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Matt Donato and Matt Monagle dig into the best forgotten films of the Rotten Tomatoes era. Art by Zach Henson, theme song by Morricone Youth.

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    • TV & Film
    • 5.0 • 16 Ratings

Matt Donato and Matt Monagle dig into the best forgotten films of the Rotten Tomatoes era. Art by Zach Henson, theme song by Morricone Youth.

    CF45: Eat Me w/ Jenn Adams

    CF45: Eat Me w/ Jenn Adams

    There are tough watches, there are tough f*****g watches, and then there is Eat Me. In 2018, Jacqueline Wright brought her controversial play to the big screen, and the result is a pseudo-rape revenge film unlike anything you've ever seen. Join the Matts and special guest Jenn Adams (@jennferatu) as they discuss the fine line between exploitation and catharsis - and why, if you can stick with a rough start, you might find Wright's film to be a love story you can get behind.

    • 1 hr 20 min
    CF44: Bag Boy Lover Boy w/ Dede Crimmins

    CF44: Bag Boy Lover Boy w/ Dede Crimmins

    New York City. Center of the universe. Times are s****y, but I'm pretty sure they can't get worse - unless, of course, you're the title character in Andres Torres's scuzzy horror-comedy Bag Boy Lover Boy. In this episode of Certified Forgotten, the Matts are joined by horror journalist Dede Crimmins to discuss their shared love of genre film festivals and how to handle the horror that makes us most uncomfortable.

    • 1 hr 15 min
    CF43: Wild Zero (w/ Harmony M. Colangelo)

    CF43: Wild Zero (w/ Harmony M. Colangelo)

    Is there a more emblematic midnighter than Tetsuro Takeuchi's Wild Zero? Join The Matts and guest Harmony M. Colangelo as they punch their ticket to a bonkers Japanese spectacle that features zombies, hot pants and greaser punk vibes provided by rockers Guitar Wolf. Don't forget: "Love has no borders, nationalities or genders!" It's time we all practice what Guitar Wolf preaches.

    • 1 hr 18 min
    CF42: BloodRayne 2: Deliverance (w/ Reyna Cervantes)

    CF42: BloodRayne 2: Deliverance (w/ Reyna Cervantes)

    What makes a horror video game different from a horror film? What does the future hold for cinematic video game adaptations? And how will history remember Uwe Boll? These are just a few of the questions The Matts tackle in this week's episode of Certified Forgotten. Here to guide the discussion is film and video game critic Reyna Cervantes, who comes ready to talk all things BloodRayne (and BloodRayne 2: Deliverance in particular).

    • 1 hr 12 min
    BONUS: The Siren (w/ April Wolfe & Katie Walsh)

    BONUS: The Siren (w/ April Wolfe & Katie Walsh)

    Missed your chance to listen to our podcast episode from the 2021 North Bend Film Festival? We've got you covered! Join the former hosts of the late, great Switchblade Sisters podcast - screenwriter April Wolfe and film critic Katie Walsh - as they discuss The Siren, Perry Blackshear's memorable 2019 horror film. We talk about folklore, filmmaking, and the all-important question: why aren't more horror films as horny as The Siren?

    • 1 hr 13 min
    CF41: Mutant Blast (w/ Amelia Emberwing)

    CF41: Mutant Blast (w/ Amelia Emberwing)

    In this long-overdue new episode of Certified Forgotten - and yes, we missed you too - the Matts are joined by WhatToWatch editor Amelia Emberwing to talk all things Troma and Fernando Alle's absurdist trash-sterpiece, Mutant Blast. Is this a Monagle movie or a Donato movie? You'll never guess the exciting reveal!

    • 1 hr 14 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

DoctorSamson ,

Awesome!

Matt and Matt have come up with a great way to bring unseen horror movies to the masses. Love the show and the site!

Tech-san ,

Great podcast!

If you want to hear people that are experts in their craft talk about why they are so excited about it, this is your podcast. I’m not a big genre person and I love this podcast.

MarzfromMars ,

Not a horror fan. Still love it.

Great entertainment and a bit of an education for those who aren’t versed in the horror genre. I’m a regular listener and I highly recommend!

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