'Love, Simon,' 'The Strangers: Prey at Night,' 'Ninja 3: The Domination,' and more
Andrew Swafford and Lydia Creech, co-hosts of Zach's other podcast, Cinematary, join the episode to talk the state of horror and the recent release, Hereditary.
With the release of Hereditary, the runaway horror hit of 2018, we discuss the eerie film and what makes it such an effective and resonating entry in the horror canon. Then we head deep into the heart of Texas with the final film in our
Not long back, a movie was among the few sources of entertainments for many. Today though, it is a different story. With improvement in technology and a busy lifestyle, people have access to a good many other things except movies for entertainment. For instance you
Pajiba and SyFy writer Kayleigh Donaldson joins the podcast to discuss the recent news surrounding Kelly Marie Tran leaving Instagram due to months of harassment by Star Wars "fans" and how this has become a symptom of geek culture at large.
Lost in London is an autobiographical tale based on an embarrassing night Woody Harrelson spent in London in 2002, also his directorial debut.
Coming on the back of a string of flop movies like Now You See Me 2 Woody Harrelson reaches his breaking point and
Uproxx's Mike Ryan joins the podcast to discuss the utterly uninteresting nature of Solo and whether or not this will do anything to slow down the Star Wars train.
Oh, the horror! This week: 'Annihilation' and a trio of atrocious Italian cult classics 'Shocking Dark,' 'Zombie 3,' and 'Zombie 4'
Upgrade is destined to be a midnight showing classic.