This week Matthew and Dean discuss the A24 flick, Men. It’s all trauma talk as the lads get into their interpretation of the events that Harper experiences after ditching her narcissistic and abusive husband, James. There is plenty of metaphor to go around, but can the lads pull it into something cohesive, or will they just teach you how to avoid getting abducted from your local shopping center?
Dean, Scott, and Matthew continue their watchalong tradition of the Friday the 13th franchise, and this week it’s Part III. We are headed back to summer camp, but this time – in addition to dealing with a machete wielding maniac – we get to contented with criminal ruffians, an annoying hand-walker, a sauce-curled annoyance, and the wonderful power of early-80s 3D.
After watching Hulu take a crack at the Predator franchise, Dean, Scott, and Matt decided to go BACK to 1990 and sit down to watch the wild second installment in the franchise, Predator 2. We all admit that it is not a particularly good movie, but it does have something going for it: it’s a ton of fun, and Danny Glover is fantastic. Strap on your Kevlar, don your pimp hat, and let’s hit the streets for some hot, sweaty, gang warfare with a predator tossed into the mix – LA style.
This is a preview for our monthly members only movie pick. Each month we hold a poll and our members vote on what movie they want discussed. The winner for August was Rear Window. This is a sneak peak at what is available if you decide to become a member of LSG Media. See the links below for more information.
Dean, Matthew, and Scott sit down to discuss the Hulu original, Prey. This flick seems to provoke a lot of emotional defense or decrying, and we can’t really figure out why. It’s a fairly competent, straight-to-streaming movie that doesn’t really emotionally move any of the hosts — for better or worse. It’s not an A movie, but it’s not an F movie either…
Dean, Matthew, and Scott sit down to discuss Mel Gibson’s film that centers on a Mayan tribe that finds itself brutally attacked by a rival tribe and the terrifying aftermath of what is left of the survivors. Don’t miss the bonus episode that is a companion to this episode called: A Layman’s Look at Mayan History on our member’s only feed.
This is a preview for our monthly members only movie pick. Each month we hold a poll and our members vote on what movie they want discussed. The winner for July was Snatch. This is a sneak peak at what is available if you decide to become a member of LSG Media. See the links below for more information.
Matthew and Dean dive into some WWII Nazi zombie action. The question asked repeatedly on this week’s episode is: “How come nobody is talking about this movie?” As action-horror goes, according to the lads, this movie should be watched and considered by more people who are fans of the genre, but is anything WWII related a bit overdone at this point? Is this movie just a collection of scenes stolen from better movies about WWII? Press play and help us decide.
People have evolved away from being able to feel pain. What does that mean for our morality, our future, and how will it affect our art? Cronenberg introduces us to the Sark, an autopsy machine now used for art, a breakfast chair designed to help you eat, and a cast of characters that can best be summarized as — hyper sexualized weirdos. Does Crimes do enough to tantalize us emotionally or is it largely spectacle? Are the ideas interesting enough to maintain our interest for the full runtime? Push play and go on a crazy futuristic romp with the plastic eaters, the organ growers, and some wacky art parties.
Dean, Scott, and Matt discuss the important parts of Escape like, what ear did you wear your earring in? Bad LSG Media episodes, and of course that outstanding atmosphere and characters of Carpenter’s vision of the gritty future.
This is a preview for our monthly members only movie pick. Each month we hold a poll and our members vote on what movie they want discussed. The winner for June was Once Upon a Time. This is a sneak peak at what is available if you decide to become a member of LSG Media. See the links below for more information.
Scott, Matthew, and Dean sit down to watch and discuss some slasher fun with the second installment of the Friday the 13th series. There are lots of bad jokes, trite observations, and general making fun of each other. All you’ve come to love and know.
If you think that the bear in this movie is making sweet, sweet love to Leo, you must have a dangerous, and likely illegal sex life.
Matthew and Dean have always wished that LSG Media was popular enough to rouse a listener’s passion enough to smash their ankles and keep them as prisoners.
Dean finally sits down to watch Bubba Ho-Tep and ponders the question: Is Bruce Campbell good enough to carry this strange flick?
If you primates don’t listen to this episode, you’ll have to face the business end of Ash’s boomstick, and if you’re really unlucky – his acerbic wit.
Sometimes you have to go for a jaunt through the Swedish countryside, dance around, attend strange outdoor feasts, and smash an old person’s face in with a battle hammer, after a tumble from a cliff doesn’t kill them.
Matthew’s love for Dead and Buried is apparent, but does this relative unknown from 1981 have the juice to keep Dean’s interest? It’s brutal, creepy, and odd – but is it good?
It’s a horror classic, and considered by many pundits to be one of the best horror flicks ever, but does the 60s style led itself to a modern audience? Remember: if you lay down with devils, you wake up with, Rosemary’s Baby…
It’s time to get into some hot, zombie action. We all know how Matthew feels about the zombie genre, but does he think Day of the Dead has what it takes to be listed as an all-timer?
It’s Tarantino’s love letter to spaghetti westerns and Bruce Lee. Follow along as we slice and dice our way through this bloody revenge flick.
Nick Cage gives into another risky role, but does this one pay off? Is the style of this flick something that you can tolerate? Is it too, ‘out there’ to be enjoyable and does the narrative make sense?
Dean takes exception to Matthew saying that we’ve “moved past” films like Heavy Metal, but does Matthew have a point…? Probably not, but you should tune in and listen to Dean and Matt battle it out over animated breasts.
The Alien and Predator franchises merge to give us something we all wanted as little boys – the battle between xenomorph and predator. Yes, the old PC game was amazing, but does this movie do the idea of this mash-up justice?
Sit down and join us as we discuss Re-Animator from 1985. If you are a Lovecraft fan, you will enjoy this dive into the macabre.