In the early 2000′s, Stan Winston teamed up with Cinemax to remake a series of classic movies for the modern age. In this, the third of these films, Stan is joined by Clean Duvall, Stephen Culp, Tyler Mane and more to bring to life “How to Make a Monster”! Was Stan’s grand experiment a success?
Casey and Colleen are back after a week off! This week, they venture back to 1987 to take in “The Lamp” a.k.a. “The Outing”! Is it good? Does it have some major sociological issues? Does Casey talk Colleen into rubbing the lamp? (No, but he just got smacked.)
While it’s not a Sam Raimi movie, it does feature two Raimi’s! And twice the Raimi is always a good thing! This week, Casey and Colleen venture back to 1989 to talk on the Scot Spiegel slasher “Intruder”, talk about the 80′s, reboots, sequels and more!
This week, Casey and Colleen head back into the past to confuse everybody by covering “Screamers”! No, not that Screamers, the original one that was also known as “The Island of the Fishmen” out of Italy!
Hey, it’s Colleen’s Birthday today! She’s feeling a ‘little’ under the weather though, so we’re going to keep it a ‘little’ low key as we get into this ‘little’ gem from Charles Band and Full Moon Pictures, “The Creeps”!
Colleen and Casey take a trip to the middle of nowhere to take in the sites and abandoned cemeteries! Unbeknownst to them, there’s a old evil sorcerer in residence and voices his displeasure as they take in 1986′s Spookies!
It’s Wednesday, that means it’s time for an all new Cinema Fromage! This week, Colleen and I sit down with the 2012 Ghostly Cemetary…er…epic? “Hold Your Breath”! It stars a whole bunch of people you don’t know, and that blonde chick from “30 Rock”!
The Cinema Fromage Podcast is picking up steam thanks to you listeners, which has Colleen and I are jazzed and actually doing some planning for some upcoming episodes! This week, we’ll be covering 2012′s #Hold Your Breath”! Over the next six weeks though, we’ve found some goodies that range everywhere from the early 80′s to the late 50′s! So check out some trailers below and maybe you can get yourself ready for when the show comes out!
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The New Kids (1985)
“A brother and sister arrive in a small town to help their relatives run an amusement park, and they find the town is terrorized by a local street gang.”
Not too much terror in the plot drop for this one, but I think James Spader’s blonde hair is scary enough! Plus, it stars Full House’s Aunt Becky, can’t be all bad, now can it?
“Taking a wrong turn, travelers find themselves trapped in a mysterious house. One horror after another threatens them as the sorcerer who lives within needs sacrifices to give eternal life to his beautiful bride.”
Spookies is one of those tragic 80′s flicks I was never able to find in my small town growing up, so we’re pretty stoked to finally catch it. Plus, the monster effects look awesome!
Terror in the Haunted House (1958)
“A newlywed is terrified when her husband brings her to live in the old house that figures in her recurring nightmare.”
I’m guessing we’re going to be aiming more for an Ed Wood level of classic here vs. a Hammer Studios level of classic!
The Outing (1981)
“A group of friends on a rafting trip down a river stop in at an old ghost town to spend the night. Soon their rafts disappear, and then they begin to be eliminated one by one by a mysterious killer.”
Hey, this is Colleen’s choice! I have no idea what to expect here! Except for the fact that it was filmed in 1981, involves rafting, so we’re probably going to see some wet T-Shirts.
“The overnight stock crew of a local supermarket find themselves being stalked and slashed by a mysterious maniac.”
Sam Raimi. Bruce Campbell. Let’s hope I’m not over selling myself on it.
Dead & Rotting
“Three prankster buddies release the wrath of an aged witch, Abigail, when they unwittingly become accomplices to the murder of her son. Scheming in anger, the witch seduces the three friends and then uses the men’s own ill-born spawn to destroy them. Death and rot are left in the wake…”
Debbie Rochon makes her first appearance on the Cinema Fromage Podcast! She’s a bonafied B-movie Scream Queen, so pretty excited to take this one in!