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Jason Douglas of The Walking Dead, Dragonball Z, and Preacher - Interview- Episode 209

The Cinema Psychos Show

Release Date: 04/12/2021

New Years Evil (1980) - Movie Review - Episode 230 show art New Years Evil (1980) - Movie Review - Episode 230

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Happy New Year Psychos Nation!  It's been a hell of a 2021 and we are hopeful that 2022 just sucks a little bit less than last year.  So to kick off 2022, we are celebrating by reviewing probably one of the only slasher films that tackle New Years Eve; 1980's New Years Evil.  A movie that manages to neither scare or entertain any audience, New Years Evil is the story of  Punk Rock/New Wave Elvira Wannabe "Blaze" who on her call in music show is terrorized by a caller by the name of "Evil" who threatens to murder women at the stroke of midnight in everytime zone leading up...

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Merry Christmas Psychos Nation!  Whether you are a grinch, a scrooge, or a card carrying member of the Jelly of the Month Club, From all of us to all of you, we wish you and your loved ones happy holidays.  As our present to all of you, this week we are tackling what might be the darkest christmas movie that just about every millenial loves.  Imagine if you will, a dead beat dad who catches a legally binding virus after accidentally killing Santa Claus throug his clothes that slowly morphs his body and mind of the course of an entire year into that of the man he killed.....Now...

Our Top Christmas Horror Movie Picks - 2021 Edition - Episode 228 show art Our Top Christmas Horror Movie Picks - 2021 Edition - Episode 228

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This week, John and Brian are ringing in the holidays with pure unadulterated TERROR!  We are breaking down our picks for yule tide horror currently streaming on your favorite platform.  Is this a cry for sponsorship to Shudder....maybe.  But either way, grab your favorite egg based beverage and snuggle up to your headphones as we provide you with our picks for the best Christmas Horror Movies out there today!   FROM THE CONCESSION STAND-  YOUTUBE SHOW!   We've got a brand new youtube show called "From The Concession Stand."  It is a biweekly look at all...

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This week, Brian and John travel to the year 10191 the the world of Dune.  Being that Denis Villeneuve's masterpiece was recently released on HBO Max and theaters to rave reviews and serving as a visual effects schmorgasborg, we thought that instead of do a review on that movie that we take a look at the bizarre and hard to understand 1984, David Lynch version that gave us such wonderful moments like Sting in a triangle cod piece, Sir Patrick Stewart discussing that moods are for "cattle and love play", and of course the wacky wacky wacky Harkonnens.  So, grab a little bit of the...

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This week, Brian and John are explorers in the further reaches of experience as we take a trip back to the year 1987 and review a film that serves as a perfect fit between this gap of time between Halloween and Thanksgiving; Clive Barker's Hellraiser.  A movie that is equal parts family drama (just like thanksgiving) and sadomascistic demons from beyond the grave.....see I told you it works for both holidays.  Hellraiser was a film that stuck out from the masked killers and dream demons from the 80's.  It presented something new, an intelligent monster that ultimately was not...

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What happens when nostalgia for a horror book series from the 90's collides with a streaming giant with an insatiable appetite for content....you get the 3 part extravaganza, FEAR STREET! As we come down from the halloween highs, Brian and Laine felt it was a good idea to take a deep look at this series that manages to on one hand bring a good amount of gore and decent characters to life, but at the same time anger and confuse Brian due to a lack of attention to detail or following the film's own rules. So strap into our time machine as we blow through the inner drama between Shadyside and...

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WARNING:  SPOILERS!!! Happy Halloween Everyone!  This week, Brian and John are bursting at the seams with the spooky season spirit and tackling a review of one of the most hotly anticipated movies to drop on theaters and streaming.......NO NOT DUNE!  We are of course talking about Halloween Kills (2021).  The sequel to the 2018 hit that served as more of a mouth wash to cleanse the pallete of the Rob Zombie stink.  Yet the question remained, where do you go from here?  Last we left Michael Myers, he was roasting in a firey death trap set by Laurie Strode and fam...

Spookies (1986) - Movie Review - Episode 224 show art Spookies (1986) - Movie Review - Episode 224

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This week, we are rolling out the perfect trick (or treat depending on how much you like this movie) with a trip back in time to the 80's.....we're not sure the year because the little gem of a movie we are reviewing may have been shot in  1984, 1985, and then released in 1986, 1987, and 1988.  The movie is the mutant mish mash that is SPOOKIES!  A movie you probably remember bits of pieces from during those late nights on TNT's Monster-Vision or USA's Up-All-Night from the 90's but never actually sat down to watch the whole film.  And why would this movie not be memorable?...

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This week, John and Brian are back with a breakdown of a indie horror film just in time for Spooky Season.  Friend of the show, Steve Rudzinski has dropped the sequel to his 2016 magnum killer unicorn opus with CarousHELL The 2nd.  We try to remain fairly spoiler free on this one but be warned there are a few plot points dropped in this review that may be spoilery.  CarousHELL The 2nd is one of the rare movies that we've come across that fostered a pretty decent back and forth conversation over what worked and what didn't work, the role of story in films that feature over the...

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This week, Brian and John break down the life and career of the king of the parody film.....No not the Zucker's and no not Naked Gun or Airplane.  We are instead talking about Mel Brooks.  A man who has helped shape comedy (and film history) with his fantastic wit in his ability to write and punch up scripts for TV, his parody films knocking everything from the western all the way to parodies of Dracula and Frankenstein, and funding and producing films that transcend cinema with credits for The Fly and The Elephant Man.  So join us for a "roll in the hay" as we break down the...

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This week, John sits down with Jason Douglas, a talented and multi-faceted actor both on screen and in your ears. He is an actor who has been on hit tv shows such as Tobin on "The Walking Dead" and Satan on "Preacher"; and in film playing roles like Mayor Kane in "Texas Cotton" and Al in "Cyst". Aside from his work on screen, Jason Douglas has an impressive list of roles as a voice actor for some of your favorite characters in anime and video games. He has gone on to play iconic roles such as Lord Beerus on Dragon Ball Super and Krieg in Borderlands. Jason gives a peek into his history of an actor, how he approaches voice acting and on camera acting, and personal stories from his many roles on hit tv shows and movies.


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