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Star Wars: The Last Jedi - Movie Review- Episode 84

The Cinema Psychos Show

Release Date: 01/08/2018

Showgirls (1995) - Movie Review- Episode 213 show art Showgirls (1995) - Movie Review- Episode 213

The Cinema Psychos Show

This week, Brian and John are packing our bags and hitchhiking to the city of dreams and riches....LAS VEGAS! As we review one of the most expensive exploitation/cinemax softcore pornos ever made, Showgirls from 1995. Showgirls has a bit of everything for every kind of audience. Do you want blatant nudity and violent pool belly button sex? Showgirls has got it. Do you crave a movie about a down on her luck girl who rises through the ranks of Vegas' entertainment industry to become the leading Showgirl of the Stardust? Showgirls has got that too! Just don't ask for 5 star acting and a cohesive...

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Hannibal (2001) - Movie Review - Episode 212 show art Hannibal (2001) - Movie Review - Episode 212

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This week John and Brian invite you for dinner (wink wink cannibalism) as we gather for a feast of one of the most divisive entries in the Hannibal Lecter Cinematic Universe (Sorry Hannibal the tv show, only movies on this podcast), Hannibal from 2001. A direct sequel to the oscar winning 1991 Jonathan Demme film, Silence of the Lambs; Hannibal continues the story of everyone's favorite flesh eater, Dr. Hannibal Lecter as he jet sets around italy avoiding assassins, sneaky italian detectives, and flesh eating swine courtesy of a creepy Gary Oldman. All the while he pines for his favorite FBI...

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Rosemary's Baby (1968) - Mother's Day Special - Episode 211 show art Rosemary's Baby (1968) - Mother's Day Special - Episode 211

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This week, we are saluting our mom's in honor of Mother's Day! We are joined this week by none other than the mother of our own little hell spawn, Jan Wooliscroft, mother of John Wooliscroft. Our guest's pick this week is the ultimate Mother's Day horror (aside from Mommie Dearest) the 1968 Roman Polanski (eww) classic, "Rosemary's Baby." A classic that showcases not only the horror of siring the spawn of Satan, but operates on a number of different narrative levels. Dealing with everything from the women's movement in the late 60's, the rise of consumerism against the backdrop of the hippie...

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Mortal Kombat (2021) - Movie Review - Episode 210 show art Mortal Kombat (2021) - Movie Review - Episode 210

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This week, Brian, and John test their might and reminisce about Friday nights in the 90's with square pizza, surge, cool ranch Doritos and of course MORTAL KOMBAT! We are diving headfirst out of Earthrealm and straight into the Netherrealm of HBO Max to review the newest reboot from Hollywood's Nostalgia Machine; MORTAL KOMBAT. A movie that literally just has to show up to be leaps and bounds better than Mortal Kombat: Annihilation (1998). But does this newest entry deliver the goods....and fatalities? Or does it suffer the same fate as other reboots of nostalgia (Ie. Total Recall, Power...

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

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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...

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Zack Snyder's Justice League (2021) - Movie Review - Episode 208 show art Zack Snyder's Justice League (2021) - Movie Review - Episode 208

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This week we have some earth shattering news about the future of the podcast to couple with our earth shattering review of Zack Snyder's Justice League. We felt this movie was so important to review that we bumped our review of Hannibal to next week. You hear that DC?! We pushed a conversation about Anthony Hopkins eating brains for you. So join us as we unpack this 4 hour long epic (and believe me the behind the scenes drama of this is an epic unto itself) that details the battle between our favorite DC heroes and new gods (or as we call them aliens) in Zack Snyder's Justice League. PATREON!...

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Leprechaun 2 (1994) - Movie Review - Episode 207 show art Leprechaun 2 (1994) - Movie Review - Episode 207

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Happy St. Patrick's Day to our Irish friends and fans and of course to those special fans who happen to "pretend" to be Irish every St. Paddy's Day. In honor of the holiday, we are cracking open the second entry into what arguably might be the last gasp of the slasher era. We're talking about 1994's Leprechaun 2. A movie that literally has nothing in common with the original, other than Warwick Davis carrying the entire film due to the absence of the real star of the original, Jennifer Aniston's old nose and high tops. So grab a pint of green beer and a slice of Shepherd's Pie as we break down...

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EXCLUSIVE: Behind The Scenes of Under ConTROLL- Featurette Review - Episode 206 show art EXCLUSIVE: Behind The Scenes of Under ConTROLL- Featurette Review - Episode 206

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This week, coming off of the heels of our review of Bloodsucka Jones vs. The Creeping Death, we have an exclusive folks. Exclusive in the fact that your favorite Cinema Psychos are the first in North America to review the the behind the scenes featurette on the making of the unofficial sequel to Troll 2, "Under ConTroll" (Aka Goblin 2/Trolls World). We reviewed Under ConTroll way back in Episode 151 and one of the things we wanted to know was a bit of the madness that goes into creating this wild ride of a film. This mini documentary provides insight into that by touching on everything from...

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Bloodsucka Jones vs. The Creeping Death - Indie Film Review - Episode 205 show art Bloodsucka Jones vs. The Creeping Death - Indie Film Review - Episode 205

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This week, after our review last week of the turducken of terrible that was Neil Breen's "Pass Thru" , we here at The Cinema Psychos Show needed a bit of a pallet cleanser. And wouldn't you know it, we got one in the form of the Justin Armaos' new release, "Bloodsucka Jones vs. The Creeping Death." A movie that serves as not only a comedic play off of blaxsploitation cinema but also zombie movies (which has our interest already peaked as we are all based in Pittsburgh: The Zombie Capital of the World). So join us this week as we take a look at the world of Bloodsucka Jones vs The Creeping...

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Pass Thru - The 4th Horseman of the Breenpocalypse - Episode 204 show art Pass Thru - The 4th Horseman of the Breenpocalypse - Episode 204

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This week, we are opening the 6th seal of terrible cinema and unleashing the 4th horseman of the Breenpocalypse with Neil Breen's "Pass Thru". A movie that some say isn't really a movie but more or less a collection of clips and drone footage from the raving of a sundrenched madman bent on solving the worlds problems by "cleansing" the world of bad people. So yea....It's a fun movie for the whole family....if that family is perhaps the Manson family. So grab your finest booze and strap yourselves in as we dive into the mind of Neil Breen with Pass Thru. PATREON! We've just launched our...

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SPOILERS AHEAD!!!!  Happy new year all!!! We are back after a little holiday hiatus and we are hitting the ground running with a review that we know you all have been waiting for.....STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI!!!!!  We've been itching to dive into one of the most divisive films in recent years.  Are the critics right in their opinion of a film that banks on originality and being very "non star wars"?  Or are the fans right to be angry about a film that delivers on none of the promises set up in The Force Awakens and revels in being very "non star wars"?  We'll find out today!!!