From the Files of Schlock & Awe, join Matty Budrewicz and Dave Wain for Flesh Noir, their look into the criminally neglected world of the '90s direct-to-video Erotic Thriller.
Sex Lives of the Security Men: The NIGHT EYES Franchise
In the second episode of their DTV erotic thriller crusade, Matty and Dave don the requisite polyester rent-a-cop outfits, and pull a shift for NIGHT EYES security.
Featuring a spun-out spread of Stevens, a titillating twofer from Tweed and a ropey romp from Roberts.
A Fatally Attractive Foursome: The BODY CHEMISTRY Saga
In the premiere episode of their DTV erotic thriller exploration, Matty and Dave examine the form’s crowning achievement: the Roger Corman-produced BODY CHEMISTRY saga.
Featuring Pescia praise, Peterson plaudits, Adam Simon adoration, and Jim Wynorski worship!
Flesh Noir: An Introduction
From the Files of Schlock & Awe...
First, they did creature features. Now join your hosts Matty Budrewicz and Dave Wain as they dive into the criminally neglected world of the straight-to-video erotic thriller.”
A Nu Breed Of Predator: LARVA, MOSQUITO MAN, SHARKMAN & SNAKEMAN
The grand finale of Matty and Dave’s beast-lined odyssey is here! But don’t be sad: it’s less a teary goodbye, and more a perky ‘ta-ta for now’ as your hosts tussle with a mostly very good quartet of monstrous tomfoolery from an impressive, SyFy-backed partnership between Nu Image and Active Entertainment.
Featuring parasites and men of the mosquito, shark, and snake persuasion!
What a way to go!
That Fin You Do: The SHARK ATTACK Trilogy
Before all the mega ones and the ones with numerous heads there was...
The SHARK ATTACK Trilogy!
And without it, direct-to-video and made-for-cable creature features wouldn’t be the same. So get your armbands on and join Matty and Dave as they go for a swim with Nu Image’s iconic triptych.
On a Wing and a Scare: BATS & BATS: HUMAN HARVEST
After a brief lockdown hiatus, your hosts Matty Budrewicz and Dave Wain return with a look at the inadvertently topical BATS (1999) and its made-for-SyFy sequel, BATS: HUMAN HARVEST (2007). Warning: contains gushing enthusiasm, exasperated disappointment, and tongue-in-cheek paranoia.
Great fans of movies with added Monster Munch.
I've known Dave online for some time, and was always impressed by his b-movie knowledge. He and Matty both have a wealth of great information to provide listeners in this podcast covering creature features (first couple of episodes cover the Spiders, Crocodile, and Octopus movies). It helps that I am familiar with these films, and share an affection for them,