deciphering our jokes from actual dialogue, and the insanity that is the film's soundtrack by Voyager. Drop that Caramello …
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It's all for you, maniacs! We're closing out 70s Month with the supernatural thriller The Omen from 1976. While we discuss this oft-praised film we also talk about other topics such as the Oasis/Blur feud of the 90s, Gregory Peck's woes of being a very young father, and an important zoological question: do baboons know their butts look funny? Drop …
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Break out the string cheese, maniacs, because 70s Month rolls on with some more Italian bullshit by the king himself: Dario Argento's Deep Red! We're still Ben-less this week so joining us to round out the trio is many-time guest Amanda from the Ghoul On Ghoul podcast. While we don our leather gloves once again, we also discuss other topics such as…
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Boyyyyyy are we excited, maniacs! 70s Month rolls on as we discuss the movie that put Don Coscarelli on the map: 1979's Phantasm. While we are Ben-less for this episode, we're joined by friend of the show and Locust Street Films co-conspirator Matt Schultz. While we lightly explore the entire Phantasm universe and try to make some sense of it, we a…
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We're going back in time, maniacs! This October brings us another edition of 70's Month and we're kicking it off in style with the locally-filmed George Romero vampire flick Martin. Tune in as we discuss this interesting take on vampires and other topics such as the various Pittsburgh locations in the movie, Lance's bee story, and we invent our own…
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Let's take a trip to the video store, maniacs! We're diving into another shot-on-video entry in 80s horror with Video Violence from 1987. Bringing this flick to the table is Aaron Mook from Eerie Horror Fest. While we try to figure out what happens when renting isn't enough, we also discuss topics such as that one extra from She's Out Of My League,…
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We're headed back to the cornfields, maniacs! Our patrons have spoken so we're finally covering Scarecrows from 1988. While we discuss the movie, we also chat about other topics such as our favorite nu metal songs containing the word "boom", memories of defunct Tex-Mex chain Don Pablo's, and that time John Popper of Blues Traveler got caught with a…
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We're headed to the future, maniacs! 1997 to be precise, as we check out the 1987 Empire picture Creepozoids. Who better to join us than the hosts of the Charles Band-themed podcast Puppet Masters And Castle Freaks, Jarrod and Steve? While we hack into the mainframe to analyze this movie, we also discuss topics such as filming behind a Pizza Hut, r…
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We're be-boppin' back to NYC, maniacs, so grab a big slice as we talk about the Larry Cohen monster movie Q: The Winged Serpent from 1982. Join us for copious amounts of Michael Moriarty impressions and other topics such as the one time Lance swore into a drawer, this movie's similarities to Baby's Day Out, and how one acquires the nickname Bango. …
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School is in session, maniacs! To celebrate our six year anniversary episode, we decided to break format a little and cover a fun comedy from 1987: the Carl Reiner directed romp Summer School. This movie boasts an impressive cast, including Dean Cameron who we interview at the end of the episode! Tune in as we break down the flick and discuss other…
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Step right up, maniacs! We're headed to the carnival this week as we talk about Ghoulies II from 1987. As we break down yet another Empire Picture, we discuss other topics such as Ben's wish for a Soft Kiss Checklist, Lance's unfortunate dunk tank story, and which cast member from the flick was prominent on Nickelodeon in the 90s. Drop that Caramel…
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We're back on our Italian bullshit this week, maniacs, as we talk another Dario Argento joint with 1987's Opera! Tune in as we dissect the movie and discuss topics such as bird facts (real and fake), the composer of every 90s sitcom theme song, and the haunting repetition of claymation Lipton Brisk iced tea commercials. Drop that Caramello and chec…
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Time to get the job done, maniacs! This week we're checking out the obscure Wings Hauser vehicle The Carpenter from 1988. While we try to make sense of what seems like a first draft script, we also discuss topics such as Hauser's bizarre dialogue, colleges that still have class bells, and tools stealing tools. Drop that Caramello and check out our …
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