Join Bee and Ryan as they dive deep into the best and worst of their favorite genre: the slasher movie!
#69: TRICK (2019)
Put the knife down Michael, Trick is here! Bee & Ryan tackle 2019's Trick from director Patrick Lussier. This Halloween based slasher is non-stop violence with a high energy killer, elaborate setups & so much gory goodness. We dive into those kills & then put it up against the slasher blueprint to see how well this modern flick ranks!
Plus in our pop culture check-in, we discuss Color Out of Space, Love and Monsters & Countdown!
#68: NIGHT SCHOOL (1981)
This week Bee & Ryan are finally tackling the underlooked 80's slasher from Ken Hughes, Night School. It has everything you could want from a slasher, decapitations, nudity, a super cool ensemble for our killer, and a misogynistic & predatory professory to root against! In a year full of slashers, we see how this one ranks against the rest!
Plus in our pop-culture check-in, we talk Halloween movies, Beyond fest & more!
#67: PIECES (1982)
You've seen the poster hanging in your childhood video store, but have you seen the film? Ryan & Bee dive into the cult slasher, Pieces directed by Juan Piquer Simón. The co-eds of a Boston college campus are targeted by a mysterious killer who is creating a human jigsaw puzzle from their body parts.
Plus in their pop culture check-in they discuss Ryan's birthday, the films Scare Me, The Strings, the Bill & Ted movies, The Babysitter & its new sequel, and Bee recommends her most recent reads, Fear Street: Party Games & The Family Upstairs!
#66: FATAL GAMES (1984)
As a group of teens trains for the upcoming Olympics, an insane murderer begins to inventively pick them off. Bee & Ryan look into this low budget slasher, full of confusing plot lines and full frontal nudity to figure out just how well it stacks against other slashers.
Plus in our pop culture check-in we discuss the new twilight book Midnight Sun, Amazon Prime's Get Duked, 90's horror including Body Bags & Stir of Echoes, Dave Franco's directorial debut The Rental, and more!
#65: THE TEXAS CHAIN SAW MASSACRE (1974)
It's finally here, this week Bee & Ryan are tackling the iconic 1974 classic, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Directed by Tobe Hooper, this film changed the slasher genre forever. We go kill by kill to see how this film shaped the genre and where it ranks as a slasher.
Plus in our pop-culture check-in, we discuss Fantasia Fest, Nevada City Film Festival, the Netflix movie Work It, Wishmaster, erotic thrillers and more!
#64: CHERRY FALLS (2000)
Innocence has never been deadlier. This week Bee & Ryan are joined by Molly Henry to discuss 2000's Cherry Falls. This underrated Post-Scream slasher is both a twist on the genre and true to the formula. Listen to us dissect the kills one by one & say hymen more than we ever anticipated.
Plus in our pop-culture check-in we talk Ryan's move to LA, Bee's big job for Netflix, and a few movies we've managed to fit in.