VIDEO STORE patrons, we have a new episode for you! We’re all over the place in Episode 88 discussing topics like Charlie Manson’s death, Mindhunter, and Stranger Things Season 2. Seth reviews the most disgusting movie EVER on the show Necromaniac: Schizophreniac 2 from 2003, and Roxy is disappointed with Jeepers Creepers 3 from 2017. That’s our show, hope you enjoy it and don’t forget to rewind those video tapes.
THE STORE IS OPEN! Welcome to Episode 85. HAIL SATAN! October is here and Seth and Roxy are happy, which is a rarity! We have some movie reviews like Lucio Fulci’s gore-fest TOUCH OF DEATH (1988), the obscure slasher flick SILENT MADNESS (1984), the weird sci-fi flick VICIOUS LIPS (1986), and another Steven King film adaptation with GERALD’S GAME (2017)! Also, part one of our annual October skit/storyline special, including demons, Satan, gimps, bad humor, portals to hell and semen covered VHS tapes! Music provided by Cory Sklar and Odd-o-matic.
The VIDEO Store is OPEN. Roxy and Seth discuss the reboot of IT (2017). We know it’s been talked about to death already, but we couldn’t ignore the release. And we have a good to say. Seth experiences the panic attack inducing MOTHER (2017) and still isn’t sure what it’s about. Roxy brings up Ghost Boxes and how you may be able to speak to Satan. Seth also reviews the obscure flick THE COURIER OF DEATH (1984). We have a new skit and some cool tunes from Asian Babes, Chaki and Apoc.
It’s time to ring in the new year with TVP, because, well, fuck 2014! On this episode Seth reviews the psycho slaughter spree in New Year’s Evil (1980), while Roxy discusses the rare chaotic comedy Get Crazy (1983). In addition to that we talk about; festive missing goats, sending actual shit in the mail, insane FBI wannabes, fun New Year facts, and a whole bunch of warm fuzzies to help you enter into 2015! Let’s have a good year everyone! BE KIND REWIND FUCKERS! Thanks to Cory Sklar of Illogical Contraption for all the dope music!
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