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Wonder Woman - Movie Review - Episode 58

The Cinema Psychos Show

Release Date: 06/19/2017

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This week, John and Brian travel to Transylvania to visit the crypt of Count Dracula….well not quite, we actually visit 1995 and Dracula’s crypt is full of Leslie Nielsen Naked Gun Jokes, Peter McNichol eating flies, and of course…an enema.  We are talking about the horror parody from comedic master Mel Brooks, “Dracula Dead and Loving It.”  A movie that feels like a weird sibling to 1974’s Young Frankenstein; a parody of both the early 90’s classic horror monster revival ushered in by 1992’s Bram Stoker’s Dracula and a comedic homage to Hammer Films.  But...

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This week, Brian and John open the box and venture to the world of The Hellraiser Franchise.  Now while we will eventually get to Hulu's Hellraiser Remake, we felt it was necessary to look at the absolute worst moment in the franchise.  We are of course talking about 2011's Hellraiser Revelations.  This movie is on a whole other level of bad; and we aren't just saying that cause it features "Fat/Wish.com/Great Value Pinhead".  This movie was one in a series of copyright grabs by everyone's favorite creep, Harvey Weinstein and Dimension Films in an effort to retain the...

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Happy Halloween Psychos Nation! As this is dropping on All Hallows Eve, I wanted to give you all a very special treat.   John and I were lucky enough to attend The Eerie Horror Fest earlier in the month and we had the pleasure of talking with a number of celebrity guests.  This first one was one of the ones I was most interested in meeting.   John Adams and Tobey Poser are the husband and wife team, who along with their children, have truly shaken up the indie horror landscape with their terrifying film, "Hellbender" which holds a 97% one Rotten Tomatoes and has  In talking...

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It feels like forever since we released an episode PsychosNation!  But after a brief hiatus that saw us travel to be part of The Eerie Horror Fest, we are back with some amazing new episodes recorded inside the festival itself.  This week, we are venturing to the bowels of streaming hell as we take a look at the newest cinematic offering from Rob Zombie with "The Munsters".  A movie that as of late has hit a mixed bag of reviews with some finding charm in the bizarro color scheme, zany characters, and well....the fact it wasn't as terrible as Universal Studios's trailer...

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This week, Brian and John try to analyze the age old conflict between nerds.....Star Trek vs Star Wars.....I mean Practical FX vs CGI.  Yes a war that has been waged  on between cinephiles in the lobbies of movie theaters across the world since 1993.  But why do these techniques in creating the fantastical have to be polar opposites?  Why is there so much love for what arguably are less realistic and more expensive practical fx and so much vitrol and critique over computer generated visual effects?  Is there room in the big tent of filmmaking for both of these camps?...

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