A podcast about Creature Features! Rob and Dylan track the history of monster movies, from the birth of cinema to the present!
Dylan and Rob’s minds are wandering in the pandemic, but don’t be fooled- they have a lot to say about this movie. They talk an irresponsible amount about Frozen, Dylan gives his thoughts on the new Mulan reboot and the creatures discuss the found footage boom and how it affected this unique take on the werewolf movie.
Red Riding Hood (feat. Eponymous John)
This week the creatures are tussling their hair a bit, putting on their peasant clothes and trekking out into the wilderness with the teen rom-dram Red Riding Hood. They are joined by Rob’s friend and officiant Eponymous John to talk Twilight, horror royalty, bad movies, Battlestar Galactica, The Craft: Legacy and hot wolfy dudes.
Even a creature who is pure of heart and says their prayers by night may watch a remake of a previous film, and it might be alright. The creatures tread familiar ground and watch 2010 REMAKE of the classic The Wolf Man. This one is a lot darker- and they may even be able to see some of it. Rob continues their marathon of Disney Plus Halloween favorites and Dylan falls for the charm of Benicio. Awoo indeed.
Rob and Dylan watched this mid-2000s movie and confronted some demons along the way! They discuss The Haunted Mansion, Disney parks, Color Out Of Space, bad CGI, Wes Craven and the magic of Judy Greer. Dylan also does his Nicolas Cage impression, so that’s something!
Kibakichi (feat. Rocco Capotal)
The creatures are taking on their first Japanese movie of the podcast with the help of rapper/singer Rocco Capotal. This week they watch the samurai-werewolf-horror epic Kibakichi and talk way too much about Rob’s passion for Dune and Dylan’s for Showgirls. Also discussed is The Master of Disguise, a lot of Yojimbo, Zatoichi, the cult of British television, The Matrix… and… more Dune and Showgirls?
Dog Soldiers (feat. Noah Daub-Evans)
The creatures synchronize their watches and bound into the action/horror cult hit Dog Soldiers with the help of war movie devotee and king of obituaries Noah Daub-Evans. They discuss Neil Marshall, war films, Bill and Ted, scoring, toxic masculinity and a weird amount about Willem Defoe’s farts.