loader from loading.io

Michael Moore - Filmmaker Retrospective - Episode 104

The Cinema Psychos Show

Release Date: 06/11/2018

CarousHELL The 2nd - Movie Review - Episode 223 show art CarousHELL The 2nd - Movie Review - Episode 223

The Cinema Psychos Show

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...

info_outline
Mel Brooks- Filmmaker Retrospective - Episode 222 show art Mel Brooks- Filmmaker Retrospective - Episode 222

The Cinema Psychos Show

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...

info_outline
Why We Love B Movies - Episode 221 show art Why We Love B Movies - Episode 221

The Cinema Psychos Show

This week, we are back after a brief hiatus dropping one of our most introspective episodes to date.  Most of us have a deep down love of terrible cinema.  It's the demented gremlin cousin of the part of you that laudes the best director or best film of the year.  Deep down, we all love to watch an awesomely bad film.  But did you ever take a step back and ask yourself why you love terrible cinema?  That's the question Brian and John attempt to answer today.  What is it that drives us to revel in the bizzarre and often illconcieved world of bad movies? FROM THE...

info_outline
Batman and Robin (1997): The Batman and Robin (1997): The "Wacky Deli" of Superhero Movies - Episode 220

The Cinema Psychos Show

This week's episode is 220 episodes in the making.  This week, we are closing out our long running review of the Tim Burton/Joel Schumacher Original Batman Series with 1997's Batman and Robin.  What is truly amazing about this cluster of neon, terrible acting, terrible story, puns, and camp galore is that this movie was the fear that fan boys had back in 1988 when Michael Keaton, at the time knkown for comedic roles, was cast.  A fear that Batman would return to the ridiculous and over the top parody as seen in the 1960's Adam West series.  This film is notable for being...

info_outline
Slaxx (2020)- Movie Review- From The Concession Stand - Episode 2 show art Slaxx (2020)- Movie Review- From The Concession Stand - Episode 2

The Cinema Psychos Show

This week, we are hanging out at the mall as we take a look at the darker side of fashion...and comedy in the 2020 Canadian dark comedy horror film, SLAXX.  Slaxx is a movie that we all discovered while surfing Shudder and boy oh boy is it a bloody good time but also forces Laine and Brian to relive their deepest darkest memories of working in Retail Hell.  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 your favorite content coming from the world of streaming...

info_outline
Space Jam: A New Legacy (2021) - Movie Review - Episode 219 show art Space Jam: A New Legacy (2021) - Movie Review - Episode 219

The Cinema Psychos Show

This week we are back after a brief break with an absolute first.  a new movie that will be inducted into the revered Pantheron of Utter S*#t!  The 90 minute long Warner Brothers Infomercial; Space Jam: A New Legacy.  A sequel to a movie that isn't as good as you remembered when you were 11 years old nor was it a sequel that we absolutely asked for.  Space Jam: A New Legacy features truly the apex of 'member berries  combined with by far some of the worst acting by not only Lebron James but also award winning actor and WAR MACHINE, Don Cheadle.  We really are...

info_outline
Black Widow (2021) - Movie Review - Episode 218 show art Black Widow (2021) - Movie Review - Episode 218

The Cinema Psychos Show

This week, Brian and John tackle Marvel Studios' first foreay into the quagmire that is the post-pandemic movie landscape with Black Widow.  A movie that was late due to a pandemic but also about 5 years too late due to the bone-headed belief that female-led superhero films would not sell in a sea of space gods, hulks, iron men, and super soldiers.  The result is a movie that tries to make up for lost time that originally saw a character reduced to the quintessential "sexy lamp" in Iron Man 2 and only over the course of 8 years finally get some character developement in Avengers...

info_outline
Loki & Marvel TV - From The Concession Stand - Bonus Episode 1 show art Loki & Marvel TV - From The Concession Stand - Bonus Episode 1

The Cinema Psychos Show

Disclaimer: We recorded this little commentary on Loki well before the finale. So there is a good chance that our predictions are incorrect....or are they? Welcome to the first episode of "FROM THE CONCESSION STAND!" A piece of bonus content from The Cinema Psychos Show that takes a look at all things streaming! This week, Brian and Laine are burdened with glorious purpose as we break down the current crop of marvel tv shows, especially the time travelling and Multiverse bending madhouse that is LOKI! PATREON! We've just launched our Patreon!  Our show will of course always be free to...

info_outline
Team America: World Police (2004) - Movie Review - Episode 217 show art Team America: World Police (2004) - Movie Review - Episode 217

The Cinema Psychos Show

This week, we are celebrating the 4th of July the only way we know how. By breaking down one of the biggest parodies of American imperialism, 2004's Team America: World Police. A movie from the minds of Trey Parker and Matt Stone, probably the only people in the world who could make a movie that offends literally everyone yet still holds up as a fantastic parody of not only post 9/11 hysteria but also a parody of over the top Jerry Bruckheimer films. Do we think this movie could be made now a days....probably not, but if you're winding down from your backyard bbq and want to watch something...

info_outline
Summer School (1987) - Movie Review - Episode 216 show art Summer School (1987) - Movie Review - Episode 216

The Cinema Psychos Show

This week, we are reliving our worst nightmares......high school. We are sticking around 1987 as we take a look at one of the rare teenage comedies from the era to actually not be completely gross out and full of adult jokes. We are of course talking about the 1987 blast from the past, Summer School. A movie that gave us Mark Harmon prior to joining the force of NCIS, Kirsty Alley before Cheers and Look Who's Talking, and Dean Cameron before Ski School. A movie that just might be more famous for a comedic scene of gross out gore than it is for having a music video featuring the voice of Tommy...

info_outline
 
More Episodes

On this week’s episode, we detail how you can win an awesome grand prize by entering our very first contest!  We also recap the tragic death of Anthony Bourdain and how it has reverberated through Hollywood.  Our feature this week is a recap of the career of Michael Moore.  A filmmaker who transformed the documentary genre while at the same time bringing to light big issues facing the country.  We get a bit political on this one but definitely a good conversation. 

Use the coupon code "psychosnation" and save 25% on our TeePublic Store! 

 Sign up for PSYCHOS NATION: Our Monthly Newsletter