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Watch along with us the Clive Barker classic, Hellraiser!

Ding Ding! Richard and Gene talk about suffering through more WWE, the excellence of Wrestle Kingdom and Alexa Bliss, the scariness of Cesaro and more.

The Music Men examine a Broken Social Scene with their “Hug of Thunder”.


Chris, Richard, and Jeff (from Rage Select) take on this original found footage movie to wildly different results.

The Doom Patrol discuss some of their favorite criminally underseen 90’s horror films, this show featuring Nightwatch, Tales From the Crypt: Demon Knight, Fallen, Stir of Echoes, and Cemetery Man.


All the movie and tv news and trailer reviews you can handle…now in this very special episode featuring the return of Chris Herman, as the team know as Chris Squared do what they do so well. Check it out right here.


October Watch: If You Haven’t Seen ‘Noroi’ (2005), You’re Missing Out

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Preface: For the two years I lived with One of Us’s Adain Harr, I endlessly attempted to sit him down to watch Kôji Shiraishi’s Noroi (2005). Every time we searched for something to watch I professed the sheer terror of it’s near-two-hour runtime, but in turn my pleading formed into a running joke between everyone in the apartment. Our lease Continue Reading...
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Watch a Movie With Us: Hellraiser

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I was kinda shocked we hadn’t gotten around to this bloody classic yet for our WAMWU series. Clive Barker kicked off his directing career with this movie that introduced the world to the iconic monster Pinhead, and made me endlessly seek out moving replicas of that Lemarchand puzzle box. Probably best I haven’t actually gotten one yet, I suppose. Chris, Ian, Continue Reading...
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‘Killing Gunther’ Review

0 Submitted by on Mon, 16 October 2017, 18:59
Can we put a moratorium on mockumentaries for a while? This is Spinal Tap and The Rutles are classics and they helped jumpstart a genre. Although, with shows like The Office, Modern Family, and even the short run reboot of The Muppets, the style is oversaturated, to say the least. With that tiny rant out of the way allow me Continue Reading...
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Thumbtacks & Screwjobs Ep 16: Hell in a Handbasket

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Hush, hush, whisper your age, Shane McMahon is too old for this cage. Gene and Richard survive another two WWE PPVs, and then wonder exactly why they do this to themselves when so many wrestlers are avoiding the company like the plague. Plus, why the WWE is so scared of the Elite, the Instagram heard around the world, why Wrestle Continue Reading...
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Somebody Likes It Ep 114: Broken Social Scene – “Hug of Thunder”

0 Submitted by on Mon, 16 October 2017, 10:59
Let’s be honest: Hug Of Thunder, for all of its good intentions, kind of sounds like something made by Hasbro: perhaps a giant, fluffy, crime-fighting machine—the likes of which, for all we know, could actually be one of the members of Broken Social Scene, the Toronto-based and terribly talented music collective that burst on the scene with an iconoclastic by Continue Reading...
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Watch a Movie With Us: The Blair Witch Project

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It finally happened. Chris got talked into doing a commentary track for a movie everyone else seems to love but he’s always hated, the original Blair Witch Project. The upshot here is, schadenfreude fans should get a real kick out of watching him suffer as Richard declares the ‘genius’ of the film, Jeff (from Rage Select) tries bravely to keep them Continue Reading...
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Deliberations of Doom – Episode 15 – 90s Horror Part Two

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Horror is our business and business is good. But it sure was different back in the 1990s. We examine some more of our favorites from the decade only this time, The Doom Patrol ain’t exactly on the same page about all of them. Come on, you know you love to hear us squabble!          ...
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‘Darkland’ Review

0 Submitted by on Fri, 13 October 2017, 17:59
Darkland is a Danish crime thriller that was almost selected as the country’s foreign film entry into the Academy Awards. As the title would suggest, Darkland is a gloomy film, the lighting almost always low and the outside shots overcast. Dar Salim stars as Zaid, a second generation Iraqi immigrant to Denmark, and respected surgeon with a pregnant wife. Zaid’s Continue Reading...
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Geeks@Large Episode 29: Birth Runner 2017

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It’s Steven’s birthday and Neil & Taylor help him celebrate by discussing the new follow-up to a neo noir classic, Blade Runner 2049! Do the fellas think its a worthwhile sequel or is this movie better off lost like tears in rain?   Check out Geeks@Large on Twitter! Check out our movie commentaries at BandCamp!   Check out Taylor’s web comic, Continue Reading...
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Movie BS Ep 379: ‘Marshall,’ ‘Professor Marston and the Wonder Women,’ ‘Battle of the Sexes,’ ‘The Foreigner’

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0:00 – Hello, a behind-the-scenes story about the massage Jeff had to pay for 8:50 – Marshall review 22:10 – Professor Marston and the Wonder Women review 35:05 – Battle of the Sexes review 43:40 – The Foreigner review (Snider only) 49:40 – This week’s DVDs, plus we’re giving away copies of Planes, Trains and Automobiles on Blu-ray/DVD — two copies, one to Continue Reading...
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