In this week's episode, the gang wraps up their 2013 Halloween Spooktacular with the insanely stupid, live action ghost romp, Casper! How can this movie have so little rules set up for the ghosts? Was there ever a more annoying trio than these three obnoxious uncles? And how many of you were watching Hard Copy in the mid-90s? PLUS: Heckling Dan Aykroyd at a liquor warehouse.
Casper stars Bill Pullman, Christina Ricci, Cathy Moriarty and Malachi Pearson; directed by Brad Silberling.
In this week's episode, the gang heads back to one of the greatest places in human civilization, the mall in the 1980s, with the killer robot flick, Chopping Mall! Why would a mall spend this much money on a security system? Are folks really okay with that kind of furniture store party? And are there various tiers of janitors? Plus: Never put out your robotic college roommate.
Chopping Mall stars Kelli Maroney, Tony O'Dell, Russell Todd and Barbara Crampton; directed by Jim Wynorski.
In this week's episode, the gang goes back to the Stephen King well with the horror-less horror anthology, Cat's Eye! Where is Alan King getting the funding for this enterprise? Why is the cat seeing Drew Barrymore's ghost everywhere? And who on Earth needed that troll running around? Plus: Louie Anderson eats cat hot dogs.
Cat's Eye stars James Woods, Alan King, Robert Hays and Drew Barrymore; directed by Lewis Teague.
In this week's Spooktacular episode, the gang shakes hands with Jeff Fahey and his new arm in 1991's body horror thriller, Body Parts! How in the world does Jeff Fahey survive that car accident? How is Kim Delaney not suspicious of the phrase "arm transplant"? And is Brad Dourif really making a quarter-mil on those crappy paintings? Plus: The Jigsaw Killer, an O.G. feminist.
Body Parts stars Jeff Fahey, Kim Delaney, Brad Dourif, Lindsay Duncan and Zakes Mokae; directed by Eric Red.
In this week's episode, the gang kicks off their annual Halloween Spooktacular with a look back at the wretched meta-horror sequel, New Nightmare! Was Wes Craven dodging the spooky Tax Man with this flick? How creepy did that kid actor turn out? And is Heather Langenkamp really that close with the legendary John Saxon? Plus: "Timid Wes Craven" tries to call Johnny Depp.
New Nightmare stars Heather Langenkamp, Miko Hughes, Robert Englund, John Saxon and Wes Craven; directed by Wes Craven.