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Strong Women In Film - Episode 109

The Cinema Psychos Show

Release Date: 07/30/2018

Planes, Trains, and Automobiles - Movie Review - Episode 198 show art Planes, Trains, and Automobiles - Movie Review - Episode 198

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This week is Thanksgiving here in the US which means that it is time for us to pull out one of our Thanksgiving horror classics to review......hmmm aside from Thankskilling which we already did, there doesn't seem to be any left. Might as well turn to what everyone considers a classic Thanksgiving movie, The 1987 John Candy and Steve Martin road movie, "Planes, Trains, and Automobiles". A movie that broke John Hughes out of the box of making movies consisting of 80's yuppie teenagers and their problems, Planes, Trains, and Automobiles is the type of movie that serves up plenty of laughs (even...

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The Witches (1990) - Movie Review - Episode 197 show art The Witches (1990) - Movie Review - Episode 197

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This week, we are taking a look back at what might be one of the weirdest and most terrifying children's films that has probably led to the emotional scars for an entire generation of children.....no we aren't talking about Roald Dahl's Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory....we're talking about his 1990 follow up, The Witches! A movie that might just be Mr. Bean's only serious role and oh yea is 100% nightmare fuel. Dead parents...check. Horrifying witch practical makeup....double check. A plot that involves witches who murder children by turning them in mice.....triple check. Yup this movie...

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The Child's Play Film Series Retrospective- Episode 196 show art The Child's Play Film Series Retrospective- Episode 196

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This week, we are back after a little Halloween hiatus with a little retrospective just as we leave spooky season and march toward the mass consumer orgy that is Xmas with a tale of toys gone bad....well more like movies about a single toy gone bad. We are of course referring to academy award winning actor, Brad Dourif portrayal of the "all rubber" serial killer in a matching jumper, Chucky in The Child's Play Series. The series is a rollercoaster ride of camp, gore, and a bit of voodoo from the mind of Don Mancini. But how does this cavalcade of horrors from the cabbage patch doll from hell...

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Top 5 Comedic Horror Movies - Episode 195 show art Top 5 Comedic Horror Movies - Episode 195

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This week, just like mixing our peanut butter with our chocolate, we are doing a deep dive into our top 5 favorite Comedic Horror Movies! Comedic Horror movies might arguably be one of the hardest genres to try and crack with very few successes. This is primarily due to the fact that everyone has their own idea of what is scary and what is funny. But leave it to us to try and call out the very few gems that you should include during your halloween movie marathons. Special thanks to our friends of the show for their feedback: Chris Lemke, Thomas Shlitz, Marta from Marta on The Move, Holly_PGH,...

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The Wicker Man (2006) - Movie Review - Episode 194 show art The Wicker Man (2006) - Movie Review - Episode 194

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This week, in an effort to really deliver the scariest film reviews in honor of spooky season, we here at The Cinema Psychos Show are pulling out one of the big guns of terrible movies....no it's not another Neil Breen schlockfest. No folks, we are going into full "Cage" territory. Yes, the 2006 Nicholas Cage masterpiece of poop, The Wicker Man (BEEEEEES!!!) This movie checks all the marks for a bad movie: Nicholas Cage freak out- CHECK! Expository dialogue- CHECK! Ridiculous plot- CHECK! Over the top characters- CHECK! Bad writing- CHECK! So grab some Honey Mead and get ready to perform your...

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Alien 3 - Really That Awful? - Episode 193 show art Alien 3 - Really That Awful? - Episode 193

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This week, we are diving head first into spooky season by analyzing what arguably might be the lowest point of The Alien Franchise (not counting Resurrection, Alien Vs. Predator, Prometheus.....or Alien Covenant) and what might be the lowest point of David Fincher's career. We are of course talking about 1992's Alien 3. A movie that takes all the things you loved about Alien and Aliens and dumps it into a toilet bowl full of brown depressing poo. A movie that suffers from some of the most notorious cases of studio meddling combined with massive lack of direction that can be traced to the...

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Jeremy Morrison and Nick Gardner of The film CYST- Interview - Episode 192 show art Jeremy Morrison and Nick Gardner of The film CYST- Interview - Episode 192

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This week, we are getting another look at "CYST", the new horror film from our friends at Narrative Films with an exclusive interview with Co-Producer and Post Production Supervisor; Jeremy Morrison and the Director of Photography of the film, Nick Gardner. These two showcase their experiences working in the film industry as an editor, producer, and cinematographer for a number of productions including Rome: The Rise and Fall of an Empire and Live Free and Die Hard. They also detail how they got involved with CYST and some of the behind the scenes magic that goes into creating an independent...

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Battlefield Earth - Movie Review - Episode 191 show art Battlefield Earth - Movie Review - Episode 191

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This week, Brian and John are again running the show sans Laine, sparing her the horror of reviewing what arguably might be the biggest budget B movie of all time. A movie filled with an equal amount of hollywood intrigue, financial shinnanigins, and lawsuits.....and oh yea the movie is hot hot garbage. We are of course talking about the one and only (thank god) film about gold hungry aliens: Battlefield Earth. A favorite drinking game at every film school, Battlefield Earth was billed as "the next star wars" and "the next Schindler's List" but ended up being a weird flop filled with dutch...

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Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure - Movie Review - Episode 190 show art Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure - Movie Review - Episode 190

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This week, your most triumphant podcast dudes, Brian and John, undertake a most excellent and definitely non heinous review of one of our own guilty pleasure films. We are of course talking about the time travelling duo Bill & Ted and their first outing "Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure." A movie that finally is getting it's long awaited third sequel, "Bill & Ted Face The Music" and introduced us to such concepts as having a crush on your step mom who was a senior when you were a freshmen, So-crates, and the fact that once you've flunked out of summer school a time travelling phone...

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Steve Rudzinski & CarousHELL The 2nd - Episode 189 show art Steve Rudzinski & CarousHELL The 2nd - Episode 189

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This week, we have a very special guest. Friend of the show, filmmaker, and sometimes Spiderman; Steve Rudzinski, Director of "The Joker" of Killer Unicorn Films, CarousHELL, stops by to talk about his successes since we last had him on way back in 2016. Since then, CarousHELL has blown up and joined the ranks of such cult classics like Velocipastor and Tammy and The T-Rex. Now Steve is back with big news that he is trying to get the long awaited sequel to CarousHELL off the ground. Strap into this exclusive interview folks, this interview gives the audience a lot of insight into how working...

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This week is all about the ladies!  Laine takes the lead in educating John and Brian on what makes a strong female character in film and why Hollywood continually misses the mark when it comes to crafting these characters and how they can improve them.  We also discuss the news of Scarlett Johansson's exit from the film Rub and Tug. 

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